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MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1021.
CATCH THIS wmm front View SIDC VI \buTl Know Her fh«tanMi| bq her trickq et|«« dangerous smile exquisite himble Robert Moll* plßijed by PR I SCI LLA DEAN The Dentfnd Heroina ofH"he Virgin 0f St»mbouT OBTStDE-RIUW Supported V) NOW LON CHAIN EY HKRE fiimK for hie i<ote« ui*TH« M(r«cle Man* tnd'Th* Pon»lti|* VANITY COMEDY "HIS FOUR FATHERS" STRAND ORCHESTRA I'nder S. K. WIN'ELAND, playing "RAYMOND" Overture FIRST NATIONAL KINOGRAMS COMING—"The Inside of the Cup" SECOND NEAR SENECA THE ffrKBCB BAND of H«iiti* l*odgr No. >]. 11. P. O. K, riv» a conor rt hrfor* a capacity audience at the M*»rot>olttan lh«atr« Sunday afternoon. Th« nMt for r««' non«r lh " b T» t your ro o u Ih . lb* Saf'it for r»ur h'.lth- I» tb> «uar- UtM «'»* n ML BOWtX I. mil"°*M lim jmQH Precious Stones and Jewelry Uaquestiooed Quality RettaMe Prices ALBERT HARSEN Jeweler 1010 Second Avenue (&mmm ETHEL CLAYTON "SINS OF ROSANNE" A queen of society ruled by the power of Ori ental magic, is at times a lovely, innocent girl—at times an abandoned adventuress! COLISEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA 34 Artists under Arthur Kay, playing "Poet and Peasant" Chester Outing COMEDY Scenic Jimmy Aubrey "Wood 7 BHa and Monkrr Hiu" in "The Nuisance" MALOTTE on the Wurlitzer PATHE NEWS COMING GEORGE ADE'S BIG COMEDY: WEDNESDAY "JUST OCT OF COLLEGE" Legion Posts to Meet on Tuesday To unify the work of the American legion In King county and establish closer relations between post*. all county posts will meet Tuesday at the Washington Hotel Anne*. I'u«ts of other counties will hold similar meeting* the mote day. WILMINOTON. N. C. Wtth ■even passenger*, aero-marina bout Ponce de I .eon leaves for KernandlA. Fla.. on Its night from N*w York. CHAS. SCHWARTZ Optometrist and Mfg Optician Kyew Riaaalaed aad Ulaaaes Killed Prices Reasonable. ir r.»lee It Ik. <ll Seewad *». qffWV Tel. Main >HL ' A Watch Repaired by Jones la Always Right Telephone KUkKt SWt U29 POI KTII AVKNT'H Ifficm TOIIAVH l'KOl.ll\MN I llir.HT\—t Uarlle ( hsplln In The Kl<l '• I I r.MMKII —IIuUn Kunum In "nig ■U|i|il»f«i " 11111*1:1 M nhH < 15,1.«. In "Nln> of "—r*" — " »rH*M> fr1..111. ItMUI ami l-m I'liMf) In "ihiUM* lh» SAW.** I 111 USUI, I'U.II Mil In "l-rwlrte Trail* " Itl-.X—Neema Talmsdg* In Tan then." I I IIKKK'r- Wsllsre Held In "Al »n>s \nils, tuns " Kriiu lurPiNKsa," the film -D tliiuna at the Cl*mmer till* week. In featuring Dunlin l-'arnuni |ln a l>lg dramatic story with a i wholesome moral. The plat treat* <>( twin brother* who love the sums ■ wuman. One of the brother*, a grouchy, money maddened flii.uutri. I* •••lied away suddenly l« look after Impor tant Intel cat* In New York. In order to htitn bin movement* frt>m an unfriendly group of financial ! operator* lie persuade* hi* brother to Impersonate him during bi« at> 1 sence, notwithstanding the fa« 4 that I he had only Just married a charra itiK young woman. The masquerader la a* different from hi* brother aa night 1* from day, and altho the woman In the I rune had married the financier for i purpose* of eipedlency nhe finally ' K i OWN to love the man she believe* to be her hushiuid. When the flnan cler la reported drowned In a col lision at sea. the surviving brother l* In a quandary. Then Just a* he in about to confess to the wife, the brother <WIK> had mumnl to «ve himself when hi* ship had sunk) shown up. * How the masijuerader I* reamed from hta unusual predicament and finally win* the Klrl I* the bis punch of the picture. Kartium I* capably supported by kathryn Adams • e e STRAND PriaclUa Dean and Ix>n Chaney share starring honor* In "Outside the I .aw," an interesting