Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(April 18, 1908)
New film subjects, p. 18
THE SHOW WORLD I 011, Write, Wire or Walk To Alamo Film Exchange Co. ! INOEpENLENT, FI*LMS FOR RENT We do not belong to the Crust and, therefore. do not charge exces- sive prices. Shipments arrive on time. We guarantee no repeaters ALAMO FILM EXCHANGE COMPANY 304=306 Conroy Bldg., SAN ANTONIO, TEX. NEW FILM SUBJECTS ;y :i . Fo n-,-t litlm subjt'i s r----- ntinti -s F 1 -rut-i..it shmit5 tpi-, Mc nin i b- y t th nin- rting pitur.... roid-atni-htt'r Miss" Fruit ti iiress. twitk inuifactuit's last wvi. SNiios's of and act stylish. Soon she is tranlstfitrmed the lettrrs are pi senlti iwith:itl int a stylish young lady with all the cil Puirsit of a Stilt. irttit Ilaziig.-The country girl ait htr room- tv-vi and futty fliml isSu- br S. Lubin inatu ore taken out in the dead of night and 'f hiladelhia is ettitled The 'rsuit of tade to take college secret society oath a Sui. The story is that 11r. mli..n uit s t efore a grinning skeleton. a id lite1 $S suit ott I igior, outsile of Itivals-Te 1ountly girl soti sIcomes hsStiin', It the reducedt prite oF $7.Su thle belle of the collvge anid tiu th a f- Two tough characters, needing tew suits, fetion of hiet rival's sieethat' it decide to pla' a trick on Mr. CbieI. Ote Stoleni Intrview.-Climbing out of sv'ond- of thein staIds in the place of the dummy story window with a sheet rope. The city iwtile the other catrris tie dumoyt away. gil its lIer lover. They quarrel and she Is accomlice follows shortly aftur writh decids to get even, ithti country girl ri-al hat which Ito stole front a farmet. Th Thi lnitation.-Totn receives and accepts farmer seeinig the ditaummy run awvay calls iniittttation to the basket-ball gamce. out Mr. antd Mrs. Cohen. The Basket-till tamt.-During the prog- tnd ttow starts one of the livliest and rss of the gaine, our heroine spratis iii futtiest chases ever seen it a uing plc ankle, but h-toically decides to fitnis the tu photograph. I t rame- in the imt-eantiite her city rival rotas Frei at last the two criminals are the girl's lockers and lays the blame upon cuIgit, they are strilptd of their clothes t coutry lass. 'The real thief is 11tally oln1 tttiirtt paper boar-S ate substitutted, artd i oeiiccc a" t I -plcltot h ole ty are then marched to jail. (Lengtt The Fire.-The college catches ire thoiugh Suit feet.) ilits carelesstres.i of thre disgraceil girl. co Girl Across the Way. t eare s i itrt is oliirce. dOr Ieroine, Aoiter comcdy subject of laugh-gaiin l caught ill the flaies and unable to escape, possibilities is The Girl Across tire Way. falls unconscious to the bed. Ain Irtist Ilirts with a girl across the The Rescuc.-All is excitetent. The girls street uing Iiis wite's absetnce. Thu youne come pouring out of the burning building. taciy is trigIy indignant. The artist's wite ()u country girl is missing. Tom to the coting along tIe street catches her lius- rescue. Into the building, through flatire band in theicI ac't ot tiroliig kisses. Enter- andl smtoke. Hie soon returns with his ing th1e 11Iiou site encouunters the maid, with swo-tltart in his arms. a gusting note addrvssed to the oung lady, Back to the Old Ioit.-The countty girl asing trie to -cone U-er.' Mauam is returOs a cultured toun ladl, but realizes stunid, btot resolves ott a Couse which "That homte hearits are bet afitvr all.'' \i\I gite hiubby enough anitusuetnt. (Length 1,000 feet.) hic cilts oIi tIet object of her husband's Selig Issues The Swashbuckler adiii tion arid givcs her the note. The *e gl rhas alrcady told her brother, who In- A splendid film of general intest is The tds to pay `it'. 