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\\ Imr* .11. .'in-lit l\u.<«» ii s. ■ . i,.mml TUESDAY NIGHT—GOOD-BYE TO Wanda Hawley in "Mist Hobbs'* Wednesday, Thursday and Friday you wCD hare a chance, after many month*, of again seeing one of the liveliest, handsomest, mout winsome stars in Screenland— OLIVE THOMAS IN W t,• fmttiKm 1 m - -* ."*lv Jfl ' ' Mall Meee* r GLORIOUS LADY' Beautjful settings, exciting race scenes—a story of appealing charm and quaint love interest. WALLACE ON THE WURLITZER • Accompanying Muriel Frances Dana. World's Youngest Dancer Matinees 25c. After 6:30 35c, Children 11c any time Ail l"rio-» lim-lihlt Tat EXTRA—AI St. John in "Ships Ahoy" It's the hottest comedy that ever came down the pike, and it's COMING SOON IIIBbIB I ANY LADY ADMITTED Ufree- I TO THIS THEATRE I MEASURING FIVE FEET IN HEIGHT I* DURING THE SHOWING OF I "HER FIVE-FOOT HIGHNESS" I WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY I WE MEASURE YOU IN OI R LOBBY TF^jK? tewm TODAY** riIOUKAMH I. t It K It T V- ft *u«la llawl 07 la "Ml* ItAlllM" ni MMU. fmmm Urmr'm 'KMm •f lha Iftaam." OMJNM * - HAHM l* '' A §»c 11 fr.ltf'j «tt*rlk» (liapllu la - n»# I tIMRfIN " *T'HIM) - t»«rt» Hmmm ta -1W mMr«k '• KK\ l*»la MkMlMll la mi4»M 4|—Mmfm In C'l !•« A HIM daytiai la "Tha Ulh I amiiMMiiwail." • • • MpoMANCX Tl I III' TIIK YKAIIS" IV la th* title of II rlev*rly or rwr*l prologu* which put* tha an dl«no« In Just tha rl«ht aplrlt for "lUwianoe." tha featura photo play In which Doris K*ane la starring at tha Strand thla wwli four nouplea. representee* th* (<>l d*n an*. honeymoon daya. sw**thaarl time and childhood walU. whlla Ml** Klale llrom-h* »ofUy attic* "In tha (k*>d Old Summer Tim*." "Honey moon." "Sweethearts" and "Hohool day* " "Komance" aji a photoplay has lost none of th* spice that mail* U»* lUn production pcpuUr a a a I.IIIKKTV Wnnda llawley ha* proved a vrf popular little atar wtlh l.lberty !>*• trona In k*r rh»r»rirrttaU«>n of "Mh Hobba." the UU« role In the photoplay which i>Uy« for U»« laat tlnw tonight. Mum Hohba la an advanced typ* of wi man She devotee her time lo cublat art. barefoot duncinir. fr*e vera* and nuvlnß h*r Ire* fortunate ; utalers from the pitfall of matri mony. The plot of thm picture reao hea a hllarloua point when little Mian HohtoS hrraelf falla In ■ love with a youn* piano tuner. wl>o ! later provna to he a millionaire's *OO. Wednesday's show liaa for It* feature 'The <!k»rloim J«dy" with itainly little Olive Tbcoiaa In Uie ttellar role. fOI.ISKt M "April Kolly." the photoplay In whirl) Marlon Davlea i* appearing lit tha Cotiaeum, In an Intrenlou* example of a rlerer plot i-on.itmc tlon. It la a atory within a atory Marion Itnviea. aj> the heroin*. haw written iui unuauaj atory for a 8h» at&rta to rejul it to tha editor, and the event* In the tula are unfolded before the audience* e>t on tha arreen. with the pretty writer aa the i lil*f chat acter. the puhllaher tha hero, and the editor u the villain Following "April roll)." whlfh ctowM tonight. KUiue llamriw-mtrin will hw the chief atlractloa at the I'ollaeum In her latest photoplay. The Woman < lame " see «I.KMMI:K