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    THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 24, 1917.
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Ao-- PHOTO PLAYS FOR OMAHA DEVOTEES SvJ
"Doug" Fairbanks Has His
Troubles With Outlaw Broncho
"Although my father was a New
Hampshire man and my mother a
Virginian," recently aid Douglas
Fairbanks, who is playing this week,
Tuesday till Saturday, at the Strand
theater in "Wild and Woolly," his
second Artcraft production! "where
riding is accepted as a matter, of
course, I was born in Colorado. I
had never ridden one of those won
derful creations of the devil knovrn as
a 'bucking broncho' until 1 started
work in 'Wild and Woolly.' To stick
to one of these creatures one" must
be combination of sailor, bareback
rider, freight brakeman and lots yif
other things, so unexpected and multi
farious are his motions. Tie ran move
' in more acute angles than any other
beast in the world.
"A good 'outlaw' will go two and
a half or three feet into the air and
theiTland stiff-legRcd. and you must
be off your saddle just enough to
take the jolt. When he jumps, he 11
throw his head back and knock you
ovef the other end of himself if you
don't look out, or he pitches and
throws you over his head. Or, while
in the air, he humps his body up round
and rolls from side tn side with the
most awful 'sea-sirky' motion. You
might hang on if you could strip the
pommel of the saddle like grim death
and think of nothing elese, or if you
were permitted to keep both feet in
the stirrups. But that, wouldn't be
ethical. You have on foot in the
stirrup and with you free foot you
keep on scratching you mount's ribs
with the spur. At the same time you
fan his ears with your sombrero with
one hand, and with the other grip
. ping the rein, you try to hold his
head up.
' "I was pretty well discouraged by
my semi-aeronautical broncho busting
attempts until a cowpuncher came
along and took me in hand. I didn't
have verv much trouble after that
during the riding scenes of my new j
WCSlCin JHtlUIC.
Beban Adds an Unexpected
Touch of True Realism
George Beban, the famous Italian
character actor, who will be seen at
the Muse in his latest production, "A
Roadside Impressario," has a hidden
. passion that was not discovered until
the filming of this story, at the Pallas
studio. This passion is for breaking
dishes.
One of the incidents of the story is
where Mr. Beban is working as a
helper in a restaurant in order to raise
money to get Bruno, his bear, out of
jail. Beban finds an important paper
and certain members of his company
try to get it away from him. Armed
with a cleaver and a pan full of hot
soup he keeps them' at bay. This
scene takes place near one of the
racks in which the hundreds of clean
dishes, were stacked and tipping the
rack over had nothing to do with "the
story. Several people noticed during
rehearsal that Mr. BehaiL looked at
this rack with hungry' eyes, but
thought nothing of it, and as the
dishes were all borrowed from a local
restaurant, it was supposed the star
would do Jio damage; but while the
scene was being photographed Mr.
Beban managed to jump around in
such a. way as to tip over the entire
rack containing the dishes. As soon
as he had finished the scene, he
jumped up and down, and said: "By
golly I I knew I would get 'em."
George Walsh Gives Press
Agent a Right to Live
At last the press agent is immor
talized 1 ,
The, man whom actors love and
newspapers hate, who gets the ,hlame
for everything and receives credit for
nothing
ng, is finally to come in lor nis
own. Ho other than oeorge warsn,
William Fox star, is to interpret him
in the films, to imprint him on the
celluloid, to give him lasting fame!
In his newest production, "Some
Boy," George plays the role of "Joy
ous Johnson. After his college days,
he becomes publicity man for a large
hotel, and the stunts he "pulls" are
calculated to make sad the heart of
the real press agent. Incidentally, the
scenario has required that newspapers
be much kinder if George than they
would be to an off-stage p. a. ,
Also incidentally, George spend; his
spare minutes reading a book called
"1001 Ways to Get Newspaper Pub
licity." '
One of the funniest incidents is
said to envolve itself arntind "George"
wlten he disguises himself as a widow
to evade the detectives. This mirth
dispensing play can be seen today and
Monday at the Sun theateS
Movie Ramblers Hold First
Run and Enjoy the Trip
A new club hns been formed in local
movie circles under the name of "The
Movie Ramblers." The initial ramble
wai run off last Wednesday when a
party of sixteen motored to Valley
and partook of a big chicken dinner.
