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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 29, 1916.
Princess Program for Week
Offers Much Variation
At the Princess for today '"The Bet
ter Man and "the Moth and the
Flame'' are offered. Eddy Lyons and
Lee Moran will be seen in "Love and
Liar." Monday "The Heart of New
York," featuring Ben Wilson and
Edna Hunter, will be presented and a
drama, "Through Baby's Voice."
Tuesday "Liberty," Animated Weekly
and "Sea Mates.'i Wednesday the sev
enth episode of the ' Yellow Menace,"
Bud Fisher's cartoons and LKO com
edy. Thursday Bluebird feature, "The
End of the Rainbow." Friday "The
Place Beyond the Winds," a five-reel
drama, and on Saturday 'Through
Solid Walls" and "A Shadowed
Silas Marner, Hippodrome
Attractifii This Week
Tuesday of this week a Mutual
masterpiece, "Silas Marner," comes
to the Hippodrome. Frederick Ward,
a Shakespearian scholar of note,
makes his film debut in this photo
drama. Today's offering is eighth
episode of "Liberty," "The Price of
Victory," "Love's Masquerade," and
"Boy From the Gilded East." Mon
day, "Broken Fetters" . will be the
feature picture. Wednesday, Pathe
furnishes the program; Thursday,
"The Yellow Menace." Friday, Vir
ginia Person in a Fox offering "Hy
pocrisy," and on Saturday a World
feature will be shown.
Grand Opera Stars in
Photoplay at the Muse
Lina Cavalieri and her husband, Lu-
cien Muratore, wil be the attraction
at the Muse for today and Monday in
"The Shadow .of Her Past." Par
ticular interest is attached to this fea
ture for the reason that the stars were
here in grand opera last week.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
i day Ann Pennington will be seen in
"The Rainbow Princess," a photo
play of circus life. Friday and Sat
urday Anita King and Thomas
Meighan will be starred in "The Heir
to the Hoorah," from Paul Arm
Western Thrill at Dundee,
, "Hell's Hinges " Shown Today
William S. Hart, the "bad man,"
is featured in the picture on the Dun
dee screen today. The comedy for
today is "His Jersey Skeeter." Mon
day "The Three Godfathers," features
Harry Carey. Tuesday, Norma Tal
mage is seen in "The Devil's Needle."
Wednesday, "The Rail Rider." Thurs
day, "Broken Fetters," an oriental
play. Friday, a Redfeather, "The
Black Sheep of the Family," and on
Saturday H. B. .Warner in "Shell
Forty-three." Comedies are booked
for every show.
Monroe Theater Offers
"What Happened at 22"
Frances Nelson can be seen today
at the Monroe playing the feature part
in "What Happened at 22." Mon
day the leading picture is "The Ro
mance of Billy Goat Hill," with Myr
tle Gonzales. Tuesday Louis Mere
dith is featured in The Precious
Packet." "Pay Dirt," with Henry
King, is booked for the Wednesday
show. On Thursday J. Warren Ker
rigan comes in "The Silent Battle."
Friday House Peters in "Hand of
Peril and Saturday Florence Turn
er appears in "Far from the Madden
New Star Offers Bluebird
Feature, "Behind the Lines"
The Bluebird production "Behind
the Lines," a military melodrama,
shows Henry Carev in scenes which
thrill and pictures an unusual story of
love. Monday Behind Lite s stage,
"Castle of Despair" and "Almost
Guilty." Tuesday a five-reel picture
featuring Warren Kerrigan; Wednes
day, "In the Heart of New York,"
"A Rural Romance" and comedy:
Thursday is "Liberty" day, "Animated
Weekly," "She Wanted
To Another Woman.1
"At the End of the Rainbow"
Feature Play at Hipp Today
Today and Monday Manager Bill
at the Hipp is offering his patrons
what is said to be one of the best of
recent Bluebirds, "The End of the
Rainbow." It is a five-reel production
written by Lynn Reynolds. "The Re
ward of Patience," featuring Louise
Huff, comes Tuesday and Wednes
day. The second Mary Miles Minter
picture under the Mutual banner
comes to the Hipp Thursday. Fri
day and Saturday Edna Goodrich is
presented in "The House of Lies."
