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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN: MXIUY. MARCH 2. 1&C0.
Flares and Flickers
"U Miserable, Ictor HugoV. Letter. For Worse." is Utdv Mary
.mating masterpiece that can never the lord's daughter who tails In love
crow old while human hearts are
fceitlnjr. will ba shown at The Oregon
Wednesday and Thursday of this
veeki William Karnuin starring.
jrrepreitlfle Mabel Normand has
broken out l&ain' Proof of the out
break i found in "The Pest." and
ttidence of the sprightly comedien
ae'i hiBh. spirits will be enjoyed
fern the new Goldwyn picture comes
to Ye Liberty theater, beginning on
"His Wife's Money." a new Selz
slck picture with Eugene O'Hrien as
th ilir, which is announced as the
feature attraction at the Oregon the
atre soon, has many points to com
, meat it to dyed-in-the-wool follow
ers ot motion pictures and theatri
cals in fenerai.
His Wife's Money," it is said.
has genuine novelty of plot despite
the fact that it deals with conditions
of life with which everyone is more
or less familiar.
Notable casts have always been
features of productions by Cecil B.
PeMUle, but in-"Male and Female'
the Paramount-Artcraft screen ver
sion of Sir James M. Fterrie's fam
ous play. "The Admirable Crichton.
the master director has fairly out
done himself. For- the important
roles in this picture, which will open
a four day's dun at Ye Liberty thea
ter, starting today, some of the most
prominent players in filmdom have
been assembled. ' Thomas Meighan,
leading man for Billie Burke, Mar
caerlte Clark, and other stars, has
U part of Crichton. the" extraordin
ary English butler who becomes
practically a king. Gloria Swanson,
who scored so decisively in "For
with Crichton. Lila Lee. Paramount
Aitcrait Kisr. is her servant-maid
rival. Theodore Roberts has a char
acteristic role. Others in the cast
are Raymond Hat ton, liebe Daniels.
Mildred Rtardon, Robert Cain, Edna
Mae Cooper and Guy Oliver.
! picture, "Excuse My Dust." which la
me attraction at the Oregon theatre.
The disgust of a modern, high-
spirited girl for the man who is a
rashion-plate and nothing more,
finds interesting expression on the
screen in Vitagraph's new Picture.
Over the Garden Wall." lteiude
Ixve. one.of the prettiest players in
filmdom. is the star.
"Over the Garden Wall" will be
the featured attraction at the Rligh
That incomparable novel of bov
life. "Huckleberry Finn." has been
put into what is declared to be a
truly great photoplay. It will be
shown at the Oregon theatre soon
me motion picture producers say
that no stories lend themselves so
admirably to production on the
screen as do the humorous works of
the inimitable Mark Twain. "Huck
and Tom" and "Tom Sawyer" were
earlier photoplay successes. Now the
same director. William D. Taylor, has
taken the beloved vagabond. Huck
Finn, and made him the hero of a
film that is said to be even more en
joyable than its predecessors.
A careless helmsman, flirting with
the serving girl, wrecks a yachting
party on a desert tropical Island in
"Male and Female." a Paramount
Artcraft picture, produced by Cecil
H. DeMille. which will come to Ye
Liberty, starting today. Moreover,
it's a real yacht and a real rock that
comes together. It's only one of
the big scenes where lives and a
large amount of money were risked
for the sake of realism in this pro
duction, which is a screen version
of Sir James M. Barrie's great play,
"The Admirable Crichton."
The motion picture cominr to the
Oregon theatre Friday and Saturday
is ueciared to be a laughing cure for
the blues as well as an inside tip to
young wives who are suspicions of
tneir equally young husbands. It's
called "What's Your Husband Do-
Anita Stewart is especially fitted
for her part in "Mind the Pains
Girl." a First National picture which
ill he shown at Ye Liberty next
The story is almost entirely built
r round stae life and Miss Stewart
has spent a large part of her life in
a theatrical atmoaphete. Conse
quently she knows It thoroughly.
ine part sne takes in this ncture
is practically acting her own life.
Xerrna Talmadge. famed beauty of
the screen. Is coming to the Oregon
theatre next Sunday in her latest Se
lect special. "She Loves and Lies.". a
comedy drama founded on Wilkie
Collins' story of the same name.
Dorothy Phillips, starring in one
of her best. "The Talk of the Town."
at the Bligh Wednesday and Thurs
There are tricks of the trade, even
in such a lightning-speed business as I
automobile racing. Several of them
are shown in the new Wallace Reidl
GRMD OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAY MARCH 30
.1 THE BIGGEST SCREAM EVER OFFERED
MUTT AND JEFFS
The Laugh Show
Of the Age
CATCHY MUSIC GOOD COMEDY PRETTY COSTUMES
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A REAL BEAUTY SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS
i .' Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
- Seat sale opens Monday at Opera House Pharmacy
For this week's attraction of the
Alcazar Stock company. "The Man
From Kokomo" will be the offering
on Tuesday matinee nnd night.
March 3. at the Bligh theater.
"The Man From Kokomo" is one
of those cood sterling plays that
never fails to get many laughs and
keeps the audience in a good hu
George G. Mack is a chubby comic
who has a fund of clever stories and
songs that are delightfully differ
ent. He is on the Hippodrome show
at the Bligh today.
