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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 12, 1916.
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JSL; PHOTO PLAYS FOR OMAHA DEVOTEES fJ
' -DEVIL'S TOY"
; Foaturinf ADELE BLOOD
' ' ane EDWIN STEPHENS
FORTUNE! FAME I end LOVE!
26th Strait and
. ... . HOLBROOK BLINN
"THE WEAKNESS OK MAN"
A Strent Dramatic Play ol Hueua
The Angel of the Attic"
I i "MAROONED"
;,- ' Featuring
I" Edward Arnold and
' Alice McChosney.
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I TODAY AT B, 3:4, 30, Till, and
Faatarinf : ... i
1 BESSIE BARRISCALE
I , CHARLES RAY
i : LOUISE GLAUM
I , w ,v. in- " '
1 BEN TURPIN, io
i "DUCKING A DISCORD"
SynftU ml E4wU Onwi ia Patht
iNiwi. U1mJ Today. -- ,
MIKEOLA, U tr A w MrOtn wlwleM
tlgrph, MpsbU of MmmunloRtinv rai
Min within radiui of 10 atiltu, U
twttfd for M by tht UnitW SUtti Oov
OAKLAND. CAU-Mlrmnir tchool lrli
81 v fin exhibition of thlr rowing bil
r in their snnual (all rtiatU on Lke
M err. it.
T. THOMAS, D. W. L Shtni u overturn
d and others wnihed hort in a tern f if
fcnrricana that ivwpi the Danish West
IndiM, ioon to baeomt the proportjr of
the Unitd StaUa.
MONTRKAU CANADA Sir Sam Hughaa,
l MinUtor tf Militia, rtviawi t.000 txogp.
fho arc about to leave wr aarvic in
rne. on tha Canadian drill grounds at
Champ d Mara.
PARIS, FRANCE Muny new nutomobfl
ambulances art presented by tha Rou
manian Government to bar vaJlantralltae,
tba armiaa in Franoa. ,
8 A LO NIC A. GRSKCE The silled fleet pro
tocttng their troops on Or.-sk toil, viva
apretaeular dmttonatratlon of their invin
cible strength to warn enemjp powers ot
their reaoluta determination.
WASHIN;TON, I). a Tha aapitol rcetva
its annual bath before tha winter session
of Congress convenes.
BAN FRANCISCO, CAU The revival of tha
American flag on the Pacific ia now as
sured; an the new steamer Veneiuelt tha
second ship to roe a me the Oriental run,
starts on Its maiden voyage.
ALDERSHOT, ENGLAND-Before leaving
for tha front tha Royal Engineers are
given a tasta of aatual warfare sondi
. tions to better prepare them to aseet tkelr
stubborn fog. '
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i Ut Sell You Theater Already Equipped.
For the past eight years we have furnished machines
r and equipment to 90 per cent of the Theaters in Ne
i braska and Iowa. Write for further particulars.
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FIRST HALF ,
In Act Somewhat Different
Comedy and Harmony Singing
in "HtHiwu int. aviu-M
' - LAST HALF.
Champion Midget Boxer of the World
' Presenting ;'v
"A DAY IN A GYMNASIUM",
in "THE TEMPTATION OF ADAM"
I I iannaissasaaasnaaan-ei nlllllllllllllllllllllllllr:
DUCAT 10 NAL PICTURES
"HELENS FROM THE NORTH"
Beautiful Scenery Wonderful Acting
Though Yon Mey Shed T.ere, You
Will bo Carried to Joyful Leufbter.
"THE OUITTER" '
"SHADOWS OP SUSPICION"
The Cotnedieo aro
"KNIGHTS OF A BATH TUB"
"ANY OLD DUKE'Li.DO"
1 BIO ACTS OF VAUDEVILLE
EDWIN AUOUST. la
"EVIL CURRENTS" Drama
' - Triangle Comedy.
. Seo FRANCES NELSON
and ARTHUR ASHLEY
, . In
A Virile and Blood Sllrrlng Story Da
nendinf up-tothe-minuta Interest.
