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vv iiDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, lflU
Itl riULH l. TICKET.
U. 8. Senator Boles Penrose.
Oovemor Martin O. Brumbaugh.
Lieut. Governor -Frank H. MoClaln.
See' Internal Affair -Henry Ilouck.
Cbngres-at-Large -T. 8. Crsifo, M. H,
Garland, D. K. Lfen, J. It. K.Scott,
Congress Mamuel H. Miller.
State Senator Jewish Howard.
Assembly A, K. Mwbllog.
Supreme Court -Itobert 8. Frazer, George
Superior Court Fran Ic M . Trex ler, Jainea
It la bard lo real Ir.e that they are the
aame Dionaruha that were embracing each
other at recent royal wedding and funer
In inoet caare the old man who con-
trat8 Lincoln with living Rppnhliuana,
to their dlacredit, lainbaxled Lincolo
while he waa alive.
Whii.k Oen. Nhermao doubtleaa ex
pected to be longeal remembered for bia
march through Georgia to the aea, bia
greater fame will reel on a bit of ama
Thb aupreme court of the United
Statea baa declared that the International
Harvester company la a inooopoly, that
It la working along linca which restrain
Intemtate commerce, and that the con
cern mut diaaolve within nloety daya.
The deuce you aay! 8urely not the aame
harvester truat with which the name of
one George W. Perkina waa ao Intimately
linked but a few ohort ypara agcf
This land of the free and borne of the
knave ia abundantly aupplled with hu
man gboula and vulturra, aa la amply at
tented by the alacrity ahnwn by the pa
triotic pilferer In promptly Jumping
prices for loodittun", when there la no
juat raune for advancing the prlcea of
producta of which we have a anpera
bundance, and foreign outlets closed. He
la a mean thief who will ply bia calling
at a funeral. -Oil City Blizzard.
Bktwskn the avalanche of letlera from
the "folka at home" protesting against
the Wilson policies and the reported
threats of President Wilson and mem
bers of his cabinet to punish members of
Congress who refuse to help put through
Wilson policies, many Democratic Con
gressmen are driven almost to despera
tion. Mot for years haa the power of the
President and bia cabinet been used
with such pressure on Congressmen aa it
la now being uaed by Woodrow Wilson
and bia two able political assistants,
Postmaster General Burleson and Secre
tary McAdoo. Many appointments are
in tbe bands of these gentlemen, and
while nothing is written Congressmen
have been given to understand distinctly
that if those appointments are to "come
through," Congressmen must Jump at
at the crack of tbe whip, Congressmen
have been driven Into line by the Wilson
whip in support of measures wbich tbey
knew their constituents didn't want.
Now tbey are bearing from these con
stituents. Tbe breakinii point baa come.
Fifty cents a pound for beefsteak la
tbe prediction and tbe outlook, with a
corresponding increase in other meat
prices. This la the "reduced coat of liv
ing" wbich free trade was going to bring.
What free trade ia actually doing la to
greatly reduce tbe domestic meat aupply
and thereby increase tbe price. Free
trade in wool bag already resulted In the
sending to the butcher's block of several
million sheep and lamba which would
otherwise have been held for their
fleeces. Invariably our domestic sheep
flocks have diminished under free trade.
With a greatly reduced mutton supply
tbe meat trust finda II eacy enough to
mark up meat pricea all along tbe line.
It is after thia lasbion that free trade re
duces the cost of living! Of course tbe
Democratic party of free trade will try to
shift the blame on tbe European war, but
as pricea on all commodities bad begun
to soar toward tbe skies long before a
war waa thought of, that pretext won't
aave tbern from the condemnation of the
consumers, who are taxed to death to
Crowding The "Farmer."
Vance Cameron McCormick, tbe fac
tional Democratic candidate for governor
of Pennsylvania, aristocratic, highly per
fumed and of the ailk stocking brand,
Bsems determined to crowd "Farmer"
W. T. Creasy off tbe Democratlo ticket,
Candidate McCormick wants a fusion
with tbe bull moosers of Pennsylvania,
and he wants to have "Farmerr" Creasy,
the factimal Democratic candidate for
lieutenant governor, retired and have
Dean Lewis, the bull moose candidate
for governor, substituted for Mr. Creasy.