Joneph J rviWllne. tha wonderfn; "Id "Miracle Man" of fjeorwa lauii Tuciier'a photoplay, la one of lh« «t*r» to be mil tn Zajle drey's '■un<m» atory "llnlera of tha r%wn." which la tha ar-reen attraction at tha CJemmer thla wiwk. Mr Dowlme plan the role of Anderson, the wV>l nuaer and tat her of th* heroine Kvan before Mr Dowlln* created the Mirhila Man** role, hi* maaterplree, the motion picture prr>fr*«ion reroc nixed him a* one of the ami npttilr haracter actor* on tha acrefa. ICKX Mitchell Lew)*, wti« U appearing «t the R»* Usl* week In "Poof* '.01 d." to the oririrunl lit rone man of tb« »< reen. In tbta latent picture I>cwifi l* »een ft ret a* a miner, work in* In the Rol<l firida. One of It- hi* Hernia In tht* production U lOr fight In tb« N. W. MJOOD. wh»r» ion to reecuc hu friend and partner an J l« obliged to clean out tbe entire nloon. Thm photoplay «v filmed In the Citvude Mountain* ITor»n<e Turner M "the girt." COI-OVLU, The eternal trlanr'e. two women and one man. to a dramatic plot a* old w life lt*elf: but at the wune 'lme It Is i-apaJile of a dif f«rent Interpretation. There are two »o«nen and a man In "Burnt Wlnir" the photoplay a' the Colon jii. but the atnry, written by Bayard Wilier, author of "Within the l-aw" and "The Thirteenth Chair," to handled from an entirely new angle Kmnk Mayo to the fmtured player. PRETTY CARMEL MYERS RETURNS TO SCREEN Ever-thin* to ready at I'ntveraal Ctty for Marling work on the (lret feature marring Carmel Myera. ached uled for neit week Ml** My em *r rived from New York a few daya ago and to anxloua to atand before the ialnera a»raln. He r Initial production to "In Kolly'a Trail." a irtory of mod ern New York, and will be directed by Ttollln Sturgeon . M \KI\V. WMINKMIMt —ft l»\\> »M.\ Av TWO LAST TIM KM' TVKHDAY \ "BIRIT JUNGS" _!**»* m 1*0 ___ ie. Ik mTKR^ oNAL ikHnrK-RMiT c — Y 35** ▼ ■ Bwwßi CONCERT HIJUkJMA M\% OKdIKSTRA nMHMESS JZ_ZZ_ THE SEATTLE STAR • Miss Daw Strong for Anti-Marriage Movement; Wants to Form a Union Marshall nkii.an'» notoua romn))'. "Don't Kver Marry." which will bo nr*n at tha Llbarty abort I y ha* b~-n th« tarr>t for many pynlml remark » about matrimony M ramalnad how«*\rr. for dainty Mar Jorlf !m«, who play* th* nmaway brtd* In "Don t Kvar Marry." to atart an antl marrlajra mov*m»nt with Ui» tloffan tha aamo aa tha title of th« oomwly "In m<,al clmrm marrta** la a fat! or®." aai'l Mum Im« In a|wakinjt of hi* anii-marrUK* movement. "lt'» alwaya tba min'a fault, Man la Juat naturally iWrliful ani) not to be truated Ilia love fnakin* la an II luaion and aa noon aa ha ho* won Bill Hart Suing Movie Producer ANCKI.KH June Sl.—Trtal of a ault for 1100.00®. brought by Hill Hart. mnvla hero. again*'. Thomu 11. Ince movie prorlticar. br fan in the autwrtar < ourt >ex t entity ttart ww hi* own flrat wltnew* lla iIM-larxl a cootrart with lnr« where by ha »u to rwlr» a "alary of 11,000 wwkljr. a nna-thlrd Inlanwt tn hka ooni|«uiy am! |M>.QOO iriaran tr» mrlimitii of Income lu. waa not fulfilled by Inr*. Wilum Karmirn'n nrw ptrtur*. "Th» ScutO»r»." im b*ln( In Ran Ktmvid« valley t'Mrlr |« bark In Holly wood. «'•! . afi»r a two w-»k*' vacm lion. Wtiltam*' n»«t pictur* will b* "Th* Turpi* Clphw" I UNTIL FRIDAY I ■ "RIDERS I I OF THE I I DAWN" I fl A vivid, thrillinjr por- H B trayal of the novel— H I "THE DESERT I ■ OF WHEAT" ■ I —by— B I ZANE I I GREY I * ■ H —with— ■ I ROY STKWAKT I ■ <I.