ALWAYS A OOOO
Pn mount nut
Open From 11 to 11 Daily
. TODAY AND MONDAY
Franklhi Farnum and Agnea Vernon
' la a Bluebird Photoplay
.'A Strangar From Somewhere"
A Play That Rlnga True
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
2?A.fc5IM,,1M,,r remans Dancera
MAURICE aad FLORENCE WALTON
"THE QuIsTOF LIFE"'
.' RHEA MITCHELL
Star al "Damaged Cauda" la
"Philip Holden Waster"
A Thrilling aad Feecui.tlng Story ,
. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Theodora Roberta and Aalta King
"ANTON, THE TERRIBLE"
100 ADMISSION 10c
TUP DPY uthBnd
i nr. it c a DougiH
TODAY AND ALL WEEK
Fmioui Sinford Comedians
Musical Comedy and Vaudeville
Thl wiorad troup h compoeod
( many axparlancad aetort, ,
HARRY Ca SANFORD,
Managar and. Produer,i
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' ' Loading Laity, From Nev York
PEARL BRICCS .
LOUIS CLEMMENTS '
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DrumnMr, Juat Free. ta Coast
Loader of tha Orcaealra
JESS BANKS (Graa.y Plf)
Wo Aro Now Oporatinf Undar
You Can Sao THE BEST
Photoplays of Raoant Ro- .
1 Commencing E
I Nov. I
Stars Who Will Shine on Screen for
Magic Theater Features -
Metro Pictures Today
May Allison and Harold Lock
wobd have the leading roles in "The
Masked Rider" today at the Msiic.
There is also a Red Feather film, "The
Path Beyond the Winds," s drama
picturing a beautiful story. Features
and serial pictures are billed for the
coming week. '
, "CANNED CURIOSITY"
w 'tHE ETERNAL CHALLENGE" i
; j And Comedy .
"THAT DOO GONE BABY"f
A gripptbg pioture of Border Life.
LIEUT, DANNY OP THE O. S. A."
A Second Mary Pick-ford
' , JUNE CAPRICE
Capriea of tha Mountains"
Caau, Boys and Clrla, and Moot the
new makt rlCRf ORD
BETTY MANSEN , '
- l .. In -.
"A Woman's Roaurr.ction" ,
A Faotavtay Worth Comtag Dawa
. i own i. Aiieno.
Dine Well Here-
la a room especially fitted
up for "Movie Enthusiaata."
' : The ""'
Has upon its walls the pictures
of the leading faYoritea.
II "VVttl ov 1 I
' S ai i I""
A PHOTOPLAY THAT WE KNOW WILL PLEASE
"A Stranger From Somewhere"
. Today and Tomorrow First Showing at
THE HIPP THEATER
And a BLUEBIRD can be seen every Sunday and Mon
day at this theater, which believes in pleasing all Photo
play "Fans." ... , . ;
Glance over the following list of theaters in Omaha
alone who show Bluebirds and you will know the reason
we say: v
'That if it' a BLUEBIRD it must be good."
Park Princess Com :' Apollo
Ideal Hamilton ' Star ' Diamond
Mafic Columbia . Dundee ' Lyric
Omaha Franklin ' Benson
Alamo Hippodrome Clifton '
Loyal . Monroe' Roper, Council Bluffs
' A few motion picture houses in 'Omaha do not show
; . , . BLUEBIRDS YET. "
v '. , We suggest that they call. $nd see us. - ' ; , ;
Wm. Desmond in Remarkable
Role at the Grand Today
At the Grand theater today the fea
ture is "Lieutenant Danny of the U.
S. A," in which William Desmond
takes the leading part. Monday, Wil
liam Fsrnum is seen in "The New
Governor," and on Tuesday Holbrook
Blinn takes the leading role in "The
Hidden Scar." A later announcement
will be made about the program for
the end of the week.
Z "SOMEWHERE ON THE BATTLE- I
I "LIBERTY" "
I I "SHADOWS OF SUSPICION" I
I .Aad Comedy. . . I
. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
"His Picture uilhe Paper"
By For tho Most Laughable Picture
You Have Ever Soon Him In.
TODAY TRUE BOARDMAN
MONDAY GOLD ROOSTER DAY
TUESDAY MARY PICKFORD
THURSDAY CHAS. CHAPLIN
FRIDAY WILLIAM FOX PLAYERS
DARE DEVIL LARKINS :
I PALM THEATER
U ISM Douolos Straot. M
13S0 Douglos Stroot. t
Giroa its patrons the best show
in the city for tho money.