Lots of fun in store for the lit
tle folks and the grown-ur-a. too.
st the Bligh today. Emmett's Ca
nines, 11 high-strunk. well educated
cogs, win piesent an unusual pro
gram of interesting stunts. Includ
ing the cakewalk. broncho busting
and a cute little circus, but the big
laugh of all is the football game,
Thy will be at the Bligh today
Harry Fisher and company, offer
ing a comedy cycling act. on the
Hippodrome show at the Bligh to
Those inimitable cartoon comics, i
Mutt and Jeff, originally created by
Bud Fisher and brought into the
limelight of additional fame by Gus
Hill, are underlined to hold forth
in a merry whilr of action, mirth.
screams, music, pretty girls, sur
prises and their latest adventures at
the Grand Opera house, commencing
Tuesday, March 30.
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Always Good Most Times Great
"The Acme of Canine Intelligence'
FISHER & CO. GEORGE MACK
Comedy Bicycle Novelty "Something Different'
"OVER THE GARDEN WALL"
Plenty of Love, Romance and Adventure
TUESDAY ONE DAY ONLY
Presents the Laughable Farce Comedy
"THE MAN FROM K0K0M0"
SPECIAL ICATINEE -
WM1 BIIS INVITED.
Sealed bids for furnishing School
District No. 24 with a nttpply of
wood for 1920-21 are invited. Bids
must be accompanied by a certified
check in five per cent of the amount
of each bid and addressed to the
clerk of the board. 371 State street.
Salem. Oregon. In a plain envelope
marked "Wood Bids." Bids will be
opened at the regular meeting which
will be hHd April 13. 1920. Bids for
the following schools are required:
Fir Slab 4 ft.
Lincoln 4 0
McKinley 25 33
Right to reject any and all bids
W. H. BURGHARDT. JR .
Clerk of Board.
This Gigantic Superfeature Was Shown in Portland and Seattle icr two weeks at SOe Admiss'cU
6:45 and 9
Today's Continuous Show ... Adults 35c Children 10c
Mon., Tues., WetL Matinee 25c Evening 35c Children 10c
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GLOR.1A SVANSCN-vl THOS.ME1GWAN -
TO WHOM IT MAY (1IXCEIN-I. THK
unf ryiRnen. am the mothfr of I'aul
Kith who died in France on th ISih
day of January. 151S: of company M.
IfiSd Infantry. 41t Ii vi..n. Paul
Kich va hired out to Mr. John Ktt. C
and hf got hinri under the influence
to alay away from hi mother and
lifter they had him there for threr or
four l ear they claimed and mad
out that it win their hoy and adopted
him and 1 am still living and will
Now if anybody has anythmc to say
let them com? to my home and I
explain it to them. I am the under
Mf:S. ANNA T.KIEll.
Koute S. Itox Sl-m. Ore
AND PEODUCE WAftTID
Maxicn Creamery & Prodnoa Co,
Salem. Oreiron. Thone 24S8
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A Paramoant'ArtcTaft Picture
MAtilXK! A jrr,",I' f an,I Midd'ii!y
filing rn a desert iIe. Masler nnd man, mistrex
and maid now onlv male and femalen.
Hirth, wealth, trappings, vanifhed. A new lif .
call ill); to a teat of worth, where thoM- wh are
htnuip, leatl, and those who are weak, follow.
Such is this great story. Ranging from
lendiil home of an Kng!iM rarl to satage rene in
;t In-pieal juiigli . from uu-.- fti,rntioii of the rul-loit-d
elite lu mo oil rxllf-d iMia of ancirut l(aby
An i pie of f Mtid lruggle-. it a I in theme,
t iip ii!iiih in riierptiiii), amaiingly dramatic,
! ;'tt iltil ltevoml wordv
Founded on J. fit Barrie's Famous Play, "The Admirable Crichton
Adapted for the Screen by Jeanie Macpherson
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKI) A CTTTING MACHINK
ooeratr. Inquire Kodcrs Tap'r
co in pa uy.
FOR SALK AT A I1AKGAIX FIVE-!
room eotlace. three. Morks from
businesn section, on hartl surfaced
street; newly finiahed Inside. .;
J. If. Ianterman. Arco hotel.
Sunday School Convention
at Jason Lee Church Today
The enthe forenoon anl art of
the afternoon will be devoted to the
program of the !layevtlle diftrl.'t
Sunday school convention at the Ja
fon lee Memorial church ttnlav.
Lar?t: ilelcKation are expected from
the various school? of the Havevllle
district. A number of Sunday
school expert will ptesent to ad-dr-fi
th contention on various
phases nf the work. Special muie
will be a Isrmr in niaklnic he tin
vcr.tion worth while. Ilnp- ! e
j reefed that the people of the ci'y
n ri a- of the country will take
a:lvantiife of th" opportunity laem
Kcltes lo I cnniif jcyiiaintM with
the important work of the Sun
day rchoil- A basket dinner
vlll. b" serve 1 in the church dlnlns
ro nis a noon. Th rvenlnn -rvW-e
of the church will le held al the reg
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