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WEDXFSnAY, MARCH M. I<>2l
SECOND NEAR SENECA
Now —A powerful melodrama of the Real
Life of a wealthy and fastidious leader in
Long Island's sporting society—
lEAU
REVEL
p
A Paramount Picture—with Florence
Vidor, Lewis Stone and Lloyd Hughes.
CHRISTIE COMEDY
"MAN Y». WOMAN"
| A SCENIC
First National Kinograms
STRAND ORCHESTRA
Under S. K. Wineland, playing
"Poet and Peasant," by Soppe
WE FEATURE OUR MUSIC
COMING—
"BLIND WIVES"
Another picture of the same class and cast as
"While New York Sleeps"
Your Husband
$ An irresistible farce
i about a wild time at a
French models' ball.
DOUBLE
—AND—
'THE TIMBER WOLVES"
A Drama of the North Woods
. COLONIAL ORCHESTRA
screen A K woLmoKN COMEDY
Snapshot*
Sfficm
WIHVH PHIMKAMH zrT
I IVIVCIt 11 -~4 Itnrll# lU* In |
Old NnimmlM ll.»U
nil I. MOt •»*. H lUalfT In
I rh* innh
CIIMMIM 4.1M1r« Wnllnn In "411
lt,atl,al I
mi I*l.l * Mflfunl'i **n»#
I Ait li llralra
KTHIN|» I l«»r*nc* Iltlw nnd l'*u |
*l«nr |« "Hwiii
l>rff In "Will
TmH \ «Mir HH»»MMHI < "
n»\ Urif Umlaut* In "Thm Pur
|tl* I Iphrr **
<«\*7ttV Truet Your lluahand." ■
*f farce oooiedv, with pretty 111
tie Klleen IVrcy etarre I. In the new
attraction which opeiwal today at
the Colon ut I
The *tory, hy o«'f|» K Mamhall
and I'aul UutntllVf, deal* with the
adventure* of two young huahaml*
who allp awuv from their wlvee to
• maa<|ucrade Imll for their ftr»t
night out ilniv marriage They are
meit at the hall by their wive* In
■-uatume anil nuk the wive* huv
In* dl»nivr«| t In- 111 tln game
Mrrry etcllcmeni follow*.
* * *
M4IC MOt'NK
It la estimated that If all lh»
money r«-pre»ented hy th# rich
mother* ami "nauvrau rti he," played
hy H> tvla Aahton. could tie lumped
together, the ai trena would he one
of the weultlitfat women In the
world.
Relng a millionaire**, or a
wealthy widow la every day work
for the famou* character woman
now playing In Wanda llawley'a
new picture. "The Knob," at the
lllue Mou»e.
• a a
IJBKRTY
The funny little hat which
Charle* lUy wmri In hi* lateal
• > reen feature, "The Old Hwlmmlli'
llole," at the Uherty thl* week
when he la all dreared up In hla
Sunday t>e«t. plua the ahoe* which
h« borrowed from hla father with
out the Utter'* knowledge. I* older
than the ntar hltnaelf. for It data*
tx»ck JS yearn.
"The Old Kwlmmln" Hole" t* an
adaptation of Jamea Whltcomb lU
ey'g famoua poem.
HA
552? ml
Do This For
Constipation
TWt pnklle akoald kaow that Ikee*
* la a fut difference la tke aeiie* ef
Ik* 'irtoiu r*madiaa tee *aa*Ha*naa-
They a ripe lai week**.
tor lullai effect a*a • l***U»a.
Or CaMweh'a Syrap Pepeln acta
gently a*4 mildly an tkat *** a * tlay
a*by eaa aaa It with aaler It I* a
eompiund of Kgrptlaa Snu and
otkeralmpl* laiali" kerb* witk pep
eta aad pla*<ant Uatlag uraaatiea.
A aitir rent bottl* will lad aa *»* -
ag* family *uar atomka
Or C.ldwell * Syrap Peaela I* Ike
Boat poealar of all latttlre* aad aara
la aaed la American keen* tkaa aay
atkar La at year etgkt million bet Ilea
wee* (Old ky draggiau. tke largaat
•ala la tke warM.
