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Saturday, Dec. 18, l.lb
WHAT'S NEW AT THE MOVIES—NOTES OF THE PLAYERS
"Soul of a Wotti^n" at Apollo For a Whole Week
Mlsh Kinllv Stevens, In her famous dance scene of "The Soul of a Wonmn," the famous drama which toiuw to tlie A|Hillo «ll
next week. .
For one solid week, beginning
Sunday, Manpiger Anderson of
the Apollo will present one af
I' 'DESTINY" or
"THE SOUL OF
At the Apollo for One Solid Week Beginning
Tomorrow. A 25e Show for 10c.
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Then passion wove . her See it while you
hiring spell and beauty
won the day.
The Seven Wonders
Of Wonderful Local Interest.
Gratin Ouerin at the Pipe Organ.
1131-33 Broadway. Phone Main 2270
the greatest feature films evar
J brought to the coast. It ia "Dua-
I tiny," or "The Soul of a Woman,''
featuring the well known drama
tic actress, Miss Kmily Stevens.
The play is from the hrilli ml
pen of Anthony P. Kelly. It is
a remarkable picture, both la!
Tr.angle-Keystone Comedy Wi h
1 Ford Sterling, On Liberty Bill
Scene from "His Father's Footateps," Triangle-keystone com
edy, featuring Ford Sterling, at the Liberty.
Manager Davenport of the
Liberty is presenting another
corking good comedy on his new
bill ln aldition to the main feat
This week It will be Ford Ster
ling and an all-atar Triangle-
Keyatone company in the hilar
ious film, "His Father's Foot
steps." The comedy is aaid to be
Film Trust Foiled
The alleged attempt of feature film manufacturer
to demand an Inert aaed admission for their film plays in
Taroma haa been broken.
This increase lias formerly deprived a large i>ercent
nge of the manses, who were responsible for the early
popularity and success of the motion picture, from view
ing all real feature productions.
Thanks to the Melbourne Theater, which has con
tracted for the Fox Fllme, that are the last word ln mo
tion picture art, and other film productions with world
famed stars will he announced at an early date. Begin
ning tomorrow for three days, William Fox wIU present
the celebrated star
A Screen Play That Amaiea and Thrill*.
OTHKK FILM OFFERINGS
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THE TACOMA TIMES
theme and in presentation, and
has created a furore wherever
presented. In Seattle it Just com
pleted an engagement of two
solid weeks, where It played lo
i L.i cent admission.
one of the greatest successes In
which Sterling has ever appeared.
The big feature of the new
Liberty bill starting Sunday will
be "The Sable Lorcha," with
Thomas Jefferson and Tully Mar
shall in the leading roles. The
story la woven around a Chinese
smuggling plot, of tense Interest
and many gripping scenes.
; MOVIE 1
AT THE MOVIES
"Barbara I rl.i. hir," with
Mary Mile, Minter.
"Bella lKlDlia," wittl I'aulint-
"The IHaeiple," with William
S. Hart, and "Hayed by Wire
"The Gangsters of New
"Battle t>y of Peace."
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Il) Kroddie I llui.
If Lottie Crary of South Tn
coma will come to The Times of
fice, she will receive the $!">
prize which she won for sttbmit-
Ing the best local sequel tv T'.ie
Diamond From the Sky."
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All manuscripts submitted in
"The Diamond From tbe Sky"
contest have been sent to the
North American Film corporation
at New York. Advices from that
company say that already H.OOO
sequels have been submitted. But
don't give up, lacoma has as
good a chance as any other elty to
win the 110,000 prlxe.
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You'll have a chance to see
some youthful Taeoma movie
actors at the Apollo next week.
