News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio on October 13, 1928 · 11
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a tions I To Black ne. To --- 0 IN P.,R 1 I I rj , t, 7 lAmoulossime 4 ; IP' ' ' . - . 74 , 4 , , , ,,,s o$, lo, , , , ,, ., , t5cetm how '77g $4),04-90-3evvii a7clo1so4-4144orttee 0 resPe.og:acei.orco : . Round Trip to C icago MAW, Sunday, October 14 Tickets good going and return lilt in Voaches only on rcpt. Jar trains leaving . Mansfield 12:48 a. tn. and leaving Chi-fine 8:00 p. nt, or 11:35 p.m. 1"4111fire 8:00 p. m.. or 11:35 p,1 I i'entráll Time). For Roofing, Spouting, Furnace Re. pairing and FURNACES Call Erie 1237 H. A. DAVIS New Address--Woodville Road East of Woody Ile School Yrajt04. UCE:EIK9 SEE AND HEAR Mai MIEME(UUMWM gWigt SHOWS AT 1-3-5-7-9 ADULTS Se CHU OREN 25e AFTER":00N AND LUNING I The A Jo. lgon's"Singing Fool" Being Held Over For Week At The Madison PlayhouRe Owing to the tremendous demand for the picture, Manager "Thu" Roberts of the Madison theater an- waiter in a far from pretentious New pounced today that Al Jolson in I York cabaret, "Mackie Joe's" to "The Singing Fool" is being hem which. ending the night's revels. over for auother week. The orture,comes a gay crowd, headed by Mar-has been attracting large crowds cus. a theatrical producer ' every day of its showing in Mans-1 The singing waiter, madly infield and many requests had been latuated with Molly. an enter-received asking that the picture bei tainer. begs her to sing the song held over. i he has just dedicated to her. but ,In "The Singing Fool" we first she insolently refuses. Illackie see the famous King of Jazz as a'Joe then insists that Al sing the song himsel ng f. Seei that Marcus -- is impressed. Molly tries to reinstate herself in Al's good graces, Dom HILL sgs - ;lit ii.,,p toi is her ilmd to do, ty,Iys The hseonis is finally sold to Marcus with the ..... .. :understanding that Molly sing it. 001113 HILL SIGNS , NEW FILM CONTI1ACT , Doris Hill. the young actress who 14,1:ied the feminine lead in Syd plin's "The Better Ole" in her irst venture before the camera, and then was signed to a contract by Paramount, has made good and yesterday was given a new contract. Miss Hill has Just completed work as the heroine of Jack Holt's latest picture. "Avalanche," from Zane Grey's story. A native of Rpsewell, New Mexico, Miss Hill has been dancing in public since childhood. During an ap9carance at the Metropolitan theater rif Los Angeles. a casting director of Warner Brothers gave her a screen test and she registered so effectively that she was given a screen chance. FAMOUS DRAMA OF INDIA BECOMES A TALKING FILM 'Drums of Oude," the popular stage bit of a dozen years ago, written by Austin Strong, author of 'Seventh Heaven," has been purchased by Paramount and will be produced in Hollywood as an all-talking film. it was announced today by B. P. Schulberg, head of the company's West Coast production. The play centers about the tribal life of India and the dramatic beating of drums which proved so effective in its stage rendition, will enhance -es gripping appeal aS. a flint A strong cast will be chosen and announced within a few days. Now Both Al and Molly succeed and in time are married. When shc ! deserts him, it is the little cigarette; girl at Blackie Joe's who comforts! the disconsolate Fi nger, urging him; for the sake of his little son to 1 'try again. He does. and is on the crest of popularity when his former wife telephones that their child is ;dangerously 111. The dramatic! !power and heart appeal of the story ! can be imagined only by those wlio know Al Jolson's uncanny ability to 'play with the emotions of an audience. Vitaphone provides a perfect ,medium for the voice of Jolson and he sings songs, new and old., His !speaking voice. too, is amazingly! !effective. Two leading ladies. Betty !Bronson ancr Josephine Dunn, play with understanding contrasting; types. Three-year-old Davey Lee; is adorable as the "little feller," to 'whom the "Singing Fool" devotes his! ;life and songs. Reed Howes makes; an imposing menace to the family; happiness of the hero, and Ed Mar-! tindale is satisfactory as the suave man of the world. ; , Lloyd Bacon has used every', means of making each situation ! yield the last degree of humor and - 'pathos, and great credit is due1 Byron Haskin for his deft use of 1 the camera. "The :Singing Fool" is Al Jolson's most magnificent gesture. - It is a tender and glamorous impersonation. all melody and eagerness. nor is blackface characterization, completely left out. It is the Jol A son the world acclaims as its great- a est entertainerand a new Jolson, B more sincere and more moving ! a, than ever before. ITEMPITCoate4.100440044,14oPtoU'iwai.;E'ailsin , h 0 c-1 ally. r: k .4 I i ' 1 9 N 4, , 44. ';4 144 A "4 CI-varies Farrell Fox Picture For Two Years To Appear Here Mary Catherine Campbell, "Miss America" for two succeeding years as the representative from the Buckeye state, will make personal appearances at the Madison, ' theater Monday evening at the 7 o'clock show and again at 9 o'- clock. Owing to her bookings, she will be able to be in Mansfield for Monday night only. She will appear on the stage in .conjunction with the regular feature picture, Al Jolson in "The Jazz Singer" which has been held over next week and will be the attraction instead of "State Street Sadie" which was scheduled to be shown. Accompanying Miss Campbell, who by the way has many friends in this city, is Miss June Elson Kunkle. Miss Kunkle was leading soprano solist - for a Cleveland musical organization and will sing, several selections on her appearance here. Miss Campbell was a student at Ohio State university and it was in this manner that many local students made her acquaintance. MRS. IVILSON RETURNS -1 THE !krANSFIELD NEWS,- SATURDAY, OCTOTTI? 11, 192A Levriew CA , 1; Charles Farrell is promised in a !totally difierent type of characteri- zation h ill tile title role of "e'll." - the 11.174' Fox film which will be pre- sented at the Ohio theater for tour . days beginning Sunday. In this , production. Farrell is co-featured with Greta Nissen and portrays a InFtri of groat self-will. but it is . ;quite distinct from the cocksure ll confidence of Chico in "Seventh Heaven" or the dreamy aspirations of Gino in "Street Angel." i The self-assurance ef Chieo was the Ingenious and , infections con:eeit of a lowly sewer workman who 'believed that some day he would I reach the heig-lits. The masterfulness of Fazil is the inflexible assur- ance of the man who hos arrlved, i the s9perb arrogance of a prince. For Farrell typifies a sheik of the !Idesert. a leader of hi people whose 1 1 family has "belonged' for centuries. and who is constantly but not annoyingly aware of that fact. 1 The intensity of his personality 1 j is heightened by the immutable tra- ditions of his race in which he is 'steeped. At the same time he has a youthful impetuosity He woos a !i'lFrench girl in a headlong courtship. HAS PM IN glilICA HIM! I CU IL,D I al I I, Hi I 42411 w.,. ., n,,.4 1 "Chang" and "Grass" arP now com-I 'FOX Picture pleting at Paramount's West Coast lb studios after spending more than P. W. Platt year mhking thrilling scenes in the - '46)40 Optometrist , Artificial heart of Africa. 