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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23. 1921
FLARES AND FLICKERS
Harry Patrick and Sam K. Ott6
are among tbe happiest o! od
vll comics. . Their laughable
Hlurj:e called "The Duck Hunt
ers" la a jolly thought-out idea la
lively comedy, built 'along lin.i
both . original and funny. On
the hippodrome show at the Bligh
today. s 1 ' ,
program ol comedy harmony
singing clever antks and reel
youthTul pep- On the hippodrome
vaudevUlo bill at iiie Blh to
A-regular musical farce com
rdy coterio, the members all be
longing to one family. They ire
known in the world of vaudeville
as the Four Klnjrs and Dad They
present a remarkably attractive
htaH fort!; Has filmed . other
Crw6bd Bu'efeesses: "The .Golden
Snare" is released through Aiso
ciated First National Pictures,
Inc. Lewis Stone, in the role of
an officer of the Royal North
west Mounted, is the featured
player. H h i jar fjnin.lo
part is taken by llutn Henick,
who portrays Celie, a mysterious
golden-haired girl ot tha North.
Teeming with that mystery,
suspense : and fascination which
mark the vigorous and refreshing
James Oliver Garwood stories of
the far north, "The Golden
Snart," at the Liberty theater to
day, ' is without doubt the b?t
screen version yet mode ot any
cf tbe author' works.
Prodnred and directed by David
' j The Big Sunday Showl (
"FOUR KINGS AND DAD"
A Bfc Special Act with 5 People
COMEDY, HARMONY SINGING
"PATRICK AND OTTO"
The Duck Hunters
in a Thrilling, Story of New York Life
I "THE DANGEROUS MOMENT"
Carmel Myers will be th prin
cipal attnut.tn St ihe iiligh, be
ginning today, in "The Dangerous
Moment," her latest Universal
photo drama, in which h8 ajU
pears as u waitress in a Green
wich village cafe. The production
wa3 made at Universal City un
der the direction of Marcel de
ihierable fortune; hit ffloskal
compositions have been popular
fr yars; he has manitested a
good deal f hHity as a painter
and as a sculptor; Sf? hw as
Photodramatist, he is outranking
every man writing for the screen,
whether in America or in Europe.
Eddie Latmtslg and hi
coun'ry store seems to be the' tn9
Mg attraction of the week at the
Grand theater. He will appear
FHjj, n,t Thursday night than
usual going on at 8 o'clock mak
ing the second show start at J
OlhrS. Til'' office w!ll
open at 6 ! in.
The Grand theater which has
been c'osed part time during the
summer months is open full t me
now. Matinee and evening, ac
cording to Mr. Laflar. nig 'ea
ture productions, vaudeville and
road shows will be Bin Ol iare
Echoes of Versailles Fight
Resound on Floors of
LODGE IS OPTIMISTIC
ed strongiy the other committee!
reservation to require an act ol J
the consrew before appointment j
of an American representative Sa j
the reparations or other foreign
commissions, saying it coastitut-j
ed "sound procedure."
Senator King, Democrat. Utah. !
asked if the administration in-
tended to participate in the rep-j
?ration3 commission and Senator
Lodve said he did not know :
whether the administration had
decided to recommend appoint- j
meat of an American.
THE GREATEST CHORUS IN AMERICA
. . The Famous !
WHITNEY BOYS' CHORUS
Will Sing t the STATE FAIR GROUNDS Sunday Afternoon,
October 2 at 3 p. mi'
50 of thre Hoys were the talk of Los j Angeles this summer.
100 of them amaz&i and thrilled Portland last June.
NVxt iunia the ENTIKK CHORUS will produce music, which,
as a prominent music critic said: "you will', never forget as long
as life and reason lasts."
Admission 50c. Autos' 50c, Grand Stand seats 25c extra.
local Representative. Miss Genevieve Gilbert, Commercial Club,
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An excellent cast of screen
players will be seen in the latest
Carter Detlaven farce comedy
production, "The Girl in the
Taxi," the feature attraction
which will be shown at the Lib
erty theater Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. In addition to Mr. and
Mrs. Dellaven the cast includes
King Baggott, the hero of over
300 screen plays; Grace Cunard,
the serial Queen; Otis Harlan,
Tom McGuire. Margaret Camp
bell, Linco'n Plumer. Freya Ster
ling and Xohn Gough. The pic
ture is an adaptation of the stage
play of the same name, written
by Stanislaus Strange and direct
ed by Lloyd Ingraham.
Lois Weber's great drama of
pride and" sacrifice, "The Blot,"
which opens its local showing
next Sunday at the Liberty thea
ter, tells a story of the great
poverty inflicted by the Ameri
can people upon the school teach
ers of the nation. It is a heart
throbbing picturization of a sit
uation recently commented upon
in the newspapers from coast to
coast, regarding the scant salar
ies provided for the members of
David Powell, f&atUHd player
in I5ritish-niade Paramount pi"T
tUres. will come to the Grand
theater next Frday ftind Saturday
in "The Princess of New York'
a strong p cture based on Cosmo
Hamilton's celebrated novel of the
same name. Ha is seen as an Ox
ford undergraduate in the story
and h?s leading woman is Mary
Glynne. the charming English ac
Iress who supported him In "Ap
pearances." The story ha9 nu
merous thrills and the support
generally is of the finest character.
