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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 1, 1917.
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PHOTO PLAYS FOR, OMAHA DEVOTEES 6-S3v.
GRAND
TODAY
, Robert Warwick
Doris Kenyon
"A GirTsVolly"
Ham and Bud Comedy
Bill for Current Week
Empress A bill of exceptional mrlt la
scheduled for the Empress during the pres
ent week. ' Starting; today and continuing
throughout the first half, Bryant Wash
burn is to appear In "Skinner's Dress Suit."
1 This picture la from Henry Irvine Dodge's
intensely numin ana nigmy amusing story
In the Saturday Evening Post. It la the
story of how a dress suit leads a clerk
up the ladder and lands him at the top in
both society and business. The third In
stallment of "The Rattle of the Homme,"
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TODAY 5
I STUART HOLMES, in I
"THE SCARLET LETTER."
5 A Screen Veriion of Hawthorne', Immortal Claiiie
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Wednesday Only
"THE EAGLE'S WINGS." A
J Tha Greatest Preparedness Picture of All Times S
3 Endorsed by President Wilson and Members of the Cabinet E
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real war pictures taken In the trenches In
France, also will b shown. All the ma
chinery of the great war la shown In ac
tios on the screen and men ara seen to
fall as they charge from their trenches.
The fact that there Is nothing faked about
the pictures make them the more Impres
sive. Beginning Thursday Charlotte Walker
will be seen In "Mary Law son's Secret," a
five-act human interest drama.
Strand Three changes of program hold
forth at the Strand this week, commencing
today, when the offering la Wilfred Lucas
in "A Love Sublime," an adaptation of
"Orpheus,' a short story recently appear
ing In Collier's Weekly. Heart Intereat,
love, thrills and comedy constitute a very
pleasing picture one that will even pleaso
the Jaded picture goer. Tuesday till Thurs
day the funniest Keystone In ages -Charles
Murray and Louise Founds In "Mangle's
First False step." Laughs, more laughs.
men still more laughs is the best possible
description of this picture, Enid Bennett
In "Little Brother" la the feature and It
la one of those likeable stories, cleverly
produced and acted the kind that appeal
to most every one. Friday and Saturday
comes Shirley Mason In "Passion," one of
"The Seven Deadly Sins."
Sun The Sun Is showing this week three
of perhaps the strongest programs since
the opening off the theater. Today and
Monday Ethel Clayton Is starred In "Man's
Woman." Miss Clayton portrays the role
of a young married woman who Is made but
little better than a house cat by her hus
band and by his two maiden aunts, with
whom the couple live. Though she loves
her husband, the wife cannot Stand the
Stars Who Will Shine on Screen for Omaha This Week
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TODAY and MONDAY TUESDAY nd WED. THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
Ethel Clayton Lime. Petrova Theda Bara
1N - I"- IN
"Man's Woirfan" "T(e ",,eGr??test
v ' onto" Love"
A Pleaing Star, of the Womn'. Firtt and Greate.t The Story of a Girl'. Su-
Problem, of Modern Married - Secret I Bared in Thit preme Sacrifice for
- Powerful Play. , Mother's Ambition.
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The way of the transgressor is short
as well as hard when "The American
Girr is on his trail.
; The -spirited part played by a beautiful girl in pioneer
life and adventure in the camp and on the plains is depicted
with wonderful realism in these dashing, spectacular photo
dramas. ' ;
The American Girl
Py Frederick R. Bechdolt
is a charming, fearless, quick-witted daughter of the great West Alert,'
impulsive and resourceful, she rides through these vivid pictures on her
high-spirited horse alwavs readv for anv adventure, no
matter how dangerous, which will prevent a crime or
redress a wrong, i
- See every one of these powerful, intensely interesting
jjjciurs--a new one every weeK a complete story in A r
''V ijcu luaruioais. a ivaiem prouuc tion, ana
worthy of the high reputation of the producer, f -'mm
' ' DISTRIBUTED By GENERAL FILM CO., Inc.