1-4.1ty; , "Miss America Powell's addition rounds out a i-plendid cast for the screenina of A E. W. Mason's novel' of a Brit- ' Eyes ish youth's battle to vanquish cowardice. Richard Arlen heads the group, other principals being Clive' Brook, Fay Wray, Noah Beery and, Theodore Von Ritz. At present Powell is bringinft to the celluloid a characterization of Philo Vance, the celebrated critne solver of S. S. Van Dines "The Canary Murder Case," under the direction of Malcolm St. Clair IN "THE WOLF SONS 15 Lupe Velez has been borrowed from United Artists to play the lead opposite Gary Cooper in Paramounts forthcoming production of ,"The Wolf Song." F Miss Velez is the colorful young actress discovered in Mexico City and raising to fame overnight as leading woman for Douglas Fairbanks in "The Gaucho.' Her work ill that picture placed her in the front rank of newcomers in Hollywood. "The Wolf Song" is expected to be produced on a particularly large scale. It is based upon a novel by Harvey Fergusson. The actress made her first', p - pe a ra n e on a Hal Roach comedy.' After"The Gaucho" she appeaerd with Rod LaRoque in "Stand and Deliver" and has 'since played an Important role in D. W. Griffith's "Love Song." Av,.14 sa.ok-M-r41 aa, a IL, NATIVE INDIANS KILLED ' - PARIS. Oct. 13----(INS)Mrs. Wood-1 LONDON, Oct. Forty-row Wilson, widow of the formee five native Indians, including many American president, who has been' WOMen. were burned to death in one visiting Geneva and Paris, told of the oil fields near Rangoon when friends she wili sail for home next fire broke out while they were Tuesday "in order to vote for Gov- gathering up-oil from leaking pipes. ernor 'said a dispatch from Rangoon today.1 Charles Farrell Portray s, New Type Characterization! Title Role of "Fazil", life is a stranger and arresting com-I bination of boy and .nion As part of his new enaracteriza-, :tion Farrell appears with a mous-, tache--a striking departure for this young star, who has hitherto np-' peared clean-shaven in all his pie-' ;tures. The hirsute adornment is ,gonsidered to lend a new aspect to his face. I In this screen adaptation of 1Pierre Frondate's play, "L'Insoir'misc." he is made the motivating !force for a dramatic struggle be' tween the convictions of East and 'West. lie moves through Venice, , where he captures the first woman who has ever moved his heart:: through Paris. where he takes her on his honeymoon, and through ,Arabia, where the conflict that Inevitably ferments between the pair ' moves to its end. The Fox company has essayed in this picture to put such a union to its logical test and its logical con-elusion, rather than develop it along the lines of the sugary tales of de-' !sett amours which have appeared 'lately. At the same time they have aimed to preserve the romantici values, as might be evident from their inclusion In the cast of :Greta Nissen. She portrays the pleasure-seeking, Parisian girl who enters all unwittingly into a situation fraught with :dynamite. That situation brings out - :with Its picture of a Mohammedan' !-: "--iseraglio, the curious paradox in the William Powell was assigned yea- yiewpoint of Eastern men, who rig-I orously ' terdav by B. P. Schulberg to demand the single standard an; of theft women yet feel fully sanc-1 important role in the Shoedsack- tioned in keeping a harem them- Cooper adventure film "The Pour Pearhers-." which-the two makers of iselves "Chang" and "Grass" arP now com- I ni.ti net at On rch Illrmrtt'a Woet fltift,t . r a fl Avis. iV. Canal I44 I MAE BEAUTY SHOPPE 76 West Fifth St. CANAL 1364 Mae Isaman Nine years of experien s ce a- sures you of complete satisfac- tion. All work guaranteed. . , , LUPE VELE .PEARS I IrCIROMUSCLIES IN S01,14(1011:01N.Ir ICKES? 1111111MIVIi Why RE SICK? ---IIAVE SORE - MUSCLES? ....HAVE NO APPETITE? ....HAVE SWOLLEN JOINTS? 11AVE NEURITIS AND I twit an TITC1711QIVe Ii: no (6tage not Scg000rm SIMILAR DISEASES? Enolo1 1 In other words, why don't you try the RHELIGO treatment for one week and realize the difference between a well and a sick man. Ask at Lane's Medicine Shoppe for full information. New York paid VA a seat the opening night yet get it at our popular prices! 