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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 25, 1916.
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PHOTO PLAYS FOR-Oft AHA
Filmland Stars to Be Shown on the
Screens of Omaha During the Week
Omaha Girl and Her
Friends Talk Hubby
Into Entering Movies
Gladden James, who appears at the
Gayety today, ' is the husband of
Frieda Lang, a former Omaha girl.
According to his own storv. he was
practically talked into the movies by
ins wite and tier friends, ut course,
Gladden is first of all good looking.
"My wife and friends," says Mr.
James,, "caused me to get into the
movies because I Dhotouraohed well.
Unknown to me, one of my friends
sent one of my photographs to a
Worm director whomune knew. It
happened that this director was in
need of a man of my type and judged
from . my photographs that 1 would
screen well. He sent me a proposi
tion. . I was dumbfounded and in
clined to turn it down,, but my wife
ana ner mends got busy and talked
me into it. and here I am. I now
have, a three-year contract with the
Worm at a satisfying figure.
"People generally think that movie
acting is. a snap, but they are mis
taken. It is the hardest kind of
early and late labor, but it is interest
ing enough to make up for the stren
uous action We go through. ;
"You will like 'What Happened in
11,' which appears in your city today
at the Gayety. It is the kind of pic
ture which in my opinion should be
a wonderful success. My wife and I
send our best regards ' to Omaha
friends. We will be through Omaha
in a short time and will take pleasure
in renewing our old acquaintances,"
AT THEMUSE TODAY
An unusually good program is
promised at the Muse for this week.
Edmund Breese, who is probably best
remembered for his work in "The
Lion and the Mouse," carries the
stellar role in today's presentation,
"The Spell of the Yukon," which
fiicturizes the wild and untrammeled
ife of Alaska with 'the false and pre
tentious social set of New York.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
will be presented "Dollars and the
Woman, a six-reel production taken
from Albert Payson Terhune's great
ttory, "Dollars and Cents," in which
Ethel Clayton and Tom Moore share
the leading roles. One reel of pictures
taken at Valley, Neb., of the High
school camp on visitors' day will
also be shown.
The sixth episode of "Gloria's Ro
mance," with "The Discard," will be
the program for Friday and Saturday,
GOOD ANIMAL PICTURE
AT THE ORPHEUM TODAY
An exceptionally good two-reel an
imal picture will be shown at the Or
pheum today. The wonderful scen
ery and almost human intelligence of
the trained animals makes it an inter
: esting spectacle. A Thanhouser
comedy entitled "For Uncle Sam's
Navy" will be included in the pro
gram. FARNAM OFFERS ALICE
. BRADY IN "LA BOHEME"
Alice ' Brady will be teen at the
Farnam theater today as "Mimi" in
the well-known Bohemian play "La
vie de Boheme." It is a story of the
passionate, loving, carefree people of
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the Latin quarters, bubbling over with
their thrills and joys, at the same
time gripping and pleasing. A good
comedy will also be shown, j
UNUSUAL PROGRAM AT THE
MONROE THEATER THIS WEEK
4 "Nancy's Birthright," a five-reel
Mutual master picture, featuring
Edvthe Sterling and Norbert Mvles.
and George Ovey in a- Cub comedy
entitled "Preparedness," will be the
program at tne Monroe theater to
day. Tuesday and Wednesday there
will be a special attraction made up
by several pupils of Prof, Chambers.
among whom will be little Ruth Rig-
don, and any other boys and girls
that care to compete, for there will
be three prizes for the best three danc
ers, $5 and $2, respectively. The
public will be the judges. The chil
dren, will dance about 8:45 each even
ing.. - ; .-.
i' " TODAY
"PEO O" THE HtNC," Ne. J.
. . "WEDDINQ 0UE3T"
COOD NIGHT. NURSE."
"BETRAYED BY THE CAMERA."
fl A V tl Soci.ty Movim
U V I U Spaelal AttraelfM
TUESDAY ft WEDNESDAY
"One Summer in Omaha"
Omaha Scraas -Omaha PwpU
ProcMdi to Charity.
"PEC O THE RING"
" "MUTT AND JEFF"
And Fmit Othr Rials.
X P. M. TO II CONTINUOUS.
"IN THE NAME OF THE PRINCE
A FIvRmI Ftatw.
AIm Om Om4 Cma. ,
: MONDAY. JUNE M '
"THE BROKEN LAW"
WIIX1AM FARNUM '
"BETRAYED BY THE CAMERA."
Ruth RfyJtn -At the Monro
"THE BROKEN LAW" AT
THE DUNDEE TOMORROW
William Farnum will be seen at the
Dundee theater, tomorrow in "The
Broken Law," a five-eel drama full
of interest and action. : "Betrayed by
the Camera" will be the comedy.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be pre
sented "Little Meenas Romance,"
featuring Dorothy Gish and Owen
Moore. . .'. . ,;
Alice &ridy -At tie Farnam
ISth and Farnam Sts.
: Prasants -
"LA i1: BOHEME"
TskM From Hnri Mwitr'a Book.
"THE LION'S NEMISIS,"
Two-RmI Animal Plctura.
"FOR UNCLE SAM'S NAVY,"
; Tbanhauaar Canwdr.
S3rd and Laavanworth.
