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THURSDAY. JUNE 9. 1921.
<yri IjfTL X V*l VntU Friday Night LCXOLM|vyfi[ UJJy ( onlv tra Ml Mi A Ills. Clrwi I'lrlurf, of a Man of IW<lc: Sky with < ollocn Mooro aiitl .lolui llo«i r>. COMING S ATI'III) AY Clara Kimball Young COLISEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA 34 Arti»t». ARTHI K KAY. ComhirUir flaying aelociion front "The Fortune Tflltf"—llfrbfrt ja I.VST TIMKS t-'KIOAY The po|>nlar JHbhb. MmM>(ii>tuU »ur— ■ M Alice Joyce '" h,>r n ' picture— imsmw "THE VICE 'tiFWrl OF FOOLS" \Jy ' * A lavish »odety play wilh V" uuwiy thrilling momenta! / fev TIIK TALKING / nioToruw / A mmH of enlrrtaimnrnt wUh —^ (r thk son of tarzav un,u 2^ N * ht V V A li»j Parisian Dim* IM% Courtesy, Mink', Pirturra Hall SnwaUoD— "The Good xWM Bad Wile" 1 yn pliy (Iran "The / AH Urnt (tffjr RIM who lint (its to a MOM-vhirli la / every man! SEVNKTT comedy Cheater Online Sfmlr T' .South So* I'roplrt Dainty Dorothy ffahn in —- Son* and Dance COXING SATURDAY FATTY ARBUCKLE malotte o« the Wuriiue, "The Traveling Salesman" * * v. news fX 'ithVr Klr*t National A Parmmount rtrton Hino*raiiv< An exciting and dramatic society thriller by D 9 Gouverneur Morris E • C e STRAND Coming _ SiUunUy p . ORCHESTRA „, IK , I,'imW S. K. WINKLANO, Playing KKRGL'HON ' "SuiMin et liciilali" j n f ® Mr. Frt-d<Ti4-k C. F«rtng*r "Marred ami • ■ N <*n the Organ Profane Uif" |S*CI HMO* Thru San Juno lateads tQ I£a*t Hound Slfflmrr laidlannpolls Lravri r olmnu llwrk • I fri3» A. M. RMurno iOiOO I*. M. SUNDAY, Jt'XK 12 For Information < all Mm In 3*03. PUOKT *OIKI> \%\m.atio\ ro. I MOTHERS" I I I For TKr„ OtMritlatti yjl' I B H«ve M»d« Child Birth S'J' I liL? E««>«r By W»lng : J>3 FMEHB WSTI tat N«II IT cm MofMimooo AS* tut ltd rill li**enK |> M»uroaCo Oiff #-Dr.» Use Cocoanui Oil for Washing Hair If you want to keep your hair In 1 i?ood condition, be careful what you j waxh It with. Mont soaps and prepared sham j poos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, make* the hair hrit jtle. and in very harmful. Mulslfled cocoanut oil shampoo (which in pure and entirely greftselrns), 1m much bet ter than anything el*e you can uho for shampooing, »s this can't pos sibly injure the hair Simply moisten your hair with water and rub it In. One or two! I teaspoon full* of Mulsified will make I an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thor oughly. The lather rinne« out easily, | and removes every particle of dust,! dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to cnanagc. You can get Mulsified cocoanut oil , shampoo at most any drug store. It is very cheap, and a few ounces Is enough to last everyone in the fam- | ily for months. Be sure your drug-,; gist gives you Mulsificd.—Advertiaa ~ mof 4 CLKMMRU MTKIIfI lihn the role of J a little Vtusalan immigrant in "Cheatwl lx)vr," the new film dram** which opened at the Clemmer Wcdneada) She arrlvr* fit Kill* i* land, the human clearing house in New York harbor, and Joitv* her fa ther in the (ihetto. when* she work*. llvm and lovea. In n« other one of lier many *OC re■ Mfni acreen play* ha* Mlaa Meyers had such a congenial role The Mar la Jewish by birth and haa deep un deotanding of the nelf aa* rlflcing qualities which animate tho.se of her race thru life. • • • WrN'TKR OAUDRN Scenes of a 'caravan pasaing serosa the »m «» African veldt to the fa mous Kimberley diamond fields are t among the most picturesque to he seen in "The Mask." the arreen dra I ma at the Winter Garden. .fa« k Holt In a du.il role and fled* da Nova are th#» leading member* of the cast. "Thr Maak" Ih a gripping , story of romance and adventure by I Arthur IfornblPW. • • • (OIi)MAL •'Down Home" is the title of th* acreen drama opened at the Colonial Wednesday It la a story of New Holland and haa a homely appeal—- the appeal of the ( kiin. w holeaome life of the country. The characters »»re as almple aa their surrounding* Hright flashes of humor relieve the mora serious situations. The cast Includes many favorites. Including I/catrti-* Joy, Kdward