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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1917)
Ihe producers of motion pictures
winch re nientDers o the MatiumI
Association of the Motion Picture In
dustry, comprisinc the most important
companies engaged in the business,
have recently entered into a plan of
co-operation with a special committee
representing the board of Sunday
schools (in whose schools there are
over 4.000.000 pupils), through which
feature pictures, scenics, comedies and
short dramas are to be shown on Sat
urday afternoon and evening at the
Grace Methodist Episcopal church,
West One Hundred and Fourth street,
New York, of which Dr. Christian E.
Reisner is the pastor. The afternoon
programs are being made up for mis
cellaneous groups of children, abso
lutely non-sectarian and without dis
crimination, these audiences ranging
in attendance from 500 to 1,000 chil
dren. In the evening the program
comprise feature pictures ior the
family groups, the attendance averag
ing about 500.
President William A. Brady of the
national association stated that he
and his associates fully recognized the
great power and usefulness of motion
pictures, and'felt confident that the
high ideals of the men in the business
are convinced of the responsibility in
molding the lives and character of
the people in this country.
The report on the motion pictures
which are shown to these associations
will be the subject of published re
ports in the leading .educational
magaiincs, including the papers and
periodicals devoted to the church and
Dr. Reisner feels so much encour
aged by the spirit in which his work
is being met by the producers that he
is ready and willing to take up the
question seriously with the thousands
or ministers throughout the country
who he believes will accept this oppor
tunity to work out in a positive way
the solving of the motion picture
problem instead of clinging to the
idea of postponing this solution by
the negative means of indiscriminate
opposition and criticism.
Kmprum "Xlafila," tha nw Slpet r
loHse in which Clr Kimball Young achlv
dlitlnct triumph. anil which ! to be
nhown at tha Kmprwa theater for four days.
Martini today, li the atory of a young girl
unkindly thrust out Inta the world by an
overbearing and dictatorial father, how eh
works out her own aalvalion and In the end
wins to peace and happlneaa. As an offer
ing on the legitimate boards,, "Magda" ranks
almost as clawlc. Magda la a charming
and beautiful girl with a promising voice.
Her father, the old-world typo of domestic
tyrant, is approached by his minister who
wishes to marry the girl, but Magda brooks
her father's anger and rejects the good
man's advances. Her father gives her th
alternative of complying with his wishes or
eeklng a home elsewhere. Magda holding
to her rights, Is thrust out nt doors. Ten
years later a musical festival is planned for
the town and the service of the famous
prima dona. Magdelene Dall' Orto. are
secured. The diva, who Is mot by the gov.
ernor and showered with attentions, proves
to b none other than Mhr1.i. Her father
effects a reconciliation and Insists that she
corns home during her stay. It proves an
Son Today and Monday Gall Kane In
her latest success "A Game of Wits," In
which she Is oast as the daughter of a
peculating millionaire who Is tied up with
a market shark and at his mercy. The
hark wants to marry the girl, but he Is to
nd ahe la IS, so. the father objects. The
girl verheara the proposal, and over
exercises him with long walks, and at last
drives hlra to the extremity of running
away to escape he.' athletic demands. She
cornea out winner and makes him pay 1100..
000 Indemnity. A Christie comedy and-cur.
rent event weekly complete the program.
Tueaday and Wednesday, Emmy Wehlen ts
tarred In "The Outsider," a six-act Metro
wonderplay. This is a screen version of
the novel, "Nobody," by Louis Joseph Vance,
vIt Is promised to be the equal. If not the
leer, of anything the star haa yet done,
not even excepting "The Trail of a Shadow,"
which will be long remembered by this
theater's patrons. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Prow are In their latest comedy, also. Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, "The Itabes In
the Woods," a tremendous William Fox
picture presenting Francis Carpenter and
Virginia Lee Corbin, the famous child stars,
who appeared In "Jack and the Ucanstalk."
The story, while b-lng enacted mainly by
children, has a wonderful appeal tor grown
"folks as well. There will be a children's
matinee Saturday morning from 11 a. m.
to 1 p. m. tl special kiddle's prices.
