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I You liked these clever fun fttara ho well in their I two previous plnyw that you will want to see them I atrain this week in u comedy that simply radiates a I good time from start to finish— MART) ANKLE WITH DOU6LASU«SLEAN ori/May Pemrmber Ihem in 23/« UoutT' Leave"? I SYMPHONY O.C„ ES ™. I I 31 artists under Reginald Dunn, playing "Apple Hlo» I I soms" and "Oh, My Lady." I BRACKEN TO DIRECT NEW STEWART VEHICLE The yeteran ffirrlor, Bertram Bracken. haa algned to direct Anita Stewart in bar forthcoming rim Rational picture, "Harriet and tha Piper" from the story by Kathleeo JHorri' A notable ca«t IncJodirg Ward Crane and Byron 11 una en haa keen assembled by Brarkeji. Bracken recently completed direction M "The Jttaak." at Setlg, which faaturee Hcdila Nova and Jack Holt. "The ConfetnloQ" la another notable bracken sureeea. NOW PLAYING— -4 DAYS "KitT ONLY B S?rS t Romance and adventure in Mexico— wherein Mexican knives prove no match for American fists J. WARREN KERRIGAN 'A White Man's Chance" ON THE SAME BILL MARTIN JOHNSON ADVENTURE PICTURES "SAVING SAVAGES IN THE SOUTH SEAS" JOE ROBERTS The Wizard on the Han jo CONCERT COMEDY ORCHESTRA NEW SCREEN LADY AHTiara MAGAZINE That humor U • paramount factor fn the nma of motion pictures la Bracken's theory. Every m serwus aUuatioa. be d» lares. should perfoma be lightened by comedy re'jef. He deciarea that tha ktmii la no medium for tragedy. that the «tory to the thlntr and that tha atar erstem I* not d satined to p.iaa out ot vogue. Edith Roberta la making a film eeraton of "Dod4~Hle Diary." P" thousand extraa are used In one scene of Tun Moore'a "The Oreat Accident." hwa 11MH\ * MUX. HA** I Ifir Kl \ - |.»(M Mil 111 th* iHir#- »lr» II ' I I KM %f It 14 Unlm t.Uum In Mm, !•>•* ui l»«rii Mv m Viry'» *n|»k" ! HTK%M>- Uul* Hlrnxm't ( 'TrumMff |»laml " RK\- MmmhrnU M«llM « Th# Hlv9f'« fcutf ' lOK'Vhl, J Kmi|M l« \ U llllf >1 ui • I Initio I'Uim \ ■l>«i»r« w ( tMlatlll lm 'T*# V%«4to/ IVwr#!! • OI.ISKI M H'K waa a prnmlalng young doc tor, bul ha larked (wlknli •ml hi* cloaoat rhuma rafuaad to accapi hi* |>l 11». avan whfn thay wnra of' fared for nothing Than fato throw • rlnh utirlx and a pratly arirl with a apralnad nnkla ai-roaa hta path, and thlnga l»«gan In hum Thai'* (ha plot of tha lataat pie lurr provtdail for iMiuglaa Marlon ami I tori* Mj> tan of Uia clavar«.»t plyaera on th» aoraan It la rilled "Vnry'a Anklo" anil la being ahowti at tha Callaruin Una w»rk ftTKVNIt Tha million render* who h«»a an Joyed Motion t/Oula Bta\atiaon'a moat popular noval, "Traaaura (aland." will r» ni«mt*r tha old ' llanbow Tav am." In which tha opening apiawlaa art- lalil It waa auppoaad to ba lo naiad on tha rocjty Knittlah moat ami lo ba a Matva for M-afarlng man. In tho acracn varamn of tha famoua ali ry. which la delighting audience* at tha Htram.l thin waak. Maurk* Tourgcur reproduced faithfully tha ancient lodging hnuaa- Kor hla location ha eboaa a plaoa along tha California noaat whara rorka ami aamltmn run out Into tha ant and which la ao dangrmua for navigation on that account that It la nalla«l "th» graveyard of ahlpa." i»B 'hi* blank *i«.t Mr Toum«ur er«< ted a building «if MU'«<o modeled faithfully after tha daacrlplion ni tha tavern In Traaaura