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'•jtfîi ••_*. $10,000= for YOU—for Sequel to This PHOTOPLAY 3«S ' &£ iP b«*: ÄäÄ H 3fce= *ss= k3s$i KSW .m»: >JA?> .VÄ S3*: 4 C^' e-^sTr 5b® %r"2HTts ■ 3 * VTvs, "? ■ «&> ?:?.*£ Bkk r .%vv ••K v»®L** fiTét >jtoç •SÄ A Picturized Romatic Novel m •s>: :iw MMC '•Srt Next Monday Starts .■■•VÎ •'te: fitÿ >j£Ç '.fri •s>: *•»*.•* a?y* I The Story Will Appear IN THIS NEWSPAPER After » (■»ireful review of many of the leading ae tresses. Lottie Piekford was selected to play the lead in Her dainty ways—her are known to millions of movie fans. M ONDAY you are given your first opportunity to see "The Diamond From the Sky "—the photoplay that earned the *10,000 prize in the Chicago Tribune's re •eent photoplay contest. This remarkable film drama will be presented for the first time in the Orpheum theatre. Manage to get there early. Remember, a $10,000 cash prize is offered to the man, woman or child submitting the best suggestion for a sequel to this prize photoplay. This offer is open to YOU. "The Diamond From the Sky." piquant personality— B.-: •-••AS The supporting cast is composed entirely of stars— ALL STARS—Irving Cummings, William Russell, Char lotte Burton, George Periolat, Eugenie Forde. W. J. Ted marsli and Orrai Humphrey. Each individual in this cast has been selected because of a particular adaptability to This assures exception al • a v * * •.*•■■ The story of "The Diamond From the Sky' in this newspaper this issue, its peculiar romance each chapter absorbingly interesting, work of a genius—a literary effort that you will stamp instantly as EXTRAORDINARY. If vou are interested in romantic fiction, probably nothing will appeal to you so deeply as the story of "The Diamond From the Sky." appears Because of Watch for it. its deep suspense—you will find This story is the » T I ;'te: interpret the roles of the* play, al acting—an extraordinary film production. f "The Diamond From the Sky" yon will find announced the successful author who receiv ed the first $10,000 prize. You will see the entire cast introduced. You will see the studios of the American Film Manufacturing Company at Santa Barbara. Califor nia, where this picture was produced. .the-datest offer—how to earn $10,000 for a sequel to this You will see enacted the thrilling scenes in sold for $5,000—to become the Don't fail to attend. In the first act o m Produced by the American Film Mfg. Co. AÙVi m. You will read bout prize play. .which a gypsy baby is .'hero of this story. $10,000 For a Suggestion m •V • • "The Diamond From the Sky" has been produced by the American Film Mfg. Co.—famous makers of "Flying A" films. The American Film Mfg. Co. is one of the largest film organizations in the world, located in Santa Barbara. California. Chicago, Illinois and London, England. There is probably no organiztion bet ter equipped—more thoroughly organized—to handle the production of such a tremendous undertaking as "The Diamond From the Sky"—than the American Film Mfg. For this reason, this organization was selected—for its ability to produce a high-class motion picture drama. ••vt* '•it*» A Picturized Romatic Novel Its studios are beautiful photoplay and an Besides offering you a interesting story, you are given an opportunity to earn $10,000 for a suggestion. We want a sequel to this photoplay—1,000 words or less. It need only be a suggestion—not a great literary effort. get the $10,000 prize. Writing and grammar will not be considered. All that is wanted is an idea for a sequel to this photoplay; and $10, 000 is offered to the man, woman or child who submits the most ac ceptable suggestion. This offer is open to everybody. Simply see the photoplay and read the story—then send in your suggestion. Full details may be had at the theatre. -"The Diamond From the Sky" is a romantic story of heart interest—of emo tional appeal. It takes you back two centuries and shows you how meteor fell from the sky, and how in it was found the diamond from the sky—a marvelous gem It skims over the years and shows you liow this priceless jewel is handed down from generation to generation, and how it plays a part in the lives of many charac ters. It shows you how "The Dia mond From the Sky" is taken from an infant heiress and placed _ _ around the neck of a gypsy babe —and how in later years the gem is the cause of rivalry, hate intrigue, adventure, love. ( '<>. 1 pä ,ws ■f.v» , ■*•■*: Sïfc •*#?•• fSS •ÄÄ The simplest form may A Remarkable Achievement in otion Picture Art ' a ,v t r, s by - You will be amazed at the rare beauty of the motion picture production—"The Diamond From the Sky." You will be surprised to see such delicate color tinting as you You will enjoy the exceptional You will admire the beautiful settings— Or. First Showing Next Monday £*■ will find in these films. y "The Diamond From the Sky" will be shown for the first time at the Orpheum Theatre. Our patrons will want to see these exceptional motion pictures. Many will want to try for the $10,000 Prize. Say to yourselw : "I'm going to see 'The Diamond From the Sky' Monday." Cast Headed by Lottie Pickford photography. . selected especially to form beautiful pictorial effects. Probably never before have you seen a motion pie production that has been given the artistic atten tion that has been given "The Diamond From the Sky." Let your eyes be the judge. •A To produce this prize photoplay properly required It required characters to characters whose facial features «.•>■ .V« ;'te: ?•*&: 7 * • a cast of exceptional ability, fit the individual parts were particularly expressive of the figures in the play. time Of. Romatic Photoplay at The See This jv jsers. ORPHEUM THEATRE 4 SK «.•:»• t :;W •.* «'.•A m Monday, Tuesday euid Wed., July 12-13-14 Read The Story In This Newspaper •sift m a hfisfiS ÜÜÜ1 }•••( •• •• 'AùvitâïMmmÈSm TO?rasa kShmSvvnSvww iv*«.