The three boys who won first
honors in the "Seven Wondera of
Taeoma" contest will app*«r In
ii special (Urn prepared by the
Cook brothers, local motion pic
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Clarence Sumiuerville of the
Melbourne Is as tickled as be oan
be over getting the William Fox
service. Theda Bara is always a
big drawing card for Bny movie
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The city council Is considering
passage of an ordinance prohib
iting the erection of a theater or
movie house In the downtown dis
trict unless It le placed on a cor
ner. This Is to enable lietter ex
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Knitting woolen mittens for
soldiers In Hurope Is the very
latest spare-tlrae occupation of
the actresses of the Triangle stu
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May Allison, American film
star, Is regarded as the ideal
movie type, slim, graceful, well
dressed, blue eyes and great
musses of golden hslr. Her di
rectors say 'she has real screen
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rar Is always do
Ing things. Ke
centlv she was
lonp; dint.-nice tel
the music for the
to be released by
Myrtle (.otiialo*., recnt Vlti
graph Htar, has joined the Univer
sal ten '■'•■■ at the big California
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The Oliver Morosco company
continue to deny that Myrtle
Btedman, the golden-haired star,
has signed with another company.
diaries It ii I mum and Norm.t
Tehnadge hi the thrilling film
play, "Tlio Rattle irj of Peace,"
at the Tscoma theater.
The ntirpendous film drama,
"The Battle Cry of Peace" with
Its forceful plea for preparedness
of onr country, continues to draw
big houses at the Taeoma theater
and will remain there until Sun
day night. War with all Kb thrills
is shown In this film and though
dependent for Its punch upon this
feature there is also a dramatic
story of intense heart interest.
Many notable personages are
seen in he film including Theo
dore Roosevelt, Major General
Leotard Wood. Secretary of War
Theda Bara to Appear If
at Melbourne Hereafter!
Theda Hara, the "vampire woman," who bus Jointed the Mel
bourne's galaxy of stars.
Theda Hara has a new home In
Kugene Levy, owner of the Mel
bourne, this week .signed up a
contract with William Fox by
which all the big Fox releases
will be shown exrlualvely nt the
Melbourne hereafter. Ileginnlng
Sunday, one big feature will be
DUSTIN FARNUM COMES IN
'GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA'
"I have come back to clean
Carlow county of political cor
ruption, and to send you either
into jail or Into retirement."
This waa a big proposition for
the new editor of the little coun
try newspaper but the thing was
accomplished and how it waa
done is vividly told In "The Gen
tleman from Indiana," featuring
At IIRV DT V ™E HOME OF
the LiIDEiK 1 I TRIANGIES
SUNDAY UNTIL TUESDAY NIGHT
We Don't Like to Brag, But Where Else in Taeoma
Are Triangle Stars or Pictures To Be Equaled?
« THOMAS Aft.
In a Griffith Supervised Mystery Drama
THE SABLE LORCHA
This Five Part Story of the Chinese Smuggling
Trade Discloses All the Cunning and Tenacity of the
©ADDED COMEDY FEATURE
Supported By an All Star Triangle-Keystone Cast in
-g gf\ Reduced Admission -g /"\
I I IC 1 AFTERNOONS OR EVENINGS II |C
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shown each week for three dPiys.
Thla means that Theda Hara will
appear exclusively at the Mel
Theda's first film, coming to
the Melbourne tomorrow, will be
"The Devllls Daughter," said to
be one of the most powerful vam
pire dramas in which she has ever
Dnstln Karnuni which opens at
the Colonial theater Sunday for a
three days run.
How this tiny printshop, might
ier thanthe muxzle of a rifle, pro
duced news, a congressman and a
wife Is an interesting story and
Ouatln la rnu m has proved that
he Is a success as John llarkless,
the editor of the IMattvllle Herald.
Lnst Ohanee to See
In the I'irturization
of the Sensational
Novel ami Play
He Sure and r»»tne
In the Stirring K<>
niiinrc <»t' the Ohio
Hest Loved and Must
FOR BEST IliPMlli TURK T«
HUP l I \vsli iipii PAQB—IT IS
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