liluml" »«r paople. by tha w«|, know that "Hag hnw Inn" waa namnl after Admiral John llar.how. an old tint a *e» fighter In tha Knglkah navy. a a a iikx ikkx ChmrUm Wo*t. to bo tho mont r*p*rt pnrtr«v*r of 4opo fiend port# in lh« rmioirjr, ploys tho roll* of IHrtor Klrkatonc. tho opium knotting *o* of Ju\m« Klrliatono In "Tho TUtor** Knd." pirfurt*ofw>rt of J* mo* Oliver rtinrowl • ftmoua i!of> wtUch la ohowinv «t tn« I;n thi» woofc. Tha *cuon of tj\» play retnlvae around an outlaw, hla Itr:-naonatlon of tha officer who captured him and died, and hla itrugfle to find paar and happlnaaa gl "Tha lU*er*» End ' WOMEN FIND IT FUN TO DYE FADED GINGHAMS, DRESSES, WAISTS, STOCKINGS Millions Using "Diamond Dyes" and Turning Old, Worn, Shabby Garments into New Awful prieea are teaching women how ra*y //tf |U it Uto turn all their old garment* bright and / C32r) n«w with "Diamond Dyes." ft)*sß IJ R ITonae draaaea. (infhaaia, aproaa, atoeV.nfa, waiata, \ F f *«»*••. rikbooa. akirti, tweeter*. children* coats > ./ It draperia*—er.rythiag aaa bt d.a»„n<l dyed into beauti- I /if I ll '"I. "p-io-dala. stylish affe,u. whether they U wool \ i f I Ij or ail*; I.Ben, action or nue<l good*. \I J >V The EHrertloa Book la pvkac tail, how to \JJ L U dlamead dra oeer in eolcr To watch material, bare // w drufjUt abow you "Diaaioed Dye" Color Card. * I c ™t g ~m ShffiSS The Season s Motion Picture Sensation— H ■ _ ■ TODAY—and ONLY ■ I husband's You O -M I found intend I fw VmC2) I " rr own t'whings I —IK 'J>y vyV ■ returned like a boom- n (H-■ erantt to strike the D ■ lovely Adrienne H Cecil B. SEX Dc Millar I I ■ MYRTLE STEDMAN ■ PRODUCTION ■ —— E HlflTtf /<it k tr/*r* I CLEMMER MUSIC I WHY CHANGEI " b^sr mM I TOUR WIFE? ■hhhhhwmmmmm TO THE THEATRE PUBLIC - THE RIVER'S END, here this week, ha* again set the Public talking. It is just lately that it played a local playhouse where it was acknowledged the hit of the year. The REX management urges that you accept this final opportunity of seeing the YEAR'S GREATEST PICTURE— "THE RIVER'S END " HEY THE SEATTLE STAR TUESDAY, MAY 4. 1920. Tom Mix Performs Hair-Raising Stunts in Picture at Liberty "Il't funi as eajty as it look*," declares Tom Mix, the dare devil cou hoy star. And from the photograph it certainly appears simple, with Tom sitting there at you would in a porch rocking chair. At the Liberty this week, Mix is ap pearing in "The Daredsril," <* Western picture, filled unth thrills and romance. Mix plays the role of a young tender• foot, who arrives in Ihi West determined to "make good." Be soon accomplishes his purpose, and u ins the, love of a pntty girl to boot. A lev* lnt»r*«t I* wnvm into »h» |>tar hy tha mutual attraction of lb* m»w|upnnl»r and th» »Ul»r rf tha awn who## nun* h. hu wumil I.«u Hu>n« U Mwn In th* liadin■ 'ml* of John Kri'.h, » an <«d for mar ' d»r. (1/JIMKR Kor <>io bljt thoatra aewn** In '>i * ll»* J. r*arV»r I mail Jr„ pic. turn In which I/uln OUum i» »lai ring, all tha available Jlcnuhnwn danrwr* war* rof i«t< bjr Mr lloid and unitnr , tha guiding hand (or mth«r f»*t) of T»d Hhawo *u an otalmr*;* (irwlan danc*. with a irp#c.t»!!y built aatung which waa wrttian by C. Oartlnv Bulli>an aapn-ially for Mln (Slaum. 14 U>a *tronc<wt vahida In which aha ha* y< api.