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The gay life of Paris has been de-
pietou with unusual realism . by
Erich von Siroheim in his latest
i mversal-Jewel production. ' "The
Dev.I s Pass Key," which vill toe
shown at the Central theatre this
afternoon and tonight and at the
Eagle theatre Sunday and Monday.
Mr. von Siroheim has inserted
great realism into his new play. The
rnce scenes at the famous Grand
Prix are exceptional showing the
horses in a close finish and giving
views of the crowds of fashionably
dressed men and women in the
Sam de Grasse. who played the
husband in von Stroheim's recent
similar part in "The Devil's Pass
Key," that of an author living with
his extravagant but unsophisticated
wife in Paris. Sbe runs up a large
bin at' the rhcp Of an unscrupulous
modiste, who suggests that she get
a rich' admirer to pay her bills.
, A young American army officer
helps the w-ife, but not on the basis
expected -by the tnodiste. The hus
band henrs-the story but has no idea
who lUie. principals are. He makes
ft : rti'e 1 subj?ct 'of a play which is a
great success. Later he learns that
it is his own wife whose indiscretions
he has put upon the stage. The cli
max of the photoplay has been re
markably handled hy Director von
Praise for powerful acting Is also
due Una Trevelyn as - the wife.
Clyde Fillmore as the American of
ficer, Maude George as the modiste
upon whose cleverness mnch cf the
success of the play depends; Leo
White as her assistant, Mae Eusch
as a Spanish dancer, and Jack
Matheis and Ruth King as the Count
and Countess de Trouvere.
- Dash for Pole
LONDON. An aupTant- oaVTT to
the South Pole! This is the goal of
John L. Cope, who is the head of a
party which Is now en route to the
Antarctic to make a survey for the
British Imperial Antarctic Expedition,
following which Cope will enter on a
five-year push into the land of ice to
the south. It la planned to bring the
expedition to a clixam with-ah nljv.
plane dash for the pole. 1
APPEAL TO COOLIDGE
PHILADELPHIA. .Oct. 15. An
Hfpi-al for the return to the com
monplace in America was made here
tonight by Governor Coolidge, Ka
publican candidate for" vice president
in tin opening address of a. tour
which will take him into several
bordor and southern states in the
next week.' ' When by countrymen
turn their attenticn again to the
commonplace," he said. "I shall
know that American institutions 'are
secure. I want to bp the potpel of
X he Republican party continue to "be
the sound, the good, the wholesome
AGENTS ARREST RADICALS
fJITCACO. Oct. 15. Federal
agents today arrested two radicals,
following several weeks' investiga
tion in the Ml uois and Indiana coal
ruln'mr and s'ed districts. Tho
me. according to police, were: Joe
ludis. a Lithuanian, arrested while
'Mst'ibHting radical literature at
Ufirrin, 111., Joe Vavrek. bomb plot
tir j-nd dynamiter, arrested at Gary
fnd. Police said Vuvrek threatened
def-t ii t ion of the wtcel mills a year
ngt Hiiil had similar documentary
phut on rron today.
MARSHALL MAKES ADDRESS
. CHARLESTON. W. Va., Oct. 15.
: T ..j.l.. . -T-1 n r i if
.... . . . . , . , .
itiu ri v(itii-ii.c njtj icuigui. limb u i tn
tin- elorttirate at the November elec
tion were restricted to those of our
citizens who speak, read and write the
tvjp'isn language, uovernor vox would
hn' e a million majority. '
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
.7 1 ni Wi 1 1 1 xvu II k V - Sf&S.
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. ' ' ' ' '
"Tiger Rose," Belascoized Melodrama,
to be Staged at Grand Next Wednesday
Almost as many thrills and perhaps
an even keener interest may be ob
tained from "Tiger Rose, back stage,
as are handed over the footlights by
that vivid, Belascoized melodrama by
Williard Mack. The writer spent the
entire second act, the other night,
back among the mechanics who nm
the modern gods of storm, and watch
ed them hurl the-lightning and thun
derbolts ny jncans of electricity, bif,
drums and cannon balls thrown down
corrugated iron runway, and manipu
late the downpour that lari things
actually wet, behind the scenes, nn
they "Bounded" to the audience oui
front, lea, it was real t water, pour-l
ing in numerous streams from an J
overhead trough, and it drenched.. tha j
actors as they dashed in and out, dur-1
lng the action of the sceue. The wind-
machines were in full play, too, blow
ing in the curtains and making lampo
on the stage fucker realistically. To
sit in the back-st?gt darkness sur
rounded by all these noises, with an
occasional pistol shot almost under
cne's nose, was. in its way, just as
exciting as sitting out front under the
spell of illusion.