. MARGUERITE LESLIE m
Saawa lilS, 4:0S, BiaO. Till and SiOO
, Jr., Jn
T ii p n H a v
T a 1 m a d g e i n
Pe arson in
. ALSO GOOD COMEDY. ,
MOLLIE KING AT THE
OMAHA THEATER TODAY
The subtle call of fascination is
often mistaken for the voice of love,
but when the real call comes, even
though it be late and seemingly hope
less, we cannot mistake it. The
truth of this is forcibly brought out
in "Fate's Boomerang, the play at
the Omaha theater today and Mon
day. An unusually good comedy en
titled "Wanted a Husband" will also
be shown. ' -
"THE RAILROAD BANDIT"
"DIRTY WORK IN A BEANERY"
"THE SEA LILY"
"PEGGY AND THE LAW" . A
"THE TREASURE TRAIN"
"THE GIRL AT THE CURTAIN"
CHARLIE CHAPUN, In
Today at 2,,Sl30, S, SlSO, S, 8 1 30
I and OWEN MOORE I
"Little Meena's Romance"
A Trlanfla Plcturanlay."
MONDAY Tha Iran Claw." ,
TUESDAY Edith Stanjr, m "Island
"Tha Iran Strain."
W. 3. Hart, In Tha
I , FRIDAY Willlan Farnum, in
1 of Sorrow.'
SATURDAY Joy ralma u
i with Trianala, Kerstono Con
and Patho Nawo.
Jaka Schlanh, Mar, "5(5
Opan 11 to 11 DauV.
Dally Chaniaa of Pal amount
Program for Waah at Juna 25th.
TODAY AND MONDAY
- to "
The Marriage of Kitty'
TODAY AND MONDAY '
MOLLY KING, m
"WANTED, A HUSBAND."
Today and Monday
"THE HABIT OF
Also Keystone Comedy.
nONRO P THE COMFY THEATER
M VfF 11 m af mm (Whan Yaw Dana Warka Orartima.)
Fira-Raal Signal Master Pictura, Featuring
ED YTHE STERLING AND NORBERT MYLES. ,
george ovey, in (IDD IT P A DrHMFCQ"
Cub Comady, Entitlnd , fA 1 1 ARLUll CadO
YES Sc AND 10c ALWAYS.
MUTUAL SPECIAL FEATURE
3 IWiajtyAnmhnnlnnCnaaw.lBa. ;
53 See the Great Continued Pictureplay Success!
Novel of the Hour!
At the Following Theatre NOWi
THEATRE TOWN DAY
Cameraphone .Omaha. ...... Every ' Wed'sday
Maryland . . . . Omaha Every Thursday
Monroe ...... Omaha ....... Every Saturday
Diamond . . . . .Omaha Every Tuesday
Orpheum So. Omaha. . . .Every Wed'sday
Comfort Omaha. ..... .Every Thursday
Loyal Omaha ....... Every Sunday
. Nicholas? .... Council Bluffs. Every Saturday
Palace. . . . . . .Lincoln. . .... .Every Thursday
Opera House. Fall City, Neb.. Every Monday
Elyaes. . ... . , Columbus, Neb.Starting June 21
Opera House. Red Oak, Neb Starting June 26
Comedy. . . . . .Shelton, Neb.. Starting June 28
Maida Aurora, Neb. . .Starting July 3
Majestic. .... Fairbury, Neb. Starting July 6 '
Orpheum. . . . Clarinda. Ia.. .Starting July 11
North. ...... .Columbus. . . . .Starting June 30
Pipe Organ De Luxe.
Bruce McRaa St Garcia Holmes
In a Modern Dram of Thrills,
Romance and Mjrsterjr.
and Every Monday Thereafter
A Story by
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hughes.
Start! Monday Without Fail.
Read the Story in The Bee.
2A24 LtMvanworth .
MISS BILLIE BURKE
MOllon Dollar Picture Novel,
By Spaeial Arranfemant with .
F. ZIEGFELD, JR.
Supsertod br HENRY KOLKEK
A Motion Picture Novel by
MR. AND MRS. RUPERT HUGHES.
TODAY SUNDAY, JUNE SS.
G 1 m
World and Para. B M
mount Plcturoa. SI (
Unexcelled Muiic by
Same Manafement me The Hfpp.
TODAY AND MONDAY
World Film Corporation Prwata
FRANCES NELSON and
Paul WUataeh'a Mvatarlous Play. '
Tuaadar Wadnaaday Thuraday
Jaaaa L. Laaky Presents
Tha Inlmltabla Comedian of tha
American Staea. '
A Suparh Story el tha Sawdust Circle.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
America's Leading- Film Favorite,
1 A Laaky Photoplay That amunvnal
I Touches The Heart.
IT'S A GOOD IMPULSE FOLLOW
ii iu the; uArt.Tr.
Bargain Show of Omaha Continuous Vaudeville and Photoplaya.
Admisgion, 10c c"ifr"nT""- I Reserved Seats, 20c
FIRST HALF STARTING TODAY. !
Thrl.?..- "Window of Dreams"
Featuring Grace DeCarlton and Bert Delaney.
a cubcomedy. George Ovey.
Laf f ing "Beauty Comedy'
Mutual Weekly No. 77.
LAST HALF STARTING THURSDAY.
Fenture Photoplay, ii'
r lying A Drama,
Vivian Rich and n Big
u.r dinniinu inuiuUAI. .
'The Gentle Conspiracy"
Rich and a Big Cast of Merit.
"Siren of the Jungle"
With Margaret Gibson and
"The Iron Mitt"
With Paddy McGuire and
"Reel Life" No. 8.
WillUm Clifford. "Reel Life" No" 8. I 7
J 10c Admission Always. Reserved Seats 20c. y
COOLEST THEATER fflS
mm BIGGEST TBAXUKS3 rranfm
Maj TODAY and MONDAY iSM
11 GndEVElXH BRENT H
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Tueday, Wednes., Thurt.,
Friday and Saturday HS Kst
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