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I J BERT Y
'The Grnb Stake."
Ar'1"4 IT- ;i"'GRANl '.i-Z
Tomorrow. The Bat." '
Macy Baird ComdianH
present "T h e M a n From
Texas, v 1 , i
.-Pauline Frederick in "8a K
.i. vase." . . n "
i Macy-Baird's -
' " Comedians
Another Daridy ''v
3-Act Comedy r
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r-. - "SALVAGE" -9
? - Pauline Fredericks
:' and others. '
' ' Dellaven Comedy
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, t NelI hinraan isa.tbe TJberty
theater who. another or tnose pic
tures that bear the stamp of. her
unusual individuality and ability.
It Is called "Tbe Grub-Stake and
la up to her accustomed standard
in most respects and beyond It in.
others'. ' More than ihe excellent
story written: by Miss Shlpman,
sha gives ns ' a remarkable char
acterization of a girl beset by
trials almost; beyond endurance,
who by sheer, pluck and grit over
comes: the I circumstances into
which fate has thrown her. In
addition, there- are the amazing
animals a without which no Nell
Sblpman picture would be com-J
plete. . In her new one there are
more animals than ever before,
and they contribute no small part
to the success of the story.
The -fact that . Douglas Fair-
Do Some Investigating
1 Y been a sufferer from Piles 25
year. 'Read HIS letter and the
many others in the FREE jllus
trated book which tells the true
facts about such cases as yours
and about my noh'sursical, pain
less, harmless treatment.
Investigate my remarkable work as a
highly specialized physician before sub
Kxibing to o-called hom- and
"quack" curesJ ' 1 -
J MOLDING j RUHfR DOOR,
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Gen. Degoutte, commanding
on the Rhine who says France
will hold on until she is paid
what Germany owes her. j
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DL CirAS. J. DEAN
2ND AAS idSM FOKTtAN.OfrEC4WI
LEFT $8,000,000 BY HUSBAND.
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died in Paris in June, 1920, and whose will was filed recently. Mrs.
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her hnstihflV large estate Vhul the official acconnOngrJs aold
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OREGON STATESMAN Classified Advertising W ,.'
read universally. because of the fact that residents "
' 1 of Salem and vicinity have, found , that Che paper
that publishes them is to be relied upon to get
results. ;. . , v, .
Reidt j, Net Premises, is Vtat the Advertiser
) rVants. Ve Get ResnlU I r "
banks' super-photodrama, "Doug
las Fairbanks in Robin Hood," re
flects the spirit of chivalry at its
zenith in the Twelfth century is
the - cause - of .a wide 'discussion
as to a comparison of present day
chivalry with that obtaining In
the balmy days of knighthood S00
years ago. It has been contended
that all the proof , one needs of
the. lack of the slightest sembl
ance t of a remaining chivalry
among modern men can be had
on almost any street car 'almost
any; day in almost any American
city. - .f f v ' -rf ; ' :.
Since woman's suffrage has
come into existence the masculine
sex seems less prone than ever to
be extremely decorous to women
who must travel a la trolley. An
authority on the history . of the
Twelfth Century declares , a sim
ilar demonstration of ; Impolite
ness would have caused mortal
combat, since no true exponent of
the kind of chivalry 800 years ago
in England would have hesitated
tp show full resentment.
According to tbe Impression of
the spirit - of the memorable age
given by Mr. Fairbanks In "Doug
las Fairbanks in Robin Hood." a
United Artists release coming to
the Oregon and Grand theaters
next Saturday, the men fought
with reckless abandon that ladles;
fair might be duly honored and it
seems exceedingly certain no wo
man could have had to cling to a
strap while-, men' held down com
fortable seats If . tfiere had . hf eri
street cars in those days.
However, another debater with
a penchant for defending modern
man,, offers the suggestion that
women have changed since then,'
too, apparently inferring that wo
men of today are at least partly
to blame for their troubles - with
num. devoid of a full measure of
chivalry. , v . i,
It may be best to s leave the
whole matter a moot question, but
It Is .nevertheless intensely inter,
esting to note tbe difference be
tween the men of old and the men
of. now, and it .is genuine enter
tainment to watch "Douglas Fair
banks in Robin Hood."
