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FrV'fTfl v m -ni r t i I I r 10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1910, Charlotte Walker Is flow thanhouser tar ?hrIott WAkoi fatjiou for aiic-i . oil atajo .aid ici-eon, l(aa joined , the Thanhouaer KJlm Corporation, and Trill begin work I Immodlatoly upon a flv-ral feature byUoyd Lpnorgun to b reHsaaed through th Paths .ex chanrea. O. A. C. Lund, who ha directed auch pfayira aa Qladjra Hulette, Robert Warwick. Lionel Barrymore, and Bar bara Tennant, will be Mlaa Walker' director. , Ua a Walker, Jolna, the rapidly (Trow ing Hat of Thanhtfuaer alar which now Include Florence La Dadle, Fred crick Warde,' Qladya Hulette, Vincent Serrano, Vatkyrlen, Jeanne Eagcla,' Art Acord Joins Fox. Art Acord: the world'a moat famoua cowboy, and . the hero of the "Duck rarvln Berlea" of photoplay?, has alcned enough In competltlona , through the Weaf to 'aiock a caravan load. At the Assessor Asks Managers To Renew Their License's All motion picture exhlbltora dealrlng to continue In bualneaa after that. date, he atatea, muat promptly renew tholr tecenaea, Thte la a city and not a Federal tax. 1 LOCAL MENTION. WE WOULD Ilk to doubt your Ineem mf WfT The Mutual Llf. TKoa. P. Mora, Mir Bouilwrn bids. Oood Urma to produoara Th Bandar Urenlnn Times hai I) the acknowledged adrantaga el erenlng newapaper circulation witl eon of the dlaudvanKea of Sundai aaornln newapapara of many aactioaa noil id AOCIC n ti'n ivaui ihq Bheopahead atampede he took lx flrata ana one aecono oui my isni pvenia In which he waa entered. Ilia prlsea wiin nuiiam. n, totaled four belta, wring cup, and U.Wfc . Sunday Outln to Frederick $1.06, Hagoratown. $!., Baltimore & Ohio, 8:00 a. m., Oct. 32, returning aame day. Advt The man i who botda ohamplonahlpa In Imoif everything In which a. rrtwhnv 'William P. nicharda, aaaeaaor of the DUtrlct of (Columbia, haa Juat laaued a notice calling attention to the fact that on October (1 all licensee laaued from hla ofdoe to proprletora of theatora will expire. comnetea, la at work In one of the Fox Quickest Settle to Baltimore. Erery hour on the hour. Baltimore A Ohli $1.75 round trip. Saturdays and Sun days, 1.M, Adrt. atudloa In NewJeraev, playing oppoalte Glndya Coburn In the latter o aeoond photoplay, . ' v . Mr. Acord naa won paraphernalia frSfW IB ' SCHEDULE OF SHOWS: Sunday, at .3 6 7 and 9 P. (VI. 9th arid D Sts. Dally at 10-12-2:15-4:30-7 and 9 P.M. STRAND CIVILIZATION Thos. H. Ince's $1,000,000.00 Spectacle Begins Sunday Broadway Charges 50c to $1.50 Our PticM lOo A 15b Above Regular Prices v Reserved SeatsBy Phone or Call 25c Extra "Left Us Have War!" "President Wilson's Letter!" After viewing "Civilization" the President of the United States wrote in patriotic terms to the producer: The nations of the world must unite in joint guarantees that whatever la done that is' likely to disturb the whole world's life must first be tested in the court of the -whole world's opinion before it is attempted, and the United States must be ready to join in the guarantee and back it up by her whole forco and in fluence. Settled and secure peace can be made sura of in no other way when tho present war is over. WOODROW WILSON. wmmmmmmiMammmmmm in BBSS'SrT'T''STI '1 m SSSKrSSSSSSSSBSBBiBSSSSHBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBVSrSSiaSx :.'BS1SSSSSS1 r ' ssssssm BJfi ifll WjMMMMMKalHKnJiUBiSSMBUMM BSSaBSBlBBSveef'SSlBSSSSMSKSSSSSSSB So spake the mighty a mighty nation. A misguided BIIIKiigllf ffP fi I people, answering his cheering to battle, then, W&KjtfM4&MW& I H while the grim god of chortled, horror piled upon horror, HSbBBh!RhBBBk ? 