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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1919.
but the movie villain knows, when he
goes on, that he must take a beating.
TODIVS 'JL,M FEATURES.
Star Bryant Washburn, "Some
thins to 1JO."
Sunset Mary Pickford. "Rebec
ca of Sunnybrook Farm"; Char
lie Chaplin, "'Shoulder Arms."
Liberty Anita Stewart, "From
Peoples Dorothy Gish, "Peppy
Columbia Prlscilla Dean, "The
Majestic Gaby Ueslys, "Infatu
ation." Globe "The Heart of Human
ity." Cirrle John Barrymore, "Are
You a Mason?"
T-ROM HEADQUARTERS," the
H nwe Liberty theater photoplay
offering: starring beautiful
Anita Stewart, and with Earle Wil
liams as her leading- man, is a power
fully dramatic film, one of the greatest
police stories ever transferred to the
It's a fmli tale depicting- the mighty
struggle between love and duty within
the heart of a father when he learns
that his only daughter has trusted in
the wiles and promises of her employ
er, and that she's guilty of attempted
murder. The father is a police detec
tive, and when he is assigned to the
task of running down the person who
assaulted "William Brown, a wealthy
broken, inflicting a wound said to be
fatal, the trial leads him to his own
home, and his own daughter.
Ralph Ince directed the production,
I iwith Anders Aandolf and Templar Saa:e
i .other members of the cast.
"From Headquarters," closes tomor-
, row night, with Lieutenant Bert Hall,
' American ace and author of "In the
Air," appearing on Sunday in person
and in "A Romance of the Air." It's
arn unusual entertainment combination,
. that of the personal appearance of such
a famous air fighter as Hall, and a
thrilling photo-tale of the air."
I : Matinee for Women.
' As a novel introduction to the
screening of "The Spreading Evil," the
powerful social evil photoplay which
opens at the Star theater tomorrow,
the theater management will give a
special free matinee to women, com
mencing at 10 a. m.
The first 800 women who present
themselves at the theater wjll be at
mitted free to witness a special show
ins of the production which has creat
ed a sensation in many of the big
Jasephus Daniels, secretary of the
navy, many United States senators, in
cluding Senator Chamberlain, and oth
er public men. have heartily indorsed
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plcturirffltlon of the auccenninl
tage play which opens at Sun.
set theater tomorrow.
e ap- t
this picture as one which throws light
upon the dread blood disease, which is
one of the scourges of humanity.
Mary Pickford broke up a scene while
she was making "Daddy Longlegs.'
fehe pouted bo hard ner upper
tickled her nose and she sneezed!
An esfstern film concern sent its west
ern company down south in North Caro
lina to shoot some scenes. While there
they spent eight hours and J1150 to
get a shot of a horse yawning. A di
rector with a bright idea finally se
cured the desired scene. He read the
scenario to the animal.
Harry S. Northrup, Methro villain,
complains that being a villain is wear
ing. On the battlefield you have a
chance to ti-ht for your life, he says.
Our idea of absolute comfort and
happiness is to secure a location in a
theater where we cannot hear the sub
titles read aloud to little Willie.
Harry Morey deserts the hero roles
and plays the part of a bent and brow
beaten blind man in "Fighting Des
Rosemary Theby, who used to play
with Harry Myers, is hooked up with
Francis Ford in a new serial.
Fannie Ward and her husband. Jack
Dean, are in England. Fannie is go
ing to return to the stage.
Society breaks into the movies! So
says the pres sagent in announcing the
face that Alice Elliott, an Oakland. Cal.,
society girl, has been engaged to play
opposite Monroe Salisbury in "1 he open
There's another war on. It was pre
cipitated in Los Angeles by the asser
tion that H. B. Warner and William
Desmond are the two best-dressed men
in the motion picture colony.
Here's a good one: The press agent
has H. B. Warner decry hunting and
fishing. "I never kill anything," says
H. B. Muct be tough on him when the
scenario demands that he play the
avenger on some of these screen vil
Jane Novak win be leading woman
for Sessue Hayakawa in his next pic
ture. Mrs. Sidney Drew is looking for com
edy stories. Domestic life stuff is fa
vored. V. B. K. Film Corporation, 220
West Forty-second street. New York
Fay Tlncher is back at her old tricks.
She's making Christie comedies.
They say that Charlie Chaplain was
the only American to perform the amaz
ing feat of marching into every Ger
man point of occupation simultaneously
after the armistice was declared. Yep,
you've guessed it.
Pearl White is answering to the call
of "Author, Author!" She has written
the story of her life and a well-known
New York publisher has accepted it for
Here is a new twist in the theatrical
situation. Instead of taking Boradway
favorites and making screen favorites
out of them. Marguerite Fisher thinks
it better to take a screen star and make
a Broadway favorite out of her. There
fore she puts it to the test in her next
picture, "Trixie from Broadway."
Madame Nazimova has joine'd the
ranks of the portrayers of dual roTes.
In her new picture, "The Red Lantern,"
she takes the part of Mahlee, an Eura
sian girl, and of Blanche Sackville, an
Madame Petrova, it is said, accumu
lated more actual returns in dollars
and cents than any other dramatic art
ist during her four years spent in pictures.
Read The Oreffonian classified ads.
Waist-seam suits are
over-the-top styles for young men
Hart Schaffner &. Marx
designed and made for us ex
clusively a lot of very lovely -ones,
single and double
breasted models, all-wool fab
rics, fine hand tailoring. We
show them with all the latest
ideas in lapels, pockets, shoul
ders, sleeves. The finest stuff
ever shown to dressy young
men. We're showing some
unusual values at
Rosenblatt & Co.
The Men's Store for Gasco Bldg.
. Quality and Service Fifth and Alder
Others at $30, $40 and $50
Men's business suits
in BlueSerge and Mixtures,
exceptional values, in the
famous Hart Schaffner &
Marx make, in conservative
and semi-fitting models, as
low as $25. We have clothes
for men in all walks of life at
just the price you'll want to
Grip that dollar of
yours tight and
think twice before
handing out a bigger
price than we ask.
You save easily a
couple of dollars on
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Sizes 5 to 11
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Beware of imitators and imitation sample
shops. Look for Big Sign with the hand pointing
at 286 Morrison Street. Factory Sample Shop
286 Morrison Street, Between Fourth and Fifth, Next to Corbett Building
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