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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON.
SUNDAY MORNING. nECEMRF.R 2C. tiai
finest Mndy 1n Hiarair work
: that tb muring pirtnre camera P
T. I;i :iiih on.- ,f tlw
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Hungry lions and Tender
. Hearts - .
A Roar From Start to
Finish -t -
A Great Southern Super-Story
With the Daintiest Star of Them All
Show 2 to 11 p. m.
Id" her newest picture, "I(n
bands and Wives." from the 1am
cus novel, "Makinj; Her Illn
Wife." bjr Corra Harris, Vivian
Martin, as the wife, begins wed
ded life by replying to her hus
band's statement: The first
thing every wire should learn in
to Obey her husband" that "the
first thin? every hnsband Does
learn is that she Won't." The
difference of opinion if caused by
her having been a N'orf hern so
ciety girt who marries a small
town hardware merchant In the
South. Quite naturally their
ideas of life differ greatly. The
si ruggle to gain mastery over each
other gives Miss Martin the op
portunity of once again demon
strating her histrionic talent.
"Husbands and Wives" is the at
traction at the Grand theater.
A new melody that set every
one in the Goldwyn studios: to
humming, whistling or singing,
was born with the filming of "The
Man Who Had Everything."
featuring Jack Pick ford and di
rected by Al Green, which comes
to Ye Liberty theater for two
days, commencing Wednesday,
The tune is "Oh. That Baby of
Mine." Judging from the war it
captivated the several hundred of
more employes of the Goldwyn
studio; the song will have a great
In, a story of the western coun
try that is said to furnish. Jilm
splendid opportunities for his best
work. Buck Jones. th seniiatinn.
al Fox star, will . be seen on the
screen of the Grand theater next
Thursday and Friday in "Just
4 Harold Lloyd is serving a cock
tail at Ye Liberty theater New
Year's eve and New Year's day
that will send the spirits soaring
to the lenith of, happiness and in.
tosicate with laughter, Thit
mtrthquake special is aptly, titled
"High and Dizzy."
latn production, which will L
feen at the Grand theater, he has
placed upon the screen the deeply
annealing romance of an. Inonrmi
girl brought up by her father on ""
handsome young sculptor who,
broken by an unfortunate affair
with a belle of London society,
drifts to their hut. Mae Murray
and David Powell are the featured
players, and the picture, which
was adapted from an original
story by Oulda Bergere. will be
shown at the Grand theater soon.
fciuiwri vari-i uterUiiirrA on
' An-:-n laK. kt aj o-
r.tr. Ki 'U the j.ait of Val'
l;..n.M". tin Run mn altar
u . . . . . . ...... . r
urn nu nr vamra .io. in tn
i:upirt Huebo Ktorv.
fr4trti Air Back." a Goldwyn
lllllitlt-nt Atlthnrs nrvttirlf.n mm.
ing t Ye LiU-rty theatrr. for
line lay. romuienring Friday.!
ha a fund i.f car.tk- iorie al- j
ways irady. He tells tiii one on
Will Rogers, the, cowboy actor,
has scored a Kignal success in hi
latest picture for Goldwyn, "Hon
est Hutch." adapted from a story
by Garrett Smith. jThe picture
comes to Ye Liberty- theater for
three days, commencing today.
"It's all right to tumble into
the river once on a trip, but three
times in one day is the limit."
said Will Rogers, when he re
turned to the Goldwyn studios
utter being Jut on location" dur
ing the filming or "Hones
Hutch." which comes io Ye Lib
erty'theater for two days, com
George Fitzmaurice is fast
gaining a name for himself in the
motion picture field as a master
of the lavishlv rtitiA
ground and the colorful, dramatic
3lu'- in JQOIS Of ITlaV hi9
She Still. Enjoys
A Good Laugh
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, 1 1 11 Mi.,, , : , n ' " "'
Tods y mj&--i''',jut
Tomorrow 1 (TiTTirMrnl
Tuesday IhPJI '! 11 51 11 0 Q.W
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One of the most popular, and
probably the best musical comedv
production which will be shown
on the coast this season is "Listen
Lester." which is to be the at
traction at the Grand theater next
Wednesday night, December 2,
Unlike the average musical show.
"Listen Lester' carries five well
known New York stars, besides
a host of high class singing and
dancing artists. It ran one solid
year in New York at the Knicker
bocker theater to eapacily houses
and the same company is assured
tor Salem. Manager Laflar of
me t.rand theater says If Salem
theatergoers are to expect shows
of this type brought here they
will have to show their appreci
ation of his efforts to secure "Lis
The high price of hoei and the :
dentructivesess of rounr dors i
were two facts which became ev-j
uent during the filming of "Her j
Beloved Villain." Wanda Hawley'a J
newest comedy drama. For siraul-
laneousiy with the taking of this
picture MIfs Hawley secured a new
pet, a thoroughbred Boston bull,
which she named "Pep." He
lived up to. his name! In the
first 48 hours which the dog
fpent around the dressing room
his score mas two and a half pairs
of j?umpg and three silk stock
ings. Needless tb say "Pep" has since
been relegated to the garage.
"He's an awfully nice little
beastie," says Miss Hawley in
speaking of his exploits, "but
with shoes at $20 or 930 a pair
I just couldn't afrord to let hint
stay in the dressing room even
on a star's salary."