Rtrmnj Two exceptionally pleasing as
well as picturesque pictures hold forth at
ha Strand this week. Sunday and Monday
Elsie Ferguson makes her Initial film debut
In "Barbary Sheep," from novel of same
by Robert Hlchens. Using as a back
ground Algeria, there's a romantic flavor to
this production from start to finish that Is
bound to keep every spectator 1 iterested.
while the settings are all that could be de
sired In the way of beauty and originality.
Tuesday to Saturday the second Oeraldine
Fa.rar production, "The Woman God For
an." Laid tn Mexico In the days of the
Aitecs. the production Is one of striking
spectacular beauty, while the supporting
csst includes Wallace Reld, Hobart Bos
wo th and other well known Lasky players.
The latest Mack Bennett comedy, "An In
terna Uoj' Sneak," will also be shown.
Mas An attractive program .as been
ar.-anged for this week. Today only Mrs.
vmon Castle in "The Mark of Cain," a
thrilling and mysterious detective story
dealing with the manner In which one man
Villa another and throws the blame upon
his rival. Antonio Moreno plays opposite
J'rs. f's'le. Monday and Tuesday William
8. Hart will be aeen in "The
Aryan," with Bessie Love as the leading
lady. The atory tella In an Interesting
manner of a hand of man-killers of whom
Bart Is tho leader, and how young In
nocent girl la captured and through her
purity raise tho leader to the level of a
man again. All receipts for "France In
Arms," to be shown Wednesday will be
given to the war relief fund. Thursday and
for tho balance of the week Clara Kimball
Young In "Magda." Her first offering on
the screen by her own company.
Grand A story that will hold the atten
tion throughout and prove splendid enter
tainment la "Broadway Arizona," which
s'.arsVJllve Thomas hero today. It tells
how a, cattle king from Arlxona falls In love
with Broadway favorite ani when she
(uses to marry him, kldnapa her and takes
her to his ranch. Many opportunities are
given for tho Injection of splendid comedy
momenta. Monday Is Roy Stewart, a new
screen "bad man," tn "The Pell Dodger."
Special attention fa called by tho manage
ment to the Friday attraction, which Is
"Rasputin Tho Black Monk." an all-star
cast of world players. Including Juno El
vtdgs, Montagus Love, Arthur Ashley and
others It tells of the downfall of tho Ro
manoffs and political Intrigue.
Hipp Great things reprom!cd of "The
Ragiredy Queen," starring Violet Mersereau.
which showsAre today and Monday. A
tittle Imaginative girl has been raised by a
craxy woman and told that her mother was
tho queen of Bohemia, and her father the
king of Finance and that she is .a princess
So this little girlie reigns over the street
urchins In raggedy majesty until the awful
truth dawns on her. Tuesday and Wednes
day Is Alice 'Joyce In "The Fettered Worn-
' Bills for the Current Week $iH fj - W vjfZ'J:; I
t:an." Thursday only will be William Rus- j
Noted Stars Who Will Be Seen on Screen
In Omaha Movie Theaters This Week
f;Ct z v V vv , J 'IV- - i
. tfi: ' k Wetex JS'::
QX ?J$1 Bromie Vernon
fa - $H;vv j i A rYoun$ t I
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Vufin teanonVustir, tenum K4t - " ) '!$GSW& Hvold Lock wood
sell In a picture that Is promised to please,
"Snsp Judgment." In which he again dis
plays his physical prowess. Friday and Sat
urday comes Urownle Vernon in ' Fear Not."
Apollo Evart Overton is the featured
player at this theater today in a Greater
Vltagraph, ottering "The Bottom of the
Well.' It Is a play of love ami Intrigue.
As a special added attraction will be the
first of tho new Mack Sennet t comedies on
the 1'aramount program, "The Pullman
llrlde.'" Monday Is Ilryant Washburn In
"Skinner's Ilahy.'' another light comedy, In
which the star duplicates his former suc
cesses. Tuesday and Wednesday comes Mrs,
Vernon Castle In "Tho Mark of Cain,'' with
Antonio Moreno as her loading man. Sat
urday la Alice Hrady in a timely nnd InV;
terestlng play, "The Maid of Hclglum."
Dundeei-There will he no show at this
theater today. .Monday comes Knld Henneit
in a last action story oi me race trara.
"They're Off." It Is said that some of the
most exciting race track scenes ever Mined
form the sensational parts of this photo
play. Tuesday will be little Jane anil
Katherlne Lee In tho first William Fox
feature, "Two I.lttl Imps" It abounds
with human Interest throughout and wli!
be thoroughly enjoyed by both young and
old. Saturday llessle Love in a comedy
drama, " Wee Lady Uetty."
