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THE THIRD DEGREE By R.A.J. Walling Author of "The Fatal Glove," [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

THE THIRD DEGREE By R. A. J. Walling Author of "The Fatal Glove," &c. WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR John Belliver, an articled clerk in a lawyer's office, is in love with Phyllis Lan- son, his employer's niece. Lanson, who has always treated Belliver like a son,   suddenly changes his attitude and forbids his friendship with Phyllis. Belliver, bewildered by this change of front, be- comes suspicious of Lanson's friend Biard,   a rich elderly merchant. Soon after- wards Lanson is found dead in Baird's billiard room. Belliver is arrested, but escapes, wanted on a charge of wilful mur- der. Lanson's old clerk then discovers that instead of leaving his niece a fortune, Lanson has left her penniless. Phyllis consults Fewings, a journalist friend of Belliver's. They find records of long- standing payments in thousands of pounds to a mysterious "S. B.." Fewings finds Samuel Belliver, a schoolmaster, and at Lakeford and discovers that he is hiding  ...

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VIEWS AND COMMENTS HELPING LAME DOGS WINTER SCHEME SUGGESTED To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

VIEWS AND COMMENTS HELPING LAME DOGS WINTER SCHEME SUGGESTED To the Editor I am, ALFRED J. ROBERTS. Sir-With the advent of winter, we shall w[?]ss distressing sights, unless the [?] is promptly dealt with. The most pressing necessities —food, ..stijnr. fuel—are here in abundance: ?c-f. rsuit de-vise means to deal ade v^et^y with toe task of providing for ?ul Tie needy. Two courses are open—legislation, so tin: all m a. position to do so shall ccctribate. The objection to this is. w?* *re ?-i sick of being forced :o pay cp. Co3ecaon is resented and costly, sat tie recipient acct-pt the enforced jufts a & resentful spirit. The other istihod. which I offer with diffidence. fcaowia? it is woefully inadequate, is ;his:— lei Hie Lord Mayor convene a meerinc of <3'.seux, .select, 10 men of Eioied organising capability and busi tjoss nmmen, get the very best secre tary Rvaaable; make no appeal through tbe papers, and publish no list of sub scrrptisas, bat send personal le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

AMUSEMENTS Mj THEATRE I _ _ royal PMIUCNPIIIP UUMmt?uinU I __ OITIIDIIIV lirVT ASATURUAY HbXl, MUCH 7. FUm- twer Co?servatonnm Onen Class R F m conjunction _ ONLY I A BriOiant Cast of I go Artists 1 - headed by Beryl Kekwick. Alison SS^^SS*??^- A^ Hul^of' iK mbe l^s Moroni'Und?y SS^^to-HSSpe? HaroM Burrows. Harold NPorier, Dr. Welsh. Orcnestra of 30 HABOLdTd^TON. Mnskal Director. AH. WINSLOE BALL. PRICES—R-S. and nr ?;/ ?!?? ??t MROnRCBIIIBIIt EXITS" ordinary . J. C Wanamson, limited, mm the puasDHE of AyNorrNciNG 7T? THK^ "Wnr*"- PRESENT A CCA CAM ftC . ASEASOWOF , Gilbert and Sullivan Operas r 1 S^T- ? THEATRE ROYAL PWIiICBfMBC MOTHIDIuIIID OHIUIIUAIf -.._?_ .., MARCH 14th. with , "THE GONDOLIER?" lIIL UUnilULlLuw I^anee BERT LEHNON. HltflYnnNl £. If 1| If EMMY "--"""'"? PMME *fflE WKT TV-ncmp K^MAVNABn in bis Latest and IHF PHYIIIC IPITRU ?LTHtiiurrAL jvt> ballroom DANci.Nc. " cauwT? ballet class—Saturdi^ it MASONIC CHAMBERS, voRrH-TERRACE. JS*? t "T-""-'i;???*??. Mafc- m^L Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