Rupert Hughes' sparkling comedy-drama,
"Gimme," will be
seen soon at the Oregon. ' ; v
"Milton "Sills, who playa the role
Of Fred Martin in support , of
Pauline Frederick In Robertson
Cole's super-special "Savage,
now at the Bligh theatre. Is one
of the best known., leading men
on the screen and is recalled by
every devotee of the cinema for
his distinguished' work in bucIi
plays as "The Honor System,"
"The Reason Why," "The Savage
Women." "Behold My Wife.M
"The Furnace" and "The Faith
Healer." , , V , .
"Meet the wife," f 'Raise the
rent" are some of the well
known - recently jcoined express
Ions which are used to goodad
vantage on "Bluebeard Jr.," a
motion, picture farce, featuring
Mary Anderson, which comes to
the Bligh theatre starting Thurs
day. .-. - - . ' '
The Macy Baird's Comedians
are presenting another of their
dandy -comedy dramas at . the
Bligh theatre this week ' entitled
"The Man; from Texas." This
play will be presented agaln to
night and tomorrow . night : and
an entire new - show for Thurs
day and Friday.
VAN DUZER NAMED
BY GOV. PIERCE
(Continued from page 1) 4.
members of the ', commissions pre
sented their resignations to the
govefrnor while the .legislature
was in progress, but at the request
of the "governor they consented
to remain temporarily on the
NIGHT ONLY -
Seat Sale Now kt Box Off ice :
WAGENHALS & KEMPER
?-i;v Present I,-,-.
MARY KOBERTS RINEvHART & AVERY H0PVV00D
NOTE: "The Bat" played for over two years in Key? Tork;
more than year in Chicago;-will soon pass the first year malic
in London. A'ew theatrical records wore established in each
city. It will be presented here, exactly as it was in New York
City and Chicago and as it is now playing to phenomenal busi
ness in London. -. 1 : ; :,..- t . s. -'r-.'-c- i-.
Orchestra . .......... .$2.76
Dress . Circle- ; . . . . . . . . . $2.20
Balcony $1.65 and $1.10
Gallery (Not : reserved) . . . 55cr
WOMAN SPEAKER RECEIVES FLORAL GAVEL A3 REWARD. ;
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The only woman member of the West Virginia Legislature Mrs.
Thomas Gates of Kanawha county, presented here. She JenJV:
called to preside over the House-ths first time a lso a woman was
ever so honored and when sheoncluded her delighted fellow mem
bers gave her a three foot gavel of red, white and Jlue flowers.
WiTN ESSES IN DAMAGE -
SUIT CASE AUUUbtu
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pnd .their chief witness, and also
a sister .ot Mrs. .Keenan, ioiu
newspapermen . the sentences were
part -of-" House of David code.
irevious 10 iui inciaer
itorney--Nelson-had called il
tentlon of the -Jiidget. to the f
that Mary , Purnell. wife o; t
cult, leader, was leaving the c
room frequently. He char re.-,
was - talking outside the r
with, "witnesses about to
.called. - - ' - - - ,
LAST TIMES TODAY
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1ST ARTING TOMORROW t
GREAT COIiiEDT DRAT.IA
commissjpn.. William Duby of
Baker, was .recently appointed in
W. B. Barratt's place. .Robert A.
Booth of Eugene, chairman of the
commission, is . expected A to step
out: immediately. .
.Herbert. Nunn, state highway
engineer; I who also presented his
resignation before tbe legislature
adjourned, , will -leave, the state's
service about April 1. C. C. Kelly,
one of t,bp assistant engineer,
and Sam Boardman of Boardman
axe - mentioned as possible sue
cessors.1 : , " . , , - -j -..
Mr. Yeon was appointed on the
commission November 22, 1920,
by Governor Olcott to succeed S,
Benson. . His term - would have
expired March 31 ,this year. - Mr,
Booth's term does not expire un
til .March M. 1924. .
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