Kohlff George Walsh tn "The Yankee
Way" will be the photoplay attraction here
today. It tells a breeay, cheerful story, in
which this athletic star jumps and smiles
his way to success, fighting for a princess,
whose throne is tottering. Monday Is Bessie
Love In "The Little Reformer," based on
the story, "Polly Ann." Tuesday and Wed
nesday Is Itlllle Burke In her Paramount de
but, "The Mysterious Miss Torry," a refresh
ing comedy drama that will keep the audi
ence In suspense until the final scenes.
Wednesday 'Margery Wilson In "Mountain
Pew." Friday Gladys Brorkwell In "The
Soul of Satan." Saturday Jack Ievercaux
In "Tho Grafters."
ldiu'.evard Pint In Farnum In the first
photoplay he lias been seen in for almost a
year, "Ourand of the Bad ljinds," will beO
the offering here today. It la a bright and
breesy story of ttho great outdoors, replete
with many comedy situations and telling of
the reformation of
bad man through his I
love for a pretty miss and Several cuto kid
dies. Monday Is Pearl White In a feature,
"Mayblossom." Tuesday. Gall Kane In 'A
Game of Wits." Wednesday. Jack Devereaux
and Anna Lehr In "The Grafters." Thursday
Ella Hall In "The Charmer." Friday Bessie
Love tn "Woe Lady Betty." Saturday Bes
sie Barrlscale In "The Snarl."
AlUnmbrn Porothy Palton In "The Ten of
Diamonds" will show here today. It Is a i
sequel to her famous "Flame of the Tukon."
and is laid In tho same wild settings of I
Alaska. It Is a picture that will be remem- :
bered as long as "The Flame," aud If I
patrona of this theater enjoyed that, they i
will certainly be disappointed if they miss
the sequel. Monday comes Harold Lock
wood and May Allison in 'The Promise."
The balance of tho week la made up ot
Subnrhan William Desmond Is the
fe-itured player at this theater today In a
Triangle play, "Flying Colors." It Is a
clever story of college life, and this athletic
and handsome star always shows to splen- i
did advantage In this kind of a role. No j
college story would be complete without its !
love affair. Monday and Tuesday comes i
A irguerite Clark in "Bab's Diary." It Is 1
one of those delightful sub-deb stories tn !
the Saturday Evening Post. 1
Hippodrome A story of more than pass
ing Interest is told In the William Fog play,
"Sister AValnst Sister," starring beautiful
Virginia Tearson. and forming the attrac
tion at this theater today. The story tells
of sisters born equal, but later In life fol
lowing decidedly different paths. Miss
Synopsis of Events, Covered in Hearst
Paths News, Released Today.
Toronto, Ont. The might of the British
tanks Is spectacular? demonstrated at
a rally for Canada's Victory loan for
Fort Hancock, X. J. Uncle Sam's hoys
take pride In their work and healthy
rivalry develops at camps for excellence in
the art ot wur.
San Antonio, Tex. "Paredevlls" is what
they call these Texas dispatch riders, who
will carry Uncle Sam's victory nota to
Genoa, Italy "HoM the Invading- Huns" Is
Italy's cheering message to Its army, for
the guns to drive them back will soon be
San Kmnclsco, Cl. Chinese offteew visiting
'the United Statea get a glimpse of this
country's growing army at a review In the
Chicago. 111. I-ashed by a 0-mile gale, the
waters of Lake Michigan raise havoc
along the coast cs they leap to record
Hnuoem Ivc. Attention ! Food Pirector
Hoover has prescribed a new "Liberty
' loaf." as part ot the economy program
- This is how to make It.
London, Eng. The anniversary of the great
Trafalgar battle is celebrated at Nelson
column as the news ot fresh victories is
IS II IB x PS?"
Pearson plays dual roles. A Luke comedy
also is on the bill. A special announcement
made for Saturday, "The Tanks at the
Battle of Ancre," which will he shown mat
inee and evening for the first time In the
city at popular prices. Monday, Harry
Carey In "Tho Secret -Man."