Ihose who took part in the chicken
hunt were: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Holah
of the Pathe exchange, Mr. and Mrs.
Getzler of the Vitagrapb company,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of the Strand,
Mr. and Mrs. C H. Taylor of the
General company, Jule Rachman of
the Grand theater and lady, George
H. Dodds of the World-Herald and
lady, Mr. and Mrs. McCafferv for
merly of the Boulevard; Wilfred Le
doux of the Empress and H. B. Watts
of The Bee. This club is just organized
for such a purpose as stated above,
and it is planned that a week from to
day a basket picnic will be held some
where near Gretna. An invitation Is
extended to all with cars to join the
party, and many more trips yill be
planned.
Thomas Has Them Guessing,
But They Believe in Him
We wonder what H. M. Thomas,
manager of the Strand has got up his
sleeve, or has he just gone plumb
daffy? On the screen at the theater
he has "Do You Believe in Me? H.
M. Thomas, Manager. Strand The
ater." He is running an add in all
the papers, has it in big letters on bill
boards and has, so he announced
mailed out several thousand postal
cards. Every mail brings lettets from
. patrons by the score "and he is even
thinking of having the telephone dig--connected!
so many .people call to in
quire. He maintains a ' sphinx-like
silence op the subject, however. The
hot weather might have something to
do with it, though-
Exposures
-BY KILOWATT-
THE LA8KT-PAH AMOUNT COMPANT
gave Julian Biting t contract thla
week that railed for a ruerinten, ac
cording to the report, ol 126,000 for
Mi ft rit aptvHal Nature, to tic mtJe tnnldft
of four warka, the picture people con
tracting fr two eurhy pictures wifh htm,
mill taking an opttofr on Mi eervlcee for a
third. It la further rumored that he will
hare tn the groia recelpta nf the ptcturen
he atari In. He baa already commenced
work on them. He took with him to the
atudlea forty-three trunke of wardrobe, to
ay nothing of two valeta, a chauffeur and
secretary. Not ao poor for a new beginner
In the movies.
The famoua Dolly Sletere have ben elgned
by the Hearat-Pathe picture Interest to
pose for a aerUa of features during the
eummer month when moat atage folk are
rfttlng It la aald to be thn flrat time
thy have appeared upon the screen.
Th mating ft the motion picture ei
hlbltora la at Tuesday at the Kontetielle wee
a greater success than had been the
fond nit hope of the Inatlgatora of the
movement. That1 the klmt of atuftthat
maid's life worth while. It la rertalnly a
theme that the fallows tn the buslnnss
have not gotten Into thla thing monthe
ago. But now that the state rfantiatlon
la well on Its way, we feel aure It wltl
be a grand and glorious success and rep
resentative of thla prosperous state. There's
only one way to tio theae thlngi and that
Is get In the li urn cue and sll pull together
Rfid you'll be hut prised at the rf-aults a I'd
good fHlnwfthli flint mn be attained. Let's
liope that every exhibitor In the state will
be at the convention to be held In Grand
Intend thla coming August. Above all eta
don't forget to attend the big convention
at Chicago, July 14 to 22,
Advance "dope" aays that the flerman
Hlh sasa fleet will be seen In artlon In
the Metro Wonderplsy, "The Great eit
Power," which stsrs Ethel Bsrrymora and
is booked at the Bun theater for an early
Showing. Theae art said to be the only
Pictures ever made of the linking of the
Gnelaenau, Hpandau and Bremerhoret, Ger
man battleahlps. The producer will not ssy
where he secured this nor what the cost
wai.
Anita Stewart Is reported to be quite
111 owing to a temporary break In health.
It la thought this was caused on account
of beginning work too soon efter a typhoid
fever Illness. She will no doubt be out of
pictures for a, few weeks. .
