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Paris Morning News Newspaper Archives Oct 2 1921, Page 9

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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - October 2, 1921, Paris, Texas Page Nin the Paris morning news sunday october 2, 1921 i inces a Mother of mine at the grand Quot i at the grand this j 1it i. Tana of the sos Tang of the see a in g Odies. M Ince weaves a won de Ful Story of maternal love resemblance Between Wally and Brown but finds to Hent of so different Brown finds it no difficult matter to capture her Day at the Bank Wally is Given a package containing $10, 000 and told to deliver it Imin Edt lately. He leaves the Bank and does no to return. A frenzied search is made while hallidae and Brown discuss the disappearance of the messenger whom everyone thought so stupid. Quot big Bill Quot Thaine is Alle it its looking for the thief and then one la Triune Hant places James Brown under arrest. Brown undergoes a terrifying third degree and it is Only when Ilal Liday arrives and identifies Brown that Thaine be 1 comes bewildered and admits lie Lias made a mistake. Brown begins a suit against the cite and the District attorney for Quot also arrest and injuries. Thaine is a compelled to pay Brown 25,090-�? oddly enough the amount Thaine i stole from Mary. And then Wall Briggs comes i shuffling into the Hank one a j three months late m a the timid apologies he explain is that $ to knows nothing of Bluit has happened. He has apparently been suffering from aphasia hut he remembers putting $160,010 in the vault downstairs before leaving the Bank. The Money a discovered hut Wally is fired for As Halli Day says irritably you cart have a Lunatic in a Bank. James Brown makes a Fortune on his Book. All is forgiven is he and Mary face a new happinesstog1 Siut. Tion c the Ben Story a Black in 11 de in the Satur the action cent old seadog to Quot Flack Deborah with mutinous o his own son re taken his Hoy a voyage Only to r Mother with his at the grand wednesday Only her in first \ ppm Ranee Jacqueline Bogun is playing Hep first motion picture role in p a be. Wrt Crin i put new est All n plan production. Prior to the contract signed with or. Dwan ill was twinkling and jazzing each night through Zigfield Midnight frolic but claims now that Shell never no never desert the silent drama her work in the lending it Minine role in the Dwal picture reveals her As a Little lady of exceptional Talent As Well As tha unusual Grace and Beauty for which All the Ziegfield girls Are famous. A comedy drama by Carl Clausen had a Good Schooner. A ii Woner used for the ass min a a a ton s it a tries i us it it is under me common 1 l Aio Aioli a w a Sini. I no a i f fori \ ends i i 11 it a i a Nee and my known Quot Liili Quot West a i a a of the most Ridia Bla and a a a the grand monday and tuesday i in missionary one Clor Sicul role a to who plays the Mission,1r> in the Goldwyn picture Quot godless men a directed a Reginald Barker. Or pram is. Now 50, is Well suited for hat kind of a part. He was born and educated in England whore he wus on the stage for Many years. He started in pictures in 1011. He has been a member of the Goldwyn Stock for the last two ? Story of a soft a Fuy turned hard i Amoris dancing girls the famous Belcher dancing girls were secured for a Mother mine Quot and Are making their first appear Ramal before the camera. The Belcher hot Hoof is one of the most renowned darning Institute my in America its pupils being in every instance graduates of other schools of interpretative dancing and High adv a mad in the Terpsi Chorean Art. On the same Bill Pathe weekly and two reel the grand Friday and saturday on the same Bill a a Mack Sennett two reel at the grand thursday Only comedy made in tie Kitchen Adap i custom Tilc Ramou tto a b8l-&ck re Mshel by ssh a as��osi1 /up�vi/�0 and directed 3y i Wii 1 Attu Diosy on the same Bill a two reel educational comedy

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