1lint' wcell for his pre- SilasihbuckIvr, recently issued Fit the Sulig sunttio. After linitig that she has a lulyscope company. The finery and air- Ilutile ally il tire broliter anrd sister, the tilitity of the costuimtes and stage sttings iI dlvtumieics to confront 'Iubby" with add remarkably to this production. the gir, tit biother sees a chance tor sote The first is i tavern scene ihere several fun ais Iwell. t mit are at a table. SwN aslFbuckler enters' He suggestS that ttifey pot on a suit his friends join hinit in drilik. of his etilcs and wig and go wvith theim. Next sicti showv whee a villaiious Cap- Tiey itert th- aitist's house, the girl act- titt ot the Guard is beating a bit frl soure ig as if she Tias quite in the mood for a slight offentse loiiiitttti. 'Tito ,ls itiet Fctitis So roittaitie li Thto knoin~g Srvriurtvtlr ito be rc' that the otlhe tollcs tltik it abutci unt to sr ntulls oillinw c ...tis in c tei-ts hi I. call a halt. The lesio li1e rcc-eivs from Catain and suldiers follow. Sw-arsIbuclIe r iit I-ill prev t any more strange coni- and Captain argue re-tedly and a duel quests for some time . (Length 1i, ctet.) cnsuts in which Swashbucklr picroes t mas- Her Iirst Adventure. te sitlt tire siird ard Fills iis oiipoluiet. His Iticends dicperse thre soldiers, whort latcI Her First Adventure or Kidnapped with irturn and take Swashbuckler by surprise.' thi uid of a Stret Patio is a new Bill- 1Yith nially guls leveld at him, his sword gauht SitaujectI t sceione shotn at tire is of no further avail. uelitrig t this Biograph iii tyicat The subsi-uiti scee shois Sirat-bucI- tiw of chtildlent ,iowaltig about an Irtrtlaia lFr in prison, where the bot- cotes to tell organ1-gindcr. One little girl, more sus- liit Ie ti-ill take the bullets out of the ceptite tian the others, becoies so abso- so(liers' guns and save him from death, Iutely obessed writh the alluring chrmrits of at the intended execution. The buyv leaves tire mirociro tIhat sirs tollowrs it circuntai- and a monk, acc-ompanidt Fit guards, on- bulaitly fruint stand to stand until finaIllt tors the prison cel and reads the con- ste is unable to retrace her teps. Tire dlctm..nation. org an-girrcI and his bizarre-attilced wite The follotring picture ishowrs the boy out pretnd to sitI lr the tar, but ii1 reality' ill the prison court remoovings tit h bullets lead her furterI oil, and replacing tie guns where he fiound At the hoimre of the little otin her ab- then. The soldieis (ntile after their ritis settee is soon discovered, and agonizing and th lead Swinsh-huckler out to be inguish claws the hurttstrings of ma and shut. The aim atid fire at hint iith the pa. Happy thought! over, the babt tlank loads, he falls as though killed. friend aIri guardian, is put ott the sceut. 'Mtrmks (arrt' hit awcay ott a baiter for Ot and ail Ito goes, leading the pisuing d, r-ul. AftIr they ha e arrived It their Farty lthrouglh streets, laes and lields I until -iation, shsII-buckIsr ii, toiri iIntense Ie IIIitn y surprises the fugitives ill a lonely surprise arises and tates thI out of twood, whre tit hae atled Fr icticefresh li sht.a l Brig greatcly frighteneI 1t-) Meritst. 