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Theaters

Longfellowv's Son Dies
Boston, Mass., Nov. 26.-Ernest
W17adsworth Longfellow, 76, artist and
last surviving son of the poet, Long-I
fellow, died here Thursday after t
protracted illness.

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Clara Kimball Young comes the
first three days of the week in "Charge
It." The star plays the role of a young
married woman who has succumbed
to the habit of that fatal phrase
"charge it." Her husband becomes so
busy trying to pay her bills that he
neglects her and she - goes elsewhere
for attention only to find that the other
man is decidedly democratic in his
affections.
Interpreted by an exceptionally tal-
ented cast, the picturizatin of "The
Concert," here Wednesday and Thurs-
day, is fully as entertaining as the
original performance of the famous
play in which Leo Ditrichstein starred
for several seasons. The story in-
volves a middle-aged music master
and an impressionable young wife who
decided to play at the game of "soul-
making."
Edward L o c k e' s psychological
drama, "The Case of Becky" which
has been adapted for the screen, of-
fers an unusual study of the working
of the sub-conscious mind. Constance
Binney portrays the role of a girl
over whom two famous hypnotists
wage a conflict of wills for the mast-
ery of her mind. The picture which is
shown Friday and Saturday is said to
be scientifically correct.
WVERTH
Will Rogers himself wrote the at-
tractive sub-tjitles i which appear in
his latest 'comedy "Doubling For
Romeo," the feature forethe first four
days of the week.. The reproduction of
Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet,"
with Mr. Rogers as Romeo is said to
be one of the .star's most humorous
portrayals. The story concerns the
endeavors of the hero to learn how to
make love after the fashion of Romeo
in order to win the girl who has in-
formed him that she will not marry a
man in whom there is no romance.
Tom Moore will be featured in
"From the Ground Up" the last three
days of the week. The plot is inter-
esting and full of good comedy and
on the whole the picture can be con-
sidered one of Mr. Moore's best com-
edy-dramas and well worth seeing.
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Whitney Theatre Nov.28
Monday Night
THE COMEDY SENSATION

Thrills, love, sentiment and drama
and the clever acting of Lila Lee and
Jack Holt all combine to make "After
The Show," William de Mille's most
recent picture, a production of highest
rank. The story is a fascinating one
which takes place in realms back-
stage. It involves an old stage door-
keeper and his paternal love for a
little chorus girl. The picture,'which
is the attraction for three days begin-
ning Sunday, shows a marked advance
in cinema production.
The story of "Beyond" in which
Ethel Clayton stars Wednesday and
Thursday deals with a problem that
has occasioned much speculation,
namely; "Can the dead communicate
with the living?" The star is sup-
ported by a noteworthy cast which
includes Charles Meredith and Spot-
tiswoode Aitken.
"Nobody" with Jewel Carmen in the
leading role will be featured Friday
and Saturday. The plot is highly en-
tertaining and the part played by Miss
Carmen calls for much versatality. An
ensemble of competent actors support
the star.

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THE STAGE
WHITNEY
On Monday, Nov. 28, at the Whitney
theater William Harris Jr. will pre-
sent "East is West" by Samuel Ship-
man, co-author of "Friendly Enemies"
and John B. Hymer, who has devoted
E his efforts mainly to screen plays. A
superior cast of metropolitan favorites
will be seen in its several roles. The
scenes are laid in China and San Fran-
cisco and offer splendid opportunities
for richness of stage production as
well as costumes. The comedy ele-
ment is said to dominate and this
should prove a welcome relief to
theatergoers who for some time have
been surfeited with serious dramas.
Farmers Offer Grain for Near East
Detroit, Nov. 26.-Michigan farmers
are responding generously to the ap-
peal of the Near East Relief commit-
te for grain, according to committee
officials here. Large amounts of grain
have been pledged by agriculturalists
in this state. "
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