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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. l«2t. SECOND NEAR SENECA 1. The girl from the South Sea® 2. The London ' ! young artist » pearl - smug- B gling father. m 4. The artist's |JJ?? P_/ lovely tiger — 2 5. LET'S GO \vj, AyT SEE N-fV MAE MURRAY and DAVID POWELL IDOLS-CLAY' » Only 2 More Days of This Sunny South Sea Isle Langorous Romance! Strand Orchestra Chester Outing Scenic VndfT "Home More Samoa" Mischa Gluschkin Comedy Playing *T.«p«fcna" Htlu "Nhe'« a \ amp" COMlNG—"lsabdle," or 'The Trail's Knd" REX! MB a*»ieevnwTv ■■ riH«rc HH j 9 "BEHOLD EE mm MY WIFE!" S TN will W WMH at tkla nftlag •« HHH LB klw hl«»< mm* rr4 bh ■H MW4I |HS ■I Cm4r ■■ SB Tiir. rArrivtrixc ■■ HH (AITIVK- ■■ ■HBlfl WHAT IS YOVR SUPERSTITION? v „ ,j, nm Do You Cram Your ». Are Afnud to Haft Finders to Keep Away Under a Ladder? (£ DevU? FORGET YOUR SUPERSTITION AND SEE "THE HOUSE OF THE TOLLIH6 BELL" FEATURING MAY McAVOY AND BRUCE GORDON v(J i imfwq COLONIAL rnMFiw ORCHESTRA LUItIE,L> I a K. W ineia/ul, Director . - . .... —— t >;/-«■-■»«.ririr.m «>.uu. at laaur.- .-i. Alcohol Calls Out Fire Department Alcohol flrea built In the liaee ment of the county-city building Tueaday aftrrnoon to teat the new fire alarm vyrtrm. Inatalled at a mat of |1.««0 generated aufflcletil heat within IS aecond* to aet off the flr*t hell Four minute* later tha fire department responded. There 1* oomcthing wrong *«mr where when the night latch faiia to yield to a buttonhook at I a. m. rn I c UU L U O) "Pape's Cold Compound" is Quickest Relief Known Don't »tay atuffedup* Quit blowlti* and snuffling' A do*» of "I'ape'a Cold Compound" tikm every two hours until three doom «re Lalen uaually break* any cold rlitht up. The very first do*« opens cloinred nnatrlla and the air paaiuutm of the head: atopa now running; relieve* the hcndache. duUnme. feverlahnean. •Tape'* Cold Compound" coat* only a fevr rent* at drug atorea. It aria without aaaUlanc*. taslea nice, ron taina no qainina. Inalat upon PapeV /PiTOhe IMM TOIIWS PIUViKAMH i»ini « i mNmiivn IJIIKItTT "lot*. Il»« uD |to liate. It HtHHfM raniNlr, n.t»«»«■ tt /no i,n ( i -ru» i r. Tmll " <lll I*l.l *-«,!, I* llmunn la "I »- >pfn I nfrM ' UTRANIk- H*. M.rn.) anil 11.,1 d I'.mrll In "Itlnl* at I lay." (OIOMAI Ma, M. a»rf Urn™. 1...r.1.-(i In "Tho lUum> Sf the Toll Inn Itell " 111 \ Mabel Jalleaa* IMI In "fV»- I 1,..1.1 M. H If. '' ft IMI It ..(IIIIIN f»n. I.r*r> "The I IV TrKil." II I I I Mill NK Tt»* rwMiian Thing " K ■ • • • • •rpilK llOfftK or TIIK mi,t, A IN'il RKLIi," th* photoplay which Bptlu ti*l»y at the Colonial, In k (train.i of lova and tnvatery. It I* baaed on *up*r*tlil(>n, ttmt cltinlvr ...>lll.l hini! that can ha found In ev rrybody'* makeup ll* main spring* of action nr. mjr» tcry and «u*peni«*, It* local* I* laid | In the old South, when superstition la rlfo among the negroe* and th« I white*. "The llouae of tha Tolling Rail" la f n amooih running, quick moving | drama that wrovea the Southern i nuperatlUon Into a *U»ry of pathos and human Interest. The fcalured player* are Mary Mo | Avojr and Ilruce I iordoa • • * STRAND "Idol* of Clay." th* film play at th* Strand thta week. (V*l> pretty [ Ma* Murray aa an un*«phl*tlcatrd I daughter