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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, July 06, 1920, Image 3

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I Otiljr llrlurw Art Mionn Here
I You've never seen a comedy before (hat is just like
I the one here till Friday night—
LOVX EXPEDr
1; j —-^7^/oris/s.fa abas*/ &nou/~
r* n/S* about Lot* couM 6e> put
#
The rarest thing in comedy is an idea! Thin
picture has it—an idea novel and unique! It
has genuine laughs by the yard! Connie
makes all the world—and you—fall in love
fwith her! It's a barrel of fun!
THE KALDA RUBY"—a Detective Thriller
Matinees. 25c TT7ALLACE on the
After 6:30, 35« iVV CRLITZER
Children, lie any time. Hdldi'
All prircs btrlndd tax. 1 I jot® You Sunday"
Sh f&r Supreme Stage Success-*
One sensation on another in this corking
picture —fortune telling from the inside—be
hind the scenes in a circus tent—a woman's
fight for name and honor—the trap spread by
a jealous husband.
SYMPHONY OROfKSTRA Matlnnra—!sr.
P laving Tavalleria Kuxti- After tM—Uf, balcony 25c.
ran* " Grear and Whitney In < hlldren llr any tima.
I a ijlofJiuni' duet. All prk-ra include tax.
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TODAY'S PIMM J HAMS
i mmn T«im*tfg« in
"Th» U*« Kip«r< "
CI I'MMHi % Into In Dwipr
•*«a (• Men "
f» T K \ S |»—lMmlm r*lrtk*nlia In
"Tl»# MolltrmMto.*'
COI l»KI M lltriorl* lUmhMa In
"Tlin larinn* tflKr. H
HK\ Anlanln Utrfn* »n4 Milk
H»»y In *"Thn UlMtd mi
CHI ONI %|.—Tmjm Mlln In "llrlffcl
M|||«« "
C I AMU A—«nn Mnrrmy In "On WHI
Ihn tHuim," t|mi« Hnmlny
CIIOOHINf] a »tnl blind man ft* the
mate for an old mal<l, and a par
alysed woman with an rar trumpet
to b# the bride of her elderly father.
«era among lh» achievement* of
Hah* Mardcantlft, played by Con
stancy Tatmadge In "The Ixive K*
pert" at the ÜbMty thin «rrk.
l'retty Connie I* charming aa the
youthful love expert and tha pic
ture being an Kmfmon Ix*w produc
tion La filled with funny situation*.
• • •
STRAND
Kuth Kenlck'* ability to ride homo
hark I* on* of tha chief reaaon* aha
w%* chosen for Iv>ug'» leading
* Oman in "Tha Mollycoddle." tha
picture at the Htmnd thl* week Ml**
j Renlck had had very llttla expert
i ence before tha camera whan aha at
\ Irartad tho attention of Mr K»lr
1 twnk*. However. aba man Jiot lack
i in# In tha n'ceaaary requirement*
' ind qualification* for aha boaxtad
taira experience daling back to child
hood.
Seattle tnoria fan* are watching
Mi*» Renlck'* progress with irraat
pleasure a* tha little artraaa won
many friend* here by her clever
, work with the Wilke* player* laM
season.
(I.EMMKR
Attractive gowns may not mean
I everything in tha came of lore Hut
I (hey certainly mada a great deal of
difference in Kllxa'a young life She
waa a girl nobody wanted. Th«n
»he learned how to develop her
• harm How »he did It I* shown In
tha pleasing comedy drama "I>»nrer
Publicity Stunt
Foola Delegates
Convention delegate* in Han FYan
claoo * era riven a big thrill when
I'realdent Wllaon (?) unheralded and
unannounced. drove up to tha St.
Kranct* hotel. Ihe lobby of which wa*
)«mm«d with delegate* Juat at tha
moment when all delegate* were
talking Wilson aa the nun behind
entire politic* of the convention, con
ducting the affair* from Washing,
ton. tha rhlef eieeullve (1 hlmaelf
appeared In their midst.
Entering the buuing lobby an
hour before tho convention opened.
\Vl!*on doffed hi* hat a* th* orchea
tra played Tho Star Spangled Ban
ner," and mighty chee.a ahook tha
building Surrounded by *e*-r*t *er
*lco men and a mul! party of hotel
attache* the president waa eacorted
to th* elevator, wherw It took the
combined foroa of hla *aoort* to hold
back tha enthu«laatir crowd which
milting around him. throwing
hat* In tha air and giving a won
derful ovation.
