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R* "THE LAST CHANCE" AT THE BEX TODAY ONLY IPnanJctym Farnum, thp doughty young movie actor, who seems to toe all man, and not a perfumed lily, ^lk many of our film celebrities, JB to appear At -the Rex theater, in his latQBt screen, offering, ''The LaSt Chance." This picture is a far more strenu ous piece of screen "work, than any picture in yhich the hardy thespian has appeared in up to date. The person -who wrote the scenario seems to hold the opinion 'that young Far num is a superhuman, for in the picture the star Is constantly risk ing his precious neck in putting over some stunt with which to raise the hair of the audience. "The Last Chance will be shown today only. ''UNCHARTED SEAS". AT THE REX THEATER SUNDAY Seven Alaskan canine huskies, vet erans of polar expeditions and numer ous winters in the land of the mid night sun, were introduced into Hol lywood's film colony as players in Metro's special (production of "Un- charted Seas," which will be on the screen of the Rex theater Sunday. Alice, Lake, who la playing the stellar role in the production, made friends, with the supposedly vicious raalemutes, and learned to drive them in spite of their aversion to feminine authority. J. H. Scott, himself a well known student of Alaskan woodcraft, took the dogs from their frozen home in the North and acted as their guar dian during the six months' trip to Southern California. One of the ani mals was with Steffanson on his Arctic expeditions. Under the guiding hand of the patient Miss Lake, the animals be came acclimated and promised to become the least temperamental of of actor* "Uncharted Seas" is a Munse-y niMgazine story from the pen of John Fleming Wilson. For her supporting cast, Miss Lake haB such notalble persons as Carl Ger ard, Rudolph Valentino, who played in "The Four Horsemen of the Apoca lypse" Fred Turner, Charles Mailes und Rhea Haines. Wesley Ruggies directed. Photography is by John B. Selts and art direction by John Hol tlen. The scenario was written by George Elwood Jenks. As enthralling a picture as has been seen in along time is "Unchart ed Seas," the Metro special which comes to the Rex theater on Sunday for a run of three days. Alice Lake, known wherever pic tures are enjoyed, has 'the leading lolo, and gives a dramatic interpre tation unexcelled for beauty rand force, according to reports from critics who have seen this picture elsewhere^ It is "enthralling" because of its unusual plot und the method working out the situations is con summated. Briefly, the story deals with Lucretiu Eastman, whose hits band is a moral derelict, addicted to opium and loose women. Lucretta's cup of disgust brims over at last, but Tom's father entreatB her to'glve him one last chance The test Is find ing of a deserted steamer, loaded with ten millions or Klondyke gold. Tom is given a seaworthy craft, and a rotting vessel, manned with des perados, is foisted on Frank. Under wood, who loves (Lucretiu awtl Is loved by her. The cowardice of one, and the courage of the other, as they go through Bearing straits leads to the heart-clutching climax. The splendid direction Is due to Wesley Ruggies. The supporting cust (including Rudolph Valentino, who ucted in "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" Carl Gerard, Fred Tur ner, Charlc-3 Mailes and Rhea Haines, George Elwood Jenks adapted) the story, John iB. Seitz photographed. ntl John Holden designed and exe cuted the art Interiors. The picture was adapted from John 'Fleming Wilson's story which uppe-red in Munsey's Magazine. "RORINSON CRUSOE LTD." AT REX THEATER SUNDAY Lloyd "Ham" Hamilton, who has been seen in at least 'three hundred moving picture comedies, including rix in which he has featured in tin last year, is making pictures now un der the Hamilton-AVhlte banner, having formed, with his director, Jack White, a new producing unit. The first of twelve Mermaid come dies to Ibe nride by Hamilton for re lease by tiducatioivil in- *'\is com^ pany's first year will he peon ui I ho Rex theater Sunday. It Is OP I led "Robinson Crusoe. Ltd.,'' and. ao cording to New York critics, a screamingly funny burlesque- on the lamous Btory of Robinson "tuaoe. Hamilton is said to do some of tho best work of his c-ireer in this pic ture, which, uccording to advance information about it, brings tovih. ttunt that have never b-on seen be* fore in motion picture comeriios. Wh'at would you do If your head was on a chopping block and a can nlbal chief had in ax raised to sep arate you from that important part of your anatomy? Lloyd "Ham" Ham llton. in "Robinsoe Criuoe, Ltd.." calmly took from hia pocket a pair of dice, und in a fov.- min'itiu he was wearing all the chief* fancy togs. "MID CHANNEL" AT REX .TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY The day of greater picture h.is arrived. "Mid-Channel." a six-reel photodrama from the pen of the great English playwrigitt on modem mar riedi life, Sir Artnur WIIIR Pineo, with tho bcautifa Kira Ksmba". Yovtttg in the leadinghistory.marks new I v\* M,V^^V Ji^^TTl',t',^^^^'*'^'^^^'l1'^^^^'^^^ IMP mmmmm OF THE THEATRES *yh*UMUdfae*U* I ing apparel exhibited in any picture as in this powerful play of domestic strife, a production that sets the heart a-tingle. We predict record breaking popularity ior f'Mid-Chan- tvel," when it opens at the Rjdt, the ater on Tuesday,*- L*StI -v- THE LURE OF EGYPT" AT GRAND THEATER TONIGHT splendid modern* story of ro mance and adveniurL Egypt, 'based upon the wonderful spiritual phenomena incident to the finding of the tomib of Akhanton, is pre sented In '"The Lure of, Egypt," the Federal Paths feature'Showing at the Grand theater, tonight,'.also Sunday matinee and evening. Enacted by a powerful cast bond ed by Claire