'lie titiitrcatit litictlirunaits ac willintgly attn] hutnc-cu- toniiii 'hfir utlec setzed by the pcilet, and the child is re- shows Swiash-buckler and the boy making stored to the arms of ete now ilicitous good their escaoe. paretts, wh ile Htover frisks about with par- donable egotism. This 1i11m is exceedingly Pathe ilims Worth While. beautiful inl incident arid pitographY. Late films issued lit Pathe Frures that (Length 575 feet.) should attract tie attention are The Avar- Caught by Wireless. icious FaIItier, The Iler and Sredish A thrcilling draiatti suiject, slowirg tie )ances. The syopsis of The Avaricious etlicaIcy of the Marcottigrrii, is Cauught Sy F~ather' is: 1iirles s, atress' loi l irccd arid col- Anold t:rian living ill asquailid room hoards trolled bt the American Mutoscope & Dio- awayi a fortune wihici he keeps under the gin copan. 'TlTe opeting sceics ate ittressi of ris tumblec ioIn oldi cTe lard in I~reland, thre first shoinrg thte int screnelitungyit to tre htotme itt his sort, I-iot' of tin Irish cobin, att wh ichn a dos- hosite trie is ill ii both tand irlioce etil- potic land agent calls to collect i-int. Find- dInit are crying for food. The son, lin de- ing the husband absent, oITcrs insult to the spiair, goes to his father to appeal for aid if-. Tlit timely arrital of tire liusbana in tIe faint hope that he might le able resl ts iln the thrashing of the agent. The to nid himt, but the old manl phads pov- agent swears engeance and returns later eity and turns his son from the tinor. After wtith tIwo policemen, to arrest the husband, he lIraes a burglar gets busy, and climbing but tie trio get a warmvir reception, and in O) to the roof of the building enters the the skirimlish tire husband escapes and 15 mtdietr's homle trou-it inidow. In a few advised later by a friciel to leave the coun- mrments Its Ief locates the htard and is ty, which lie does, after a tearful adieu sorn clintg back to the ranf. but his foot to his trife and children. He takes the slips and the thicf with his ooty goes First steamer to America. hurtling down to the stre t, wh-lere he Is The land agent prot-os himself at ui- d vshed to death ott the stone pas-emnt. conscionable vaili, who not only casts It noiw happens that the con cI omes alon isiic Iris faithful wite, but tiro years auter anti inds the troty tii a ipiol of F (ct. tF- 1Frtiittlizei his tithloter's sate turd le~s fltticll rt'cigitizi tile plrse lt-ittg oit fiil uniterclted on a liner bound for New ground ttd soon surmiesit all. Finti-' York. lie ioould 1c uie gid his -s- tat h tis fat is nt at ntioit he tarr crtpe hut for tire miercutiral ceolcritt of tite fir', tirtse, coutsti its conitets atti gtsi Mrcroti ccontrivancie, is-iit wisich thre ship a\\rr1ty. Maros pnies civ From Scot1and Yard, sion Niit the old mier cntr' Fis room and donr, a imessage for his app1rrehsi it s cI Is ( i (oirs that it has been rinsaked. Fran- flashc tto the sterrin N'c iteIlI is fit torn tin ill he fcels ot rhis ttiensir, Fuit t III ilashied to the Nt-t Yolki (urnitce hreadquarte-rs. tnttit lutes nit tilt( Ft. aund seeingr tthr Fortitoiusly, ot the sant boutt there are tutu ininldoi Fits its rirt uteiteuluim' as passengers, the wlife nt el rulinlic of tie lits ctsit inis it this ointl, rtu ter i )cottig It shiiin stir, Irr ntg sutcti- e ti it, ir'l i(rutinturiutt Fnu'texrilr-tlY "itr-ts 111"- gettiug Irimlnted uni tIne police force of ei sitr his gold. The old mtain Ieomtes jFt Ntem oul, lidi( sI-it for his dear ones to fil anr git's I1, young iniait sti-le hil. jtin hit. The villinit is re-cigized by the witCh the litt r neFettr tn witlh t shrtug: Futi wife ilile ott the ship, so of course his his father apparently thinks Fott r, and eapture is anl ecsy marittr wihen the boat pre'Snting flue entire amount to lin o r touchdIn tine iock ait New York, wihisre the te tin F i nticwi s is hayousl\i hupp)1)y reunited fauuilt hre th sttisfaction r-entl ru the s os wif Ind childrini otf ei th ivr sevutor run to earth. (L ngth, 410 