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AT J. & v. THEATRES TODAY SECOND NEAR SENECA LAST TIMES TONIGHT BILUE BURKE ,N T^VhwibTth^ 1 STARTING WEDNESDAY An up-to-the-minute live American drama of a girl who easts her family traditions to the winds and finds true happiness in a real honest-to-goodness son of the soil! Paramount Picture \ J Playing Three Days Only \ / Strand \f Orchestra Under S. K. Wineland. playing the Concerto by Arensky Miss Cecile Baron, Piano Soloist Mr. Frederick C. Feringer on the Organ WE FEATURE OUR MUSIC Ilucne of th* lilt A jilnety-mile-an-hoar knockout— WALLACE HEID # Theodore Roberta and Agnes Ayres in "The Love Special" A Paramount Picture Mermaid Comedy "BANG" Scenic—"Wildest Wales" *" Jensen & Von Herberg News MALOTTE On the Wurlitzer, playing "My Mammy" COMING "PROXIES" E_ _ ■jSVJEi~jr ssr~ MHM| fW6 UWVUttTY Charles Chaplin —And— 1 . jy A JACKIE fOOC.AN \/i| Kn."«2 i In th* MilHon-[)i»llaf Crmutfj— / A Urac il. 1 fIBT # 7 k (lon "THE KID" FIITII KI'ISOHK J^/^HWrn} fHK SON OF TAKZAN" <7Vnti9£snnnr v i Youth tarns to yoath— and both to the love flame in— mWß n/N. • with I MIRIAM COOPER CONWAY TKARLE —AVI)— ANNA Q. NILSSON Cartoon Comedy Pathe News collsebm CONCERT ORCHESTRA M—ARTISTS—34 ABTHIR KAY, Contactor Haying "Ton* Dance"—Mrytr*»vi HANS HANKE World-Kamniu I'iaisUt, in IJnzt'* 2nd Hungarian Khi4w>dy COMING NORMA TALMADGE —ln— "The Passion Flower" "zf^K raw TODAY'* PROGRAMS linKVITT MfM In "Tl»» I«1«> A«t#. iml " HI I » *Ot NK-WtiiHa IUwU; In "lh» llihim lhal JMI HMIII,' ( II HMHI I omit*!! ■ "Tkm I-Mil# Iml " roumei m -n# o»ih •• ITTIUNIK IHIII# H«rfc» la -Til# Ml rmiktm •# Mli»Mh. M (DIOSUI—"A !•»»" RKX MImHU t b»|Mln la "Thm kid." • • • I.IHKKTY ONCE • vlPaln »lw«ya a villain. In • aaylng m old aa the hllla So In the movlwi when a man play* the part of a villain, he la obliged 10 altrk lo "heavlea" to Uie md. ThU la the eiperlenre of nearly all acrem play era ejimpt Clarence liurton. a villain with a imputation In l*»ramount pic tureo. Mr. liurton, one of the moat i-iinernlal mural e on the Hereon. liaa a «ym pathetic part in Wallace Iteld'e now comedy driunn, "The I«ove Wpe rial." at the Überty thla *i»k. Mr liurton a*y» he la glad to be an honiwt, lik«vtble man again In the picture. lie feared ha had gained the everlasting hnlre.l of every film fan by hla artialry In portraying villain rolea. • • • CI tCWMI.'II or* C«r»w widely known a* a flm ■tar. dan.yr and ItiualcUn. la delight fully rant a* Paul*, the heroine of J.irk I_ondon'» famoin etory. '"The Utile Uuly of the Hl* llouM." wfclrh In film play form l» titled "The l.lllle Fool." la the featured attraction at the iinnmer thin w~ek Pan!* In the raptlvating tittle wife of a wealthy rancher. Bhe falla In love with her husband's friend, and then complication* IT* I or* begin • • • STRAND For the laat time tonight WOJ* flurke will appear at the Hlrand in "The Education of Elinaheth." In Uila picture the captivating etar «|v p*am a* a little chnrun girt In a IHg New York mu«lcal comr-ty ahow. Iteglnnlng Wednesday motion pie tune fan* will have a chance to we a local girl In the leudlng ml* In I /tin Welier'a lat**t production. ••What'* Worth While" The girl la Olga Crunk, known on the acrreti aa Claire Wlndaor. •• • 1 KKT ~lU>ck a bye haby. by the xrh ran" "Gets-It" The Cora and Callus Peeler Tkta Cm lUßmt la OunatMl P.»l!»f from rom