Ilearn, Ag|pe Herring and Robert Duly. • • • Rlil K MOI SK Urn Turpi n. nn a pursued T>on Juan, reluctant to marry, but Invln cible m hla appeal to the fair la the central comic figure tn Mark Son net t a latest comedy, "Horn® Talent at the Ftlue Mnu*<«* thl* werk. lUftlden the feature*! comedy. pretty little Mary Mllea Mlnter i* on the bill In "Jerry," a ncreen veralon of Blllle Rurke'a delightful Mafic com ody drama. • • • RK\ Striking contrasts occur In *Thr Vic* of Foola," a society drama atar rtnr Allen Joyce at the Re* thin week. In the midst of the irayest mo clal revela, the heroine (a called up on to prevent an elopement which would darken the life of the man she loven The charming and popular atar la seen at her in thla emo tional role. The Rex also la abowln* a new episode of "Th<» Son of Tarsal!.** • • • COLJHKtM A big rattlr l» one of the of King Vlilor'i production. "The ttky Pilot," at the Coliseum thla »wk, The «t»mp«-de takoa place at a moat critical time. Tha heroine 1* raring acrrma the plalna to warn the men attending a round up of a plot to ateal the cattle, a hen the terror utrirken animal* bre»k looee and make a nuul duxh toward the up proaching girl Her horse throw* her. and the entire herd ta stamped ing toward her. How she la *a»ed furnlrhea a big thrill for tha audi enco. Colleen Moore le tha gtrt. • • • LIBERTY I»«rothy Oreen. playing the part of Kanchon I„* Fare, the beautiful F'ariman dancer. In "The Good Hud Wife." at the liberty thia week, la wen for the first tim* on the silver NOW PLAYING— Our Bin FW& Cyclonic c£j Special A MACKSENN^ff? I.ATKBT & PART COMEDT "HOME TALENT" With Ewry Knnwn Sennott Comedian A NO MART MII.KB MINTKR In Lsll.I.IK Bt'RKK'B Kimuus StuK* Succftsa "JERRY" Crow's Feet, Wrinkles, Enlarged Pores j Coat liaise | ■■""•rallk T(1 *3?^ Buickly Show • 1 J-i\\ him V / «) ln»r«TNMit I / / / or ftim*f Back^^j^^ The first application of Howard's rtuttermilk Cream will astonish you The dullest, most lifeless complexion In turned to radiant beauty and red of rough hands or arms mad*' snowy white, y*'t there is not the slightest Hljrn of Its use, F» actually vanishes from sight and the most heated at-j Jmosphere will not produce the least shinlneas or greasincsa of the skin. No matter whether you are trou-| bled with a poor complexion, wrln 'kle*. puffin'*** around the eyes, crow's feel or llnes'arotind mouth, or Must a simple roughness of the fee*, [hands or arms caused hy wind or sun. you will find that these trou bles will quickly disappear with the use of Howard's Huitermllk Cream. To prove this to your complete satisfaction, get a package today at any first clsss drug or toilet Koods counter Insist on Howard's flutter milk Cream, no other Cream ran take its place, ff you cannot obtsin, send 10 rents silver or . ln/np* for generous trial package of ('ream and Soap to Howard Itros. Company, 4&7 Washington Street. Uuffalo, N. V. | The Owl Drug Co. can supply you.— A4vertla»we»*» THE SEATTLE STAR Mary MacLaren Has Leading Role in Gouverneur Morris Story at Strand Mary Macl.aren, talented young actress playing the femi nine lead in "The Wild Goose," a screen version of Ike popu lar novel by Govrcrneur Morris, which is the chief attraction at the StraiuJ thin ucck. Mil* Maclsiren in a sister to Katherine Mac Donald, "the A meriran beauty." "The Wild Goose" «a.<! directed by Albert Capellani, famous French director. nhtrt a* a fulifl«d*ed film Mar. Ml** <}r*«n haa h*rn »een in "vampy" role*. but her pan tui a clurlins of l*ari* jihown her at her brut. The pretty atar In *upp<>rtr*t bv Sidney Majinn a.i the male lead, and ti capable caat. Joieph Kilgour, heavy in I*oui*e (Slaum pictures, return* to the Bpoken drama. OH, LOOK! The Most Spontaneous Hit in Months! The Surprise Picture of the Year! Another "Humoresque!" (A I'rrfrxH I'irturr) Seattle, Wn., June 9th, 1921. To Our Patrons: We (seldom break into print or sign an "ad." and when we do you may know there is something doing. In this instance we want to hand you a little tip on the current