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The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin • 20

Publication:
The Journal Timesi
Location:
Racine, Wisconsin
Issue Date:
Page:
20
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RACINE JOtrBXAlXEWH, APTEfeXOOy, AlL ggl16. 5 3(k 2i i THE SPIRIT OF PROGRESSIVES ESS EMPHASIZING THE SUPREMACY OF THE PALACE ISEVWENTIN THE UPLIFTING ELEMENT OF THE EXCELLENT FEATURE PHOTO PLAY PRODUCTIONS AND THE MOST CHA RMING MUSIC, WHICH WILL CHARJTEmZE THIS BEAUTIFUL THEATRE, THAT IS BmLTUP TO STANDARD AND NOT DOWN TO A PRICE Palace Beautiful Thi PHOTO PLAY THEATRE OP EN TOMORROW wi Sunday, April 23rd I Ethel Barrymore 1 overly Bayne CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE 13Q TO 11 F. M. The $10,000.00 Entertainment A nnouncement 'I take great pride in presenting to the Public, The Palaoe Photo Play House, whioh after many months of careful construction, is now fully completed and Yanois X. Bu hman it Is An Essential Part 1 of the Joy of Living It Is One of the Basic Instincts of Humanity.

Opening wnicn ibkbs pxao 23rd, at 1:30 o'clock, P. M. has been spared to make amusement house of the ready for the Sunday, April Nothing this an ideal Marguerite Snow. Palace 1 Mary Miles Minter Marvel ORCHESTRA Under the Master Touch of Mile. Tcrisc Meier Will Furnish the Most Delightful Music That Will Be An All Important Feature of Every Performance.

Our Policy: mi Courtesy and Quality With a Complete Change of Program Daily, And a Concert At the Beginning of Each Performance. highest standard, in which quality, cleanliness, courtesy and safety, will reign supreme. I have secured the very best pictures obtainable, and will show the International Stars in their latest and best photo play productions; also amusing, clean comedies, and most interesting travel subjects, with a complete change of program, daily. Added to this you will hear most charming music, you will be able to see at ease from any seat, and you will breathe pure, fresh air. With full assurance that the attractions which will appear at the Palace, will merit your steady patronage, and trusting that I may have the pleasure of seeing you all at the Palace, I remain Sincerely yours, ARTHUR FRIEDMAN, General Manager Will Present At All Times the Best That Can Be Shown In Feature Photo Plays With Players of International Reputation.

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