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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 30. 1922
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FLARES AND FLICKERS
""Did you" read Jos-epli llergesh
etmer'a "ToPahle David" In the
Saturday Evening Post?) Lven
if you have forgotten Jt jorx will
never forget KIcbard nartelmes"!
In the screen version of that fctoty.
, Charles Meredith, appearing In
the leading male role in "That
Something.". the feature, attrac
tion which cornea to the Liberty
theater.' starting Thursday may
generally be found. . when not
bualjy engaged by the demands of
big profettsion, tn some mountain
canyon bent ;' upon his tavorite
pastime, trout fishing-. He has
always been an ardent follower of ;
the reel and line and delights in
a retreation that take hirn into
the wilds; one that offers him
and opportunity to be close to na
ture and to forget the city and its
frivolous ways. Many speckled
beauties have fallen vict'Mnj to his
consummate skill, which fact ha
gained for him an enviable repu
tation among his many frendj de
lighting in the same sport.
Mr. Meredith indulges tn this
reacreation much In the same
manner that he meets the many
difficult situations demanded by
his photoplay and stage produc
tions -quiet, purposeful and .ef
ficient. His result-acquiring pro
pensities are equally the same,
and success is the ultimate an
swer. Mr. Meredith's reCent
work was his splendid perform
ance In "The Perfect Woman" In
which production he played oppo
site Constance Taimadge.
Universal comedy drama, "Play
ing With Fire." which will be
shown at the BKgh theater on
next Sunday. Gladys Walton bas
another of her delightful flapper
roles with more modern pep and
nap than the usual heroine of
such pictures. Dallas Fitzgerald
directed the picture.
STARTING NEXT SUNDAY
the LIBERTY THEATRE
Information wantel as to the
whereabouts of my wife. Julie
Laneau, who disappeared from my
cabin In Canada during a blizzard
five years ago. She is said to
have since gone tn Jamaica and
married one Herbert Randolph,
but may have ben some tunt in
this city. Life his made me a
plaything of destiny. My wife's
return- can only make up for the
loneliness of the last five years
I am wealthy and will pay well
for this Informatioan, which may
bring us together again.
Over l'.G babies have been en
tered In the baby show to foe given
at the Bligh theater next Tuesday
William Farnum's new pietcre
"A Stage Romance." produced by
William Fox, enables ihis accom
plished and po;a!ar actor to re
turn for the moment to scenes of
some of his Tormer stage tri
umphs. In this photoplay, which
will be presented at the Liberty
theater startin today, ho enicts
dramatic bts from three classic
plays in which ha woa success on
the speaking stag".
Numerous stories have leer
written of the great northwest,
and as many have been portrayed
on the screen. But only once has
permission been give me afoers of
the Royal Northwest Mounted
Police to participate in the pic
ture making. This once was for
"Cameron of the Royal Moi'nted."
a Ralph Connor story, whlcr
comes to the Oregon theater Sat
urday only. It is a story of hard
ships, daring and tender romance
one that you will really be hap
pier for having seen.
The most thrilling fire scene
Mn an age. in which a whole block
of a real metropolitan street is
shown burning, is a feature of the
One of the most elaborate and
thrilling motion pictures produc
ed In many months li "Forever",
a George Fitzraaurice production
starring Elsie Ferg ison and Wal
lace Reid, which witl le he feat
ure de luxe at the Oregon theater
for three days beginning Sunday
Headed by tho stars named.
Today-Tomorrow --Tuesday --Wednesday
Attractions Extraordin ar y
. NOTE In order to keep admission prices as low las possible we will charge
35c and 10c Matinee or Evening on this show.
: D i c k Barthelmess,
now a star in his own
right, heading his own
company, makes his
And what a picture
an epic of ; mountain
mothers and mountain
men! '" v '
And of a .boy who
leaps to manhood in
life's greatest test!
ONE OF. THE T HREE
BIGGEST5 DRAMAS OF
THE YEAR AND THAT
IS THE PLAIN,. UN VAR
w NISHED .TRUTH! V
the cast in thh photoplay is the
most imposing ever gathered Tor
a Paramount picture with the
possible exception of "The Affa:rs
of Anatol - Elli dt Dexter, Mon
tagu Love. Ceo.pa Fawcett and
Paul McAllister piny the principal
suoportMg ma'e rjls. The tv.o
feminine parts, nxt in iinpoit
ancc to the "Duibeof Towers",
which Is Miss Ferguson's role, ere
played by Raibar.i Dean and I"o
A half a dozen or more young
sters are seen in the first part ot
the picture. Little GosroPasqu'er
who grows up tc be "Pe er Ibbet
son." is played by Cliarlf Eaton,
e:ght years oM. Nell Buch. an
eight-year-old ed'Mon of El?e
Ferguson, is "Mimsi". t e little
girl wh) bwmi!- the "I)uche?s of
Towers' later In story.
The openfru s-'inei for tne pic
ture were tlmM In a most artis
tic setting a French garden at
Passy, a suburb at Paris Ail four
scenes of th" iir are shown n
the gardei. opening -vith t :e
What is characterized as being
I one of the most talented "asts ev
er assembled by a motion picture
production will be scon in John
ny (Torchy) Mines' initial feature
length starring vehicles. "Burn
'Em Up Barnes," a whirlwind au
tomobiie racing story by Raymond
L. Schrock, which comes to the
Liberty theater next Sunday fo
a three-day stay.
In support of Mr. Mines are
such artists as Edmund Breese
George Fawcett, Betty Carpenter,
J. Barney Sherry, Julia Swayne
Gordon, Matthew Betta. Dorothy
Leeds and a cast of 300 directed
by George A. Berangor.
