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MONDAY. JUNE 20. 1921.
lie— «w iuki NOW The •KtdUtuflllg love record of the world'* tiH*i f l«l,le hu-biuiti: See what this girl doe» to win a crown! A Romance of I a Throne Ct (fKirumounl fpkiun |hP STRAND ORCHKSTRA Inder N. K. WINKUWD. |>la} Ins Overture "I.it In Ca\alr\ llj- .Su|HM< BOBBY nt mps CARTOON Rl RTON IIOL.MKS SCKNIC MR. I'IIKUKRICK C. I KKIM.I K On Ihe Organ WR KEATCRK Ol'R MIMC hkrk r7^fll®2Dsinri NOW! U 1 CheMer TW <M m S«T«*nlc IjOVK AND DRY 11.TRY, HASH AND PWCiKR! A combination ili»l will utart mil rtrllfmrnt any place— IhU time U'» In (he \|km-Iw iiimli rworid »( I'ario! dh S^iei^ha^M ►WrjWhlte and^Cß .Vwi! Pnmarriedt V mount TOONKRVILLE COMEDY "TOONERVILLE'S BOOZEM FRIENDS" COUSEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA SI Arti«U—ARTHI"R KAY, Conductor Plajing overture "Entrance of Bacchus" from "SjlUa," by Deiibo COMING—"A TaJe of Two World*" mmEM DraSfLN ' ? W The Fuom Racing I >rama Wf " THE SPO " T SrT'ii V —with Matt Moore and Mar \j it/ l o * R'l'J. la a very exciting hT Jf Tp/I J ami fast action story of aen j kaiiooal UirilU! MKRMAID COMEDY "Notisenae" Episode I? "THR SON OK TAR/AN" Home of 100 Per Cent lecture* *tw—A ple • ■re «f rare •eealc beaaat/ SNOW BLIND" —with Russell SjmpKon. Pauline Starke, Mary Alden and Cullen Landis. SENNETT COMEDY CUTICURA HEALS RASH ON FACE Terribly Inflamed. Could Not Sleep Itched So Badly. M I bad ■ rash on my forehead and nose. It was terribly inflamed and developed into sore eruptions. Some nights I couldn't sleep it itched so badly, and my fact waa quite dis figured. " I tried sevsral remedies but to no avail. A friend told me of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and after using them shout three months I was com pletely healed." f Signed ) Mr. Walter Olsen, 3234 W. Hirsch St.. Chicago. Illinois. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum promote and maintain skin purity, skin comfort snd skin heslth. 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The hair drlea quickly and evenly, and it leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get Mulaified 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 euro your druggist gives youj Multtiiiid.—Advertisement, The wwii'i mi*l maexlve and nia(niifU*,-nl nrhkvniinit —7.IWH) In Ih« M(U MUST NATIONAL KINO GRA.M.S A virile dra ma rmmmt+4 In INe heart of Iter « nnndian llorklra J. A V. N>w» (''titling (HAItI.KS RAY in "Mfntp Iron" Anne Gets No Sympathy From This Writer l*«ttet-« are pouring in to the De ception" editor. Those who have already the showing of the big screen production at the Ftrand thla week display keen nytupathy for Anne Holey n, tht b»autifu! w.fe of King Henry VIII. of Kngland However. In the morning'** mail l* a letter from Mrs M IV Young of Alderwood Manor, which give* a new angle to the Mtuation Judging from her letter Mr*. Young t» w* 11 read in history. Her lettrr follows: "I am moi> familiar with the )iln toriral facta of the life of Anne Bolevn than with the play. of couwf And In view of my knowledge of historical facta I have very little sympathy for Anne. Bhe only got what she could expect. She was Catherine'® ladv In waiting, and she alienated Henry VII I. from Catherine, who had been his wife for 20 years. "Anne xhould have loved h»r <i'ieen too well to Helen to Henry'* urote* tatlon* of love. Then Anne In turn wa<i replaced by Jane Seymour. Anne* lady In wait Inc. lK>et<n't It look like 'tit for tut'? "As to the Inheritance for th<* little Kiln bet h Catherine had i» daughter Mary, who nhnulri had first claim to their father'* prop erty and title. "1 don't think Ann* 'had a I** to Mand on.' She whi quite willing: to have Catherine dlvor» e<l I low | could *he eipect to fare better than the wife of 20 yearn? Ann* hud plot tM agalnat her queen. Could ahr hope for better treatment from her aubjecta? especially aince a throne wm to t»e the reward. "Of courae that waa In 1630. and our Ideaa and concept lon of moral* are probably aome different In 1921. So It'a hard to may what one would have done If one had lived 400 yearn ago tnafud of now. •nut— "Our voting people nee depicted on the Mag* and read newspaper ac counts of too many auch Incident* and Pvmpathlx* too often with the Anne In the caae. And ao tolerance for Much women and their ulna i« fcatered among the young folka " Have you aeen "Deception" yet* What 1* your opinion? For the beat letter on the aubject $lO In caah will be given. There will alao be three caah prlxea of $S each and a num her of theatre ticket* for the beat letter*. Send your letter right awnr to the "Inception Editor.