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All unbeatable combination—Doug Fab*
bank* and the Grand Canyon of Arizona.
It's all in "A Kansas Musketeer."
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ADMISSION SO*—CHIIJJHKN 10«
SIMMIES IN FRANCE MUST
BEHAVE WHEN OFF THE JOB
BY J. W. PrMI.KR
Unltrd /Veil Corrrspondrnt
WITH THK AMERICAN ARMT
IN FRANCE. Jan. I«—A genera]
order lafUMt today create* a
"bllghty" for Amnla'i aoldlera.
It announna lha grant of a week'a
Nv« to every aoldler for mch four
montha' aervlce at the front. The*e
daya are to be apent In apeclal rec
rentlon renter*, now being e*tnb
llahed "Bomewhere In France"
They are being built the Idea
of furnlahlng the fighting men holi
day entertainment and root.
The order hlnta that the leave
period* will probably be lengthened
after the aoldlera have ac<| untied
themaelvea heroically In future
The necejwlty of proper conduct
of the holiday crow-la la emphrtxlr.ed
In the order, and It la aaacrted that
aubaequent leave dependa largely on
the decorum displayed. I'aria la only
to b* vlalted with aprclal permla
WILL DEDICATE NILE
TEMPLE SERVICE FLAG
Twdlratlon of Nil* Templi''* worv-
Ice flax In th<- Maaonlc temple at
7:30 tonight will b« th» blir c«*r<-
mony during the vlalt of I*harl<>B
K. Oveillihlr* of Minneapolis, Im
perial potentate of tho Ancient
Arabic Order of MyMlc Hhrlne.
It will h« attended by delegate*,
l>anda and patrola from Portland,
Tarom* and Victoria. The dlatln-'
KiilHhcd vliiltor wan taken thru (hp
shipyard* Wi«lnmday momlnic. Tim
men of tbn party bad luncheon at
the Arctic club and tho women at
the Sunset club.
OLYMPIA, Jan. I«.—D. K Twlt
chell of Hpokane, University of
Washington graduate, ha* bwn ap
pointed assistant attorney general
to iticceed Howard Waterman of
Will you lend your money to our
boy* In the trenche»T l»uy thrift
?!**—WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16, 191«.
BY V. 1. C.
T*t<» nrw hill that oprn at tha Or
phvimi for tha remainder of tha
»<wk, \\><lnt>mUy, will have for ita
hrailllnr nttmctlon Klawana'a Ha
l.uaby and tlaaelton, two alatar*.
will offer a comedy alngln* and
dancing act. Hob Poahay In a com -
«■<!>• mimic ami monolo«ut. while the
Kr«wh»nil Hrothrra have a comedy
While and I.yle will offer a ram
edv novelty rural aketch. The Ver
non Hlalrra, hilled aa "The Hunahlne
tilrla." will aln* and dance
Mme. Petrova. In "More Truth
Than Poetry." will be the motion pl<
• • •
NOVKI. RKD ( ROM SHOW
Tlie Hippodrome Koad Show
troupe which la now at the Palace
Hip waa anow blockaded at Paradiae.
Mont., recently. A number of lied
CrtM worker* were on the aame
A benefit for the lied Crnaa waa
quickly arTan«e<t. Hill Millard. of Mil
lard Brother*, waa choaen rnenacer.
and tha entire vaudeville bill waa
given In a achoolhouaa
To work up a crowd, a crier wtth
a bell waa aent thru the town.
Thirty at* dollars waa turned over
to the Ked Croaa.
• a a
"POMPOM" IS POMtNti
Haucy little Mild appear* flrat aa
a farnoua prima donna In the theatre
"Sreenroom." In Henry W. Karajce a
coanli- opera. "Pom Pom." and then
h* the mlachleroua "Pom-Pom." the
Hhe fliea thru one novel aoene aft
er another Finally, when aheaw a*
«er« about the «ta*e attired In a
"model frock." all allk and lace"
above, but with nurired troueera
ahowln* beneath the allken aklrta.
the combination of a "heat rlrl" and
a bed boy makea a atrlkln* picture.
