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ATHENS BANNER, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1921.
“The MASTER MIND”
A Dramatic Conflict Between A Man’s Will And
A Woman's Desire
And A Comedy £xtra
_- Mr. and Mrs.
t CARTER DeHAVEN
L T in That Funny Farce j "
T? “TWIN BEDS”
»! ! “THE PURPLE RIDERS”
DeHavens in Twin
Beds Elite Today
Thf* picture, “Twin Beds,” whlc-’i
Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven bring to
the Elite today is a transfer to th *
screen jnf one of the most popular and
successful farce comedies that th'*
stage has produced. It comes as th *
first of.these favorites’ production in
affiliation with Associate First Na
The original plot of this ever en
joyable piece has been closely fol
lowed In making the .picture, and as
it is said to he one of the costliest
plays over purchased for picture use.
a groat deal of expense has been in
curred in making the production ade
quate. It is reported to he a feature
of exceptional merit from all angler,
of presentation. A glance at the car.t
of characters in sufficient to convince
followers of pictures that this is r
well-nigh all-star attraction. Besides
Mr. and Mrs. DeHaven there are in
the cast such luminaries as Willlanv
Desmond, himself a popular star, He!
en Raymond, who created the role of
Signora Monti in the original Lon
don production of the play, Katherine
Lewis and Lottie Williams.
The picture is said to fulfill all the
prophecies made concerning It, and
with these two popular favorites,
supported by so competent a group dt
players, it bids fair to afford unusual
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Unusual Picture for
the Palace Program
There Is a veritable screen triumph
at the Palace theater today which is
that quite unusual attraction Is Mo
nel Barrymore, in "The Master Mind,"
a photodramntlc production which far
excels nine out of every ten pictures
shown. In fact, it can he called super
extraordinary without straining .the
truth:!* the least. Never befotVhas
Mr. Barrymore been seen In any role
to such distinct advantage and he
Elves |a character interpretation,
which Impresses Itself Indellby upon
every mind. The play which has beer
provided for him in many ways mas
terly in conjunction and the manner
in which it lias been arranged to main
tain an unbroken suspense from begin-
nine to end offers further proof that
the men who are preparing the screen
material of today are making rapid
stridet- towards the goal of real litera
ture or the-sort which appeals to all
without offending the Intellect of any
The supporting cast with which
-Mr. Whitman Bennett -has surround
ed his distinguished star Is worthy of
a paragraph, too. Gypsy O’Brien, In
the leading feminine part, excites ad
miration and she builds up her char
acter in such u way os to'have the
whole sympathy throughout. Ralph
Kellard, as the marked district attor
ney upon whom the "master mind"
seeks to heap his vengeance. Is most
convincing and gives a performance
-which marks him as a finished artist.
Bradley iBarker, Charles Brandt. Marie
Shotwcll, Bernard Randall and Charles
Edwards Ifl the lesser roles are all
happily cast. The direction is ex-el
lent, wradlt for- thin bdlng- due Ken
neth Wc bb. The photography is some
thing of a revelation In the possibili
ties of the screen. Also a comedy.
GOOD MORNING, nothing taates
good? Digestion out of order, A. L. K.
tablet, will correct the digestion, get
a few at the druggists'.—Adv.
Rnltlmorc. Md„ May 16.—Broom
| spun won the 340,(100 sweepstakes at
j Pimlico this afternoon; Polly Ann,
| second, and Jog third. Time, minute.
! fifty four and one-llfth seconds.
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W, J. GARDNER
AT THE ELITE TODAY.
When you feel nervous, tired, irritable;
when you’re it! with any disease caused by
disordered nerves, don’t give up Jintil you try
Send in Your Names.
The committee of Odd Fellows on
entertainment of the Grand Lodge ot
Odd Fellows, which meets In this city
next month, request all hotels, board
lng houses and citizens to phone or
mail to Harold T. Tuck, phone 1403-W.
the number of dolc^atos they can ac
commodate, rates for board and room
and rooms without board. It Is de
drod that tbi. Information be lu
hands of the committee as early as
possible. Parties desiring to take
delegates will please let It be known
nt once. THE COMMITTEE.
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.LIONEL BARRYMORE IN "THE MASTER MIND" AT THE PALACE TODAY.
Report to Mfrs.
Says Opqn Shop ;
Move Is Gaining
(By Associated Press)
New York, May 16.—Gratlffcatlon at
the spread of tfio open shop movemeht
was expressed fn the committee re
port read today at the opening of the
annual convention of the National As
soclatlon of Manufacturers. The as
sdclation Is actively eupportlng the
open shop which’ now exists In two
hundred and fifty cities, the report
said, and added "the public lias real
ized that the demand, of closed-shop
labor cannot. In the Interests of the
public itself, be wisely acceded to br
employer^ of the country."
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Mt. Vernon Lodge. No. 22. F. J A.
meets In regular' communication
second Tlmr-dny night In each month
at K. ot P. Hall. Washington street.
H. 0. STc RY, W. M.
JNO. QUINN. Sec.
Oliver Encampment. No. 14. I. O. O
F., meets every Friday night at 8 p.
m. In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Col.
lege nnd Clayton streets. Visiting
Patriarchs always welcome.
R. L. BRAMBLET, C. P.
HAROLD T. TUCK. Scribe.
8L Elmo Lodge, K. of P.—BL Elmo
Lodge, No. 40. Knights of Pythias
meets every Monday night at f
o'clock at Ita CVaatl* Hall In the Jes
ter building. Clayton afreet. Pbon>
126-L. Visiting Knlghta cordially fn
'Ited to attend
S. B WILKINS. C. C.
P. H NICKERSON. K. of IL A H.
Williams Lodge. No. ir,. I. O. O. F..
•nepts every Monday night In Odd Fel-
'OW8* Hall, Lipscomb building, corner
‘‘Allege and Clayton streets. All
irethren are Invited to attend.
A. L. HOWLAND. N. O
H. D. STEPHENS. R. S.
Classic City Camp. No. 292. W. O.
V.. meets every Wednesday night nt
1:30 o'clock. Lipscomb building, cor-
■er College and Clayton streets. All
‘laltlng Sovereigns are welcome to at-
J. P. McCALL, C. C.
c. j. Williamson, cierk.
Clarke Rehekah Lodge. No. 2*. I. O
1. F., meets every Tuesday night.
•Ipscomb building, corner College and
'layton streets. In Odd Fellows* Hall.
-All Rebekahs ere cordially Invited.
Mns. H. C. BISHOP. N. O.
MBS. a M. ELLIOTT, Sac.
The■> Athens Savings
has been designated as the depository ol the
Have you handed in your Dollar yet? The need is urgent;
the cause is one of die most laudable that you have ever
hud the opportunity of furthering. ^
• Let’s sustain this institution; it has long been a source
of great pride to our City, and its value to Athens and the
State at large is beyond question.
M. Stern, M. G. Michael, G. A.Mell, W. F. Bradshaw, Sidney,
Boley, Aaron Cohen, J. A. Hunnicutt, J. A. Hunnicutt, Jr., L. F.
^Edwards, T. S. Mell, Deupree Hunnicutt, Frank A. Lipscomb,
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