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El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, August 29, 1914, HOME EDITION, Annual Advancement Edition, Image 21

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EL PASO HEBAID
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Keep in touch with events of National importance. Meet the men
and women who are doing the really big things.
An Hour's Time at the Movi
Make it possible for you to know who is who and what's doing.
The Motion Picture Theaters of El Paso
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Will take you day by day into every land known to man; showing the native people, their occupations, cus
toms and every day life. They reproduce for you the great floods, fires and other castrophes which are
constantly happening. They take you into the mountains of Switzerland, up the Amazon, into the Arctic re
gions and through the jungles of Africa. You suffer no hardships on these trips, no inconveniences, and the
total expense is never much.
You see in the movies, casts made up of the world's greatest living actors. You see in detail the greatest en
gineering feats that have been accomplished in the history of the world. The movies take you to the coronation
of Icings, the funerals of emperors, to the thick of the fray in Mexico, up into doudland with the aviators, down
in the heart of the earth with the miners. They delight you with the best comedy, thrill you with tragedy, amaze
you with mystery and unfold to you in compelling picture s the ever sweet story of love. El Paso motion picture
theaters amuse, instruct and edify. The price of an entertainment is within the reach of all. The special
features at the best motion picture theaters are featured below.
BIJOU
THEATRE
Best Ventilated Theater in El
Paso and Where You See Only
the Best Every Day, Which In
cludes the Following Well
Known Producers Vitagraph
Edison, Biograph, Lubin, Kalem,
Selig and Essanay.
EVERY SATURDAY
You can enjoy one of Geo. Ade's comedies.
Today "The Fable of the Manoeuvers of
Joel and Father t Second Time on Earth."
TOMORROW
MARY PICKFORD DAY
Featuring Mary Pickford in
"As It Is in Life" and
"A Rich Revenge"
JOHN BUNNY ON WEDNESDAYS
Hearsl-Selig Weekly
With its Current Events on Thursdays.
Some Exceptional Features Coming During
the Month of September.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ST.
"Mr. Bingles Melodrama"
A Vitagraph Broadway Star Feature in 3
Parts direct from the Vitagraph Theater m
New York. This is a comedy of class.
TUESDAY. SEPT. 8TH.
Cecelia Loftus in
"The City of Promise, "
Showing the Adventures of a Stage-Struck
Girl Vho Leaves Her Country Home for a
Large Metropolis.
MONDAY. SEPT. 14TH.
"Kit, the Arkansas Traveler,"
In Three Masshe Reels
A Fine Interpretaion of Frank Chanfrau's
Famous Old Novel.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
SEPT. 21 and 22.
'(My Official Wife,"
A Broadway Star Masterpiece Feature in 5
Fascinating Parts by Marguerite Bertsch.
Featuring Broadway's Favorite Movie Actress,
CLARA KIMBLE YOUNG, Assisted by Earl
Williams, Harry Morey and an All Star Vita
graph Cast.
MONDAY. SEPT. 28TH
"The Painted World,"
Vitagraph Broadway Star Feature in Three
Parts, Featuring Julia Swayne Gordon and
Anita Stewart. This play presents a vivid
picture of what is described in its title.
MONDAY OCT. 5TH.
"Chip. of the Flying U,"
By B, M. Bowers.
CLASSIC Three Part Western Comedy.
Featuring Kathlyn Williams.
CLIP THIS OUT AND KEEP FOR
REFERENCE.
GRECIAN
The Brightest Spot in El Paso.
"Where Mutual Movies
Make Time Fly"
A Feature Every Day
Sunday's Feature
A KEYSTONE COMEDY.
"Without a doubt the Greatest
Comedies Made
Monday's Feature
The Million Dollar Mystery and
"The Mutual Weekly"
Tuesday's Feature
The Million Dollar Mystery and
A Keystone Comedy.
Wednesday's Feature
A KEYSTONE COMEDY.
and a Society Drama Produced
by the Famous Americas Co.
Thursday's Feature
A "BEAUTY" FILM
Featuring Margarita Fisher and
Harry Pollard. Made" in the pret
tiest Spots in California.
Friday and Saturday
OUR MUTUAL GIRL
The Aristocratic Film
Always Showing the Newest
Fashions, Always Showing Many
Points of Interest, Always a
Good Story.
AND OCCASIONALLY A
REAL BIG FEATURE
Only "When We Are Sure to Se
cure One That Is Worthy of the
name "BIG FEATURE," and
we are glad to announce the
coming of
"SPARTACUS"
George Kleine's Latest Motion
Picture Classic; the Most Won
drous Achievement Yet in Photo
drama. 6 REELS 6
of Amazing Dramatic Power and
Spectacular Beauty Coming
Soon.
Watch for the Dates
LHAMBRA
The Largest
Photo-Play
House in the
Southwest
Nothing Has Been Left Undone lo Mae
This El Paso's Favorite Amusement House.
