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AMUSE M ENTS
"KAISER PICTURE" WILL OPEN
MONDAY
' Yes Sit
PATRON I i
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"To Hell With the Kaiser," Great
Screen Production at The
Isis Theatre
"To Hell With the Kaiser," the great
seven-act Screen Classic, Inc., patriotic
production will open a two day en
gagement this afternoon at the IsU
theatre. "To Hell With the Kaiser"
is the most vital of all the pictures
dealing with the world war. It "strips
bare the vile soul of William of Ho
henzollern and shows the . plot by
which he and his "Potsdam gang"
hoped to get possession not only of
Europe . but of America. "To Hell
With the Kaiser" shows the final Des
tination of -this mad monarch as well
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events leading up to" the present sacri
flcing of the flowers of the nations
Romance plays its psrtn this amazing
picture, showing that love and loyalty
will outlivev a thousand wars.
"THE GREAT LOVE" PROVES THAT
WAR LEVELS. ALL RANKS ,
Noble Women of Britain Assist in Pro
duction of Big Griffith Play "
If ihe time worn saying, "Love lev
els all ranks be true, the newer one,
"War levels all ranks," is doubly true.
This is plainly shown in David WarK
Griffith's special production for Art
craft, "The Great Love," which is to
be displayed at the Isis theatre nexl
Friday and Saturday. This remarkable
picture was filmed largely in the
f "TO HELL WITH THE KAISER"!
DRY CLEANING i
PRESSING
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as relating his cruel deeds on earth.
A great cast has been chosen to in
terpret this magnificent picture, which
has been directed by George Irving
from the scenario by June Math is, and
photographed by George K. Holnster,
a war photographer and former war
correspondent. George Irving also di
rected the Metro feature patriotic
screen drama, "Her Boy," Lawrence
Grant plays the Kaiser, Olive Tell, a
beautiful star of both stage and screen
plays the leadrng feminine part of
Alice Monroe. Betty Howe does a won
derful bit of work, as her sister, Ruth,
who meets a tragic fate in a Belgian
convent at the hands of the Crown
Prince: Frank Currier plays Prof.
Monroe, and John Sunderland, him
self an aviator, plays Winslow Dodge,
who is seen in spectacular aeroplane
flights which have a strong bearing on
the story.
"To Hell With the Kaiser,' has some
of the most unusual features ever seen
in a photodrama. The closing scenes
contain a genuine surprise combining
beauty and forcefulness and the Kais
er is shown in those accursed regions
to which his base record has destined
him.
Scenes among the American soldiers
in the trenches are shown, and a gen
uine air battle of two opposing aerial
fleets is reproduced. The pages of
history are unfolded to show the
deeds of . Frederick III, of Prussia, and
the instruction of the present Kaiser
in his war policies by Bismarck the
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to Open Here
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and the Army -Post, -where they -will
be permitted to make a tour of the Y.
M. C. A. buildings, cafeterias, etc.
Mr. Aiken said last night: "Accom
modations at the Army and Navy . Club
are far from sufficient to. take care of
the men, and it is hoped that the visit
ing officials may be impressed with the
needs of Pensacola. . . ; - :
'The cafeteria at the Army and
Nay Club Is taxed to its capacity all
the time and ' the 260 cots are ' by no
means sufficient ,to care for the erowd,
whiqh overflows the building at. least
two nights of every week. .
Show W. C. C. S. Needs
"As an instance of the need of more
commodious quarters, an official of the
War Camp Community Service met
five men of the service Saturday
night vainly trying to find ; rooms af
ter midnight. -. " .
"This is the situation in Pensacola
week after week. It is impossible to
care for the men, though in, addition
to the accommodations at the club,
homes are opened to the men, througn
the club information and housing bu
reau. -
"It would not be possible to , make
the appeal for greater accommoda
tions too strong, and during the con
ference in Pensacola we hope to pre
stnt our claims in such a way aa to
gain increased facilities -which are so
greatly needed."
LOAN DRI E GETS AWAY
V .TH BIG START TODAY
ashington, Sept. 29. Although the
treasury department officials today
made no attempt to estimate the total
sales on he opening day of the Fourth
Llbery Loan campaign yesterday, all
indications were that the loan had got
ten away to a good start.
