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TiIDWS I'IMMHUMH Linrnn iwn«r« in 'Thu llr«n<lin| lr«m " H KMM» H Ma, AlUmmi t« H#IJ Hi Tm»l " COIJAKt M I>M|lM Mmrl ilMl IMI> Mmy im TW JaiUHnl." >T H % > I*— M»»b*rt 1%. (limiW TM Kr*(lm Vi M COtOMAI Ilk* Jofro im "Yhm WifMnif «»l PMM W.\--Th«> Hruni# •( Tirt»« " LIBERTY "TMK BRANDING IRON" (CeM»yn) Jean i'tr*»r Herfcara OulMa Jam«« klrtiwooa U>ll Klch»ra Tuikar BARRARA CAWTUCTON la the atar of "The ltrandmg Iron." the dramatic photoplay which opened «• the Liberty today. The atory la of Merre. a man who brands, with a branding iron, Joan, tin woman who brlunia to him. Mhe la reactied by tSael. a playwrteht. who la In thr wild* to writ* 4 new play From hera on the picture haa many dramatic angles and the audience ta treated to a real ewrpriae when at tin dlnuti Joan la *>rre«t to chiwn between lit* two men who love her. • • • •CLEMMER *HBLD IN TKt ST < Metro) Mary Ma»«-ti«at»r Mtr Atltaea Stanford Oorg**. .. .t>arrell tfnmm Ha*brfeu< k Ku(h*rfi<r«l Waiter Un« Jud«( Half . Jeha ai. Klitott May Allison. laat seen here as the * heroine of "The Cheat." (MMe to the Clemmer today In "Held in Truat." In this picture Mian Allison haa the roH of « little shopgirl who wtna Hcbes by impersonating a younc wklow who la tn reality dead. The scheme runa along amoothly until May falls In love, and then the com plication* Iwftn. As the wealthy younc widow Mlsa Allison is able to display a wonderful assortment of beautiful (owns, e e e COLISEUM -TIIK J \ll JtlKIl" (Paramount) ■bak«*v«are Oaacj .. [Vufflee illn Whltn.y Peel* May "■k**l.r' Hiiru t.ew Horrlaaa Kh> utMa William CeartricM Douslaa Maclean and Ikwl* May. partner* In fun. come to the Coll aeum today In "The Jailbird." a hi lariou* comedy drama. In which t«ou« appear* aa % aelf oonaclou* craok and Mlaa May hia little country aweet Irart. On* at the moat eacltln* acenaa In the picture occur* when the crook. In company with wm« companion*, or gantxe* a fake oil company and It turn* out that the rrouod tbey thought worthleaa really haa oil. Of eourae. In the end. Doug iMdai a "(O atraicht." e a e STR AN.D "THE RECTI JOtrt«KX" (Paramount* i Srepheai* f-UUnd Jlari®* Da.t®. j Jim Oelaad Ralph Kellard i OniM OrWmar Carlrl* niackvell f Jebn OMaad. Ctoila U« The love of Jim Cleland for hla * young and pretty adopted alaler. Stephanie Cleland. la the pradotnlnat- In* them® of "The Kratleaa Hex," the photoplay at th® Strand. The picture la an adaptation of th® (amoua novel written toy Rotwrt W. Chunbtri It waa drat published In aerta* form In a popular magaaln® and later mad® Ita appearance on the Bidetjn hook form. Marlon Davlea, an Ideal Chamber* type, >• caJt hi th* leading role, a m e COLONIAL "tint VENGEANCE OF HIRAM)" (Vltagraph) Marten Diraiwl ) . , ■Mtrte® Parawl .J A,lc * •""** Heart I'urinJ O * aeyffertlu Ten franklin Perry Mamiont ThsophU® Herbert ratlee Which nationality produces th* ■Mat skilful courtier* and love maker*? The opportunity to obaerve tha different forma of love-making aa employed by English, French and American men of high tyir> la offered In "Th® Vengeance of Imrand." th® Re* Beach atory. which haa been transferred to th® screen,by Mr. and lira, fieorge Randolph Cheater. Alio"* Joyce is featured In thla pho toplay which opened at th® Colonial today. Flint «h® appear* aa Marion Durand, wife of a-French aristocrat, and later the role of hrr own (laugh «®r • • • REX ""the wcvknge or takzan (Oold wyn> Tarian Qene Pollar "TJr* Revenue of Tanmn." which op«ied today at the Hex. Is a e«<iuel to the widely heralded Tarxan storlea by Edgar Kice Burroughs New York. London, Parte'. Algiers and the African coast are In turn lo cations for the thrilling action, and tfrs plot bristles with such evenu a* a deaperate flght between Tanmn and • gang of ruffians, a duel between Tarxan and a Jealous husband, and handto-hs%d fighting between Tar n. -Jt crowd of savage fanatics. buys SPANISH ESTATE Moreno, whj> Is retuTrilng fteld Of feature rtata after >o years on the serial circuit, has