miff»rtn* follow* th« application of "<!»l»-U' alm<>«( u quickly a* pain folio** tba thrual * (A fet fx* v // y V luK.lkM ««IC«ra» of a pin or kn»f» into tb* fl*»h. Not Muy hard cortfl or soft • orn« »•■•» ••very kind of '''-rn or ratlu* aurrrn d*r* to "Oat»-!t and pr»|* right off It tak*a Junt a fen a^rot>d» to atop th* pain with two or thrr« drop*. <Jo to your •IriiKffi*t today <J*t a b«>ttl» of "Otti-lt.'' Coata but a triri» Tour monev t»ark if not pati*fi»d. Manufactured hy H Ia« rfi>« * A Co.. <"hir«*o. Hold In Heattle by tha Owl Prug «'o. PROUD I OF IT! I Jim Holdt Ik proud of thft i Appl* I*l • that* b* Inr pro i duced at his It' tlrr flakrr ! !<-■ and you'll b« proud to H trrve It, too. >l3 frvond lilt Third B and ml • H Madl«<in. Pari fir and Qnrrn I City Markets H BOLDTS BAKERY ! DEPARTMENT Stomach Cop on Duly at Every Drug Store in Seattle . Order** | 0 Arrmt |n4l|r**f ton. Itjn prpaln. Aridity nnrf Olhrr |>|«- turbera In Pl«e Mlnutra If your pr«r*\ comfort and th# full *nJoytn*nt i,f your food 1m hciriK In t«rf**r*d with by lod I lon. dyn- P"p»i|a, acidity or oth*r dtlffltivr rf|K turbor*. rail up your n<-urrat Omik- Kintand nvk him to i«cnd you n pn< k- HK" Of Jt|-n«*«llA tablet *, the little fltomarh pollcarm-n that rnjoy it world wld* reputation f«.r arMitlngj atjch trouble within five or lean. Take 3 or 4 after eating or whrnrv*r p«tn In frit. They rout only fiOc. ana you enn have your rnonrv ha< k If you aren't drHrli,!ed Try 151 -nr*»l® today nod enjoy your next uitttL— AtlvcrlltciutuL 1 TTTF SEATTLE STAR Miriam Cooper at Coliseum in Screen Version of Locke Story Miriam Cooper, the beautiful yoiin(j actress who has the leading role in R. A. W'uhh's production, "The Oath," at the Cohs< um this week. The pichire in an adaptatiim of William J. lx>cke's power ful story, "blol*." In the raft with Miss Cooper is ,4nrui Q. Stlsnon. the beautiful Swedish actress, Conway Tearle and Henry Clive. alnra Charlie Chaplin «m hla firm nj» | pearanr* In •The Kid." the alt real feature comedy In which he I* «tj<r ring st the Krx thla week. Then he offer* tie lul>y to a pollreman, the flrat itlft lie n«r InulritJ to a guardian of the In any arrean production. What follow a forma tha funnleat pMura which the conxllin ever nuiK • • • HI I F MOI'SR I:vary aalaried man la looking ft>r a batter Joh. but aomatlm»« a better Job apall* domestic ruin, whan tha bat tar anlarjr (hat rarnm with It par mita KTlend Wife to <l«>r*tiart»te from a brisk. energetic pal and homa maker Into • Uuy pod fluMiy Jar* ' fiend That's tha »•? It aorkal out | for tha ill*m»ye»l hero of "Tl>a llouaa Th*t Jul IbiUt," tha domestic rora "ly .lrnuui cow playing at the lllua Mom COI-OVIAI, Marguerite Da La Mott*. tha tal ented young artpeaa who hurt ap paarwd hera with THiagUa Falrhank*. I* In tha allntar mat of "A t>ta honorabla Ix>va." tb* film play at tha Colonial. Aa RrrmU, *h«- play* tha rola of an Impoverlahed young nohl"Woman who recoup* thr family fortunea by daring gambling on a bora* r»> «\ POPULAR PIANIST - NOW AT COLISEUM Cnltneum patron* now har» the op portunlty of hmirinc Han* l(«nk*. lh« eminrot pi»nL*t. «>arh afternoon »ni) rvmliK at th« Collatiiin. Mr Hank* ha* Miji'yfwt all th« fruit* of having mad* ronr»rt tour* of hoth Kump» and America. playing IWor» rrowo»d h»»»i1* and rn-rlvlng hug» omtton* In alt th» larir* rltlvx Mr. Hank* ha* Mudl-d mimic and th» hlirh»r