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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 10, 1917.
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,S-, PHOTO PLAYS FOR OMAHA DEVOTEES 6-S5v
. UTH ROLAND, t'r In Patht'i Hteit
erlat, "Th Neglected Wti,- whlcn
li now pleasing Unr auaincM
t h AI ubo theater, wm married on
lUy 16 to Lionel T. Kent ot Los An gel en,
A quiet trip to J'ttrhoRiie. L. I whera the
litems waa obtained, was followed by the
performance of the ceremony at St. Paul a
"And I will not be a nirlectM wife.
cither' mlllnfly aald the l'atltt itar.
Don't believe all the arandal yon har
About motion picture pcoplo. Half th lies
told are not tru. Tha Oriental way ) bcit.
When tempted to any a hrtck at the pour
movie star, atop to consider la It true; la
It kind; la It neceuaryl it moil oertainly
Don't utterly condemn a picture juit be
cauan you do not like the amry or the atar,
or iome llttlo detail or certain treatment of
a acene. Judged In thla way, moit maater
(tlerea would be tc the Junk har. Judga
rlffhteoua judgment it you ar wlae enough
it not. don't Judgu at alL
At leaat two young men connected with
: local movie exchange are going to In ft
hort time be In the service of Unci Ham.
C. R. Allen, uelatant booker at tha local
General Film company office, haa Tealgned
hi poalMon and baa returned to hie noma
In Brook ton, Ind , with tha Intention of en
Hating Id tha navy. Fred Hunt, city aalea
xnan for tha Path exchange, alao haa an
application about to b accepted by the
Navy department that will taka him to one
of the navy yards. It la expected that a
number of other recrulta will be announced
id a few daya.
Grace Cunard haa a cold and talki
through her o." Jo Moora likewise
IV" cold and ao haa the amall dog. Tha
only member of tha family that la not
affected la the parrot and he talk through
hla beak all tha time. Joe Moore aaya that
the parrot la copying them, but Grace
aye It la just natural cuasedneai.
By Dick Willi.
Vw oft been aaked If I will kindly pan a
-Upon my favorite artlat Is tha moving pic
X beg to atato with tmphaata, I certainly
If preeeed for reaaona I moat aay I think
It bally rot.
The pagea of the magailnaa arc full of silly
And fulaoma adoration, aoma at length and
aome quite terae.
Admirera write auch awful foolish, maudlin,
Lat'a taka at random tome of It, then
analyse tha ituff.
"Xing Baggott la the man X love, X wish
that ho were mine,"
Why. woman, don't you know that Klng'a
bean married nulla a tima?
"George Walsh of Fox la my Ideal," a skit
tish damo wilt rave. He
Baa a charming wife, ma'am, and a really,
Dar Uargarlta Ffacher la the girl I'd
' like to hook."
Well, Harry Pollard caught her first, ao
elsewhere you must look.
"Oh I wed me, Howard Hickman," la an
other maiden's wall;
Bat Howard can't, he'a married to awaet
Proposals by tha doien to Visa Cunard
' fiha'a wedded, glided youth, ftvaunt, ah
only aaks for Moore.
A merchant from the middle watt a for
tune saya he'll blow In
On Vary Plckford, but aha thlnltf aha atltl
will go on Owen,
To William Farnum girls will writ, aneloa
tng tyva and ktsaes.
And every night he chuckle aa he ihowa
them to his lira.
"Qh, Henry, will you fly with meT" Toil
allly llttlo thing,
To Gypsy Abbott, Henry itlU remains her
lord and king.
To capture Cheater Conklln la another wo
Tut, Cheater Is a model and moat vlrtuoua
Another, "Cleo Madison, write fondly, Cleo
Alas, Alias Cleo Madison ts also Mrs. Feako.
A jTlrl advlaea Herbert Rawllnsoa she'd like
to meet him,
But If he did it s likely lira. Bawllnion
would beat him.
And others lop all over Inoe'a marvel,
Not knowing his certificate la aafetly tucked
By glnga, they go the limit, all these fool
ish half-baked klda;
You'd thing tha artists atood In line juat
. waiting for their bide.
Bo read thla warning carefully, or maybe
you may rue It.
