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j, & c ::ci lawt yery th .tossawd ts.s-; , tz as tatrtC' LXisd bridge -and ia- : - -1 sjsaaal ut. r ; 1 dl edfUMM St sosfht (or J a employe ot Fnirsort J stattoa. To eoBtlau- t work os th MlwiMippt w o flT carries sa apsroprl i rf 9MTM00. No provtakm i to th WU u to wlut por i U this asm U for work on th -3T ' emr nrEMrtoiamjrr. ' r 5U0, Dec M. (United Prew) Um tnHav area ta take ateoa alloTfat th saemployment alt- Job, following paaaag or a : ..Mlstkm pasted by the body of " Jena en empowering Mayor .bompeos to appoint s commli . XM of Art aldermen and 16 clti i ms to itady tho situation, look i:g towsrd relief. ' It la estimated there are between nrasaloymant her, half ot these I Kstnm ntlral ant f urk and the ! Cohere working part t'.me. ' ... . 4- r.IUlioiu Now. Livms - -Will Never Die t . . ; , ' '." Best Kfwt hi the World Today " ' The fane Deaih Scon ' to B Braioul . Startling and yet true if the bible ttrue, and if you would like to KYV I ",',c?ut "7.". CS. " m'l JZZi-,,l il.Ylt .1 : MOIB, you rvuru.., .in....- " attend the free lecture on above sub ject by Daniel Toole Sunday at s:ov o'clock at the Chamber .rf Com ' Berce, State bank building. No tollecuoa. Auspices I. B. S. A. Udv.) mtar&Kf, January 1 f JTew TesrV-Mstiaee Mfht S t&X kJOS COMINOV FMINSTRELS, of Qtmteau Jfvmnjuvi y yr MMwOMmAinaii IJMISMKOJKZ; 0SX( WIZARDS mm ut or at auoratw- 9 " LASSES WlintJbvyBaunu- I aoto am ono oaatasm : Prieeat Matinee, SOc, 750, $1; S Sight, Me, 7ic, tlJM, 1160, : , Plus Tat Seats Sow Oa Sale. R. L2M I "SB ;::HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHii!iiiii;'' in IColonial 3 -.(; J .. Genuine Tine Oman , TODAT OSLI LOUISE LOVELY IN 'The? Little Grey Mouie" The Gamps, Fsrsmosnt Mags. ' sine and Ford Weekly. T0M0RP.0W SATURDAY HARRY CAREY ' IN "Scndown Slim" r. A story of the cow eoantry with hard riding, straight shooting, man to man fighting and dare-devil feats of borse- sE- manshlp. Added Feature Comedy' JOE MARTIX-S LATEST MMkeysaines I M Hawk IMe lias Twelfth Aoaa i TONIGHT . ALMA WHERE DO YOU I.IP as n ' and The Kdaigat , So. 13 Tomorrow . . (Prise Night) , ; BL1SCIC SWEET -IN "Vjr4LEJl dm. s-i V r ! i If V ) J i - I Earl WUIiama aari UtU Dicky Hedrkb. Little Dicky' Hedrtck can ,hare our yote erery day in tin week for being the handsomest motion piet- nr sctor in -th basiness. Wallace Reid. Eneene O'Briea. Georse Walsh and even Charley Kay will hare to las second place when Dicky is about. Muter Hedrick is s new re cruit on the screen. He has a part In Earl Williams' current release, Diamonds Adrift." Little Dicky and Mr.- Williams hare become great pals and spend. much of the time between scenes playing together. Often when not Dlavlnc either in real life or for the camera. Dicky may be found sound asleon on Mr. Williams" shoulder or on Chester Bennett's, i, i. f h.dlrecl who is the director ot Mr. Williams' company.;;;.;::-' v .,-. 7;-.;;-, It has been a long time since any sllversheet has reflected the pretty face and form of Jewel Carmen, but the news has it that she has return-1 ed to the screen. One reason for her long absence is a law suit which was being fought' because she broke a contract and made a picture for a film which she was not sup posed to hare the right to do. ' Perhaps you remember her in "The Halt-Breed," with Douglas Fairbanks, or in "Tale of Two Cities" and "Lea Miserables." She also played in ."The Bride of Pear" "The Confession " "You Can't Get Away With It" - and "When a Man Sees Red." - Miss Carmen is a southern beauty, although she has dark blue eyes and light hair instead of the prorerblal dark hair and eyes. She was born in Danville, Ky., and she say her earliest ambition, waa to be an actress, but was educated in Oregon. She got . her first the atrical engagement in a strange way.