At Sheffield, a film depicting the daily life of Wilhelm Hohenzollern at Doorn commenced to unreel at the principal cinema theatre.
"Take it off!" roared a bull-necked Briton.
"A bas Guillaume l'assassinateur!" [Down with Wilhelm, instigator of assassins!] shrieked a Frenchwoman.
The film was taken off amid pandemonium and replaced by a U. S. feature picture.
At London a cinema theatre manager received a note "with a bullet hole through it," reading: "If you put Kaiser Bill on your screen tonight I'll come and shoot him and the screen...