And when you want to write mash notes,
think twice and then don't do It,
Stars Who Will Shine on Screen for Omaha This Week
try) te!wr4 s kMlffl
- r 1 C y Iwir1 "A
"Destiny's Toy." Monday, Marguerite Clark
will share honors with Koscoa (Fatty)
Arbuckle, Mine Clark appearing In "The
Fortune of Flfl" and "Fatty" being on the
bill In his first two-reel comedy made by hla
own company and released under the Para
mount banner, "The Butcher Hoy." He Is
now being billed as being "worth his weljrht
In lauKhti" and he certainly proven It In thin
acrtim. Other good pictures will bo ehown
the balance of the week.
Park Another splendid bill will be pre
sented at this theater today by Manager
Williams. The headline attraction will be
"Shorty" Hamilton In "Hhort Unearths a
Tartar." Other attraction will be Ham and
Bud In "The Bogus Bride," wherein Bud fa
the bride; Helen Gibson In a railroad pic
ture. "The Path of Peril," and "Dare-Devil."
Lark in In an episode of "Grant. I'olico Re
porter," called "A Mission of Htate." Mon
day, Wedgewood Nowell anil Botty Schade i
a Red Feather feature. "The Flower of
Doom," and u laughable Nestor comedy, i
themps of thla picture. Wednesday and
Thursduy, Clara Kimball Touwr will be the
attraction In "The Common Law," adapted
from the novel by Robert W. Chambers.
Kuhttrbnn t'arlylo Blackwel! wM be the
attraction at thla theater today in "The
Pa(te Mystery." It la a play with many
snow scenes For the comedy portion of th
bill will bn one of thu best two-reel Key
Htono coniedifH evor released from the Mark.
Sennett studloK, "Her Nature Dance." Tues
day only, Mary Plckford In "A Poor Little
Rich Girl," the bent subject shu has ever
been Hen in. To handlo tie rruwd a mati
nee will be given. Thursday, William 8.
Hart in "The Square Deal Man."
Diamond at thi lothop
Lillian WAlhrr Vivnn Martin
At tht imprest the Muse B'Mleui;,
Bills ftr Current Week
Hiin-o-Carlyle Blnckwell and June Elvldge
are the stars at the Hun theater today and
Monday in tholr latest feature entitled,
"Tha Crimson Dove," the story of a New
Tork actress, cause of a young man's
suicide, who goes back to her old home
In the country and meets the pastor of the
church, whom she learns to love. Mr. Black
well la aeen as the fighting parson and
Miss Elvtdga as the actress. Ham and Budd
are also shown In their latest comical ad
venture, "A Menagerie Mlx-Up," and cur
rent events ot tha world In motion pic
tures oomplet the program. Emmy Wahlen
returns In "Rowers and Reapers," a five,
act Metro wonderplay, which will be shown
on Tuesday and Wednesday, a story founded
on ft bride'a revenue. The eighteenth and
last episode of "Tha Great tiacret," star
ring Vrancla X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne, la on the aame program. Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday Ethel Barrymdre
returns to the Bun In a seven-act special
production entitled, "The Call of Her Peo
ple," adapted from) George w. Sheldon's
famous novel and play, "Egypt." . This
picture cornea direct from a week'a run
at the Rialto tehater In New York City
and Is aald to be the greatest screen work
Miss Barry more has ever done.
Helen. Holmes and J, P. VoGowan will
aoon be through their labor In "Railroad
Balder" and will at once start on a new
aerial, tha name of which has not been
fully decided. The new serial will have the
usual railroad atmosphere, hut will be con
nected with a startling mystery, one with
actual novelty attached to It. Some of the
acene will be taken on the Helen Holme
ranch at Utah.
Anna Little haa been engaged by Fred
Balshofer to play opposite to Harold Lock
wood In bis next feature and she la ex
pected to arrive from New Tork in a day
or eo. Anna haa been absent from the
Hollywood colony for some months and her
return Is looked forward to. Blond Har
old and dark Anna ahould make an excellent
contrast and they are a couple ot splendid
High estimates ot the picture value of
Sudden Jim" oome from the Culver City
camp. It te aald that Charles Ray, the
"Jim" at the story, has surpassed himself
and that the feature will be a worthy fol
lower up of "The Pinch Hitter," which
scored an Instantaneous sucoesi. "Sudden
Jim" was made In the lumber camps and
In one scene a high trestle was blown up,
100 pounds of dynamite and black powder
toeing used. The scene Is a moat realistic
one. Ray and company are back In the
security of Lo Angeles one more and are ,
preparing for another story, j
9. H. Richardson, projection expert ot
the Moving- Picture World, ts now touring
the United States In the interest ot better
Jrojectloa and wilt be in Omaha fiundny, j
url 17. He will inspect various Omaha
motion picture theaters and in the evening j
will deliver a lecture on better projection ;
at the Rome hotel, at which time a ban-
quet will be tendered htm by the Omaha
Motion Picture Machine Operators Local :
241. A large crowd la expected and the
meeting will be called to order at 11 o'clock,
Everyone Identified with the motion pic
ture business is welcome to attend the ban
quet and speaking afterward.