"Girl From Frisco"
"Jess of the Foot Hills"
Good Comedies, Etc.
The Famous Jew Comedian
LEW ROSE A CO.
Omaha This Week
Douglas Fairbanks Feature
Attraction at the Dundee
Douglas Fairbanks created a five
reel comedy, "His Picture in the
Paper," the feature offering at the
Dundee today. Monday, Ella Hall
in "The Love Girl;" comedy, "The
French Milliner," a Keystone. Tues
day, Henry B. Walthall in "Pillars of
Society; Wednesday, A Woman s
Way, features Ethel Clayton, and
Max Swain in the comedy, "Vampire
Ambrose;" Thursday, Fox offers
Ber(ha Kalich in "Ambition;" Fri
day, "The Place Beyond the Winds:"
Saturday, Bessie Barriscale appears
in nome. .
Three Stars in Leading Roles
At Diamond Theater Today
Adele Blood, Edwin Stevens and
Montague Love are seen today in
"The Devil's Toy," the feature picture
at the Diamond, The program for the
week is furnished by the Mutual,
General and Laemtnle film exchanges.
The names of each picture will be
announced later. -
Keystone Comedy 1
lUII ICE? Home of I
III W9En mount Pictures
"The Flower of Faith"
A Powerful Story of Early
Frontier Life. '
Spectacular, Striking Night
Commencing Tomorrow, (November 13th)
Continuous Performances, 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
All Seats 25 Cents.
The Dramatic Sensation
of the Season
."Humanity's most powerful weapon against the
premeditated destruction of the unborn."
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"A smashing, daring subject, done in a smashing,
Good women and wise men praise this daring
Muse Offers a Bran New
International Film for Today
"The Flower of Faith," an Interna
tional Film company release, will be
presented to the Mtise patrons to
day and tomorrow, featuring Jane
Grey and Frank Mills. A Selig news
and a comedy will also be shown.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
Blanche Sweet, the Paramount star,
in "Unprotected." The latest events
will b shown in the International
news; also a comic cartoon. Dustin
Farnum, in "A -Son of Erin," the new
Paramount picture, will be the attrac
tion for Friday and Saturday.
Omaha Features Many Stars
During the Week's Schedule
Today Edward Arnold and Alice
McChesney are seen at the Omaha in
"Marooned." Two other pictures.
"Here and There" and "The Curse
of the Forest," are offered. Monday
Charles Ross, in "The Senator;"
Tuesday, "The House of the Golden
Windows;" Wednesday, "At the End
of the Rainbow," featuring Myrtle
Gonrales; Thursday, "The Summer
Girl;" Friday, "The Masked Woman,"
"Animated Weekly" and "A Political
Tramp;" Saturday, Pauline Fredricks,
in "The Woman in the Case."
Norma Talmadge and
Mary Pickford at Strand
The attraction at the StrancJ today
is Norma Talmage in a story of an
artist model's life, "Fiftv Fifty," di
rected by Allan Dwan. The action of
the story is quick and snappy all the
way through, while a Keystone com
edy completes the program, plus a
Tuesday till Saturday comes Mary
Pickford in her latest, "Less Than
Dust." This is the first feature that
Miss Pickford has released under her
Vaudeville and Photoplays
Offered Palm Patrons Today
Lew Rose, comedian, will, be seen
in one of his acts, assisted by his
company, at each performance at the
Palm this afternoon and evening. The
feature pictures are "The Girl from
'Frisco" and "less of the Foothills."
The program for the week is a serial,
which otlers a pleasing penormance
"Love Never Dies" Is at
New Star Theater Today
A Bluebird is the feature at the
New Star theater today. Ruth Stone
house, Franklyn Farnum and Kings
ley Benedict appear in leading roles
in "Love Never Dies." In this picture
extreme care has been taken in the
photographing of each scene. The
week's program is filled with good
films of recent release. ,
Holbrook Blinn in Feature
Picture at the Monroe Today
The Monroe feature picture today
is "The Weakness of Man," taken
from the last play written by Count
Leo N. Tolstoi, Holbrook Blinn is
featured in this Fox production. A
later announcement will -be made of
the offering for the week.
