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DeMille's [l||]K "SOMETHING TO fmm lllf / H//V/C ABOUT" f Njlul /s here now/ j wan \ Imm Swanson ill Elliott Dexter LtHiHI MHIKI / Theodore Roberts W I Monte Blue \ >|H ilkl Jm JWg~ •€£©•© NLA* MMCA Mmfln™ I T Alwaj* lint for IV IJb<rt> OumM I \ The fascinating tale of a young wife' perplexities \ is here now— J ALICE JOYCEj m|HH Jj The duty of p«ttecuting the husband of tIW woman he has ___ II been enuaKed/o creates an embarrassing situation for the / 7 II in | ;THTprey I /The folly of hot-headedness is driven home in this \ sensational drama of love, emotion, finance and \ politics! \ , ■ [ICK IN HIGH LIFE" ' Flint National Lively Comedy I PATHE NEWS—l'ainleHH Traveling I I COMING SATURDAY—EtheI Clayton in "Crooked Streets" I I Kathlyn Williams With Robert Warwick in New Play at Liberty Kathlyn Williams, the pretty fair-haired .blue-eyed qetreet, comet ti> the Coliseum todau with Hubert Warwick In "The Tree of Knowledge," Miss William* in a Montana girl. Shi attracted the attention of n Western theatrical manager and wan engaged to play email parte in a etock comftany in llutte. Senator CUtrk, the coppt r king .offered to educate her, and thru his generosity, sh> attended th> Franklin Sargent dra matic school, in Sen York. .4 ekiice came to go into pic tures, and Miss Williams joiner! the Selig company. Movie fans will remember her in the jntpular series "The Adven tures of Kathlyn." Till-'. SEATTLE STAR NTKAND Thi»«lpr« Robert. >t*n<lf*.tly hokla i-l.im to tit. titla. "th* N«dltif char acter actor of .llcnt drama." lit. I rol. In IWII de Mlll». production, I tVimethlng to Think About." at the Mtrand. 1. that of an old village liUrtmnlth When ht.yyon* daugh ter fOlort* ttwanaoni Jilt. h.r .weet heart and *lepea with another man the father, In a fit of rag*. prey, that ha will never *e* her again i Fate iiikM a hand. At thl* very moment .parka of hot Iron fly Into I hla .yea and he la made totally blind. Thl. k»i». which take* place In tha vtt!ag. btarkjßnllh .hop, la one of tha beat dramatic bit* In th* pic I lira. • a • (3JCWUBB "Th. Truth" la th. photoplay at Iha Clemmer «Ma week It l« the .lory af a young wife wtio inherited tha gift «r t.lltnjr artlatk naa from a iNaapegTwr* of a father Ifer tmlulgent young huahand doe. hla beat to ah»w tier tha ultima!, ad vantage, of letting tha truth, but the nalva Iter-ky find, fibbing much Mutter M.dg* Kennedy I. Ihe mt|e • fabrt eating" heroine of the .tory. ... I.IHKKTT Klnanc*. Intrigue and a bit of ro miuice fuml.h th* plot In "The l'r*T." which op»n. at th* l.lbert> | today. Allc. Joyce featured In thl« production Hhe appear* u Helen Itenrdon. the daughter of a poor man who haa become an.nared In a flnan | rial pool Khe la engaged to a nam I inf. for dtatrtct at'orney It la to thia youth that the father turn, for nld The incident* which follow are | highly (dramatic, and Mi*. Joyce 1. called upon to do aomn atrong cmo tionat acting. a a . COI.OMAI> No lea* than three beautiful and talented young women appear with Warren Kerrigan in hla neweat pic ture. "Live Kpark*." which open* at the Colonial today I'ir.t there ta Krttai Itrunette th* vlvacioua leading lady. who atao acted with Kerrigan in 'Th* Lord I/Ovea th* Iriah " Then there 1. Ileth Ivana. former leading woman for t'haunrey Otcott and j llenry Miller Zelmn Ma In, pro nounced by William G. MrAd'xj the pretllmt blond. In picture*. al*o ha. an Important part In the picture. • • • HKX | Th* nrttvititu of an enerir*Uc young offlrer of the Knjril North i wfnttrn Mounted Police in rounding | tip a gang of »muggler* in the hania jof the exciting plot of The Cyc lone " Ith# photoplay In which Tom Ml* ix •(tarring at th* K*x thl* wt«k. "EARTHBOUND" TO BE SHOWN HERE SOON fta«ll King. whone powerful utory deuling with llf* nfter death will he shown In thi* rlty til on* of th* lead ing photoplay hou»e* noon, I* very earnest in bin b*ll*f in the continua lion of personality after death. Hl* contact with th* ao-cnll*d aplrft world neeniM to he o mutter «* »lin pie to l»lm a* talking over th* tel«. phon* In to ordinary mortal*. It In beotuw of th* *mrn*ntn*n« of hi* be. lief that "Karthbound" I* ao power fill in It* unuitual appeal, for Mr. King wrot* Into th* atory conviction* that, to hlin. are real. V "Love Jnisußcd crc ~Y \tarvey / \reck. Write Synopsis So Reader Will Know What It's All About CONTEST RULES I. in >m»r name Mtd uml pr«wtil omipalion l« Ui« ( (.ntr«i Kdltm. Tha Hralllf Hlar T1»l« n«»Ulut«i your registration In the t. lU< ffuMrd by Uh< daily acreainla In Tt»e Hlar. 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And here In why th* aynopala form In preferable to that of th« continuity form: No two produrera go aUiut the production of a picture In the m»in«* manner. Ka<h Hun Itn own acenarlo atuff. and ita own continuity atyle Further than thla. MIM director* never work with a atllted form of loim&tio, pn-frrrlm to ahaorb the aosnarlo, preferring to abaorb the way. TKI.li NTOKV KVMTI.Y The main Idea In to tall the atory no that Uie reader will know eaartly what you are talking about l»o not uw too many character* and avoid "mill'an dollar" aetN Mow rvrr. in thla latter connection do not minimise your atory by leaving out Register Now! w« —i—in Niim, NmIIW Itori I hrrfht »n«#r IH# RftllU Mm-J Illrwl. 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