New York was tht only district
which attempted an estimate of the
sales, and placed, them at 200,000,000.
From Atlanta came word that the cam
paign started in great shape.
ITALIANS IX ADVANCE
NEAR 3IONASTIR CITY.
Rome, Saturday. Krushevo, the im
portant Bulgaian base 20 miles noth
east of . Mona.jti has' been captued by
the Italians who have driven the en
emy from, -the mountain, ranges be
tween Cerna and the VeIika rivers. An
official statement from the Italian war
office says the. Italians also are pur
suing the Bulgrians on the Monastir
Kichevo road north of Demirhisser and
advance of 20 miles.
GERMAN PAPERS ADMIT
SERIOUS SITUATION
Amsterdam, Sept. 29. Germany's
most serious hour seems to have
struck, declares the Lokal Anzeiger,
of Berlin, discussing the Bulgarian
question. The Frankfort Zeitung says
"It is useless to gloss over this news."
And TomSw Only jS 0 lj 00 00
3 nlc Wir Tax , ' a . S.
A Few Facta About
This Particular Feature
It tell how the Germans determined to make. war on the
world, and shows tne Kaiser in just trie place you a iikc to
see him. . - ' - , ;s -- - '. . . ' -
2. Forty aeroplanes battle for the supremacy of the" air
the largest air fleet ever shown In a picture.
3. The story begins with Germany's plot to rule' the world
before the war and carries on until it has demonstrated
just how It la possible to win the war through air supremacy.
4. Kariotic Teaiures idoubo tnrougnout , tne picture.
5. One of the principal rolta la taken by John Sunderland,
a Belgian aviator, who was funded many times In air bat
tles at the front.
6. It employs a cast of seventeen principals and over two
thousand extras.
7. - Shows how American aviators could capture the Kaiser.
8 ' Details how an American girl put an end to the Crown
Prince.
9. Shows how we are fighting to win the war In the air,
arvd Is, therefore, in full accord with the sentiments of the
United States Government.
10. In it are lifelike characterizations of the men who
have made America famous and Germany Infamous. -
11. Features Lawrence Grant as the Kaiser and Olive Tell
as the American girl.
12. "To Hell With the Kaiser" Is a picture that every red
blooded American should see and will be mighty sorry to
miss. . ..- ...
a Capturing the
speakable monttei
the world with a
o f American
planes.
Specially Synchro
Musical Score
Rellly'a Isis Orchel
Isis Semi-Weekly War News
MUTT AND JEFF TO THE RESCUB
TO REBUILD WOUNDED
MEN AT FL SHELLING
jWar Camp Community Senfce
Will Play a Large Part in
! the Work.
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Since the announcement by the War
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pveyaruDeui uia. tun oueumg, in Alin-
BELGIUM TROOPS MADE BIG
ADVANCE, RECAPTURE TOWNS
London, Sept. 29. Dixmude has been
captured by the Belgian troops, it was
officially announced tonight. The Bel
gians also have taken Zarrem, Staden
burg, Passchendaele, Morseledge and
part of West Roosebeke. This means
several miles advance.
Troops from New Tork, Tennessee,
North and South Carolina, attacked
the Hindenburg lines on a front of
nearly three miles today, capturing
Bellicourt and Nauroy. eneral Haig
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homes and on the country estates of
several of the titled families 'ef Eng
land, and the "actors' in raan'j? of the
scenes are members of the nobility,
who have given their all to the pros
ecution of the war, turned their mag
nificent homes over to the government
for hospital purposes and sacrificed
every thought of self, every indul
gence In pleasure, to aid and to do
their part in the great struggle for
human liberty and freedom from au
tocratic despotism.