In hl» hot«>| suit*. the preatdent r»
fuwi to mm all vUltor* for five mtn
ute*. anil then he appeared with a
uah acroea Ma eheet reodlnc. "Nom
(nation for President Stilt Open. FlO
AST) GET IT" It »-»« then learned
that the prealdent *u not the preel
dent at all. but Ttalph Faulkner. a
movie actor, and living llkeneaa of
the prealdent, who waa brine filmed
entering the hotel br Manhall Nrllan
for hla n« Flmt National film, '<lo
and Get It"
ORA CAREW WILL
NOT LEAVE FILMS
Or* Cart-w denies that *h* I* to re
turn to vaudeville. No mor» profe»
"tonal alnslOK and danctns fir On
until after she ha* done at lea*t 100
more picture* and then—the dra
ma tic »'a»e. A* evldenre that Ml«*
Carew intend* to remain In picture*
for at leaat the Immediate future *he
announce* that »be ha* *irne<l to do
the lead In the new Oerraont pro
duction, an adaptation of "Beyond
the rroM Rn«d*." hy Bradley Klnr
Following thi* *he h.i* »i(ned for a
Mir irpecial feature to be produced by
Cecil De Mllle.
MORRISON IN NEW
ANITA STEWART FILM
Jamea Morrtaon. who became fa
moua In hi* boyhood day* aa a mem
ber of the original Vllagraph atock
I company, haa Juat arrived In L«oa
i Angelna to play the Juvenile lead In
j Anita Stewart'a new l>otila li, Mayer
I National attraction. "Soarin* the
j Wind." Other memhera of the eaat
j are Joeeph Bwlckard. Myrtle Sted
| man. Ralph William V. Mong.
Margaret l-andla, Ren I)eely, Harry
,N*orthrup and William Clifford John
i W. Htahl will direct the production
DANZ How. A™ AT PIKE-.
LAST TIMES ■ STARTING WED.
TONIGHT— I 3 2£™®. NI £L »
TUESDAY I - mim E K,LI—
"DDI^KIT
I TAYLOR I
£y.L. I HOLMES
SKIES I , lTh v j s | dei "
o,|<k ■ "
,l " I A mmppT iwumlj of die*.
■ «U"S jt-thkllr* and ni*«v
71(11 DITTO ■ i'-v with » iiiuisii <MT)
lA«U ill Id I -AND
AV-n a KWAnrF I "BOUGHT AND
AND A NOTABLE ■ FOUGHT FOR"
CAST B Wmtrrn I train a
MATIVKE IHc
R KNINO (aftxr fi-10) I7r
CIIIIJMIKN - #c
Aim TAX
THE RK ATTIE STAR
Constance Talmadge Entertains in
Clever Comedy Drama at Liberty
Constancc Talmadge and Conway Tcarlc in a scene from
"The Love Expert," a deli(rhtfully refreshing comedy which
is proving a popular drawing card at the Liberty thin week.
ou* to Men" at th« Clemmer thl*
week.
I.ittle Viola I>«n* luu the rele of
Kilta.
• • •
rOI.ISKIM
How Ftenee nrowrtne, a wronged
wife, cant out by h«r hunharvl. t>e.
ram* a derellri and the niave of a
brute who tried to kill everything
■nod In her, and after drinking the
dreg* of life w»* regenerated by the
pjrathlr po*rr of mother love, form*
th» plot of the dnunatlc photoplay.
"The Fortune Teller." In which Mar
jorle Itamheau w appearing at the
("oli*eum thl* week
Columbia Colo, Oia new American
l«>er Adv.
I-*' '
DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS
feMOfiOTCir
Til.l. SATI RDAY
WINELAND
And Nit Orchestra
—NEXT—
HOBART
BOSWORTH
—in—
"l Wow the Surface"
ICI \
A Bible n wnmui'l weddtn* ring
•lid a dog » collar oerve to identify a
man. mat »»»y on an uninhabited
South Sea Inland for more thnn !0
y*mr». In "The Inland of Iteicenera.
Hon." an untuiual play by Itev, Pyrua
Tnwnjiend Itrady, which U twins
ahown a( the ll»i thw »»k.
Kdlih Storey and Antonio Moreno
•re the feutured player*.
...
• iIUINI M,
Comedy In furnlahed In "Ttri«M
WU«t" th» photoplay at th« Colonial
thin »»k, by the antira »f • •> ntcry
black kitten. and a quaint little
monkey.
/.«<i 11tt» wbo only recently be
oune a wrecn «tar. appear* In the
leading nil*. She la wen tix Hullle.
a little alavey, who (tm thru n
■tranee »erie* of adventures before
•he reaches lore and h.tpplncna.
Tot the flrnt Urn* aim-* the atart
of her motion picture career, a llttla
over three yearn ago. Co'ieen Moore
haa all th* member* of her f imlly
with her at her Lo» Anjtele* home
I ALL WEEK I
FT-n p««e<l Ha a wlcVed
■ "vamp." with nraily H
dlM.trou* conKqurnna
I DANGEROUS I
ITO MEN I
I —WITH— I
I VIOLA I
I DANAI
I LARRY SEMON I
■ In hie newest comedy H
■ thriller H
I CONCRETE I
■ CI.KMMER Ml NIC— I
I JJtmrtin llauiOnian
I l)ir«rl(ir I
nanism
| -UK
B Island
U Of
HRegeoeration"
Now here, is the ex
n citing story of a girl
who drifts ashore on a
South Sea island and
I awakens to find a half
■ .-yivage man bending
Ml over ' ,rr '
wm SOME STORY!