*_f course iK>#yjM \\w^ own Country IRON BEDSTEADS, 39/6 for Ijj Each. fi?1 "?I??^ 12 only. Black Iron Combination Bed steads, complete with coppered diamond wire mattress, roller castors, strong bead and loot rails. 2 ft. 6 In. wide. CHARLES MOOSE & CO, Victoria-square. Tfl T CTI YOU KNOW WHAT WONDERFUL ..an,? Ba?O&Ets twa ABB OFFERING FOB THE uwEy floral kimonos 12/s weA^d spedaL 6/n. Floral Kimonos. In attractive colorings, on Btae. Btacfc. VHmr Base, and Bed grounds. xzimmtA ?ttH contrasting bands. nrnnnwHi ,„„,.. ?*??.?? CHILIHCEN^ LINEN COATS. 7/C Week-end Special, 5/11. SS^irt^cW^lSaoS " ?^ ay. bos.-, .nd tricot. LAWU :*UKIb I'LL! HATb. H/SWe?k-?!id Special, 8/11. g"^1" WlTnnll cnv mn J NATURAL SILK FUJI. SgSSS^SS PURE SILK HOSE. M/ 6 Week-eri SpedaL 5/6 Pair g^^^^S JTSi-35 i^a. jatene. sanbronze. .nd suntan. COLORED CURTAIN NETS. 1/11 Week^d SpedaL 1/. SSTSbiSniSrSt^V^SS oatt..^ m ooid -a Brown shade,. OCCASIONAL TABLES. 21/Wc^^Spedal, 17/6 Each Soo?d Oi.i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

FUNERAL NOTICES c-sss^ee^ v$ mj- V*?nJ.t.>^> uuci^ ct gi6. Ulen ua-ad- ? FEinAY. a."-k ?a^ i£ ta* r*y?^ C^=- ?ap. FENCELLET * KXABE, Undertakers. C ???. *lv. Kaud^-trKt. XfKETON—THE ns? of Ue U:e A>r. JV C£lNKt. THv>KAS Al-1-i^Xu* ire re,;**:.- taUy UO4 that ?i-a Fuuer*: (muwr) w.U tarn to ??iden^ 12. CamtU-aveDU-, ?3S?^.Sf) TerTrlni?UTbom W. rtt *???. ?. aarrUtn*^ KkS-. oa SuOAV s?i^swsr' ~ ? .js^&^^^ra.. V><?C-nUi "^?'I>? l^H lht O AMtELO ?ABai?. aIPOU are mpectfjl.jr ?*??* ?? ?? i?w?i is appottted to :^ve ?* >?r nu?,T, Aap.e?:r?t, Exe:er. en SATOUJiV. tl iJO jsnu. Jor me Cadtecbui Ot*oScCrf r W M ? r r J . jaaSg?fik mte?. Sr. J. L Aitmham, 14S. ?r*y-t3eet, , CCff. ? SMCSBIV, ?t 4J5 IMli^ Ijt the OaxtraSc Oenner;. Wesi-:errace. D-gfcWHssfci&e "3s^fSsw ?*? **JBB C. FKASEK, of Aostm-Btrert, Atte- : ?? Mtoraed tiat bis Funoal (motor) - noKUMI.—n? xvtEMIS or tlii! Lite Mr puas. JJUns c.—THE BRETHREN of -1? ?-** St AB>u an informed tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

AMUSEMENTS _____ fSriT?nTrrrra FW*i I^l I I I IILGMmBS-THM^al W"*?"jl fK^nrm^ ? El^ m&M g*. "?^?^?????""W 13O?Bd8 PJn . ??is? IN ! "nir innuir nior THE ARGYI£ CASE THE LOVE RACKET lMtartos DOBOIHT UACKAILU StDNET BLACK- T i7nEffnSTYT~QIj7\W aunb torse programme ?E rSCTIER SHO* OF TOE DlSraia. ?Ti SPACI mr STAMK 7XSIDE THE HIM. a ??.-v?.„?,„?, Mb. mm at* —r^^^r?_ FUSOESS^ISEET. . ntumr! rftPETiR r.,? CITY OF ADELATOE. BAM) COHCERT-BNGSTON PARK ??, ?^**^;^, ?.? SK THIBAKTOX HXMCTPAL BAJTD \oTl ?*?? COVCXST at KD.CSTON- TAKE. WEST- THJBACE. Tn-HOKBOW fSCSDATO MCHT). 1? Ssrdh. I?SU ?t B.IS o'clock. . H. P. BEAVSR. Toct Clerk. " ?'_ re old swle dance V 6 ?? 1/- *? *tt ra^rSr* TTSS'n'^c?o. AMUSEMENTS Pfll AX DflVAl ?HLHIO KUlliL NORTH-TERRACE, POPULAR NIGHT TO-NIGHT PITIES CATERED FOR. Reservations, Blng Cent. 2799. Direction H- G- Carmlchael :??.? i c?jMjtti, fILU jIlLr tl?niir I wmi vi iv? uniiub ' — 1 TRAMWAYS HALL, HACKNEY, TO-NIGHT o;r tcar H. NICHOLAS. M.C. I rJIDLU lIANPIIE...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

