The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, March 09, 1919, Page 33, Image 33

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    TIIw OHEGOII SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SUNDAY MORNING, ; MARCH 9, 1919.
type of killer, tut one who, like a devas
tating: angel, swept through the coun
tryside of the early Mormon settlement
end made his name a terror to rifht a
great . wrong. - - . . (
- Iald ia-Utah, -ia the day wien" un
scrupulous leaders- of . the church were
trying to foist potygamy on their fol
lowers, the story has to deal with the
abduction of a girt by a powerful dig
nitary of the church, the life-long hunt
of her brother for the guilty man and
the final accounting when Lsiter
avenges tie wrong to the honor of his
sister.- . - - .;
- The closing v scene "of this ' drama of
the western desert is staged In the
mountains. - in a spot . of natural
grandeur. To save a girl and her sweet
heart from a force of pursuing Mor
mons, a huge rock Is dropped down a
nheer, cliff, crushing to death many of
the . horsemen and sealing up the flee
ing couple in a valley-forever.
The Sunshine comedy, "His Smashing
Career." with Bitlie Ritchie and Oer-
trude Selby Js the comedy feature of ;h'
.
OEOFLES William 1'irnum is the fea.
ture In another -big de luxe produc-i
tton called "The Man Hunter." at the'
People's. : He ' begins this story ss a!
wealthy clubman m London. Through !
the purchase of a . huge block of su p-'
posedly worthless stock he ie left pen-'
niiess. i
-He starts to slide down the scale of
life until, -arriving In New Tork, he i
becomes a longshoreman.' During the
time of his degradation the spirit of
revenge against . the "friend" who sold '
him the stock burns in his breast. This
friend" - also has come to -New York,
and when" Farnum arrives Is endeavoring-to
win the hand of an . oil king's
daughter,-who Is about to make a trit!
abroad. This man bar learned of Far
mini's arrival and fears to remain In.
New. York. ' He takes passage on the
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1 1 TICKET OFFICE SALE OPENS TOMORROW 1 1
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: - - ' ' - -- Clg-M '" ' I, -AMUSEMENTS
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V - CIRCLE-FOTr& "near WMhintton. Thed I fll O A jf
tit Mmk. I 1 Brt, in "When Wom Sini." Diy and I I 1 1
- . - . ' nrmmnwi ' -'!!- 1IM Uisn maKes me cnwper one 01 aenntu comeay, ins village onuuw, I pelted to .take the place of a lively asso- I Wf ft 1 ' KQVn
. .:?:Ts-?7 delightful whimsicalities, a unique ana ana tne uurton tioimes -iraveiogue.
jt$ V,gffi?5v fascinating personality. The comedy is Organ concert by Murtagh.
i ' mi- gSfr -w fuller than any Miss Gish has attempted
s-V " ft the past, and it becomes her with COLUMBIA Charles Ray's new photo-
i : :A t u,oin . w piay, "l ne uiri Lodg:er, ' a Thomas i
?S: I fOles. yr Ihce-Faramount nicture. showine at I
V'-v-V? I a Mama nrnerom ia a u-nKaal 1 V.A PnlmnKin a V a wa.wr -n-nr lor nlAan n..l-kn1r Vtla ctnintid I I I
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ORPHEUS! Broadway at Taylhr. Vandeill
iiradJtne. "Th Four Htband, Muaical
comedy. Afternoon. 2:20: enmr.! 8 :20.
rANTAUES Broadway at Yamhill. Vaudeville
Deadline act. The Colonial Hit, in aoosa
of yesterday and today. Other vaudeville acta
-and Dicturea. Afternoon and nient.
HIPPOBROMK Broadway at Yamhill. Vaude
ville and pbotoplay featurea. noon concert
by enlarged orchestra. Afternoon , and nieht.
STOCK , .
BAKER Broadway at Morrison. Baker Stock
company m "Tlie Blue Envelope. Matinee,
2:20: nifht. 8:20.
ALCAZAR Eleventh and Monisonn. The Alca
zar Players in "Playthings." Matinee, 2:15;
tiiffht- 8:15.
LTKIC Fourth "and Stark. Lyric Muaical Farce
company, in The Belle of Portland.' livery
evenms, and every afternoon except Thursday.