"THE AMERICAN GIRL" PICTURES ARE NOW SHOWING IN THE FOLLOWING THEATRES
Mane?
WONDERLAND
. Lincoln, Neb.
PALM
I4tk and Doughs
QUEEN
Dm Mown, la.
LINWOOD ,
Tarkio, Mo.
LILV ,
Lincoln, Neb.
Tuaeear '
HIPPODROME .
Zlth ut Cumin-.
JEWELL
, Beatrice, Neb.
GEM : '
Oloua City, I;.
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' LILY -
, Lincoln. N.b
TuMrfay
MAJESTIC
Council Bluff., H,
JEWELL
Lincoln, Neb.
Weaneeear
LOTHROP
2 lib and Lolhrop.
LYRIC
Sioux City, I.
llYRlC
Wjrmota, Nob.
, ideal'
ISth and Dorccs.
Tnundaf
LYRIC
Cioux City, Ir.
' CRAND
On Moinea. la.
, Tnuraaar
AUDITORIUM
Saward, Nab.
ALAMO
24th and Fori.
Friday
COLONIAL '
Grinoll, la.
GRAND
16th and Binney.
LYRIC
Fort Dodio, la.
COLUMBIA '
Cedar Rapida, la.
Saturday
REX
Ottumwa, la.
DIAMOND
24th and Lain.
Saturdar
DEAN
York, Nab. .
NEVADA
NaTada, la.
'colonial
Grinnoll, la.
MAJESTIC
Grand laland, Nab.
Sunday
-. " BESSE
South Omaha.
PALM
14th and Dougla.
ROYAL
Daa Moinoa, la.
MARYLAND
13th and William.
GEM
Daa Moinca, la.
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G-ishf
Attie
Grand
Jt-tAeCVuse At the Sun
monotony of the situation. She Is about
at her wits' end when fate takes a hand
in her ltfe and solves her problem In a
startling manner. The latest comedy ad
venture of Ham and Bud and the newest
world's events completes the bill. What was
the secret of the first woman? This all
Important question Is answered In "The
Secret of Eve," which will be shown Tues
day and Wednesday with the gifted Mme.
Petrova as the star. Mme. Petrova has
never been called upon to do a mora diffi
cult piece of work than tn this production,
la which she portrays four different char
acters. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew In
"Locked Out," their latest comedy, and
Bushman and Bayne In "The Great Se
cret" are on the same program. On Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday Theda Bars ap
pears In "Her Greyest Love," a sumptji-
MONROE
Today
ROBERT- WARWICK
in
"ALL MAN"
ione
Harnay 1806
APOLLO -SiS
29th and Loaranworth
Today at 2, 3:45. 5:30, 7:15, 9
Pauline Frederick
" A U d"r E-Y "
Charlie Chaplin, hi "The Woman'
Monday Frank Mclntyrs, In
"The Traveling Saleaman"
ous William Fox special feature. This story
Is founded on Qulda's famous novel, Moths,"
and In It Miss Bars portrays first a young
and, -Innocent country girl who is sacri
ficed on the altar of her mother's mbltton
and later that of a woman of the world.
Blase Another week of stars at the Muse
of exceptional popularity In the most popu
lar photoplays. Anita Stewart tops the
week's bill in "The More Excellent Way,"
which will be shown today and tomorrow
only. The lavish settings, fine photography,
lighting and tinting effects, comblnedd with
a story that is novel, full of heart Inter
est and pathos and the work of a well
chosen cast all deserves comment. "The
Spring Idyl," one of Paula Blackton's coun
try life stories, will also be on the pro
gram. Sessue Hayakawa In "The Bottle
Imp" will be the attraction for three days,
beginning Tuesday, with picturesque
Hawaii for a background, an erupting vol
cano and a wild struggle In the Hawaiian
waters. Mrs. Vernon Castla will also be
on the bill at "Patrla" In the twelfth epi
sode of the serial. "As Men Love," fea
turing House Peters and Myrtle Stedman,
will be the attraction for the last two
days of the week. A story of human in-
SUBURBAN Am..""1
Today, Continuoua From 2: IS
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
la at Hit Bui in
"MANHATTAN MADNESS"
FAVORITE yix.