"Out of Darkness" Billed
At the Lothrop Theater
In "Out of Darkness," the photo
play featured today and Monday at
the Lothrop thea'ter, Charlotte Walk
er is presented in the leading role.
Tuesday "The Dream Girl" will be
shown, featuring Mae Murray, and on
Wednesday Mollie King is shown in
"The Human Gambler"
Booked at Alamo Today
Dorothy Davenport will be shown
at the Alamo this afternoon and eve
ning, in "The Human Gambler." The
program for the week is being booked
with care and Mrs. Nielson says
patrons can look forward to seeing
Three Exceptional Numbers
At the Strand This Week
At the Strand, the offering is Wil
fred Lucas in "The Rummy, a story
of a newspaper man, his trials and
tribulations. Manager Thomas has
provided a Keystone comedy and
Pathe weekly, while the Strand or
chestra, and Organists Micer and
Usher promise a good musical pro
gram. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Bessie Barrisrale and Charles Ray,
in "Plain Jane." a story of smiles and
tears. Thursday. Friday and Satur
day, Theda Bara in a version of Wm.
Shakespeare's drama "Romeo and
I Juliet." While Miss Bara's fame has
been won as a portrayer of vampire
characters, advance reports proclaim
her work in "Romeo and Juliet" to
be the best of her career.
Suburban Will Open Organ
Recital Next Tuesday Night
The Suburban theater will have the
opening recital of its new Bartola pipe
organ. Tuesday night. On the screen
that night will be Jackie Saunders in
"Down to the Sea, ' also Fritzcl Bru
nette in "Out of the Mist," and a
Luke comedy. Today the offering is
Ethel Clayton and Holbrook Blinn in
"Husband and Wife." and a Keystone
comedy Monday Triangle presents
Norma Talmedge in "The Devil's
Needle." Wednesday Bertha Kalich
in "Ambition." Thursday H. B. War
ner in "Shell 43." Friday, first epi
sode of "The Shielding Shadow," and
Leah Baird in "Primeval Instinct."
Saturday Charlie Chaplin in "One
A. M.," and other films.
Omaha Theater Features
Noted "Contrell's Mc-ytonna"
Vitagraph offers a star cast in
"Contrell's Madonna," a three-reel
photoplay at the Omaha today. Be
sides this film, "Stolen Plumage," a
Kalem production, and "The Conby
hill Outlaws," Selig, will be shown.
Monday a World feature, "The Warn
ing;" Tuesday, "Under Cover;"
Wednesday, J. Warren Kerrigan in
"The Social Buccaneer;" Thursday,
"The Gilded Cage," and on Friday
"With the Spirit of Help." Saturday
Paramount offers "An International
(iunnnP Thii W-ima" ie T.rlm,'.
"" ') iinnio i ivunj a
Offering at Grand Theater
Honor Ihy Name, with Charles
Ray and Frank Keenan, will be the
chief attraction today at the Grand.
