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uld like you to stop in and hear these
SCOTT TO ATTEND
Oh! By Jingo!,-Medley Fox Trot'
Nobody But You-Medley Fox Trot
Oriental Stars-One Step
All Star Trio
Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
I Think I'll Get Wed in the Summer Sir Harry Lauder
Good-Bye, Sweet Day Merle Alcock
The Meeting of the Waters Merle Alcocl?
Who'll Take the Place of Mary? Crescent Trio
Marion (You'll Soon Be Magryin' Me)
Rachel Grant and Billy Murray
The Moon Shines on the Moonshine Sidney Phillips
So Long! Oo-Long (How Long You Gonna Be Gone?)
The Toils are Pitch'd Laura Littlefield
(From "Lady of the Lake")
They Bid Me Sleep
(From "Lady of the Lake")
Samson and Delilah S'apre per te il mio cor Gabriella Besanzoni
(My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice)
Greatest Miracle of All Sophie Braslau
a Largo (From "Xerxes") (Handel) Enrico Caruso
Berceuse (Chopin) Piano . Alfred Corto t
Scotch Pastorale Violin Mischa Elman
Les Filles de Cadix (The Maids of Cadiz) Amelita Galli-Curci
Boheme-Racconto di Rodolfo Orville Harrold
Girl of the Gglden West-Ch'ella mi creda Edwvard Johnson
(That She May Believe Me)
The Barefoot Trail John McCormaclk
Espana Rapsodie Philadelphia Orchestra
Rigoletto-Monologo, "Pan siamo" (We are Equal)
Prof. F. N. Scott, head of' the Rhet-
orie department, who sailed recently
for Europe, has landed in England,
where he will attend a Conference in
the Problems of English at London,
which is attracting delegates from
the chief universities in the Unite
Thedelegates, among them Profes-
sor Scott, representing the University,
will consider-important problems: the
aims and methods of Epglish instruc-
tion, the means of promoting research
and the publicity of this work, the
l bringing together of a closer relation-
Iship between teachers, and. considera-
tions of qualitiesfor the new Ph.D.
The sessions are being held at the
University of London July 6 and the
two following days. Professor Scott,
who is accompanied by his family, will
return about August 15.
AT THE ARCADE
Claire Whitney in "Mothers of Men"
will be presented at the Arcade today
for the last time. It was produced
by Edward Jose, whose work as a pro-
ducer is known throughout the coun-
try. In "Mothers of Men" he has
achieved not only a production beauti-
ful but one in which is found the per-
fect recording of every human emo-
Tomorrow and Saturday the Arcade
I Vill offer Marjorie Rambeau in "The
f Fortune Teller." Miss Rambeau made
a hit on the stage in this same *o-
Cuction. The picture was directed by
Albert Capellani, one of the leading
e irectors of the motion picture world.
Miss- Rambeau plays the part of the
young and beautiful wife of Horatio
Browfing, scientist, and 'believes in
the superstition that cards reveal the
future. Her jealous husband, occu-
pied with, his scientific researches,
' scoffs at her only pastime,. but Renee:
braves his displeasurstbyreading the
cards whenever the opportunity offers.
H ow the ace of spades foretells a.
sudden change in the home of the
scientist, and the effect it has on his
beautiful young wife, is dramatically
foretold in this feature. Miss Ram-
l-eau is supported by Frederick Bur-
ton, Raymond McKee, Virginia Lee and
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STATE AND LIBERTY STREETS
EAM IHOME MADE CANDIES
"U. S. NEEDS BET'TER
ROADS," BL ANCHARD
Hope that highway officials of the
United States would see the great need-
for better and greater highways was
expressed by Prof. A. H. Blanchard 'in
his illustrated lecture yesterday after-
noon on "The Trinity of Transpprta-
Slides, showing the necessity of good
roads as a means of greater efficiency
in highway transportation were thrown
on the screen. "If motor transporta-
tion in America is to ulfill ,ts destina-
tion, then this country musthave serv-
iceable highways 365 days in the year,"
declared Professor Blanchard.
AT THE MAJESTIC
at the Majestic is the last
of Dorothy Dalton's latest
"His Wife's\ Friend."
Maurice Tourneur, having produced
for the screen Joseph Conrad's novel,
'Victory," has completed the picture,
and it is being shown Friday and Sat-
urday at the Majtstic. The leading'
role, that of Alex Heyst, a cynic and
condemner of life in the first reels, is
taken by Jack Holt, and he is ably
,supported by Seena Owen, who plays
Alma, a dancing girl.
A powerful drama is unfolded in
this picture, which is laid in the South
Sea islands. By befriending people
,who are either in danger or in des-
perate straits, Heyst, who had' been
taught 'by- his father merely to look
on life, soon learns of the real nature
of men and women, and at the end of
the production he is shown as a true
man, friendly to all.
LAST TIMES TODAY
"MOTHERS OF MEN"
STAR COMEDY "CAUGHT IN THE END" -- BRAY PICTOGRAP
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