!,othrop Shirley Mason tn "The Apple
Tree Girl" will be at this theater today. It
I a pleasing and breery story that should
fl.id favor In the eyes ot this theater's
pa rons. Monday. Earle Williams In "The
Love Poctor." Thursday, Mary Plckford
In "The Little American." Saturday will
he little Jane and Katherlne Leo In "Two
Hamilton It is said that the best pic
ture Charles Ray has ever appeared in ts
"The Clodhopper." which shows at this
thsater today. It Is another of this "won
"f boy's" characterizations of the country
yap who goes to tho city and makes a suc
cess this time as the originator of a dance
that springs Into fame called "The Clod
hop." Monday. Sessuo Hayakawa In "Hash
linurl Togo." Wednesday, Mary Plckford In
'"rho Little American."
Empress Garden The I'.lackstone orches
tra, which Is still holding forth at this pop
ular amusement center, la nmklnir unnv
friends, and from present Indications will
remain for some lime to come. Tuesday
and Thursday, 'which are theatrical and
WILLIAM DESMOND, in
Monday and Tuesday x
MARGUERITE CLARK, in
SHIRLEY MASON, in
"THE APPLE TREE GIRL"
MARY PICKFORD, in
THE LITTLE AMERICAN'
VIRGINIA PEARSON, in
'SISTER AGAINST SISTER
WILLIAM S. HART
Tanks at Battle of Ancre
CHARLES RAY, in
MARY PICKFORD, in
"THE LITTLE AMERICAN"
"Civilization" ComeS to Boyd
For Week Beginning Dec. 9
The title is an irony; the purpose
indubitably is high. An emperor sends
his people to war. Of all his agents
the most powertul is a young otneer
who has invented a deadly submar
ine, and the emperor promised him
the Iron Cross if he can sink a pas
senger liner. This young officer
hears the message of the mothers of
men and sooner tlian torpedo a pas
senger vessel -he opens the valves
of his submarine and dies with it.
Into his body enters the spirit of
Jesus Christ and the man-clothed
spirit walks among mankind until
peace has been brought.
Certainly it is a sermon, hut it is
pictured in fire and blood. There is I
no escape from the utter drama. It j
rushes you on ana on breatniess ior
the sequel. Witness this great cinema
triumph at the Boyd theater for one
week commencing Sunday, Decem
amateur night, respectively, continue to he
most popular, while patrons are now re
serving their seats many days In advance.
Miss Alma Huntley will be held over again
this week, by request, and Is proving to be
ono of the most popular entertainers who
has worked here for many a day. A new
entertainer, Mr. Applcton, will be present
this week, and Is a basso of some little
reputation. A special Liberty dinner will
be served today.
OLIVE THOMAS, in
WALLACE REID, in
ALL STAR WORLD CAST
Rasputin The Black Monk
NO SHOW TODAY
Mon. ENID BENNETT, in
JANE & KATHERINE LEE
In Their First
"TWO LITTLE IMPS"
Open 11-11 TWy
Sunday and Monday
We are now on the verge of the
dawn of a new art the dance of the
Aztecs, says Theodore Kosloff,
premier dansetu-of the Imperial the
aters, Moscow and Pctrograd, who
appears with Geraldine ?arrar in
"The Woman God Forgot."
"It Will be a. case of "Goodby.J
Hawaiian; Hello, Aztec, to para
phrase a popular song. As prophet
of the new idea, KoslolT declares that
in a very short time the leadiiig danc
ers of this country will introduce
Aztec numbers as a much needed re
lief from the interminable sensuoui
melody of the Hawaiian. "Not that
the lattJ- art has lost any ot its
charm, but, we overdo a good tiling
in this country and soon grow tired
"The Aztecs," said Kosloff, "have
never been appreciated by the Amer
icans. They had a high civilization
when Cortez and his Spaniards came
upon them in Mexico to conquer the
nation. In fact, I believe the Aztec
civilization was as high as the
Egyptian, to which there is a remark
able resemblance. There is actually
more material to be used for dancing
in a study of the Aztec than in either
the Greek or the Egyptian.
"Of course, the Aztecs were semi
barbarous, as we learn from their
love for human sacrifice an element
of barbarity often found in savage
races. But comparing them with
other aborigines here, such as the
American Indians, they were far
ahead of anvtliine on this continent
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ana oniy uic intas m iciu iuiuijuicu
Kosloff has just finished a feature
picture with Geraldine E&rrar called
"The Woman God Forgot," which is
ased on the history ot the Aztec
people. In this screen Kosloff por
trayed a native prince. This led to a
stirdy of the ancient race and Kosloff
soon decided that here was to be
found the future dance.
