Aftrnoon-2:30 and 4:00
Evening-y:oo, 8:0 and ro:o
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
-no--Bessie Love in "1ow Coui
i, Caroline." Also News and
on--n-a-Walace Reid in "Be-
e M, McXanipp." Also Com-
Sd-3-14-B essie arriscale in
O0 aradise." Also Comedy,
nakeille's Nw Shorif."
Fi-15:16-Elsier guson in
ne Lie." Also Holmes Travels and
-t- m. Rssell in "Up Romance
ad." Also News and Comedy-
Afternoon-2:3 and 4:00
Evening-p:oo,5oo and a:o -
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
-a-C. Nale in "Charity." Also
s and Comedy.-
n- r-L e Hil in "A Good
ser." Also Serial ii, "Vengeance S
---Jack. Piolalnd in Tm
yer." Alo Oonery Stocy (Ret.)
-4-Wallace Reid in "Nan of
sic Mountain." Also O'Henry
Fri-aa-a6-Gloria Swanson in A
,ory Woman's Husband." Also
17-Gladys Hulette in "Waifs." y
o News and Comedy, "It's aWild
OWS ATno, 8: 0n0,9a
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
--tate Williams and Gc
mond in "The Girl in His House"
SDrew Comedy, "Bobbley's
-1a-Emily Stevens in "A Man's
rld and Flagg Comedy, "The
-1s-Carlyle Blackwell and June
idge in The Cabaret" and Com-
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TH W LV RI E AG --tE
At the 71heaters
AT THE MAJESTIC
About the biggest event in the en-
tire season in the motion picture world
is D. W. Griffith's latest film master-
piece, "Hearts of the World," which
will be shown at the Majestic one week
commencing Sunday, Aug. 18.
"Hearts of the World" required 18
Moonths in the making and many of
the scenes were taken on the actual
battlefields of France by Mr. Griffith,
with official aid and assistance of the
British and the French governments.
the play is primarily a love story in
which war figures as the grim back-
ground. It may be called 'the story of
a village" and for more than 40 min-
utes during the exposition of the
st'ory, there is not -a cannon shot, not
a suggestion of war's alarms.
There is the pretty romance of two
girls, each in love with the same man;
there is the quiet and peaceful atmo-
sphere of a small French town before
the holocast of the war. Then comes
the conflict with its ensuing effects
upon the fortunes of those in the little
The battle scenes shown were taken
in the trenches during the death strug-
gles of the French and German and
only occasionally has it been found
necessary to piece the story of the
battles together by means of acted
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THE SPIRES OF OXFORD
I saw the spires of Oxford
As I was passing by,
The grey spires of Oxford
Against the pearl-gray sky.
My heart was with the Oxford men
Who went abroad to die.
The years go fast in Oxford,
The golden years and gay,
The hoary Colleges look down
On careless boys at play.
But when the bugles sounded war
They put their games away.
They left the peaceful river,
The cricket-field, the quad,
The shaven lawns of Oxford
To seek a bloody sod-
They gave their merry youth away
For country and for God.
God rest you, happy gentlemen,
Who laid your good lives down,
Who todk the khaki and the gun
Instead of cap and gown.
God bring you to a fairer place
Than even Oxford town.
-WINIFRED M. LETTS.
Reception for Campus by Newberry
A reception for all the students of
the summer session and for the faculty
and their wives will be given by Miss
Agnes Wells and the women of New-
berry at 8 o'clock Saturday evening,
Aug. 17, at Newberry residence.
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Z Days Commencing,
7 Days Commencing
"Hearts of the
World" is more than
a picture play. It is
a world's drama.
It goes straight to the
heart. It is the hu-
man quality that
makes "Heartsof the
World" as big as
A Love Story of the Great War
Battle Scenes on the Battle Fields
(Under Auspices British War Office)
Miles of Artillery
March of Legions
Squadrons of Aero-
Fleets of Zeppelins
Destruction of Cities
Charge of the Tanks
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