*mr*d. "H«*" la l—itig altown at tha Clare mar thla wt«k. . • • C OI OMAI. I J Warr»n K«*rrl*»n f>"» to Ico U> find th» flrl of hla druffli and win and w<«> hor In hla Inlmlt *W» atyla lt'» »om» funk lha hand *>m* h'm «jwlirn« hlm»»tf, for thrr» ir# pltfalia aplenty Into which h» la I»'1 by M'xtnui «waina who haw iloalsna on tha aa/na maidan'a h«*rt and hand. ll™ Amtloin brsirta and br»wn triumph ovw a hand of Mnlain uuin**lna ta told In "A Whit• Man'a Oianc*" whleh open* I at the Colonial today. IJtltan Walkrr, «h» of tha dtmplaa tilo* vyaa and roldm'h*lr. la Kar i rlgun'a iMidlnc tody. ndure Pa^er f!ll*en Percy • I«a4lnf lady for William Russell tn lt to Me,** has been signed as a star by William Fox. • • • Gladys nrockwell has ntarted her thirty eighth picture under the Wil liam Fox banner, tha working title being "A Mister of Salome.** • • • Vivian nirh. Is at Del Montr. Call fornla. making exteriors for "A j World of Folly." • • e PaJm Beach recently reported the engagement nf C'onstanca laima4lce to Ilia rompoaer, Irv ing llerlin. Mhta Talmadg* with others of her family has been «pc«iding a vacation al PaJm ll*a«h. • • • Having completed "The Great Ac cident." Tom Moore 1m worklng on a film version of "Officer 668.** • • • "T>emocrary- The Vision Re*tor- M." Is the title of a new film by I>ce Francis Lybarger. • • • Agnea Ayer* Is to star !n pictures directed by Marshall N>llan. • • • rotty Moran la to start work -on another eerie* of Western slapstick ! comedies. as Sheriff Nell Bha'l to he remembered for her good comedy In another series as a girl sheriff named : "Sheriff Nell." e • • Thnda Barn announce* she In to head her own company this summer. In the fall. Miss Tiara Is tn go on the stage ngain In a tour with "The Itlue Flame." • • • Matt Moore will appear with Flatne Mammereteln In "Whispers." • • • IJoyd ffnmlltnn, formerly of the slapstick comedy teem "Ham end Bud." la making a series of comedies a lon a see Maurice OoetelK), whose screen fame still lives, despite the fact that tie has been more nr less In retire inent for some time, will mark his return to the screen In a leading part In "The Wilderness Fear," to he produced shortly by Helznlck Pic turea. • • * Wallace Hold, having completed "Whet's Your Hurry?" has started work on "The Charm BobooL" MAN DRAGGED | BY CAR, DIES Portland Coroner Will Probe Street Tragedy POHT!.ANr>, Or» Mnv CW«> ttNtr 4,ml Hrnllli will (OtiillKl an In miaal tonight Into Ilia nlath of W It l(lnnr). whn wn« fitally Injur#') lute VMtnrituy afternoon lllitnxv illtmiilhl !o hn#H ft ■ Irmt «w, iiil«m<l hl» footing awl *u balrift <1 il along by tha <ar wl»n A K Hu<lw*||, |n »n automo tills, atruik Hlant-y, nnxirdln* to wlt ii«o*c» nl Ih i» avoidant. llinlwt'll h»«l hr«n driving an au toniohtl* ulnrw ftuturday ami l>a'l iur»d a temporary llrrnaa only an hour Im fnrti h« atrui k lllanay 60 Days in Jail, $5OO Fine for Sam Htm <*t»ln withdrew hit former pl«*A of n<>( itullty to charge* of violation of tha naroode law and antrred a plaa of utility, thua hrtr.r In* upon hlmaalf « M-ntvnr* of daya imprlinnmrnt and 1600 flna Tn IT. «. oourt, yaat*-rdajr. I.Ann ANT'K Or# Fireman nf»M Hlrkford kitted and 11 In jured In wr*rk of i> W. It. A N. puwnitr train MONTKBANO Ma J K. H OIJI of In launrh Hriv« Jw new Amnrl'jtn b|U'H quarter*. GAIN