The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 30, 1922, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 30, 1D22
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MOVIE GOSSIP
At the Grand Today and Tomorrow .
production supports Pauline
Frederick in her new play, "Ma
dame X," which comes to -the "Lib
erty theater for three days, com
mencing Sunday, iliss Frederick
has the role of Jacqueline Floriot,
who is tried for murder as ;Ma
dame X," under which name she
is registered at the prison be
cause she refused to reveal her
Identity.
Casson Ferguson, who has
played leading parts opposite
many of the noted feminine film
stars, has the role of Raymond
Floriot, her son, who defends her
at her trial for murder, not know
ing that she Is his mother.
' William Courtlertgh, who has
been playing big roles in pictures
for years, is louis Floriot. her
husband! LiioneJ . Bel more and
Willard 'Louj,;two of the best
known haraceT men in screen
work, play :lbe'3 Parts blackmail
ers "Whose schemes .-lead Jacque
line to.coaamitj.murder.
Harold Lloyd in "Grandma's Boy" and a Katherine McDonald
Feature
LIBERTY
Round 6 lit "The Leather
Pushers, and "Trooper O'Nell."
BiilGII .
"Three Buckafoos" and vau
deville. -
( Matinee, Guy Bates Post
In "The Masquerader." To
night, "The Valley of Silent
GRAND -Harold
Lloyd m "Grand
ma's Boy," and Katherine
McDonald In "The Beautiful
Liar."
"Grandnia'a Boy" Today and To-
morrow."-
On Saturday ""arid Sunday Har
old Lloyd will play a return en
gagement in the above mentioned
comedy at the Grand theater. A
big double bill .will be presented
by the Grand management, aside
from this... sensational comedy,
which packed them Iri at the Lib
erty theater the first four days of
fair week. "Katherine McDonald
will also appear in' "The Beauti
ful Liar." The Lloyd comedy! Is
so good, that people can. enjoy
it three, or four times, many go
ing to see it again and again, and
there are thousands who did not
see it, owing to the fact that they
were under the Impression that
the Liberty theater was going to
run it all of this week. The Lib
erty ran continuously practically
all the time that they had the pic
ture, many, hundreds were turned
away,tas the theater" was packed
all the time; -
liberty Books Another Big One
Starting Sunday the Liberty
theater announces that they -will
offer Pauline Frederick in Mad
ame X. The star is famous on
the stage and screen and has doz
ens of big successes to her-credit.
In this picture, however, she did
the finest emotional acting of her
career. In checking back a few
years to pick out the real bl
nits or tne Eiient drama, no
picture will stand out more forc
ibly than Madame X It li dram
a'tic, but differs from other pr-
ductions in this way, when the
word "Finis" is flashed on the
screen you fee that you have seen
something Her support in this
picture is the best, her leading
man being a famous stage and
screen star, -a real actor William
Courtleigh. Madame X is based
on the book of the same name, a
widely read piece of fiction. The
Liberty theater management con
siders this film one of the best
dramatic f productions that baa
ever been shown on the screen,
and claim that it is impossible to
go too strong In boosting it. To
those that like polished emotion
al acting and a feature with some
weight to it,( this Is one that they
cannot afford to ' miss, and the
Liberty theater wishes to make
this statement to those who have
3een Pauline Frederick in a med
iocre production, ..when her heart
and soul were not in her work,
must see this film and then they
will admit that no finer actress
ever appeared before the studio
lights, ;
BUNCO. IN IS
25.QDQRICHER
County and Jeweler Victims
of Operator Who Stays
Within the Law
"The Beautiful Liar," starring
Katherine MacDonald, which is
coming to the Grand theater to
day for on engagement of two
days, is considered an ideal Ve
nice for the "American Beauty."
It has a plot which moves with
lightning rapidity, an abundance
of humorous situations romance
that will make old hearts young
and young hearts stronger, and
a genuine human Interest that
should appeal to all theater
goers. Harold Lloyd in "Grandma's
Boy" will be on the same bill.