The first serial svsr produced from the
Ssturday Evening Post Is soon to be put
on the market by the Universal Film com
pany. It la called, "The Gray Ghost," and
la based on the story which ran In thla
publication under the title of "Loot." Eddy
Polo, Prlsrllla Dean, Emory .Tohnann and
Harry Carter are the featured players.
Kemember our old friend, .Tohn Bunny?
Well, the Vltagraph company announce ,
they ar soon to re-lsaue and re-title all
the plctitrea In which this popular comedian
appeared. There have been so many re- ,
queita that they have finally decided on ,
thin. He, of course, hat patmed away, but
his art will live on forever,- Then, too, there
are more people now attending the movies j
then there was when his plrtures were
uch a rage, and n dsubt people who have
heard of, hut not seen him, will be pleased
st Oie opportunity. Won't U eeem funny
and' like old times again to see such people
ae Clara Kimball You n sr. Mr. and Mrs.
Pldiley Drew and Flora Finch playing with
this Inimitable comedian?
Evidently Douglas Fairbanks' popularity
Is not mnflned to patrona of the el lent
drama- A recent mall brought him requests
for personally autographed photographs
from Theda Barn, tieraldlne Ferrer, W. 8.
Hart and Anita Stewart. This confirmed
that Fairbanks' popularity Is In hearty ac
rord with other screen celebrltlea dispelling
the so-catled Jtalouay that Is presumedly
evident In professional circles,
Believe muh, F. H. Richardson sure hand
ed both exhibitors and opera torn many a
.lolt last Sunday night whin he apoka be
fore practically all the prominent ones
Identified In the business at the Rome
hotel, 'Nc that this was needed In Omaha,
of couree, but it sure stirred a bunch of
tliem up and In quite 'a few theaters Im
provement Is noticed. All we need Is about
forty or fifty men of his caliber and every
one would toe the Una Instead of Just a
few. but then there la only one F. H. R.
Plnto. the colt which Helen Holmes re
cently shipped to her ranch In Utah, laat
Week tu given first prise among "Jitgh
schooled" animals at arecent stock show
it, that vicinity. This Is the horns which
Alias Holmes spent the better part of six
months training, a
Did yon aver atop to think tfiat a. good
way to forget the hot weather Is to go to a
good picture house, get interested In the
picture end llnten to splendid music. First
thing you know you'll forget If It's hot or
mild. Try It some time. By the by. do you
know theater managers spend thousands
of dollar and right here In Omaha, too. for
your comfort and that you may keep cool?
We'll be willing to warer that almoet every
theater IniOmnha Is from ten to thirty de
gree rooter than the thermometer shows
on iht outaide. fs It a bet?
Bills pr Current W eek
Strand With only two changes of pro.
gram at the Strand this week. It must he ss
aured fact that each picture la of unueual
excellence. Sunday and Monday the late
Richard Harding Davis' well known story,
"Vera the Medium.' has the place of honor
with Kitty Uofrdon as the chief performer,
while Tuesday till Heturday Douglas Fair
banks in his latest, "Wild and Woolly." wlh
lie the attraction. Fairbanks says he would
rather be In a western picture than any
other. For that, reseon'hia friends ran ex
pout to nee him at his best In one of these
productions. Of courns, the ever popular
Pathe Weekly wilt he on deck, as well as s
Keystone mirth -milter par ext'ellence. Next
week Mary Ptrkford In jXlttle American"
ami the following week Rex Beach's great
story, "The Barrier."
Hun George Walsh returns to the Bun
today and Monday In William Fox's latest
production "Some iBoy." Borne of the ath
letic stunts that he does will make your
blood tingle. Appearing opposite Mr. TV's Inn
In thla production la Miss Doris Pawn, the
Norfolk, Neb., girt, whoso wonderful rise In
the film world has been watched ao closely
by Nebraska movie fans. Boms exceedingly
tnt fronting vlcwa and events from all over
Die world are also ahown, and Ham nud
Bud in their latest comedy nklt "Thev
Couldn't Keep Out of Jail." On Tuesday aim
Wednesday Francea Nelson, one of Metro's
notnd emotional actresses, ta ahown In "The
Beautiful a five-art Metro wonder-
play built ori Ella Wheeler Wilcox's poem
"A Reverts In a Btstlon Houae." The fun
end of the progrsm Is furnlehed by Mr. and
Mra. Sidney Drew In their latest laugh-getter,
"Tootele." On Thursday, Friday and
Saturday Valeaka Suratt in "The Siren,"
an Intensely dramatic story plcturlilns? the
transgressions of an adventureaa.
