The Oklahoma Advance (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, July 28, 1922 Page: 2 of 13
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THE OKLAHOMA ADVANCE
July 28, 1922
(Jo to the Folly and Spend What You Safe
“The Blue Fox”
Tues. and Wed.
Wm. Christy Cabanne’s
Viola Dana in
“Seeing Is Believing”
Aesop’s Fables Topics
Friday and Saturday
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD’S
“The Golden Snare”
‘The Blue Fox” Pollard Comedy
The Family Theatre
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
SUN. & MON.
His Drama. Today
’’ • f
With a notable bast
, featuring j
BETTY ROSS CLARK
CLAIRE Mr DOWELL
<3 ‘ |
One Week Starting
Wallace Reid in the
kind of picture you've
always wanted to see
him in—a dashing, care
free adventurer, sweep-
ing all before him, and
yet bowing down be-
neath the spell of the
woman of his heart.
. CAST INCLUDES
LILA BEE and WALTER LONG
News Reel and Third Episode
Bible Picture—“NOAH AND THE ARK”
HYROOP’S BATTLE CREEK BATH&
Watch for our ad next week
BETTY COMPSON HAS THREE
PARTS IN ONE AT RIALTO
Betty Compson leads a dual life
in her latest Paramount picture,
“The Green Temptation,” which
will be the feature at the Rialto
theater Sunday through Tuesday.
As Genelle, she is an Apache dancer
and gem thief in the underworld of
Paris, and as Coralyn, a dancer of
the Parisian high class theaters.
Later, she enters the war as a Red
Cross nurse, assuming the name of
John Parker, and during the con-
flict comes her regeneration. Thus
she plays, as it were, three differ-
ent characterizations which afford
her wonderful • opportunities of
dramatic portrayal. To sustain
these roles competently was no
small task, but the star accom-
plished it with skill. Mahlon Ham-
ilton heads a strong supporting
Manager Kirkland reports that
business is good at the Rialto since
ihe new policy of featuring Para-
mount pictures has been adopted.
((hat’s In a Name I
We nick-named the boy "Chick-
en.” When he went with his mother
to kill a chicken he said: "Mother,
will they do me that way some
time?; They call me ‘chicken’.”—
C. R. D., E. Twenty-sixth.
For Our Next
Vote for George Lorig, Republic-
an Candidate for State Labor Com-
missioner.— (Pol. Adv.)
Joe Deupree has been a satis-
factory Justice of the Peace for the
past four years, always conserva-
tive and unbiased in his judgment.
He is a lawyer, owns bis home
and has children in school.
Not a word of criticism can be
said of hirj either as a man or an
official and a man of his capability
and integrity should be retained in
Submitted by a friend who has
known him for years—Adv.
ALL THE WAY
The New Highway toward
Norman is open and
is open to the Dancing Public
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
and Sunday nights.
“Needham” Car goes direct
to Elmwood Park.
Special Prices Now
Walnut 10SC 132& W. ]
A Red-Blooded Western
WED. and THURS.
Aug. 2 and 3
A Picture of
Sunday Thru Wednesday
939-941 West 13th Street Phone Maple 0260
If you are sick and others fail—See US
A Thrilling, Funny Adults
Tale of the Old- Tim,
Time West 20c
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Johnson, Edward H. The Oklahoma Advance (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, July 28, 1922, newspaper, July 28, 1922; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937288/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.