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aMMaa Try not to miss the picture that a MBBm household word in Seattle— jWBi Mfjp<* t I i>BMHAM Hffl Paramount\ 1920 Triumph— 'HUMORESQUE' It carries a greater appeal than "The Miracle Man" • • » "FOUR TIMES FOILED" , No better comedy could be even imagined! FRANCES DRAGER, Violinist I Tempos is fugiting like everything—drop everything I and rush down to see thi* speedy, exciting, nerve- I tingling romance of raring autos and vieiously-pow- I erful motor trucks, with pretty Lois Wilson and a WALLACERED) K*g3P^jl 1 "What's Your Hurry? I Paramount'* topnotch comedy-drama for this I J Christie Comedy—"Kiw Me Caroline" 1 MA I >OTTE SCENIC— A SPECIALTY Ul Ml tIM! -MODKRN PROIXMiI K TO g WVRIJTZR CENTAURS* TMK PICTURE fl Coming—Klule KcrglttMl In "l*dy Honr'n Daughter" Minn Margaret Turnbull, novelist •nd playwright, sailed last waek for London, where she will writ* contln ually for the Paramount, picture* made from stories by HrtUah author* at the new Paramount studio there Never do anyOilng you ashamed of. Tou cannot tell at what moment the c.irnera fiend may '■■■ be taking a snapshot. # SEAL PAINLESS DENTISTS I In order to Introduce oor new (whalebone) plat*, which la the lightest Wad strongest plate aaown, cover* v>ry little of the roof of the month; you ran bite corn ott tha oob; guaran teed li year*. KX AMI NATION PBXB VrhaWioiir. Mt of teeth.............98 —m B iiridgework ——— M \§ if J %Z Amalgam Killing •*•••••••••«••• >9l PAI.NUCMB KXTKACTION All work guaranteed for It yeara rtave impression taken la Um kornlng and get teeth same day Kxamlnatlon and advice free. tr Call a»4 let Seiasle* at Oar Plate aad Bfllie Wtrt We Itael (ha omt a* Ttaee. Hriaa this U wMb yea. OfM <<eadar* Fraai • te 12 tor Working Pee»u OHIO CUT-RATE DENTISTS tm NOMVAUUfTT IT. Oa»e*Ue IrHW-FaUnn 0% Man Murray"* photograph nf>w hang* In the (tank of England, *he having sold an autographed picture to I»rd Ferguson, head of the bank, in an auction sale for the Bailor*' fund on the ve«*r| on which *he nail ed on her vacation In Kngland. Both David Powell and Monte Blue will be featured player* In the Cha*. Malgne production for Paramount, "The Kentucktans," by John Fox, )r. /n™ mm TODAY'S PROGRAMS UfIKHTY <lu> Klin hall hn| In "The Ml at Itafael.'- riKUMMl—Mltehell lewis la '"Th. af MtlMn." Oil IHRIH--W.il, im la -WHats tear llHrrrf ST HA Ml Dannie ll.rH 'l il<»« esqae" (seeand anhi. (Hilnvni. M...J tolt tm The I«« of the l>kn" O'HKM !■ -A VHI ami Ilia Von*,." OAK la "ltr» far E|«* Wclaa haixlar. "HX'SIORKfHjrK" IN UItKAT I'llJM I'I.AY Kannle Mural's wonderful Wiory, "Humorrsque," which la snjoyln* a lenirthy run at the Htrtuid, la the Wind of a picture which nutkna a InntlnK Impraaelon. It la the atnry of a htd with a aoul for tniialr anil Iha irrmt unselfish mother-lore lhat Itelped him to tha high place he nune to occupy. And of the heauMful «trl who atoort by him Ui poverty and rtchna and In the (treat rrlala of hla Ufa aanwl him from hlmaelf. IIKSKRTS RACING <AKKKK rOK (JIKI, Hreesy autixnolille stories fit Wnl lac* Iteid to a T "What's Tmir Hurry." tha remedy at the Collaeum thia week, la the third popular ra< in* story In which Hold hju Imm»i featured. In thla plrtur* WaltV U an aotn railn* pilot who tfrra up tha tnu-k Ui win a prrtty ulrt, ll»r fatlwr. who imkn auto truck*. dlaapprovra of (iwod d*mnna. 80 Wall)* trlaa a hand at (nomine th* trfick hualnoan and *urc«*d«d In cctlLnf hlnuwlf beautifully In wronit. Comical xltualiona ar* In almrwl am* In th* rod Walll* ir*l* on th* cnod aide of dad and Ux raat la may. Kt'CICVK OHKIKN K.NOOI NTKHft t.HOSTS K'uirene (THrlan appears aa a younir author In "A Kool and Hla URIC ACID CAUSES RHEUMATISM Otie Arid caaaaa not* *ult«rtni auj in. .