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St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, September 10, 1920, Image 10

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THE ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1920
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"Home of the World's Best Pictures"
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Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept. 14th and 15th
EVA NOVAK
and a noUbl cast in tha Comedy
Sensatioa of th jraar
"Up In Mary's Attic"
The story of this fascinating com
edy is sufficient in itself, yep seldom
has a pitcura been produced which
contains every element of appeal so
deftly and cleverly interwoven as in
"Up In Mary's Attic." Its many hu
man touches make it a production
whose sunshine and shudows will not
soon be forgotten.
The dear little baby, with its un
conscious humor will tug at every
heart. Its gripping appeal furnishes
a note of human Interest throughout.
Those in search of a thrill will find
it in the many tense situations such
as the Vampire Nest Cabaret.
Those who look for unudulteratea
humor without too much slapstick
yet with many a hearty, wholesome
laugh, will find a plentiful and varied
collection of uproarious situations.
Those who delight in a decorative
scheme of feminine ciiarm and beauty
will most certainly be rewarded.
In fact, the plcturo has everything
pep, humor, romance, adventure,
thrills and human interest. There is
no monotony; the suspense holds to
the very end. It is a picture with a
purpose, thct spreads sunshine and
good humor without recourse to out
rageous comicalities.
The picture could offer -nothing
but its gripping heart interest or
only its Intriguing -ppeal or Just
its wholesome pep and genuine fun
and score a knock-out.
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Watch Your Husband!
Watch Your Sweetheart!
Or You'll Find Him
"Up In Mary's Attic"
At the Liberty Theatre
Tuesday & Wednesday -
A Good Comedy, Also
. Presented by
ins Arts pictures inc
M.WOARSSON Pre
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NO RAIS5 IN PRICES
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 16th
Tqank. Mayo
w'Tha Bed tane"
"THE RED LANE"
Starring
Frank Hayo
Tin. uiiiiii llkrahln alar that e mw In
"Tim llrui llmikor" ami Uwia,"
in nnollicr hljc Nitrllirm
I'll turn
Tlio Ury of a rlrl hIh had Imxw
raiMMl in n I rrm li rouvrnt ami rtturni
Iioiiii al tlm n ' IH tat find tlmt lirt
father U tli I rutal iiwiht uf a iNinliNr
huIiniu ialnliU't hy lh vIi Ioun rharat
U'Ih of Im.iIi mIiIi'n of th ln, U tll In
"Tim IUI Ijiiix," Tim Klnr In l-'rauk
Mnyii, who In lli riK of an Aiiicrtraa
rUKtimiH off lit r, lii'lpH wilvc Dm Klrl'i
irlilm.
NuiiHliino CoiiimI)'
"MONEY TALKS"
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SUNDAY and MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th 13th
A Benjamin HHampton Production
RIDERS of the DAWN
A photoplay of the novel
"THE DESERT OF WHEAT'"
B"ZANE GREY
Directed by Hugh Ryan Conway
A powerful human drama
of the times pulsating
with heart interest and
realism.
Ill fiL.
A Western Drama, by a writer who
knows the West. A picture you
can't afford to miss!
Bunday Patlio Review. Mutt and Jeff CarlMn.
Monday-Uurton Holmes Travelogue. Hnub follurd CV.mcdy.
FRIDAY .d SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th nd mh
CHARLES
RAY
"GREASED
LIGHTNING"
OnVi all i . . " -i.i--A,iWii 4, v. n i.m .
..uU wiuauoni And Cv PpL-: ii - "'"
Some humdinger, Mirandy! Andth? f.r itS Weight metaI-
wins this here race. By Ilickvl T i Sfy he 11 tie UP with the ""le blonde if he
ing behind like an old cow's taU! 31 dty fellcr that tricd t0 6et her- anS-
Don't yoti hang behind like an oil ' "
see Charles Ray in "Greased Lightning." YU be right "P in front ' the Une t0
KIDK-HI'MlTivv. ....
i. II II Altlll t'KI !, vuii.,.mr
THE HAY SEED"
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