'whk I H tho red tide over the land. 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BaBBBBBJBBBBBjsVatMe'asassaiB MfJFvttuKrKUKoFSj 7 - ByVaeeBv c 4BssBBBBBS9eeeBBBBuBBBBBSkBBBBBBBBBBBK a. bbbbbbbbsbbbbbsuBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsj 'PBwHIBawjPiPBassj yLBSSBBB3k9r ir BssssssssssssBesKHBsBassBssssssssssssvB ssaBsssssssssHSSseeeeBsBVisBsBsssssM uBhRvS 'bsssssssbsssssbbssssssssssssV i iB"wf V"1 )k "? asSasssscBslLJ.a fssssssssssssPfc-rV-.-Lit:-. 1aF'-JJas-asssmaVssssssssssssssssl UMMsm llaBssssssssam''MBSsssaW' VIIIIHBiisHsssKBaBsssssssssssssssl "DADDY "WAITING" Magnificent Settings and Prologue Act by J. S. Warmbath Enlarged Sjmi i9ny Orchestra of 16, Csniiictefl by Mr. Lewis Maurice, who Played During Original Run at Criterion Theater of New York; Stage Crew of Electricians; Also Mechanical Ef fects Direct From Criterion. New York; Forty Thousand People; Six Thousand Horses; Fleets of Battleships; Squadrons of Sub marines; Flotillas of Aeroplanes; A Convincingly Comprehensive Conception of World Strife; Huge; Original; Stunning; Poetic; Greatest Battle Drama of All Times; Most Astonishing Spectacle of a Generation; "Picture That Should Stop the War;" See Civilization. CROWNED KING OF THE SCREEN Mr. Francis X. Bushman MATINEES: 10 A, M., 12:15, 2:15, 4, 5:45 P. M. &M7 k sf A QUEEN OF THE FILM PLAYS UplllCO atlU JUltCt Miss Beverly Bayne 7P' - EVENINGS: 7:30 and 9:15. IsYNMiSfsl BKatf $250,000.00 Spectacle Dr;im in 8 Parts Most Heart Compelling Love Story of the Ages, Eclipsing the Possibilities of the Spoken Drama NOTED CAST OF 600 CHOSEN PLAYERS FROM MEMBERS OF THE MOST FAMOUS THEATRICAL FAMILIES OF' AMERICA AND ENGLAND READ THEM : MARIE BOOTH (Niece of the Beloved Tragedian, Edwin Booth) HARRY S0THERN (Nephew of America's Star, E, H. Sothern) EMMA KEMBLE (Descendant of Famous Family of England) VIOLET HALL CAINE (Niece of the Noted Novelist and Playwright) ETHEL MANTELL (Daughter of the Eminent Tragedian) LEONARD GR0VER (Grand Old Man of the Stage and Screen) WM. H. BURTON (Member of Ford's Theater During Lincoln's Regime) W. LAWS0N BUTT (Appeared With Sir Beerbohm Tree & F. R. Benson) LIONEL BELM0RE (Late Stage Mgr. and Director for Henry Irving) 'SA K v ti" DSWS "rl" A rf.'tJ H&W V4i SteF S tftift. .: u. ii , OVN :' " 5r jr y Wgmwi I.Vi tu-u a zL t r Lit h ' i & -.ISrt &5EVfRp AS Whole Cities Constructed at Huge Oost Plotureaqua Verona Lavish Expenditures-for Settings and Tapestrlos of the Period Oostumes for Miss Bayne Alone Reached $35,000.00 A Orownlng Suoooss In Staging and Aotlng In Whloh Mr. Bushman and MJss Bayne Have Covered Themselves With Qlory. , gggiacafciS EstWXe WLPt GARDEN LIMITED ENGAGEMENT BEGINNING PJ2W rpp4 iV SUNDAY OMEOL Oost to Us for This Metro Film-Plays fs Exaotly Greatest of Four Times the Amount Paid for Any Provlous Attraotion With Those Popular Stars, Henoo a very moderate Additional Admission Oharge of 5o at Matlneos, 10o Evonlngs, Above Regular Prloes. M H (' Vfl V M '