- She was standing in a drug store When the wife of - a well known theatrical manager attract ed by her beauty, asked her hus band to take ber on and try to use her. . She started with a small part I I MAJESTIf TODAY FRIDAY WIIXIAM RUSSELL S "THE IRON RIDER" as By' Frank Packard S " ' With It ' BrBTOS HOIXES TRAVEL STARTING SUNDAY . Dorothy Dakon .... - - - JJi A SOKAHTIC ADVETtTRESS will AFJEKICAN THEATRE EE TODAY aad TOMORROW I LAHOMA r A drama of, early days ia S ;, Oklahoma. r Charlie Caaplia la Wrk" . SATURDAY . HOOT CLUSOS la TaTw Fisted Lerer". aad it lone boMrw ste to Uat o( nw tddataer v Bn Moatsaa. tkaat t,' t moek, WW ett ot tko Ball saa la tao rotaro win kaowa Jack KSiral Kank Wait, vndrad lfuraa.' aiatar of the Borosotad Ha Hana, aad herself a cinema actreia, waa rriod the other day to Tgsacio Josja. FSTr eitar, a aunber of oae of. the old- : Spanish tamUiea ta. , aoataora Califorala. Tkey Besy tt. . Tha ruBor that Dorla Hay asd Walkwo MaeDooald hare bean secretly married has Broken , oat seals, hot 1 denied by th psrties. 4 WessstW la It .Ig""""""""!""" Wmtawmr. who for' ser-' ' J ' ' ' . Wnttni Winifred Westorer, who for ser-! -eral months devoted her time to showing the Scaadmatteng how a , motion picture actress behSTes b-. for the camera, has transplanted E he? dim mshnen to th Selznlck.S studio, where she will' play op-..s poeite Conway Tearle ia "The Fighter." ' '-.j J; ; i William Shakespeare Hartjs the author of the next story, ia which j Bill Han wiu appear. Cos way Tearl Writes Oa. ? Conway Tearle has written a scenario. He Is the author of the picture in which he is Working at the Selznick studio. - Hobart Hen Icy Is directing. " ' ; . ' : Another Screen Beast -Jane Atherton, a niece of the Justly famous Gertrude, puke her screen debut in her" sunt's most recent contribution to the rilrer sheet. "Noblesse Oblige." Incident ally, this is the first story Gertrude Athervon has written directly for the screen. - .;-, Cranes Celebrate Golden Wedding. William H. Crane, the-.veteran actor, and Mrs. Crane, who are now m mWMMX v te A COLOSSAL PICTURE OF m wWl 3jK EVERY DAY PEOPLE FULL OF If VJi :-mm ANDTBIG MOMENTS. sr a star i m sr.. unmw, j -ws - r 'kui - C l ' ttktB( their JhaaM uiwtaalia danor party at tao OltraTaw Mr. Flcktor4!atoa.l tecM.ata..iJ .boTl recUy.- Tkla (w.il.. owa mpaay wUi act ofKilo . f f at teaat one oreat taat belJ Urelgj, Kntll ci Ant of f yea atarfJBsr aaw-ttoaji walkloar nilr belief that ft aan1aeoI . . ..-ji tektfDt-'.ni .Mn.iitihar Mt holibieo, but Btofaialoiial Dcoala '.areat of thai laatiac vancqr. - , . t : Jih Heal Ifciat -Speaking of Charles Chaplin asd conjracta. in th good old days whea a million meant nothing la his young life, ha was pleased to work for s paltry thousand s week or so. At the time that bis Aral thonstad a week was proffered, to him be stack oat tor a thousand and twenty-Aye dollars. "Why?" &ki the motion ntcture snancier. "we wont quibble orer such a small amosaV but wnst ainerence . os earth does IJ5 make to you?" i "Oh," aaid Chaplin. "I need that to lire on." - . Jack rtckford lay Dlrtet far : . . 5oiIaa. . Jack Pickford. with his mother, returned to the coast last week Dancing TONIGHT, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Don t miss the big New Year's dances New Year s eve dancing until 3 a. m. New Year's day dancing afternoon anrj evening. . Come to the big place. Make up your own party Wrixon and His Orchestra ' ' s - .- S :itlf lit Illtlllllllllllllllf IIltlIlf aUIIIIillllltllltlllttlllf Ulltlllltltllllllllllllllltnilllllllllllllllf lltlltlllllllllltllllltllllltt Speincer Sqpar Added AIHEEWS d " rrrrri igvi'tVl ; ... . . v., .. ... h.' lr fernta director aad. holding tha BMnttHone oa a Ne&aa picture, i -aeraaoa Penrod, wiui wwiey daaoo'iince not to mtay yean hgo, Ur. Pickford says, amoun rwy-ers-Lasky almost bought "Pearod" for him, but the plan was dropped because he' was eoBsidered a bit too grown-up for It, . .