Empress Alice .Toyr. one of the mst
popular atsrs of the photoplays, is at the
Kmpreas today for the first time in a fine
Vllagfnph drama entitled "The Question."
It la the atory of a woman forced to decide
between duty and convention who declared
for the former and defied foaslp, Harry
Moray appears with Miss Joyce In thla
Photodrsnis, A William Fox comedy, "Seeds
of Love." featuring Hank Mann, Is on the
earns bllL
Wuse Tho photoplay progrsm
at the
Muaa tneater this week
111 be uo to the
stsndard of this popular house. Aoday and
for the next three days the attraction will
be George Beban la "The Roadside Imprea
arlo." Mr. Beban la seen as a roaming
Italian with a trick pear performing for
the benefit of the children In wayside
HEARST PATHE NEWS
Synopsis of Events, Covered In Hearst
Pathe News, Released Today.
U. S. LINER MANCHURIA Is wrecked in
collision with the Monitor Amphi trite dur
ing a heavy fog In Now York Harbor.
AMERICAN AREO CORPS The daring
American aviators, who have seen active
service with the el Ilea, are now ready to
fly for Uncle Sam.
BATHING SUIT PARADB Immense crowds
turn out in Venice, Cel.. to get their first
glimpse of the latest Wathtng creations.
ALLY ENVOYS HONORED Princeton Uni
versity confers honorary degrees upon the
ambssaadors of the allied nations of tais
country.
St fir 8 Who Will Shine on Screen for
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A Peep Into Photoplays Coming Soon
Lou Tellegan In
Johnny and Emma Ray In
Grace Walsh In
Norma Talmadge, In
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Gall Kane . ...
Margartte Fischer..,
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Edna Goodrich
Myrtle Gonxales
Violet MacMllIon
Arthur Hoyt
Marie Walramp....
Dtietlo Farnum.
George Walsh
dane and Catherine Lee
William H, Hart
Bessie Barrlsrale
Jack Devereaux
Emily Htovens and Frank Mills.
Baby Marls Osborne....:
Gladys Hulette
Florence La Badle . . ,
Jack Mulhalr ,
Allen Hoi una r
George M. Cohan ,
Peggy Hyland ,
towns, he himself doing the trlcka the bear
is supposed to do, while . trying to earn
money to gat the bear out of Jail where he
had been Incarcerated for wrecking an
apiary. On the same bill which runs the
first part of this week, Ruth Roland will be
can In the sixth episode of "The Neglected
Wife." A News weekly will also be on this
progrsm. For the last three dsys Fatty Ar
buekle will be the offering In a two-reel
screamer, "The Rough House." The fea
ture will be Houae Tetera tn "The Heir of
Ages."
Brandele- A riotous madcap who causes
no -end of trouble for hvr guardians, the
officials- of a banking company, Is the
character assumed by Dorothy Glsh In the
Triangle-Fine Arts play. "Her Official
Fathers," which wlf! be shown at the
Brsndels theater Sunday. A company of
Chinamen recruited from the Los Angeles
Chinatown appears In the scenes depicting
an oriental restaurant and curio shop. It
is In this Chinese bsssr that Dorothy
smashes a 1600 vase and la threatened by
arrest unless she pays the amount at once.