HI •
■ Jack Dempsey
II
9| : "Daredevil Jack"
fll 9th Gplitode
REX
SatUimct&rg Term* Alwaga
|f ■ ■ . ..— ininn ■ ■!—•->, - rr-TT ~=. — » a r— x 1 n —-,-i irii^TriT-ir-nrja»BMMM
SALES NOW j
IN PROGRESS
JULY SALE OF FURNITURE
JULY CLEARANCE SALE OF RUGS
JULY CLEARANCE SALE OF jj
Draperies, Curtains 1
I Upholsteries, Cedar Chests
Lamps and Shades
500 TABLE CLOTHS
In a Sale
At $2.75 Each
i I Hound scalloped Mercerized Table
111 liHvvV Cloths of excellent quality; size 64x
\ Mercerized Pattern Goths in as
| Jjjjßl J sorted designs, size 70x70 inches.
«*,l\'T Are 64x61-inch heavy quality Table
h I / Cloths with round designs, in at
tractive patterns.
Ai ri ?C r 1_ * Extra weight Mercerized Pattern
/\t )!•/J LaCn Cloths, size 72x72 inches. These have
Are 54x60 Hemmed Breakfast Cloths napkins to match.
i with tape striped borders.
Aft? in r u At $5.00 Each
/\t OZ.IU H>acn Imported Irish Damask Table Cloths
Are 69x72-inch good quality Mercer- with round designs, size 70x70 inches.
ized Damask Cloths in assorted pat- Napkins to match.
terns.
At 5? 1Q FarK 56.00 Each
l\l OL.OV L>aUl Excellent quality Irish Damask Goths
Are 56x63-inch Hemmed Cloths in of beautiful design—22-inch napkins to
striped and checked patterns. match.
MONARCH
CABINET OIL STOVES
Reduced for Clearance
Monarch Cabinet Oil Stoves are easily operated—
the flame can be made to heat fast or slow, as
desired.
The bodies? of these stoves are beautifully enam
eled and are easily kept clean.
The large enameled clean-out trays and wide
lower shelf are features that every housewife will
appreciate. '
Two-burner size priced at.......921.20
Three-burner size priced at..... .927.60
Four-burner size priced at..... .936.40
"Standard Style*' Monarch Oil Stoves
Are Reduced.
Two-burner size priced at 918-40
Three-burner size priced at 923.60
Four-burner size priced at 930.40
HOQT'IAM, —Congressman Albert
Johneon leave* for San Frnncl»eo,
where henrinu* "re to bo held by the
Immigration committee, of which
Johnnon 1* chairman. The committee
TOO
LATE
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
yainful consequences by taking
COLD MEDAL
The world'a atandard remedy far kidney
lt»er, bladderand uric acid trouble* —the
National Remedy of Holland alnce 1689.
Guaranteed. Three aliee, all drug|rl»t*.
I.wk far the Ktar RoM Medal
•ttrr ku> accept ae UwiiatJwu.
will rmne to the Northwest about
July 20.
This Week's Beauty Help
It Is not necessary to shampoo
your hair so frequently if it is entire
ly and properly cleansed each time
by the use of a really good shami>oo.
The easiest to use and quickest dry
ing shampoo that we rain recommend
to our readers Is one that brings out
all the natural beauty of the hair
and may be enjoyed at very little
expense, by dissolving a teanpoonful
of canthrox, which can be obtained
from any druggist's, in a cup of hot
water. This makes a full cup of
shampoo liquid, enough so It is easy
to apply it to all the hair instead of
just to the top of the head. This,
when rubbed into the scalp and onto
every strand of hair, chemically dis
solves all Impurities. It is very sooth
Ing and cooling in its action, as well
as beneflcia! to both scalp and hair.
After rinsing out the lather so ere
aled, you will find the scalp is fresh,
clean and free from dandruff, while
the hair dries quickly and evenly,
developing a bright luster and a soft
fluff!nous that uiukos It seem very
heavy.
Star Cut
Table
Tumblers
75c
Set of Six
Thin blown Crystal Table
Tumblers with Star Cut
desiprn, are priced very
special—the set of six for
75*.
Careless Shampooing
Spoils the Hair
Soap should be used very careful
ly. If you want to keep your hair
looking- lis best. Most soaps and pre-,
pared shampoos contain too much al
kali. This dries the scalp, makes the
hair brittle, and ruins it.
The best thing for steady use Is
Mulslfled cocoanut oil shampoo
(which Is pure and greaseless), and la
better than anything else you can.
use.
One or two tea*poonfuls win
cleanse the hair and scalp thorough
ly. Simply moisten the hair with
water and rub It In. It makea an
abundance of rich, creamy lather,
which rinses out easily, removing
every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff
and excessive oil. The hair dries
quickly and evenly, and it leaves the
scalp soft, and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and
easy to manage.
You can get Mulslfled cocoanut ell
shampoo at any pharmacy. It's rsry
cheap, and a few ounces will supply
every membsr of tbs family far
months. ... »• •>.*'? ;
TKtTB *

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