Before any war film is screened at a picture, show in America a photograph of ths President is shown, followed by a, notice signed by him requesting the public to refrain from expressing approval or disapproval of the scenes depicted. "Is your part of the country as wild and woolly as ever?" "Just about. Only last week I saw a friend of mine have a very narrow escape from a band of infuriated Indians. Ho made a remark that displeased them, and about nine of them rushed at him, some carrying clubs." "What did he do?" "He merely said 'Play hall, or I'll fine every one of you'; and they played,"
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915
Evening Star Evening Star, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915
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