purchased an estate In aouthern Hpaln. Denials of marriage, how ever were Issued at once, thus frus trating any panic. Mr. Moreno al ready has commenced work on his first vitagraph special, which Is from a magaxlne story, "The Three «even»," by Perley Poore Sheehan. If r plans to make one feature In flpaln next year. Wheeler Cwikman, Patricia Palmer and Kay Cannon win support lk«»*le Ix>ve In "Penny." her romlng picture for Auditw J. Cailaglian. IvEAL JXEAVS OF REELfoLKCS BY DAISY HENRY r I—Mny Allison, star of "Hi Id in Trn.it," Clemmer; ~ —Scene from "The Revenge of Tarzan," Rex; B—Doris May and Douglas Mac Lean, Coliseum; 4 —Alice Joyce, featured at thei Colonial; s—Scene5 —Scene from "The Restless Sex," Strand; o—liarUara Castle ton as she appears in "The Branding Iron," Liberty. Louise Glaum Picture Opens at Liberty November 27th 2. Parker Head, jr Seattle Star Scenario conteatanta who have been anxiously waiting to se« Miss Ulaum irv one of her late pictures, will be given that opportunity 'when Miaa Ulaum cornea to the Liberty for an engagement, beginning November *7, in "Lovs Madness." a C. tlardnea Sullivan photodrama. "Love Madneaa** Is a dramatic story which tells of the fight of a Rill Send In your MM. td 4r»«» Me and preaent occupa tk>n to the footeet Kdiler, 8»al ll* Star Thi* constitute* your r»«U I ration In th* competition. fWond lie (tikM by (ha dally ln Ihc Haa It:* Star In thta newspaper *irld»l*tty will ba found ad etc* lo contestant* and everything of lnt«re*t to writara who wuh lo avail them •eltea of tbla (pedal oppoetun Ity. Third—Study tba typo af rain moit *uttabl* to t»ula* Ulaum for your atory mu*t fit thla atar Fourth Mak* your *cenark>* aa brief u poaMbl* They may M In any form In wblrh you choose to aubmit them. AdUct along Ihla lloa will ba (Wan you thru ihla nearspaper day by day Fifth N'o ona la barred from tkta cuf teat Ewy oh baa an equal chance lo win. nnblrnuM woman to aav® th® llf ol her huatiand. condemned to die for t crime he did not rommlt Th* trim rang* from the homm of th* uppn at rat* of ndrly to tltr low nit dena of th® underworld An all mar rant h«ad*d by Mitt Moor*, appcara In mpport of Ulm Qlaom. e ® ® WANT NEW IIOI.K P»R MIS* 1.1.A1 M Mlaa Olaum must have a new role And that la tha reaaon J f'arker Head. Jr.. haa offered 15,000 In prl*®« for th® beat threw aceruirioe that will aerve aa a atarrlnr vehicle for (hla actreaa. Ilead haa even Mated that he will buy all acenarlo* he can uaa. whether they- win prize• or not LILLIAN GfSH WITH JEROME STORM Jerom® Storm commenced work thia week on the firat picture *tar ring Ulllan CSlah for Ihe Frohman Amusement compnny The produc tion will bear the trade* mark of "Storm Plcturea."* Mr. Storm ftjr ther qualifies aa one of the acreen "maatera" by mnking two diarover lea, one a atenographer In a New York office, another a pupil In the Dramatic school of N*w Tork. lloth are caat for rolea In the Lillian «ll*h picture, tentatively titled V World Sha/lowa " Walthall Coming to Metropolitan Henry Walthall, one of the foremost character actors upon the screen, has returned to his first love, the spoken drama. Walthall comes to the Metropolitan in person, Nov. 2d, and will ifive an afternoon and evening performance, of "Ghosts," Henrik Isben's dra matic play. Mary Charleson, also a screen favorite, will appear tus Walthall'a leudiny woryun. Loume OUium war it (hiti fetching head gear in "Lovt Mad nena," the dramatic photoplay written especially' for her by C. Gardner Sullivan, the famous writer. "Love Madness" u ill be thown at tke Liberty beginning November 27th. Every on® haa an equal rhanca. Seattle la on* of tha all Pacific Coaat cltlea In th® eontaat. Each cjty will aend thre® irrnarlo* to th® frond Judge®. and th*y will ®elect the beat thre® of all the It they re New Films Maurln® Tourneiir'n peraonally directed production. "The Halt." fea Curing Itope Hampton, adapted by Jack Gilbert from Sidney Tolor'a play. "Th* Tiger Lady." Dorothy I»*llon In "tn Men'a Kyaa." an ad.'iiitntlon of E Phillip® Oppenhelm'i novel, "Jeanne of the Mar»h®a." directed by Frank Heleher from a scenarld by Kathryn® Stuart Wa I lac® Held In "The Charm School." Itlllie Burke In of Rltaabelh," adapted bv Hlmer Harris from Ihe nlory by Hoy llomlman and directed by Edward Dillon Douglas Maal<ean In th® Thomas II Inc® production, 'The Kookl®» Itetum " _ William Do Mill*'* production. "Mldaummer Madness," adapted from Coamo llamlllon'a atory, "Hla Friend and Hla Wl/e," and fedtur Ing I»la Wilson, I.lla !