Change of Program Every Three Days

Ogden Standard Examiner, 15 April 1908, page 5

The management of Dreamland Theater takes pleasure in announcing to their many patrons that they now have an unsurpassable film service, and are putting on 1,000 feet of brand new pictures each day, making an entire change of pictures each three days. You are due at Dreamland every three days.

The program for today will be one of the finest we have ever shown.

“CHRISTMAS EVE,” which is shown for the first time today, is another Pathe master-piece, beautifully tinted.

“THE COWBOY AND THE SCHOOL MARM” is another fine subject by the Edison Company.

Today will be the last day of “THE DYNAMITERS.”

The songs, “DOLLY DEAR” and “SWEET-HEART DAYS” are the best we have had in weeks, and are rendered by Robt. Adams in a masterful manner.

Our pianist, Mrs. Walker, is an artist, and you are sure to enjoy a pleasant hour with us. If you like pictures, see them at Dreamland, the home of motion pictures.

Our souvenir matinee this week will be on Saturday, when each lady will receive a pretty Japanese pin tray.

Especial attention shown to ladies and children.