Mini la comln* to the Metropolitan
ftirxtay. January 17.
a a e
mntvr want to worr
"Canary Cotlaae," with Mae Hron
te aa the "Irrepreaalble." la com In* to
Seattle for Metropolitan appearance
the flrat week In February. The
atrenuoua record of el*ht appear
ancea a week for the many weeka
aince the muatcal comedy be*an haa
not been aufflclent to make Mlaa
Hron ta cry for a reat.
Tbe nmt dividend of the North
ern I tank A Trust Co. will be paid
beginning nert Monday, it |« to
l* 50 per cent.
Nearly a far ha* pawl since
the affair* of th» Northern l*nk
were taken over by tha state l>ank
The coat of tlquMatton up to
December I wu 1H.411.41 ll*-
burarment* during the past year
for pre*ervaUon of the l*nk's asset*
amount to 114.M1.M. The Income
ha* t>«-en $17.525.
Payment* were due Tuesday,
when a court order wa* signed
authorizing them, but the examin
er'* office will not be ready to
make them until Monday, oh ac
count of the work of *lirnlnic and
verifying dividend checks.
All depositor* muiit present their
certificates of claim before recel * -
Intr their money- The demand may
l>e presented In pernon at the hank
examiner's office. 211 White build
in*. or the certificate may l>e
mailed and a check will I>* re
At the time of the failure of the
Northern tmnk It had HMS7.S4 cash
on hand. It* oilier assets wire
llnted a* worth H,7&f».9&R.49. Hut
I hi* wa* vastly exaggerated. It*
total I labilities amounted to 11.549,-
7fco.7*. Total claim* approved.
II .59*.*02.54 After the failure of
j the bank, the pre*ldent admitted
! •mberjslement In about the sum of
FAMOUS CHORAL CLUB
SINGS HERE TONIGHT
Mrmlwrn of ttie Tacoma Onihrui
rluh, famous rhoral organisation
that won high honor* competing
against the l>e*t singers In the world
at the Sun Francisco exposition, ar
rlv«><l In Seattle Wednesday to ap-
Imm r with the PhllharmonlO ore-hen-
Ira at the Metropolitan theatre at
8 p. tn.
There are fift men In the Orpheus
rlub, which came Into existence 15
year* ago. Conductor John Hpargur,
of the Philharmonic orchestra, In
al*o head of the Orpheus club.
INDIANS AND RED CROSS
KVEKKTT, Jan. Hi. Indian Iniys
and girls are doing their bit for
the Ited Cross. Pupils of the Tu
lallp Indian reservation school have
agreed to furnish two sacks of
sphagnum moss u week for surgi
MELODY FOR CHINA
There'll 1« plenty of melody In
high official circles In China
The next vassal sailing from Se
sttle will take two Vlctrolan for
Chan Chin »'hong, premier of China.
What docs the thermometer of
your patriotism register? How many
thrift stamps do you own?
New Cloth Dresses
Showing Late Style Details
$15.00 $16.50 $18.50
The Dreaa at Right of sketch
also of navy French is in hip-drape effect,
with lx>dice back forming crushed girdle and tie Rash
in front. Topped with white satin collar. Price
Women's Winter Coats
$6.95 $8.85 $11.75
—exceptional values at these prices in Coats of Melton
Cloth, Tweed, Rlanket Coatings and Velvet Velour;
full belted styles, with large convertible collars and
patch or trousers pockets. —na*?m*nt saiearoom.
House Dresses Reduced
A New Shipment of
$1.75 to $2.85
WARM COMFORTABLES of jrenerous size, with
sanitary cotton filling and covering of flowered
silkolines in screen, blue, pink and old-rose shades, well
stitched to insure lon« woar.
Priced at f 1.75, fS.OO. 92.25 and 92.85.
TROTSKY IN MOVIES! BUT HE DID NOT STAR
(Tiara Kimball Young announce*
that Leon Trotaky. now a leader of
the Bolshevlkl. appeared with hee
In picture* while ha waa living In
New York. That wa* In tha movie
name*. "My official Wife."