of a Houth Sea Inland pearl ■muggier, who In time reach' * the | height* of lamdon noclrly. and In th* end t* rescued Ju*l In time from 1 a horrible extatanca In a Chine** den In the l«inhou*e slum*. I>avld I'owell ha* the role of a vuung Kngllah *culptor who ha* l"*t j ult fallh In women and hla art, but ( i regain* both thru the devotion of the ! girl from Uie South Seaa, • a a CIJCMMKK ! Zane tlrey'* colorful »tory of "Th* 17. I" Trail" I* Ih* featured picture attraction at the Clemmer thla week. All the mnuni« and glamor of life a* It wii* lived In tha Rockies In Hie | frontier day*, with all It* rugged splendor. I* presented on the screen In a colorful, faat moving pano run* An unu»ua'ly large raat la headed by auch well known and popular j players aa Hoy Stewart. Marguerite I** Motte, Kalhlyn Wlllkmt and U 'bert M- Kim. a • • I.IRERTY Chartlc Murray, In Mack Bennett'* Intent flv*-re*| comedy, which la now being *hown at th« I.lberty, haa enough alibi material to laat any rea sonable married man the reat of hi* natural life. Murray playa the role of a )ndg« who, by hi* gtft of gab, untangle* the marital woe* of handaom* Georga OUarn and pretty M*rte I'reyont. I'hyllla Haver, H*nn*t('a blonde beauty, and Ford Starting also par- UcJpata In U»a fun. aa • . COIJSKT* Roaemary TTveby and Sylvia Rremer are the beat of friend* off the arreen. But In I'nnwn Force*." the picture at the Coll**um thla week, they are qui la the opposite. In her role. Roae mary wed* Hylvla * cinema Invar. but Sylvia geta bar revenge thru utu»n --[ ny powers. j Conrad Nagle la tha rauaa of tha j rivalry. ' Retiring Prosecutor Open* a Law Office Kred C Brown, recently retired u prnaerutlng attorney, and Oiarle* B. Ctaypool, formerly a deputy In Hrown'a office and at one time judge of Ihe superior court of Thur* ton county, have opened adjoining office* for the general practice of law In the t,yon btdg fcviff Dig a Uo«<l I'uuloptay Now Playing Mack Swnelt'* ■ Five-Act First Ml % - \ National Comedy I LOVG. /wk ° r Krrin * " J ♦ Husbands and ■ ■ *- TL Their Wives! Honor x ud I The A lively two art drama B I ami 1/ Von mf ll.Tb.rg M Coming u l """ THE SEATTLE STAR Mabel Julienne Scott Faithfully Portrays Character of Indian Maid Mabel Julienne Scott, the pretty heroine of "Behold My Wife," the film play at the Hex this week. Mum Seott is typic ally an "outride girl," ami her portrayal of Lali, the little In dian bride, who becomes a society belle, is a real bit of art. "Hehold My Wife" is a scre> ft version of Sir Gilbert Parker's stirring tale of the Canadian Northwest, "The Translation of a Savage." Bill Hart Now Leads in Star Popularity Contest Tti" bleirrot frotum of th« motion plcttim iitar popularity content Uv ■lay In BUI Kurt's midden Jump from fourth plar« to tlwi top of the llirt. till! now I rail* handaume " Wally" llrlj by t^r«* I'rrttjr Oomrtanrw TaJm<ul*« also forKr-| to th« front anil In now running In thin! pUu« while m»trr "They WORK while you sleep" folj Ton nr» billou*. conntlpalwl. h»nd achy, full of cold, unjitruri* Your m<«l<t don't fit - br«wih la bad. iikln Mllow. TuV« on« or two CkM*rrti tonight your liver and bow* I* and wxke up rl«»r, rowy and cheerful. No griping no Inconvenience Children ; love ('.mnirpl*. too 10. 