6111 BOBBI HEM PAYS FOR I 1 Because he took funny falls .to Egerton CE,Spin stated that u of the comedian within a few wee 'amuse the kidsand many Igrown-ups too, for thirteen YeRrs 'should be ready to take more la if continued rough stuff is maul Bobby Vernon, well known Para- cd in his screen career. 'mount Christie comedian, is paying' ifor the hard knocks in the hospital, tine sack too many was Vernor Ithis week after a difficult, spinal trouble because it ck as on the rece opeation. , icomedy picture. "The Sock E I Vernon is recovering rapidly at change," that he received the fi !the Cood Samaritan limpital, LOS Which filially sent him to the ho ' Angeles, from his operation which 1 inthl, :I 1 0 1 I; rultimowwRe191 )10 HARD KNOCKS IN FILMS TENDERHOE and REID Unigje 'audevillians f?: Last Times Today Gary Cooper anti Fay Wray in "THE FIRST KISS" LE MANSFIELD'S ONLY VALDE:1111E THEATRE as necessitated not by any (mei Housecleaning time! Somehod.Y .partieular funny fall, but by a re- simewhere. can Ine your used fur., petition of spinal injuries sustained niture. Let The INims find the buy. during hls work in comedy pictures. or. Doctors Sidney R. Dunlap and, . ! ,.-------, Egerton er,spin stated that the i should be comedian within a few vveeks I RCL1EVE ' ready to take more talk U If continued rough stuff is requir- OGH lcd in his screen career. . almost instantly With trouble because it ls on the recent , One sack too many was Vernon's Ma one swallow of soo ai I icomedy picture. "The Sock Ex-, T111,0,x 1 NE change." that he received the fall winch filially sent him to the hos-I 1 pita I. - i VAUDEVILLE -AN EXCELLENT B ILL OF GENUINE --ma CHARLES FARRELL 4114-6RETA NISSEN CONTINUOUS DAILY-1;30 TO 11:30-0O3IE ANY TIME HATTIE ALTHOFF s';!' ! The Musical Comedy Star and liter Company CJ II. Extra Added Attraction Special Moilday Night gill), Miss Mary Katherine Campbell Twice Winner of the Atlantic City Beauty ConicA June Eisen Kunkle Soprano of Cleveland Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra - Two Performances Monday Eve Only ,, 1 1 II COMMENCING TOMORROW FOR FOUR DAYS , Direct from its tong-run triumph at The Gaiety Theatre, N. Y. "When East Meets lizest in a Tempest Alett admired her worshipped het', thrilled to the glory of her 'smile, yet none could boast of favd untll she wilted under the fatefpl gaze or Fazil, Prince of Araby, Other Selected' 'Screen Subjects LARRY JEAN FISHER IN A NOVEL OROANLOGUE JACK SPENCER "JUST ME" BY PUBLIC DEMAND , THE GREATEST PICTURE EVER SHOWN IN MAIiSFIELD &f2 D, Tm:Ei WE lasnagotetallt"1"1011101291rititeRtstmenf-11411ttorteRtsr:WWZork,-; FOLKS! YOU AIN'T HEARD NOTHIN' YET! 1-1 MTH JOSEPHINE DUNN - BETTY BRONSON GREATER THAN "'THE JAZZ SINGER" VITAPHONE PRESENTS , CHAS. IRWIN The Debonair Humorist MöVIET-ONE NEWS of Passion" SUN. MON. TUES. WED. Ica r "Al". Sing PLC It :-1 -,u :frA ' , 9 0 0 0 tq 1 "Sonny Roy' "There's A Rainbow ,'Round My Shoulder" "Golden Gate" "The Spaniard That Blighted My Life" 'Troubles A Bubble" "Sitting On Top of the 1Voritl" "It All Depends On Tou" , 4 0 I -e E l S . , 4. ' '.3- , ;., . , t -' ; New- York paid ' - ' I fear it Art N , t ,. .....- . 4.11w Illbl......41P ;1 0 t V 4 4 , , k'S '''''. 4'''V Aft au moustie,'3V11093" ' . , ..g!: , t , . '''. , : c.,4. , , ,' 4 '''4'itt, ., ' ( N'N-t 111E11 RIC 13AICEIti' '' ,, ' ','11,-,. - . , It I fr , WILL &SAVE t $11 a seat the t5 "Sonny Bov" , '' ' '' '-:1: 1 - ' '. There's A Rainbow , , , - . '',--,.., ' 4- 4' opening night ' ;,--- - $0ME , ' ;,;) I ,, ,, Alound My you get it at Shoulder" ii "Golden Gate" -. ..!-''' ., ti ' II , i A - i 4 4 , our popular 4, In N. e-; . r A t) . ,,, ,,,,.,. ,., , '1,(111) 0 lirerli 9' ' -- - 1- , 4v- , ' "oi Ar.... , prices! a 1,3 "The Spaniard That J Blighted Illy Life" 'Troubles A Bubble" p- - - - - to 1 . 71w IS II Fa Gil It .14., Fe arl ting On Top of the World" - .s ,., I . ,.....,, 1 . l' . , . '",km, - -.,2. . ; ' c i, ,... , ,,,,...m, ,,,,,,......,.....,,,,,, i.,,,,,, ,.,,,,..t,..., ,,.. ,......... S'"14, ' ' "It All Depends I 1.. - , 1 -----15 --..