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A BUGLE CALL TO ARMS FOR NATIONAL
DEFENSE--By THOMAS DIXON.
"THE FALL OF A NATION" MIGHTY SEQUEL TO THE "BIRTH OF A NATION"
Thee Other Big Attrac s
Two Days Each One Week Apart
FEB. 8-9 FEB. 15-16
"THE NE'ER DO WELL" "GOD'S COUNTRY and
BY REX BEACH the WOMAN"
7 This passion-throbbing film of Panama is -tle ( r: ( iiitti aid The Wotiiniii 8 ia( hit
Sgratph liluc Ribbon Peatll( n r lrtt the hook by .Jamt's
is the successor to Rex Beach's other great success, t
"The Spoilers." It is even greater than "The Spoil- s of the Wottltt Wh o I)vQs ani of the Wlen who
I Ilive Wild andl shoouut tIdle. 't'hw e t'l ireI ill' this piet lii
e s." Its flights of sweet romance are higher, its
?hisoIi,,ll I'drdondII action and its risks and darfgers more overwhelming. the hi., snoWs ltulI'll~ill fied 1601 a excellet
_______________________________________fa~st aded by W1i! i1 in I )lilutem. George 110it and
''The Ne'er Do Well'' Is Really Worth $2.00 per Seat Roliiuta atn lieet*llv ieitn'ttv rni
FEB. 22-23 MARCH 1-2
" H FA L O A NA I N"T E C R !A Motion Picture Spectacle dealing with the origin and A Vitagraph All Star Feature
destiny of' our Republic. Written and directed by He Wanted to Kill Her Body to Save Her Soul
TFhomnas Dixon. M~ighty sequel to "The Birth of a Nation." 1\Iiel a spiritual indedli' deep thinking milit ill
1sihh t me ties to e the oul
"Gof a ilt'j etllo' s girl a Illn le. it gy psyn, pca l Wt \h-tl't
"The play will open your eyes and wake up your tohoes a clash.
patriotism. It is real war."---Rev. Thos. R. Gregory. 'rieOi ds from Chilrwood t, he enters the pulpit, she
liv ae on the stage.
''Mr. Thos. Dixon has rendered this country the When libterin dg staigs car. site is placed in
na ow s p w'ondsing posit ion with a peer of societyl, lThe
highest possible service.",,---Alton B. Parker, former Christ ian," bonng iio save her soul, meets a n sitdatiou
presidential candidate. in whihn the most powefb deeply humtn play of
s"rong elahraetei N'r oul es0ot0ion is lnis.ralizgd in a way
that makes its indelible imress.
Exactly as Produced at the Liberty Theatre, Ner ork, and the ."he Christian." is built 11pnoi the most funda
mItr feel jugs o. I Iiwkid. Tis pieoRre .eatGre
Illinois Theatre, Chicago aiele rtilly Theatr, EditY , Stoaty.
Big Series Ticket Good for the Four Attractions
Adult's Ticket $1.25 Children's .Ticket 75c
SINGLE ATTRACTIONS AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Feb. 8-9--"The Ne'er Do Well" 50e Feb. 22-23.--"The Fall of a Nation" $1.00
Feb. 15-16---"God's Country and the Woman" 25c March 1-2--"The Christian" 25c
IDL E HOUR THEATRE