Excerpt from Exhibitors' Times, Vol. 1: The Motion Picture Newspaper; May 17, 1913
In future issues of The Exhibitors' Times we shall deal in detail with some of the suggestions in this book, which are possibly open to friendly criticism and amend ment. Meanwhile, we think individual Exhibitors might profitably get a copy of the book and read it. Ten cents is the charge for it. The. Value of the advice-is considerably more than that. Inferentially the book tells the Exhibitor how best to conduct his theatre. That is what the book amounts to if it is read by the light of intelligence and judgment.
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