TODAY
' LOUISE LOVELY
In
"THE MYSTERIOUS MRS. "M1"
Ham and Bud Comedy.
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J.;. KIRK 1
1 Former Manager of Pathe Exchange
E Takes pleasure in announcing that he has assumed the management of E
" The Fontenelle Feature Film Co.
E He can rent you the best of state-right features, such as C. Aubrey :
s Smith in "The Witching Hour;" Frank Keenan and Enid Markey in
s "War's Women;" Beatrix Michelena in "The Unwritten Law;" "Little :
Lord Fauntleroy," "Uncle Tom's Cabin," etc.
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SUNDAY AND MONDAY
' April 1st and 2d
WILFRED LUCAS, in
"A LOVE SUBLIME"
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terest and tells of the torn friendship of
two men and a fickle woman.
Suburban Douglas Fiorbanks will be the
attraction at this theater today In the story
of a young westerner who says there is
nothing to excite him In New York. From
the time he alights from the train you will
see more than you have seen for some time
In "Manhattan Madness." It Is suggested
by Manager Hallgren that patrons arrange
to come In the afternoon and avoid waiting
for seats,
Apollo This theater presents to Its pa
trons today Pauline Frederick in the screen
version of Mary. Johnston's famous novel
"Audrey.'' It Is the story of a simple girl
of the wilds, who, rescued from Indians when
a baby, is later made the household drudge
of a hypocritical minister and his wife,
Charlie Chaplin will also be on the bill In
"The Woman." Monday comes Frank Mc
lntyrs) In "The Traveling Salesman." This
Is the same production which made for him
Buch fame on the speaking stage and it Is
fully as good In the Paramount photoplay.
Grand Robert Warwick and Doris Ken
yon will be the offering at this theater to
day In a picture different than any that has
ever been shown to the public. In the tell
ing of the story it shows how motion pic
tures are really made and takes you through
every phase of the production. Ham and
Bud will furnish the comedy part of the
bill. Monday, Francis Bushman In the
fourth chaptfsr of "The Great Secret," Hank
Mann In a Fox film, "Chased Into Love,"
and other pictures.
Diamond Theda Bara will ba the attrac.
tion at this theater today in her latest Fox:
feature, "The vixen." She Is here seen in
a picture In which she duplicates her for
mer successes. 'Monday, May be lie Spaulding
In "Cupid's Thumb Print," "The Lucky
One," "The Old Fpurth Ward" and Helen
Hawaiian Maid and Volcano
Figure Strong in This Film
Many were the adventures which
befell Sessue Hayakawa and his com
pany, who will be seen at the Muse
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
in the Lasky-Paramount production
of Robert Louis Stevenson's famous
story, "The Bottle Imp," when they ,
were in Hawaii. Mr. Hayakawa, his
director, Marshall Neilan, and the
camera man, with a corps of assist
ants and several American members
of the company, journeyed over to the
islands expecting to engage a Ha
waiian cast there. The leading wom
an, Lehua Waipahu, is a member of
a very high Hawaiian family, and,
while she is a talented amateur
actress, it was with great difficulty
that they secured her parents' consent
for her appearance in moving pic
tures. Nearly a week was consumed
before this consent could be obtained,
but Mr. Hayakawa and Mr. Neilan so
won over her parents that they per
mitted many of the scenes to be pho
tographed on their estate. The com
pany journeyed lo Kilauea, the fa
mous volcano, and a number of scenes
were taken in its depths. Mr. Haya
kawa and Mr. Neilan were nearly
overcome with sulphur fumes, so
great was their excitement in getting
some of the views.
