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C L A C K A M A S C O U N T Y N P W S , F R ID A Y , A PR H - 1«, 1BÎS
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HOOT GIBSON A T -'LIBERTY”
TONIGHT A ND TOMORROW
E LW O O D
Hoot Gibson in the role o f a sup-
l posed convict is now appearing be
ELWOOD, April IK.— (S p ecial).—
fore local picturegoers at the Liberty
I.. M. Cox spent Sunday with his fam
Theatre, where “ The Danger Rider,”
his late Universal picture, is to be
John Scott visited at the M. Park
presented tonight and tomorrow.
The locale is that o f a ranch run
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vallen and their
daughter, Mury, visited at the home ‘ by a pretty girl, who employs only
o f Stanford Cox, in Estacada, Satur ex-convicts who cannot find honest
With Hoot posing
U. N. Berkley and Mrs. Louis V al I as a notorious criminal, the picture
len were Oregon City visitors W ed has numerous comedy situations, as
nesday, Mrs. Vallen visiting with her well as plenty o f thrills o f the well-
known variety supplied by the cow
mother, who has been seriously ill.
Dun Stuhlnecker and boys spent boy stars.
Gibson, win. has a record o f dar
the week-end with Mr. Stahlneeker's
mother at Wilsonville and also pur ing deeds and thrilling stunts for the
! screen, is reported to have made “ The
chased wire for his new hop yurd.
Mrs. Matilda Surjus spent the Danger Rider” one o f his most enter
week-end with her sister, Mrs. Mar taining productions.
NOTES FROM UP THE M O U N T A IN j
A new homesite tract, Ray-Morr
Hills, is being opened at Zig Zag park
on the Truman road, by the Mt. Hood
Investment Company, I ’ortland. Ep-
! on and W ing are clearing and grad
ing the streets.
Thousands o f trout have recently-
been planted in mountain streams at
Riverside, Cedar Creek, Wild Cat
i reek at Bowen's, Salmon R iver at
Welches and Tayneys.
The lirst signs o f spring noted at
Swim were discovered Saturday by
Mrs. Boyd Summers’ mother, who
-aw wild geese flying and a chipmunk
sporting on a tree.
A dance was held again Saturday i
night ut the John Sladky home, in the
A number o f cars were at the g o lf
course club house at Welches, Sun
day. Clearing more ground at the
course is under way and wood is be
R. E. Esson, Sandy druggist, made
a trip to Welches, Sunday.
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Professional Cards I
DR. CHARLES P JOHNSON
Dentist, Extracting Specialist
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Gas or nerve blocking Anesthesia
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Painting, Inside and out
Prices right, work guaranteed
L. A. C H A P M A N
Calls attended day or night
M ortuary I. O. 0 . F. Bldg.
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tha Henderson, in Oregon City.
Eugenia Gilbert appears in the
Miss Keba Spitler and brother, feminine lead with Reaves Eason, one
Jimmie, spent the week-end in Port o f Gibson’s directors, playing the vil-
land with their sister, Mrs. Emery.
1 lain. Others in the supporting cast
are Monte Montague, King Zany,
Prank Beale and Milla Iiaveport. Thu
hand o f Universal Ranch Riders also j SP ECIAL STAGE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE L IBERTY THEATRE
V IO L A
appear with the company.
In Your Pocket-How Much ?
How much do you generally carry with you? The
easiest way to spend money is to have a lot of it in
your pocket all of the time. And the easiest way to
save it is to carry only enough to meet your daily
W e know of a large number of young men who never
saved a penny until they got out of the habit of pull-
ing out the roll every time they made a small pur-
chase. They now bring the money here— it is in a
savings account— where it is not so handy, and in-
stead of always being broke the day before pay day
they are now well on the way to an independent
Why don’t you try it? Saving will soon be just as
much fun as spending and you will have enough to
stall in business or buy a home, before you realize
it. Bring that “ roll” in today.