TRY IT FREE
Sm<J mt your name and oJJrrtt
and luilltrmi you a ft* tnaJ bottl* nf
mi Syrup Petmn. AdJfan me De
W. B CoUwvO. J«< WaikMfton
St, MontutUo, ID £**rytody now
and thtn nee JI -s UuDt«, and M U
wed to know ike belt VI' numt today.
for a Jtilrjr U>t'« SO to
Itoidt'n.—Adwtlwmnit
@sßߧgEK]
-4iP tr^W' yy v Superspecial
Easter Week
now reaches
new heights
and dramatic
"THE FAITH
HEALER"
With Milton SilLs and Ann Forrest
TOONERVILLE COMEDY
"THE SKIPPER'S SCHEME"
He's always funny, und at times hilarious!
COLISEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA
34—ARTISTS—34
Under Arthur Kay, playing "High Jinks" selection
Second de Luxe Concert n atuv vpu'u
Sunday Morning at 11 PATHK NfcWS
COMING
ANITA STEWART in "SOWING THE WIND"
rlt K SEATTLE STAR
Lewis Stone and Florence Vidor
in New Ince Photoplay at Strand
Leiris Stone and Florence Yidor in "flcau tier el," a Louis
Joseph Vance story, produced for the tcreen by Thomas Ince.
"Reau Rev«l" tells the story of the love affairs of Lali
cence Revel, known to the smart world as "Reau" because nf
Am wealth and debonaire ways. His is trifling with
the affections of beautiful young women.
(IJCMMKR
Ona of the liveliest fljthta iihowrn
on the local acteen In eoma lint l»
»n» of lh» frtKutra of "All ladled
t'p." Ihl romady <lmm» atarrln*
(lUil)i Walton Hi the Clemmer thl»
•rrrk The mnt I* the raldlnn of
a popular Inn in whlrh the young |
Hlar hud been lured and the acuf
n« whlrh enauaa ahow* M i*» Walton
to bo puMmnl of conalderable bo»
In* (kill aa well aa food look* ami
talent
a a •
(DIJSKIM
Utile Mart Oarlrt. tha child ac
treea who did auch laudable work
In "Tha Prtnca i"hap" with Thomaa
Malghan. la prominent In tha naat
of < Melfor4'a production.
"Tha faith Ilaalar," at the Collaeum
thla waak.
"Tha Kajth Healer" preaenta In
clear, truthful form, tha rreat trulh
of healln* by faith. A beautiful
romanvw runa thruout tha atory.
a a a
HKX
Mv»tarr. lore, Intrtctia. a pr'tty
heroine and a daahln* haro combine
to make "Tha Purple Cipher." tha
film drama at tha lie* thla week,
moat entertaining.
Karl W ill lama la tha atar and In
tha company of a«ipporun« player*
la Vol* Vala. a rary attractive young
aftraaa of tha Iniranua typa.
witness Subpoenaed
in Dry Agent Trial
W«nl*l am * wtinwn In tho (rial
of Wm. C. vest aid John O. Mont
gomery. federal prnhlMtlon enforce
ment ajrenl*. ehanred at spokane
j with manslaughter C. W. minnick
' wua aerved with a rohpoena at the
I New Waahtnfflon hotel Tu'wlay.
Mlnnlck la a tr»*»lln* aale«man.
j and wan wnM her*. im It would
tie »m» time before he would return
to Hpokane.
Wat and Montcm'ry. ahot and
killed ernest c emily alleged boot
legger who, they claim. «u t/jin*
j to earape.