feet.) Length 96 ftett- The Idler ' Funny Film. New Edison Subject- Tl- 1li v asslums tine proportions of a \ late Ildisoni stle t is - CountrY Girli's iumorus iujet Sinrt Life ainI lxperinc-s. The synt- The chief actor in this filtim is a vrc' opsis of scnes is: Iz fellto. - a1I nrises from his bed and The Old Falrm--, ucutr girl, leaving his witt' Iitlnish s fim Fltt -his room hlmIe for thu si-innit . tit'n rti rod-is to i.list li cle n 1 n t o Bitt ihe ni she bts- ((it: o ptl tfo ts ans ti e int s 0itit e t I i s tlittF FH ' ills iltihi tin 'rai. n e " Iti-ceittiuri Il . tnt itin ul Of thne iuiiittt9 thur' andlutu l ip j1tt 111 ittitt ittirt otnt b'u''tF nrittn the girls gotitbhi' Asignt- itne lie'd, F1nn dirt onn FInn- florurn' sisrpr i15'V iung thre girls to their resietie rooms. into a co.nr.I the chairs anld other furni- 't', i'ltrttcinir' 'T'het cott ryt gutrF met s t5 liii tire Ints pIiin of ilt ir' mutt ar'r'otc a i ch it-lle Fins B--itrites thn- Faus ilt rtti l Flu entirt 'l <oi glittlsef. nehln- stock rf tt olcegc oi account of her odd his shoes come ton1 him, slip on his feet: country clothes, his coat gets on, his tie ties itself, and tter old Iat whirls itself into position ott his .acnuiunt. But his trife enters, warkcs himl' tit and he fiuds that hue had oiyh been <linuting, the runi bting still in wsild dis- order. Shie finally dispatches hin to his ituiientrui sout, n1 ore agtin lie falls asleehi, Lus ootdi suing, cuttiung, Itltnnigt anu and th tools, of their oNn accord, run ove niurongur lithout hum1nnu aid. But againr Fhe bs ainoh cmed, onlyt finhtd his urk unl- Ione, stibt waiting. 'When his tiife next snds hitt marketing tue falls asleep near a post and the basket and utersils in it take a trip to a store, purchasing then- selvesi to full ealacit, return to this basket and shuttle back to the lamppost. But two drunkards happen along, and taking charge of the basket and its contents, go sagging ff sith good prospects for in feast. Tte ccift, t-anwile, becomes suspicious at the Incg ab)sence of her better ialf, and goes out in searhi of him. Soon she comes upon himu, asleep at the post, and a rough eceptioi followrs. Ike Shupe, better known as' "Scoit."* who for t-ars has been ont the GrIaI Iark Shois fin various capacities, went uudd'enl Iy insane in Camtern, Tex., last Iweek i1l 1,as plated under the care of the local authorities and overything possible dn "II foir' his wrelfare and comfort. Efforts to tin- his relatives were made by the Islirrms before leaving Canteni, but it wtas imtpossible to locate 111Itnn,. lie wrill he sent 1n the State .5sylumt at Austin. Shreveport, ,a., tiill have a number of ainuse5nut enterprises the coming year. 'flue Erlisch Bros will run vaudeville in the Grand. The Majestic mwill have a per- ianent stock organization and the Park theater will also have a stock company. In addition recent efforts were made to build ait airdome, but the fire laws were mvih as to prtvent its accomplishment. An undertaker in Texas was talking to one of his pall-beanrs at a burial which htd just occunlrrhd. The pall-tearer itas a tpical polite Southerner. "You are i good pall-boarr," said the undertaker. "I horit- su iIll oficiate nit that capacity fir ni." . -itl the greatest of pleasure," r' plied the polite pull-hearer. Arnold Wants toller Racers' Names. Al Flatil, wO has successfully handled om-of th l1.