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The Garden City news. (Garden City, N.Y.) 1923-current, September 26, 1923, Image 7

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- GARDEN CITY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1923 Page Seven THEATRE NEWS Mr. McGee, a real esta t e operator 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ham- Mrs. ~ Abram Wyse has recently re- o£ New York, has purcha se d the mann have returned from Centerport turned from a visit of several months Rex Beach's story o-f\ the Klondike J Arthur Moore hou se on Kilburn and are back in their home on Ken- in Florida. gold rush, \The Spoilers,\ h as lo st Road. I s ington Road. ------------- none of it s glamor, none of its vivid~ Telephone 99 ness and none of its drama in the Mrs. C. S. Jones returned recently 1 Mrs. Gordon Murphy and her two years that have passed since it was from a ~\:it to Sha~ee, ~a., where ch ildr~n have closed their su~m?r it was first put upon the screen ten graphy. I their Brompton Road house. e s ea ea e years ago by Colonel Selig. The new version, produced by Je sse D. Hampton, with Lambert Hillver di~ recting, was shown la st night at the Hempstead theatre and it held the big audience completely in its grasp. The production is on a big ger and more spectacular scale than was the original as was to be expected, seeing WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Sept. 26 and 27 JACKIE COOGAN in \CIRCUS DAYS\ how rapid the progress and technique FRIDAY and SATURDAY of making pictures ha s been, and the · great fight staged between the hero and the villain surpasses that of a Sept. 28 and 29 decade ago. \The Spoilers\ is a true picture of life in the Klondike gold rush and the attempt of certain unprincipled SUNDAY adventurers to jump the claims of the early miners. Its story has a pe- culiar fascination over the mind s of red-blooded Americans. The pic- ~ ture is one of the best made in recent • years and there is no doubt that it MONDAY will repeat the big success of its first screen incarnation. ........ THOMAS MEIGHAN in \HOMEWARD BOUND\ ' 5 ACTS OF VAUDEVILLE \A CHAPTER IN HER , LIFE\ with AN ALL STAR CAST VAUDEVILLE '~THE BRASS BO,TILE\ with BARBARA LA MARR OPPORTUNITY CONTEST AT 9:00 P. M. Sept. 30 Oct. 1 The cast is certainly one of the most notable that has ever been seen in any one photoplay. It reads like a \Who's Who\ of the screen-Mil- TUESDAY, W7DNESDA Y and THURSDAY Oct. 2, 3 and 4 REX BEACH'S \THE SPOILERS\ with MILTON SILLS ton Sills, Barbara Bedford, Anna Q. · Nilsson, Noah Beery, Robert Edeson, Mitchell Lewis, Wall ace MacDonald, Ford Sterling, Robert McKim, Sam de Grasse, John Elliott, Louis Fazen- COMING, MONDAY, qcT. 8th, at 8:15 P. M. da, Kate Price, Rg.ckcliffe Fellowes, (;ordon Russell, Albert Roscoe, Tom McGuire and Ja ck Curtis. The fight between Milton Sill s , who is the Roy Glennister, and Noah Beery, impersonating the villainou s Alex McNamara, is without a doubt the greatest screen fight ever filmed. It is stated that it requir~d five days to film this fight scene. Both men are excellent fighters as well as ex- cellent actors and they really fought. Barbara Bedford and Anna Q. Nils· son share honors in feminine leaqs. It would be hard to improve upon the casting of the. acting of thi s pro- duction. The Literary Digest's article on Gov. McMasters of South Dakota, war on gasoline, disclosed the ,real reason for our local garages exten - sive new storage tanks. We hope they · win be stocked with that 16 c gasoline for our benefit. Mrs. Cyril Mar s h~ll enter~ained two tables of bridge la s t week. Mrs. Hall Mar s hall and Mr s . Kenneth Ward Smith won the prize s . Don Parker of Brixton Road ha s returned from a ten day s' trip to Chicago. He also attended the Na- tional Amateur Golf Tournament. SAN CARLO GRAND OPERA COMPANY I Presents T AMAKI 1\tliURA in \MADAME BUTIERFLY\ DIRECT FROM CENTURY THEATRE, NEW YORK CITY \ Admission - Or c he stra $2.20 to $3.30 Balcony, 75c to $1.10 SEATS NOW ON SALE • a a • • • . ' • ... . • • ' • • • SPORTING GOODS AND ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SMOKERS ARTICLES Complete Line of FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT Opposite Railroad Station HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. • , . . ....... -----~---------------~------ • NICHOLAS HERMANN FURNITURE AND BEDDING SIMMONS BEDS SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES I 131 Main Street • HEMPSTEAD, L. I. Telephone • 110 Hempstead • er • ' • • • • Constance and PJiylli s Kennedy have gone to South Bend, Indiana , to att e nd sc hoo-L • MINEOLA, L. t, N. Y . Mr s . Arthur Moore i s drivin g a new Durant seda n. Mrs. Charles Tavenner and her little so n are visiting Mrs. Arthur S. Vaughan. Mrs. Tavenner wa s for- merly Mi ss Martha Vaughan. I • • Yards at Mineola and Part ashington · \ • Mr s . William Holden s pen l s everal 1 ~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;-;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;-;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;.:;;---iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii--~~ day s in Cutchogue la s t week. ~ ' • I I • ' • • I •

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