Hilly C. Welp. who appears
Sunday at tje Bligh theater in
the "Oversea Revue." is a Broad
way comedian with several Broad
A jrijruntic re vu mimical production, wj
Blanche I-atelJ, Billy C. Welp. Joe Monahan.
Herbert Broske. Marie Straub, Mile. LeRoy
and Earl Corr and an
"OVERSEAS .BEAUTY CHORUS
th a iff
s p by
Take a trip to France with in
Come to the Bligh theater today
and see the "OverM-a Revue."
It will not recall the things you
want to forget, but will gire yon
an; Idea of what "Our Boys' had
to go through "over there" it
depicts the funny side of the ex
pcJienees "our Hoys" had In
I ranee. It will recall pleasant
memories to those who served
"over there." u is a picture tak
f om, th Ht and experiences
.b(;Kllxieth Brlce and Will Mor
rishey, who served the govern
ment as volunteer entertainer.
t a ? .d.'"K pn Vaved the shot
Snd shell, even to the front lines.
A special New Year's day at
traction will be shown at the
Grand theater for ( one day only.
George Walsh hai been booked
lai1tPvaI, in ":N'"mr 17." his
Iuk. rotdu"on. together
or?Jf,l! l1iZ lenth and breadth
f.fJctlon tnere 18 n more pic
turesque a character than HaJJ.
l?M??r .Sf Hadad- Edward
k?H ?C' thf aySht. made
Hall fa mon n ka ,
of "KIsmeD n.?"
Perhaps the best known and most
Popular actor in the countrv. im.
irriarZe,d,,?ajJ durinS the years
Many hare asked If the books
used by Mary Miles Minter as a
blind girl in -Frea of the Heart"
are th "real article". Th an
swer if, decidedly affirmative.
They were borrowed from a large
(Coo tinned on pare 7)
mm J 1
iuu vmg sainner himself. It is
a sare prediction that the swag
Serlng. crafty; adrenture loring
wam,sin5 oId Bagd raga
W"i WIn everT one's heart
"d ',n the years to come, when
il Lf,T8, are di8cssel. his mem
ory will be green.
25She Staie ,IaJJ made a" n
stantanwus bit wherever "Kis-
inet was played; the screen rer
ln.KWi11 do thit and more. for.
tn llerreKn haan oppor
, ii.y far hPyond the limitations
' Jnc, speaking sUge. and Skin-
",lcrPreiaon of this rolei;
n the screen version will stand r
or a lone- l ma t . Ih
. '"' x -W-' "'nyM ? Vv-,
S -s.' f ' " '. . :-' tw v.- i
w th " llll M .C3fc
SPECIAL 'iBl- Mr. Homer J
ntTTOTr . V McDonald
nj - r N I Who Later 0ll J jj
" ' ii II Hire a SerJco f -' Ml
I uuis.vf umui x r I Mil
: i i,- - t: A Concerts "
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iajj aurmg the years' u,uuu .
LcaTe.Llf to this, charactenza-1 Hutch, the town loafer, who
&MSS.c;i. compa'ny!!1 "r'-T'lii50. !1C
has filmed the famous play whl?hillme' foUnd !t hal did he
will be run for three days at the5 do with it? Rather, what did
n7tH h.eaer ?tarting Sunday it do to him? Don't fail to
and thoussd. ; . ?U"UZ " "u..tu ?'on 1 Ia 0
city are going" to har 7n SC ttt,s "markable Will Raj.
tan ty of seeing Hajj. the beggar.
"1:u y no less a nersnn
Adapted from the 'story
"Old Hutch Lives Up To It
Usual Short Features Too
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Have You Ever Met
Such an oprvortunity presents itself but
rarely, if once, in the lifetime of most people.
We hare been fortunate .in. securing for
Salem for one night Otto Walker himself,
to deliver a talk and give a motion picture
program, consisting of pictures showing the
Harley-Davidson Motorcycle winning the
o00 Mile National Championship Race at
Dodge City, Kansas, July 5th, 1920, and
the 200 .Mile World's Championship Road
Race at Marion, Indiana, September Gth,
1920 also other interesting contest pic
tures. All who ride motorcycles or who are in
terested, or may some day be interested, in
this greatest of outdoor sports, are invited
to attend this entertainment and general
get-together party of local motorcycle fans
and meet Otto Walker, holder of 100-mile
The Time; Dec. 27, Monday
evening, 8 o'clock
The Place, Commercial Club
AlJOutdoor Enthusiasts Invited
Harry W. Scotfc
"JThe Cycle Man" 147 S. Commercial St.
WetL, Dee. 29
-If yoa miss amg 'Untoa Lester
yoa will tni the bt nash-a!
rvutfy 94 nt le tb Pacific coaaJ
4a year." s. p. Kiamlr.
irv h.o ornoirxal roU as iKeFlip hotel cHqpW
June RobertsDelano Dell-Betty KirkbrideEarl
Higley Francis Donegran Rene Brown, Claire Gren
Vllle Evelvn Pan! KollJa Pi
-" - 7 - a aui
EVF D c
tnYclfV bs mzde musical ccne&U.
Co!or-a fehqatcus musical ftt:: ; rk
makers iIiatdctgKted smviHickW' V
Prices $1.00 to 42-50, Seat S ale Tomprrq Mornmg 9:30.