Candidate McCormick prefers Lewia
as bis running mate largely because
Lewis ia a college man, and ao tbe nego
tiations for a fusion are being engineered
at candidate McCormick'a behest.
Lewis, like McCormick, ia far removed
from tbe people, and like McCormick he
represents aristocracy and McCormick
firmly believes in advancing only the
rich and aristocratic.
Caudidate McCormick 1b certain to find,
however, that no possible fusion even in
bia political dreams will be effective in
thia state In tbe pending campaign.
Those Democrats who have been crowded
out of (heir party by the McCormick re
organization will refuse to be delivered
under any bargain or sale made by him,
and the people generally throughout the
state have found by bitter experience
that the policies of the Democrats have
unsettled business and destroyed conti
deuce until many of them are actually
deprived of life's necessities.
Torn and almost wrecked by factional
fights the Democracy of Pennsylvania ia
not dangerous or even serious. The
whole Democratic plan in the pending
campaign is to bold tbe Democratic party
machinery for the selfish purposes of
candidate McCormick and bia fellow re
organizers, and fusion would again make
Democracy the tail to tbe bull moose kite
justaa fusion with the Keystone party
disrupted and wrecked tbe Pennsylvania
Democracy only three years ago.
,..ua. Policy Saves Democratic
Washington, Aug. 18. -In the face of
tbe greatest financial panlo tbe country
baa ever known, (he Democratic party in
Congress had to turn back to the Repub
lican currency law lo avert financial dis
aster. Never, perhaps, did a great party
in complete control of all tbe brancbea of
government ever eat aucb humble pie aa
did tbe Democrats ben they asked tbe
Congress to use tbe terms of the Vree
land Aldrlch Currency bill to aave tbe
country from a panlo.
For Ave yeara tbe Vreeland-Aldricb
currency bill baa been the favorite source
of criticism by tbe Demoorata. Tbey at
tacked it from every aide. Yet when
tbey came to pass their own Glass-Owen
currency bill lor the purpose of prevent
ing panics, Ibey embodied therein the
essential leaturea ol tbe very measure
which they bad attacked.
Nrores of time on tbe floor of both tbe
House and Senate Democrats declared
tbe Gluas-Owen bill would render a panic
impossible. Democratlo atump speakers
took up thia assertion and declared a
measure hsd finally been found to put an
end lo pan lea. Tbe Democratlo presa fol
lowed with fulsome praise of the pro
posed panlo panacea.
Then tbe Deinocrata passed tbe Glass
Tbat bad been a law for eight months,
but organization under it bad not been
effected. Then tbe great European war
came on. European stocks and bonds
were dumped on America. Tbe coun
try waa aelzed with financial fear. Some
thing bad to be done. It waa repotted
that tbe Democratlo Glasa-Owen bill
which bad been ao widely heralded
oouldnolbe put into working effect for
thirty daya more. Yet la that thirty
daya business might be paralyzed, Tbe
aituation waa critical. Their eight
months' old currency bill could not do
tbe business. The President and bis
Secretary of tbe Treasury knew It. Tbey
were grasping for a relief measure. Tbe
fact waa forced upon them, tbat the old
Republican Vreoland-Aldrlch measure
was their only salvation. So, with bitter
reluctance, tbey asked Congresa to use
its provisions to save the oountry. Con'
greaa did and the panlo was averted.