This remarkable photoplay revevals
a wonderful story. It portrays tne
awakening from lethargy that had
been produced by the conditions in the
"piping times of peace", bringing out
the wonderful character and nobility
of purpose, the self-immolation, the
jetting aown on tne oars or caste on i steamer catches fire nMntn vn n ha nM h. 4-mAni
the part of the noble families of the J An Atlantic port. The steamship I plans were made to turn the training
nmN iha lft is -M An m l- a ! S ivU f volnl I H aw t ma a 41a "KT "VT nMlr n a W ''
,V t , , T " .V; station Into a . reconstruction camp
frJj. f""000 .where wounded soldiers whose homes
with a fire in one of her holds. Twen. ' . . ,,, . . .
ty-nve passengers were aboard but ar J? Northwest will be cared for
T,on n Rhnr nrt it waa iator( fied for their return to civil life.
stated that the fire was under cbntroL J" 1x1 PrPsed change the War
uamp community Service Is to play
a brge part, although the camp Itself
win, of course, be in charge of army
officers and conducted along strictly
military lines. The Community Or
ganizer has already been called -upon
to assist in plans for the men. , A
more ideal spot for reconstruction
'work than Fort Snelling can hardly bo
imagined. It is just the place for men
to recover from wounds and from shell
shock, a process that often takes
months. It is probable that men who
have lost legs will be fitted with arti
ficial limbs here as a part of the work.
All of the men received at the fort
must be of the "able to travel class,
as the long journey from the Atlantic
coast would prohibit the treatment of
more serious cases there.
Nearly two battalions of United
States guards are now at the fort.
These men will remain on guard duty
after the establishment of the recon
struction work, it is believed, and the
'War Camp Community Service "Or
ganizer and assistants Intend to stay
,on the ground and make ready In ev
ery, way possible for the new demands.
Perfect Ventilation and Sanitation.
empire. Chief among the high social
celebrities of England who are con
spicuousjy shown in this photoplay
are Queen Alexandra, Countess Mas
serene, Lady Lavery, Lady Diana Man
ners, reputed to be the most beautiful
woman in England. Miss Elizabeth
As-quith, daughter of the former
Prime Minister of England, Lady Pag
et, the social dictator of London, and
many others. The chief roles are in
the hands of Lillian Gish. Robert
Harron and Henry B. Walthall.
Douglas
Fairbanks
As a Cub Reporter
for
with
And a Late
Saenger
War News
Current
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reported tonight an English Division
had crossed the Schedlt Canal on life
belts, mats, rafts and improvised brid
ges and stormed tht main Hindenburg
defenses around Bellengllse and cap
tured the whole German position.
The French line on Chemii Des
Dames has been advanced two miles
and the highest point commanding
practically the whole ridge is in the
possession ot the French. The sixty
third naval division have reached the
southern outskirts of Cambrai, and the
Canadians are in the outskirts on the
northwest.
Comes to the U. S.
on f British Mission
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PI
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Lady Drogheda who accompanied
by the Hon. Francis McLarin to Am
erica as part of a British government
mission. 'They brought a number of
British airplanes of the latest types for
exhibition in this country and photo
graphs of air fighting in all its forms.
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BRITISH TAKE MANY
PALESTINE PRISONERS
London, Sept. 29. Prisoners to the
number of 50,000 and 325 guns were
counted by the British in Palestine
Friday night, according to an official
statement. The British crossed the
Jordan region " of Tiberias, and drove
the enemy northward through Maze
rib, where they joined with king of
Sedjas - forces. , .
MINNESOTA STRIKES MlNfc
Washington, Sept. 29. The battle
ship Minnesota struck a mine early
today off the Delaware breakwater.
There were no casualties and the ship
is proceding to port under her own
power. - No indication as to the extent
of the damage was contained in the
navy department statement.
BULGARIAN PEACE OFFER.
Paris, Sept. 1 29. Bulgarian delegates
to discuss an armistice and probable
governments arrived at Saloniki - Sat
peace arangements with the - allied
commander the Bulgarian second
army; M. Llapcheff. financial minis
ter, and M. Radeff, former member' of
the. Bulgarian cabinet.
4 WOMAN SUFFRAGE VOTE.
the woman's suffrage resolution by
the Senate probably tomorrow, is ex
pected to pave the way for a three-day
recess of congress, while senator
speak for the Liberty Loan and repre--ntatfves
look after political fences
back home.
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TERSELY TOLD.
James 'Scofield, a machinist at
Naval Air Station, Is lil at hi3 M
twentieth and Lloyd streets,
Spanish Influenza,
;Miss Edith Rogers Is confined to
home. 1900 East Lloyd street, duet
illness. -
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can be controlled more quickly
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