Then It Happened.
Burrows It la always the unexpected that
happens, you know.
Bangs Ah, then possibly you are golnr
to pay me mat siu
Empress How she saves her hero from
the designs of an unscrupulous woman and
a scheming blackmailer, makes "Sally in a
Hurry" the feature Vltagraph photoplay
preaented at the Empresa thla week for
four days, commencing today, a dramatic
offering which has all tho- elements of
suspense, surprise and heart Interest, Lillian
Walker has the lead. "tilx-Cylinder Love,"
with Tom Mix a the main fun maker,
marks the atart ot the William Fox comedies
at the Km press and this laugh-a-mlnute
picture will be a welcomed addition to the
4 Peep at Photoplays Coming Soon
Mii Murray ,
Johnny nnd JCmma Kay. ,
Monk Illoflor ,
Kitty Gordon ,
Mary Miles Mlnter
Gail Kane ,
Dorothy Phillips ,
Llttlo Madge JCvans
Emmy Wen lea)
Baby Marie Osborne
Klngsley Benedict ."
..In "At First Sight" Paramonnl
. . In "Big Timber" Paramount
..In "The I-ove That Lives" Paramount
..in "Coughing Htgglna" General
..In "The Downfall of the Romanoffs". .Nelznlck
..In "Vera the Medium" Selznlck
..In "A Beloved Traitor" Helsnlck
..in "Periwinkle" Mutual
..In "The Upper Crust" Mutual
..In "Pride and the Man" Mutual
..In "Little Mlaa Fix It"..'. Bluebird
..In "The Rescue" Bluebird
..In "My Mother" Bluebird
..In "Jack, the Good-for-Nothlng" World
..In "Jerry For Hhort" World
..In "The Guardian" World
..in "Patsy" Fox
..In "Jack and the Bean Stalk" Fox
..In "The Clodhopper" Triangle
, .In "The Paws of the Bear" Triangle
..In "The Haunted Pajamas" Metro
..In "The Trull of the Shadow" Metro
..in "Thais" Goldwin-
. .In "The Sacred King" (serial) Path
..In "When llaby Forgot" Pa I lie
..In "The Fires of Youth" Pathe
, .In "Man and Beast" ;.. Butterfly
Boulevard William Desmond will he the
photoplay attraction today and Monday In
i riangie play. "Uiood will Tell." The
story Is of the son of wealthy parents who
marries a chorus girl and la turned out to
shift for himself. The chorus woman makes
him a fine wife, and they live happily ever
after. Tuesday. Gladys Hulette In "The
Candy Girl;". Wednesday, William Mfth in
a Fox photoplay, "The Blue Streak;' Thurs
day, Charlotte Walker In "Pardners;" Fri
day, Seena Owen In 'A Woman's Awakon
Ing." and Saturday Marjorle Rambeau In
"The Greater Woman."
Alhambra One of the best shows ever
presented at this popuiar theater will be
shown today. Heading the list Is Charlie
Chaplin in his latest two-reel scream, "Easy
Street;'' Bessie Love In a Triangle feature,
"A Daughter of the Poor," and as a fitting
finish E. K. Lincoln In the fourth chapter
of "Jlmmle Dale, the Great Seal," the b-st
detective story or the day. Monday, Wil
liam S. Hart will hold attention In "The
Square Deal Man."
TiOthrop "Womanhood The Glory of n
Nation" will be shown for the last times
today at this theater. It was taken by the
Greater Vltagraph company In connection
with the United States army and navy and
shows events that might have happened to
this country If we had not taken up arms
aKalnst Germany and they had come across
the seas to conquer this country. Monday,
William Duncan and Myrtle Gonzalez In a
Vltagraph feature, "The Badge of Courage."