Monday a three-reel Keystone com
edy will be show in connection with
Billie Burke. Frances Nelson in
"The Revolt? will be the bill for Tues
day. Thursday Valeska Suratt comes
in "The Straight Way." Friday "The
Shielding Shadow" and a two-reel
Keystone will be screened. Saturday
comes the Charlie Chaplin Review in
five reels. This will be the first run
on this picture. A matinee will be
Pauline Frederick Featured
On the Apollo Screen Today
Pauline Frederick in "Lydia Gil-
more will be featured on the screen
at the Apollo today. Monday Mae
Murray in "The Drama Girl;" Tues
day, Ruth Stonehouse in "Love Never
Dies, a Bluebird; Wednesday, Mar
guerite Clark in "Mice and Men;
Thursday, Hazel Dawn in "Under
Cover;" Friday, "The Little Girl Next
Door;" Saturday, Alice Brady in "The
ljiiaed Cage. Comedies at enrerv Dtr
"The, Chorus Girl," Photoplay
Offering at the Empress
At the h-moress. The Chorus Girl
and the Kid is the name of a three
part Knickerbocker feature, with
Marie Empress, the little aueen of the
movies. A glimpse at the real life of
the chorus girl, truly emotional and
vivid, is presented in this picture. A
vogue comedy, in two reels, "Her
Painted Pedigree," and the Gaumont
Weekly, up to date at usual, complete
Comfort Theater Books
"The Franchise" for Today
fred Greenwood and Ed Coxen, will
be shown at the Comfort theater as
the feature photoplay today. Besides
mis picture A loucn ot High Life
will be shown and a comedy, "Reel
Life." Monday the program is "Broke,
but-Ambitious," "The Princely Ban
dit" and "Laugh of Scorn." Tuesday,
"Fantomas," "Those Primitive Days"
Vaudeville Besides Rebular
Show at South Side Orpheum
It variation as well as entertain
ment is what is wanted the South
Side Orpheuin's program for today
should furnish it. Two acts of
vaudeville, "Folly of Fear," "See
America," and a comedy, "Feathered
Nest, complete the offering. Mon
day a five-reel photoplay featuring
Helen Holmes, "The Manager of the
B. Sr. A.
Lyric Features House Peters
In "The Closed Road" Today
House Peters In the World film,
"The Closed Road," begins with ac
tion, based upon a new discovery for
the cure of cancer. The plot is inter
esting, all of the details are carried
out with a great degree of accuracy
and realism, It will be shown at the
Bluebird Feature Today
At the Burt Theater
A Bluebird feature in five reels will
be shown at the Burt theater today
when Mary MacLaren will be seen in
Wanted a Home, an excellent fea
ture. With this will be shown a good
comedy. For the balance of the week
good programs are promised.
Theda Bara Booked at
Farnam Today and Monday
"Her Double Life" is the olav in
which Theda Bara appears in at the
Farnam today and tomorrow. Friday
Filmland Stars to Ba Shown on
Screens of OmahaDurinz Week
&hy . - v u
MfiASCi, i'J X) Forms Talmiije , s
forfeit jLf I 1V1 r i
kW wl w J
At th Farnatrr
and Saturday of this week, Mary Pick-
tord comes in lhe Dawn of a lo
morrow." This is a world-famous
story of a young girl's unfaltering
faith and its triumphant ultimate rec
Rdythe Sterllnr wu the f1rt player en
rafed to tupport Tyron Power la "The
Planter," moat of the noenea of which will
be taken In South America. Mine Sterling
Is an aetreae of experience and hag a very
full ihare of beauty as well as ability. 8he
played lead with the Signal, and later
with the Universal, and was well known on
the speaking stage before ehe Joined the
Unless he ceases playing the role of the
Mexican In the serial "Liberty," U. Ray
mond Nye Is to be disinherited by an old
lady In Philadelphia who knew Mr. Nye
as a boy and does not like to see him in
such a role.
'The Roses Have Nothing On You," ti
the oatchy title of a song written and com
posed by Brnest B. Orne and Howard T.
Oooglns and dedicated to Margarita Fischer
of the Pollard Pleturs Plays. Miss Fischer
has always attracted muslolans and this
Is the third song which has been written
and dedicated to her. 'That Moving Pi
ture Girl" was the first, and It proved very
popular. As the title pages all hear her
picture, the compliment has proven to be
very gooa aaverusing as wall.
A visitor at the York studio In Holly
wood last week, observing Hald Lo"k
wood and May Allison In a lender love
scene, remarked: "Row strongly that
couple is attached to each other. One can
see they mean everything they do." "Well,"
replied an attache of the studio, "I guess
lvOCKWooa nas Been winning Miss Allison
for more than 100 pictures by this time,
but I notice that In each picture he has to
do It all over again."
