THE COLOSSAL ATTRACTION THAT COMMENCES AT EVERYBODY'S, M TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) TO-MORROW THFi EXLTGHTEXMEXT CORPORATIOX'S SUPFJR-PTCTrRE— ENLIGHTEN THY DAUGHTER THE MIGHTY IM^MA THAT SVVFJEPS LIXE 1 A CLEANSING CYCLOX.E ACROSS THE PLAINS OF PRUDERY;, •Showm* what Criinjiiui'. Folly it is to gihihk that Ignorance is Innocence.' IP MOTHERS WILL NOT' WARN TTTETR: 1 DAUGHTERS — THIS PICTURE . r ■ • WILL. ) But AVhat Mother, having seen it, will .dare to neglect a. Sacred Mot hw -duty? .... ? .. A SUIMyRBOA'ST; LED BY RUBYE DE REEMER ZEENA KEEFE JAMES MORRISON AND ARTHUR DONALDSON It deals daringly and greatly with' "a siibject which must .be iiau<liled frankly or not at oik ■.''.'.- The Picture- that Flashes not on to thie- Screen^, hut into the 'HEART-" AXD CONSOIENCR OF EPF-ERY MAN AXD WOMAN. . Enlighten Thy Daughter • screened at 2.50 Saturday. Other Pictures \vil-l be Shown from 1.30 to 2.30 p.m. NO ONE UNDER THE AGE OF 14 WILL BE ADMITTED. NOTE.— This Picture, which "haft -created Astonishing Records wherever shown^ will be Screened; at ORDINARY PRICES— Dress Circl© l/l. S'taJs 6d. Reserved Seats at Howard Feilding ,
FINAL SCREENING TO-NIGHT. Of the Triple Feature Programme at EVERYBODY'S. Therefore, TaiTy .Notrrr-But Se© IRENE CASTLE IN PATK^SS >IYSTERY. DRAMA, CONVICT 993 IRfcNE CASTLE, m. thi> prodiuction is Aronderf nl / * She reaches- moi'e ' emotional .heights than- m any previous play. THE DOG CATCHER'S LOVE Two, Reels of Original and Swiftest Comedy. Wond'erftu Dog Comediajitf, indudinajr "TISDDY" and his little Pal,. "TTNY." ■".-•:...•■■..... ..: . . '' " , Episode 5 of Metro's Serials- f, iTHE GREAT SECRET By far tlio Mpgt Excising Chaptpr yet. On no account .miss it ! LATEST PATHE GAZETTE.
Boston liad the largest bonfire jn w its history on Independence Day, when all the German literature hi .the city was sacrificed! as a burnt offering to the goddess of "kultur." Most of us have seen our troops on th 4 march acroai tondbn carrying their kit-bags. That ,U no ; great hardship foi* a soldier, bufc' when he sees Hurt prisi oners doing the tri»i, not »yen ; m army . lorries, but m cbmidrtably MphcJstered ftnotor chars»a-ban«i«' Tsuofa.-^, wera »s.e<i Ibeiore the war for picnic paiiies, it begets a 'sense of injustice which is apt -to rw»kle» This feeling is shared to fchf. '•full bytlie civilian population, and' its results . are-, fxankly deplorable. — London Daily Mail:""; ■ P...■ '■ ..'.■' - ; .-.■■■ •••■„■.'■■•
Many nationalities are represented by jsbp names of British generals. There as 9. (Jeoeral- French, a General • — Irish, Glerwrail W^»h and) General St. Germain; *WSen the Ohifyisp come over they may bring ft General Yan.-R/», v ad.ds phe Milwaukee News, ■'■' . ; " . - . - ■ . * ■■-.*.■■ . . •• 1
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