PHOTOPLAYS
CQLf M BIA Washington near Btark. Charlca
Bay, in - The Ulrl Uodeer." - 11 a. m. to li
n. m.
L.IBEKTY Broadway at Stark. John Barry-
more, in "A Romance of Happy valley. 11
a. m. to 11 p. in.
STRAND Washington between Park and West
Park. Vaudeville arts. Feature .: photoplay.
Fritri Brunette, in "The Sealed Envelope."
11 a. m. to 11 p. in.
MAJESTIC Washinirton at Park. Pauline
Frederick. "The Woman on the Index." 11
a. h. to 11 p. m.
GLOBE Washinirton near Eleventh. William
Farnum. in "The Spoilera." 1 p. m. to 11
p. m.
SUNSET Washington at Broadway. William
Farnum. in "Rider ot the Purple Sage." 10
i. m. to 11 p. n.
CIRCLE Fourth near Washington. Theda
Bars, in "When a Woman Sins." Day and
night. '
STAR Washington at Park. J. Warren Ker
rigan, in "The Drifters." 11 a. m. to 11
p. ro.
PEOPLF.S West Park and Alder. William Far
num in "The Man Hunter." 11 a. m. to
11 p. m.
self by hla fistic prowess and despite
tastes, wins the other4 fellow's girl.
Needless to say, Charles Ray is the
dreamy student..' Doris Lee is the girt."' J
The pranks of students, the distract
ing experience, of the student when he
mistakes the fashionable- affianced of
Ijis friend for the chorus gtrl, the en
suing contretemps and a series of the
most amusing and exciting complications
provide material for what Is termed the
most rapid fire film that has been pro
duced by Mr. Ince in a long time.
On the same bill Is featured Gloria
Joy, 4 years Old in a two-roeler, entitled
"Corrine Came Home." The Paramount
Pictogranh, 'as usual.
SUNSKT Playiog'the part of Lasslter,
William, Farnum is the attraction
at the Sunset theatre for four days in
the screen ; adaptation of Zane Grey's
famous novel,- "Riders of the Purple
Sage."
In this, virile drama of pioneer days
In Utah, Mr. Farnum portrays the part
of a western gunman not the vicious
Sennett comedy. "The Village Smithy,"
and the Burton Holmes Travelogue
Organ concert by Murtagh.
COLUMBIA Charles Ray's new photo
play, "The Girl Oodger," a Thomas
H. Ince-Paramount picture, Bhowing at
the Columbia for the new week, is clean-
cut entertainment from start to finish.
It. has the ingredients of a thoroughly
fascinating tale of school daysor col
lege days. The adventures , of Cuthbert
Trotman, a dreamy student, who ia com
pelled to .take the place of a lively asso
ciate when a dinner in honor of a chorus
lady and her friends, planned by the
other, conflicts with a more serious af
fair, is the basis of a plot that involves
the hero in some of the most amazing
adventures. He finally extricates him
his dreamy outlook and his etudiou?
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N Portland silver screens this week:
1. Charles Ray in "The Girl Dodger," Columbia.
, 2. Fritzi Brunette in "The Sealed Envelope," Strand.
Warren Kerrigan in "The Drifters," Star,
Pauline Frederick' in "The Woman on the Index," Ma-
-t.
jestic.
5. William Farnum in "The Man Hunters," Peoples.
6. Lillian Gish in "A Romance of Happy Valley," Liberty.
. 7. William Farnum in "Riders of the Purple Sage," Sunset.
- 8. William Farnum, who will ?be seen in "The Spoilers,"
Globe.
Photo Plays
LIBERTY Comedy ;. again appears as
a happy-attendant to the playing of
Miss Lillian Gish in' her newest role,
that, of r a country girl,- In ' "A Romance
of Happy Valley." David W. Griffiths'
second Artcraft -production, opening to
day for a four-day run at ' the-. Liberty.
Miss Gish's efforts in comedy In "The
; Great Love" were rewarded by general
applause from the critics. Under Mr.
