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MONDAY KVKNTXG, APRIL 22, ltilS
AHSASSADCM The most talked of picture in the world. Written by the man who defied the Kaiser. A sensational photoplay of FACTS NOT FICTION, which tears the last shred of secrecy from the poisonous web of German intrigue. SEE WHAT THE INDIANOPOLIS PRESS SAYS: I iTtt. SOUIH BEND rEWSTClS - 9 . , j aal - fflRX "TTiTT HOT TCP TUTO ATOI? k 1 ZWtfvl 'Sil 11 I I 1 . II I I I M 5i II I ? 4 f I I I I I 1 IT 1 1 i ft I 'Tlio IMcturt Was Mudo umlcr the personal MiicrvLslon of Mr. CVornrd nr.il is In exact axxnlant with facts ami events. The SiKffator I moved to li)tcri-al hoors the cheers. Hie shouting, the rising to the feet in vuul ecstasy when the ficc tator mts the steps America has Liken to crush the Inslun Mon ster. Indicate that the pictures are sinking liome in the Ameiicxin heart and that American dollars will pour hy billion Into the wcatoii3 that nill help to nunihilate the monster." THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. Mr. (icmrd himself Im quoted an saying Uiat Uie picturiz-ation has 1k."Cii made because he wishes to bring home to the people the urcuity of the present situation. To say that thU cinema does this thing docs It jraphhully, seriously, -ompletely Is to do It no It no mom than scant Justice. Xo simpler or more effective way of learning; of the character aixl oIiey of the autocracy we are at present fighting could ho desired tlian that found in this simple li turiation of what hapicned in P.orlin prior to. on and after August 14, 1011. The Mvnarlo of this play is Import ant and of interest to every eitien of this country." THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR. "The Picture is one of the most realistic and strik ing war films ever produced, because its theme and detail are founded on serious truth The Gerard picture, it should be borne in mind, is a por trayal of fact, as real as realism itself." INDIANA DAILY TIMES. It has sounded the call to America. Therefore it is your duty to see itand buy Liberty Bonds. si'Kt 1 AI. O I ; 11 1 i i; . ALL. THIS WEEK TWICE DAILY MATINEE 2:30 EVENINGS 8:15 THEM R AMBASSADOR JAMES W. GERARD'S BIG PICTURE AT THE OLIVER TODAY "My Four Veira in Germany," a .H-rt-en a!;ii t.ttlun of formor Ambas s.ulur Jarnr W. Irrard. opens a. vk'5 "inont at tho Oliver ih ter this aftorno.-n at -: " 11 . TJie i u tur- is a startling iev of facts. t liction; -ery our f the plut tonous hord is piotiir! a really j. th0 kaiser, red monstor of Kor !!n. who i-at on a hob!y lirM. and planned world domination; tlie , riiu'i princo. who.-e i 1 1 i Napo Ldii, iut who vHals that he will n..t mako the mistake of th Tor xiian; nethm.inn von TToTlwrc. phys ical i;i int. who plays with danoinu lis and tramples the women and Pa'o.-s of di'spoiled nations; von Tir ;itz. hard.d i-erpont of the sea. v. ho( fane ha pierced th- heart of eery nation. Ainh.issador tcrarJ lived in lU-rlin for four fars and 'Knows th' Inside wr.rUir:.:- of Her raany's insidious military 5tem l etter than any other American, and the stor' been screened with an idea of hrinpinc hom to our peo ple the gravity of the situation and present a clear picture to the mind of every American of what Anerir.A faces In lorman autocrary. Iiuriiii? the run of the picture at the !'