Suburban Theater Offers
"The Revolt" as Feature
"The Revolt" it the Suburban
theater today is taken from the five
act play of this name which played a
long run in New York.' The program
for the week is composed of pictures
that will furnish amusement and in
terest. , ...
Magic Theater omaha
Metro rreoonta m
MARY ALLISON and S
HAROLD LOCKWOOD, In
"THE MASKED RIDER" S
3 "THE PATH BEYOND THE WINDS" S
33d St. and I
MARY PICKFORD I
"Hulda From Holland" J
Her Interpretation of Hulda, tha 1
littlo Dutch girl, furnlahee humor and I
eroatoo a aonuino heart appeal which 1
jreu cannot realat. I
Burton Holmes Travelog, Too
MONDAY EDITH STORY, in I
' "THE PRICE OF FOLLY"
Many Pictures of Worth
i At Princess This Week
At the Princess today, "The Quit
ter," a two-reel western drama;
"Shadows of Suspicion," a drama, and
two comedies, "Knights of a Bath
Tub" and "Any Old Duke'U Do."
Mondav, Franklin Farnam in a three
reel, "The Woman He Feared," and
an L-KO comedy. "A Million-Dollar
Smash." Tuesday, "Liberty," Ani
mated Weekly, "the Eyes of Love
and comedy, "Sweedy, the Janitor."
Wednesday, "The Yellow Menace,"
"Stumbling," featuring Agness Ver
non; a cartoon comedy and a travel
ogue. Friday, "The Devil's Bond
Woman." featuring Dorothy Daven
port. Saturday, "Guilty," "Lost in
Babylon" and two comedies, "A Ca
pable Lady Cook" and "Making Over
Mary Pickford in Feature
Picture at Boulevard Today
Mary Pickford will be at the Bou
levard today in a Paramount feature
picture, "Hulda from Holland." Mon
day Edith Storey in a Vitagraph play,
"The Price of Folly." General fur
nishes the program for Tuesday be
sides Paramount-Bray cartoons and
"The Count," a Chaplin comedy.
Wednesday Wallace Reid and Cleo
Ridgely in "The. House of the Golden
Windows." Thursday Theda Bara in
"Her Double Life." Friday "Dorian's
Divorce" features Lionel Barrymore.
A Sidney Drew comedy will be
shown, too. Saturday "The Crimson
Stain Mystery," and General pro
gram. Charlie Chaplin in His
Funniest Film at Empress
Charlie Chaplin will appear at the
Empress starting Monday this week
in his seventh two-reel comedy re
leasing through the Mutual. Ordi
narily the Chaplin comedy should
have been presented last week, but
Mr. Chaplin, actor-author-director,
refused to hear anything of it. He
demanded ten days more for the de
livery of his b,ain child, "Behind
the Screen." "Its the best idea I
ever had," wired the clever comedian
of the popular feet. "Give me ten
more days and I can make it the fun
niest comedy I ever appeared in."
They gave Chaplin thirteen more
days. See the result on the Empress
Liberty Serial Featured
At the Hippodrome Today
At the Hippodrome today "Lib
erty" is a feature of live interest.
"The Angel of the Attic," adrama is
also shown, and two comedies, "In
Onions There Is Strength" and "A
Charming Villian." Monday a mixed
program. Tuesday the Laemmle Ex
change furnish the pictures. Wednes
day Pathe News and "The Grip of :'
Evil." Thursday the "Yellow Men-'
ace.'1' Fox furnishes the feature for
Friday ! and a World film will be
shown Saturday. ,
Marguerite Clark Featured
At Lothrop Today and Monday
In "Helene of the North," Mar
guerite Clark will be seen at the Loth
top today and Monday. Mary Pickford
Tuesday in "Hulda from Holland."
Wednesday Alice Brady in "Tangled
Fates." The features for the last of
the week will be announced later.
A Second Mary Pickford
At Farnam, June Caprice
The feature at the Farnam today is
"Caprice of the Mountains." The of
fering Monday is Betty Nansen in "A
Woman's Resurrection." Feature films
will be shown the rest of the week
that represent the best of recent re
lease. CLIFTON THEATER
NEW STAR THEATER
Yes, It Is a
" GLORIANA "
LITTLE ZOE RAE
Wednesday-" The Escape'
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Today, Starting at I P. M.
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