crook drama at 1 the Strand thb* week. "Black I*" (Chnneyj. leader of the oneater* In ttan l"rnnct»co'* under world, seeks to revenge himself upon Madden, whoae daughter Molt" IMl** l»eanl ha* repulsed htm. Madden, j tormerly a crook, now run* a gam ' bllng house and ha* been changed from crooked way* by the philosophy ' of Chang la>w, » muchly ra*pe<ted j old Chtnene. "Itlarkle" arrange* for a «treet ! fight to *tart a* Madden appear* on tlie atreet. Then, a* the fight aurta. he shoot* a policeman and plant* a revolver *o that it appear* a* If Mad den had done the kilting The latter I* *ent to prison, but only for a short sentence, on account of lack of evl dene*. Molly Join* "Blackle" and Charlie, a.iother • rook, and they have It "framed" for her to be arrested aa she and Charlie are robbing a aafe. Charlie fall* In love with her. how ever, and confesses the ' frame up ** Together they double cross "niackJa."* There follow* a big gang fight. In which "lilackle" 1* killed. Charlie. Molly and Madden, who by this time is out of prison, determine to make a brand new start In llfa. • * * .roI.WKVM Ilonann*. * tiny baby, I* about to die. A Malay woman, employed by jthe mother, la said to be a eeerens. Hhe tell* the mother that If she will sell ftoaanne to her for two year* for a farthing, she will make her well. The mother *ell* Itoaanne The Malay, an outcast on account of having no children of her own. j Instills In ftoannne a love for dia mond* and the power to do Injury to those she does not like. At the end of two years the child la returned ( to her mother. ftoaanne grow* Into womanhood and with her mother goes to Houth Africa, where her brother-ln law Is •upertntendent of a diamond mine. fUxsnnne will do anything to aecure Wr Children love the Victrola After all, music is the very birthright of happy * childhood. Let your children grow up with the love of good music Let them grow up in the sunshine of a Vi&rola. Do you know what charming records are being made by the Vi&or Talking Machine Com pany expressly for children? Come in and let us tell you about them. Let us tell you how the Vidrola is adding happiness to childhood. ViOrolasfar every home and for every purse. Convenient payment terms Sherman play & Go. Third Avenue at Pine SBATTLB TIIE SEATTLE STAR Liberty Is Still Drawing Great Crowds With New Chaplin Comedy v y /t characteristic pose of Charlie Chaplin, the million-Hollar comedian, who itt drawing record-breaking crowda to the Liberty with his latent comedy, "The Kid." Thi* in, without a doubt, the bent comedy Charlie has given to the public—and in it the popular comedian ha* added a touch of jMithoe he re'and there, Chaplin'it co-worker thruout the *tory ut Jackie Coogan, a little five-year-old boy, who win* the admiration of the audi ence the minute he appear* upon the screen. diamonds. |fb» anterg Into • ««• •piracy with an unacrupuioua dia mond merchant »hereby ah* la to •apply him with uncut aionni In re turn for th* atone* ah* cravea from hla ahop. Kntaur Hlr l>*nl*. an Englishman. t>enla fall* in lov* with I lonian nr. ll* plead* with h*r to marry Itlm. hut th* arlrt. tho aha promises to marry him. keep* postponing th* wedding (mrint that her lov* for Jewala wtll bring *«rr»w Into lh*lr II van. Ilnwrtar, l>*nl«' Insistent wooing l» finally rewarded thr Malay woman die* and Itnaunna la freed from tha uncanny apell. All thla happa-na at th* Collarum thla wa*k where Whal Clayton play* U>« till* rot* in "flirui of I'.oaaiwia." • a * rotiOMAL Compared with "Pralrl* Tralla," th* n*w picture In which Tom Ml* la starring at th* Colonial, ronal of tha pr*vk>ua Ml* "thrlil*r«" ar* "parlor atuff" Tom Ml* la a marvel on hora* back, but II la a rrmarkahl* fact that