-ret roller race m tis in the country, and Frank B. Arnold, of tie Chu- cago Hollr Skate company, expect to hold roller race rneets throughout t1ne ountry. tint) tine anximus tnt hhi y ev Onuttiuni tutu lent sinntl seuni thneir ntamits alu addhrress to'Frnk Bi Nrnold, care the Chicago Hol- Ior Skaite conpany, 65 S. Canal street, Chi- cago, Ill. At the Folly, Chicago, Fast week Joe Bar- tutu anti brother, coniedy cychiets, swene the bit of the bill. INCREASE BAIGGAGE RATE. Artjio nt o itilroads will he costly hr IRal Shiow Mlurngers. ht,, run agreetm it ihin eth- railroils o -) iting west of Chicrgo, entered into a I est das ago, the alloNance for haggat for innnhers of th-atrial conpanis will In rnluct1d r trm. <. is50 to 1,00 piuids. For yi's it huas Fr nn th rule i to alow rn xita 10h pounlds lotr 'ach pirson in theatrical troups. It nas considered inaiiisthle owsing to thu' inw to enitinue this practice. T'1'his will s le a more serious blos to the- ti itr t ts 11auln mtht 1is sI. uppoe , at ii. 18 April 18, 1908, Irifyou alread are al Operator.learnhon to pass all examinations. Send for LIN- DALL'S HANDBOOK FOR OPERATORS Price,oF.0e C E.eLNDALL, rhHirbM,. Also forsile bs thy Socubhn bxthange,3I A, lautic St., Norfolk, \a., and theN. Y. Moti Picture Co, 10,8 Golden Gate Ave.. San Fran Cico.('ah. the extira 100 Pounds is a big itt with the showr ptohie. As the excess anount iras usually taken off the total additioait Iagrage, it still mean a big expenditu t the managers of amttuseient comipanr- MISSOURI. ST. JOSEPH, Ail 1I.-Tooti tlheter (W. I. Pili ley, nig h)-Lillian Russell, t; Field's Minstrels, 7; race G orge, t; L,,- man a Howre, 10-11, to good busins. Ltcum theater (C. 1. Philli, ugr.).- High Schootl Girls, 2-3-4, blui goodr: tIn( Clothes ia , -S: M us Ma iis, 9-11. I ric theater (J. H. Rent frow, tgr).- Itntfiow stock company continues to drawt good business. V Crstal theater (Fred Cosman, igr.) - l aud t ille continues to good busi ss. Fohiopls's theater (J. i. McQuigg, ugi.)- NithiINAM VANCE. T iola Allen to Try New Ihy (lit tut c ii t k ril iin 1It Gltraitd Oh- t-i-a huse, Chictago, itniol Allen inll pr- sent for the first time it Aricna a newt play entitld Illusions. It is a play uc some importance, being an adaptation if Henri Titrnstin's Le Hercal. B'rntein is the troirung Frenchman I ho i the author cf The Thief. the contsicuous success of tlw pr se-nt rrason in New York, wherit its be- incr played by Ktrle Bellev and Miigaret Illinton. The new play has just been placed in rehearsal by Miss tiltn, under thi direction of Hugh Ford. Ade's New Comedy. QG orge Ade's neest nus ioni m ned'y, which ie wrote for the rlcin n lub of I'uldue university, and wthich is id TI Fair Co-Ed, is to be staged bc h- -olley toys i Lafayetto onday d Tuesdai units, April 20 and 'I. G;o-, Timber lIns been dirc ting rehearsals, a i th pient ItI co'rsidered of sutlicient imupirtanice to warrant the attendance of Madiison Corey and William F. (.ti'n or thtitrwi al i atl ae-rs lThe music has been nritten 1, Mr, Ade's nephew, George Ade' D' l S is, and 1. H. .in'lskt, Pucueli grads. John Murdock Goes to New York. Tohtn 81urdock. general manager of the W\V!st'rn Vaud ville Managers' Aisuoiation, Ift Chkigeoc for Ntw York April 1S. Koster Signs wvith Cohan & Harris. Chas. ('Kid") Koster, the well known theatrical and circus agent, has signed with Cohan & Harris for next season. Mr. Koster i, at present resting at Columbus, O. Jonesboro, Ark., Theater Sold. The Motoue threnter, Jotestoboi Ark.. has F-eu-n purcchatsed Fcy Wt. 1i, Patck~ ndni Jesie Sinecair, utnder the firm natue of Appltuegates & Sinclair. 'Many improvements will be made in the house, Indianapolis Skating Rink Burns. The skating rink at White City, Indian- apolis. Inc., burned to the ground last week. 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