--- 1 r .47,- ', ,, ,-,1z:4's'f?-i ',,,, .1,1:1TA- --,4-40.4.,,, I. , 0.4 On Tou 0 " .0 "1 ----- ' The 7 t oforJe t 1, r ,, ,1: t i'''''. ".'1'.:..1.,0?:.!,t !..;'14,I::;:14. 4 .... MTH JOSEPHINE DUNN BETTY BRONON S 's ' .A l 'V ikansfield 1 41 ' .,, ' ,1'4','.7 ':,,; 0 0 Q 1,- .. : ., " :.;!' '' 'SI , , P " - , 4,'.'''''''''''''',' ' C ''' ' ' t 1 N - , '- , ok cd.1 ( -I Dry Goods 4(64' A.A.,. .!. 1 ; 444. S, . l'. ,, - 4'',-, , ' '..- ,-, -,-.,- , ,1 ?, 1' -',-- -0; , .aw,- , . . , . - - , , ,-, ---'; : ' , ' .4-4 ,!4$0t l'A. ,: , pg ....00:1,004,00.4 eq. . 4, IslAp '.. 't -. " GREATER THAN "THE JAZZ SINGER" ! ..,7 i 'irt, ), 1 Co. . Extra Added AttractIon . iff N ' - , ' ', i I 2sts-w''''''.4,,,,,,,,: ' i''-'',- '; :: LI:- s'''' ':.r''''.'' f.)- ',. .: ' ' 7,,,,14,441,0410.444'.' ' - ,e , : I .0,:. f y . pfts2A , ' 1444,1o,' 44 I k 'I )4P' .t);".--..........t NA ,-:::''' , i ',,,' ,,,,- ..,'.,:,' ;:.,'..:, ;', '--il - Snecial illonday Night Only VITAPHONE PRESENTS , CHAS. IRWIN , 1 1y --------1-- 1 Mies Mary Katherine Campbell I The Debonair Humorist , 1 i' ),4, --------1 -.-- 41 1 t . :1; - 'frcoNo6dAt.400" t,....4...;69,,,4...1.Alkm,;,voli,L,,,,600, 1,, ., 4 Ilk I. LI, ..' Twice Winner of the Atlantic City Beauty Contest ra I 4 f c'-v t AA 111;pontospevi ,. ,, NaRNEg . , MOVIETONE NEWS . ',7 I ' " 1 !Ills 1111 Weill CR 4 2::ti . ' V itrgl?IlDi 2 PICTURE 'June Elson Kunkle , rh v r c cct . 6111, snif. i BROS. 1 Soprano of Cleveland Cincinnati Symphony Orchest , SHOWS AT 1-3-5-7-9 u , -- J'd .... FvS I r et ) ',.-- ' ,t, , ADMISSION-- . ,; . . -,- , ,, . , 1 'el . -.... -......, , It , To Performances Monday Eve Only .-....--.4eyitr 1 ............. '', . T ADULTS Sle C1111 OREN 25e AlTritOON AND LVUNING , ti t ( I N 7..;"., . 1 faltr,11- ' .i , il. . ... r. ---, . , 1 . . . J, ' - - 1 . c . 1 1 , , 1 . T woos' 1 A 1 j 01 o Bitek asl . To Beim i . ...,....k At I , Owing to the for the picture, bras of the r )I0 pounced today , "The Singing over for anothe IN has been attr every day of it field and man: ,.1 R received asking held over. ,In "The Sin see the famous . ' ---- ..,---..71 00111S 11111 .... 1 1 , NEIN ri 1 Doris Hill. th pla yed the let ;i I' . 'trstPlivne.snt,Jrehe , and then was i by Paramount, yesterday was g Miss Hill has as the heroine est picture. "Av Grey's story. ;0. A native of R, Miss Hill has ix since childhood sore at the met 1 Los Angeles. a Warner Brothel i test and she reg I that she was gr , . --, !i FAMOUS BRAN I, ' BECOMES 1 - . Drums of 0 stage hit of a ric i I ten by Austin I I 'Seventh Heave I ' chased by Parai produced in Hc , talking film. it Oily by B. P. S the company's tion. The play cent 1 life of India ar ! beating of drun effective in its 1 1 ' , enhance -es grit i film. A strong and announced rztr.mmir , ,160 , ' r"."";PI(.71. 1 1 ' ' ' I."-' . , . p--:- --- - - ---- ------- THE MANSFIELD NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 192,1 ' Poze It - !I ) . 1 1 0 c' ' c7,' 0 1 ' . MO '' NOW' , D all.y euvnew : no (6t6s- a ucci Scg000lii , . , , tr----t;..att"r...-rs!-Irt:mwt ..Tr-..."8 ; It 7.1 I , l aas necessitated not by any (mei Ilottsecleaning Ur ' particular funny fall, but by a re- 'rtmewhere. Can Ine d'..- I. zarles il ar)-ell P o is i i a ij 008C VERtal PAYS FOR petition of spinal injuries sustained i I HARD KNOCKS IN FILMS Minn his work in coated ' i ss. g p Omit or. . , , e , ' :' 4 1,,, )i,,,, , . . 1 ,..,- :'' .. - r'. '':" --' ran' a DOCtoiS Sidney R. Duman and, Initure. Let The ilm e s,'I''''1-'1 '! '.'''. , ';''''1;'' New type Citaiactei Ization ,tv.,. -4,--.7 --.,,..,,, AtImitwit., ,) 1.:.!'-- ,,,,,,-,.,,,,,. , -0,);,.., ,,,..,..,.,. , ,,, ,. . IN, - ril '?. kti' ' ''"v''1111"eY4'.' ' 3' Il 1 ..1 1 t .1 e Role of '"F a ,,,t, Ili ,A,,.,,,..r-17,17,---fa- --, , ,:: !, ,,,, , ,' Because he took funny falls . to Egerton CE,Spin stated that . the I . 