One of the strongest companies
ever assigned to a motion picture
Today
and
Tomorrow
Grand
2 P. M.
7 P. M.
9 P. M.
Special Return Engagement
HAROLD LLOYD in
"Grandma's Boy'
Thousands did not get a chance to see this Comedy -when
" shown at the Liberty. Don't miss it this time
Best Comedy Ever Shown in Salem
ALSO
KATHERINE
MACDONALD
In
"The
Beautiful
Liar"
.Supported by an sub
stantial ' cast of well
! known stars. .
4 s X'
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The dog team, which carried
Alm Rubens through reels of
"The Valley of Silent Men." a
new picture for Paramount,
which comes to the Oregon thea
ter Sunday, was on actual service
team procured from the Hudson
Day post at Athabasca Landing,
Canada. For years the team was
used by Jim Mcintosh, fur trad-
the company went
to film the James Oliver
Curwood story. Miss Rubens drove
the team for miles over the snow.
The feminine members of the
party petted the dogs and fed
them to such an extent that the
fur trader objected. "Can't do
a thing with 'em," declared Mc
Inoah, , 'mountain dogs never
ought to be petted. These wo
men, spoil 'em.:
Despite the fur trader's objec
tions. Miss Rubens' kindness
proved satisfactory, for whenever
she drove them, they covered the
ground satisfactorily. Lew Cody
plays opposite Miss Rubens in
this stirring photoplay.
er. When
north
How long should a man serve
an apprenticeship?
The question interests every
American youthj, looking for a
career, and while it is customary
for a young man entering busi
ness to spend several years in. a
minor position learning a trade,
it is distinctly out of the ordinary
for a man of recognized talent
and success) to devote three years
to apprenticing himself.
That, however, is what Richard
Walton Tully did to, prepare him
self as a producer of motion pic
tures. Before his ambition to
enter the film field materialized
with the making of "The Mas
querader," the current attraction
starring Guy Bates Post, at the
Oregon theater. Mr. Tully de
voted three years to close study
of the technique of picture mak
ing. Prior to that time he was
recognized as one of the success
ful producers of stage ptays. in
cluding "The Rose or tne ran
ch," "The Bird of Paradise,
Omar the Tentmaker" and The
Masquerader" among others. Mr.
Tully declared that h wanted
to have this much time so he
would know how to apply his
knowledge of stagecraft to the
new art of the cinema.
"Women Men Love," the big
special six-reel picture which is
showing at the Bligh tneaier
next week, brings William Des
mond back to us in a role such
as made him a front rank favor
ite in the old Triangle days. "Wo-
medn Men Love" is the -story o
a man who loved his weak and
beautiful w1fe so well that he
nt down to aad finally brougni
her back to the' throne.
Hard work, curses and two dol
lars a week some weoks were
th rpward Mamie Jurtd got ior
being the wardrobe slavay o' a
road show for 12 hours a dap.
Spa r.ladvs Walton In the finest
characterization of her career in
The Trouper" at the BHgn tne-
ater Sunday.
Fred BalshbfWhas struck a
popular chord in his production.
'Thp Three BucKaroos. navin
succeeded in . transplanting me
i f rhfvalrv which was
mH famous bv thp beloved hsr-
Alexander Dumas' novel,
The Three Musketeers." into tne
hearts and souls of three scouts
it western ranges. a
fanciful idea that, and one wmcn
wfth the beauty oi its investiture
the grandeur of the high sier
rasand the rapidity and tnrm
of its action, has resulted in an
entertainment which manes one
feel that he has had his monep s
worth.
1 "The Three BucKaroos" is
western melodrama, plus many
vi...' romance, adventure, a
IU1U&- . '
love Jdyll in a-wonderous set
Mns-, narttgan. an adventurous
Nebraskan. is attracted by the
fame of three rangers who be
come known as "The Three Buck-
aroos," who are beloved by the
righteous, but feared and detest
ed by evildoers, and wnose
movements are as mysterious as
those of the Clansmen of recon
struction days. At the Bligh today.
