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Exceptional Program This Week
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"THE CAPTIVE GOD"
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Every Nlibl ThU Wnk W. Offer
THE BEST FEATURES
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' Our photoplays ara ihowa fa
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BEST SCREEN '
s BEST PROJECTION
' HEAR EDWIN STEVENS PLAY
. OUR SPLENDID PIPE ORGAN
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Two Gleaming Eyes!
Two Avenging Hands!
What Do They Mean?
' in fifteen episodes of
ROMANCE. MYSTERY, ADVENTURE
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LEON BARY; RALPH KELLARD
SHADOW by George B.
ScitX latest serial of ; the PATHE
$5,000,000 program is matt mystifying than
THE IRON CLAW, more romantic than THE RED
CIRCLE, more thriUirtgthanPAUUNEand ELAINE,
Head the Story kr Randan ParrlsH . .
Sec it at these theatres NOW!
Ihh Thattar, Omaha,
So. h S.aa, avary Wa4
NIcSolu. Cauacll Blulft,
Oct. 22 and 1.
Gam, Oinihi. Octabar 14. '
Rok'll. Onuha. Oct. 30.
Diainand, Omaha, Oct. 11.
Ca'umbia, Omalia, Nav. 1.
Suburtiaa, Qaahai Nav. 3.
"The Half Breed" Feature
At Rohlff Theater Today
The feature attraction at the Rohlff
theater today is "The Half Breed," a
story of northwestern California, in
which Douglas Fairbanks carries th
stellar role. The comedy is "Rolling
tc Ruin," with Paddy McGuire. Mon
day "The Grip of Evil" is presented,
with drama and comedy. Tuesday
Bessie Barriscale is presented in 'The
Payment," with this the Pathe news
and a comedy. Wednesday William
Farnum, Katelyn Williams and
Thomas Santchi share the stellar
roles in the famous play, "The Spoil
ers," Thursday Francis X. Bushman
comes in "A Million a Minute." Fri
day Theda Bara is presented in a
feature production called "Under Two
Flags." Saturday the program offers
Joseph Belmont in "A La Cabaret,"
Fay Tincher in "Skirts," and the
Pathe newt. t
Specially Selected Comedy
Program is Bill at Empress
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The Empress today has been specially
selected as a comedy program. In
connection ' with the refined vaude
ville performance the management
supplies with plenty of good,' clean
Thf selection fqr this Sunday is
Every Sunday and
Starting today wa will praiant
Paramount raaturas FIRST
n Leavenworth Straat,
BLANCH SWEET IN
AND BURTON HOLMES'
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Graact, Omaha, Nav. S.g
thaitarium, Laafl Pma,
Mattel, Skwx City, la.
Lrrie, Ctata, Jtas. ; 1
Wari, Falis C.ty, Nak -Lyrk,
Liaca a. naa. , ;
Spriasa, Saath Dakata.
AT W0 , tit m
the first of the celebrated George Ade
fables,' which for the last year or so
have delighted so many with clean
and funny situations presented in a
new way. The title pf this number
it "Fable of the Kittenish Superanns
and the World Weary Snipes." The
Vogue comedy with Ben Turpin and
his company of clever comedians arc
appearing in their latest production.
'A Touch of High Life." Anedu
cational film, "The Curse of .the For
est," with a special appeal to the lov
ers of nature and the Mutual weekly
with the latest news from the Euro
pean battle fronts and the late hap
penings of the east complete the pic
Many Stars Are Billed
. This Week at the Dundee
"Let Katie Do It" is the feature
at the Dundee theater todax-This is a
comedy drama starring Jane Gray and
Tully Marshall, which Manager Hart
man guarantees as a real joy pro
moter. With this is "Arthur's Des
perate Resolve." Monday Warren
Kerrigan is presented in a Bluebird
featurej entitled "The Silent Battle.".