The producers of her pictures are
crying, "Woe la me: Alas! And
That's because they were unable
to read the future and give a con
spicuous role to the aald Trotsky.
The Importance of tha role be
played may be judged by tha fact
that his pay on the daya he worked
• • •
Marguerite nark Is about to start
a movie production of the fantasy,
That will he remembered by
theatre-goer* as a charming piece.
In which she won her beat fame on
It waa produced by Wlnthrop
Ame* at the Little Theatre In New
York In 1914.
• • •
•*Hln own Horn* Town." a recent I
novel by Evans, hae boon
made Into a picture, sturrlnic Charle*
Kay, who la twin* featured In a
Mrfcc of similar roles. Hay, better
than any other. In able to Imperson
ate a young man from a small town.
Theee pictures ure belnf made by
j Thomas 11. lnce.
• • •
Taylor Holmes I* now at work on
"Ruggles of Hed Oap. H
• • •
Peffgy Hviand Is now listed amonp
the fen Hired performers of the Fox
• • •
At the ('oll*etim theatre this
week, picture* of (Jen. "Black
Jmek" I'erslilnK, commander of
the Mexican expeditionary
force*, are shown, and Immedi
ately afterward are nhown pic
ture* of <Jen. "Black Jack" Persh
ing, commandcr-ln-chlef of de
mocracy's expeditionary forres.
Ill* "fighting face" brings down
• • •
When It come* to betllni np
a llnlkan army. It takes one
millionaire'* son, one Bowery
tough, and a cowpuncher. All
from America, of course. That'*
the "American Way." at the
Clemmer theatre this week.
• » •
NPKfTACTI'AK NCKNKH IN
"CIiMOPATBA," DUK SATURDAY
ThrlllliiK chariot race* across des
ert sands, hand-to-hand conflicts I>e
tween spear-armed soldiers and the
triumphal entry of Octavlus' troop*
i Into Alexandria are to l>e seen 111
1 William I''ox'a film production of
BtKnenf Salesroom I
THE Dress pictured is from this
underpriced offering, which in
cludes Dresses of durable percales and
ginghams in plain colors, stripes and
checks—all exceptionally good value
Bungalow Aprons Reduced
These Coverall Aprons are of per
cale and may be had in checks, stripes
or fancy figured effects, front or back
fastening style, with trimming of white
piping. Reduced to BO<.
I)ouk Fairbanks 111 "A Kansas Musketeer," at the Coliseum.
"Cleopatra," which will be presented
at the Metropolitan for eight days,
beginning at the Saturday matinee.
The Sphinx and the pyramids look
down upon the scenes In this film, as
they did thousands of years ago.
• • •
"HKL.L/8 HINtJKK" CREAK
Pig Bill Hart comes to the Class A
for the remainder of the week In a
reissue of one of his old favorites,
"Hell's Hinges," with Ixiulse Olaum
playing the opposite role. Among
many of the big things I* seen an en
tire Western town In flaaMs.
• • •
TIIKY WOULD, THAT
"Draft 258," a patriotic film, Is
holding forth at the Ilex this week.
No doubt all the 258 a who were in
the draft would enjoy a chuneu to
WITH rows of
blnck silk tail
ored braid, satin jfir
(llea, tie Hashes or
hip draperies, these
new Dresses prove
their allegiance to
the new season.
The Dress at
Left of sketch
is of navy French
serge with button
from shoulder to
of white satin. Price
Satin and Straw Combined in
TAKING black lisore
utr.iw for its under
brim and satin in rose,
blue, taupe or gold for
crown and brim-top, the
Hat pictured adapts
itself ideally for be
tween-season wear. It is
finished with self band
and requires no further
trimming. Price 93.5)5.