** Seattle Star. Con teat cloaea Friday. Winner* announced Saturday. Bakery Co. Safe Is Blown; $5OO Stolen Safe cracker* early Sunday morn in*: blew the *»fe of the Hand. B«k < ry Co . at 2H Union at.. and escaped with |M*o In caah. bonds and jewelry Three hole* had been drlllld In the •wife, nitroglycerine being uaed to fore* the heayy ateel door. The rob bery waa not dlacovered until 9 a. m Sunday by the Janitor, who reported to the police. The aafe had been moved to a bark room from the office. In plain view from the street, the exploalve placed and covered with blankets before the charge wa« aet off. The Sanda bakery la owned by Charlea Sands and L. G. Itordaon Police claim the robbery was com mittcd by expert eracitameo. A. W. CHRISTIE HAD 10 LAY OFF DAYS AT A TIME Seattle Man Had Rheumatism So I lad He Couldn't Turn Over in Bed. "I think T mu«t have taken, during the pant two yearn, about every kind of medicine you could namr, but Tanlac In In a clans by itself," de dared A. W. 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H, brattlr'a Imdlnit Hentlat AO* Columbia Ik THE SEATTLE STAR Romance of Canadian Northwest Shown in Drama Now at Liberty Cullcn Landis and Pauline Starke, two of the featured players in "Snou blind," the screen drama at the Liberty this week. IJBKKTY A colorful drama of the Canadian Northweat, adapted to the acreen from Katharine Nemlln Iltirt'a farn oua novel, "Hnowbllnd," Is th« popu lar feature at the Übcrty thla week. The plot revolves around two brothers, who fall In love with a younjf girl lo*t In the woods and blinded by the snow glare. Sylvia, the girl, noon gives her heart to Hugh, the older brother, be Ue\ Ing him to be the big. heroic man he pictures himself to be. Then one •Uy she re«*)vera her night and ahe known llugh for the man he really la a bodily and mentally distorted man who had Killed his best friend and fled to the wilderness to cacape l>aylng for hi* crime. How stie keep* the fact that ahe has regained her *lght a secret and eventually gives her heart to the younger brother is dramatically pic tured. The Know scenes, which are un usually beautiful, were taken at Lake l.<>ui.f"-. Canada. • • • WINTKIt g.\kdi:n I.lke Mary I'lckford, Charlie Oiap lln and Itourlu* Fairbanks, the name i>f David Wark Griffith attached to any screen showlnc means a holdover etifnufrmcnt. Griffith's latest cinema pontrlbu tlon. "Dream Htreet," Is now In Its second week at the Htrund and sllll playinr to crowded houses. In this new picture the fcunou* producer Introduces a new "find" In the person of Charlie Mark, a youth with no little actinic ability and a likable screen personality. "Dream Street" In an adaptation of two of Thomas Hurke's Mot-lea. "Ulna of Chinatown" and "The Sinn of the Ump." It tells of the ro mance of (Jypsy Kalr. a little dancer who I* loved by two brothers. Carol Dempster I* Oypsy Fair. • • • rai.isKOt Thomas Melghan appears In the role of a reformed crook In "White and Vnmarrled," his latewt starring vehicle, at the Collaeum this week. A* Hilly Kane. Tom nets his pass port for Kurope after tires of a crook's life. He tires after nuiking a good haul. On the boat he meets IHirothea, • lauKhter of his last victim. He acts as her big brother and guide in Paris. .She falls In love with n question il.le character and marries htm Tom falls In love with a dance hall entertainer. He marries her, but not until he whips a gang of Apaches and rescues her from kid napers. Just so things Will be hnppy for all, he kills Dorothea's husband In a fight with the Apaehes. Dorothea believes It's "good riddance to bad rubbish." So there! Jacqueline I»Riin Is the dancer and Clracc Daitnund plsys the part of Dorothea • • • REX "The Sport of Kings." a dramatic racing drama. Is being shown at the He* this week. Mali Moore la the featured player. Moore appears as Sale Kenrnan. a famous trainer who Is ruled off a Northern track when he charges conspiracy between a club member and a starter. Krom here on the story takes a decidedly Interesting angle. Kear nan meets and falls In love with "Bobble" Iceland, owner of the ceie hrated Vlvandlere, a priste winning horse. # There is a big horse rare In which i realistic incident occurs