3&. &• »Nt«. | Norma I* only one vole Iwhlnd Mary llckford. who has held Ute lead slme the contract started. Today'* count, whlih *how» the standing of the *lx leading ittaJe ami female stars, la aa follows: Mary I'lrkford SI Norma TaJmarige ....... j I < omlance TaJuiadce _ 30 Viola liana : .. «7 I.Uiel lUjton 'I 818 Haft Wallace Itetd 41 Thomas Meijhail ... 3A tharlra |Uy M llouclas I- alrbank* Jfi t-Uigene tlllrlrn ..a COUPON T horsbr e**t my Tots «» *•!,» 4*. r W" stw Is ths most pnpulsr f«*i. '*'»• »»tl *>n pi- tor- Mar «t><i mho I* tb* IMM inai* star. KM Tear aa»s Tsor sddrssa Writ* .-!»*rt]r ths nsmos «f yenr f*»i>rt!* moila stara »■*!• and female In lb* Sbov* (SeslsnatM Ki.n <. |B4 •""1 la Holloa rutur* Bailor. H*aui* •tar Egypt, Perfume Land, Imports Lots of It ALEXANDRIA. Egypt, Jan. It— Kgypt Is the land whence come dates and flga and perfume* In Oie popular mind. Hut K*ypt Imported I&00.000 of perfume* and cosmetics In the first six month* of !»?•. U'RONO Ul HHTION »f 1 l<o| Itf.x "What'll ytnt be If there * another war " "Wham I be? Better aak me where*l| J be."—Home Hector. ©sas^rca Do Yoa Believe in ow % ' h|p filfi » nJP i«»— i * ■***+ J mt§ afey ? \ "Unseen Forces" ,is a powerful photoplay of love—the age-old law, the mysterious unseen force that brings man to woman! Coliseum Concert Orchestra 34 ARTISTS A DTUTTtt VAV I'Ki li'C T\I,KS UNI)EB— ARinUK Ik it I OK HOFFMAN" Gayety PATHE r^lt Comedy Miri*/c Chester "Kiwi in iv we" INLWj Scenic Coming—Betty Compson in "Prisoners of Ix>ve" GRIFFITH SEES S5 MOVIE NEXT Entire Industry to Be on Stronger Basis Soon MAMAKONETK. N. Y„ Jim. I" The *••>!Ir»* movie Industry la In the process of u thorn reorganisation which will place It on the *troiin"«t biud* II linn ever known from the standpoint of both the producer and the public, Uavld Wark * S riff It h <l< rlared In an Interview today. According to the famou* producer, the tpinrrnl Mlurnp In tlx* motion picture bu*lnes* la due to thn-e fji< tor*, Klrst Complete readjustnirnt, af feetlng every one, from the high sal arliii star* to Ut« unskilled laborer* employed about the lot, Hecond Manufacture of bigger picture#, to run week*, re placing the "one night stands," anil thus producing more film* with ■mailer personnel and him median leal outlay. Third Oeatlon of a surplus of plrtur<-«, following the y««r* of un der production tlia.l resulted from the war. NO PAI4.CNfi OKF IN ATTKNIIANCK AT HIIVIKM Griffith emphaslxed that there had been no appreciable falling off In at tendance at movie theatre*, and that Increased rout of production should he more than off*et hy greater re celpt*. Comparing hi* lati-al hIK pic ture with "The Itlrth of u Nation." which he produced five year* ago, he preaentcd record* lo ahow Hie follow Inc. The bent week of the older film In New York nhowed receipt* of sl3. *OO. cumimrel with 11M.376 for hi* latest picture. In l'ltt*burg, tlC.don. compared with s:i.»4<!. and In Chi e-igo. tlk.ooo. iflmpureil with 521.J43 "One picture alone hrt* had a gross Income <.f t3,f.00.000," Crlfflth *:il<l. "I happen to know that r>«ugla* lalrlstnks made more money on hi* la*! picture than any other, ami lliat Charley Chaplin, who I* euppoeed to have hwt on hi* last venture, really made I*oo.ooo " firlfTlth