Seating Capacity 1,000 People.
Washed Air. Vent'daling and Cooling
Plant Which Absorbs All the Dust and
Heat from the Air and Throvs Into the
Building Cooled Air in Sufficient Quantity
to Change AU the Air in the Building Every
Seven Minutes.
Nursery for babies nith competent nurse
in charge. Ladies' Rest Room.
Strictly Fire Proof.
Air cushioned seals. Cool and Com
fortable. Finest Siring Orchestra in El Paso. Al
ways good music
Best Wurliizer Orchestra in El Paso.
Beautiful Foyer Tshere the best confec
tions and drinks in El Paso are served.
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Program for Today
Tomorrow and
Monday
SATURDAY. AUG. 29TH
"The Lost Heir," a Pathe Special in 2 reels,
and "Get Out and Get Under," one reel
comedy. Besides another one reel comedy
entitled "Max.Around the World," Featur
ing Max Under, the Pathe Famous Comedian
VAUDEVILLE: The well known Dall
Comedy Four Quartet, singing their famous
hits and "La Rubia y Paco" in the sensa
tional Apache Dance.
SUNDAY. AUC. 30TH.
"The Corsair," Special Pathe in 4 parts.
Featuring Crane Wilbur in the leading role.
Supported by an all star cast.
VAUDEVILLE: Dallas Comedy Four,
in their clever ac.t entitled "THE NEWS
BOYS," and "La Rubia y 'Paco," in their
great APACHE DANCE.
MONDAY. AUC. 3 1 ST.
"Perils of Pauline" and "Pathe Weekly"
will be the Alahambra's feature every Mon
day. VAUDEVILLE: ENTIRE CHANGE
OF PROGRAM. Appearance of Van &
Davis. A first class team. Appearance of
Ery & Muudell, another corker.
SPECIAL
Matinee Saturdays and Sundays.
Doors Open at 2:30 p. m.
XI Paso's Feature Picture House
WGWAM
THEATR
Home of the Masterpiece Service.
TODAYS PROGRAM
"DAVID GARRICK"
The two-reel Vitagraph. feature with beauti
ful Clara. Kimball Young in & leading role.
"THE DEADLY CHEROOT"
Biograph comedy with, the inimitable
"Cheeseville Cops."
"THE WOULD-BE BANDITS"
A rip-roaring farce comedy.
TOMORROW ONLY
JIASTETtrlBCE SERVICE SELECTION
"THE ERRING"
A. stirring drama produced by aa all-star
LuMn oast.
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Snndar Matinee Only.
"THE XBW STENOGRAPHER"
The funniest picture the Vitagraph ever
made.
COMING
Great Masterpiece Service Selections
WEDIHSDAT A2VD TnURS DAY, -Sept. 2 amd 3
The acknowledged peer of American Dramatic
actors,
BDMUJTD BREESE la
"THE MASTER MIND"
A delsire of vivid anti-climaxes majestically
unwindlng in fascinating array the most
sensationally realistic story of the master
orook who dominated the entire underworld.
Admlselon 10 and 20 cents.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 0
"MEN AND WOMEN"
Another of Klaw & Erlanger'a grreat .stage
successes produced In pictures by the Bio
graph company.
'Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. and 10.
DTJSTIN FARNUM
America's leading young emotional and
heroic actor, in
"THE SQUAW MAN"
Milton Boyle's greatest play. Admission. 18
and 2 cents.
SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 13
Bdison's revival of one of the world's greatest
hits.
"My Friend From India."
frith Walter Perkins, the original star.
SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER SO
Klaw & Krlaneer's spectacular comedy,
"LIBERTY BELLS"
Produced by a specially selected cast from
the Biograph company.
Wednesday and Thnrnday, Sept. S3 and 2-1.
JACK LONDON'S STORY,
"JOHN BARLEYCORN"
This is the picture with punch the most
feared photoplay production ever made. The
liquor Interests of California orfered SJ5.0W
to have its issue withheld till after an
election. The censors of Pennsylvania re
fused to license it and were accused of being
influenced by politics. The picture was pre
sented in spite of them and public opinion
forced them to flnatlv license it. It is the
most dramatic, forceful picture of the day.
Admission will be 15o an 15 cents.
EVERY MONDAY
"HEARST-SELIG WEEKLY"
Issued through the combined efforts of the
freatest news gathering papers and the great
elig forces.
EVERY TUESDAY
A two-reel dramatization of a story from
Harney's Magazine with either Francis
Bushman or Richard C Travers playing the
lead.
EVERY OTHER FRIDAY
Beautiful Alice Joyce In one of the Alice
Joyce Series of complete stories In two parts.
You do not have to wait aoveck r two weeks
between chapters. Each is complete in itself
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, Hero end nerelae In "Lucille Love." Next rTSSSl .
I Thursday In three-reel drama. j I sTjM,
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