PERSONAL The Premier (Mr. Hill) will return this morning from the Premiers' Con- ference in Melbourne. Sir George Murray was re-elected Chancellor of the University ol Ade laide at the meeting of the Council yesterday. Sir Langdon Sonython, U> moving the motion, mentioned that the statutes require that the Chancellor be elected in five-yearly periods. The University, he said, had never had a Chancellor who discharged the duties of the office with more dipnity or greater ability Than Sir George Murray. The Rev. 1?. A. McArthur, of the Methofiist Church, has been appointed headmaster of the George Brown Col lege in the mandated territory of New Guinea. He will eive a brief fare well messaee at the Methodist foreign mission demonstration in the Exhibition Building on Tuesday evening. The Rev. Stanley Jarvis, of the Methodist Aborieines' Mission In North Australia, arrived hi Adelaide yester day by the Melbourne express. He will deal with the auestion of respon sibility to the aborie...

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MR. SCULLIN HURRIES BACK TO WORK Interviews About Salary Adjustments Canberra, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MR. SCULLIN HURRIES BACK TO WORK Interviews About Salary Adjustments Canberra, February 27. Within a few moments of his return from Melbourne, the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) was at his office. He had an important interview during the day with the two members of the Com monwealth Public Service Board. Messrs. Skewes and Clemens. It is suggested that the object of the discussion was to inform the board of the Government's views on the pro posed salary adjustments, which it will be the board's province to introduce, following the coming investigation by Mr. J. C. Westhot'en, the newly-ap pointed Public Service Arbitrator. This afternoon Mr. Scullin's time was occupied in a conference with the Minister for Customs (Mr. Forde). The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) is expected to return from Sydney to-morrow. The Governor-General being now in residence here, a meeting of the Execu tive council will take place, probably in the week-end. It was stated definitely to-night that Parl...

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How New Theodore Plan FIDUCIARY ISSUE CALLED DISGUISED INFLATION Mr. Hill, in Support, Says It is Stimulant, Not Cure GOVERNMENT EXPECTED TO MAKE BILL DOUBLE DISSOLUTION ISSUE Mr. Theodore Anticipates Senate Will Pass Legislation [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

How New Theodore Plan FIDUCIARY ISSUE CALLED DISGUISED INFLATION Mr. Hill, in Support, Says It is Stimulant, Not Cure GOVERNMENT EXPECTED TO MAKE BILL DOUBLE DISSOLUTION ISSUE Mr. Theodore Anticipates Senate Will Pass Legislation The latest plan of the Federal Treasurer (Mr Theodore) for a fiduciary note issue of £18,000.000 was widely described yesterday as inflation under another name. The proposal was generally condemned, but an outstanding supporter was the Premier of South Australia (Mr. Hill). In an interview in Melbourne, Mr. Hill said the note issue was intended onK' to be a stimulant to industry and not a per manent cure. Mr. Hill was definite in declaring that the money was not to meet Government deficits but for reproduc live works in which private industry would share. It would provide work for thousands of men. As soon as the Federal Parliament meets on Wednesday the first Government business will be the introduction of a Bill to provide for the issue. It is proposed th...

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TO-DAY'S BIG SPRINT Newmarket Handicap at Flemington TAURUS SELECTED From "GAMBIER" Melbourne, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

TO-DAY'S BIG SPRINT Newmarket Handicap at Flemington TAURUS SELECTED From "GAMBIER" Melbourne, February 27. The Newmarket Handicap, which is to be run down the straight course of six furlongs at Fleming- ton to-day, is the most important sprint in Australia, and it is appro priate, therefore, that every State should be represented in it. Victorian and New South Wales owners are mostly interested, but South Australia has Taurus. Merab. and Double It as its representatives. Tbe! 1 field of 32 comprises the best sprinters in tbe Commonwealth, and is the strongest for many years past. Since! he won a division ol the Oakleigh Plate, j First Arrow has been first favorite, and he is expected to hold his position. But if Taurus had drawn a berth on the: rails, like First Arrow, the Adelaide j horse would probably rule the quota tions. He displayed fine form in tho- Futurity Stakes. However, this pair] will probably be troubled by the pre-1 sence of Merab. who was never in better condition a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