Griffith's -direction she has created - a
new and delightful character,;, and her
part as Jennie Timberlake is even more
sparkling... : : v " ' - -
- She appears as the only child of an
idle, likeable farmer in the Ohio valley
country, a man who neglects his little-:
fields, but attends most industriously to
. his. sleep. He W ishes his daughter to
dress as her mother did. To be con
fined to rural styles of at generation
past, and at the same time' array one
self to attract "the. interest Of .v young
John Logan Jr. Is a supreme task for her
girlish ingenuity. ? :y. '-tr
Her trials are not .entirely confined to
fascinating the eyes of John Logan : J r..
for her father is addicted to headaches
and of ttlmes needs her attention In the
night. So she - arranges a signal sys
tem of quaint and -effective simplicity.
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Kerrigan
"THE drifters:
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KATHLEEN NORRIS ! '
Announcement Extraordinary!
NOW PLAYING
The Supreme Dramatic Masterpiece of . the Screen
REX BEAGM'S;
Wonderful Drama of the Northwest and the Alaska Gold fields
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TV
Brand New 1919 De Luxe Enlarged Edition
FEATURING
WILLIAM
FARNUM
KATHLYN ' WILLIAMS
BESSIE EYTON
THOMAS SANTSCHI
WHEELER OAKMAN
The 1919 version contains every scene of the original sensational success
and several hundred additional scenes with the same stars. It fairly
. tingles with action and excitement.
THE SPOILERS" HAS. NO EQUAL. SEE IT
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T M EATRE
Washington at Eleven th Street
Positively No Advance in Admission A i
Two Days Starting
AT THE
CIRCLE
4th at Washington
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"When A Woman
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Toe Regeneration ef a Modern
Vampire
A thrilling drama of a wronged
girl's struggle against the hypoc
risy -of society. It is a story of
love and the impulse of love, of
sin. and Its burning costs of the
wild gay life of the abandoned
souls in a great city. " The fight
of a present day magdelen.
ALSO
HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY
"HEAR 'EM RAVE"
AND CARTOON
Admission 15c-10c-5c
Open From 9 o'CIock in the
Morning
Until 4 o'CIock - the' Following
! Morning ; . .
V
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! THIS WEEK I
WILLIAM
FARNUM
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SATURDAY
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BHOAD1VAT AT TATLOB
Hals 1 and A-lJiJ
HEILIG THEATRE
NIGHTS, MCH. 13-14-15
THIS 1
WEEK I
Tharsday
Friday
Satardsr
SPECIAL PRICE MATINEE SATURDAY
WILLIAM MAXINE
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Balcony, first 5 rows.... 2.00
'Balcony, next 9 rows,.,,. . 1.B0
Balcony, last t row..-. ........ f. 1.00
Gal., reserved, 75c; admission.. .50
SAT. MAT.
Floor
Balcony. . next 9 rows,
Balcony, last I rows.....
Oal., reserved, 7&c; admission.
12.00
1.60
1.00
.75
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IHOW TO SECURE TICKETS BT MAIL
" Address letters, make checks and postofflee money orders payable to
W. T. Pangle. Mgr. Heilig Theatre. Include War Tax, 10 per cent of price
tickets desired; Include telfaddresied stamped envelope to help insure safe
return. - .
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THE HOUSE OF HITS
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FARCE THIS YEAR A RIOT OF LAUGHTER
DON'T MISS THIS ONE
THE BLUE
ENVELOPE
Fof husbands and wives especially
And those who expect, to be
Prices. 25c 50c. MATS. 2C (Tea)
; Noxt Woek
The Old Homestead
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PLAYS 'OF QUALITY
Pablo Casals
The World's Greatest Cellist
Heilig Theatre
Wednesday Evening, March 12
Price $2.00 to 50 Cents V
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Box office ' opens Monday, March 10. Direction
Ellison -White Musical Bureau. ' Lawrence R. Lam
bert, general manager.
BANGING TODAY
RIVERSIDE PARK
ON THE RIVER
THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING
2:30 Until 10 P.M.
The Largest and Finest Dancing
Pavilion in the State
. ' . .. .
v Under New Management
GOOD FLOOR--GOOD MUSICGOOD ORDER
Cars at First and Alder Streets Direct to Parlr.
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