Hipp Ruth Clifford will show here today
In per latest Bluebird photoplay. "A Ken
tucky Cinderella," It Is laid in the hills of
Kentucky and Is a sweet and simple tale
of ,a country miss that will hold the In
terest throughout. Tuesday and Wedneaday
J. Warren Kerrigan In "The Silent Battle."
is one of the moat powerful plays he has
ever been In. The. offering for Thursday
will be announced latter. Friday and Sat
urday Jack Mulhall, tn his latest Butterfly
success. "Tho Flame of Touth," a swift
moving drama of the Illustration of a gang
Of opal thieves by an athletic hero. Tha
diving and swimming scenes are said to
be remarkable and there Is also a tremend
ous fight scene.
Ktihlff It Is announced by the manage
ment that contract has bien signed for sll
of the Triangle productions which proved
bo popular at this house in the past and
will be presented on Sunday. Monday and
Fridays, starting today and Monday when
porothy Dalton will be ahown In "The
Darlt Road." Hearat-Pathe Newa and a
Triangle comedy alio are shown. Tuesdsy
Stuart Holmes in the screen version of Na
thaniel Hawthorne's novel, "The Scarlet
Letter." Wednesday and Thursday Clara
Kimball Young in "The Foolish Virgin."
Friday Dorothy Glsh In a comedy drama,
LOTHROP Lothrop
TODAY AND MONDAY
ANITA STEWART,
"Clover's" Rebellion"
ALAMO .2oV;tTD
Today
M1GNON ANDERSON
HAYWARD MACK
in
"THE PHANTOM'S SECRET"
SUBURBAN
Mond.y DOROTHY GISH, In
"HER OFFICIAL FATHERS"
I Tu,.!ar THEDA BARA, In
1 "THE DARLING OF PARIS"
Saturday MARY P1CKFORD. h
"A POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL"
ALHAMBRA"ST
TODAY
IRENE HOWLEY, in
MHER FATHER'S KEEPER"
No. T "JIMMY DALE ADVENTURER"
GEORGE OVEY. ta a "Jerry- Comedy.
DIAMOND J
MARY MILES MINTER
"F AIT
PARK
llk and
Cdlfomla
T oto AY
"SHORTY JOINS THE
SECRET SERVICE"
H.tn and Bud Comedy
"DAUGHTER OF DARING"
"GRANT POLICE REPORTER '
Louise QUitm 3ton
"The Long Trail"., Paramount
"Casey the Fireman" General
"Would Yon Believe It?" General
"The Secret of the Storm Country".. Selinlck
'The Lesson"
Selznick
Mutual
Mutual
Mutual
.Bluebird
Bluebird
Bluebird
Lnherssl Merles
fox
Fox
Fox
Triangle
Triangle
........ Triangle
Metro
Pathe
Patbe
rathe
Butterfly
Butterfly
Artcraft
Vltagraph
"The fnafrald"
"Betty Ba Good" ,
"Reputation"
"Ths Greater Taw"
"Nancy's Baby"
"Mr. Opp"
"The Silent Terror" ,
"The Scarlet Pimpernel"...
"The Kid Is Clever"
"Two Little Imps"
"Ievel Leigh"
"Hater of Men"
"Superstttutlon"
"A Sleeping Memory".,,,..
"Miss Captain Klddo"
"The Ctgaret Girl"
"The Woman In White".
"High Speed"
"The Reed Case"
"Seven Keys to Bald pate". .
"Caste" ,
frer Official Fathers," and Saturday. Ella
LHall In "The Little Orphan." ,
Boulevard Bessie Love and Wilfred
Lucas are featured here today and Monday
in a Triangle .play, "Hell-To-Pay Austin,"
Tuesday William S. Hart and House Peters
In "Between Men," one of the very few
pictures Jn which Hart appears In a dress
suit. "Our Fighting Force," and a comedy
will also be shown. One of tha best pic
tures ever made by the Triangle company
will he seen Friday. It Is "Let Katy Do It,"
and featuring Jans Grey and those loveable
"Triangle Kiddles."
Park Our old friend "Shorty" Hamilton
will be (eatured- here today In "Shorty
Joins the Secret Service" and Is said to
DUNDEE unod
NO SHOW TODAY
Monday ALICE JOYCE
in "HER SECRET"
FRIDAY
MARY PICKFORD
'in-
"A POOR LITTLE RICH
GIRL"
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I Wed ANITA STEWARTI
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1 SPECIAL SUMMER COURSES
T Private or elaas work for adults ta
the Art of Expression and Row ?