S. Rankin Drew Learning
To Bean Air Fighter
Sidney Drew, co-star with "Mrs.
Drew in the famous Metro-Drew
comedies, recently received a letter
from his son, S. Rankin Drew, tell
ing of his progress in mastering avia
tion in France. Young Drew sailed
May 10 of this year and immediately
on reaching the other side he entered
the aviation training school of the
The course of training began in
the Bleriot class, which is the start
ing point for embryo aviators. He
passed all the tests in the first class
and recently completed his training
in the Caudron class. He is now in
the last class, known as the Nicuport.
The names of the classes in each case
are the names of the airplanes used
Spirals and somersaults are every
day occurrences in his routine train
ing. When he qualifies as a pilot, he
hopes to join one of the French es
quadrilles and fly over the Boche
trenches. The training school is at
Avord, France, under the auspices of
the French aviation corps.
1 "A GAME OF WITS" i
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY I
( EMMY WEHLEN in "THE OUTSIDER" J
1 FRANCIS CARPENTER and VIRGINIA LEE COBURN
I The Famous Kids of "JACK AND THE BEAN STALK"
"BABES IN THE WOODS"
5 Children's Mat. Saturday, 1 1 a. m. to 1 p. m. 5
MRS. VERNON CASTLE
with ANTONIO MORENO, in
"THE MARK OF CAIN"
Monday and Tuesday
. S. HART
Thurs., Fri., Sat. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "Magda"
"THE WOMAN GOD FORGOT"
"AN INTERNATIONAL SNEAK''
Mack Sennett Comedy
ABEL TALIAFERRO was fixing her
hair for a scene In her latest
Metro feature, "Draft I58." when
Haby Ivy Ward entered the
dressing room and asked permis
sion to fix her golden locks. The
siar Buve her threa hairpins, hut she only
used one. "My.'' said Miss Taliaferro,
"How do you manage with only one pin?"
"I'sn savin' on account of the war." re
plied linby Ivy. "I used to use three pins,
but now I use one and I borrow that."
Lltlla Jane Lee, recently dlseusslns the
purchase Bhe and her sister Katner.ne
made of Liberty Uonds, said: "I was born
in Hamburg. Germany, you know, and 1 -bet
that ,noy ,,'m t ma'd in Hamburg when
when they find out what we vo done.
Monroe Salisbury Is- soon to be sen again
In the first photoplay In which he became
veil known to screen followers, "The
Goose (ilrl," In which ha played the princ
to Marguerite Clark's rooso girl. He made
a most romantic, prlncu and the re-lssue
of tlvs Lasky f.-nlure Is bound to attract
considerable attention. He Is now a star,
though. In his own right, and is supported
instead of supporting. ,
Grace Ounard end her mother are turn
lnB out a number of knitted things these
'days for the boys, and Grace says she never
did so much garment work In her life be
fore. She is specializing on sweaters; the
caps and wristlets get done too quickly to
T. Tom.miolo (sounds more ll!;e tomato,
doesn't lt'.'h the Japanese, m-tor. who ap
pears as u butler In 'R"d, White and Hlue
lllood." a mining Metro play, with Francis
X. Dushman and Heverly Hayne. Is one of
the best known players from the "Land
of Ihe Rising Sun." lie has played in
I'atho serials. Mutual pictures and with the
Kdison company, and has supported Otis
Turner in "Kismet." Maxlne Elliott. Mrs.
FIsko and Robert Edeson in Broadway suc
cesses. The return of Marguerite Clark to the
speaking stage, as well as the engagement
of Norma Talmadgc and Anita Stewart, are
announced by Arthur Hammerstetn, to ap
pear tn a series of musical comedies, the
first to be early in February. -
; Dena t.iD al
thc Itnlboa studio, for the
purpose of helping Mr. Hoover. One day
members of the company were laughingly
discussing what they would give up for the
cause Anita King declared that she would
give up buying an airplane. Miss Saunders
said she would forego champagne for break
fast. (And If she was in Nebraska she would
forego It likewise for luncheon and din
ner.) Baby Gloria Joy looked up with
a bright eye and she lisped, "I will give
The entire traffic was blocked on s busy
street In a big city for William Desmond In
a Trinngle play, "A Sudden Gentleman."