wa* a*V ed what he thought about report* that the "one. candle power movie star" la on the wnjie. "I cannot nmllfy aa an expert on celluloid astronomy, because I never went In for It." he said. "Hut I do knmr that with the rapid Improve ment of the quality of motion plc ture*. the individuality of the actor la becoming *ubmrrgr<t, aa In the •■Alt- of the greatest stage produc tion*. and I can apply BhaiK-npuarc'* word* to the film*: " "The play'* the thing." KKW RKAI. FUJI STARS—■ IIK NAMKM KKVKN "Of course, tliere are a few real film star* whom- personality never could be dimmed. I refer to Chaplin. Fairbanks. Mary Ptckford. Charle* liar. IJlllan Utah, Norm* Talmadge and Naximova, "In the past It ha* been the custom of *ome producer* to seise upon *ome curly haired boy or btgeyed Ingenue and feature them to d<*th. Jo*t be cause they were good to look at. Nat urally. there will always be wwne de nvuiil for that type of picture—the matinee Idol ha* never wholly loat 1 hi* popularity. Discriminating peo ple, however, are demanding well written, produced and acted picture*, regardless of whether the c-aat la aa full of *tar* a* the milky way. "I predict that within ten yearn, possibly half that time, people will be paying $5 each to see one motion picture running two and a half or three hour*, a* they do now for the beat stage play*. The *maller pic ture* will occupy a poallion analo gou* to vaudeville. "The period of resrtjn*tment prob ably will lie governed somewhat by the fact that producer* now like to have *l* or eight month* clapee be tween manufacture and allowing of their picture*, to allow for proper distribution and advertising. The present so called slump may not lie obviated before next summer or fall. "It Is superfluous for me to sa.v that some of the reputed salaries of movie stardom are purely legendary. It t* true that many nrtors are still making exorbitant demands—and are being turned down " Satisfactory Terms Always THE GRQTE-PANNN GO. OTTO r /UGU, Pr+tid+M i ts^-atataag "a 1 ."ai'rxxr u ." —^ A Clearance Sale of All Used Heaters Presents Splendid Opportunities for Saving A LARGE selection of Used Heaters, all thoroughly rebuilt, are offered at interesting clearance prices. A partial list includes: J? 20-inch Maywood wood Heater ' with aD jjfil'i cast body, now s l9= 21-inch BOX Wood Heater for $24.80 26-inch HOWARD Wood and Coal Heater. ..s27.oo 21-inch HOWARD Wood and Coal Heater.. .$24.40 25-INCH Nobby Wood Heater Extra Good Valne 26-inch HOWARD Wood and Coal Heater.. .$13.80 16-inch RADIUM Wood and Coal Heater $23.50 13-inch OAK Coal Heater for...» MM . MM^7^O Wood PENINSULAR OAK Coal Heater for $12.80 MARVEL OAK Coal Heater f0r.......... .$11.90 High-grade Hot Blast Heater for $21.80 —Kxrhangr Department ALL WKKK A Vivid Plrturization of ZANE GREY'S Greatest Novel 'TheU.P. TRAIL' With a Great Cast ROT STEWART KATHLYN WILLIAMS HOIIKItT M. KIM MAIMiIKKITK UK LA MOTTK JOSKI'II HOWLING CLEMMER MIJSIC MBORU'N HAI'ITM.VN Director w&mmmmmm PAGE 3 Grove's is the Genuine and Only Lmxmtivm Bromo -«S| Quinine tmbtwim The first and original Cold and Grip tablet, the merit of which U recognized by all civilized nations. te cart fat te areld Wtaflaaa. 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