many of hla most at-irlllng feat* ar* Independent of hla akill In horaeroanahlp For Inatance. hla great leap ov*r a cliff In "Prai rie Trail*." Thr cliff I* at lea*t 40 feet high Thr** men ar" »trug gling at th* bottom. Tom Mix, In atead of m*rrly Jumping off th* cliff or climbing down Ita fkee — which wojld give th* m»n tlm* to prrpar* for him—actually dlva« ov*r hrad flnit. landln* In th* ahriv ln« nand and l*«ptn« up In tlm* to rout hla adv*raarlra by Ih* ahc*r •hock of aurpria* And thla la not th* moat daring exploit In tha pic tur*. Thar* ar* mor* than atunta In th« plctitra. Th*r* la a rattling good atury, from th* novel by j Jamea H. Hrndryg. author of '"Th* j Te*#n.** In which Ml* appeared ! only recently with grant »u<-c«aa |"l , ralrle Tralla" continuca th* ad vent urea of Te* 1 Sainton. "The J Traan." • a a KKX Norma Talm.idga la appearing In ! the role of a beautiful young Huaiaian girl in "l>anthea," tlio photodrama at | the It** thla week. I'anthna I* a fnmoua Rualaan plan 1 lat, whoa* brother, unknown to her. crnaplroa againat the government. Itaron de Uulatlor g*ta the prefect of potloa to trump up a charge agalnat llnthM, who had apumed hi* lov*. I He wlahea to Intervene when I'an ihe% la arrested and earn her jrratl tude by aaving her from the law. When th* police deai-end upon the npnrtment. they aurpria* and arreat a gang of plotter* who are holding a roiiaplrncy with I'antbei'a brother In the raid a man la killed and the crime fastened upon the girt Hhe la acntenred to prlaon, letter a aympathetlc noldier alda , Panlhea to eacape. In croaalng the Plymouth, the boat la wrav-ked and I'anUiea la rea.-ued by fierard Mer daunt. It la a cane of love at firat *!« lit. They flee to Parig and are ! married. Tlte reat of the atory la given over ; »o IMnthea'a great a«crtfle* for her hu-band her aeeond arraaat by the : A urn. tan agent* und her exile a* a po Iltiiul priaoner of Ituaala. a * * n/IHKN'CK Will lac* Held la featured In "Al *aya Atidarif.ua," the opening at i traction at John Itanx'a pretty, new theatre, the Klorenc#. In thla photoplay Mr Raid play a two role* Ihoae of Perry Dan ton, i wealthy club man and dlieflante, ind Hllm Atiucka, a crook. Both "en were bairn on the rama day ind both are alike lua two pea*. The rook concelvea the idea of doing »way wlih hla double nnd aaaumlng hla place In noeiety and In the buai •ieaa world He oau.sea Hnnton to *hanghnia>d and wllh the aid of -onfederatea peraonatra him «uc '•anfully until IMnton (urn* up de termined to regain hla own. How hla I* accomplished makes a high y in terra ting atory and the climax « one of the mnat amaxing ever «*en In a motion picture. Of courae, there la a pretty love •dory, of which Margaret the leading woman, is the cent nil figure. Mr. Held doubles In many •f the scenes a* I»anton and At tueka with surprising results. sjjjjssiiS M ALL WEEK I H The nun. man of III* H I «m*n In s virile H I ilnunn of thr trrat I ■ outdoor*)— ■ ■ DUSTIN I IFARNUMI I "BIG " I I HAPPINESS"! ■ —AND— ■ ■ LARRY SEMON I H In hbt very H I latent roninljr— I H "The Kporijoimn" H m Clemmer Music I ■ ÜBOKII'S HAI'PTMANN I BROKEN MAIN RUINS STREETS SIO,OOO Damage Done to Downtown Pavement PivraiiDt waa lorn up, b;t>«'*nenta warn flooded and atrewt rara wcrn Htallfd whrn a lnrn« Witfr main at Fourth avr. and Columbia «t. lirnto ut fi it tn Humlity Th« breuk occurred In front of the llalnler club, whcru a hole whh made In the atreet I'avemant aouth one block to Columbia i«t whh ralard In to hilloi k> On Third uv», pave tnent rained In the aame way. The |mvetnnnt at Third uve. nnd Co lumlilii ft,, which wiim ralwd, had Juat la-en laid Haturday, The ciiiihx of tlio break la tin known Immitiin will total more than fio.ooo Ten Quart* of Hard Licker in His Home Tan quarts of whinky writ- nel«ed and T. A. Mi Muhan, 40, irntrttd when "deputy aheriff* raided the houae at 7121 Dthbla ave N. W late Haturday. Mi Muhan. who rave hIH occupation an trnnafer man, furnlahed J.'