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TUESDAY, JUNE 8
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS ; IN He Comes Up Smiling" Vaiet to a et canary! a new role tor Douglas Fairbanks and then the Lird escapes, some chase !!'' It isn't as though you could blame the canary naturally a bird flies away if the door's open but the darnedest tiling is that Douglas Fairbanks has to catch it, or be fired. Well, that bird had one long drink before he started may be there was whisky in it and he's about as hard to grab as thistledown in a gale. - Come and see this funny Artcraft. picture. ' t SEE HAROLD LLOYD One of his million dollar? comedies "nAVXTED SPOOKS" 1 SUNDAY, JUNE 6 BUCK JONES IN "The Last Straw" Thrills and Throbs in "The Last Straw" When Tom Beck, a man's man. spurns the game of chance in picking straws. When JanVs pluck in mounting a wild horse captures the cowboy's heart. When Tom beats Webb, chief of the rustlers, into respect for the east ern heiress. The trial of the cattle thief, which Tom finds in full swing upon his re turn. When Tom saves Jane in a stirring free-for-all in which Hilton meets his doom. Mutt k Jeff CARTOON COMING 11 Friday, May 11 "Terror of the Range" Featuring BETTY COMPSON Playing the Star lead. Betty was the star headline in "The Miracle Man." This picture is a two weeks nerW in sev en episodes. It will tin completed In two w-ks LIBERTY 4E TONIGHT!!! Friday, June 4 JfeVv ? l H X-h -s Jj f'a gftnfti...tr mm furl,. 1 -WVIV 0T-,f V-ZiLl . -- wimiiwiini mntwafffl Pris cilia Dean IN 1hEUNIVEIZSAL UEllVEL MASTZI3. PRODUCTION - ThQ Vr&nyrS'tamboul.u She Who Appears Without a Veil in the Strange Old City of Stamboul is a Child of Vice, but Not so with SARI for She Was Known Far and Wide as The Virgin of Stamboul, And Many There Were Who Coveted the Beautiful Virgin. There Was ACHMET HAMID, THE BRUTAL SHEIK, Who Saw Only the Appeal of Her Lithe, Graceful Body, and There Was the YOUNG AMERICAN .Who Really Lovad Her. Then there Was the Fanatic and There Were Many Others. It Was a Battle for the Possession of The Virgin of Stamboul, With Many Intrigues, Many Plots and Many Hair-Raising Conflicts. The Struggle of Hundreds of Fierce, Inflamed Men Which Constitute the Remarkable Photo-Dramatice Spectacle SATURDAY, JUNE 5 JACK PICKFORD In a tlriinuk o( Iloyhnod Days wlili tli, j,,., ontl sorrow "In Wrong" "In Wrong," with Jack Pkltfonl, U the Hard Luck Tale of Hero Johnny Spicns Whose Only Real Fault U "That No One Understands Him" He Wants to Work Hard but there's too Darned Much Water in the Swim niin' Hole lie Loves His Girl but there's that Pair of Ice Cream Pants on the Other Fellow's Legs He Wants to be Honest and Kind and Good and Helping but there's a Pair of Desneradoru who Loot the Town in His Shoes and therein Johnny Finds a Whale of a Solution to His Troubles. Larry Scmon COMEDY BETWEEN ACTS LIBERTY COM m MONDAY, JUNE 7 MAE HURRAY Now b tarring in "On With the Dance," end ing In Portland last weelc. IN "The Twin Pawns" AN INTKN8ELV DRAMATIC SCREEN ADAPTION OK WIL.KIE COLLIN8' WORLD FAMOUS NOVEL "THE WOMAN IN WHITE", Here is a Dramatic Story of Life, of Two Beautiful Young" "Pawns," of a 'White King" Whose Conscience Troubled Him, of a "Black Knight" Who Possessed No Conscience, and of a "White Knight" Who Loved One of the "Pawns" and Flung His Gaunt let in the Face of the "Black Knight" Entered the Lists in Mortal Combat on Behalf of His "Ladye Fayre." Eleventh Episode of J'DARE-DEVIL JACK" Friday, May 11 "Terror of the Range" Featuring BETTY COMPSON Playing the Star lead. Betty was the star headline in "The , Miracle Man." tm vpimoji-s. It will hn oiiiil'tcil In WJ weeks WEDNESDAYJUNE 9 "JUBILO" FEATURING Will Rogers See Will Rcgers, that real, human fellow with the smile you can t resist in his latest photoplay. It's your idea of real entertainment! IT'S FROM THE FAMOUS SAT URDAY EVENING POST STORY OF THE SAME NAME. A HOME SPUN ROMANCE OF PLAIN PEO PLE AND RICH HEARTS LAUGHS AND CHUCKLES MIX ED WITH THE TEARS IN THE MOST DELICHTFIIT.T.V hum am 1iTT- 1 ' Tk T A 1 1 . rnuiuriftl YUU VE SEEN A LONG TIME. . 0 IN Romance cf the Lady and the Hobo U um.mU THURSDAY, JUNE 10 DUSTIN FARNUM In Kripping ttorjr o( Enat and Went "A Man's Fight" From the moment o the physical light when the hero detects his sifter's suitor cheating at cards in the cl 4b, that other fight a fight for good name, honor, leadership, distinction, nd best of all, for a woman's Jove, be gins. Through the swiftly -moving scenes in the luxury of a New Y ' mansion, through the solitary confine ment of Sing Sing Penitentiary and thence out to the breezy vastnesi f the West, the action sweeps 'org with never-halting grip of interest. Its wonderful settings include scenes at the famous San Juan Capistrano Mission, never before shown on the screen.