The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, March 06, 1916, Page PAGE 3, Image 3
3!0DT. MARCH 6, 1916 PLATTSMOTJTH SEMI-TVEEFILY JOURNAL. PAGE 3. PLATTSIMIOUYIH to) T Hi reattestt EetertalirraieeiL of the Worid. G e WILL BE AT in it 11 FOUR TIMES L 8:15 La. IMIAKIH 8:15 2:15 and 8:15 fth and H 4h ukaik Same Company Which Played Brandies Theatre, Omaha, for Six Weeks The Wo&idPs GDgMesft Sipeetsaclle Sim Dfts EimoireS sD. W- GRDFFDTH'S: Why you should see "The Birthof a Nation 99 CS "It is a brilliant, vivid, stiring master- D 1. U rvupci l iiugcs. piece. 1. .1 . 1 m. 1 11 lanes me wnoie couniry uy siurm. Booth Tarkington. y In the short space of three hours the audience sees, hears and feels a period fifteen years." Rev. Father John Talbot Smith. "I know it is true, because I have lived through the actual realities." Rev. Dr. Thomas B. Gregory. "Never before has such a whirl wind com bination of story, spectacle and tense drama been unrolled." New York Evening Sun. "It is worth $5.00 a seat." C. F. Zittel, N. Y. Evening Journal. "It is history vitalized History by light ning flash. Go to see it because of the wonder of the pictures themselves, and finally, go to see it because is will make a better American of you for out of the baptism of blood of the Civil War was born the new nation, one and indivisible." Dorothy Dix. PPU u'S) A Grand Symphony Orchestra I I OF TWENTY-FIVE PIECES! NEVER before, even in Grand Opera, has mat ter in glowing and highly colored action been so masterfully, effectively brought out by means of musical accompaniment as in "The Birth of a Na tion." Every single passage, whether it be a terrific battle scene, a cunning bit of statecraft -or maneu ver, a snatch of tender pathos, a homely folk of char acter sketch or a ripping humorous view, is musical ly explained to the amazed spectator and listener. It's bewildering sound and light and color effects are simply wonderfuL This Grand Symphony Orchestra is carried by the company and every member of the organization is a capable sololist. Presented by ELLBOTT & SMEMAN 3S Not one in this section can afford to miss this. It has been endorsed by the greatest ministers of the world. It shows what war costs mothers, sisters and wives. It shows the coming of the Prince of Peace. It will make better Americans of you. Seats on sale at Weyrich & Habraba's Drug Store. Mail your orders if out of town. Matinee 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 Evening 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2 Highly Important "The Birth of the Nation" will never be presented in any but the highest ciass thea tres at prices customary charged in such playhouses. D. W. GRIFFITH.