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SATITtDAV. (.HTOBKR 8. 1921.
Fay Bainter Coming to Met fc*** * * * * * « Dancer Is Moore Headliner Fay Bainter and Frederick Howard, Metropolitan. 2 Charles Barney, Palace Hip. 3—Jack Roue, Moore, i—Arthur Belasco, Wilkes. S—.4nn Suter, Pantages. At tha Metropolitan thaatra, start- In* tomorrow nlgtit. William Harrla Jr.. win present for tha first tlma here Pay llalnter. former Seattle stock actraaa. who haa won fama in Naw Tork In "Eaat la Weet " Por two year* glowing raporta hara baan romltii to tu tram Naw Tork'* Rlalto of thia charming llltla Chi Daddy. Bold fa Butterhorna ara da ltoiooa.—Advertisement. Problems of Life As the Days Pass By ly KDWIX J. mOWH t« CaHnMa street Mr* A. R- Smith. of MIS Hitk ara. Seattle, a road and kewtMla house wife, called oa me Tbureday and re- T, B latad tha atory of bow her huebaod had fcaaa swindled Palaleaa Jlmaoa — who always wm, bat Barer will ba again—tha world renowned. light mog. aha age tooth artist who^HH^H rel tared :Mr. Smith forty-fire good. bard • earned dol lara,aad when Mra Smith called at Dr. jlmson's office, the tooth wlsard had gone and a new wlsard waa In poM«Mton who could not. and would not make good the contract of wli ard No. 1. So Mr and Mra Smith ran do but one thing, "forget It." The moral la that there are many wood, boneat dentlaU In Beattl* who hara Ured here for many yaara, and who are well known and glre their personal aerrlce to their practice. It la always aafa to patronise the re liable. long sstabllsbed dentists who ara recommended to you by their aatlaf'ed patient*. Dollar-grabbing *hows the degen eracy ta the profeaslon of medicine aad surgery. Duty and ethical eon duet ara aa clear as mud to some medical men. A modern dlaciple of Hippocrates In San Fraaclso testi fied that be knew whet ailment a patient was suffering from when he waa called In the emergence whan tha patient was first taken sick. but as ner regular physician had not naked htm what her aliment was. he did not tell him (thus allowing th' patient to die). I would like to"now whsther that first physician *>llect ed his fee. and whether a falr-mlad »d peraon would eoneider that he had dona his duty to th* patient that waa allowed te-dta Tha Klu Klu* Klan appears to hara taken on quite some iobr de stroying the Jews, th* Catholics. the Social lata, the negroes and wiping out the yellow peril, after which the gang will Iron out the rest of ue or run ua through the mangle and take ebarg* of town, city, county. *tat* and nation with a backet of tar and eome featbera aa a aubetltute for tke law of the land. Some Job! Sic 'am Ola. Tha unemployed question has be eoma a chief concern of thle world «ad well It may. 1 shall write on this question nest week, especially tha refusal to employ th* older workers with families to support. ijgL* fm HWZMA Well now ibr I took DtHrrce^ Favorite /ITjl 11 A geod cmplnlua " Is not a natter ol patting something os tke (ut, bat of patting tha Hood and tha feminine organ* In bealthy condition. No woasaa can hare • fair akin If b«r bealth la undermined with drain*, pain* and ner?ousness. Mora real complexion* bare been »» cured by oslng Dr. Pierce's Favorlt* Prescription tban by all paints and powder* combined. It makes women well, sad well women are always fair to look upon. Remember tbat the latest fashion Is a natural complex loa. There is bat one thing that bolda eld age back, and tbat Is health Sickness and weakness bring old age early In Hie. Dr. Pierce's Fa forlte Prescription Is a bulldlng-uj medicine for women. It heaps then looking yoang by keeping them well It is a woman's tonle for the frail the delicate and those wbo are ner too*, dltcy and wbo have bachacb* tnd dragging pain*. "Farorlte Pre fcrlptlon" I* altogether vegetable and Is made without a particle of alcohol It 1* *afe to take Try It NOW. Ia tablet or liquid form at all good drui •tore*, or aend ten oent* for trial package of tbe tablets to Dr. Plerce'i Invalids' Hotel ia Buffalo, N. T. neee American comady. which vied with "I Jghtnln" for popularity oa Broadway. and now, after patient waiting, we