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CLIARWATER 1EPUBI1CAH, 0BO7H0, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JAJTOARY 27, 1922
/ \<2aÙiâ y M ad a r ia g a He will endure through the ages as a great character, this cattie baron of the Argentine whom they called the Centaur because of the way he sat his horse. A vigorous personality and, if you will, pred atory and tyrannical over the thousands who worked his lands. But colorful: full-blooded and lusty and blunt-spoken. You will remember Madariaga vividly: because of these things, and because he first takes the center of the stage in the most astounding drama the motion picture has achieved At S p V 13 L> Ilk m 0 % B ■t mm m if KÜ Will MriH I m Mi W mi i miiim Iv^vl m % Imiiimii ifji The v Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse H-i Mi-.; % 13 from the novel by Vicente Blasco Ibanez adapted by June Mathis A REX INGRAM PRODUCTION It is no pale pastel of life , no timid The story is as vital and miniature. instinctively courageous as Madariaga himself. It has sweep and power and color. Ibanez , ever a writer of bold certainty , painted this , his biggest canvas , with an inspired surety transcendental even to himself. * .( \ \N M\ Rex Theatre Friday, Saturday, February 3, 4 ADMISSION 55c Including War Tax. P ICTURES CORPORATION METRO MAKERS AND DISTRIBUTORS \ '