ContiRKSsktAN George Klndol, of tbe
first district of Colorado, baa formally
left tbe Democratic party and will oppose
tbe Wilson administration. Mr, Klndel
is one Congressman from tbe Northwest
who baa reoognlced tbe absolute disre
gard for the present administration and
Democratlo majority in Congresa baa
shown for tbe Interests and tbe iudus-
tries of the aeotton wbich be, in part, rep
resents, Mr, Klndel baa bad tbe courage
to declare bia independence. He will
seek reelection, probably as an Independ
ent, for two reasons: tirst tbe neglect by
the Democratic party for all that (here ia
in the Northwest, and second, bia evi
dent belief tbat few Democrats will be
elected from tbe; Northwest In tbe com
ing campaign. Of President Wilson be
saya, "the President may know all about
tbe ayntax of Greek verbs, bnt be doea
not know anything about tbe practical
questions tbat are confronting tbe Amer
Thb three tanneries at Sheffield, name
ly, tbe Sheffield, the Tionesta, and tbe
Horton, until further ordera will run
only on balf time. Tbe cause Is given of
thoacarcity of bidea and the embargo
placed upon foreign shipments. It ia
planned tbat every man in the employ of
tbe companies rball at least work balf of
the time and no one be entirely out of
work. The leather business In this aeo
tion has been pretty well shot to pieces
eloce tbe new tariff law became opera
tive, and tbe big war put tbe finish on
tbe industry. Elk Democrat.
Tbe foregoing, coming from tbe aoarce
it doea, ia Us own best commentary on
tbe new Demooratlo tariff law.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Barrett and child
ren drove lo Tylersburg Saturday to at
tend a reunion of tbe latter'a family, and
remained over Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Watson not being able lo get away
Saturday, drove down Sunday morning
and apent the day with tbe latter'a grand
parents and the family gathered there.
Mr, and Mrs. F. J. Henderson and son
Rex and Rev. and Mrs. Henry Smallen-
berger and two daughters, Dauphine and
Esther, are in camp at West Hickory tbla
week. Rev. 8inallenberger returned
Sunday to attend hla out-of-town servi
ces, but Rev, Warren Jones tilled his ap
pointment here Sunday evening.
Tbe Misses Margaret Loroin and Pearl
Detar left for their respective places of
work Friday, tbe former to Pittaburg
and the latter to Meadvllle.
Ou Thursday evening tbe Keystone
and Gleaner classes had their haylnad
party and drove to Ross Run, where they
bad a fine lunch served by the latter
class. There was a good representation
of both classes and all report a good time.
Miss Olive Wolfe baa purchased the
Robblm building and will tit up tbe
lower floor for a millinery store, work
rooms and living rooms, and the upper
floor will be rented as family living
rooms, Mr. and Mrs. Robbing leave tbla
week for Albany, N. Y., where they ex
pact to make their future home. Olive
left Monday for Buffalo, and will not be
able to get any work done on her new
property until she returns.
Tbe base ball fana were disappointed
Thursday wben Sigel failed to put in an
appearance at the game appointed for
tbat day. The boys from here went to
Endeavor Saturday and were deleated in
a game there acore 11-4. Tbe Kellett
ville Outlaws went to Muzette Saturday
and treated tbe boya there to a fair drub
Mr. and Mra. W, S, Simpson drove to
Fisher Friday, then on to Marienvllln
Saturday, where tbey traded their two
passenger Metz for a flve-passenger Ford
car. Their niece, Jennie Dale, came over
with them, and on Sunday with Mr, and
Mrs. Robert Proudllt they drove to Mar
ienville to try the new car aud take Miss
Alva and Amos Reed of Clarion visited
their grandmother, Mrs. W. II. Dotterer,
and other relatives in town during the
week. They were accompanied home by
Howard Blum, who will spend this
week with them.
Mrs. George Parker is again on the
sick list. Her sister, Viola Vandervort,
ia here caring fur her,
Mrs. Nelson Russell, who has been Buf
fering for the past two yeara with tuber
culoma, I,, huea quuB , ,
week. Her father and sister were called
Mrs. John Peterson and daughter, 'Ao
dra, are visiting in Tionesta this week.
Dr. W. W. Serrlll'a olllce la receiving
repalra which will add to the convenience
and beauty of tbe place.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wbitehill spent
tbe week end at Itemis Height'.
Marorle Calliu of Marlenville la visit
ing ber uncle, Jay Callin', Ibis week.
Gladya Shaw, who apent the fore part
of the week with ber grandmother, Mrs.