Turban at $3.50
is designed in close-fittinjj, compact effect, w>
standing ruche of the silk and crown centered
fur pompon. In Taupe, (lold, Blue and Red. Priced at
at $6.50 Pair
THE Smart Boot pic
tured is in a circular
foxed pattern, with blue
kid vamp and cloth top in
the same shade, and
leather Louis heel. Sizes
2' '•> to 71/*; widths A to
C. Price $6.50 pair.
Table Linens, Low-priced
GOOD value in Mercerized Damask of firm weava,
patterned in floral designs, 66 inches wide, 76c
Highly Mercerized Damask of a firmly woven quality
that launders well and wears long; in many pleasing
floral and dot patterns, 70 inches wide, 95c y^rd.
Japanese Luncheon Set* patterned in characteristic blue
shades, light and dark effects—Cloth with half-dozen
Napkins, priced for the 48-mch size at $1.00; 54-inch
size at $1.25, 60-inch size at $1.50; 72-inch size at
$2.00. —HurnHßt Saleroom.
WOMAN AND CLOTHES
Florence Reed Is Btill at the Colo
nial In "Today," taken from the
lww>k of the same name. The woman
In the play pawns her soul for flna
• • •
MKXICAN VIIIAOK BURNED
KOK MOVIK THRILLER
"The Planters." now playing at
the Strand. starring Tyrone Power,
Is a thrilling picture. The action la
laid In Southern Mexico. An entire
Indian village Is burned In order to
satisfy the cameraman. The natives
got rich off the fire, for they were
reimbursed for their loss.
• • *
I>AN CITPin, CABARET <JIRL
ANI) ARTIST MARK A FILM
Norma Talmadge, In "The fihosts
of Yoiiturduy," to mystify Ins the
A DISPOSAL of va
rious kinds of
Nets, Voiles, Sc[rims,
Cretonnes, Silks and
51 15* 254
Also a few paint of
reduced to 08* pair.
THKSK renewed ltgtiu ara la
40 and SO watt siaca,
priced at 201 each.
mi.lAKi M—ltoachw PMrtnka tm
"A K>I»U Mnnkrtrvr."
MIIKKTV — Norma Taimadfa hi
"(.boats of Ymtmli)."
THANK—TjrtM rawer In
MIWSHIN-Dutln rwHn In "North
of jvj "
CI.KMMKB—G*ar*a Wabk la The
COUIMAU-ltonm Inl In *Tt-
CI .AHA A—IUU Hart la "Hdn
H 1 k
audiences nt the Liberty |his week.
Norma dances In a cabaret for a liv
ing until one day I>an hap
pens along, and Norma an<l a yoanf
artist fall In love. She rrnnmlilw
his former wife. They live happily
ever nfter and Norma refuses to
smoke any more cigarets.
• a a
Doro moosKs grind
CANYON FOR PLAY MKI.D
Doug Fairbanks certainly picked
a rugged little play field 111 order to
pull Ills daredevil stunts when hs
picked the Grand Canyon of Art
*ona. This latest film. "A Kansas
Musketeer." is the namJ- of the
film, and Ir now playing at the Coli
seum for the week.
Doug rambles around the danger
ous cliffs like a mountain goat and
stands on his head in sp(|ts where
tourists would never venture.
• * •
"What would we do in this
world without our dreams?"
In that one question is sum
med up an entire essay; as
worthy a-n editorial a» has ap
peared anywhere. Yet it Is only
a single caption In an ordinary
photoplay. "The Ghosts of Yes
terday," at the Liberty theatre.
• • •
KIND YOU READ ABOUT IS
"ROARING BIIX" WAdKTAFK
Dustln Farnum Is the Attraction
at the Mission In a new film of the
land of the midnight sun, called
"North of 83." As "Roaring Bill"
Wagstaff, Farnum makes ii typical
character of the North, such as one
reads about in books.
VETERAN COMES IHOME
R. F. Smith, veteran of the Sioux
Indian campaign of IR9O, has been
Invalided home from Franco, bearing
the emblem of the Amcrlcafi legion.
He joined the Canadian contingent
Send your money into "fJo Man's
Land" with the U. 8. expeditionary
forces. Buy thrift stumps.