- r EsWUe1 Taylor; who : baa been ery much In tie Ifmettght recently k... .auB 'tM fvrna 111 DfSCAUfW -: W SICS a.0w ,wf i "While New. York Sleeps."-a 1st rw k.i nf rtnrn to r New York from a tew weeks' yaca- tiba'," sad is at present preparing hmr MHiroh for her third Fox Picture, whtch to slated to start in . a few day. The title ot her new 1 " 111 . 1 -r 1 " . , . , . . . . . .. ' .- 11 Tonight, Attraction - CF -Coliseum r.. -j... nrirbiiid th .. .oi rairrop tho tA of a thl dials. It has prows very- eoareata and - oras- otcutut w.i.. - - .of. our youn asa asksows are sure to shin as star ere long. i jOU Bits. parry iorey;'.ormf Vitsgnph star, is to appear in a. Ralph lace producUoa.' VKathlyn WilUama is coming on from California to take a role in the same' picture. ' -v' - Antonio ?. Moreno sad Lionel n&rrrmora-; started . their fllm ca- reers on the 'same day at; the Gio- graph studio under a director by ' th . name of Dst Griffith. 1 Both were considered prom.sing young men. . t - 1 " . -. : V'. ' J - Tomorrow s d Saturday FULL MOMENTS. y- SST . . V- MUHAlt i g- H-'S 5 S . A ' KB BMflS ' 'T" - - s VTuaaaaaaaaaaa XEW lEisTS BllL-XOrr P11IK0 k ' LEWIS & NORTON "Toariag f5om ,Cct to Cost." By Jack .La!t , 3 S ; ViLLE BROS. THOS. POTTER DUNNE ADAMS & BARNETT MAKER & REDFORD , M'KOWAN & BRADY - LATEST KINOGRAMS ;S was s g 5 ,. tws Show" 5ew Teert Kt-S:1 - Dar--4:i - ismiaw narj ta s '. w ADDuvm r irriFTif.i.p rii.i. srniv Ann . i fUQUd AUU1 RICHARD WALTON Presents Cartam, 8:li Sr One Seated Darisg si the ProUsme : E Trices First Floor, $S , . (2SA. Balcony, : fSUO, tS, UsUery 5 IWjW, (piss Ui.) !ale opens, Dec 51. VAIL ORDERS SOW. FRIDAY, DEC 30 ant 31 HHFM2E& offers AMERICA'S GRFATEST COMEDY CMYK BWCKWfll! mm UN PERSON) Prices 56c t gi, plus tax. Seats Selling Tuesday. Special stteatloB ghea to Mow Year's Ere Parties Sstarday and Sunday, January . land 2 jEj , New Year's Matinee, 2:30 JIMMIE HODGC8 SB Offers SB The all new 1920 edition of B the sparkling musical farce, li All Aboard fop Cuba ft With Don Lanning ,: -A tropical revue with a tropical Peach chorus. Matinee 50c, 76c, $1.00. Few $1.60. ' Night-Mc, 75e, $14)0, $1Ja Tew $2.00. - Seat Sal Thursday. i inniimillllUIIHiHIIIIUHIMUtflIIHIIIIIIIHIIIim S " - !rTTla1H 1 m IffESl l!iitiUliinil!IIIII!lIi!!lll!iiil!!!!!l I B SOMAN'S RIALTO S 24 Math Street S '-' - TODAY -". S CERALbrXE FARRAR S In b "The World and Its Women" S .: Ala a farce eemrdy . . S' rf.;.;: Fstheiews S, ' - V FRIDAY 5 v GLADYS BBOt KWE1L ROSE OP SOME" : , a Snoh Pollard Comedy H'.'-.'' -SEW YBAR'St-". -V-S "aW-ES JUT la ss Miaates From Broadway" I I ( 14 A. . MOUIwe 4 . y , aad lOtlS. Lasting CnUl 1K1 S :30 and 1bo M. 87 foi for Seats Going Fast s I AM 1 MONDAY NIGHT .. CAPITOL A a Institution DATENPORT I'TRWPET "Went over" wth J S bang. The vast aud- iences were spen- bound. Many fine pictures have been shown in I KSverl! :' pet Island will ffive -jS you more thrills and ,:S solid enjoyment than any you have had for :i5 years. E At the Capitol until s Saturday night. II ; First show 1 S o'clock. H De luxe perform S ances- 2:30, 4:40, S 7:15, 9:15 p. m. 5 BY THE is That WAY!! is New Yearns Eve 'Doings' ! is sroinir to be a "Humdinger." I Try to Get In S It starts off at 10:3( S and travels fast until! H 12 o'clock. i i Masqueader,, if llSLAi' lil.illililillllilliiiliniliilllil.llMlllll- . if IHl IU AttnUh ferfrt TfuiHlUa 2532 1 !f:b Arenac. T-TOMUIiT KUS LOVE" and Christie comedr, "A Home , Made Hero" Tomorrow Paramount Special "IEETH OP TIGEE? :! and ' ' "Teflod Mystery Ko. IWnflllMiflf,'lllift4caaBaa....-..'.i I , - ' I SnmuT