Initial Broadside is Delivered
By Irreconcilable Sen
w ator Borah
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.
Echoes of the Vft-alls treaty
fight rounded today as the sen
ate began 2"ai the new
peace treaty with Germany. Tlyj
lines were drawn with an open
ing statement for tn treaty
hv Senator inrf Wtnw.'ican
leader and with an initial broafl-,
Biue in opposition by Senator Bo
rah of Idaho, Republican ' irreconcilable."
Confidence in early ratification
was expressed by Senator Lodge
s he presented a letter from
President Harding requesting
prompt action "so that we may
hasten our return to the fortun
ate relations of peace."
Democrats Htdu llorah.
Opposition was indicated, how-
ever, in addition to Senator Bo
rah by Senator Reed of Missouri,
Democratic "irreconcilable," i
while several other Democrats in-!
Umated they would criticise the
Senator Lodge declared that I
there was no alternative, in es-i
tsblishing peace with Germany 1
other than the pending or a sim
ilar treaty and President Hard
ing asserted that the. new peace
treaties "are in harmony with the
resolution (the Knox-Porter peace
measure) adopted by congress;
Indeed they are the outcome of
the executive's order to carry out
the wish of the congress."
Discussing reservations favored
by the foreign relations commit
tee, Senator Lodge said he did
not believe that offered by Sena
tor Pomerene, Democrat, Ohio,
Extending to the American indi
vidual the property protection ac
corded under the treaty to the
United States to be necessary,
but was agreeable to it3 incorpor
ation. ; Procedure CaUed Sound.
The Republican" leader support-
Rupert Hughes, author of the
super-feature, "Dangerous Curve
i Ahead!", coming to the Oregon
theater on Sunday for three days.
Is one of the most versatile of
American artists, employing the
word in Its generic sense.
He Is one of the country's most
popular, because most sincere.
novelists; is success as a drama
tist has brought him in no incon-
Douglas McLean's new Para
mount comedy "Passing Through"
will be the feature at the Grand
theater starting tomorrow. The
popular voting star's new vehicle
is a relishable oomedv f ll?d with
laughs and thrills. The support
ing cast includes Madge Bellamy.
Will's Robards. Edith Yorke, Ot
to Hoffman and other equally
Subtitles of epigrammatic bril
liance are taken for granted in a
Cecil n. DeMille production fol
lowing the hieh mark set by the
subtitles in "Why Change Your
Wife?" "Something to Think
About" and "Forbidden Fruit."
However, "The Affairs of Anatol,"
the latest production of the fam
ous producer, which will be the
feature at the Oregon theater
starting today, is said to excell atf
previous efforts in this respect.
Married? Ever been married?
Ever expect to be married? If you
belong to either of these classes
you will find much to interest you
in Maurice Tourneur's forthcom
ing production, "The Foolish Ma
trons." It is a story ot New York
of today a story of marriage, full
of fire and conviction. It gives the
answer to what every woman
wants to know and what everyJ
man minus ne Knows wnai
makes a successful wife? "The
Foolish Matrons," will be shown
at the Oregon theater for three
days commencing next Thursday.
A record breaking cast of char
acters appears in George Fitz-
maurice's latest Paramount pic
ture, "Experience", which comes
to the Grand theater next month
Thirty distinct characters, rang
ing from "Youth", the leading
role played by Richard Barteimess
and "Love", bv Marjory Daw, to
"Prohibition" and "Intoxication",
are shown on the screen version
of George V. Hobart's popular
stags play. In addition to the
huge cast there were more than
500 "extras" used for atmos
phere in the "Primrose Path" ca
baret and the street and Rath
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First "Back to God's Country." Then "Nomads of the North"
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on the Wurlitzer
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Matinees or Evenings
' Adults 5.7 Children 25c
.:. War Tax Included
It rivals "Back to God
Country" in its romance
and Nomads of .the
North" in its thrill. The
Golden Snare" will en
. snare with its mystery.
Vivid as any story Cur
wood., has., written;
brought to the screen by
a big cast headed by
Lewis Stone, Ruth Ren
wick and Wallace Beery.
A David M. Hartford
V' 1 ' Comedy and Screenland News
Starts Today Four Days
.Get Ready for the Big Laugh Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carter 'DeHaven in "The Girl in the
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PR.O D UCTION
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THE GREATEST picture in cast
and rich investiture ever made
since the photoplay began.
With due regard to "Male and Fe
male," "Why Change Your Wife?"
"Something to Think About" and all
the other big DeMille productions dc
luxe, "The Affairs of Anatol" attains
the highest mark yet reached in the
blending of life and beauty on the
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