Grand Sarah Bernhardt will be the at
traction today In "Mothers of France." The
heroism of the French women Is possibly
better shown in this picture than in any
previous ones and the acting of Sarah Bern
hardt Is, of course, as usual, above reproach.
Monday. Susan Grandain in "Her Naked
Bohlff Today will see Gladys Brockwell
In a William Fox photoplay, "One Touch of
Sin," with the locale laid In thla country
and the gold field of Alaska. The HearHt-
Fn the News and a corned v will alao hn
shown. Monday, Franklyn Farnum in a
Bluebird comedy-drama, "Bringing Home
Father," Prohibition and suffrage are the
CARLYLE BLACKWELL, In
"THE PACE MYSTERY"
AUo the Funnieit Keyiton. You Ever
"PINCHED IN THE FINISH"
TUESDAY AND MATINEE
"A Poor LittleRich Girl"
Thursday WM. S. HART, In
"THE SQUARE DEAL MAN"
Telephone Harney 1806
Today at 2, 3:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9.
Paramount Pictures Offer
And a 2.reel comedy
Monday Bi Double Bill
"The Fortunes of Fifi"
Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle 5
In Hfs First Paramount Scream
"The Butcher Boy"
Tuee. PEGGY HYLAND."
Wed. ANN PENNINGTON.
Thure. BLANCHE SWEET.
Fri. DOROTHY KELLY.
Set. MURIEL OSTRICHE.
Sunday and Monday
Wilfred Lucas and
Lillian Giefc -
Pathe Weekly I
At the Strand i
HEARST PATHE NEWS
Synopsis of Events, Covered In Hearst
Pathe News, Reltasad Today.
Btrand Lillian Ol-h and Wilfred Luras
ar oo -starred Sunday and Monday ot this
weesMn "Love Triumphant." Both of these
performers ar seen to excellent advantage
in the leading rolea, while the remainder of
the oast leave nothing to be dealred.
"Wild Wlnahlp' Widow." Is the title of a
oomady with Dorothy Dalton In the leading
role, seen Tuesday till Thursday, while
Hack Swain nd Folly Moran have a Key
stone comedy called, "His Naughty
Thought," aald to be full' of thrills and
laughs. Friday and Saturday Florence
Reed Is seen In the latest Herbert Brenon
masterpiece, "The Eternal Bin." adapted
from Victor Hugo' well known novel,
Muse In "The World Apart," which fea
ture Wallace Held and Myrtla Stedman
and wtll be the attraction at the Muse to
day, Monday and Tuesday, Is a romance of
weatern mining camp and dance hall.
Friday and Saturday tha charming star
who scored such a suoceas In "Tha Spirit ,
of Romance" and "The Girl at Home" has
another chance to delight th Muse patrons.
inis time sn wm d seen aa a noor alrl
who poses aa a wealthy heiress In "Giving
Becky a Chance." This story la of a alrl
of very moderate means, who, wlahlns; to
Impreua wealthy strangers, foolishly at
tempts to deceive them as to her soct.il do.
sltlon. The results ar very nearly tragic.
Rrandele "The Sauare Deal Man." with
William 8. Hart In tha role of "Jack
Diamonds," will he tha attraction at the
Brandels today, when that house Inaugurates
Its new policy of rebooking auperfeatures
which have once been exhibited at the
Strand, The story concerns a gambler In
a desert town, who Is known for hla square
dealing and straight forwardness, who wins
all of a rich ranchers' money and a deed to I
the ranch. The rancher Is shot and Jark, I
disgusted with this last episode, quits the ,
gambling game forever and takea un Ufa 1
on the ranch which was deeded to him by
ins aeaa man, hi discovers mat a daugh
TO D AY-
CHARLIE CHAPLIN, la
BESSIE LOVE, in
"A DAUGHTER OF THE POOR"
No. 4 ol "JIMMY DALE"
ter of the former owner Is at school In the
east and he puts everything In order and
writes for her to come home, Intending to
turn the property over to its rightful owner.
A foreman commences to make trouble
until aa a climax the young woman dis
misses Jack and puts the foreman In charge
of the ranch. How Jack watches over her
from afar and finally rescues her from
the rascally foreman provides many oppor
tunities for the us of Harts famous six.
tlundea No show at this theater today
on account of popular request, but Monday
Anita Stewart will be seen In a Greater
Vltagraph feature "The Daring of Diana."
Miss Stewart,, always welcome. In this pic
ture Is said to be ahown to better advantage
than In any she has appeared In of late.