1, ,toububsye the kidsand many li,nrown-up3 too, for thirteen of the comedian within a few weeks' 'should be ready to take more talk -"Ile's. if continued rough stuff is realm- Veen"' well knewn Plle-'ed in his screen career. mount Christie comedian, is paving' hit 'for the hard knocks In the hospital, Otte s3ck too many was Vernon s RCL1E 0 U ( sline.t instanl , . ,:tif , 1,..,"..,;:.4 !IS,,,' ' . ., i.: ci ries art. it is roil ed n a. -i It 'c'''':'X ''', ., . ''!'''' to' talltny difleiri'ente t3'pe 'Of ellit'variteitC--ri,...life is a 8 ., -is ,. a . '''.,,,';' '' :'''''' 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' c is ZR tiOn in th e title role of Fer .. . tranger and arresting "il "'flirtation Of bo y and M O n ,I.1(i i., ?..;.-.',1 ;LI' : : A ' i, .. tlie nnw Fox film which will be pre-. As part of his new enaraeteriza- ' ithis week after a difficult, spinal ,operation. , eout-1 Vernon is reeovering rapidly at ithe Good Samaritan Hospital, Angeles, from hi s operation whieltl intIl. l il, 6 ,,,7,!,,...4.c -0,-lose ..,-,41 , -, sented at the Ohio theater for tour: tion Farrell appears with a mous- 1-.------ - --- ----------- -----etrboa,unble.because it.y.its on the reeie,nt li I leomegticy pliteltattirel.le rTeirem,d otti:Ike fill li 1 Lon Chien ;ninny sent nun to the hos-i Ili :one sw)ann .1A ,-,,,,s,:,,,t''ts;ti :,' days begitining Sunday. In this tachea striking departure for this 11----.:---'--7-:----:-',--- .--'--------:27:------17;--------:-..".17'------ -- '- f ; ' i.ro .0 .71;',:,.,:,, i.4.,,:41 . fl, 1 production. Farrell is co-featured Young star, who has hitherto np-'' im t40. 1''', .with Greta Nissen and portrays a itleared elean-shaven in all his pie-' 11 ,F r;7i,,,e,,,,t,,, , , , 1 InFln of groat self-wiii. but it is,tures. The hirsute adornment is 1 ft ,z. ,tc.,,,, 1 ,.,, ,; I - ',quite distinct from the cocksure,eonsidered to lend a new aspect to I MANSFIELD'S ONLY AAUDEA11,LE THEATRE . . , r...) ,,,,.: ,,,,:..r,1 1,.,,,t. k, I confidence of Chico in "Seventh! his lace, i if .1-, 'llt,...i,.',;.L--.1, 44..!.!,',,. 'k '', Heaven" or the drea of Gino in "Street Angmy l." aspirations! in this sc Pierre Frondale play, "L'Insoreen adaptation of 11 i ,, ) ...t,-.-..t .- ,o , e 1 s tr- i ,,, r"?' I lt.,tS2i'.,7 1). .-p.,. 1,.., it1 Tehei ,s.e,1!7Issurtie cric Ch if leo was ! Misc." (he is made the motivating .,, , '.v,I, , r 'r,, "k ' ,-. . , , , ",, Ci , )k.t14''''' C7 . eeit of a lowly seer orkman ho . ; ,, WN , . . , - CJ -.', :.:' . ... . , f a ,i;-'7 it . .,..,) . . 1 ngu.tous an , n ections con pc , ..4, , ,, t ,, ,w vr w: ri ...,.,,,,,?, ',,,;,:'": .- I, ,' t., '', , I believed thet some day he would! -Jorce or a dramatic struggle be- , tween the convictions of East and West. lie moves through Venice t, , , it i I..r.ic,1,!!,':'''Ai N, ':,.. . ',x lireach the hits. The masterful-,where he captures the first wo- , I F to'--,'',If " )14-- f -: ,lliess of Fazil is the inflexible assur-1man who has eve! moved Iheart: s heal , to I( ,. ' ..A, A 7 ' lance where of the man who hns arrived, thiough Paris. here he takes h 1414 .'"'..14:14 ,,,I.,'':, II . ' f 1 the siiperb arroi:ance of a prince. on his honeymoon, oneyoon, and through . ('ONTINUOUS DAILT---1;30 7 11:.,3 ' 7'1; 4: ' ,--. s..,' 14 ,y,t I For Farrell ti'Pilies a sheik of the ; Arabia, where the conflict that in- ..--,.-.,..,..,,..----- ---------------- ------ 4,,!,.4. !.!.'et.1 ,. .j iii ,.-1 ildesert. a leader of his people whose evitably ferments between the pair. iii - .' . i ,ti 7; 4 ..ii.,t. ' ': .-Yiii,,, 1 1 family has "belonged" for centur-i Moves tO its end. ' ' . "11;'' R. Ltt7,4,4 -,'.: ;'., 4 -, ll Fox company has essayed in 11! .A74-- ili i Z.!' , e ies. and who is constantly but not The t is rii!,!'i 'i .