4 . Develop Personslltr.
? A '.week's cours. for school teschers
i Classes for Children. ?
Each Class Limited to Six. 'm
Clsssea are now being formed. 9
i Studio, 313 B.lrd Buildlni, I
Phone Tyler faij. Opaha, Neb.'
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Omaha This Week
MayPicftford
Ella foil
be the beat seen lately. Helen Glbaon Is In
'The Mystery ot the Burning Freight,"
Ham and Bud in "The Deadly Doughnut"
and Daredevil Larkln In an episode of
"Grant-Police Reporter" called "The Code
Letter." Monday Gretchen Lederer In a
Red Feather feature photoplay, "The Moral's
of Hilda." It la full of action.
Diamond Mary Mites Mlnter today In
"Fith," the type of picture which has made
her beloved by followers of the silent drama.
A good comedy is also shown. Monday Wil
liam Courtenay in a Pathe Gold Rooeter
play, "The Hunting ot the Hawk," a high
class detective-society story.
Dundee- No show here today. Monday
Alice Joyce and Harry Morey in a Greater
Vltagraph production "Her Secret," not a
problem play, but an Interesting story.
Tuesday Dorothy Dalton tn a Triangle play,
GRAND Bulifui
TODAY '
ETHEL CLAYTON
"YANKEEPLUCK"
MONDAY
DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS
"THE HABiToFhAPMNESS'
TODAYS, ADM., 10c
DOROTHY GISH
' IN
"Her Official Fathers"
The story of a roguish, Independent
miss who outwits tha officials of a large
trust company, who had been appointed
guardians of the young madcap.
APOLLO h?
28th and Leavenworth Sts.
Today at 2, 3:45,' 5:30, 7:15, 9
ANITA KING
HOUSE PETERS
"THE GIRLOFTHE
GOLDEN WEST"
MONDAY
PAULINE FREDERICK
'SAPHO
Tuesday LILLIAN WALKER
Wednesday MARY PICKFORD
Thursday WALLACE REID
Friday DOROTHY KELLY
Saturday ALICE BRADY
BOULEVARD 1X
33d and Leavenworth Sts.
TODAY AND MONDAY
'Bessie Love
Wilfred Lucas
' Hell-toPay' Austin"
TUESDAY
Win. S. Hart
"BetweenMen!'
WEDNESDAY
Genevieve Hamper
Robert Mantell
TangledLives"
THURSDAY
Kolb and Dill
in
"Beloved Rogues"
FRIDAY
Jane Grey and
Triangle Kiddies
"Let Katybo It"
SATURDAY
Jackie Saunders
"TheTWiIdcat"
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1 "The Sweetheart of the Doomed,' which has
as a basis for the story, war-stricken Eu
rope. Dorothy Glsh Thusday, In one of the
best comedy dramas she has ever been
seen in. "Her Official Fathers." Friday
Mary Plckford In "The Poor Little Rich
Oirl."
Grand A plrture, both timely and Inter
esting, shows here today It Is "Yankee
Pluck." and stars Ethel Clayton. Ham and
Bud furnish one of their comedies also.
Monday "Doug" Fairbanks In "The Habit
of Happiness," which Is even felt by the
spectator. Bushman and Bayne are also
shown In further happet.lngs of "The Great
Secret." Dorothy Glsh Is billed for Wednes
day and George Walsh for Thuradsy.
lothrop Anita Stewart today and Mon
day In a Greater Vltagraph play "Clover's
Rebellion." It Is a comedy drama In
which the mighty fllwer serves to Intro
duce Clover to the man she finally mar
ries. A comedy and the Hearat-Pathe News
also. Clara Kimball Young Tuesday In "The
Badge of Shame." Friday and Saturday
Is Mabel Taliaferro In "A Wife by Proxy."
