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TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY
Prices 25c and 50c==War Tax Included
D. W. Griffith's Two Million Dollar Spectacle
Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
MOST GIGANTIC PRODUCTION EVER SEEN
125,000 PEOPLE 1500 IJORSES 1200 CHARIOTS
FOUR RILLING STORIES
THREE HISTORIC and ONE MODERN
Ancient Babylon as it was in the days of its splendor--its mighty walls, its massive
towers shattered by the vengeful battle hordes of the victorious Cyrus--the feast of
Belshazzar alive in its prodigal luxury, the mot famous revel of all history.
The World's First Great Example of intolerance---the persecution of the Nazarine.
A Romeo and Juliet love in Paris, the Beautiful, terminated by the Massacre of
And finally a modern romance of a sweet yourng girl who battles successfully
against the odds of adversity, temptation and harrowing underworld opposition in a
tense drama, full of thrilling episodes---The Great Labor Strike.---The Frame-Up of the
Girl's Husband.---The Reprieve from Execution.
Has Played Long Engagements in Every Principal City in the World
HYSTERICAL REFORM TRIBUTES TO "INTOLERANCE" PRODUCTION
"No age will take hysterical reform. It will be a bad day for "A really amazing piece of work. . . T
play, that of the evils of intolerance andofcrlsnsastth
society when sentimentalists are encouraged to suggest all the feelings and rights of others, is an excel
measures that shall be taken for the betterment of the race. . . inherently great and sure to besuccessfu
And the mind that is impatient or intolerant, or hoodwinked, or -DAVID S
shut into a petty view, shall have no part in carrying men forward Chancellor Emeritus, Leland Stanford, Jr., University
to a true hospitality." " 'Intolerance' is astounding, and it is not wonderful that it
WOODROW WILSON, "On Being Human." should be so successful."--Rev. Dr. ARCHIBALD HENRY SAYCE
POLITICAL INTOLERANCE "The greatest show in the world."--CHICAGO EXAMINER.
"Intolerance, political or religious, is the fatal characteristic, "A huge popular success."--NEW YORK GLOBE.
throughout its history, of French party-life." "An impressive spectacle."--NEW YORK TIMES.