29 min. Langdon McCormick has provided another big scenic sensation for vaudeville in this thrilling sea story. There is a strong dramatic plot connected with it and it held the audience intensely interested until the big climax – a ship on fire at sea and the arrival of the U.S. battle fleet. The closing picture is a wonderful spectacle and brought rounds of applause from the audience.
31 min. This is Marion Craig Wentworth’s newest dramatic effort and held the audience interested from start to finish. It is a war drama of a new kind up to the times with a motion picture part to it and well acted. Its strongest feature is its patriotic appeal and at the finish it was rewarded with solid applause.
Good war drama.
“Bear Hunting in the Rockies.” Very good.
“The Ranch King’s Daughter.” A very good wild west story.
“The Cowboy Millionaire.” One of the most picturesque and dramatic films we have ever had here. Had the crowd laughing all the way through.
HR 3. Presenting as the feature a long film entitled “The Moonshiners,” consisting of ten pictures illustrating the illicit distilling of whiskey in the Kentucky mountains. There is no comedy in it at all, but it was thoroughly interesting from start to finish and got a big hand. 20 minutes in one.
The kinetograph pictures of “The Great Train Robbery” were another big hit, scoring quite as heavily as on their first presentation here.
HR 3. A good exhibition this week, the feature being a new colored film, which like the other is illustrative of life in the backwoods and includes and Indian massacre with all sorts of hair raising incidents. The film is very finely colored. 20 minutes in one.
3 shows, 20 min. in 1. Showing a list of seven entirely new pictures, both comic and interesting, the best being a film picturing the ascending and descending of a mountain in Switzerland, which is one of the best views of the kind we have ever had.