The story which concerns the
escapades and experiences of the
young son of a roanufarturer of
high-powered motor cars, whe
revels In road races and olher
sensational pastimes to the detri
ment of discipline and the deple
tion of the palernftl cash reserve
is replete with thrills, comedy and
love Inferest well blended into
an appealing and swiftly moving
as the most beautiful girl among
thouyans. The cast could hard
ly be led by a more perfectly
The Lavines an athletic eonnle
who aro wJi trained rvmn.its I some inches, as he is at least i
and have ability that ruanes them
imnillfir whatever t lie v I I r in I a
, " - - " ' - .. r w- ' .
hf-ir nnv. r.ffrin fonitn2 of being tlieir OW U KiU?
'Hokum Review." certainly live from hating children. He says j Many people aera to ha lost
up to their billing. They have thl u liQe m(th efforU which ! faith In everytMXiy! except the fel-
their aud.encs in hvtercs from ' ...
the start of the.r L..Mr. LewisihaTe n raad ta'rul parts low who promUee. to make theia
portraying a country hick, is every .of 'he United States. 'rich quick Toledo Blade. -
inch a comedian, and that means; ; - .
an ertraordinary routine of hsnd. k" u niotlu rs. was a riot
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. CHARLES CHAPLIN
iii "PAY DAY"
REMEMBER THERE'S ONLY ONE CHAPLIN AND THIS IS HIS LATEST
YOU'LL GET. OVERTIME IN LAUGHS IN "PAY DAY"
NOTE Starting Monday ; our evening show , will start at 7:15 P. M. r
( n o I 31 Mn
I feet 2. Miss La Varre offered i
ballad v..iu ti vk as annoiuiceil a. !
head aivl comedy acrobatics, fm-jl'ly topping the rhow. At the j
ishing with the marvttoos ieat of j "- fcu
the lady catahing the man out of (
mid-air with one hand. At the;
Bligh theater today and tocio
William S. hart, tne foremost j
pcrtrayer of wertern t3'ie. will i
be seen In "T.ie Filent Man" at !
the Biih next Friday and Satur-;
This photoplay, made by Thos. i nppnprntp:. Dkp.lpH Tvnp
Inra f fr Artpraft ihtrfUlllPAl i 0 1 J
Hart as a miner who has his ,
claim "jumped" in an original j
and novel manner. i
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
EsUblished 1 r
General Banking Buaine
Office Hoars from 10 a. m. to S p.;m.
and Moral Offenders to .
Lewis La Varre and Davis in a
Ever since the passing of the
poor men's clubs" bck y&rd
quartettes have lwen at a pre
mium; but Charles Chaplin re
vives this historic custom in
"Pay Day", his latest comedy in
which he and his TOmpaniona en
gage In a tremulous rendition of
sentimental ballads outside the
doorof the pub. The sweet mu
sic continues long enough to
arouse the neighbors, but no long
er. Typical means are employed
to bring the melodies to an end
and a sudden downpour ot rain
complete the defeat of the mid
"Pay Day" is only two reels
long, but is said to be one of the
brightest gems of conedy that
Chaplin has ever given the screen.
"The Family Honor," a King
Vidor production with an all-star
cast, will be the feature at the
Bligh for Tuesday only.
Get a fine athlete and a dainty
girl together and it's a mighty
pleasing combination. Herbert
Raw)in8on, star of "The Scrap
per," the Universal entertainment
at the Bligh theater today, is
knowq as one of the really good
athletes In filmdom. a "he-man"
from way down yonder. His lead
ing woman, Gertrude Olmstead,
won a beauty contest in Chicago
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Reserved numbered chair
sale show day at Red Cross
Pharmacy, State Street, at
same prices, charged on
grounds. --- -- -
LEWIS, LA VARRE and
Present . '
' A Hokum Review
STOCKHOLM, April 29. Ha-
jbitual criminals in SweCen would
;be "Interned" until they are
cured ofjtheir criminal tenden
cies under a plan recommended
by a special government commit
itee. " .
j The committee has- been mak
ing an extensive study of the best
means of protecting society from
such undesirables as well as from
degenerates, mentally diseased,
j epileptics and moral offenders.
It recommends the establish
iment ot special institutions in
which to keep habitual criminals
until they are restored to normal.
Many Swedish legal experts fa
vor the committe's plan.
The head of the Swedish prison
board has further recommended
that effective means be taken to
prevent all such undesirables
THE LA VINES
TO THOSE WHO MAY ftK HRLKI BY ItOIOILS AND
XKWSPAPKH STOIUKS: t
The alms and purposes of the Oregon Federation of Patriotic
Societies, Inc.. which baa existed and operated for several years,
are based upon the principles of true Americanism only such
principles as have, and deserve, the support ot all good Ameri
can ritisens. whether native or foreign born. Jew or Gentile.
The Great Wr showed the necessity for the Amerlcanlta
t ion of all citizens of this Republic into one great body, and
for preventing the separation of our people Into alien groups
divided by language, traditions, customs and loyalty. We be
lieve in one nation America; one flag the American Flag. -
We have Indorsed for each office, to be fined. only such can
didates as seem to us. after thorough investigation, most likely
to. act in accordance with the above principles. United we are
as never before, and none but traitors to those principles could
urge division now. . .. -...... -v,-. --jr.-.. w
We pay for this advertisement In order that our statement
may not be garbled or distorted by the selfishly interested. We
shall make no further statement until shortly, before the Prim
ary date. ? . : - ' . t
OREGON FEDERATION OF PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES, INC, ;
Ily W. C. Elford. Secretary.
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