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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON.
SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1G. 1921
FLARES AND FLICKERS
the success and admiration of a
picture than he lias over "The
Mark of Zorro." his fiurth United
Artifts productkn which will 1e
Ihe feature attraction at the Lib
erty theatre soen.
Irtish theatre presents the Ho a sfale cf thrill
popular favorite, II. H. Warn c. is utctkd whether to laugh
!.iif. - la "Dee t,f I.'mlny.'l a shitr at 'the peril o; thr d:m
vt-wlass melodrama of the, n-; lees lUii -Turpi,!, t ho iealtus Jim
' dcrorld a, tale of romantic, j my. r:nlasoit and the craven
i ramatic Mid thrilling . moriuM! Charlie 'ouJcliu, "Married Life"
In the Ufa a cK v. r crook -v)u in coming ,to the Lihety uext Sun-
. wanled to be, on the lever, -j day,
John .Mort-M.-. a well-known j. . .!"
newspaper writer, wrote the nov-j Tom Mix 1:1 the Westerner, h a
fU "The People Against Aancy latest production "The Texan"
l'rcston." from which this a Jce !.wii be the feature attraction at
1) llampton-l'athe feature has ! the C.rand theater Thursday. F:i
been directed by Henry King. I day and, Saturday. Special ar-
, ransenietits have been mad for
A somewhat different ; nuvejty J h.Uh school -fusser night next r'ri
for Salem theatergoers is Ihe mu-l day night. s
Iwi nroloxuei which ill Ui
staged the Oramrtay with -0ut of the Snows " a National
the biK feature Uhile.New ork Pitture . written Sv K. Lord Cnr
Sleeps." j bett and directed'by Ralph luce
i enacis tue leauinir rose.
will be the chief cttractdt at the.
Grand theater for two days com
mencing; next Sunday.
As the tiMe indicates, the story
is one f the far north eounit.v
where the laws of nature are more
in evidence than the .la ws of man.
Mr, Incei portrays the role of Rob
ert Holliday. a member of the R
N. W. 11. P.. who finds that when
the paths of love end duty cross
the choice of which to take is most
In this community will be at the
Iwlores. the famous .legfe'd
beauty, declared t be the world's
moat beautiful woman, appears-in
While New York Sleeps." a melo
drama of night life in the great
Atuercan metropolis, .which I
he ! attraction planing today at
the Grand theater. She Is seen in
adanciu g act filmed Trom Mr
Ziefcfcld's celebrated New York
how, "The Midnight Frolic."
A .comedy fight in mid-air,
above the clouds, lends the be
holder of Mack Sennett's five
reel supe comedy. "Married Life"
J'.y some peculiar twist of fate.
it seems that Wallace Reid, Par ;
a mount Star. U destined to bav. -'il sm
some connection with automobile. j Sleeps"
suiMrmoiMie racing or the autoiuo-1 drama cm rent at the
Ule business in taeh oi his sta'.-'ater, startini,
In three former pictures. "The
Roaring Read." "Excuse My
lHist." and "What's Your Hurry"
Mr. lie id played the roles of ai
auto rare driver. In another pic
ture "louble iSpeed." an automo
bile played a big part in the plot
of the stem And in "The
"harm School," his new picture
be is seen as u automobile salesman.
However, during the course of
the picture, he deserts the auto
mobile business for the yet more
delightful position of principal of
young lad es boarding school.
Pretty Li la Lee is his leading woman.
Never before has Douglas Fair
banks waxed so enthusiastic over
Theatre iU' One Night J
A RIOT OF FUN 5
"GREAT" SAYS THE PRESS
I CRITICS - fttntiri5rti ffllittmiifl
PRAISE "NlUti lit. Z'zjtjz'J -.T
pedy ; mm A
hilarity. rrmr lis
, thm k.4tne llht ml bart . X : -
tudeyetts em lor bavin ba prmm- 5T J.
