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THRILLS AND TEARS IN STORE FOR MOVIE FANS
George Beban to Be Seen in "The Italian,"
and Pretty Annette Kellerman in Drama
"Neptune's Daughter" They'll Still
Pursue "Runaway June"—"The Cracks-,
man" and "The Regenerating Love,"
Seattle photo-pla> fans will have to 1»\ their laughter
tablets on the shelf and stuff two or three handkerchiefs
into their pocket* when they tnke in the picture shows this
(teorge Bchan, who will he remembered for hi* Rreat
character acting in the sketch "The Sign of the Rose.'' on
the vaudeville stage here, will lie *een in "The Italian"
Then there is pretty Annette kellerman's fiqure featur
ing the drama, "Neptune's Daughter"
"Runaway June" will still he pursued. "The Master
Cracksman" and "The Regenerating Love" will thrill all who
see them "The Better Man," a Western drama, is a sobby
one The bils promise to he good
The Italian s simple narrative |
of a poor Italian's love for a *trl
of his rare, wlll he the offerln* at
the I.lberty starting Sunday George
Beban will be featured In the title
Repi>o. the Italian, work* hard
to save money to bring his sweet
heart to America. After year* of
saving he brings her over the
waters and marries her.
A little bab? comes, hut Is stiirk
en with Illness The doctors de
clare It will die unless fed p«s
teurlied milk. On his way home
with money to buy the milk. Beppo
He puts up a fight and Is arrest
ed. while the thugs make their e*
A plea to the ward boss for as
sistance Is Ignored Heppo Is sent
When he Is released he finds his]
haby has died He hlames the wsrd
boss for the death of his child and
•tarts out to *et vengeance.
He foes to the boss' house In the
middle of the nlaht and Is about
to daah <>ut the brains of the man's
little baby when the younaster
atretches out Its arms to the Ital
lan. It is too much for Heppo. and
he leaves the house
It la a story that will make you
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Harry Carney will be featured In
'he title role of 'The Master
Cracksman at the Alaska net'
The story has to do wtth s Hob
ert Kendall who lives with his
ancle, a retired diamond merchant
Hta sunt, Mr*. Martin, ha* a
famous diamond. Gentleman Joe. s
crook, tyalng a* a aentleman. hears
of tfcealamond and to gain an In
vltatlon to a reception that Mrs
Martin is holdtna Id honor of her
daughter, he overpowers Macßae,
encased to guard the ]e*ela
It happens that Kendall I* alio
bent upon cteallng the diamond am*'
beats Joe 'o It.
Marßae arrives on the scene
and accuses Joe of being sn 1m
Gentleman Joe makes his escapr
and beata It to the hills
Kendall Is discovered with th<
diamond, and In a fight that fol
JL WOW! HE'S GOT U AGAIN! jl
Who's Got 'Em? CHAS. CHAPLIN
v Got What? "Those Love Pangs"
HE'LL HAVE THEM ALL SUNDAY. MONDAY
ft Your Chancr Tonight to Mini in M A
Sun., Mon., TODAY ONLY
"The Better Man" "The Sea Brat"
Two-Reel M.je.tlc ~
"Fatty, Mabe' and the What Have
M * 1 W °LI M C " F *"y'> NcW Ro,e "
Mutual Weekly No. 5 Key.ton. U
"Thoae Love Panga" "The Maaqueradert" 1
Keystone Chaplin Keyttone •
5,000 Feet of New Pictures at the Mission Sunday
TheßegeneratingLove" T.m g ht-tast •n^r"" == l Comedy —1
A Three-Part Lubin Drama // -■ — | „ T ___
• When the father and mother part she takes the in- A FOOL THERE! WAS" "Alias < ireased Lightning" is the name. He inherits
ww m monev and his troubles berin. Lots of slapstick
fant girl and he the little boy. Later the son, un- The bi K 6-part feature that packed the Alharnbra for one solid week. fun in this. . '
able to stand the father's temper, leaves him to make V. ■ —,
his own way. An impostor claims the son's inheri- r |
tance. All ends well. There are some "splendid C Uk JVTM » FOURTH,
-"or, DC MISSION weh-acS Z SOW " S in ,M 3 " d '
lows. kills his uncle Harold la ac !
rused of the murder of his father
instead of the nephew
To make a long story short. Ken
lall meets Joe and Joe forces a eon
resslon out of him that unwinds th«
• hole affair and put* Joe in right
slth the folks
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"The Regenerating l,ove" will be
the main attraction at the Mission!
the first of the *eek Th«< story
•tarts off with Henry Davidson
leaving his wife and daughter Kthel
snd taking his son Bob out West
• ith him
When Hob grows up he leaves hlr
father and starts out In the world
Bob's feet seem to have trodden
the wrong path. The neit we ser
>f him he Is playing wtth a vaude
vllle troupe In a cheap music hall
The father goea Fast and dies snd
leaves all his money to Hob.