WEIGHT ANDSTRENGTH * With Bitr©-Pho»phate on $3OO Guarantee KHW TOItK If roll ar» f»»ltn# run down, wtak nrrvoup, tfr*d-tn «hr-fT.nfn!nn. and generally ailing, th*i» tr<- th* eymntoma that alvo'ld »trn you to teae c«rt of your | healt|i I "'if pere-nn If* every 'rn •r« no«>4lr<| nxtr* phoaphorue In their t «.'i • » When you ••• thin an-1 frat fui p»« pl«, or Utoae who »rn immie, pate, frail. oft of ' Inc In rn«ffy you n»a y look for the • ' ' «-nta that make I for a atrong constitution Home people. %rtrf felyU'f upon prtparilioni composed chiefly of •alt*, qutntn* drastic dru*». Iron. «aiomel. «od liver oil. #♦«., wondtf why they And no benefit. That l» easily by the fart that • ueh pef» tit nt«d llit phosphoric fUin'nl, which '« a moet potent •••ntlal to health, and eontalned in isiTHO-t'HoM'IIATE. tha fa»nou# h»aith t>r< r aration Now obtainable every wf»«rt right thing for you to d« li mak- a trial of BITKGk I'M* >»- I'IIATK bfiutninf at once. It '•» not a p«(«nt medicine. tb* formula la t>reacflbrd bt 'iiany phy«lc«ana for the ailm-nt» « »d *»ikn«Mfi men tioned above With a vary bo* of mTTtO-PHOH FIIATF. are a t~*r elmple health rul*a and a IJ 00 guarantee lluy a bo* of ItlTIlO riTosrilATK It la rold and recommended by all good druggiate everywhere. How Thin Folks Can Put On Flesh If yon are « «ak. thin and wad- | atad and can t put on flaah or *et , atrong. no mattor fcow much you •at. iro to Owl l>rnt <*«. and t ! enough fttood'lran Phosphate for a thfett w« r-ka treatment and taka It | aa d»fe<-trd. If at the end of three w*«-h» votl don't feet an-i better than you ha?* for month#; If your eya« aren't brighter and your nrrvaa ateadier; If you don t aleep an j your vim. vigor and vi tality aren't more than doubled, or if yr.tj haven't pot on a#reral paundi of gcxxi e'ay-there fleah. you ran have your money haek for the ask ing and Blood-Iron Phosphate will eo»t you nothing , IMPORT AS T n\oo4 /ron riia»- pKntr it aold only 4a oeifTtnoi ptck tprn, evntiimino moupH for l\rer verJrt' froiiwrfil, at ll.jO per park i ere- onip St&c a wttek. BIG EATERS GET KIDNEY TROUBLE Take a Class of Salts before breakfast if your Haek Hurts or Bladder bothers you Th# Amerir*n men and wonm mum guard «on*tantly agnlnst Kid ney trowbls, b«y«UM wa sat 100 much and all our food la rich. Our blood In filled with uric acid which tha kid neys strlvs to filter out, Ihey weaken from overwork. l»e» otne sluggish; the elirnlnative tissue* clog and tha re «ult ta kidney trouhla, bladder weak ne** and a general dacllna in health. Whrn your kidney® feel like lump* of lead; your hack hurt* or the urine la cloudy, full of aadiment, or you are oblige*] to eoak relief two or three time* during th* night. If you strffwr with sick headache or disxy, nervous spell*. acid ptomaeh. or you bare rheumatlnm when the weather In bad. get from your pharmacist about four ouncen of Jnd Halts; takt a tableapoonful In a glas* of water before br«-akfost for a few days and your kidneys will then aot fine This famous nalte In made from tha acid of ippoii and lemon Juice, combined with lithla, and has been used for generations to flu*h and stimulate clog fed kidney*; to neutralise the adds In the urine so It no longer Is a source of Irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Halt* In