The comedy is a Triangle called
"Skirts." Tuesday Douglas Fairbanks
comes in "The Half-Ureed." "Father
Gets In Wrong" is the comedy. On
Wednesday Holbrook Blinir is seen in
' The Weakness of Man." "A la Cab
aret" is the comedy. Thursday the
offering includes "The Wrath of the
Cactus Moore" and "Behind Life's
Staue." The comedy is 'Nobody
Guilty." Friday the feature is "The
Heart of a Child," with ' Gabby's Gas
oline-Glide." Saturday Bessie Barris
cale comes in the Payment.
Marguerite Clark on
Screen at the Cothrop
Marguerite Clark is presented to
day and Monday at the.Lothrop thea
ter in a Paramount production en-
,i,,vu, jcicii .iisiin, in ins pig-
ture Miss Qark has done serine of her
best work and her irresistable girl
ishness makes the picture very pleas-
CLIFTON THEATER I
5 ' Today S
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Todiy at a, SMS, Si30, TilS and
"THE HALF-BREED "
And Lraal Camady, "Rallmg ' ala"
MONDAY MARY PIckFORD
A'm "GRIP OF EVIL"
TUESDAY Bulla BirrUcala.
WEDNESDAY William Farnum.
THURSDAY Francla X. Buthman.
FRIDAY Thcda Bara.
SATURDAY Laff D.r.
Wednesday; Oct 18 I
Batwaan Locust and Binnay It
' rraaanting only the world- M
famous productions. A
OPENING PROGRAM ,
Family Name" J
i Bluobird b
Smallay Photoplay Suprama. M
Every succeedi g day will see n
an improvement in our attrac- U
tions, and our sols ambition is 1
to iriva our natrona tha hat in m
i exclusive productions for their H
We are inaugurating an en
tirely new policy and patrons
may1 be assured of every cour
tesy in this theater as. what
y pleases you pleases us. :
I W. H. Jackton J. W. Jack.cn;
Four Day Commencing Today
Specially Selected Comedy Program
' Fable of the Kittenish
Superanns and the
World Weary Snipes.
A Geo. Ade Fable.
Ak-Sar-Ben 1916 Pageant
Close Up Views of President Wilson hi Home Made Motion Pictures
FOUR DAYS STARTING TODAY
Filmland Stars to Be Shown on .
; Screens of Omaha During Week
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4m MT( itA7rS
At the MIFF BlancheSwett Frances fifeson Cfc I
At Me Boulevard ' Ad tit Suburban
i ing. Tuesday the presentation of
fers "The Dupe," with Blanch Sweet
in the stellar role. Comedy is on
the same bill. Wednesday Gail Kane
comes in a love drama with social
: In a Military Drama.
"BEHIND THE LINES"
Alia Good Camady.
"Diane of the Follies"
Pathe Weekly Showing
Visit to Omahaf
Jinn 15th and Hirney
niaT aT GoodShowtAlwiyt
TODAY AND MONDAY
J. WARREN KERRIGAN and
LOUISE LOVELY, In
"A Social Buccaneer"
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
LOU TELLECEN, in
"The Victory of
By Margaret Turnaull
WINNIFRED GREENWOOD ia
"A Woman's Daring"
VHibAV AND SATURDAY
Jesso L. Laiky
FANNIE WARD, ia
"Each Pearl a Tear"
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"A Touch of High
Life," latest Vogue laugh
and mirth provoker.
life and political effect called "Paying
the Price." In this picture President
Wilson is introduced. j .. . ,
Pictures, of Interest and .
Variety xat the Omaha Today
Flora Parker DeHaven is featured
at the Omaha theater today in "Be
hind I.ifes' Stage." With this is Dan
Russell in'"Safe in the Safe," and Ger
trude- Selby in "A Desperate Rem
edy." Monday Gail Kane and House
Petersi are co-stars in "The Velvet
Paw." Tuesday Donald Brian is seen
in "The Smugglers." Wednesday
Mary MacLaren is presented in a
Bluebird called "Wanted, a Home."
Thursday the feature is "The Drag
on," with Marguerite Fischer. Friday's
attraction is "The Way or Patience,"
' . "TODAY '.' ;. . i
"CROOKED FROM THE START
"THE SHADOW SINISTER"
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"AT THE OF THE - '
' "POULTRY A LA MODE"
SEE AMERICA FIRST
I Miict 2 ssr?