(>pen Evenlnra —R. A R Twntlata,
3d and I'nlon. Oppoalto I'oatofflca.—
AivrrilofliMit
Get* 3 Months for
Stealing Cop's Coat
CWvtrM of Ktmllnc Detective
scott mcgraw's enat, james Wal
ters. e»soldier. was sentenced to
thre* month* In lh» county jail Tun
day afternoon by judge C. C. dal
ton
Fords Run 34 Mile*
on Gallon Gasoline
Start Kwr In Coldest IVralhrr—
OUirr Car* Show
liotuUe Ha\ In*
A new carburetor whlfh ruin
down ninlint consumption of any
motor and reduce* Basollns bill*
from on» third to one half la the
proud achievement of the Air Mi»
tlon Carburetor Co. 744 Madison
ML, Dayton, Ohio. Thin remarkable
Invention not only Increase* the
power of all motoro from SO to 10
per cnt, but enable* every one lo
run slow on high *w. It aim
make* It easy to (tart a Kord or
any other car In ths coldast weather.
Voii ran u*» the very cheap*"'
srade of ira/" line or half K'tsollne
and half ker<Mten«> and still **l
aw.re |wwer and more mileage than
yoti nirw net from lb" hlgheat teat
gasoline. Many Kord owner* aay
they now ret a» high aa 41 to £0
fnil»» to a ration of gasoline. So
*ur* are the nunufarturm of the
immtnM saving th'lr new rarbu
re tor will m*k* that they offer to
•end It on JO day*' trial to every
ear owner. As It ran be put on or
takra off In a few minutes by any
one. all reader* of this paper who
want to try It should send their
name, add res* and make of car lo
the manufacturer* at once. They
also want local agent*. to whom
they offer exceptionally Urge
profits. Write them today.—Adver
tl*ement
l| THOMAS H , INCE
PRESENT#
CHARLES
RAV
'A Villa^)
I SleutV
I Splendid I
Orchestra I
C«dlo Nolo. "Old Pal" ■
Comedy I
"The Ca|«tlvalljic Captive" H
ROW SHOWING |
Third AIA Nfitf I'LKC
I THE GROTE-RANISIN 00
OTTO r. JUGZLA midtmt
4
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Inlaid and Printed Linoleum
iPn A Clearance of Several Attractive
H $1.55 89c
H the square yard the square yard
for Inl ai d Linoleum of f or Printed Linoleum of
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it 98c $2.45
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Aj for Printed Linoleums in for Inlaid Linoleum of ex-
EJiJ splendid designs gray, tra heavy quality in wood
At*-® blue and ivory, tan and designs suitable for any
brown and tan and blue. room.
Death Ends Attempt
at Reconciliation
While hound here to try a recon
ciliation with hi* wife, Harry e
dewey former fireman, WM killed
nn a ahlp In New York harbor, ac
cording to ad v Ufa received here
Wednesday.
WASHINGTON.—RoIand S. Mor
rt*. amtmnxador to Japan, realuna.
I '.out foodatuffa for tho leant at
Boldt'a. —Advertlaernent.
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|| "The PURPLE ||
■1 CIPHER" SB
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COMEDY ■■
HH HANK MANN
II Tor Heaven » Sake" II
sisisisi!
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'* Font-Fu*«\ tho antl.vptlr
powder to b* uliakrn Inlo th« ihofn
and »prlnkl«'d In the footbath. Tho
I'lattHhurK <'anip Manual advlnrn
men In training i«> u*« Foot-Fano In
tli«*lr nhom raoh morning. It pre
vent* bllKtern and norr *p<»tw ami rc
llCM■* painful, nwollen, MtnartlnK foci
and IMK»K thi- ntlng out of rorn* and
bunion*. AIWHNH U»O AllvwVn Jfewol-
Lia«o lo b|« uk iu utvv
"Ut'it go to Ulr Ul*fl>" is al»*.» * good Mhi«
A Poem of Fan-Loving Youth—
CHARLES RAY
I
"THE OLD
SWIMMING HOLE"
James Whitcomb Riley's Old Home Classic.
"EDGAR'S COUNTRY COUSIN"
A Two-Act Comedy by Booth Tarkington
Chester Screenic
"SULTANS OF THE SEA"
- Jensen X Von Herijerg News
I AH liberty Matlnm, Sse
{ Afler 6:30, Any l>»!r--3lc COMING
\ Children I»e Any Time -ni"NTI ITIXS THE
) ... . BTKINOS"
\ All |>rie«*» pin* Uuc
' IIAKOLJ) IJjOYI)
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