One of Hob's dance hall friend"
sees an ad In the paper for Hob.
and goes Kast. i>o»lng as Boh. to
claim the fortune
Kthel loves the man she believer
Is her brother The friend f<*ela he
is a cad so returns West to get
Hob. He finds that Hob has mar
rled the girl who had been hl«
sweetheart The three of them
turn Kast and Hob Is nccepted an
the rightful heir Kthel accept!
llayden, the friend who had posed |
as Hob. aa her hubby
It all works out rather nicely In
the end. and the villain tamed out •
to be a decent fellow after all
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BADLY HURT IN
FILM SEEN HERE
Grorc* who plavs (ho tltlr
rolo la "Th* Italian." at th» l.lb
erty nfit w#rk. had a narrow »•«
rap« from d«»th *hll« acting In th«
H*han »a» lucked from a moving
autnmobll* by Its occupant* In th*
THE SEATTLE STAR
action of the piece and sent sprawl
lug to the ground
A natural fall was made by the
actor, but be struck the pavement
with such force that he rolled ovet
several times, directly In the patl-
of an approaching street car
The motorman applied the emer
gency brakes and stopped the cat
within a few Inches of the actor'r
I Heban *u so seriously Injured
from hla fall that he waa (onfinet'
to his bed for nearly three weekc
before he was able to finish lh«
The fall I* shown In the film.
HERE TO DIRECT
of the lam Ange
lea Film Corpora
Hon and l.ubln'
ha* been *ecurei
by the Wa*hlnr
ton Him Corpore
tlon to direct pro
ductlona In th<
new atudloa a
• toneim Miller
lllller ha* heen In the film pro
during game for the la*t ten year*
producing hi* flr*t big picture for
the C'lnenui company In Merlin In
1909. Me ha* produced film* all
over the t'nlted State*.
He ha* »pent the la*t week motor I
In* ahout the country adjacent to
Klrkland and I* highly pleaxed
with condition* there.
"I am aurprlaed that anme othet '
company hn* not already discover*)' j
lh« excellent advantagea you have |
here." aald Miller Saturday to »• ;
representative of The Star. "Yoi ■
have the ocean, *ound. lake*, woodi !
ami the mountain* all .be acener)
one could with for motion picture* j
"Although 'ho weßther In cloudy j
yet I know that there are enough'
time* when wo will be nt)1o to'take I
exterior view* to make the produc-j
of Movies on Page 3
Top row, left to right—George Behan. In "The Italian," coming to the Liberty Sunday; scene trorn
"The Regenerating Love," at the Minion; the ion accuied of the murder of his father. In "The Matter
CracW.man," at the Alaefca. Bottom—Scene from "The Better Man," a drama of the West, at the Class
A; scene from Story No. 4 of "Runaway June," at the Colonial.
AWARD BRIDGE JOB POUCE BALL FEB. 19
The Manhattan Contracting Co..
Central bulldlnc haa heen awarded
a contract to l>ultil a 300 foot frame
awing bridge n<r"-- the Duwamlah
rut at Mth aw 8 The utrm ture
will rout the county U'l/Mhi
The Most Thrilling and Sensational Romantic Drama of the Day
CAST Mammoth Cast . ..
GENTLEMAN JOE HARRY CAREY
Th. Matter cr.ck.man" Elaborately Staged
PETER J. MARTIN E. A. LOCKE
Retired oi.mond Merch.nt Gripping Situations
RUTH MARTIN FERN FOSTER * vjiiubuuii.
HI. Daughter p .
ROBERT KENDALL louis morrell fascinating 3tory
HAROLD MARTIN REXFORD BURNETT 300 Scenes, 6 Acts
june day juliette day Unusual Production
VIOLET DANE MARJORIE BONNER .
NICHOLAS MOSES WM. H. POWER WW ■
A Notorlou. Fence and Money Lender H AffjlH C
DAN McRAE HERBERT RUSSELL MiwIlCU! lj
Captain of Detective.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY HAYWARD MACK f a||
RODMAN DAY . ROLAND DE CASTRO JLvAUddy JUU
Of Law Firm of Day and Goodrich J
J,MBUCK F F ro Y th. c.ntr G .: E or. Y ALLEN 1 KEYSTONE COMEDY
Progressive Motion Picture Corporation
The .Seattle folic* Relief uhcli
tlon ban appointed a floor <onimlt<
tee Jo make arrangement* for the
annual ik»IIco hall Feb. 19 Tho
committee prtimlne* to mutt* the
■tap" the hlKicut and bout over
FIND RIFLES ON RANCH
NTSW WKBTMINBTER. Keb 8 —
While liiKjx-kMInK the ranch of Haruti
vou Mackenjfen of Fort Kella, now
a prisoner of war at Xanaimo, 11»«?
104 th rfjtlment. utatloned here, In
said to ha vp discovered a large
I cache of army rifle*.