.er j'ast two showings "ill he Kiven eacl; day it 2:Zj and -AZ. hroken-hearted at this exhibition of craven spirit, breaks her engage ment and leaves for France. Shunned by his former friends, blacklisted at his club, and dropped by hi partners, he finds himself in a most unhappy position. Finally, utped by his mother, he enlists and is shortly pent acro.is. Ills initial ex perience with the first line trenches paralyzes him with fear, but some thing happens which revolutionizes his nature, and Monte proceeds to come back with a venseance. Another bijr attraction for today b- Charlie Chaplin In his very latest production, "A Dok's life," the first .f his series of pictures Under hl3 new management. As an added at traction Hob Allen of Chicago, a professional yinper. will sins "Over There" and other patriotic sons, at ach performance. The bill will be repeated tomorrow. AT Till: CATJ.n. "Fast Company" is tne title of today's Castle picture. Smilins Franklyn Farnum is the star and Is at his best in the role of a social snob who i brought down to earth when it it discovered that his Flip post d noble ancestry I. only a fake anil that his real forefather was an Irish pirate. This latter knowledge Is to his liking however, though his father is displeased, and the result is that it makes a man of the lad whose ancet?trj' held him back. The company seen in support of Mr. Farnun: is a;, unusually strong one and each individual player is well cast. The title is suggestive of the action. "The Eagle's Eye" is also shown. AT Tili: OIIPIIFAJM. An entertaining bill of average merit, headlined by Momi Kalama, hula-hula dancer, assisted by Wil liam Kao, with Hawaiian string music, in an act entitled "A Ha waiian Night's Entertainment," is presented at the Orpheum the first half of the present week. The pair are native Ilawailans and the cos tumes worn are genuine products of the far Pacific island. The Dohertys, billed as a pair of nonsense dealers, offer an excellent act of corned einging, dancing and talk. Splendid character imperpona tiones of Pres't Wilson, Gen. Persh ing. Pres't Poincare of France, Marshal Joffre. King George of England. John Philip Sousa, and a Civil war veteran, were given by Willy Zimmerman. liriere and King please immense ly in a singing and dancing act en titled "The Girl from Hoston and the P.oy from Xew Orleans." The Hayatake brothers, Japanese equilibrists, open the chow with a series of clever feats. Rational and not spectacular In the least, but a simple, homely picture of life a it is lived in .a small town. Walthall is shown aa a hank clerk who plods and saves hut fails to get ahead. He Is engaged to the village librarian and has been for seven years. They dream of their new home and a honeymoon trip but the savings have to go for other expenses. Then the vllllanous bank president steals the funds and Brown is blamed. The ending is dramatic and interesting and the en tire story well worth while. Mary Charleston Is unaffectedly ydeasing as the girl. A LaSalle screen tele gram shows news events. George M. Cohan is Tuesday's etar in "Seven Keys to Baldpate." DENIES PHILADELPHIA POLICE COMMANDEERED HKNHV WALTILMili IN "IIl'Mimi'M I1HOWX." One of the best pictures Henry Walthall hae appeared in since "The Birth of a N'ation" is shown at the IaSalle today and is entitled. "Humdrum Brown." Nothing sen- PHIEADEEPIIIA. Pa.. April 2Z. Chief of Police William B. Miller, who yesterday was appointed acting superintendent as a result of the federal government's crusade against vice in this city, denied In a state ment tonight that the Philadelphia rolice force had been commandeer ed by the government. Mayor &mith. in announcing the appointment of Capt. Mills last night, said the po lice bureau "virtually has been com mandeered" and that Capt. Mills j would work in close cooperation i with Lieut. Col. Charles 11, Hatch of tho United Scates marine corps. AT Till! Ai niTOKIl M. Charles Kichman and Anna Nils pom play the leading rub in the patriotic photodranKi. "Over There." today's feature at the Auditorium, which tells an intrn-stlng stor of a Vt:rg man w lu was afraid to en-l.