«i than anything *lm with «hMi th* human flash haa to ro» tuul PiKUaOr no on* In thla a|l ot Chat UTinc. ln*ufflot*nt asardaa maiaarnn la aaainpt from Drta Add aacraUuoa In mm or mora af Ua tmribi* aymptnm* Khvumatlam. Iloadadta. DtWI alt. Llaar Troubl**. r*rtn«nt*Mon la Qm Rowala and tMomach. Hrlghrt Dteaaaa. Hoart Dtaaaaa. Poor Orru hhna. KKMf and BtMw Troo #tr_ ara aotn* of tha mora common alternate >ruu>f from an utaa <4 UrV Acid la tba ayatm. Tha Khtnoya art tha nalaral flltar* af tha blood, and whan lhar art or-ar wottad mad ana not proparty mrry aft th* polaona. tha axcaaa polaoa (ITfte Add) la ah*orh*d Into th* ay» torn and In Urn* rrr»iain«**. Whan thla Urte Arid attack* tba 1 m ■ - b*tw*wn th* Joint* and U>*ra la aa frrar. tha oondißon la known aa m»CITI«AR RHSt'MATTSM Whan II la dapaottod la tha fteova tkaow ■UToaaOac tha Jotata aad eauaaa Inflammation, (raat pain aad ■trading. changing from aa* Jrtnt t* aaothar It la caJl*d ROrUAinCA TORT Rltßt-MATIHM. Wh*a It ra paaudly attack* th* dm »** of tha Jotnta. eaualng m*» pain, though with Unto or no rwalttng. tt la know* aa CHRONIC tUOCITMATIKX. Bdatlca. Ooat. NounUgla. and klpdrxl tlim 111 ar* all r»*alta from Add. brought about by aa Impair ad action of th* Kid nay a. Oat rid «t tha caaa* tt* or*aaa «an not properly fulfill thotr normal function* until thla ooodlUen la raot lilrl Do not doaa yaur**lf with Rh* a mat lam Caraa aad KVJnoy Madl dn*a. a* no p*rman*nt nIM will b* *xp*r>*nc*4 until tha *«i» aa I'll* Add la raaaovad and tha Kldaaya anaum* thatr natural action. Kucha and Macah mallow Com pound la tha gr»at—t Urlo Add eol rant mad* It la not a pateat m*dl da*, bat th* raaurt of tha aoaoma la tad knoarladg* of azpartanrod choan tate and aavaral thouaand phyaldana all onr*r tha country W* har* man afacturad thla ramcdy for II yaara, and th* mai-rdou* r**ulta obtained warrant our claim that It la tha boot romedy arcr compounded for thla purpo** Ona botU* oftan r—»rf* U>* Kldnwya and Madder to th*lr normal haaJth and atraagth. Even tn tha moat aggravated caaaa or thoaa of lon« atamllng. tba Impmvomant ahown after takin* th* fkrot bottl* ah on Id b* ao mark*d that tha traat mant ahoukl no tongar ba oonalderrd an axp«rtm*nt. Sold by good Druggists every place or sent, post paid, by Joyner Drug Co., Spokane, Wash., on re ceipt of price, $l.OO and $2.00 bottles. GONE AFTER TODAY First Ran Always I THE LAW t YUKON I STARTING I WEDNESDAY— ■ THREE DAYS ONLY I A DANCING DARLING I CHARMING EDITH ROBERTS—IN I The Adorable Savage I JOE ROBERTS I On the Banjo I Comedy News H CONCERT ORCHESTRA ■ THE SEATTLE STAR . Appealing Film Play of New York Ghetto Still at Strand Vrra Gordon ami little Hobby Connelly in a touching scene from "Humorrsque," the Fannie Hurst story which w now in its second week at the Strand. Miss Gordon's won derful portrayal of a self-sacrificing mother is the feature of the production. M<mejr," the Dim play at the llri thia week. A* John Hellamy Smart. o*llrlen buy* an uiilMit caafle fur "atrooaph*re~ for hla new novel The Incident* he thru once he movna Into the caatle ara mora tlirillin* than ha ever dreamed of. There are *h«rta. alluring arumrn and vidian oua noblemen ml««l up In tha plot which la a mlsture of romanre, com edy