Sbafer, left Wednetday for ber borne in
It la reported that tbe Pennsylvania
Oil and Gaa Co. drilled in a good gasrer
below lowo Saturday,
W. A. Kincb waa laid off tbe latter
part of tbe week with a sore eye. He bsd
the misfortune to run a piece of wire into
It while driving a cow out of the lot and
it baa been giving hi in considerable
trouble. Some time ago bs bad hla other
eye burt while working ou the mill, and
it has never been as good, which mskes
it bardsr to treat the one bo waa In tbe
habit of depending upon,
Misa Blanche Hendricks left Friday for
her home In Reyooldsvllle.
Kathllne Daubenspeck la visiting at
Crown thia week.
Cbaa. Daubenspeck droe to Tldloute
Saturday evening and spent Sunday with
bia class, which la camping there. He
report everything going well and all
having a good time.
A year-old child of Mr, and Mrs. Verne
Host la very sick.
Mr. and Mra. Albert Dunkle were
week-end vlsitora with the former's
brother in Kane.
G. F. Wataon and Harry 11. Watson of
Tionesta called on Mra. M, Andrews
A farewell reception was given In And
rews Hall Wednesday even!jg for Carol
Berlin, who left (own Friday (o Join bia
parents at Springfield, Mass.
Mra. M, Andrews and granddaughter,
Mlas Emma Andrews, gave a house par
ly the latter part of the week. Tbe out-of-town
guests were Miss Hilda Bush of
Erie, Mr, Homer Thompson of Grand
Valley, Pa., and Mr. Kennitb Brown of
Cleveland, O, Mra. Andrewa and ber
granddaughter attended tbe Cook family
reunion at Nebraska tbe first of last week.
Joseph Kincb, on Hell Hill, was visi
ted by tbe stork on Saturday last and a
One daughter waa given him. Every
thing cornea to those tbat wait. This la
the only girl in the family.
Mra. Geo. Fink Is sick at Sheriff, but
not seriously so, and we hope she baa a
apeedy recovery, as she has a large family
lo work for and only one girl to help ber
A large number of our young fellows
were swimming in tbe Tiouesta creek
below town Sunday and we are surprised
to aea this, aa much sickness, suffering
and death baa been cuused by bathing in
tbla poiaon stream. Everyone should
Bteer away from this water aa it la not fit
to wet your feet In now, and great harm
la likely to follow if you go into it.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Littlelleld of Hen
rys Mills, apent Sunday with the J. W.
Littlelleld family here.
The J. T. Miller family sold Ice cream
here on Saturday evening and disposed
of five gallons about as fast aa they could
dish it op. Many of our residents took
advantage of tbe opening and bought
cream from them.
Maurice Burdick of Uenrya Mills, came
over fiom Russell City tospend Sunday
with tbe J. T. Miller family before going
to work at Henrys Mills where he lias a
Saturday morning we were awakened
by two youug fellows tbat were at the
Russell City dance and were returning
the rig to Kellettville. They aoeined to
be making noise to keep awake, aud any
one who baa been there knowa one gets
very sleepy the next day after a danoe.
On the morning train tbe same day they
bad to do tbe aame to amuse the passeng
ers. Might aa well bit the stage comedi
ans, don't cher know.
J. C, Black entertained company from
Kellettville Sunday, among wbich were
two very nice babies, but we do not wish
tbe motbera to get too proud of them on
account of 9?Jrfli36Bat
, rircy jftftjfiTn Clarendon waa the
guest ot the J. W. Littlelleld family here
Sunday, alter an absence of many daya.
Glad to aee you Bob, come again.
Geo. Blum and wife went to Tionesta
last Saturday to visit the Carll family,
and left tbe small children with the older
onea while absent.
Marian Rupert started on a trip to
Clarion county last Saturday and will go
to Foxburg first, where he will visit bia
cousin, Fran It Tlppery, aud later to visit
bia grandparents at Knox,
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Llttlefield went to
the berry woods Saturday and returned
with the biggest haul yet brought In by
two people. They went lo a diffeient
place Iroin where all the poople go f r
tbla fruit, and were well rewarded for Ih
Misa Lottie Llttlefield went to May-
burg Sunday to visit ber brother Lale
Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Burdick of Shef
field visited the Rupert family Saturday
We olten wonder if the girl In the auto
ever found where Lizzie lives,
Ihere Is war everywhere and even
some on the trains, at least there waa a
ehort battle on the evening train last
Saturday, No one killed or wounded.