bill. "Cheated Ix>ve," in our opinion, is one of those rare creations of the cinematic art that will tug at your heart strings and live a long time in your memory. You'll love the homely folks in this play, and sigh with them, and smile with them in every crisis. It is a picture from life's other side, minus some of the tears, and if you do not agree that it is one of the best productions of the season— well, we will refund the price of your tickets, anyway. That's just how much we, personally, think of this attraction. Qfa'Soctfc' Sunday: "The Beautiful Gambler" I Ahem! We're to Be N. Y. of the Pacific Hwuy Kim, director of the Korf*n Pre.s* ajtefiry, and ammo* ute editor of New mho arrived here Wedneaday. diM'larrd Seattle In likely to become th« Sew York of the F*a ciflo cowtt, bAcauw of the relation* it In developing with the Far i£a*L OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT GROTE-RANKIN'S THE GRGTt-RANWN CQ OTTO r. MOIL. frtmiJtmi Friday Specials Eighty Reed t ROCKERS CHAIRS There are eighty of these Chairs and Rockers in this of fering, on sale Friday. Special $6.50 each. A Timely Sale of Garden Hose %-inch Pioneer BHeline Cotton Hose of the best quality, reinforced with rubl>er tubing, complete with coupling*. 25-foot lensfths; special $3.85 50-foot lengths; special '~.56.85 >4-inch Red Ribbed Rubber Moulded Hose that will give long and satisfac tory service; priced complete with couplings. 50-foot lengths $8.85 Wooden Hose Reels; an extraordinary value $1.98 -Bwwil Stare These Items Will Interest Prudent Housewives SO Dozen 1 SO Pieces ] ,-- SlbySS inch! Pillow Long $1.85 <?rmy >55.25 C«e. 19C floth r M CujP Size 42 by 36 10 yds. in piece j Blankets Twenty-five Dozen Huck Towels 20c Each 18 by 36-inch Linen Finished Huck Towels, of excellent weight. This is a very unusual value. $3.85 Each Woven in a pleasing Tar tan plaid design and made with a large and comfort able throw-back pillow. I NOW I* LAVING A THRILLING STORY Wherein a hu.sba.ntl dls«iipf«r* and his vitgaJwiui brotbrr comes Id— "THE MASK" —with— HEDDA NOVA. JACK lIOLT LITTLE MICKEY MOORE FOOL THE WIFE? WELL MAYHE— FOOL THE CHILD? NEVER! ALSO I PATHK NEWS SPECIAL COMEDY I TOPICS 01-' TIIK DAI Woven Hammocks at Reduced Prices $3.95 Each A very striking cross stripe design is woven in to the body and deep val ance of these comfortable Hammocks. TACOMA.—William Dolan, pri.«-on er in city Jail, declared by Coroner Shaver to have died lrom ooi.sonius by denatured alcohol. Good apple pie; go to Boldt'a:—Ad- j vertieement. BUNIONS! Pain Sftopa Instantly— Hump Vaniahaa TRY IT AT MY RISK Hwm. tnarvaloga »w to traat bunioaa. Stop# pain Inatantly - bautahaa tb« a«!» bump ana tlrad, achay. awaUan. burrtiad gmmUioo. Yoa mtlk // can nti a malar aba* Jjro\ //. «M> nalin Trwt it at my rtak. Flrattrialaaariaaaa. Pi* / /jgVaK Pi No cluinay apparatua, na f llfJoiilK. rubbav moid or nrptactor. | iw 'TTBK bo uncomfortabla laathar I ¥1 J'/fv ahiald or fatt pad, noplaa -1 tar aa> muaay liquid. I J /• it PEDOOYNE. Tba Caaplata 1 u ftrnmiaaTraataaaat Youwillaavit I Jkiintt I u waadaaful aaiaaiaa, ao quick, JUUUI'I ao aurr do««it act.Dott'i araurtima / uv I and money on uarlea* nie'h>*!». / mT .1 Don't auffrr Try PEDODYNE at fTy)N|Alf lay riak Write today btloie vou iu»ii"»n,i ( jo another thing Juat aay "I want V Jto try PfcDODYNK." V Addraaa KAY LABORATORIES Dept. M, ItAtl Raymond ita, | laa .%ngH«*. (allf, Two Styles of Lawn Mowers • Are Reduced 12-inch Lawn Mower, with 4 spiral cutting blades and eight-inch drive wheels; priced, special, each.... f 8.60 14-inch Lawn Mower, with lO'/i-inch drive wheels and ball-bearing construc tion; priced, special, each ? 12.85 —Basement Stan 200 Dresser Scarfs Special 45c Each Three styles—lace trimmed—hem stitched or finished with colored em broidered edges. As the number of each style is limited, early selection is advisable. $4.65 Each Strong, reinforced Ham mocks with Jacquard pat terns in a canvas and twill weave, finished with a deep valance. 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