.00 hall. Mont Hinrlnjr loudly to drown wound of hark ww, thr*-* "M wn" In county Jail rut way to frrftdasi* PIUTJ 1. J_J _ , ■ - I Helps make rick red blood |end revitalize weak nerves HOW TO MAKE MONEY TODAY *lmi Who l«*l Itodlly and Mmlil Vigor, Mli.. In MIHHIv 1mi.1.1. and »-«*il> I niig ur.l. nhoul.i Mat I all la Hnul Thla—ll . >*a n.r aiuannl Mm Mh« Alwiji Ka4r« lb* Mml M-.n*y A v*w Tnrk nawapapar In a vary abla editorial. pay■ that 11 i«n*t the gold raa*. th* fan ry chain or lit* J»**ia In a watch that mall* II go. but that It la th* MAIM HI-11l Nil. With man It la thi am* a* »llh a waich-- without lha MAIN Hl-lllStl you .-annot go ahead With It nothing ran k**p vim bark It la plenty of iron in th* Mood that halpt* put th* lmn will th* iron-dalarminatlnn. th* "g« ahead"—th* main aprlng of auc - *aa and money-making In man. "Man of blood and Irna" h*»* b**n th* mi»ra ..f th* aurlrl and .aptalna of Induatry of **ary ag* without Iron, your 'blood loaaa Ita power to rhana* inta living r*lla a till tlaau* anil nothlaig you oat do*a y»u th* pro par amount of good- you do not g*t th* atr*ngth out of It. and thare for* you M»m# w*ak*n*d both In body and mind. Th*r* ar* )• IM lOMM.M4 r*.| blood rorpuarlaa In your blood and **< h on* mu»t hav* Iron u hen you kind youraalf narvotw. weak. Irritable and ***lly upa*t. do tint wait until you go all to pler*a and rallapac la a alata of nararoua proatration but taka an ma organic Iron Ilk* Nuaatad Iron at one* to h«lp anrlrh your blood and r*- vitallv* your wornowt, aahauatod n*rraa Kutalad Iron la Ilk* th* Iron In your blood and Ilka th* Iran Hi spinach. lantlla and apple* It la wo prepared that It la r**<ly for alnioat Immadlata alwi.rptton aI .1 aaalm'latlna tir tti* bloo-t. aahll* aom* phyaician* claim that matatiu iron, which P*opi« usually tak*. I* not ahaorhetl at all Nu*at*d Iron ort*n lncr****a tha bodily and manlal rigor of araak. run down nannua, f--lka In two we*k»" tlm* fUwara of aubatlttlt** l»ok for lha word "Nutated" on *vary parkag* wid tha letter* S I. on avary t*l>l*t Your monry will b* r*fundad by Ilia mantifae. i r*r* If you do not obtain aatlafartory reaulia lor aala by all druggists no aW6UWVUSITV NOW PLAYING— NORMA TALMADGE "PANTHEA" A l)f l,nii' Kdltinn of this notable emotional triumph! Harold Lloyd In "M'MBKR, PIJIAHK" asisisis A (iOOl) TIIINti TO KNOW Foley Cathartic Tablets are a ponu- Inrly wholcMome phytile an Ideal la* atlve. They keep the »y«tem fit and fine, purged of polnonn and ready to n-nlftt dlMeiuie. Mlx« J. Hunter, 1240 Ktedman St. N. 8., Pittsburg., !•»., write*: "I cannot pralae Foley Ca thartic Tablet* too highly for what they have done for mo." — Advertise ment. It's Not a Crime To Be Thin, But— it's really embarrassing to be so thin that people Hp» iik oi you iis being "skinny.* After nil. It's not neces sary to be either thin, weak or ane inlr. Mont «ny man or woman who want* to put on flesh, inornate strength. endurance and vitality— can do it In a few weeks by Rotting a package of Itlood-lron Phosphate from Owl l»ruK Co. or any other ffuod druuglst, and taking an direct ed. Thin increases the red blood cells, strengthen* the nervous sys tem and thus helps to quickly over come those troubles, such as thin ness. anemia, neurasthenia, sleep lessness and physical weakness due to or accompanied by Impoverished blood and weak nerves, Itlood-lron Phosphate costs only $1 SO for a three weeks' treatment, and is so genuinely good that the druggist of whom you buy It Is authorised to refund the full price to you if you are dissatisfied . Hotter get Illood- Iron Phosphate and begin its use to day.