and exciting adventura. MITOIKIJ. IJCWIH UmJSH Ml TIM.MIA "Mutiny of Klalnorw," tha aee«nd luck Uixlon atory to be Iranafrrred to the acrean. la brine *hown at the Ct-mrner thla week Thla la a drama of lova, hate, faar and heroic en deavor Tha art lon takoa plar* on a little aaJdnir veaael. Mltrhell lawn pkya John Pike, (he mate who lialllaa with the mull n>-er* when they try to take over the ahlp; Helen frvguaon la *een aa Weat. the dauithter of the I ahlpX owner; ("juwon Krrruaon aa Dick Hnmei* tha extravagant eon of tha ftklpt-er. and Will Lara V. Mong tha The lut." "WKAKI JNfi" FKOVKB TO RK A HKKO Wearing a "hotted ahlrt" and a cr»*aed pair of trouaera marked him aa a weakling In tha land where only ■trung men aurvlva. Uut It didn't Uika lone for Mornui Klenth to ■how hla Klondike acquaintance* the kind of atufT ha waa made of. He aurprtaed even the bully of the town, whan In a vitro roue and thorn faalv lon ha put him In hla place. All Uila orcura In "The law of the Yukon," the photoplay at the Colo nial thla week In which Kdward ■Carle la featured. Vot»r fyri ffnniard and Olaur» nttr<L llrnken Lentt Duplicate* You May Be Surprised CSome day If your »y«-« •hould decolre you. If* better to prepare now. If your eye# ehould In the least way be etmlned or have other eye troubles, than to have to spend considerable money later and then be disappointed COMK IN TODAT ANI» IIAVK VOIR KVI« KY AMINKD. YOURS MR ItETTF.R EYE* 1404 Third Avenue SEXTON BnOfl. ttINNTANTK IIINNKY IIIMIMi It) I.IHMtTY Ton I ifhl for the laat time (lira KunUtll Young wtll l» *een at the Ulierty In "The Moul of lUifaet," In which picture ahe play* Mart a, a younic Hpanlah convent girl. Wrdneiwlay'* program hrlnga a* the feature attraction pretty Con utaitce Itlnney In her tateat alarrlng vehicle. "I» Kaat." Till* la a acreen vrrwlon of the *taga play In which little M lea Kinney acorvd a huge aucceaa In tha Kaat. She 1* aeen aa Penelope Pen, the aweet young daurhter of a poverty-atrlcken mm later Hhe K<>rm to New York to remedy the family'* financial arfalra From her* aft tha plot bacomaa humorously complicating. 1 Until Friday JACK LONDON'S I Stirring Htory of the Sea "THE MUTINY OF THE ELSINORE" | —With— MITCH ELL LEWIS I Clemmer I Music I IJboriun ■ Hauptman mmaaDW Uliffr ihr A üblir KMfta It .iff* (fowl 8l«wa Final chances—Tuesday night—to see Clara Kimball Young in "For the Soul of Rafael" • • • Wednesday ■KflQEsQß2Bflfl|H brings a dever Hlll^KlfijaHl H comedy produc- HMakB|UUwM tion— H j|K9 * • • "A Trip Through the World's Greatest Motion Picture Studios" 3,000 feet of a real visit behind the scenes at the Los Angeles Ince plant—tells you things you've always wanted to know. RUSSIAN DANCER LIKES MOVIE WORK Theodore Koaloff, the famou* Hiiinlan Interpretative dnncer, hn* bi'cn won quit* completely to th* iuavli-h H"<vrrnl yejtr* 11*0 Knnloff «flf* offered n lucrative *n*n con tract »n<l turned II ilown to ro on a tour of Atmtrnilu and the An l|po<li-H a* a ilHiirt-r. On hla return In. wit* tempted to a email part In "Th* Tree »f Knowledge," di rected l>y William I>e Mllle. Koatoff wit* wwn here with Thomaa M>i(ctuin In "The Prince Chop" and will alno have a promi nent role In the nut I>* Mllle failure now nearl nit completion. The rnrrKrr nutr l» m bed m the thief, but the loeer feel* worae then ell her of them. ARE YOU IRRITABLE? When a pemon lierume* Irritable, complalnlnjc and ovcr-eerialtlve he will find tliat hie friend* be«ln to ahun htm. Irritability I* one of the manlfeata