Cleo Madison has a warm spot lo
heart for everything that lives. Street
urchins, other youngsters and even dumb
animals have felt the kindliness of her
nature, and "Joe Martin," the trained chim
ps usee at Universal, adores her. Recently
the chlmpansee was being used In a scene
representing a futurist home In Paris, and
the action required that he be chained to a
pedestal. Tne "shots" were ionic and tire
some and the waits between made the hot
day seem hotter. "Jos Martin" suffered so
from the heat that Miss Madison found
opportunity to work an electric fan Into the
scene and turned Its blast to the grateful
Myrtle Stedman, the Pallas and Moroseo
star, Is preparing for another feature. She
Is working over her story now, after sev
eral consultations with producer and man
agement, and Is studying her part, the de
tails of which have not been disclosed. Suf
fice tn It to say that It will be worthy of
Miss Btedman's high abilities, for the stu
dio people are as anxious as she to obtain
a vehicle whleh will enable her to meet
Synopsis ( Events Cevered In Paths
News, Released Toelay.
BROOKLYN, N. Y. School children study-
ins rural me esKerir narvesi Uie crops
they planted. A prise fanner. One of the
hatDtest momenta In a hov'e llf.
NEW HAVEN, CONN. In the pretenct of
Bb.ouo graduates and friends, Yale cele
brates the two hundredth anniversary of
the founrllnn nf that cnllstr In this
NEW YORK CITY Thomas A. Edison visits'
tne national Exposition of electrical de
vices and ill tram an ta. v
LAS CKUCES. NEW MEXICO Eish teen
thousand National Ouardsmen, comprising
a large part of the militia now left on the
border, sngagt In battle practice. Getting
accustomed to ti-rtr-h fiffhtfnar
PARIS, FRANCE Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt
devotes ber time to aiding wounded
AmarHvana naa flchtinn with . in
SALONIKA, GREECE Russian troops ready
J"" m "m aiiiee campaign to
THE BATTLE OP THE SOMME The light
mm iuni, a Dsiiery wai ting for the
order to advance. Infantry make their way
to the front lme through the connecting
CHICAGO, ILL. SuffreretUs are out In
large force when President Wilson arrives
In the Wlndv Cltv.
BOSTON, MASS. Battery A of the Mssia-
chusettes crack corps of noted mlllttsmen
return from dntv on th mIhii h,.wi
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Many beautiful
floats in a gala water pageant depicting
the; Ushding of Columssu.
Alt Monroe (
the quality of her other features, of which
'The American Beauty" was the latest.
Bessie Barriscale, Ince star, Is at pres
ent acting In another light comedy part
under the direction or Charles Miller. Sup
porting her are Charles K. French, Jack
Gilbert, Roy Laid law and George ID I well.
The story Is by that prolific writer, C.
Gardner Sullivan. Miss Barriscale Is a de
lightful light comedy actress and It Is a
good sign of the times that the public Is
supporting this healthy form of entertain
ment. "BIIy" Taylor. Pallas producer, has
neared the end of the feature picture in
which Edna Goodrich Is starred. Taylor has
exceeded his record for artistic production
In this picture, and the combination of
"peerless producer" and beautiful leading
woman, is making the fllmplay alone of Its
Bertram Grsssby, who has a prominent
part In the Universal aerial, "Liberty A
Daughter of the U. B. A.", probably chanties
from mustache to beard, to clean-shaven i
face, then back to mustache again, more I
frequently than any man In picturea. Many
youngster would envy the oulrknesn with
which Uraxsby can grow a facial adornment.
GraeHhy in three days recently produced
a mustache for his part In the serial, after
having appeared clean-shaven In a pre
Cleo Madison's base ball team has at
tracted much attention among those who
know that charming Universal star. Rut
what they do not know Is that many more
youngsters not so clearly associated with
her name have been recipients of her kind
ness. Bats and balls galore could be traced
to her generosity, for Miss Madison above
all things cannot deny Mouthful aspirations.
