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SHADES CR BARNUM
P. T. r.-irimm Puntwti the
world iih a white elephant
tun she went him our better
when Hf jawt.'d up the town
with a pink elephant and a
SIIK WAS AL1VK
THE BLOOAUNG ANCEL
; NEW FACES FOR OLD
Utilised to sell her face cream or so broke.
She lined up the women with an idea thai
made other ladies' faces her fortune.
"Xew Faces For Old" was her skiKjran.
It's a typical, suppical Madgre Kennedy com
edy. UNIVERSAL COMEDY
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,11 . ADAPTED FROM THE. PUAY BY M
GUV BOLTON P. G WODBliOUSL M
- Directed by . Mr-
4 , MAURICE CAMPBELL- ilrrn,
SCENARIO BY & r:''''
. EDITH KENNEDY7
Kinging and Talking
PAIL? EAST CRSOONIAN,
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Ray and Blanch McKay
Klean, Klasy Komedy
"Tin; i;i sru ss si:v
The colorful love stories untl lavish
sittings In Itobcit W. Chambers stories
lend themselves well to presentation
on the screen. The, plctura versions
of "Tho Danger Mark, Dio Fir-
u;g Line," "Tho 'Dark Star," and "Tho
riKhting Chance'' have alroady met
with great hik-ccp. Now comes the
photoplay adapted from ono of Mr.
Chamber' most brilliant recent novels,
"Thp Kestless Sex," I'lquant Marion
Davles in the heroine and the picture
will be on view at the Arcade Theatte
for 3 days commencing today.
"The rtestless Sex'1 deals with fem
inism, but not In a political wav. It
portrays the insatiable desire of the
modern young woman for excitement
and a place of importance In the
world. Thelstory portrays tho ro
mance of a pretty girl of this type.
Kalph. Kellard and Carlyle Black
wcl lare prominent in the large cost
supportlns Miss Pavles. Robert Z.
Leonard directed tho picture, which Is
IX "A I I LL IIOr.SH
IS PLAVKU OF NOTE
Lottie Williams, a popular com
edienne well known for years on the
stase, has an interesting role In sup
1 ort of Hryant Washburn, Paramount
star, In his lates phntocomcdy, , "A
Full House" which will be shown at
the Alta thcatro for 2 days beginning
Miss Williams is an actress of ex
ceptional versatility. Beginning her
career In vaudeville, she made her de
but in drama when she created the
role of Ah Mee, the slave girl In
Charles Kemiore Ulrlch's Chinese play
A Celestial Maidon," which success
fully toured the Pacific. Coast for many
seasons. Quitting the legitimate stage,
Miss Williams accepted the rale of Su
sie, the maid in "A Full House" and
her clever worlJ adds much to the en
joyment of the spectators.
In the story, Susie steals a diamond
necklace which has been stolen by a
burglar. In order to obtain the reward
of 3 0C offered fyr Its return. She
night have succeeded had not the
house been surrounded by the police,
and hiding it in her stocking, she keeps
'i until tne burglar glimpses It and
from his place of concelment cuts It
out of the stocking.
There are many comical situations
in "A Full House" and Mr. Wnshlmrn
is at his best in the stellar role. l,oU
lison heads a capable supporting
company of players. The picture was
airoctcd by James Cruze. - '
AltCAUK SODAV A.Vo MOXDAV
WITH A srpr;p,n CAST
"JIKLD 1SY TUP, F.MCMY"
anotner or W lam r.illetto'.
i me iinierican stage wl henntirv
the sllversheet when it is shown at the
rvx-aao tnentre Sunday and Monrtnv
neiu oy tne unemy." wim ,,n ni
ne greatest of American dramas, nnrt
iis screen iorm It Is said to be even
nore vivid and grippinir than th r,i,.v
iieiu by the Enemy." is n drama
of tense emotions and big, vital, human
Miuauons a ttory of love and loy
""J anu unseitishness, hate an
urarnrrr ana human passion, it I
iniea wun powerful moments and the
"ncienying theme depicts the triumph
(( i"ve ana devotion.
There arc many, big. striking role
"i rnem Dy the Enemy.".. Lewis
ione, well known New York actor,
lases ine part of Captain . Gordon
n.ijne. Agnes Ayres, an actre.'S of
many accomplishments, was choj-'r,
..j iwn net nnync, ana cnarn-'m;
aiuia Hawley plays an cnuallv im
portant feminine part.
Jack HOlt. who will be rememlierp.1
tor his work In Tourneur's "The Life
Mile, and also in ."Victory" does his
btst work in this picture, while Rob
trt Cain plays the heavy with his usual
ecellent skill. Walter Hiers, the funny
fat boy actor, supplies the necessary
comedy, other important players are
Josephine Crowell, Lillian Lelghton,
Robert Browers and C. H. Geldart.
(Continued on page 11.)
Bryant Washburn ,
1'ItI IM 'ltl K THE' GHEAT
. Illusion and Mystery,
CA.MPBKLL & VLOVKH.
Minstrels from Memphis
EVENING. NOVEMBER 27, 1020.
Another De Lux Attraction
Portland Patrons will Pay 50c admission.
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TAMOUS PLAYE2.S -LASKY' CORPORATION
Ihe Restless. Sex"
" .Robect. Chambers .
v maeiokWies '
. Hy a MrniiKe
nuido limit mid
t(iiiH!-tuus gttiluinl( mid this
striiKKilng wtilntor ivlioiu slid
could niver hvo. Aik now. In
Um depths of liln (Unmir Mio
Clinic l lilin lirliiKliiK
Hut M' tills flaniliiK riniiHiico
of New York's palaces untl ar.
IMtftctl ly lUihert , Ixtiiiard
tM hbi . - Mfv -U V-. A 1
1 ii Mil ?&kl
WE GUARANTEE THIS PICTU
Despite it all, she loved thia handsome
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iJESSE L.1ASKY V LJWI .
PRESENTS'. VV :'f y 1 .
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Yankee captain loved him though he was an
enemy of her beloved Dixie; . loved him
though her heart was pledged to a soldier of
the South. t '
And when the Southerner, a spy within
the union lines, came keeking refuge at her
From the' Stirring Stage Melodrama by WILLIAM GILLETTE
I ' Directed by DONALD CRISP
i V Scenario by Beulah Marie Dix ,
' , A REAL COMEDY "IMA VAMP"
Shown Before the Big Portland Run
Here in Pendleton Children 10c; Adults 35c
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iuni of 1 ate
REGREULICH & MATLOCK
-v. g .
iu ine Lnemu
- Agnes Aigres V :
and Lewis btone
home, and Blue and Gray met tace to face
what happened then? --.-t
Come and be thrilled as you never vvere
before by this greatest of all love-melodra-mas.
Pictured on an unprecedented scale,
with every member of the cast a famous
screen player. ' ; , ,,
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