It was interesting, too, to chat in
whispers with the various actors as
they came off; with dear old "Daddy"
Lewis who was with Grant at Mont
gomery, Alabama, when the Confeder
acy was born and who played in the
gala performance tendered President
Davis on that epoch making occasion
at Appomattox, and. who. at the let
ter's dictation, penned the immortal
line in the article of capitulation, "Let I
your men keep their horses and wa
gons; they will need them for the
spring plowing;" which gave the
south the start that made it the fruit
and vegetable garden of the world;
with Charley Regal, who, though not
at all Scotch, plays the role of the
dignified Scotch factor so perfectly;
.itv. f :... fn-.;!:. r .1. 1..
1111 mma iiiiuim ir:.-ismj; who sicarcfi .
for a moment gets out of hei charac-t
ter of the Indian squaw, even in her!
intervals orr stage, and who made all
first hand a careful study of the
mannerisms of the Indian women in
the northwest; with Beinaid J. Mc-'
Owen, the tall Canadian, who gives ho J
life-like portrayal of one o fthe Roy
al Northwest Mounted Police, because
he was formerly one of them, himself;
and, of course with the charming
young leading woman. Signora Fran
cesco Cappellano, who doesn't "swear"
n VIA 1. 1 I i .
iii, ouu j mt xwuot; iut'iuu. um
is a delightfully refined highly cdu-- DrnLI.V. Cut. 15. Reports re-l
cated young woman a brido. by thojeeived from Mullingar. County Westi
way, of only a few weeks. math. say that. Magistrates Moore'
. ' . ..... TT" ' nntl H(le- while motoring to potty
National Millers Seeking j'sossions at Castle Pollard today,
. Revision of Ocean Freight ' WPrG caP,urcd Kinn norB. They'
r . a i i-were taken to an unknown destina-l
rvaies on American r lour
(Assctiatti Prist Lend Wirt)
CHICAGO, Oct 15 The Millers
National Federation today chose a
committee of 25 to supervise efforts
to procure revision of present ocean
freight rates on American flour and
appropriated $250,000 to be used in
its work. v '
Members cf the federation in cd
dresses today charged that British
millers make flour from American
wheat which is shipped cheaply,
and thereby procure European trade
which had belonged to the. United
States millers for years. .The high
rate on flour, they tharged,v deprived
American labor of 'work "in ..milling
.American wheat In this country.
Present rates on wheat will result
exportation of 100,000,000 buhelti
of the 1920 crop, it wa said.
Continuation of the present rates
will rob American millers of their
'entire export trade,
- You Wouldn't Catch Freckles Walking
William Russell at
Eagle Theater Today
The ancient and honorable charge
of illicit distilling," according to the
titles was the wherefore of Dabney
Morgan's little vacation In jail at
Heaven's Gate. Ii all ,. happened in
"Tho Valley of Tomorrow" showing
at the Eagle theatre today and at
the Central theatre Sunday and Mon-'l-y
ari Dabney Morgan, y'under-
tTic!. is the hero you see imitated
ty big William Russell.
Eil iiays ,that ther picture wa.s
nrsj;-d at- Lk Tahoe and that as a
u:;itter of fad, back in tlfe old days
o. (before prohibit loft) flflicit dls
tiHing was about the last thing any
one thought necessary up at Truc
kee. Truckee ,i the little town
where you and your baggage alight
when you're bound for the Lake. It
used to consist of but two thorough
fares one street of saloons end one
of cottages. In these present times
of drought, however, even Bill Rus
sell might admit that nioonshining
would be every bit as much at home
among the Sierras as it used to be
among the hills of the Blue Ridge.
JURY SUMMONS WOMAN
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 15. A sub-'
poena to testify October 22 before
the Los Angeles county grand jury :
in its investigation or tho death of,
Jacob Charles Denton, mining nro-1
whoso body was found Sen-i
j'.tember 23 in a crypt In' the base-j
Client of his home here, was served
today upon Mrs. R. C. Peete, former
' . t nnnf T . 1 , T-i . d i . .
i i " Lwiuuii nousr, wno le
'contly returned here from Denver,
Colo., to aid the authorities in their
effort to solve the mystery of his
TRITirtM iP PI rnrv
ST. L,ouiS. Oct. 15. Criticism of
aliened departures from evamelistic
policy on the part of member of the)
clerey. missionaries and. In colleges!
of the denomination was -olced lwl
speakers today at he opening session
of what delegates term a 'resioration
congress held preliminary to the in
ternational convention of the Disci
ples of Christ (Christian church)
which begins here Monday. Rev. P.
H. Welsimero of Canton. Ohio, presided-
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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
If He Had Wings
Says Article . 10 of League
Is No More1 Dangerous Than
Monroe Doctrine Provisions
Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock, Demo
crat, of Nebrtrsicay speaking at a Demo
cratic meeting here tonight, declared
ilhat article 10 of the eaeruc of na
tions cor.venant is no more dangerous
to the tJnited States than the Monroe
Doctrine. The Monroe Doctrine,' he
sa'id, guarantees the territorial integri
ty of 20 nations of the western hemis
phere while article 10 applies tr.c
same principle to 42 nations of the
world. The Monroe Doctrine has not
cost America any lives, he asserted.
