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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1922)
SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22. 1922
Now Playing Oregon
TODAY and TOMORROW ONLY
The cast of "Rich Men'3
TVItcs" is evidence of the sincer-
ity of purpose dominating the pro
ducers, for you will lind in the
principal roles House Peters, a
itar of unquestioned power and
beauty newly come into her own
as a star; Gaston Glass, a featur
ed star; Rosemary Theby, known
to everyone; Myrtle Stedman, a
beautiful woman great in her ma
tured art; Charles Clary, one of
the finest actors on the screen;
: popularity; I Claire
TliE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
"The Cute Little Couple "
1 Mr. and Mrs.
MY LADY FRIENDS
Yoif can V forget their two big movie successes
"The Girl in the Taxi," and "Twin Beds"
Well: This is heir third hit "A Comedy of Married Life'
V''7. ',': You'll Like This Bill
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GLAOY5 WALTON in TOP O'THE MOANING
th HAPQY MYBLS a umveaSAu rrAcrto
AT TH BLIGH TODAY AND TOMORROW
Mildred June, a Sennett star spe
cially lent to Mr. Gasnier for this
production; Carol Holloway, a
star of Ions standing; William
Austin, an artist in character
comedy roles; Martha Mattox,
one of the finest character
actresses. This picture comes to
the Oregon Tuesday.
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An up-to-the-minute comedy for young1 and old. A' smart
clog and cute kids in:
"THE RADIO HOUND"
and a News Weekly Thrown in
Always a Elbert Lachele Salem's best
" Good Show , on the Ventilated
Here ( organ Theatre
Garry Kilgour and , Gypsy
Clarke are the unique combina
tion of a likeable boob trying to
make a hit with a pretty French
girl, a typical "Parisien" Flirt.
Their chatter and songs sparkle
with laughter provoking repartee
and they retain their characters
throughout. The act is for laugh
ing purposes strictly and every
body is happy while they hold the
Art Acor J
6 7 and 9 p.m.
GOBS OF LAUGHTER
4 REELS OF IT.
Zww J. Selinick,
Biy Success by the S iar
' Without aTailure'
An interestiOT story of a re
markable character transform
ation through love.
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Vaudeville and Gladys Wal
ton in "The Top o' the Morning."
Wanda Hawley and Miitou
Sills in "Burning Sands."
Carter Dehaven and wife in
"My Lady Friends" and a two
Today's show starts at 5 p.
m. Harold Lloyd in "A Sailor
Made Man" and Elaine Ham
raerstein in "Under Oath."
stage. It is the kind of an act
that contains the full measure of
success : from audiences every
where because of the artists and
their artistry at the Bligh today
Silver and Edna, a splendid
specimen of a real athletic man
and a charming female with won
derful figures, iu an aerial offer
ing consisting of a remarkable
routine of astonishing feats that
for excellence in gracefulness and
agility can hardly be duplicated
It is a gymnastic number that will
snthuse, thrftl ana entertain, at
the Bligh today and tomorrow.
The same organization that sue
ceeded in turning out two of the
best multiple reel comedy produc
tions yet seen, "Twin Beds" and
"The Girl in the Taxi," made "My
Lady Friends," the Mr. and Mrs
Carter De Haven attraction which
comes to the Liberty Theatre to
Harry Myers, 'better known
'The Connecticut Yankee,"
"Robinson -Cruso," plays the. lead
in the Universal attraction,, !Top
O' the Morning." starring Gladys
Walton at the Bligh Theatre; Sun
day and Monday. Myers has i
capacity for adapting himself to
any role, whether dramatic or
humorous, and making a success
Wanda Hawley 'with Milton
Sills in "Burning: Sands"
3ath" is the champion Hammer
Stein picture of the year, ft can
Je seen at the Grand.
Harold Lioyds is said to be a
jrand Gob of Joy in "A Sailor
ilade Man," the feature comedy
n four reels at the Grand Theatre.
introduced a3 a gilded youth bor-
?d by his own society, he becomes
one of Uncle Sam's sons and wears
i middy, flappy trousers and a
peanut hat. For the first time he
learns the meaning of discipline
"Burning Sands' a new Para
mount picture featuring Wanda
Hawley and Milton Sills, is doing
a land office business at the Ore
gon theatre. The opinion is free-
!y expressed that the photoplay
's equal in drama and appeal to
"The Sheik." The production is
Football enthusiasts, of which
there are' an ever-increasing nuni
ber, win find some stirring mo
ments in a gridiron conflict which
forms one of the sequences of
"The Great Alone." a production
starring Monroe Salisbury, which
will be presented at the Liberty
Theatre, commencing Tuesday.
One week from today the Lib-
11 offer Sr
success "Free Air." This story
erty will offer "nother comedy
fan in The Saturday Evening Post,
it was written by Sinclair Lewis
the man who wrote "Main Street.
It is a scram of a comedy and
concerns tne trials and tribula
lions of automobile owners.
At Liberty Friday
Lester Cuneo, the well-known
stage and screen star, famous for
his war work with the "33rd Divi
sion Players," the group of A. E
F. members 'who gave perform
ances to their "buddies" at tho
front under shell-fire, has the
leading role in a new picture en
titled "Lone Hand Wilson." :
thrillful story laid in the West
ern ranch country.
in the picture Cuneo has an
unusual role and one that gives
him much opportunity for display
ing his abilities. He plays the
part of a siient, solitary man who
capitulates to women only when
one of striking innocence and ab
sence of convention appeals to
"Lone Hand" Wilson" is now in
process of completion and will be
ihown at the Bligh theatre start
ing next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sylvia Breamer, leading- lady
with "A Man With Two
Hickman Bessey Stock C, will
present "The Country Girl" at the
Bliph next Wednesday and Thursday.
1gooi PIANO $H9
Onlj4 $5 down, S5 month
We are closing out oar entire
present stock of Pianos. Five
pianos for almost half price
15 down buys any piano. Come
now; they are going ,fast.
See ad on page 3, second section
Geo, C. Will closing old nation
ally advertised line of 'phono
graphs at half price. $1 down
' ? I week; up.
See ad on page 3, second section
"Under Oath" is a crackerjack
picture from beginning to end. a
necklace of dramatic situations,
each situation a pearl. There is
not a moment that the interest
wanes or releases hold of the
imagination. Time ly, intense,
photographically perfect, ' Under
The J. R. Watltins Products
A. A. ENGLEBART.
City Sales Manager
246 Lafelle Street, Salem, Ore.
Phone 1734W. Goods dellTCred
the Classified Aas.
Coming to Liberty Tuesday
7 jr i ?- f t ,tcv
Afcnro Salisbury inllie Great Abm
Wanda Hawley, Milton Sills, Robert Cain, Jacqaeline Logan
A Thrilling Tale oi Desert Love .
"Burning Sands" is an exciting desert romance written by a popular
author who has spent his life among the Arabs. Produced on a magnifi
cent scale by the man who made "The Shiek."
The picture abounds in (spectacular midnight battles of wild gallop
ing Bedouins, in passionate love scenes, in the magic atmosphere of
the real Sahara.
COMEDY r PATHE NEWS
Save an evening for "Rick Men's WjvesJ
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