I ItlUQC Tatay-Mon. :
1 Anita Stewart !
EXTRA WEEKLY NEWS
' ' " First Shawlnf al
Reviewing Hiatorkal Farad
ONE DAY ONLY
Friday. Oct. 20th
Aftarnoon and Erenlnf
6 GRIPPING REELS 6
' PROMINENT SPEAKERS
-Purchata Tickats of "tha Ladiaa
with tha' Whit Ribbona.
in "Bumping the
Reid and Cleo
in "The Golden
Formal Opening New Star
Theater Wednesday Night
The New Star theater on Sherman
avenue between Binney and Locust,
will have a formal opening Wednes
day night, October 18, under the man
agement of W. H. and J. W. Jackson,
experienced photoplay men.
- The managers announce that they
will present only" the world-famous
productions and . that their opening
photoplay will be a Bluebird-Smalley
production, "Saving the Family
Name." Following this will be other
features of the highest order. -
The New Star is a very fine sub
urban house, equipped with good pro
jection machines, good screen and
other furnishings. Messrs. Jackson
announce that they will inaugurate a
policy new in Omaha.
Meritorious Program Billed
For This Week at Monroe
A bill of considerable merit is
scheduled for this week at the Mon
roe. Beginning today with Edna Wal
lace Hopper and Frank Sheridan in
"The Perils of Divorce," astory that
deals with a social problem, the line
up of features is exceptional. Monday
a Red, Feather photoplay, "If My
Country" Should Call," features Dor
othy Phillips. Tuesday A. H. Woods
presents ' Big Jim Garrity," with Rob
ert Edeson. Wednesday Henry King
is seen in "The Power of Evil."
Thursday "The. Girl of the' Lost
Swamp." Friday Flora Parker De
Haven in "The Whirlpool of Des
tiny." Saturday Helen Holmes in
Whispering Smith." With each fea
ture photoplay suitable comedies are
offered and excellent organ concerts
! DUNDEE THEATER I
a TODAY 'l ?
? Jan Gray and Tully Marihall
I ' "LET KATIE DO IT f
"-ARTHUR'S DESPERATE RESOLVE
34th and Am. Avenue
THE LITTLE GIRL NEXT DOOR"
PRESENTED SATURDAY,. OCT. 21.
Cantinuoua Starting 2:30.
28 lb aad Cumiaa Sto.
... FWDAV; OCTOBER 20
Extra Large Feature.
Four Performances Today
3:45, 7:15 and 9
Wm. A. Brady Presents
- and ,
ARTHUR ASHLEY '
Ham and Bud
Bumps," and the
Ridgley are seen
Bluebird and Paramount
Features at Hipp Theater
J. Warren Kerrigan and Louisa
l ovely have leading roles in "A So
cial Buccaneer," showing at the Hipp
today and Monday. The story deala
with a Chinese pirate who plies his
trade merely to get rich and money
to give to the poor.
- Tuesday and Wednesday Jesse L.
I asky presents ton Tellegen in "The
Victory of Conscience," a drama that
runs the entire gamut of Human emo
tions and terminates with the spiritual
victories of a man and a maid. Cleo
Ridgley is seen in support of Lou
Tellegen in this play.
Thursday Winifred Greenwood ap
pears in "A Woman's Daring," an
American-Mutual five act drama. In
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mi:, piay me wumau is nui ucsuucu iu
lead a peaceful life. Ed Coxen ably
supports Miss Greenwood in this
Friday and Saturday Fannie Ward,
one of the favorites of the screen, is
shown in "Each Pearl.a Tear." Miss
Ward, whose characterizations in
"The Cheat" and other Lasky pro
ductions have won her much favor
among the fans, will be seen in a role
of great appeal in "Each Pearl a
Tear." The plot of, the story, it is
said, abounds in nroments of extra
ordinary and tragic tenseness,
Anita' Stewart Proves'
, Remarkable Versatility
The role of Muriel Fleming in "Tha
Combat," showing at the Muse today
and tomorrow, gives Anita Stewart
an excellent opportunity of register
ing on the screen in a single picture
her extraordinary Versatility. First, as
a young society girl who has every
thing her heart can , wish for, she
wears beautiful gowns! She, the idle
society miss who loves everybody be
cause she has never had reason to do
otherwise. After her loveless marriage
her character changes. When the man
she married secretly, and whom she
believed dead, returns to her life after
her second marriage to the district at
torney her conflicting lemotions ara
registered in a wonderful manner,
then comes the climax. 1
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Lenore Ulrich will be seen in "The
Intrigue," a paramount production.