Inexpensive; cannot tn- Jure, rn>U<cM ti delightful cffcrvencent llthia water beverage, und belong* in every home, because nobody ran make a mistake by having a food kidney flushing sny time. POSLAM EAGER TO BETTER YOUR SKIN'S. CONDITION It Isn't the quantity of sny rem- ' edy you put on your *kln tn h»'al the (Unorder: It In th« Qt'AMTY 111r«t works the UMlrtd result", and In quality Poslam excels. Sstisfsr linn from Its uir comes hftciusc l 11« )ir-h 11nk powsra are ronci»ntrated And Jiih( h little dor* *o tnurh. Try this! Spresd Poslam over that Itching skin affection at nlirht Then dismiss the trouhls from your mind Bleep soundly and. next morning. examine the skin and see Jllft what Pnslam has done. Hold evurywhcr*. For free oamnle write to rtmergency laboratories. 243 Want 47th St. New York City And Poslam Soup, being medicated | with Postatn. will benefit! your skin I while used dally for toilet aud baiiv. J • 4-r* g» t«* turn Intmrty i» •«*»#• i<h«4 b<lvW# I Here Now—the clashing, daring interpreter of I l|^Kj "j/ie rbff/a/icv cf a 7/ardboill^^ndir/oot TU^AREE)^ m x IA ,M "y6ri//s wi/f p/ay * >»• IbSh 1 //]} M- ''t/anApe (Doodle" H 'PM i ul( y wmm °* sp,nm ' I'eats amazing and absolutely novel! WALLACE on the WURIJTZER playing KitigibbonH' "Do You Know?" HARRISON FORD WITH MISS HAWLEY ilarrlron Ford hu been encagM for lb* ml* of leading m»n in the furth<mnlQg IteaJart picture. "Miss liobbe," which will be the final (tar ring vsliirl* for Wanda Hawiey un der the llealart banner. The play la by Jerome K. Jeroina. and ran ■ uncMSfully In New fork nearly 20 year* a*", with Annie Kuaaell. In the title role The arreen version of this cornedy ha* been prepared by Rimer Ilarrin co-author of "So Iconic and "Canary Cnllff." ami Experience the Joy of Making Music You would give anything if you could play the Piano, wouldn't you? Yet right within your grasp is this pleasing ability to play—to make music. The Player Piano makes it possible for you to enjoy the whole category of music from Handel and Rach to Victor llerl»crt and Irving Berlin; makes it possible for you to experience the thrills of playing any music you may desire yourself, irrespective of whether you can play a note on the piano. No technical skill or training is re- Suired to play the Pianola. It plays for you un er your guidance and with your own expression. Every musical effect is at your command and completely under your c-ontroL Wonderful, isn't it? Just think of the pleas ure and genuine enjoyment, the inspiration and satisfaction that a Player Piano will bring into your life! . 1 i We have Player Pianos to suit almost any purse. We carry the Aeolian Co. line (the fam ous Pianola and marvelous Duo Art). With the convenient payment terms which we gladly ar range, it is today an easy matter to own a good Player Piano. Sherman, play & Co. Third Avrmir at Tim . SaatUe Turarn Spokuue Portland r up to the minute touches added M the original play wbkh makes it 8» usually sparkling. MISS MINTER TO T. HAVE VACATION Aa p°on la nha ftnlabra work Ml her llfth picture for Rcalart, iMh .«! nee taat AufwL Miss Mary HUM Winter win enjoy a brief racatk* She IS considering the plan of malt Ing • trip to Honolulu, staying about three weeks on tb* Island far a oronpleie rest.