One nice thing about her features Is that
they are always refreshing and of a comedy
drama nature. The Hearst-Tat he News will
also be shown. Special attention la called by
the management to the high-class feature
offered for Friday only. Douglas Fairbanks
will be the attraction In the first produc
tion made under his own company and re
leased through the Artcraft pictures cor
poration. U la "In AgainOut Again," a
regular Fairbanks picture.
Hipp Dorothy Phillips and Ton Chaney
today and Monday In a notable Bluebird
release V'A Doll's House1 This Is the first
screen version of Henrik Ibsen's play that
haa served many of the best actresses of
the day, among them Mrs. Flske, Naxlmova,
Kllnore Duse, and Mary Shaw, It la prom
ised that no palna or expense have been
soared to make this a production that will
long be remembered. The unual two-reel
comedy will also ba shown. Tuesday and
Wednesday Harry Carey and a notable cast
in "The Tnree uoaiamers," a comeay-
drama of the first water. The Thursday
performance will ba announced later. Fri
day and Saturday come Loutse Lovely, Mig
non Anderson and Alan Holubar In a But
terfly production "The Field of Honor."
The storv has a military setting for ths
background which makes It a timely pro
duction. Diamond Joan Sawyer and Stuart Holmes
will be the attraction at thla theater today
In the William Fox photoplay "Love's Law."
- PAD IT mth and i
rilA California f
I TODAY ?
i SHORTY HAMILTON in
A "SHORTY UNEARTHS A TARTAR" ?
GRANT Polic Reporter."
? In tha Path of Peril" Ham and Bud
Joan Sawyer won her laurels on the stage aa
a dancer and the action of this story per
mlts her to display her ability on more
than one occasion. Lonesome Luke will
furnish the comedy portion of the bill In
"Luke's Huey Day." Monday Charlotte
waiter in a ratne (Jo id Rooster play "Mary
Lawson's Secret," replet-i with unusual and
Marie (South Side) June Canrlcn will he
the photoplay attraction at this theater to
day In her latest William Fox photoplay, "A
Small Town Girl." The story Is of a "small
to.wn Girl" who lives In dreams of some time
living In a big city like the pictures she
sees In the Illustrated Sunday paper that
comes to her town. Monday, Little 3oe Rae
In a Butterfly production, "Tha Circus of
Alamo Herbert Rawllnson and Neva Oer
her will be offored today In a Butterfly pro
duction, "Like Wildfire." Th action almost
entirely takes place In a small town and
when the hero of the story lights there he
shows them more "speed" and excitement
In two days than they had seen for two
years. Monday, Kdith Roberts In "Little
Moccasins," Betty Bchade In "The Midnight
Mystery" and a comedy, "Breaking the
A polio Manager Monashan nffr tnow
Louise Huff In a Paramount nlctura.
Sarah Bernhardt I
I 'Mothers of France' 1
I Tuetday, WM. S. HART in 1
1 "THE SQUARE DEAL MAN"
f Sat., NORMA TALMADGE I
Last Times Today
In the Greateit Patriotic Spec
1 tacla ever hown
GLORY OF A NATION"
Second Run in the Citv
Adults 15c Children 10c
1 to II p. nt.
PEKING, CHINA President LI Yuan Hung,
whose administration faces a crisis as a
result of the revolt now spreading
throughout the republic.
FORT NIAGARA, N. Y. Members of th
United States Coast Guard Service give an
exhibition of their-' work In rescuing th
crews of stranded ships.
CAMBRIDGE. MASS. The great Harvard
Stadium Is converted into a training
ground as the college regiment prepares
tar Mf a)rvia.
rYASHJNGTON, D. C Ex-Prrsldeat Tnft
and members of the Red Crois Council teat
th products of a field hospital kitchen
at Ft Meyer.
fN FRANCE Ruined cities mirk the path
of the Teuton retreat on the western front,
and scarcely a structure is left intact.
BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. The body of
Georg W. Guthrie, lata Ambassador to
Japan I brought to this country on the
Nipponese cruiser Asuma,
CHICAGO, ILL. On thousand girl studenta
tft tha Austin High School turn their
eighth annual field day into a patriotic
'HARLESTOWN, MASS. The Supply Ship
Bridge Is ready to Join Uncle Sam's sea
forces, and is placed in commission at th
LOS ANGELES, CAL. Field Artillery re
cruits ar given practical instruction in
warfare under condition existing on th
battle fronts r
mum i" "wmmmmmmm
Today and Monday I
CARLYLE . f
Coming Thursday I
NO SHOW TODAY
Monday ANITA STEWART, in
"THE DARING OF DIANA"
In hit tint auperfeature
"In Again Out Again"
(The Sunshine Maid), in
Little Zoe Rae
"The Circus of Life."