Suburban Muriel Ostrlche today In a
World production, "Moral Courage," and a
Keystone comedy "Teddy at the ThrottK"
Monday Dorothy Gtah in "Her Official
Fathers." Tuesday Theda Bara In super de
luxe play, "The Darling of Paris." Saturday
special return engagement of Mary Plckford
In her greatest success VTho Poor Little
Rich Girl."
A 1 ham bra Irene Howley will be fea
tured today In "Her Father's Keeper," a
Triangle play. The story Is of a girl who,
instead of berng a social butterfly all ,her
life longs to combat the problems of the
world of business and do something really
worth while. E. K. Lincoln tn the seventh
chapter of "Jimmy Dale Adventurer." and
George Ovey, with one of his clever "Jerry"
comedies, complete the bill. Monday Louise
Glaum in "The Sweetheart of the Doomed."
a modern story of today with the battle
flelda of Europe forming the .basis of the.
atory.
Alamo Mlgnon Anderson and Hayward
Mack are featured today In the latest But
terfly production "The Phantom's Secret,"
a mystery-detective drama produced In the
same elegant style that has made these
new productions popular from the stsrt. A
splendid program has been arranged for
Monday. Harry Carey will ba the headline
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VALESKA SURATT in "THE SIREN"
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I . RUTH ROLAND in "The Neglected Wife"
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2559 LEAVENWORTH ST.
We are pleased to make the announcement that the famous
TRIANGLE features have now been contracted for and will be
presented on SUNDAY, MONDAY AND FRIDAY.
TODAY AND MONDAY
DOROTHY DALTON
, In Triangle Play
"THE DARK ROAD"
TUESDAY
STUART HOLMES
In a "William Fox Play
"The Scarlet Letter"
, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "The Foolish Virgin"
A Selmfck Superieature attraction that will be appreciated by the di.
niaatini. Admission oa This Picture ADULTS, 15c KIDS, Sc.-
criminating,
Our New Improvements Are Now Completed
New Carpets New Draperies New i- ans
All at the Cost of Over $5,000.
"FOR YOUR COMFORT"
A WORD OF APPRECIATION:
The Omaha amusement lovers have shown this past week
their understanding of our new policy by their increasing
attendance. We will show our appreciation by keeping our
theater and shows up to the highest standard as an amuse
ment value unequaled anywhere.
FLOWER MATINEE TODAY
To celebrate the completion of our improvements we have
secured a great number of peonies, which we will be de
lighted to offer our lady patrons this afternoon. - .
FOUR DAYS STARTING TODAY
Alice Joyce and Harry Morey, in "THE QUESTION"
attraction laone of hts inimitable westers
productions. "The Mysterious Outlsw," an
Lee Hill will be featured In '"Flamea oi
Treachery." An L-Ko comedy and "Bom
mer Bill tfees to Sea" wilt complete th
program.
Apollo An all-rtar cast of Paramount
players, which includes Anita King, TheM
dore Roberts and House Peters show her(
today In "The Girl of the, Golden West."
"Shorty Solves the Wireless MyBtery" Is aM
shown. Monday Pauline Frederick in th
screen version of "Sapho." Msry Plckford
Is billed for Wednesdsy in "Behind the
Scenes." Saturday Alice Brady in "Ma
ternity." Magic South Side) Valesks Suratt will
show here today In ber latest William Fo
success, "The Slave." A good comedy on the.
same bill. Monday Jack Mulhall in
Butterfly production. "The Flame! Touth.'
a rapid-fire story of how a young sthletf
hero fluatrsted a band of opal thieves.
YAM ilr"h 1
(Admission 10c)
TODAY AND MONDAY
RUTH CLIFFORD
"A Kentucky Cinderella"
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
J. WARREN KERRIGAN
in
"THE SILENT BATTLE"
THURSDAY
See This Paper Later.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
JACK MULHALL
"The Flame of Youth"
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FRIDAY
DOROTHY GISH
In Comedy-drama
"Her Official Fathers"
SATURDAY
ELLA HALL
In a Sweet Story
"THE LITTLE ORPHAN"
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