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V IO L A , April 18.— (S p ecial).— TW O WOMEN IN CAST
OF “ BE AU S A B R E U R ’
Viola is having all kinds o f weather,
with rain, hail, snow and a little sun
There are only two feminine prin
shine between times, which doesn't
cipals in "Beau Sabreur,” l ’aru-
help the gardens at all.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lankin have niount’s spectacular sequel to “ Beau
moved from Gresham on to the John Ceste,” which is to be projected on
Pickens place. Eldon and Earl Lan the screen at the Liberty Theatre on
kin are employed at the Elliott mill Sunday and Monday, April 21 and 22.
These roles are played by Evelyn
which is running at present.
Brent, as Mary Vanburgh, an Am eri
The P. T. A. will meet on Thurs
can girl who becomes a pivotal point
day evening, April 25,. A feature o f
in a great Sahara desert tribal rebel
the program will be a play by some
lion, and Joan Standing, cast as the
o f V iola’s bright young men, and a
Cockney maid, Maudie.
talk by Brenton Vedder, besides sev
This same condition existed in
eral other numbers.
will be served and everybody is in “ Beau Geste.” There were but two
women in that story, which was also
vited to attend.
Ernest Evanson, who has been from the pen o f P. C. Wren. They
working at the Potter mill at M offitt, were Alice« Joyce and Mary Brian,
Wash., came home and expects to but their characterizations were more
or less subordinated by the great
work at the Allen mill at Redland.
Jim Sevier, who has been <iuite ill theme o f brotherly love. In “ Leau
fo r over a week now with a severe Sabreur," directed by John Waters,
cold on his chest and lungs, almost the love is an equally strong one, but
pneumonia, is a little better, although it is divided between a girl and the
In- has been in bed most o f the time. hero’s country.
Manager Perry has arranged to se
cure special stage attractions fo r the
Liberty Theatre every Wednesday
night, through the Straw Amusement
The first show is booked fo r next
Wednesday, April 24, and will be an
Whitehead’s trio o f musical comedi
ans; Hal Kiter, in comedy character
impersonations, and Holly Gayman,
who presents a novelty musical offer
ing with comedy song numbers, bird
whistling and imitations.
The show follow ing this, which will
appear at the Liberty on May Day,
Wednesday, May 1, will feature a
celebrated Chinese girls’ orchestra,
the only act o f this kind in America.
Popular prices are to prevail and
a special program o f pictures will be
shown on the screen in addition to
the stage presentations each Wednes
transferred to secret service duty on
the vast Sahara. Chief in support
are Noah Beery, William Powell, A r
This is his fifth cold this winter and
Gary Cooper plays Henri Beaujo- nold Kent, Mitchell Lewis and Ros-
is the worst o f all.
lais, o f the Foreign Legion, who ¡s coe Karns.
Dr. W . W . Rhode.
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a. m. 2 :35 p. m. 6 :5 5
a. m. 2 :50 p. m. 7 :05
a. m. 3 :05 p. m. 7 :25
a. m. 3 :1 5 p. m. 7 :35
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3 :30 p. m.
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Time of Departure
Lv. Estacada *6: 15 a.m . 8 :3 0 a .m . 4 :3 0 p. m.
Lv. Eagle Cr. 6:30 a. m. 8:45 a. m. 4:45 p. m.
6 :8 5 a.m . 8:55 a.m . 4:55 p.m.
6:50 a.m . 9:10 a.m . 5:10 p.m .
Lv. Clack’mas 7:00 a.m . 9:20 a.m . 5:20 p.m .
Ar. Portland 7:35 a. m. 9:55 a. in. 6:00 p. m.
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H Sunday Only
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1 2 :15
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7:15 p. m. 8:80 p. m.
7 :2 5 p .m . H;4i)p. m.
7:35 p, m. 9:05 p.m .
7:45 p.m . 9:10 p.m .
8:30 p. m. 9:45 p* m.
V Saturday Only.
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