Adams, Robert McKtm, Joseph J. Dowling and Carl Uani voort, and filled with tense drama a delightful love theme, adventur ous thrills and colorful backgrounds, "tone Lure of Egypt," offfcrs fas el'nating entertainment for every sort of taste, entirely apart from the power and mystery of its spirit ual element. Adapted frpm Norma Lorimer's novel/."There Was a King in Egypt," the picture relates the adventures that befell a professor who sought td| locate the tomb of Akhanton on the Libyan aesert. The picture is particularly timely, 'because Akhanton's tomb was bu* recently discovered and the city built by.,him. at Tell el A mania ,s now being excavated, and is revealing itself as a modern Pompeii of noble villas, ,-^ii-" AK "RANG" AT THE GRAKD TOAIGHT AN!) SUNDAY '^Bang." the two-mil Mermaid comedy t the Grnni tonight, and Sunday is an Impossible pictuio so far as the events piorurod ever itap p?nmg, but^it is raid to bo the fun niest burlesque of a western drama Adams is ncted for Ms purtitvpation in fast coming fun films, and at this time the aciion does not lag foi a moment. He has the role of an un heroic youth who i'aptire* the badman man, wins a fortune and claims tht girl, almost without knowing how it happened. There are practically three stars in MBang!" Jimmie Adams, who hasGttreth made a success in these pictures Earl (Montgomery, who has been the partner of Joe Rock in other run films, and Lige Conlet. who has be c6me one of the screen's favorites in the past year. "SENTIMENTAL TOMMY" AT ELKO THEATER SUNDAY A picture for young and old alike, that is the description that may be applied to Paramounta' careen.-ver-r s|on of Sir Jame'i M. Barie's "Senti mental Tommy," which will ,be the feature at the Ellto theater for three days 'beginning next Sunday. It is doubtful that many' grownups exist who haven't a fond memory of Tom my's imigination and practicully all of" the youngsters today have r.etul PRESCRIPTIONS] i .f Mti role, :i step in screen Neve were such lavish settings and scenes, and RUdi prrp.Miis eowns and wear 3K5 mi t-. CITY9RUG STORE LAi.lSE.RTE H. ERiCK' DRUGGISTS WE WANT YOUR TRADE" PHONE 5 2 BEMIDJI,MINNESOTA "The Lure of Egypt" With W?ra .v. v'.*. r.y. Wr'sS .*v-y .i^.f^.' about' him at one time or another. The story begins with Tommy's entrance with his sister. Elspeth, to the Scotch village of Thrums anrd his rescue e'f Grizel' from a crowjd of youngsters who are throwing st'oneB at her. It gives many episodes show Ing Tommy's flights of imagination which are humorous and wholesome. The story takes Tommy and Glizel .to maturity when Gritol (becomes demeated after she finds her child hood sweetheart with another wo in his arms. The closing scenes are dramatic and full of heart in terest. The role of Tommy is played by Hughes, a popular ^oung leading man. May McAvoy Js Grizel. Raleigh's Great Work. H. G. Wells wasn't the first to write a world history of his own conception Sir Walter Itnlclgh antedated him by several hundred years. Raleigh's "History of the World" was a voluml-. nous and painstaking work, showing evidences of profound scholarship and research.. It was composed while he 'was A "prisoner in the Tower of Lon don, and }t was one of the marvels of the time that man, under suclif, cjr- cumBtances, aud so for removed'from sources, of research, could have been' able to undertake and carry through such a task. LET OUR EXPERT mix your prcscriotfon for you and both your doctor and you will bo pleased with the results. By having your prescription unded here you are sure of getting the freshest and strongest' drugs and no mistakes made. Claire Adams Robert McKim Joseph J. Dowling Here Suspense! Here Is Romance! Here's a Rich Dramatic Trjesat "BANG'' A Laugh Loaded Comedy It's a Two-Part "Mermaid" GRANDf TONIGHT & Sunday S i r, ^vMyBMWUBai#W&* Calling 'Em in lt Of'the ^Farriily of Cmiths. (Tbe man who spells his iiiiuie with "y' and a tinnl "e" Is, not the bom Ii9*tle Smith],)h:it many suppose,' the rome was' origlually spelled in this manner.' Gold and sil\er smiths, of course, were inen who worked In these metals brownsmith was a man who worked in bronze a greensmith worked in lend. TJie word name Na smlth Is thought to be derived from nAilsnilth. QniMrrth* Won*r 11 ll A Kill, I i 1\T U "J -mV ft 1 W MJOHd H- HA i M-KVV-^ !v 'H b.^"*' i Ut -0*4,' '4'" "j* -f '-iVl''i'*i*Vi"r*','' A*" j^^^j ^v. ".4"^ |ffi't- i ii'ri, i~m, i ni- i i I, i Little Coal on Atlantic Coast. With the exception of the small de posits of anthracite in Rhode Island, the only coal deposits on the Atlantic seaboard of this continent are those in the maritime provinces of Canada. Murderer Held Accountable. The commandment "Thou shalt not kill" has an application not generally recognized. It is this, that moral re sponsibility forbids one to kill time. Boston Tranrrlpt. It has Always been so, and, from every indication, will )0fJ Ford Cars Take Another Drop!! The FoM, the "UNIVERSALL" Automobile, will always remain the* world's most pop- ular motor,vehiclei %it fhis*new sudden o^rop m.price the"world must realize that the Ford Cai* is not only the most popular priced car, but undeniably The Biggest Value in Motordom The working man, the farmer, the tradesman, the clerk, the society man and the man of wealth find this, the Ford Car, the best to drivefor pleasure or for business. It has never been duplicated for the money and never will be^ It will always lead as the world's most economical automobile. More people of .wealth today drive the FORD CAR than any other single make. They go wherever you see them-jand you see them wherever you go. i IUakesbut the loose change qi some people to own one and never more than loose change for,ajl to, operate one. 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