cinema chain built by U.S. entertainment mogul Samuel L. "Roxy" Rothafel (1882-1936).
The character of roxy is thoroughly alive, and her weird relationship with her half-breed son is startling enough.
Emeline and roxy walked inland, with their backs to the harbor.
The old great-aunt died suddenly, and left a good deal of money to Mr. Mays, and ten thousand dollars to roxy.
Then roxy, her head enveloped in a shawl, appeared in her mother's place.
They were just struggling to get the pudding out of the cloth when roxy called out, "Here's Pa!"
Here we found roxy's brother, dubbed "Napoleon" by some white man.
When roxy wanted to invite you, I felt sure you wouldn't come.
Before they got back, roxy had paid her visit to Wilson, and was satisfied.
She and roxy had been to the very top of the East Canyon for flowers, and returned loaded with spoil.
roxy was standing in the door of one of the rooms, waiting, for she had heard him.