H?v:ii= (yin appliance in our WORKSHOPS lor ORDERS K-PAISiNG ASD HAXHFACTCRIKG, there need be no betitincy when ?nirj>tinj Jo cur care ANT) WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELLERY. SPECTACLES. ASD ***W PLATE. BFPATITC ETBVENSON BROS, LTD, KCTAUtd. 20, BDNDLB-STREBT. ADELAIDa t*%J; c $%r *j&? & AUSTRALIA'S Wm*yl£&m %&&0$: EXCLUSIVE (Ipf WHISKY AUCTIONS MORTGAGEE'S SALE. WED., I lit MARCH, AT 2.30. it Arenas, at tbe wool eschakge bkoorma** buildg*g, gri*n-feij>street. BT^^SSL^ T55 tll???TCI^ GF E ' "mdw ??*tP^ Ko.' 1071135:-This admirable fci*?aCiMdS^^?t C?!LiA 1?*li *W ?<*i!?*) *n?y be pa-chased at a sarprisioglY low Cf^^,TL~^.-- eyc,-a *. *** *fl>tnl tom. I<* *??n ?Dd decoration, are in uni>np4."'uible ES-^LrlF*2£^ litarnny is an oataandmg enmple of domestic craftsmanship, erery detail ?ST: c**^?- ? %."*,, " *? e **TO-ucr' n <* a """Jel of comfort and convenience. There i£ ?JZ^ TC TbJ? ?M1:;00 ?? ? SJMCJona enba...

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The Advertiser and Register Saturday, February 28, 1931 Newmarket Favorite; Tasmanians Prepare for To-day's Cricket; Crowds Watch Melba's Funeral [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

The Advertiser and Register Saturday, February 28, 1931 Newmarket Favorite; Tasmanians Prepare for To-day ' s Cricket; Crowds Watch Melba's Funeral UNOFFICIAL MINISTER FOR THE INTERIOR is Mr. E. A. All- [?], who, besides being in charge of the telegraph office at Alice Springs, is chief magistrate for Central Australia, and chairman of the [?] Mr. Allchurch, who recently visited Adelaide, is dbMOL abwat t? onbaxk on a camel trip Into the interior.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

HOTELS FOB S6JSE AND TO lET HOTEL —W*Ked to Lease, small ingoing Particulars in Srat instance fc> "Accoun tancy/* this office. 1,260 —SUBURBAK. good lene and cheap~ten tal. takings £60. Owner will finance irilb £350 cash. £SSO—NORTHERN, rent £3. eood lease, only botrt in town, smt beginner. £1,150 —COUNTRY, good lease, rent £4, takings £60. Will finance reliable client with £350 cash. DCHST & UXEHAS. Hotel Broken 14, Commonwealth Bank Chambers, 96. King William-street. 'Phone Central 48*5. AN OPPORTUNITY. An attractive little suburban Wine Saloon, doing a nice turnover. Dwelling attached. Ffcr njshed throughout. Bent asd lease O.K. Well established. Glasa licence. Can finance re liable pe.-xon with £300 ready cash. So equity dealt or property exchange! enter tained. Apply WOODS & SPINKSTON, HOTEL BROKERS, MAJESTIC CHAMBERS. KrSG VvTLLIAM-STREET. Ko 'phone enqqirief answered. WINNALL & DEAN. Hotel Broken. Tattersalls Chambers. 14. Grenfell-street, tun Hotel...

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WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

WEATHER MAP la the tban map the faobar? or Hues of equal barometer presnoe are ihawn. tiie TOlues being indicated by the figun* at the ?nd of each line; m denotes mdi! bar. Direction of the wind U ahon by arrow flying with the wind:-light breeza. x > i moderate breeze, >? ?> ? strong breere, 7^ ??Je. -w? ?>- ; O represent calm. The state of the set is ehown by the lettw S (?month). M (moderate). R rnmift). V H (tot roagW. X feaieatea rain ba* MDCWi lOBECAST (issued at 9 pjil, F riday).—Fine, with cool southerly 'winds, tending easterly in the -west. BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER READINGS PHASES OF TBB MOON l^ast quarter. f*oruaJj 10. New moon. Peb ruary 17. First quarter February 28. Pub Sioon March 4 CALENDAR—February 28 Sun rises 6.1 aotu sets 6.55 pjn. Moon rises 45 pan, sets 1228 am. SUK AND MOON NEXT WEBS Sun. Moon. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets, a-m. pjn. pjn. urn Sucday 62 654 4J59 lM Monday 6^ 6^3 5.44 2.47 Tuesday 6.4 651 6.24 4.4 Wednesday .. .. 65 6.50 SSI 521 TnvuEday...