And. besides all this, an innocent cop was
swindled. It all happened on Sixth ave
nue and Hfnadway In Los Angeles. Di
rector HefCron asked the crossing officer if
ha would hold up the, traffic for a few
moments while they showed Desmond he
rns hit by a flivver, and the cop, seeing
a chance to break Into the limelight, agreed
It was then he discovered that an actor was
made up as a Chicago patrolman for his
place and, worse yet, he held up traffic
while two or three shots were made.
The funeral ceremonies of Queen Lllluoka-
Today DOROTHY D ALTON, in
"THE TEN OF DIAMONDS"
Mon. HAROLD LOCKWOOD in
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- Columbia Theater f
" 10th and Hickory i
" Today Only
2 BIG VITAGRAPH FEATURE i
I "FOR FRANCE" I
SPECIAL MUSIC BV "
- JAZZ BAND
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"France in Arms"
Entire Receipts for the War
C "Pipe Orgotv
Tuesday to Saturday
lanl of Hawaii, who died recently, have been
filmed by the Paramount director who la
directing Setsue Hayakawa In a feature la
It wns one of those warm days at
Universal City that I.on Chaney entered ths
cafe for his 'ham and,' clad In heavy fun
and perspiring freely. "What's the matter'
,on?" called out a friend. 'Well," eaid
lAn, "The matter Is that I'm In Alaska
but I don't know it."
II. M. Thomas, manager of the Strand,
hates to walk. When he goes down to Six
teenth street he walks because It is down
hill. But when he comes back he takes a
car. He don't even want to walk from h.s
homo to the street car, no a few months
iiko he bought a Ford coupe. That was
nil right fur a -.hlle. but he had sit J
In It. . Now we see he has a Ford sedan.
Wc presume It is so he can have one 'inal
nap before he's left Strand-ed at Eight
eenth and Douglas.
Nazlmova. who has Just completed het
work In "Oad's Message," for Metro, exe
cuted an artistic Bacchanal dance tn the
Apache den scenes. J
William S. Hart has been Injured In th
maklrtir of his latest Artcraft production
"The Hloodhound." He smashed one of hi?
fingers and tore a hold In his arm In an
exciting situation, but Is expected to be
back on the Job In a few days. Wsnt to
be a movie actor?
Camoufla?i has It's drawbacks, especially
In food. Instructions had been given at
ono of Pathe's comedy foundries to use
imitation food, japler maclie being sug
gested. In :. recent comedy, so we are told,
the scenario called for a cook to drop a
pan of bread dough on tho head of a
tramp standing beneath a window. Every,
thing went along O. K. even to the drop
ping of the pan. When Mr. Pan hit Mr.
Tramp's head he took tho count. On In
vestigation It was found that the property
man had made the bread dough from Port
' Comedy companies are co-operating with
Mr. Hoover, and no tnoro pies will bf
thrown In faces and beards.
(ADMISSION 10 CENTS)
Today and Monday
"A RAGGEDY QUEEN'
Tuesday and Wednesday
THE FETTERED WOMAN'
No. 6 "THE RED ACE"
Friday and Saturday
28th and Leavenworth Sts.
Today at 2, 3:45, 5:30, 7:15 and 9
EVART OVERTON, in
"BOTTOM OF THE WELL"
"THE PULLMAN BRIDE"
Mack Sennett Comedy.
Monday BRYANT WASHBURN
in "SKINNER'S BABY"
Tuesday and Wednesday
MRS. VERNON CASTLE, in
"THE MARK OF CAIN" ..
Thursday ALMA HANLON
Friday THE WITCHING HOUR
Saturday ALICE BRADY, in
"THE MAID OF BELGIUM"
"The Yankee Way"
Tuesday and Wednesday
"The Soufof Satan"
33d and Leavenworth
in "Durandof the Bad Lands"
PEARL WHITE, in
. "MAY BLOSSOM"
GAIL KANE, in
"A GAME OF WITS"
Jack Devereaux, in
ELLA HALL, in x
BESSIE LOVE, in
WEE LADY BETTY
Bessie Barriscale, in
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