—Advei UseinenL HNl'/r < <iurUn), I'li-turfa, MU»M: Charles Chaplin \ IAH|InH Jensen and Vil^^^^^W[VHL Von Herberg News "THE KID" Stands alone as the most sensationally popular photoplay ever made! Yukon Sourdoughs to Shake Shimmy One of the larpent Rntherlnir* of the Yukon Order of Ploneern Is « AO Six Sons Have Appendicitis Wisconsin Family Has Six Operations in Two Years Robert Power*, a farmer living in ! Wisconsin, hii had six operation® for appendicitis In his family within the past two year*. as stated by u n«w« item In a local newspaper. A TRKACHKHOt'H DI SKA SB Appendicitis attack* at any mo- I mrnt, even person* seemingly In . g.»od health. I'sually. however, It is preceded by no-called stomach trou ble, constlpation or similar disturb* iinci'd. Often when there is a warn ing feeling of uneasiness in the ab domen. appendicitis can be guarded nuainst In efaotly the name manner In which one guards against the spread of throat Infection, because that is Just what appendicitis Is— an Infection In the Intestines spread ing to th«- appendix. When one has sore throat, one can often prevent further trouble and the development of influenxa or grippe by using an antiseptic wash or gargle to fight the germs and a laxative to carry off trie poisons from the body. Just exactly the same procedure Is neces sary to fight the Intestinal germs and guard against appendicitis, ltut Instead of an antiseptic wash for the throat, an INTISSTINAL antiseptic Ih necessary. IKTKtfTINAIi ANTISEPTIC There Is now offered to the public a preparation having the DOuIILK action of an intestinal antiseptic and a COMI'LKTK system cleanser. This preparation, known as Adler ika. acts as follows: It tends to eliminate or destroy harmful germs and colon bacilli in the Intestinal oanal, thus ruardlnf against appendicitis and other dis eases having their start here. It is the moat complete system cleanser evei uXXcrwl lu U*o public. pected at the Shrine Auditorium Ml the evening of March 1, when lodf* No. 1 of Seattle gives its annual dance. At the last annual daao* more than 2.000 attended. | acting on BOTH upper and lower bowel, and removing foul matter which poisoned the system for months, and which nothing else caA dislodge. It brings out all gaseS, thus immediately relieving pressure ion the heart. It is astonishing tha • great amount of poisonous matt#? , Adlerika draws from the alimentary canal —matter you never thought was In your system. Try It right after a natural movement and notice how much more foul matter It brings out which was poisoning you. 11l slight disorders, such as occasional constipation, sour stomach, gaa on the stomach and sick headache, ona spoonful Adlerika ALWAYS brings relief. A longer treatment, however. Is necessary in cases of obstinate constipation and long standing stomach trouble. HKPORTS FHOM PHYSICIANS "I imcd Adlerika In my practice and have found nothing to excel It. (Signed) Dr. \V. A. IJnc. "1 have found nothing in my 50 years' practice to excel Adlerika. ** (Signed) Dr. James Weaver. "1 use Adlerika in all bowel cases. Some require only one dose." (Signed) Dr. K. M. Pretty man. "After taking Adlerika. feel better than for 20 years. Haven't language to express the AWFUL IMPHRITIH eliminated from my system.* (Signed) J. E. Puckett. Adlerika Is a constant surprise to people who have used only ordinary bowel and stomach medicines, on account of its rapid, pleasant and COMPLBTK action. It is sold fcy leading druggists everywhere. Sola in Seattle by Swift Drug Co.. Kartell Drug Co. and other leading druf stole*.—Adv vrUsouitat. PAGE 3