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REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BALHANNAH [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BALHANNAH At the balhannah railway- station a silver sandwich dish was presented, to Mr. G. Ward, on behalf of the traffic staff of the station, by the station-master (Mr. A. G. Mldd!eton). ISr. Ward baa been connected with the staff for many years, and Is to be married shortly. CHAFTEY The fifth Irrigation has been concluded. Many settlers are harvesting currants and sultanas. One reports a good yield of currants and sultanas, while two others are disappointed with sultana crops. The weather has been favorable to drying operations, but seme nights have been cold. Some settlers pre fer a season not too hot for drying fruit. There win probably be some special Irri gations beTore the winter.—The patrols cf Block E and Chaffley scouts nave been active lately. They attended the funeral and memorial service of the late district scoutmaster. Mr. E. E. Berber, and also the special Boy Scout parade in the Ben mark Mthodlst CSurch. They are having extra meetings, s...

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TWELVE-WEEKS-OLD BABY In Court While Mother Faces Shop-lifting Charge [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

TWELVE-WEEKS-OLD BABY In Court While Mother Faces Shop-lifting Charge With a 12-weeks'-old baby on her arm, Eileen May Almond (23), pleaded guilty in the Police Court yesterday, to having stolen goods to the value of £2/3/10 from the Myer Emporium on February 23. < It was stated that her husband was hi employment, but was receiving only a small wage. The night before the offence, he had been notified of another substantial reduction in bis salary, making it £2/11/6 a week. In the course of an emotional plea for his wife, the husband, himself only 24. stated that the previous night his wife had received another shock, -even greater than the news of the salary re duction, which had brought on hys teria. Evidence was given that the accused had been seen by a saleswoman in Myer's basement with an unwrapped cardigan jacket in her bag. The sales woman had asked the accused to come to the office. On the way Almond had taken the cardigan from her bag and attempted to place it on ...

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ADELAIDE ! OCAL COTOT-JTOi [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

ADELAIDE ! OCAL COTOT-JTOi List of cases for Monday, March 2. [?] Smrir v. Rmtiijen—Keiman; Cleland Ji;Eiy t. Cocil:—Mderman. la?t or rxfcs for rKnalnfler of week: — H::^soc—t>(r Lcur v. Moore—Newman: SIIOK— ~TO^I T. 7lTtmWTnan—Homl3UTS: AMeras*^—G?KEe v. Danrent—Blackburn; Vte-iej-—Kxsii r. Verimn—Ross; Denny— Sacith v AJcpt—Biker: Baker—Martin v. M.:b=ns—Rcwrts: Hunter—Bosworth v. K;i>tTsE—B?.keT: Kogan—Cox v. Hounslow —Giascc; Gcaicrs—Barrett v. Western— Biter.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

UNIVERSITY NOTES Entries for the prize offered by the Aus- tralian Institute of Engineers to engineer- ing students close today, at 12 noon, with the secretary of the institute. At 1.15 p.m. on Tuesday Mr. R. R. P. Barbour (president of the sports associa tion) will present the cups won in the recent tournament ol the non-pennant section of the lawn tennis club. The pre sentation will take place alter the lun cheon, to which all members of tfce ten nis and sports association are invited. The University Wives' Club vlll enter tain Sir CharJes and lady Martin at after noon tea on Wednesday. March 11. in the Refectory. Inter-University Swimming Contests The annual inter-university swimming contests will take place in Melbourne en March 19. 20, and 21. Teams from Syd ney. Melbourne, and Adelaide will com pete. The Adelaide team, which will leave on Marca 17. will be chosen from H. Hahn (acting captain), H. E. Irving (acting sec retary, G. L. Morris. H. Le Messurler, I. P Michael 0- DICk...

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Close Ups and Long Shots of the Movie World [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

Close Ups and Long Shots of the Movie World By J.M.S. Davies AS witness the case of Charles Raggles, star of the talkie version of Cas[?] Aunt, which comes to West's to-day. Charlie was a stage star ?or assy years before he went to Holly-1 wood, and everyone knew him as I ?"dsrirv" But after b? had made a SiS a Gentlemen of itie Press and The Lady Lies. Paramount decided that -TSmtsfs*" -was toa stiff and unfriendly a nszne. Morie stars, they argued, must be SaS-teltow-weD-niet with everyone; km! wiio could think of a star as CSarifs sno sail fee; towards him like aa oli school friend? Not one movie fsa is a million. So henceforward Caries becszae Charlie; and Charlie he wi2 remain as tons as Paramount aa& turn on ivs payroll. j And yei Paramount did exactly the! Ojaposw ?wMi Charles Rogers. In his eirfv cays he was billed as Buddy! UncTTs.; Set as soon as he reached the i ?>r-r:hrs of stardom the company de cided Aat it was undignified for him 10 s-> csltec -Baacj'.'*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

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