Senator Hitchcock gave his inters
pretations of each article of the league
covenant, answered some of Senator
Borah's recent statements and attack
ed , the vecorl;rof 'Senator. Bijanaegee,
Republican candidate" for re-election
from Connecticut. '
APPLY KNIFE TO RATES
GALVESTON. Texas, Oct. 15.
Lnited States shipping board today ap
plied the knife to ocean rates on high
density cetton between gulf ports and
Harve, France. A cut from $1.43 to
$1.00 a hundred pounds for the months
of November, December and January,
wa. sannounced in an order received
here from Chairman Benson of the
Grand Theater, Wednesday
.David Celareo ptwent
Inflly Wildness of
youth, Gentleness of
Love. Sweetness 'of
Set in Gorgeous Belasconian t.
With Its Wonderful Storm Scene.
Prices: 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
The play for tired business man.
Y-U-U AND LADY KIN
Seats on Sale Monday.
Sr. H. S. Faculty
Rejervcd Seats Now
Ball's Druz Store
State Highway Commission
Experiments With Coating
of Asphaltum on Highways
PHOENIX, Oct. 15. The state
highway department is cxporimt nting
with the surfacing of state highways
by using a three-eights inch coaling
of asphaltum, it was stated at ilie de
partment's offices today. The depart
ment is making the experiment en the
Mesa-Superior highway where it was
said numerous rough spots exist. Of
ficials indicated that if the experiment
was a success, the surfacing method
would be adopted where needed. The
portion of the road under treatment
is composed of caliche, from which
fine particles in the composition have
been swept away by storms and usage,
it was said.
SOUTHERN COTTON MEN
MAKE APPEAL FOR AID
TO U. S. RESERVE BOARD
WASHINGTON. Oct. 15. repre
sentatives of southern cotton commis
tion merchants appealed to the federal
reserve board today for suspension of
regulations deuning reriscountable fi
nancial paper in another effort to gain
relief from the credit "stringency"
which cotton interests declare hes
struck the whole industry.
Propositions laid before the board,
however, were declared by Governor
Harding to be'so Intricate and to in
volve such serious ''questions that the
delegation, numbering 30 or more, was
given no definite reply. '
TO COMPLY WITH REQUEST
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 15 Gover
nor Henry J. Allen of Kansas said
here tonight that he would comply
with the request of President Wil
son and forward to Washington in
foi-mation in his possession concern
ing the recent decline' in wheat. He
expects to return to" Kansas within
a few days and said that he would
give the matter his attention then.
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FAVORS ECONOMIC BOYCOTT
I SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 15. Be
I.Tief in tlie economic boycott as an
j effective means of preventing war
'sin the future under the operation of
j-.tlie league of nations was voiced by
! William G.- McAdoc-, former secre
tary of the treasury. In an address
here, tcday. ' "
- Mr. McAdoo was firm in his ODin-
ion that with the league of nations
in operation, under the provisions
of the covenant, war would be im-(
RICE PRICE REDUCED
BEAUMOXT, Texas, Oct. 15. The
price of rough rice was reduced to a
minimum of $5 per barrel of 162
pounds today by the executive com
mittee of the Southern Rice Grow
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i Tennessee Lumberman Talks of His
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Jamestown, Tenn. "I have used
Thedford's Black-Draught for years, ia
fact It is the only liver mcv'.lcine that
does me any good," says i'r. L. A.
Rasan, a well-known In i''-nnn of
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It for headaches, and - if I
get a cold and feel fovciiv ' .
good dose of Black-Di-M.f.L., 't
eets me right.
"Since I have been marriid, 3 1
used it In my family, and never I.jvo
found Its equal for torpid llrer or dis
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children. I can recommend Black
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Every member of the family occa
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Black-Draught can give, In helping to
cleanso the system and relieve or pre
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lazy, torpid liver.
If your liver Is not doing its duty,
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Unless relief i3 obtained, serious sick
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PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE
SELECT PICTURES Present
Clara Kimball Young
And Her Own Company
From the novel of-the same name by Cynthia Stc;kley. Oi:cted
by Robert Vigoala
SILENT AVENGER NO." 13 .
A.n a ooon; COMEDY '
. "LONDON BOBBY"
1 to 11 Coritinous Program - 1 to 11
Admission, Main Floor 15c, Balcony 10c, Reserved 25c. Children i0c
Plus War Tax. No Advance in Price
Morning, October 16, 1920
Music by 10th Cavalry
8 In the big "Hying A"
Super-production of the
"The Valley of
Filmed in nature's won-
I derland at Lake Tahoe.
The kind of a picture you
don't forget in a hurry.
Big in theme big in act
ing big in every detail
Jack Prater, Mgrs.
O 7 A. li'VBN B W 'y
This Afternoon and Tonight
Eagle Sunday and
FIRST SHOWING IN ARIZONA
Admission Adults 36c