I Anita Stewart
j "TheGlory ofYolanda" (
Earle Williams I
5 in s
I "Apartment 29" I
I Friday Franklyn Farnum 1
TODAY AND MONDAY
"A DOLL'S HOUSE:
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
The Three Godfather,"
Thursday To Be Announced Later
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
"The Field"o7 Honor"
M Ui I M M I I I II I f H li' M VI
ROHLFF . 2S
Today at 2, 3:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9
. Gladys Brockwell
"One Touch of Sin"
, "Bringing Home
"Skinner's Dress Suit"
WEDNESDAY a THURSDAY
Clara Kimball Young
In a Superb Version of
"The Common Law"
Bated on the widely read and
muchly discussed book by
Robert W. Chambers.
ADULTS, 15c; CHILDREN, 10c
Julius Steger j
"The Stolen Triumph"
m . a a 1 a a a a x .11
S 33d and Leavenworth 5
S Telephone Harney 5272
s Today and Monday
1 "BLOODWILL TELL" I
I GLADYS HULETTE
"THE CANDY GIRL" I
S Wednesday 5
WILLIAM NIGH E
S in 2
5 "THE BLUE STREAK"
S ' Thursday E
WM. S. HART
"THE SQUARE DEAL I
BECAUSE The Strand Theater turns people away during the runs
of moat of their super features.
BECAUSE Many, owing to bad weather, absence from the city,
sickness, or previous engagements are unable to see
some particular favorite.
BECAUSE Many requests are received, to re-book the more popu
lar stars and features.
BECAUSE In nearly every city the size of Omaha, the same fea
- tures are shown at two or more down town houses.
BECAUSE The Strand hat a complete program of new featurea
booked in advance at all times.
BECAUSE Manager Thomas of the Strand, and Sutphen of the
Brandeis believe that Omaha will patronize two show "
ings of the best features. '
THEREFORE Beginning today and on every Saturday and Sun
day hereafter, the Brandeis will offer super features
which have previously been shown at the Strand and
for which many requests for a re-booking have been
BECAUSE Douglas Fairbanks, Wm. S. Hart and Mary Pickford
are the most popular stars, these features will predom.
' inate, but any Strand feature will be re-booked if a
sufficient number of requests are received.
BECAUSE The film rental is less for a second showing, the ad
mission will be half that charged for the first exhibi
tion. The attraction today will be
WM. S.HART, in
"THE SQUARE DEAL MAN"
Strange to say it rained and rained hard when this picture was
shown at the Strand and many of you missed it.
Clara Kimball Young in "The Easiest Way."
(LAST OPPORTUNITY BETTER DROP IN. ,
Next Sat.: Clara Kimball Young in "The Easiest Way."
COIviKLtTiL NtW aHUvf I OUAY
I BEST AMUSEMENT VALUE IN TOWN
1 fiDCATCD 1ITAPD A nu
uiikH i a. viinunMrn
"SALLY n A HURRY"
1 1 Inf
In the Story of a Lass Whose
Dreams Came True
I Extra Attraction
"SIX CYLINDER LOYE'J
il Side- Splitting, Rollicking Humorous Affair, Directed by this expert jU -1m
i director, TOM MIX A Smile Every Foot A Roar Every Reel. 1 ft
W IN ADDITION TO OUR RIO VAIIDPVII IF PDnr.Dlu 9,"
IN ADDITION TO OUR BIG VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM.
Three Changes This Week
THE HOUSE THAT PUT
AMUSE IN AMUSEMENT
Continuous 2 to 1 1
TODAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
WALLACE REID in "THE WORLD APART"
' A Stirring Drama of the Great West
RUTH ROLAND in "THE NEGLECTED WIFE"
ANITA STEWART in "CLOVER'S REBELLION"
"THE WAR," Official Government Pictures
. FRIDAY, SATURDAY
VIVIAN MARTIN in "GIVING BECK Y A CHANCE"
VICTOR MOORE in "BUNGALOWING"
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