are to hara an oppor tunlty to underatand why. That Mr. Harrta haa one of tha birrest dramatic hlta of recant yaara In "East la Weet" and that Kay Ralnt»r In tha role of tha girl heroine from tha Oleatlal empire haa riven the Mage another of thoae delightful Oriental character cre attona that ara ao appealing, there can he no doubt The atory of "Fast Is West" eon cerna a young Chinese maiden who ta sold by her father to a prosper oua Chinese merchant of San Fran ctwo and tha erantful atory of her Bfe thereafter forma a colorful and Interna ling tale --one that would ba spoiled by tha tailing In advance. Suffice to say tha play ta In three acts and a prologue, with soenea showing a lore boat on tha Tang T»e rtrer In (Titaa, a wealthy China man's store room In San Fnutclaco, aa wen as a glimpse of American Ufa aa seen on Nob HIP. tha ex (•lustre residential section of tha Golden Gate city. No ona will ba seatsd during th* prologye aa tha action begins at once. Th* curtain rises promptly at •a*. POPITAR DANCKR TOPS MOORF. SHOW In tha dance fraternity there I* no one held In greater esteem than Pearl Regay. who com'i to the Moore tomorrow at the head of tha new bill of Orphcutn circuit vaude rllle. Miss Hegay la said to dance •very kind of dance under tha sun, moon and stars. She Is sLao accom panied by her own big band, two other big dancers end a wealth of fine settings. Thomas Swift and Mary Kelley In "Gum Drop*" are said to have an exceedingly clever skit. .Doolsy and Storey sing and dance, and for good measure throw In some Fred Stone snd Will Rogers "stuff." Mirgaret Ford Is a newcomer to vaudeville She la rery attractive and haa tha novelty of possessing a soprano and alao a rich baritone voice. Oautler Brother** toyshop la * new thine In educated animal offering* The Van Celloa title their act "Foot Feats." Jack lion i a on* of (ha bl« f*aturea of tha nnr bill. In plain Jpngltah. Rom !■ a comedian. IN. *n »eture<l comedian with (icorge White's "Scandals of WII.KKS CO. IN TAKKINftTON PI.AY Few magaxtn* stories on the last decade bar* had tha general appeal of Booth Tarklngton's "Pen rod" eerie* that were published In The Cosmopolitan. These have been pre pared for the »t»*». and the Wilkes Player* will be seen In tha dramatic r»rnlon of tha popular atorle*. t>egln. nine with the matinee tomorrow. A special caat haa been selected *o that the ehlldren'* role* will be In the be*t hand* poMitble and an excellent per formance I* promised. Few playwright* have the Iriolght into the heart of youth that I* Km J rn% nt and Von lirrtxrc II Hfl 3NO «. UNIVtIWTY (V tnbrr S-14 II Earle Williams II HI aP Ant In hi* lat«wt Mtvrnturn II I vlll u Can Be Done " H I Santscbi £ W a || The tion-of-the-Out- SS m| door* In hi* II rip-roarinc, iquirt II || shootinuc u«!»Um ■£ B WE ■ woivm" ■ » si jh m || COMEDY Mfc. Jf SB j "" ,,ort > n <) Snappy" Sanßiiaaii $1,200 STOLEN FROM WAITRESS Burglars Take Valuables From Apartment A MOfl aaalaKin roat, a on moo i broooh. a dtamond rtn«. »n onn rln*. an Ivory tollal *at. clothlna and travalln* ctuwa of tha total valua of ft.loo wara tahan from tha apart mant of Mia* Pearl Nelson. wait raaa. who llvaa at tha Imrta apartmatita, 71& Hlilh ava.. Friday Right, Mlaa Nalaon raportad to pollra. Mra. K fk-hlattar. proprlatraaa of tha !k>rV a|.artmanta, aald thraa man nun« down tha hall of tha apart menta and aaknd to u»a tha tala phone naar tha hour of 11 SO. Finally | *h« heard t>ne of tha man aay. "It'a a ctneh." Tha man atepped out <tn tha *trr*t and dlaappaarad Mlaa Nal aon atatea aha received a call at • 10 la at ntirht at a large downtown cafa J where aha la employed l>n anawar ln» tha telephone tha party had fWM. Mlaa Nelann returned hotna after midnight to find har apartmant had l»en entered The ntaraudara had uaad a tlnplatad nua knlfa to pry open tha aprtnit loi-h Talks to Democrats About Europe Today George F. CottetW. recently re turned from Iwllvrland, »u to •p«tk on "Th* Situation In Furop* Today" before the Kin* County IVmocietie club at Meve* cafeteria Saturday noon pose imkl to surh a KTrat degroe by Ilooth Tarktngton and hla ability to make the