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Ifes i if If I JnilrfhtPr NaVr fitWf "Hins of Her Parent" is the new 1 J W 1
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OLADYf BOf llWItlt ' . H Jl,
Valerie Marchmont, woman of the dunce-halls,
feel the bluth of shame when the question is
asked. She knows that her own child is safe
in a convent. Then mother and daughter meet,
and realization follows.
WILLIAM FOX PHKSFATS
In a double role, In his new photoplay
Sins of Her
A moral lesson that every mother should see.
A Musty Suffer Comedy
This picture set the
city of Portland talk
ing. The Portland
Oregonlnn save It a big
write-up. It's a picture
you will like. Society
life Intermingled with
the rough life of the
If yon haiHiem-d to
he one of the unfortu
nate ones who could
not gain adiiilwdon to
the I'aMlmo last night
on account of the big
crowd, come early to
night.. This picture Is
too good to miss.
GHwit Moral LwHon in Fox Film of
Yukon Country Pan time Today.
"Sins of Her Parent" Is the new
William Fox photoplay which wli!
open at the Pastime theater todai
for a run of two days. Gladys Brock
well, who has supported William Far
num in several of his biggest features
is the star of this production. Hiss
Brockwell Is really a double star for
she portrays the parts of both moth
er and daughter.
The story tells how Richard Carv
er (Carl Von Schiller) goes to Alas
ka In search of the mother of his
promised bride, Adrian Courtney
(Gladys Brockwell ) He finds that
Valerie Marchmont, the mother, is a
worthless woman, and he decides not
to tell the girl. But Adrian has come
to Alaska and found out for herself.
In the end, Valerie redeems her
past life by saving her daughter from
isgraee. Phe Is killed In a struggle
with the saloon owner who Is trying
to force his attentions on Adrian and
hes leaves her daughter and . Rlch-
rd sorrowing by her side.
H I ) V.. ' ' ; H
Wults 15c COME EARLY Children 5c
Vivian Martin at the Alta Friday an
ini- A r. t tmaplan Tilt.
lory; me rJra Ol nuiimnue; uwi si'ii.
iniia tlm down south "befo de wan
is the story told In the truly won
derful photoplay coming to the Alta
Friday and Saturday.
This Morosco-Paramount produc
tion, "Her Father's Son," is an un-
usuaJ story of that delightful time
lust before the war clouds gathered.
The irlorv of the Old South has nev
er been pictured with more beauty or
charm, and the quality of dainty Viv
ian Martin's renderlnsr of tne gin.
who was ''Her Father's Son," make
a photoplay not to be missed.
'rank Burke Players
in the 4 act comedy drama
A GOOD SHOW FOR A GOOD CAUSE 4 YEARS ON THE CHAUTAUQUA
COMING FROM NEW YORK, PLAYING ONLY LARGE CITIES.
.A refined how, consist- J
f nQnfl ingr of tongs, dances, stories I
i ti I I ffl W nd mu8lcal number,
, i iJiliiiiiwii lifl?r For benefit New Catholic
G Church. I
at 8 oW OREGOil THEATRE
Exchange Your Tickets at The Delta. Admission 50 and $1.00
Doors Open at 7, show starts at 8 o'clock.
At the Csr.
In one of the "light summer read
ing" magazines, bf the recent neat,
ed term" W. Carey Donderly had a
story that made the publication it ap
peared in sell several thousand cop
ies above the average. It was entit
led "The Price of Silence"' and you
may have read it. At all events the
story will be illustrated In Bluebird
photoplays at the Cosy tonight under
its original title, "The Price of Si
lence." The leading role will be as
sumed by Dorothy Phillips who will
then make her first appearance as a
star of Bluebirds. In her support will
be Jack Mulhall. Jay Belasco, Frank
Whltson, Lon Chancy, Evelyn Selbie
and Vola Smith. The story reveals
a woman's "past" and then goes on
to picture a gripping drama, fraught
with deeD sympathy for the distressed
heroine and ending in that happy
feeling the picture "fan" possessed
when a pretty girl gets out or a tense
situation with credit and the villain
2 ACTS VAUDEVILLE 2
BINGHAM AND GABLE
High Class Musical Act.
MISS COLUS LE PAGE
English Male Impersonator.
250 SEATS AT 25c
Balance of House 50c
"HER FATHER'S SON"
A story of the Old South "befo' de wah.,:
One show only. Come early. Open at
6:30, start 6.45, curtain at 8:30.
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"Cfk Oliver MwoscoPhotopiayGx
Today at Alta Theater.
Claude l'lemlng Has Had liiterefhig
Claude Fleming, who plays Dick
Heldar's friend, Torpenhow, in tne
film adaptation of Kipling's master,
piece, "The Light That Failed," pro
duced as a Pathe Gold Rooster play
and to be presented at the Temple
theater for the last time tonight has
appeared in a number of famous suc
cesses. He was born in New South
Wales, Australia, and made his first
appearance in England with Sir Her
bert Beerbohm Tree, as Taffy m
"Trilby" anil Mr. Crisparkle in the
"Mystery of Edwin Drood. He has
been in many big musical successes
Those with which he has been iden
tified include "The Chocolate Soldier"
"The Merry Countess" and "Pretty
Mrs. Smith." Ia the last named, he
played opposite Frltzie Scheff.
"The Light That Failed" haa neen
produced under the direction of Ed
Ward Jose who produced the famous
"Iron Claw" serial and a number of
other Pathe successes. Robert Ede-
son Is the star, and the supporting
cast includes in addition to Mr. Flem
ing, Jose Collins and Lillian Tucker.
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IE SEI THE PICE
w w w a TODAY ONLY
riee of Silence"
"Paying the Price"
FEATURING a great storm and what
the storm revealed.
FEATURING a great and thrilling au
tomobile accident and the happiness it
it's a BLUE BIRD,
Also one of the Cosy
If It's Good You Will
See it at the Cosy.
"And we shall be so happy that if either's lips were dumb
They wouldn't smile in heaven 'till the other's lips had
Jas. B. Welch, Mgr.
RUDYARD KIPLING'S IMMORTAL MASTERPIECE
With a star cast including ROBERT EDESON, who do-s
the best work of his career in this first Kipling book to
be shown in photoplay.
A LONESOME LUKE COMEDY.
Full of Laughs.
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