<e®. Jack 1101 l and Conrad Aagel. Th* fieorge Fltzmatirlc® produc tion, "Money Mad." by Oulda lug ger*. Thomaa Melghan In "Th* Frontier of the Stars " DWAN "SHOOTING" NEW YORK CROWDS Allan l>w.m, whoM productions are pprwntwl by Ihn Mayflower Photoplay Corporation, has been startling New York theatre crowds In the Time* Hquare district of late by making movies of them aa they emerge from the playhouses. The process Involve* magnesium (larra, polio* protection,#automobile trucks and the patience of Job, according to Mr. Jjwan. The iccnea urn for his next picture. BURNS ON THE JOB IJetectlve A'llllam J. Hums mnile n visit to Universal City recently to give la>n Chaney, who Is playing the role of the Han Kranrlsoo gangster tn Prtecltte Dean's new picture, "Out side the l,i«w." some tips on the new est tricks of the big city gunmen He told Chancy how the gunmen carry nnd use their wca|ions, their method of attack and the latent fads of the underworld, and these Chaney has Incorporated In his portrayal, Milton Hill* and Ora Carew will plwy the lending role# In the Metro all-Mar picture, "What 1h the Matter With Marriage?" to he muilc from Jack London's atury, "The Little Lady of Uic Ulg liowNfc" HIE SEATTLE STAR cslrs a* the prlte winning rnanu script a. The remaining It will prob ably Include several that H<«d will wish lo purrhas*. If yenj hav# not ilrMdjr written a Icenarlo. i«l buay rind do so at once MISS OWEN ON VACATION TRIP Brena Owen, who has just finished In "ftotwstn Two Thhtvis," in which *>hs supported William Ituaaell. and who ffKfnUy had «m«* of tha prind pa I rol«Hi in the all-atar cast of "Lsvtndit snd Old Isct," Is on h«*r way to N«*w York City. where ahe will remain for two months. Mhr waa accompanied by hrr "mull daufhttr Plttidt, her secretary and her maid. Hefore returning to Ix>« Anffelea she will prr»l»Ahly vialt Florida, and ••jij»ectii to return hy way of Hpo ki|iie. her former home. HPS GOING TO HAVE A REST After playing and singing fur 55 years In every country that bonat* of a modern theatrs, after ajipcnr Ing In opera. drama, iiminly and vaudeville, and after teaching danc ing. muflc and exffrewilon In the lii rue American cltle*. NlcJt de Rul*. who la appearing In "Once to Kvery Woman," with I>orothy Phillip*. anil "Honor Hound," with Krank Mayo, ha* settled In Southern California and announced that henceforth he wyi devote hi* talenta exclusively to IKirtruyal of character parts In mo tion picture*. CRANK TO RETURN TO MOVIKM Altho "Opportunity* la far from the end of Ita run on llrondway. Jame* Crane, who Is playing the leading role, la planning an early return to. the acreen. Mr. Crane hmv romhine photoplay and stage work dnr|ng the coming winter. Thoroughness <7h*r*rt«rt*#« our methods In *v«ry tranwurfion. and our «ii»- tom«ri tr« arrorrtH mriry rour t*«y con«i*t*nt with sound bual n«M Judgment. 4% MM H Raftaga iMnali Aeosuata Hohjort U m»ek Are Oar 41alV lavlUd Peoples Savings Bank R»M)ND ATIL ANI» PIKE WT. MINIONS OF LAW PEEVE NORMA Norma Talmadce bumped Into an Inexorable port regulation the other 'day while preparing to drtuirt from lloston for the West Indiea to »tsr in a first National feature film. Satan's l*aradtsr," adapted from \ndrew Hcutar'tt novel, "Otj I*rln» til*" She had to be vaccinated, lotwllhvtandtng- her firm determi nation not to aubmit to the official outrage Taking Mi|a Taimadge'a will for an immovable body and the law of the Und for sn Irreslatlble force, the an*w<*r to the old conun drum Is that the latter wina. After much pouting and