chnnu t*r» of hla story ltv» on the stage la at moat unranny. Playgoer* who will r»nwml«r Tark- Inrtnn'* "HtrmlMn" will know that th«y hava a treat In store for them In Tenrod," and It ta ennounoed that every care baa been used In th* atar ln» of the piece to maka It identical with tha production ihown In New Tork laat scawin. Tha play will be produced bara n«xt week for tha first tlma on the Pacific Coaat. Ernest Naal Klin*, who had an Important rota In "Oaddy Dump- Una," will ba tha "Penrod" of tha tltla role. and several other Seattle children who poaeeas inarkad talr.it wltl ba In tha play. SCKKKN STAR Id COMING TO PAN Juanlta Hanaan. ralabralad mo tion plctur* atar. whoaa fact la familiar to all followara of tha screen, will appear In person at tha Pan tagee on tha now bill, opening Mon day matinee Mlaa Hanaan la notad particularly for bar appearance In sartal plcturea and waa tha atar of "Tha Ixxrt City." which waa ahown not lon* ago at tha Pantagaa. Sh* will appaar is • acana from "Tha I-oet City " In addition ta Mlaa Hanaan. the naw Mil at tha Pantages wtll bar* another star —Will Morrtaey. Interna tional entertainer, who was ona of tha fore moot oomedlans derotlng their senloaa to tha men overseas Ha la ona of tha beat known and moat popular comedians of vaude vtHa. Other act# are. The Btufflui Heiress." a musical comedy: Clayton Kennedy and Mettle Rooney In "Can Yon Imagine It?"; Ann Suter In char acter songs and ths Huml*rt Proth era, acrobats. SNAPPY PROC.RAM AT PAI.ACIC HIP Snsppy and diverting *ntertaln ttlenl la said to be generously pro vlded to the new vaudeville that will appear for a four days' en gagement beginning tomorrow, at t/fw's Pslace Hip theatre. The comedy note of the bill rill be emphasised by rhartes Bar cey and company, who will offer s rollicking comedy entitled "Never Again." The Washington Trio. *ho blend harmony and laughter happily In "A Choir Rehearsal." are reputed to be worthy of spe cial mention. Mystery and skill are worked out with many new In i entlons In ths way of magical f<-ata In "The Mystic C.arden.' ( harlea Prevette Is the star of the production. Teas and Ann Carlei are a dainty pair of girls, in divert luj- song repertoire, with piano an 1 ukulele accompaniments. Paring aerial doings are to be provided by th* Ardell brother*. "Home Stuff" Is the title of the feature photo play. MEW REVIEW AT BITI.KR Walter Kmereon get* married twice each night In the big wedding number offered as * lie feature of the Butler eong and danc# revue Tha mtiimi worn In this »pecla.lty are extremely elaborate. Mr. Havaga personally selected tha entertainer* appearing In tha new r»rlew wherf on a visit to Ban Fran elsco recently and the Butler patrons are loud Id their prslae of his choice. Tiny Burnett's special Jsk orche» tra dance music. rll K SKA IT L K STAR FATEFUL FIGURES IN PRIEST SLAYER CASE faff Curtis REDWOOD CITT. Oal.. Oct. » Intereat In the trial of William A Hightower for the alleged murder of the Rev Father Patrick Heslin quickened today a result of yes terday's stormy session It wan con sidered possible that lha state might put on Maria Wendall, Ita "tar wit mss. thla mom In* Mrs. Wendall, who wa» houeekeep rr for Father lfealln at lha tlma ha was kidnaped and later murdered at t'nltna, Cti, wsa espected to Idanllfy Hightower tentatively km tha man who railed tha aged padre from hla horn* to "attend a dying man " Tenterday's session waa enlivened by tha court rebuking an attorney for alleged Improper conversation In hearing of tha Jury and by a spirited anamination of a handwriting eg pert who testified ha believed tha handwriting on a nota demanding ransom after Father Healln waa kid naped waa lhat of Hightower. Thruout story ran aeml tanaatful allusions to affair* with women—a meeting with Dolly Mason. whlrh bared to him the atory of lha "drunken foreigner,** a rertain Doris Shirley. who elnce he* proved a nemeala, I'eggy True Curtla. hla "dream girl." and recipient of hla lova let t era, tbo personally unac quainted. Out of thaaa stories cams tha d* tention of a Dolly Ua«on. who proved to be tha "wrong one." and'the ap pea ranee of