-1 '7' ln anoyingly aware of that fact. 1 this picture to put such a union to 4 . , 4 ,4!',,, - 4iS,!i!,.,1' ,i- 1A s," ,4 ; !. Th he intensity of his personality' its logical test .and ittismeloguilceayi helolaottiiIcevi-1 ,, t ,!,',4 "iei;',X1,, i;,:', ni"' - ,Is heightened by the immutable tra-iclusion. rather than develop it along , I ---!..7:7,t:,kc'"! ' A'; '; ' ,-it----r , iditiors of his race in which he is the lines of the sugary tales of de-' '.',,,,.......,,,t;,."4A, to 4.: '-,-.. ' Hsteepe-d At the same time he has;sert amours which have appeared ,.., ,....,147. ,,,,::,, ..,;2.11t. floq? 4 1:0; 4,:1.;., la youthful impetuosity He woos a lately. At t i le same !,!,, ': :7:44,,,,,c '',,g;'!'1.9!'''it.;';!.,,,,c'4'"q ,'!'Ii'rench girl in a headlong courtship: aimed tv hai 1 ertileeeds '1 itiaocs1 up isrnieoisgiell ri tIl enbe evident t iti the le oraosmt of af r ' ! ., . ' itt"- it, 0"74,,,a4r- !i! '' t ' N-qi "41.,..,;it,'', ' , es , - ,- ' t .4,- i$,,,y", 4A: 0,, 1 Tet Greta Nissen. 1 SJ he portray's the pleasure-seeking, ' Parisian girl who enters all unwit- i ,tingly into a situation fraught with! -a-,w, , Wilk CHAT ''i.. ,'..;17-7,4,-'A4,,,z:tt-r,V-. HAT IN lif A 1 cil Him 1 dv,yitnrittni,tistep. teTtuhraet vuaatrinohbarmiiiit;segaunt 411 ct 6 ,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,,:k.w7,iJ, - iseraglio. the curious paradox in the , d ,ea.. ' 'Viewpoint of Eastern men, who rig-1 ,,1 ,.,ilild-,',44..d),44'''7- William Powell was assigned , nrriu u Mr 1 : 1 oruusly demand the single standard, '''re' 4.;...a k.:, , ,,',:,::.!,.:.,a . 1 1 P Sobt 11 hpro tn n n 1 ... of thelr women yet feel fully sane-111111 Na, " I important role In the Shoedsack-. 41:77171,11.7771.1""."7.7171 , 1 lb., le . .f A: '"wk,' ' ir st a; 4v-1 It .,!,, t - . st e , 1 Lii 110111 t ' 1PIr 14 A s A , , , ' , or .t ,7 371.1 slfrAt ''''' tie. ' I , : , , huh I ' 7, 4c.. ,, N1 4 , , '' it2-1 ," ' 1'49; 3 ;, r ,,,, 1 , - E , ,, , t , , - 0-1 :4 l-,.,,J ,,, : . , , , NS. -'" I ',;N irac- , i , : . , - , , . (-1ov , , "'''a , s' - , , 4 . , .. . ,.. ',,,,, h.10,0;:lgrZSZTrilkOlgrernSf-044044'644;"Pta3,74:e'W ,s4,', ' clock. Owing to her -bookings, she ' - - - - - - - - !!!:s11111;11TAKIriTtpillilli,, ' ,' ' ;it 4 , ',:. le,- 4:,:.....:.,, .,.:,,f,,,- . f ;e:','I'?'' '''': ,::. '''' ',.. '''.'''?...:1;;;1,'.: 7.',::'4:tritOrroleRitrirtt.12,S1Witrptrl 1 ill be able to be in Mansfield 1 E. , ., 6i ,t; ,,,Ajf - A, - , ,,,;..,,.,., ., ., , ;4,,,, , for Monday night only. IN "THE WOLF soNg" , "wlii 'i , - ,, . 1 i s' ,.:''t' . .,t,:4:77,t:,,- - -,1,-v, ,,.: IA . - ., ! , v.., , , 0 ., , .!.,, . ,-,,-1,,,, ..,,,, ,!;-.. ,-,, .,. ,, - t, ,. .:-, ,,,t I---.-, She will appear on the stage in I ., cillitraq.,,1 Hi,,,, ,, ',I, ; -0 -''' 1 1 4 , ' 1 ', , i , 4,, , o I 1 'I '..''''' '. '' 1.13r: 6I'r ' 146;k" : ''. '' - , ar ,..:,1,:: ',conjunction with the regular -lea- I Lupe Velez , has been borrowed I 'ti:::'11:.i.-. 4i I ,.17- :: : 1,' ,.: 1 r 1 t 1 4 ' ' l: ' - r,;. ''..s. 11 : ,',-;-wEl ' -ow's", ,' - -:: , '' '" Wye picture Al Jolson in The fr "ss LS' 'Cll'' 'F-1-' OM USCLES ' ' : I to-VrKon ' I ' i-.21 United Artist to la .11. -,,,,,,s,. play the Icad , i'a ,.... 1 - ' & sof't t';';" .' -4 -,,f , jJ ".4 - , c::,...,,,; , Ct,--,:1 , nex 10.a.UCtio- of Im.ettittlittntlit6.0.1 I 114 airiZZ oingter k and ill be the nab Oeell IICICI l'Uppuoiuv Jai" l' . ' w 1111 1 moitt..!; tl 1. r 1 eeattraction instead of "State Streetl ' " i) 'Taunt's fortricor,n g p Miss Velez is The Wolf So u or the colorful 1 I. 1 ou 1 1.7 , , , , Nok , , k trit i intr- "Tin, , t'AIK''" - - lull p 1 batne wnion was scoectuica to oe 111111 144141, if; I !actress discovered in Mexico City I WV II I ,t 1 ,...,----4744- ',",, ,1,17- -- i4.1. !4 .'''':'-'',1 tl. r'S trs sh . -I;,.:. .11 own , !and raising to fame overnight as w r wiry - ro......,-da........11- 4it k - 1 ) 4.,,,,, 7, - I's --, ,,-1-, , ;, '4, to,' ,- , r,' : Accompanying' Miss Campbell,!leading IA'0111R11 for Douglas Fair- , 4 ;"' ' t i44,.,0,4 - ' ! ' 0 . who by the way has many friends,hanks in "The Gaucho." Her work -RE SICK? ..., , 4, .;'1' ' s city, is Miss June Elson tin that picture placed her in AN EXCELLENT B ILL OF GENUINE the , - Kunklthie. Miss Kunkle was leading -; At.1....., !! - 10, ,..of ! : !front r.rnk of newcome.rs in Holly- - -HAVE SORE4 ! . mood. The Wolf Song is expected MUSCLES. 