Kirk to Manage Fontenelle
Film Company's Affairs
J. E. Kirk is one of the "old heads"
in. the movie business and was for
quite a while manager of the Pathe
exchange. Previous to this he was on
the road as a salesman for both this
concern and the General Film com
pany. His latest move is with the
Fontenelle Feature Film company of
this city, of which concern he has as
sumed the management. This com
pany operates in Iowa, Nebraska,
Kansas and Missouri in the state
rights field and only buys the best
the market affords in high-grade
features, and most all of thein have
stars that are recognized as having '
great drawing power. Mr. Kirk is
well and favorably known to prac
tically everyone connected with th
film business in this and the imme
diate territory, and there is no doubi
but that a splendid success will be his.
II
Anjta Stewart
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MORE
EXCELLENT
WAY"
at the
MUSE
TODAY -:- MONDAY
Gibson in "The Path of Peril." the first ot
"The Dangers of Dorlo" series.
Favorite A Bluebird photoplay will hoM
fqrth at this theater today. "The Mysterious
Mrs. M." is the title, and lovely Louis
Lovely is ths star. It is a pleasing comedy
drama of a man that is told by a fortune
teller that on a certain hour and day he
he will die. Ham and Bud furnish one of
three unbeatable comedies to the bill, and
Helen Gibson will be shown, In "The Death
Siding."
Ideal Mr. and Mrs. Dostal announoe the
reopening of this theater, which has been
closed for a short time in order that some
repairs and improvements could be made.
They are to be complimented on the open
ing picture, which Is Margarita Fischer In
"The Butterfly Girl." The California expo
sition forms most of the settings for this
daintr picture and the story Is of a little
girl whose only wish In life Is to see the
exposition, Monday, Ruth Roland In a
comedy-drama, "The Sultana." in natural
colors, from the studio of Pathe.
Xothrn Manager Jensen announces that
he will present today and tomorrow E. H.
Sothern, star In the latest Vltagraph Blue
-Ribbon feature, "The Man of Mystery." Mr.
( Sothern is seen to the beat of his ability in
this offering and he is one of the few great
nctors of the stage who loses none of his
personality on the screen. The usual "V"
comedy will also be shown on the same bill.
Monroe Robert Warwick will hold forth
at this popular theater today in a World
"Brady-made" feature, "All Man." There
la a splendid story to this play that Is told
tn a somewhat different way and in which
he will no doubt add many more admirers
to his already long Hat of followers. Mon
day will see a splendid picture that will be
announced later.
Magic Stuart Holmes will be the attrac
tion at this theater today only in "Ths
Scarlet Letter." This Is the screen adapta
tion of Hawthorne's immortal classic, and
William Fox has expended a great amount
of money to make the entire presentation t
correct as to settings and detail. Special
attention is called to the Wednesday offer
ing, "The Eagle's Wings." one of the great
est preparedness pictures that has ever been
produced. This picture has" been endorsed
personally by President Wilson and mem
bers of the cabinet. A copy of this picture
will always be preserved at Washington, and
It Is sa' t that It possibly might be used In
getting recruits.
IDEAL D6lrhc;.nd
TODAY
Margarita Fischer
In
"TH BUTTERFLY GIRL"
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Today I
I THEDA BARA
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"THE VIXEN"
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TODAY AND MONDAY
i E. H. SOTHERN
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YaudaTille and
Photoplays
ADMISSION
20c and 10c
Open 11 A. M.
lo 11 P. M.
TODAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
BRYANT . "SKINNER'S
WASHBURN m DRESS SUIT"
From Henry Irving Dodge's Intensely Human and Highly Amusing Story fa The
Saturday Evening Post A Clerk Buys a Press Suit Then Wins Fame and Fortune
"THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME"
(THIRD INSTALLMENT) '
WAR AS IT REALLY IS ACTUAL MOVING PICTURES OF THE
GREATEST STRUGGLE BETWEEN HUMAN BEINGS
- IN THE WORLD'S HISTORY.
Procnadi of tha Pictu ra go to relief work in the trenches.
See Theao Picture, Sunday Till Wednoiday.
I THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
V CHARLOTTE WALKER
IN
"MARY LAWSON'S SECRET"
Program Change Sunday and 'Thursday Don't Miss a Change.