Mlaa Mhlrlcy to complete ly upaet High tower's alibi that ha had been IB har company on tha night tha priest waa murder ad. INVENTIONS Or IXKKRNAI. MACHINES Then, too, there has been gathered evidence of a mora direct nature. Folic* finding the word "uncon scious" spelled Incorrectly la one of tha ransom note* called upon High tower to use tha word la a written report, and discovered the same ml a take. Fart of a aand covered tant was found In his room. A bit of rope, such as waa used In binding ths body of the a lain priest, was also discovered In his room. I "art tally completed Inventions of Infernal ma chines wera there, too. Finally a housekeeper at tha parish home of Father Healln identified Hlghtowar as the man who had called on tha night of hla disappearance. | FRESH| Tea—to be good—must be fresh "SALADA" TBA !• alwaystresh and poiseuei that unique flavour of 'goodness* that has Justly made It famous. BUCK PANTHER'S CIB' Produced by W K. Mr»f«ld A STARTLING VIEW OF ■ PARIS SOCIAL LIFE ▼ Starring LORENCE REED nd an Kxroptional Caat i Mia* Hf-M'a Hl*ge-t, moat it*, moat Knlrrtalnlng anil 4^m Jivlah plctum. Rrihu at the INTER GARDEN //# TIIKATRR \ SATt KIJAY, OCT. IS ALL THIS WEEK BEGINNING Today Matinee Thomas Wilkes Presents "PENROD" A Delightful Comedy of American Youth V ' . : "v, ' " By Booth Tarkington From His Pernod Stories % at the ev«*. JV II tvm V/rifi Mat a.: Today. Wrd. * Hat. IMf I I §£ &■ W and 5<H-—plua WW J I'hono KUlott 3525 ww Top row (left to right)— Peggy True Curtis, whom High tower call* his "dream girl" and whom hf tl'ill seek to rail a* character witness; H'm. A. Hightower, defendant, and Doris Shirlry, former c<>n.<ort of Hightower's who shattered his time alibi. Below (right)— District Attorney Franklin Swart of San Mateo county, chief prosecutor, and Carl Eisen tckimmel, handwriting expert, who testified regarding the ransom note. In addition tha psychologists point to tha apcutr'-nt dealra of the defend ant to appear aa a "klllar" In tha ayea of aoma of hla lovea. In one latter to his "dream girt" he tella of a man who sought to nppoaa hla In ventlon of a marblne run. and "who dlnl." Thaaa "dream girl" letters re- Teal Hlghtowar In a most Interesting Jekyll Hyde rola. On tha other hand, IllShtower pre sents • Sphinx tike allance. "1 could not have dona It: prove that I did." la hla attitude. His at tomeys hare bean busy with data to show that one man could not have carried and burled tha priest; that the tlma allowed for tha commission of tha crime by tha prosecution elim lnatas Hightower aa a suspect; and than, tba possibility of "something." At this something na hss already hinted Ha has In tt ma ted that an Immediate alibi could ba proved hut for soma dealrs to protect somebody from something. BPOKANB Frances HASKINS. 11. on way to hospital, killed when ■trotcher b»ar*ra trip Bank Messenger Is Robbed of $15,000 PASADENA, Cal, Oct * William Booker, colored, meaaenger for the i "Miens' Saving* Hank. was held up and rol»byl of IIJ.OOO In currency as hs stepped off a 1-os Angeles tar yesterday. Two men took part In tha holdup, one engaging tha messenger In con versation. wlilie the other pulled out a run and seized tba money bag Booker la now being questioned by pollcw. BAN FRANCISCO—Reoord of « hours flat established by IT. S. mall alrplar.a Tying between Salt Lake City and fjan Francisco. TODAY TNOS. H. IRCPS ALU mo RmUM K or TWO WORIJJS "THE CUP OF LIFE" A Dialingulaheri f'aat Fratur inc Tally Marshall. Nilra Wclck. Madge Bellamy.' Hobart lUaworth LOEW'S PALACE HIP The Only The atre in Town Showing Fea ture Photo plays and Vaudeville TOMORROW Charles Barney A Co. Washington Trio "The Mystic Garden" Teis & Ann Carter Ardell Bros. —And— A METRO PICTI'RK "HOME STUFF" —Willi— DANA : i LAST CALL ONLY A FEW DAYS IX)N(,KR TO SEK— Over The Hill H Flrlurlird from Will (Vleton'i famou* poem* I THE WONBERFUL STMT I OF MOTHER LOVE B Have No Regrets— I See Thii Great Picture I While You Have the Chance I FIRST SHOW AT 10:00 A. RL ■ Other Show* IVtin at 12:00 Noon, *:00, 4:00, 6.-M, IM ■ and 10:00 P. M. 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