IT'S A BLUEBIRD TODAY
"WANTED, A HOME"
AIM Good Corner
'A TOUCH OF HIGH LIFE"
Featuring Winifred Greenwood and
The Enchanting Psramount Featu
Enchanting Paramount Feature
"IKE UREAM GIRL"
See MAE MURRAY
In This Beautiful Play
"THE CAVE MAN" VlUfraph
'LAND OF LIZARDS"
ANNA LITTLE and
Do you want the best
things to eat?
Come Right To Thu
Dine Well and Pay a
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I ALAMO THEATER I
H TODAY ' 1
i DOROTHY DAVENPORT 1
n i" i:2
U "THE HUMAN GAMBLER" U
V Good Comedy a
At Me tmprtii
The Clifton Offering
"The Man from Manhattan"
"The Man from Manhattan," with
William Stowell and Rhea Mitchell
in the leading parts, is at the Clifton
today. The program for the balance
of the week is filled with variation
which Manager Lawhead says will
please. Besides the regular changes
"The Romance of Elaine" on Tues
day, "Girl from Frisco" on Wednes
day, feature on Thursday and the
"Yellow' Menace" Friday. Monday
"In the House of the Chief" is the
"THE PRICE OF. VICTORY"
Sm "SILAS MARNER" TUESDAY
IVra. S. Hart la a Tkrilllaf Waaler
A Town That Knew na Law or
I Itll If Ml 1 1 If tl II iilll I i lllMllljltfl !l I Hii: H Iti Hrrt I Itll Hi tmilllllinu I tltiilfiltmi IJIII IfllilTtn Hill IVjU
"OUT OF DARKNESS'
The awakening of a wealthy society
woman to conditions In her factory
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ETHEL CLAYTON and
i HOLBROOK BLINN. In
"HUSBAND AND WIPE"
Two.Act Keystone Comedy
Grand Opening Bartola Pipe Organ
16 th and
A Pulse Vibrating Drama
"THE CLOSED ROAD"
THE FARNAM vsb
Sunday and Monday
THEDA BARA, in
"HER DOUBLE LIFE"
Tha Thrilling Story of a
VICTOR MOORE, In
"Chimmie Fadden Out
When in Need of Good, f
Clean, Full of i
Pep Comedies I
WRITE, PHONE, WIRE I
1 CHRISTIE 1
I COMEDY EXCHANGE I
I 301 Nat'l. Ptg. Co. Bldg. I
Omaha, Neb. fj
Rphlff Manager May Leave
""Town ifFairbanks Fails Him
A much delayed picture, Douglas
Fairbanks in "The Half Breed," will
honest-to-goodness be shown at the
Rohlff theater today or else the man
ager says he will leave town to keep
from getting tarred and feathered.
The film is adapted from Bret I!ar:e's
story. "In the Carquinci Woods."
Monday, first chapter of "The ShiiUl
ing Shadow" and last chapter of ' 'Hie
Grip of Evil." Tuesday, Ormi Haw'ey
in "Where I.ove Leads." Wednesday.
Geraldinc O'Brien in "A Woman's
Fiuht." Thursday, William Nigh in
"His Great Triumph." Friday, Norma
Talmage and Tully Marshall in "The
Devil's Needle." Saturday. Bobbie
Vernon in "The Danger Girl," and
Keystone favorites in "Puppets."
Parlor Theater Oilers Today
Both Selig and Vitagraph
"Out of the Shadows," a two-reel
photoplay of Soli;' production, is one I
ot the leadini? pictures ollered at the
Parlor in today's show. A Vitagraph
drama, "For the Son of the Home,"
is aluo on the projjram. Two comedies
are to be shown.
f GRAN D
U FRANK KEENAN lind CHAS.
K "Honor Thy Name'
j rex theater"!