One of the latest and most per
fect bunco games to be suc
cessful pulled off that it net
ted the operator $25,000 spot cash
and kept him within the law oc
cured afew weeks ago in -6an
Diego according to F. H. Moore,
a police officer of the southern
city who arrived here yesterday
to get requisition papers to re
turn Jack Reed, arrested in Kla
math Falls and wanted on a
charge of white slavery.
A stranger, "well dressed and af
fable, came to San Diego, regis
tered at one of the best hotels and
then began to build up a list of
acquaintances in the neighbor
hood, according to Moore's narra
tive. Spends Coin Freely
An overflowing pocketbook
that was alwtays kept open soon
won for the stranger the friend
ship and esteem of the hotel
clerks, the barber and particular
ly a Jewish jeweler just opposite
the hostlery.
In the few weeks time that
passed since the stranger came to
town the newcomer had spnt sev
eral hundred dollars for various
kinds of gems. He always p&S
for them with a check and the
check always was honored at the
bank.
One Saturday afternoon, Mr.
Moore reports, the stranger stroll
ed into the jewelry establishment.
Leisurely he looked over ,some
diamond rings. He selected one
that cost $1500 and gave the
proprietor a check for it.
Sells Ring for $200.
A very short time later the
hotel barber came into the store,
showed a ring to the Jeweler and
asked him if It were any good.
"Why sure. J just sold it for
$1500," came the answer.
"And I just bought it for $200"
replied the tonsorial artist.
"The D n check's no good,"
yelled the jeweler as he extracted
the slip of paper from the safe and
dashed in search of a policeman.
As the gentleman rrom Jerusalem
reached the hotel entranced in
company with two blue coats the
stranger came down the steps
carrying two suitcases.
The check passer was arrested.
He refused to talk and upon a
warrant issued by the district at
torney he was removed to the
county jail.
Later Saturday evening when
the banks had opened the prison
er phoned the district attorney
and asked him if the bank had
refused to cash the check for
115,00.
"We didn't try to get it cash
ed" came the answer rrom the
prosecutor. ''Don't you think it
would be a good idea to find out
if the check really is worthless
before you throw a man into jail
charging him with passing bad
notes," the stranger asked.
Check Is OK.
Mr. Moore says that 30 min
utes later the attorney and the
Jew appeared at th jail and or
dred the prisoner's release. The
check was good and a dposit of
sveral thousand dollars remained
in favor of the accused man.
For false imprisoament Santa
Cruz county paid the stranger
$12,500 and then Jeweler a like
amount. The man then left town,
his injurd pride having been ap
peased by the coin. And thus Is
recorded, Mr. Moore says, one of
the most clever bunco games
authorities have encounterd in a
long time.
Used by Three Generations
"I used Foley's Honey and Tar
personally, give it to all my
children and now my grandchil
dren with the same good results.
I tried many kinds of cough med
icine but never want anything
but Foley's Honey and Tar,"
writes Mrs. E. . Olson, Superior,
Wis. Foley's Honey and Tar was
established in 1875 and has stood
the test of time serving three gen
erations. It quickly relievtes
colds, coughs and croup, throat,
chest and bronchial trouble. Sold
everywhere. Adv.
la
Former Premier Andreas Mor
aczewskl of Poland is In the Unit
ed States for the purpose of rais
ing funds for his party In thit
country. Another Fishing Polo.
- Ex-Governor Cox is spending a
lot of time trying to run down
tho rumor that William Gibba
McAdoo will, be a. candidate for
ttiat nomination in 1924.
Mean-
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You can be cured and will re
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If you are a sufferer from Files,
Fissure, Fistula or Itching, write
to me today.
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RECTAL SPECIALIST
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