\IKK ADAMS ■ ■ BOBKKT MrKIM ■ ■ JOSKPH DOHIiNO ■ I CLEMMER MI'SIC ■ ■ I.lllOltll S IIAI I'TMAN ■ I IMrwUir H i the confidence and love of a girl who haa ch"«M-n him as h»r Ideal, like the vaudeville nuflrlift, hit make# It din app«sr ln»tantaneou«ly. "Winn It come* to being true lo» m, imp «r« natural horn artora whether they «re In motion picture* or not While I do not *p*ak from • »«i»rltn«f, 1 am a pretty good oh • ( »erv«r. "Girl* let'* i»t tognhur There »re thousand* who think the w/ne \# ' I do L#fa (how otfr strength and i dlarioaa the fault* of thaaa artor ! lover* !<et*» form a union that will • forw> our demands that all men muat love aingly ami only nnrt at a Unit. i lor el»e dou t ever marry " mure ftfler The ml>«*a Kioia In "Helow tb« fturfare" soon to be shown at the Htraud. are nab! to »■« the moat re markable of the kind ever screened. Hchart Uwaortb U the fnaturad pWyar. • • a Dartd Hfliuro hwi offered Rairumy Wallace, the preeent leading man for Mildred lljrrtpi Chaplin In Klr*t Na tional picture*. the juvenile lend In a revival of "Tha ltd urn of I'eter Ortmm ." • • • Mark Bennett tut* »ignod with National to deliver two wme<!) drama production* of five r«-el !«ngih to thai organisation during ihe coming year, e e e "The Perfect Woman" and "Oood IWferenre*" are. two tale Coni**nct> Talmadge damns vehicle* • e e Pauline Rtarke, who l« appearing at the Htrand In "The Couratre of Marg* rvDoone," will he Tom Mil'* leading lady in "The I ntamed." a photoplay now In the making • • • "The Karbarlnn," a popular mag aalne story i« to he fljmed wliu Monroe Mallahury In Ihe* Iradlng role. Jane Novak wUI be Hall* bury a Iradlng lady • • • William Poilltf in "The Servant Qi)»»tlon." portra>* the role of a hiiUer "nu«ter" Collier, hi* »on play* a prominent part In lh» p|c ture • a • Hohart llenley i* directing Wil liam Fav»r»ham In The Sin Tl»at Waa Hi* " • • • /.ena Keefe pUy* the lead In "lied Foiim ' the forthcoming Ftaiph Inr* production - ...«* 1 REX | NOW PLAYING MITCHELL • LEWIS I In » RlKantic play of the Northwest "FOOLS' COLD" Also— Seventh Epinode of JACK DEMPSEY —in— "Daredevil Jack" fcWW ■^|w>:^.^^^^ByNC2ll^^BlM ; : J^Hi. i^^^KKJH Hacker I Seattle's Favorite Juvenile Terpsichorean Artists HI Appearing with Six Other Dancers, and ELSIE BROSCHE I —IN— ■ "Romance Through the Years" ■ A Fitting Introduction to _ Edvyard Sheldon's I £• CELEBRATED PLAY fl Roma ncel Koann Other Attractions ■ H STRAND CONCERT ORCHESTRA H WINELAND Conducting Selections fmm " n.o Fortune Teller" Victor Herbert « STRAND NEWS WEEKLY lIAW H Gets 'em going and coming . 11 n A Miniature Drama nl#)||j||fy H| "CONTENT" rMyiiig ■ By Herbert Kaufman —Coming Soon— "The Sea Wolf" ■ Two Charged With Highway Robbery Prosecutor Fred C. brown charged sam Champagne and Gun Nelson with robbery l«te Monday afternoon. 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