NEW MANAGEMENT J
HIGHEST TYPE PHOTOPLAY AND
ORPHEUM South Side
'FOLLY OF FEAR"
"SEE AMERICA" W
"FEATHERED NEST" 1
And Two Bl( Astt ol VaufevUla !
A smsatlmsJ plsy sommsadlftc to 1
9m FRANCIS NELSON Todsy, to
"WHAT HAPPENED AT UN ;
' ' Goad flomsdy.
' ' j
DTh Moat Buutlful Woman la Q
al U7 A a-k
ins tt vri w
tt Supported hy
5 LUCIEN MURATORE
"The Shadow of Her Past"
O Yon saw them la grand opera,
Q now see them In tha "moviee."
4yi APOLLO THEATER V
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TODAY Continuous Performance
Starting at X P. M. Until 1030
In a plcturlxatlon of Henry Arthur
Janes' Powerful Dreme.
With VINCENT SERRANO
Also a goad comedy will be shown
Tomorrow (Monday) at 7ilS e
JESSE L. LASKY Presents
"THE DREAM GIRL"
Alee Paramount Burton Holmes'
In Connection With High Standard Vaudeville
The Best Amusement Va.ue
IN OMAHA '
COMMENCING TODAY FOR FOUR DAYS
"The Chorus Girl and the Kid"
Three-Part Knickerbocker Feature .' . . .'
Featuring MARIE EMPRESS
"HER PAINTED PEDIGREE"
Vogue Two-Part Comedy
MUTUAL WEEKLY LATEST WORLD NEWS v
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES FROM 11 TO II
General Admission, 10c. Reserved Section, 20c.
"A Welsh Singsr" Offered !
At the Diamond Today
The five-reel picture, "A Welsh
Shifter," appears at the Diamond in
in 'av's show. Florence Turner takes
'!' Wding pnrt. A Cub comedy is
Inm'.-rd, too. 'That Dog-Gone Baby."
Monday Lillian West is featured in
'For the Governor's Chair." Tues
day "Shielding Shadow" is. shown.'
Wednesday Ham- 3caitmont and
Gertrude Glover ire seen in "His Lit
tle Wife." Thursday Seli(f presents
"In the Home of the Chief." Fri-'
day the twelfth chapter of "Liberty",
will he shown. "As the Candle
Burned" and "Boy From the Gilded
West." Saturday William Russell ap
pears in "The Strength of Donald Mc-Kensie."
Brwdwava Star Cast, la
"THE CONBY HILL OUTLAWS"
"Tli B.tt.r Maa"
"Th. Moth and th. Flam." .
"Lo. and Liar"
I DIAMOND I
TODAY .. 3
S FLORENCE TURNER .
SS Featured In . . 3
3 "A WELSH SINGER S
iS Caaaady Tea. ' S
CLIFTON THEATER j
"THE MAN FROM MANHATTAN"
"OUT OF THE SHADOWS" t
Two-Reel Sella .
"FOR THE SON OF THE HOUSE
, Vitagraph Drama ,
Twe Comedies. . A"
TODAY AT , SidS, SiSO, Till, t
"THE STOLEN SOOKING"
I, TOMORROW Chapter 1 a ' a
"The Shielding Shadow" I
aui Cfs Theater
it vn wii nivaiwi ;
"Behind the Lines"
With our Mldiar on tha border
there la aa admitted timell
ness la this photoplay.
Sea HARRY CAREY la this.)
One of Bluebird's Stronf eat
Open From 11 ta 11 Dallv
TodaY aNd M6NBXY ' '
"THE END OF THE
Featurinf Myrtle Consoles '
" tUUdaY AfJB WEdNIsdaY
Urals Huff in
"THE REWARD OF ;
An Appealing Story of a '
Quaker Girl a Romance
MARY MILES MINTER IN
A Lot Story Plot With Many
t-RlbAY XN6 Saturday
EDNA GOODRICH IN
"THE HOUSE OF LIES"
I He ADMISSION ALWAYS 10c
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