protecting, the mlnlona had their way. but whin per thla: The acar will not ahow when the sctreaa wears evening dre*t Whether It will ahow when she aesra a bathing auit depends upon • whelhsr it la a Mark Sennett »ult or one of the more eonve.ntlonaJ k typea ' "THE SKY PILOT" NEARLY COMPLETED Not exactly travel worn, but still J more than glad to lie home, ] Moore. liavid HutU r and tlia oth«*r members of King Vidor'a "The Sky i l*11ot" ixiiopany have returned to lx>s Angeles from an extendtxl l«Mation > trip lasting more than a month. The I remaining srenes for the picture will Ihe filmed at the Vklur plant In J Hollywood. A BIG, BRAND NEW SENSATION—FIRST TIME HERE i Adboh * h f d tawanl Movie Quizzes (Conrturtrd in Co operation With Aiiociatrd Funt Sational /VfurnJ Opera Una Cavallerl la now in New York u» fulfill her operatic rngagrments for the *eason Hhe la mtrrled and her laat picture wa» "Mad l/ivc." S J. A Catherine Calvert la the widow of I'aul Arm»tr*»ng, play wright. She has one child, a son. I'aul, Jr. Miss Calvert'a lateat la "The Heart of Maryland." Hlythe Kan Krom a long liet of atars and leading women, Tletty lilythe haa U«en choaen aa atar of "The Truant Hu*band" Her latest relrase la a Foi production of "The Queen of S^rba." Hn# la married to l*aul Jt'-ardtin. waa educated In Went lake and California unlverautles. and alao itudled In I*arie. V S O l*aullne Frederick wan married to the mu^hmarried Wll lard Mack, but divorced him recent ly. The handaome PauMne la how starring In "A Slave of Vanity" from the play by Hir Arthur Wing I'inero. Hhe haa bought a beautiful home In Hollywood. California, where ahe la at present living with her mother. K. V. T.—Harry Carey haa a ranch In the Frandiaqulto canyon and hla latest picture Is "West la Weal." which la considered the bet-t 111-.lt IDKAI, MKN AIIK KK4IM WK rOIJJUIIW The ideul mail la aa liard to ilMHTibe aa he I* lo find. KlaJnr ll.iumf r»l«-|ri think*. It la a flrl, alte aa> a, who ran keep fruni klraJUlns Ju«l onfiitar). at i race, nine men; and then M lii( ihoat>polnt< d wli'n they don't 111 Into the kind n«le. I.etvraJlj •peaitlnc. tin* Hrlmlrk atar be lietea lluU khal men, or near ideal men, are lo be recruited Irian llie ranka iif American col lege men. She U)l ahe ilimmu'l rart lor Krnluaea, tho «he could netir loritra a man for ml Itav kftg an appreciation of beautiful and artlatk- arlilei rmi'iila. Tnn prranwnlaJ men are Iter pet alximlnat ion, hut ahe doesn't daa ■ rkiiiilialr ajcauiat hmkonir men. ADAPTS FILM TO FOOTLIGHTS Tod Browning will write an un ! derworld drama for the stage, con atructing It on the plot of hia orlgl nal acre«-n play. "Outside the I*aw," production of which was recently, completed. Thla is the first time in . dramatic history that a motion pic- 1 ture director has turned stago dram stlat picture he haa ever made. The scene* are laid In th* ranching and ! mining country of Arixnna. and the actual locaUona of the story were! u»ed in makln# the film. PAHE 3 Rehire. Pa^er m-ioert htujiding. who wy* chmC for a prominept part in "Pec/x*• Ba4l Hoy," with little Jack Coor/an, »uN fere«l a relapw a« the re»i/lt of hid accident with a ntre«-t car 7 jmo tlmd ago. and had to give up ttr%part . •• • * Roy Htewart will pl.?jr opponltW Pauline Frederick In her new KobertJ non Cole feature, "The. Miatref# on Hhenatone," to be dire</ed by MearyJ King. • • •» The caat to support Betty ComH ttnn in her third independent picturej im tilde* Dirk Jloav-m. Lon Frank Campeau. George Cooptr* Harry DuffJeld, Camilla Aator iiwl Ilert Woodruff. • • • June Atherton. 17-year-old niece of| Gertrude Atherton. the famous nor* ••list, will appear for the first tiflMi in picture* in her aunt'* new prodlftM tion. "Noblesse. Oblige," now undftfl production at Goldwyn. • p • Wanda Hawley ha* completed^ The Knob," and is making prepofMM t»ons to begin on her next HaalaM feature, "All Night Lxmg." ' • • • fta*d "Winter, a newcomer In thej films, i* to play an important P4PW in the next Kathertae MacDoaipjF 'feature.