tlona of nervouancKa and It become* worae a* the nerve* Iwramc more unatrunK and approMi h a atata of exhauatlon. No one la Irritable frorn preference and thla elitle la often only the outward rxpreaalon of a Kraut <l<-al of physical Buffering which frlemja do not realise. It la accompanied by hendachea. aleepleaa neaa, nervuua Indication and de preaalon. I,'nleaa It la promptly checked neura«thenla developa. The treatment for the earlier ata«[ca of nervoua neaa aa well aa the more advanced condition. neuraathe nla. la one of nutrition of the nerve aella, requiring a nonalcoholic tonic. Aa the nenn *e( their nourlahment from the blood the treatment muat l>e dlrectnd toward* bulldlnK up the blood. Dr. Wllllama' l'lnk I'ly* act directly on the blood and liave proved of the createet benefit In a irreat many caaea of neuraathenla A tendency to anemia or bloodleaa neaa, ahown by moat nervoua people, la alao corrected by theoe tonic pllla. I>r Wllllama* l'lnk I'llla may be purchased at your druKjrlat'a or they will be Bent by the I>r. Wllllama Medicine Co, Kchenectady, N. T., (mat paid, on reeclpt of price, *0 oenta per bo*. Write for the free booklet, "IHaeaaea of the Nervoua Hyatem." which eqritalna a apecial chapter on neurasthenia. REX NEW AND BIG PICTURES ■■EUGENES | O'BRIEN g A JSF "A FOOL AND HIS MONEY" Aa you go through hla de lightful rsprrlrrava with him you will Ihi nil he'* a* fool at aIL Chriatle Comedy •tlllOl li) A HISBA.VD TKIJ.?- <JV; There Are Reasons Why No Household Should Be Without a MONARCH Malleable j Range The Monarch cooks faster and bakes bet ter, assuring the housewife of uniform results. The Monarch is easy to operate—the fire can be regulated to a nicety—result, superior cooking and baking. The Monarch needs no blacking—a damp cloth will easily and quickly clean every part of the range. The Monarch is a safe investment—with vitreous enameled walls—it will give many years of uniform satisfaction with out any danger of "rusting out.' The Beautiful Aluminum Cooking Set ' Illustrated Will Be Given Free With a Limited Number of Monarch Ranges Sold Now Trade your old stove as part payment on a Monarch. Out-of-town customers can avail them selves of our free offer—we prepay trans portation on Monarch Ranges to your nearest station anywhere in the state of Washington. ' » % THE GROTE-RANNN CD OTTO F WGtL Prrmidmt Pike St. and Fifth Ave. Ltlfl\ I. ri I (I iJ CapL Q. N. Fltxgerald, tale of the United States aviation service, a daredevil automobile driver and air plane munt man, was at the wheel when a high powered oar of foreign make raced along the country ronds near New York In the scenes for "In Men's Kyes," the new picture star ring Dorothy Dalton. ' The itywt danpTouii am a young physician may have Is his medicine case. Thoroughness Char auto In— ear methods In every transaction, and our cus tomers are accorded every cour tesy oonslstent with sound busi ness J»4|unaL 4% AlliHi Subtle to Cheek Alt Ow 4tally Invito* People* Savings Bank OBOOND AT*. AMD rsi Wt. rxui m Canadian Pacific Victoria ud Vancouver, B. C. "Prlnfrm" SlnuhlH Leave Se attle. ('nvmdlan I'arlflr Meek, l"ler 1, Feet •( Yesler Way 9:00 A. M. Daily far Victoria and Vaaeoaver 11:30 P. H. Daily for Vancouver Direct Week-End Trips TO Vancouver Island "The Inland of 1,000 Milra of Wonderland" STEAMSHIP AND ILA 11, GOI.fTOO, MOTORING, BATHING Homething far Every One Illastrated Folder en AppUentlea CITY TICKET OFFICE 80ft Second Ave. I'hone Mala HW E. r. L. KTI*IU>EK, timeral Ageat