-t when bis country called. Before Monte Jackson's birth his mother lia witnessed a shocking n.-irder which had left its impress on her unborn child. From his earlte-t childhood the boy had evi dncd an unreasoning fe.tr rf -wolf me and bloodshed, und while this cl.-f.t in his moral nature has been Ir.-tir.rtix.-'.y hidden. M-mlo knows !r. hart trat if ever put to the u-t. be will flinch. The show-down rrtir,os hfn war Ireaks out with r mnnv. Month's frien s ml! h:s Partner cntr th-- ,,vlce ,v,n his sweetheart s 'he C: o-s In tlP'e his rva!o- are. ...r.iHAT- of ho.-e 1 ;i ryl '.''il'' h" X. , f t ; r d Hed b , 9' r. - r i mm . a cLonirxo rnnsimvATiVE There waj a time when men an.l women only sent their clothe to cleaners as a la.-t resort because they wanted it to do emergency services. But today most people who dress well rend their clothing frequently to a reliable cleaning establishment to bo cleaned In the modern way. Phone to Davie Laundry and Clean In? Co. Advt. re hlme'f by h' d with h '-"k it for, "I to r- definitely rcf:: to iU hime.f .: , the disposal of his country. Betty, CMAP?li CHAPLIN ,n -A DOGS LIFE" f$f. -b ti,T MILLION OOULAft PICTURE Amlitiium theater t'numm au I Tiu-xJa), Clwrlle Chaplain ihroo- IT IS TO BF. Seen and not heard about to be fully appreciated. We venture to say, hoviever, you will be more than delichted. for never before has it been our good fortune to present eo lovely a collection of hats at such modest prices. Being out of the h'.gh rent district makes thi3 pos sible. Mrs. S. ß. Uneer. 80 5 S. Mich igan st. Advt. xors tiii: ttmk To have your pictures framed when you are house cleaning and decorat jrp 3n(j you know an artistic framed picture Is a Joy for ever we do fine work and our line of pic ture moulding comprises all that Is new and ropular. Portrait and mirror framing a speciality. Ma kielskl Art Shop. IIS N. Main st. Adv. tri 0 tu ly... TODAY AND TOwORROV "Two Big Gala Days Bard to Beat" A BIG DOUBLE FEATURE SHOW A SIX REEL DRAMA AND THE MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR COMEDIAN, the ONLY u MAKING THE BIGGEST AND BEST DOUBLE PHOTOPLAY BILL EVER SEEN IN SOUTH BEND A STIRRING, TIME LY PATRIOTIC WAR DRAMA WITH REALISTIC BATTLE SCENES AND SUPERB ACTING, j 1 j r f 1 J-nJUL Endorsed by the government notable for its war scenes, which are said to take rank with the very best war scenes produced ouUide of the actual fighting lines the trench scenes being constructed under the supervision of Lieut W. A. O'Hara of the 24th Battalion Canadaian Expeditionary forces, who served his time in the first trenches "Over There." A powerful cast, headed by well known professions, Charles Ridiman and Anna Nilsson and Gertrude Berkeley who played the mother in "War Brides," makes this a strong and Impressive war drama, interspersed with a beautiful love story- A 1 i mi i 'i fmrriiini mm .. .. ,Mto u A iVTD TKFDF V - -4 r, A X .f .; . f 2 - ! Hi ii i. f U V "'-VVv v r hl - sS- 'I C",-vi ;vt- U- ?? ' i 3 j . , -.VrwA ;1 gjiicTj Try NEWS-TIMES V.ANT AD, i - t is' " in DGS LITE "J The world-famous comedian, Charlie Chaplin, who is now receiving one million dollars a year salary, will be seen in his first new picture, "A DOG'S LIFE," the master work of the acknowledged genius of the screen a three-reel comedy that one will never forget and one that will make the name, Charlie Chaplin more famous than ever. EXTRA Bob Allan, a Chicaco professional singer, has been especially engaged to sing George M. Cohan's popular song, "Over There," and other new patriotic songs at every performance. Some big show and there will be some crowd. Try to get in. Look our fine show i over, for every day this week they are cracker-Jacks. I!