V e Comedy
Adventtiris along New York';
pay Whit Way. in the roof gard
ens, the cabaret., millionaires'
mansions and on the cast sid",
where civilization's veneer Is thii.
t:eM. are shown with startling;
in "While New York
an eight-reel clneineio-
startinj,' today. A dancing
j number from the Miduiht FroliN
fumed on thf New Amsterdam i
rot f, and a thrinhi pistol bat le'
Jietween th New York police beat J
and a gang of thieves are.amonj4
the feature? r ;h' rictnte.
"NishMe N'rht" which ws t!:ei
talk of New York last season will
b the a'trair'i'n i!t tin ('.raii
theater dne.lay nifrbt and
there is a r"-l treat in ?!or? .
theatergoers that vii it the theater
far an evening's ntei tainmcr.t
as "Nightie Nic!it" co'itains iikt,
good lauhi thru any cuni'iiv
that has been s on here in a Ion"
The i'rst art nkr pbice en
chair car etwen a-hint.tin
:nd New York and tho situation-i
that develop are so extremely
funny that during the lonn run f
""Nightie Nitht." a 'the. Princess,
theater the house fairly rocked f.o
great was Ihe applause.
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"Punches" In screen dramas are
oftentimes more realistic than
they seem, according to Ralpa
fnce, who directed and took tho
leading part . in "Out of tht
Snows," is the National picture
int. : .ttcttoT rirthe crwdBi-. xr?! . s, to
Sundav and Monday. Adrian Maitbnd. a wealthy .yacht
The punch" referred to is the owner. oescenftPd upon little
fight scene In which the villain, pont island and 1. idnapped tho
olaved by Patrick Hartitan. comes hair-hair d Christina, whom he
Th itt Inc'nw wd at th
tti ttip tipremty. ntUrloas
rotvpAr en. our mnm
tnr.vn to w1tnii I a mlrhty
long tlm Bulletin.
Ifa. a dandy far, wtth lanct
fllowln lwicb ta arm rpi.
arrassioa tm mti torn n
Ing'i entrtlnront n contiau
ua vprmmx ezaaiaer.
Mail Orders Now..1. Seat Sale. Monday, 9:30 a. m.
' Lower Floor.....;::.-..-:-....$2.00
Balcony ' $1.50
' Gallerj' $1.00
War Tax Extra
to blows v.ith Constable Robert
Halliday of the Canadian Royal
Northwest Mounted police. Tli?
part of Robert! Halliday is played
by Mr. I nee. !
At the cry of "camera" from
Mr. Ince both i men jumped lnt
action, and evidently forgot they
were picture actors. At least Mr.
Ine expressd that opinion after
the finish of the scene, when he
discovered several dark spots on
his countenance. Mr. Hartlgan.
t wa noted, did nt exress a de-
clre for a "retaVo. either.
Man Pickford's l3t United
Artists' production. "The Love
Light." which will be reen at the
Liberty theatre coon.. U' an entire
ly different story and an abso
lutely new characterization than
anyth'ng In which the world's
sweetheart has heretofore appeared.
found there. It was not until
they w?re far or at sea that he
discovered that the woman he ind
captured was not the notorious
vampire from whose clntches he
had hoped to rescue his! brother.
How he got out of this complicat
ed and compromising situation is
told amid hurricanes of laughter
in "Her First Elopement." a joy
ous comedy In which Wanda Haw
Icy plays the part of the stolca
One of the historic Colonial
homes along the Hudson river,
which at one time during the rev
olution served as General Wash
ington's headquarters. Is shown in
liillie Durke's latest Paramount
picture. "The Education of Eliza
beth." Miss Hnrke has the role
of a chorus girl who Is loved by
Thomas Fairfax, membsr or art
old' family and hj takes her into
his historic residence so that sho
may be educated to fittingly play
the part of wife. Amusing- inci
dents ensue and all .ends happily.
Donald Cameron is leading man
and heads a capable supporting
east which include such players
a Lurcsden Hare, Harold Fosha.
Frederick Rarton and Edith
Shayne. 1 ,, ' . .