The story of an X-ray gun that thtf"
American government would not buy,
and the attempt of the enemy to se
cure its secret is the intrigue which
makes excitement. Vivian Martin in
"Her Father's Son," will be the at
traction for Friday and Saturday.
"Diana of the Follies"
At the Strand Today
Four changes of program hold forth
at the Strand this week, commencing
today, when the attraction! is Lillian
Gish, in a story of stage life called
"Diana of the Follies." Miss Gish is
too well known to Omaha ' picture
patrons to need any introduction and
this picture affords her wonderful op
portunity to display her ability as an
excellent actress. Pathe's weekly con
tains views of President Wilson's visit
to Omaha. Also first world's series
game at Boston, and will be shown
Sunday and Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday .comes
Frank Keenan in a racing story of
old Kentucky called "The Thorough
bred," while a Keystone comedy and
Pathe weekly wiH help to liven things
up a bit.
Another change of program takes
place for Thursday onlv, while Fri
day and Saturday the offering is Vir
ginia Pearson in "The Bride's Secret,"
a thrilling story of modern times
staged in the usual lavish manner.
Good Programs for Every
Day at the Princess
The offerings today at the Princess
theater includes "The Wrath of the
Cactus," a western drama; Eddy Ly
ons and Lee Moran in "His Own
Nemesis," and an L-Ko comedy,
"Safety First." Monday Carter De
Haven is seen in "Breaking Into So
ciety;" the acompanying picture is a
western drama called "Night ShaiP"
ows." Tuesday the tenth episode of
"Liberty" is shown with "The Elusive
Enemy," featuring Francis Ford and
Grace Cunard, and the animated
weekly. Vednesday the sixth episode
of "The Yellow Menace" is on the
same bill with Dorothy Davenport in
"The Human Gambler." Thursday
Warren Kerrigan is presented in "The
Social Buccaneer." Friday the feat
ure is "The Black Sheep of the Fam
ily " Saturday the program offers an
oriental drama, "A Soul at Stake,"
and two comedies, "Main 4400" and
Beans and Bullets." ,
Strong Program Billed at
Grand Theater This Week
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Aianager nacnmaii 01 me uranu las
billed a strong program for the com
ing week. Keeping in line with his -promise
of exceptional shows under
extractive surroundings and condi
tions, he is putting on Triangle,
World and Fox produtions every
night. Starting today, the offering is
William S. Hart in "The Captive
God." This is one of Hart's best per
formances under the Triangle ban
ner. Monday the principal offering
is "Gloria's Romance" and William
Collier in a Keystone, "Never Again."
Tuesday Mollie King is seen in "The
Summer Girl." Wednesday 'The
Half Bred." Thursday June Caprice
in "Little Miss Mischief.
Edwin Stevens, organ soloist at the
Grand, wilt be heard this week in
special concerts. Mr. Stevens is not
only a good performer, but a com
poser as well, and plays many of his '
"Sporting Blood'' Comes
To Farnam Theater Today
The attraction at the Farnam the
ater today is "Sporting Blood." a
feature starring Dorothy Bernard.
Tuesday Theda Bara and Nance
O'Neil are presented in a Fox produc
tion, entitled Nreutzcr sonata.
Tuesday Dustin Farnum is featured
in 1 he at the Lumberlandi."
Prodaced by ASTRA Ffltn Corporation v
Directed bf Louis J. Gamier and Donald Hackenzto.
Keascd by Fable Exchange.
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