4, ,,i A. - '.!' 1 Eoprano solist for a Cleveland lto be produced on a particularly ;:- t--- . . ,' ': ... , 1,1 ' .), ' -. f4 . musical organization and will singilarge scale. It is based upon a nov- -HAVE NO APPETITE? A, , several selections Con m her-ll a -HAVE SWOLLEN VeMikt.JDALIVILLE lel by Harvey Fergusson. , : eV-- ' , i , ; t tY ji , ance hre. Miss apbe APvPaesara- The actress made her first an- JOINTS? , .4, ,., . :,'i , I , 0 ' ' ' IS ',. studene t at Ohio State university pearanee on a lial Roach comedy. . ' I , .-, ,, ' After"The Gaucho" she appeaerd . , and it was in this manner that 'with Rod LaRoque in "Stand and -HAVE NEURITIS AND ! till . .1. , . . r -kk,, ,, i , JACK tt , ') ',' many local students made her ae- !Deliver" and has 'since played an i'1,1,,,.. - 71 i'l quaintance. SIMILAR DISEASES? I TENDERHOE ' HATTIE 11 , ,,, 01V,ILSON RETURNS - ,,z '. 0 it ,e 0 ,, o , . , , , 1 , , Important role in D. W. Griffith's -in ' ' - ' : ' ye. t AL -4 I "Love Song." HwEl.1"- and ' ,I AT , II, SPENCER .. i , '11 , o 4 i I 1 NATIVE INDIANS KILLED GO treatment for one ! REID rIr The Musical lir 'At'''' ' '': ,' A '' PAIIRIRISS. , , week and realize the r Comedy Star "JUST BIE" - , ma Lvrono,d, -,. t ilt,,e0nNaDtiOveN1 Get. 13--UNS)- Forty- Uniqt.ie Vaudevillians I! and Her Company ! il difference between a ' .4 ,; i) j . :', ''' ' .15f. ,,, I rAonwlerlsOn,ctw.lieldol'vtDo4Sf.itibMe ndians, including many ' -1( . l; ' well and a sick man. -',.....1 e burned to death in one :a ii,.., . . ' . .. ) visiting Geneva and Paris, told Medicine i , of the oil fields near Rangoon when Ask at Lane's ! 't At 41;4 4 ; ! -i 1711a44h.LL J IF- ' 4 friends she will sail for home next fire broke out while they were Shoppe for full infor- Last Times Today Gary Cooper and Fay Wray in "THE FIRST KISS" .,, t.L.1.4,, , ,-,:, ,,,,,I 'Tuesday "in order to vote for Gov- gathering up-oll from leaking pipes.' ma ion. ., A , 2t- t ernor Sthith." isaid a dispatch from Rangoon today -,--. si - , -- , -- t, '''!",st-ro$1-0!.- 4'. ' -, -,''' '' ,- -",',' :'''s4g zig.,LicattAtte.so4feAsildialAtet.:utta v,:s.A s u s' i------7------v-------- -- --- --- -- -- , t5cettilecni.no $144 foorstevil aldolso4.-4144orna,Ores.Prog:aceiorco,i ' ' ''"' ,' '' ' ' '"''' ' " ' ' ' ' IIMIIIIIEMILIMEIEW 4111E031112111M11111110111111111111111111111 . 1 . Round , I , ,, , . . 0' I . ,q, , Is 'a E D , - . ROY SPETKA I , .;, ,. , '''tful . , . , , , , , .;, , - . , t- 4 1 , I V 1E 9 9 9 , . S5.50 Painter Decorator n 0 0 0 . nd Trip - Canal 2295 4:. - ' to BY, , 1, PUBLIC DEmAND , , Chicago ,, or Rool li tng,Spont- , 1 .., ,, ing, Fur.nace Re. , ' . ,frf-'71.: ' ' . THE GREATEST PICTURE EVER SHOWN : IN MANSFIELD , , Sunday, October 14 palrtng and ., , . . 'Tickets good going and refurn ' ' ".. iq ;,:.,':: ing in Voaches only on mu. FURNACES . ,-,-,,,y,..i, ., II , tar trains leaving . Mansfield tia - - SUN.' - ,...., -, ' 11 12:48 a. m. and karmic um- "- - go 8:00 p. 1 m.. or 11:35 pm, Call Erie 1237 SEE , pit rt i'entral Time). MON. PENNSYLVANIA H. A. DAVIS AND 1 DATT1AAT1 New Address--Woodville Road - CV IV' A rt Net 41 S. TUEW , , sktkO M. VIP Vol I r )1 East, ot Woodvile School - 11 "MOEN,. ,1111010, ... ..--- , iJk.4 ioo litOttegetidlitt.1111101Welgilitir eterRAWitterteR' lag ' MS100 ,. 4 -Ji 'T et FOLKS. YOU AIN HEARD NOTHI, 4 .41; 1:41 , I oePto wAtio,. - ' 4 ,, OO ,,

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