and a tire Aboard ship. Margot Kelly * who hat lately been achieving fume In England a* an In genue, playa the rolo of "Hobble" Leland. • • • 111.1 K MOI'SE An innocent roan is in fhe electric chair. Guards are putting on the electrodes. A purty with proof of his Let the "Dime & Dollar" Make Your Dimes and Dol lars Earn Dividends for You llouard Willi ftmtlle Title Trwl t'ompanf. Kwlranee MK> Ktroad Ave. and 111 Columbia Ml. lafr lirfttalt Vaults la Coaaeetlaa Innocence Is racing to the prison In an auto. A Ktorm ha* d»«etroyed tele phone communication. It also Im pede* proKreaa of the auto. The district attorney la In the ma chine. Aa the machine pauses an electrical power station he niahrs In and has all the switches pulled. The prlnon Is without current. The In nocent man Us saved by an tycUsh, a a it were. This Is the "punch" In "Mother o' the Thornaa I nee production, at the Hlue Mouse this we«*k It grip* the audience. It la rem«4iib«Ti*d after the fade-out. The innocent man !s willing to die to save the honor of his mother He la *aved by his sweetheart. JJoyd Hughe* In the Innocent man, Hetty flow* Clark, the svmeethaart, Claire Mcf>owell, the mother. Betty Wythe la the vlllaJnoas. • e a CI.KMMFK "Wolves of the North." tli* nim play at the Clrinmer starr-ins Kvu Novak. Is not a triangle play, but It mlKiit he described as s quad ranjrle with the Arvtle circle form Init the fourth dimension, for It t>- In the Far North that the dramatic problem U faccd and solved. The story starts with a rlrl who tenches school In an Alaskan set tlement. Two men love her. One is a weakling; the other more akin to a brute, yet with a good heart •nd the abtHt|r to tako caro of himself In a fr_ca*. (>\er the love of this flrt th • two men battle almost to the death and the outcome Is /lever certain until the story rruches the fast pace of the finish stretch. Hertiert Heyes. playing opposite Miss Novak a* the more fortunate ef the two men. plays the role with understanding vigor. STRAND Killed with convincing appeal. "Deception," the big European pro duction. Is beini? presented for the first time In this city at the Strand theatre this week. This is a monstrous production In which more than 7.000 people appear. The theme of "Deception" den's with the love of Anne Uoleyn for King Henry VIII, Kngland'a "royal lover," whose amours all but rplit Ku rope. The settings am fine. They In elude the procession and coronation of Anne Holey n In Westminster Abbey, the tournament, the water carnival on the Thames and the royal tennis playing. Hemty Porten. a lovely actress, and Kind Jannlngs, a plajcr of siirnal endowments, bolh famous screen players of Kurope, enact th? leading roles. • • • (OEOMAL A masterpiece of fiction made Into a unique film in "Black Beauty." the attraction at the Colonial thia wefk. It in what might be termini an ex traordinary production In that it con tains two stories interwoven in such a manner that they are a I way a sepa rated. and yet the action blends so nicely the whole makes but one nar rative. This is the work of Lillian and George Randolph Chester. They left the story written by Anna Sewell Ju*t an they found it, preserving Its simple masterly style, and added to It an inside story concerning the hu man beings, friends of Black Beauty. This is the story that Black Beauty had no means of knowing and could not see. It explains the reason for going to town on the rainy day in which the bridge was swept away. It I emphasizes the Importance of the family being at the inn when the sta : hie was burned and adds a thrilling ! spectacular race between horse and | locomotive. The "inHide* *tory" In portrayed by a splendid caat headed by Jean I'aigc. Official War Film at Met Thank?i to the motion picture camera and the brave boys of the Inited States Signal Corps, that op erated the taking of the many thrilling scenes In the "U. 8. Gov ernment Official War Film," a large audience last night at the Metropoli tan theatre witnessed the "dough boys" in France going over the top against the duns amidst the burst ing of shefls and gas aitacks. The pictures are the official Gov ernment War Films taken en the battlefields of France and Just re cently released to the American I,e glf>n for showing throughout the country. There Is plenty of action In the offrring with flushes throughout of fights on both the land and in the air. 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