If tb circus my 1j so'd to
be the "Greatest Show on Earth"
then it may truthfully be stated
that "The Lost City' is the "Grnf
Ht Film c-f the Screen." frr "the
Ixst City," a flfteen:episode pro
duction, starring Mi JuanRs
Hansen. George Chesebrr. and a
big cast cf favorite playT.t, gc ?s
the circus oi:e I ' 1 1 r in fact,
several better. Thfs sensational
i serial will begin its run at the
Rligh Theatre on Jan. 28.
The master screen craftsman.
'r i.i rirtrrtih nmilnnr of
the screen's greatest sensations. , I crazed, seeks the girl and force s
Rill Hart is some scrapper, as
everybody knows, but in his new
Paramount picture. "The TestinS
Block" which comes to the Ore
gon theater next Sunday for, a
three days' engagement, he is a
A Ftraylng min-itrel band, with
a lovely girl wh-j plays the violin.
winds through the trails of th?
California Sierras in the days of
w.ht Mr ll-irl i a hA tiif r
the bandit gang. They force-tho I
layers to entertain them In thJ
heart of the redwood forest. The
half-savage oatlaws are avid in
their desire to capture the tlrl and
"Serra" Bill, IMr. Hart) force?
them to fight him. one by "oneor
the right to claim her. . He butl
them all and then, himself half
. o o .-o-j,ii:v,.. .vi
and Mack shadows-;' rl'V-u1''
Its Gay White Way- f
s - presents
1 treat or of the most advanced in
! novations in motion p:cture pro
Sductions. finder and developer Of
ithe world's rreatest screen stars,
'has produced another wonderful
'.production. "The Love Flower."
which is being heralded every
j where as '-a creation ot exquisite
I beauty, haunting chaTm and spir
i Red drama. United Artists' cor-
nnniinn recently announced its
release and the first showing of
I ,his newest Griffith production
YOU'LL SEE SOME GREAT ACTING
All HL Can't Stop Me!
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m . .w 1
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her to marry him. That's the be
ginning of a story of human tra
gedy and joy. which unfolds iu a
mighty sequence of compelling: in
Mr. Hart wrota Ihe storv. Lam-
crt Hillyer adapted and directed
t. The photography was by-Jo.
August. A. S. C. Eva Novak Is
the leading woman.
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Staged by duties J- Brafcin
Apicture of night life in the Great
This is Positively the Biggest Picture We Have
And on account of the enormous expense and added attractions our prices will be the
same as all otber cities. Matinee 35c Evenings 50c, including war tax. For your own
good Come Early
Lewis Stone and Jane Novak in
a great picture of tho far North.,
X Mill's IWtKiro " at ITi ICi:rK !
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday.
Watch for the 'first Wurlltzer
concert by Mr. Homer Mac Dou
ald at The Oregon.
(Continued on pare 5.1
A Special Musical Prologue
0RTH and McDANIELS
Special Music Arranged By '
LILLIAN McELROY HUNT
On Oar New Hope-Jones Organ
Ushers in Uniform
W S ' A T
Continuous Show To
day from 2 till 1 1 p. jn.
i Come Early
! FEATURES -
STATESMAN CLAS.IFli:l ADS. UUIXti RESULTS
STATESMAN CLASSIFIED ADS. BRING RESULTS
As the man who would not be
stopped by love, man or devil
HENRY B. WALTHAL
"The Irving o( the Screen" in
one of his inimitable character
tudies, supported by a powerful
Rosemary Theby .
and Joseph Dowling
ALLAN DWAN'S PRODUCTION
"A Splendid Hazard"
Based on the Novel by HAROLD McGRATH
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7:30 and 9:13 P- nt.
2, 7, and 9 p. nt.
2, 7, and 9 p. m.
"The Charm School"
With LI LA LEE
Down v.ith (he Lore of Old IV.jics! Dance, Dress Swim! ..Girls should
lenrn only chatm. The dashing Professor Bcvans made his "finishing"
school for girls the most alluring place you ever saw until r-ZOWIE! ! !.
.TS A BIG ROMANTIC THRILLER
A Beautiful Scenic
MR. HOMER MACDONALD on our WURLITER
The Sccord largest Theatre Organ in the Staid
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