A. party ol youug men from Wellera
hired an auto and took a trip to Niagara
Falls on Sunday, starting early in the
morning. We are not in touch with the
details but ln agine that it will be a
O. E. Rupert, the ganger here for the
National Transit Co., will be relieved on
Monday and can go any old place he
wants to. Lyle L. Patuhea of Tiona will
take the district during bis absenco.
Tbe Case of L. L. Cantelou.
The rase of L. L. Cantelou, Clarendon,
Texas, is similar to that of many others
who have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, He
says, "After tryiug a doctor for several
months, and using different kinds of
medicine for my wife, who had beuu
troubled with severe bowel complaint
for several months, I bought a 25o bottle
of Chamberlaiu'a Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, After using the
second bottle she was entirely cured."
For sale by all dealers. adv
- Shoflield, l a., ia among the first to
feel the effects of the war. The three
largo tanneries there owned by the
Elk Tanning company started operat
ing on half time, owing to the scarcity
of hides caused by the placing of an
embargo upon foreign shipments.
Word also was received of an advance
of 2 cents a nound oi sale leather.
iStatb op Oh to Citv, of Toledo, I
Fhank J. Chunky makes oath that be
Is tbe senior partner of tbe firm of F. J.
Cheney A Co., doing business in the
City ol Toledo, County Bnd State afore
saiil, and that said firm will pay the aum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh tbat can
not be cured by tbe use of Hall's Ca
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, thia (JUi day ol December,
A. D. 1W.
seal. - A. W. OLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally
and acta directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
U'HtiuiouiaK free. adv
Not So Strange After All.
You may think It strange tbat ao many
people are cured of stomach trouble by
Chamberlain's Tablets. You Would not,
however, If you should give them a trial.
Tbey strengthen and invigorate tbe
stomach and enable It to perform Its
functions naturally. Mrs. Rosie Risb,
Wabash, Ind., wrlies, "Nothing did me
the least good until I began using Cham
berlain's Tablets. It is decidedly tbe
best medicine for stomach trouble I have
ever used." For sale by all dealers, adv
They Prefer Peace and Quiet.
Since orders were issued for mobil
ization of the reserves of the foreign
countries the applications for naturali
zation papers have increased more
than 30 per cent in New Yoi It.
The Twenty Year Test.
"Home twenty years ago I used Cham
hnrlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," writes Geo, W. Brock, pub
lisher of tbe Enterprise, Aberdeen, Md.
"I discovered tbat it was a quick andssfe
cure for diarrhoea. Since then no one
can sell ine anything said to be 'Juat as
good.' During all these years I have
used it and recommended it many times,
and it baa never disappoiuted anyone,"
For sale bv all dealers. adv
Notice la berebv given that application
will be made on Friday, Sept. 4, 1014, at
10 o'clock a. m. to the Public Service
Commission of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania for (he extension of the
territory of tbe Elk Natural Gas Co. to
embrace points lu Elk, Forest, Warren
and McKean counties
Henry O. Evans, Solicitor.
Notice is hereby given (hat application
will be made on Friday, Sept. 4, 1014,
at 10 o'clock a. m to the Public Service
Commission of tbe Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania for the approval of the in
corporation and of tbe beginning of tbe
exercise ol the rights, powers and fran
chises of tbe Elk Natural Gaa Company,
Henry O. Evans, Solicitor.
AUDITORS' STATEMENT of the ao
ciunts.of Tionesta Borough School
District for the year ending July 6, 1014:
J. R. Clark, Treasurer.
W. II. Hood, Collector, 1012 (ax.. 452 01
County Treasurer, 1911 tax 60 62
Tuition 618 64
W. U. Hood, Collector. 1013 tax.. 2.2f4 00
State appropriation 028 36
M. A. Csrrlnger, Atty, tax 84
High school appropriation 262 60
Balance due treasurer 8(103
Loans 800 00
Balance due last settlement 66 27
Ordera redeemed 5,300 71
2 per cent. com. on $5,300.71 106 02
W. II. Hood, Collector.
To 1013 duplicate f2,801 66
5 per ceut. added on $001 66 45 08
Balance on 1011 duplicate 147 00
Balance on 1012 duplicate 408 16
By paid treasurer, 1012 tax $ 452 01
Exoneratinna, 1012 33 18
Cards and postage 2 60
Land returns 10 47
Paid treasurer, 1013 tax 2,254 00
Balance due 730 83
W. II. Hood, Collector, 1013 tax..( 502 74
1011 tax.. 147 00
Ordera outstanding ( 600 00
Assets in excess 239 8-1
Repairing, etc ( 607 30
Printing 10 1)0
Loans 800 00
Teachers' salaries 2,800 00
Teachers' institute IK) 00
Fuel .. 302 05
Water 61 81
Auditors fl no
1 ext hooks 7 12
Interest 1 ftfj
Hupplies 482 38
Freight and drayage 20 82
Tuition 7 50
Janitor 100 00
Secrelary's salary, etu 4165
Insurance 50 00
Commencement 51 23
Collection of taxes , 103 60
Directors' convention 24 00
Attorney 20 00
Miscellaneou c 21 60
We, the undersigned Auditors of Tlo
nesta Borough, hereby certify that we
have examined the loregolng accounts
and found them to be correal aa staled.
J. G. Jamtkson, )
.1. N, Bank head, Auditors.
R. L. Hamlet, I
Attest M. A. Cahrinoer, Clerk,
Still On Deck.
Jiearly Everything' You Need.
ALWAYS THE RIGHT PRICE.
You should take advan
tage of this opportunity to
buy wash dresses suitable
for school wear at prices
aery much under actual
Made of Ginghams,
Linenes, Percales and Gal
ateas, sizes 4 to 14 years.
These dresses were
bought at a reduction and
we believe you will find
the prices we ask are less
than the cost to you of
material and trimming
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c
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At The Pastime Theatre,
Thursday, Aug. 27, 1914.
Showing at 2 to 6 and 7 to 11 p. m.
Admission, 15c and 25c.
Wall Paper, Window Shades
J. L. Heplcr
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with first class equipment. We ca
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at reasonable rates. Prompt service
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Conn and see us.
Hear of Hotel Weaver
Telephone IV o. 2rt.
H. I. Cohen, Proprietor.
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No such stock ever kept in Tio
Our reputation already extends
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because we keep the Freshest,
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Come and See.
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Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.
f THE "PRUDENTYOUNG MAN HAS
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It is the dutjof a young man before he "pops the ques
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man who banks his money gains fast in the race for success
over the one who squanders his entire income. He is the
one who is trusted and taken into partnership. We love to
encourage young men to save their money and are always
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Forest County Nactionad Bank,
The Great Annual Event.
ERIE COUNTY FAIR
Sept. 1, 2, 3 and 4,1914.
Open Day and Night.
The Fair of Modern Progress
Thursday, August 27, 1914.
Antony & Cleopatra
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One of the most thrilling, awe inspiring moments of George
Kleine's glorious production of the Cines Photo Drama "Antony
and Cleopatra" is when the Egyptian Queen orders her slave
thrown to the crocodiles of the Nile lor daring to have fallen in
love with Marc Antony. The picture is realistic in the extreme.
The huge monsters are seen swimming about the stream, which
flows at the foot of the palace steps, laying in wait for any article
of food that may be thrown to them. The curtains of the en
trance part and Cleopatra and her retinue appear, followed by a
powerful slave who carries the young girl securely bound. At
the Queen's signal the slave throws the girl into the waters.
The crocodiles make one dive for her and all disappear into
the depths of the river. Meanwhile Cleopatra looks on unmoved
by pity, regal even in her hatred and malevolence, flashing
proud fury from her eyes and a sneer of conscious disdain and
power enveloping her features. It is an episode both dramatic
and sensational that holds the spectator spellbound, yet carries
with it no leeling of repulsion that might naturally be expected.
It is superbly acted and superbly carried out. This is only one
of a host of scenes that go to make the Cines "Antony and
Cleopatra" the greatest photo drama yet produced.
Showing at 2 to 5 and 7 to 1 1 p. m.
Admission, 15c and 25c.
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