art* *lnr«> h<> *u 7 yoant old and *a* for a tlm« dlrwclnr of th» Symphony orrh«*tm at Kl»f and an ln«tnn ii r In tl>» (,'«n»'n»U)ry of Muaic at Moncow HUGHES WRITES NOVEL ABOUT FILM FOLKS Rupert Hurt)"*. |t t* announced. I* writing a novrl about th* lo* An grlr* film roltmjr. to appear In tho Rrd ttook In arrlal form, beginning n<-*t October. Aftrr hi* two year*' uaHM-Jallon with th» movloa a* on* of the Ooldwyn Rmlnrat Anthor*. Mr. Hughra ahotild be pretty murh at home In hi* nubjert. It I* atid that the novel will touch upon the p«yi hologlral upon |)w play or* of the commercialization of tholr (•motion*. (*kmmtr 11 ■ ii i ■ NOW PLAYING A CAJTT OK V* f*4 ft 41/- LKLKII KXCRUJUriC l!V LITTLE FOOL CJnm Uu novel by *** Jade LONDON AND JOE MARTIN "A Monkey Hero" A TWO-WOOL t'ftIVKRAAL JKWI.I, UrillCAM WLL9EZ: (fir hmt burg wm( of Ihr I*l y moiil b Hock. All's trrnnc nMH krr In mr find yon. I.ft'n nil ato out mill n reputation for nomflkliig 'ahlrn Ikr anvil rhorua. tCATTI.K'S 41.L JAHK SHRINE SPECIAL Motion Pictures of Nile's Notable Visitors, Show ing Crack Patrols on Parade ignßMs? NOW ri.WINO— WANDA HAWLEY "THE HOUSE THAT JAZZ I BUILT" « A Salurday Hk K»erdng fSj I'm! ItoJ Utikm I-VST TIME* TOO AT "A DISHONORABLE LOVE" TIIKICK OATS. STARTING H'KONKSOAT BILL PATTON 'OUTLAWED' A Sf»»»llon»l Drama of I/ivf ami Thrill* on (lie WnsUrn I'UifM OTnm ATTRACTIONS contkrt orchkstra A. K. WOhKKNDKN Director SIMPLE WAY TO GET RID OF BLACKHEADS There Is one •Imp!#. safe and sure way thai npvi»r full* to iret rid of hlackheada, and that la to dissolve them. 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Rdure 1 Jerorn* Htorta will tflf*ct "The Itoaary" • • a inny W«at ro median, aaya "to en la woojul" a • • Harold t.loyd'a next comedy la titled "Among Thoae PreaenL", • a a Peart Whltc'a next on* la ft com edy, "Bejrond Prlca." a a a Miami. Ok!a_ haa appointed a city I>oard of censor*. a a • Waa Rarry drora a hansnm down Fifth ara, Nuyork. tha other day and tied up traffic. a e a It la announced that If Nail mom ran find a aultabte play ah* will denert tha acreen for the stage, a a a The erreen version of Ront«r*s "On I'rlnrlple" will be relanxed In June v| ■■■ An'f n nil % Coffee Roaster in your kitchen t would not supply fresher coffee than Hills Bros. Red Can brand. The vacuum process makes it possible, as coffee when packed in this manner, is protectedjfrom the air and cannot deteriorate One of the many reasons why Red Gin is certain to please critical users of coffee COFFEE KSeBH Orirfnal under Ui* title of "1 • • • Fog effects In morle* are gained by photographing thru white cxuze • • • Rid Oiaptln plsya th« roles of btr ber and kins La "King. Queen. Joker " a. a a •"Pie Frarlet Bfcawt" which »tar* Carmel Myers, Is a romance of early California. • • e Hebe Daniels weired ao much SCCO gMl.Jg»'\N v PHOMg nea» .wiaEirnniEirf y eluott TEST FILMS Taken Tit Ste-UiOTcreaa Mo&w Kctare Coetesl VEjj f CLEMMER 7 I \ IN ADDITION TO KEOI'LAR PROGRAM / I Ll Cane aa4 8« Int Krlen* *n Ikt 8f fJ PACE 3 . , candy while aha served her 10-day sentence for speeding that ah* gain ed several pounds In weight. • a a Doris May was thrown Into tfca mo Ties. Pact! Sly doubled for lltry Plrkford and was thrown Into Lb* ocean from a boat. a a • Did y>u know that When a An* tor wants the camo-aman to start photographing he yells "CsmemTf When he wants him to quit he eaOa "cutr*