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MONDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1021.
JENSEN & VOH HERBER6 WEEK |Q/J k / y "/ picturest Kir*t Day Douglas Fairbanks in DumiLs' undving story "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" —«■ "All for one, one for all" High claxs in every re \ClUlotlWti■JjU I sp**t—Paramount's _ rr»^^V[i I I jD.PI * '»• jiw- i ? ,^vCL/ "AFTER THE SHOW" A William de Mille production with Jaek Holt—Charles Ogle—Lila Lee From the Saturday Evening Post Story— 'The Stage Door" DrV TOW SANTSCHI . I "•"• wiim— VILA TV# Binrl «f rasgetf ataakMrf. I "II <aa la THE «NL)ICK" I ■»!)«»" rv H there is - anything I I 1,1 3_Mj r W funnier it's not in town J J this week. IWi Coortesjr, M u»w, Pfcturi s Charles Chaplin in his * comedy Attraction "The Idle Class" Two old favorites—Edna Purviance and Mack Swain f —are with Chaplin in this irresistible mountainside of mirth! "BUND Special Kn»»irnitnt MAI/OTTK HEARTS" Al Ni'wmui, the llayer- at the VV.irlllirr roll Plsnist, and Hruce featuring Tropl- A rousing drama Hatll»l|ll, Ihuiju Aral Moonlight" of the Arctic! list. popular long. Fairbanks Gives Great Performance as D'Artagnan in 'Three Musketeers* Douglas Fairbanks as D'Artagnan and Marguerite De !m Motte as Constance in "The Three Musketeers," screen itr rion of the masterpiece by Alexander now at the, StrancL STRAND «*rpilK THRKK MI'SK KTKKKS" I la one of the gr<-atrst photo plays ever projected upon the n Douglas Fairbanks, In the role of D'Artagnan flashes thru the scenes like some wild animal leaping from crag to crag Neither window*, nor wall, nor roofa, nor river, nor broken bridges are bars to hla man) conquest*. Pumas never Imagined a rv A r t I nan so agile as I>oug portray* him. I for th* sake of the censor* an un- I edifying acene or» two 1* omitted I The play end* when D'Artagnan j accomplishes hla purpose. "Th* Three Musketeers," a* Fair [ hank* play* It. 1* a spirited story I that holds the Interest without lot |up from beginning to end. The act* and lighting effect* are won derful. D'Artagnan was the eon of an Impoverished Oaacon nobleman Louis XIII was king of France Cardinal Klcfcelleu was prime mints tar. The e»rdlnsl sought greater power by aeparatlng Iy>ul» and Queen Anne. D'Artagnan became famous In a day when he helped th* three fa mous musketeer*. Athoa. Porthna and A ram Is. subdue seven of the cardinal's guards. He became enamored ef Con stance, the queen'* seamstress. Urali demanded that hla wife wear a diamond clasp he had gtven her at a state function. This clasp she had given tf the Duke of Buck ingham. Hidden k>r Constance. D'Artagnan set out for England to regain the clasp to aave th* good name of his queen. The three m>i»k*teer* wen: with him. until t*i# Ihue In turn were disposed of by tha cardinal a agents. After many rltks D'Artagnan re turned to Paris In time for th* queer, to go before the king wearing diamond clasp. Thus was her good name saved e e * WINTER GARDEN . Comedy, character drawing. ro mance. sentiment, drama, all have their part In the big theme of "Over the Hill." the William Fog classic, which Is still showing at the Winter Garden. The story. Which was taken from Will Carleton's poems, recounts the Joys and aorrews of a typical mother who raises a large family of children, only to have them. In her old age. allow her to drift from them, to eke out an existence on charity. The "black sheep" son. however, when he discovers the condition, comes to hi* mother's rescue, snd sll ends happily —with the little mother. Just like every true mother that ever lived, forgiving and forgetting the selfish ness and cruelty of her own fleah and blood. Mary Carr give# a wonderful per formance as the mother. * e * (XKMMER Marie Prevost; who recently grndu ated from the ranks of the Hennett beauty brigade to five-reel dramas, I* at the Clemmer this week In her first starling vehicle. "Moonlight Follies." In the play—as Nnn llutledge-she flirts and vamps her way thru many WATCHES Marie Prcvost in . "Moonlight Follies" I An Immonrmbln Mal« Mnria mi IrrMiKUbti) Vamp Clemmer Orchestra Oct. 1 St— N*ilmo»» In "C«wllle" Q\mmr THE SEATTLE STAR f*et of film. An<l she dimply cannot miik« up her mind whether to marry Ken*, who dances adorubly and smoke* violet dgarets, or the virile Tony, who hu rough habits and who doesn't dan<a and who aniokea a Pll*. Hha IrlM In elnp* with the very, very nice boy. Hut. of coursa. the burly Tony, with hi* i*»f man tactlca of lov«, Just naturally pursues thorn and dnp Nan Into his speedster and mrrlM hm off to hla forest ahack In Main* and lock* her In a room to make her behave. You can ftnlah th* story yourself. Certainly, ah* wouldn't talk to him Rut how masterful he was! And fin ally he make* her rook hla break faat and darn hla aocka and waah hla clothe*. Sort of a trial marriage giving her a chance to try out tho Job and ae* If she could perform such connubial taaka satisfactorily. That decide* her. No alaay boy hits band for her. She wants a real man —Uk* Tony —who make* her glv* up vamping In favor of th« frying pan. a • • R1.17H MOt HK Something new on the screen, a tremendous and thrilling fight to the death revealed only In the struggling flrurea of two furious men all houetted agalnat tha paper walla of a Chlneae wedding chamber, la pre rented In "Tha Cup of IJtt" Thom as H. loea'a big drama, whk-h la showing at tha Blua Mouaa this week. The spectacular battle la waged by Ilohart Iloaworlh, powerful, tall and wtth muscles of steel, and Nil** Welch, a younger man. lighter than hla Opponent, y*t sufficiently skillful and dexterous to wage an equal com bat. The plot evolve* around a mag nlfkent pearl, smuggled from the I»ut>h fisheries. by Bully Brand. a daring and notorious lira captain. Hrnnd makes it a |Ut to hi* aon. who In turn present* It to fain. the adopted white dauihter of a power ful Chines* merchant. The Oriental, under the Impression that Brand haa corrupted hla daughter with the gem, evolvon a dreadful revengr which la prevented only by th« cour ageous action of the smuggler, com prising a climax both unexpected and sensational. Madge Bellamy la seen In tha lead ing feminine role. TODAY THOS. H. IRCFS ALM'RINO ROMANCE OK TWO WOKIJJS "THE CUP OF LIFE" A Distinguished Cast Featur ing Tully Marshall. Nile* Welch, Madge llellatny, Ilobart Ho* worth i KTNC7|T7T7|TjaMaJ I'TKMPUS FUGIT" _ vkh TIME FLIES If You Haven't Seen "OVER THE HILL" COME— RIGHT AWAY There's Only a Day or Two Left First Show 10 A. M. r THE GROTL-RANWN OD. OTTOF.KEGEL. Prrm/drrH j 1 PIKE STREET AND FIFTH A VENUE YOU GET THIS FINE PURE ALUMINUM COOKING SET FREE BY BUYING YOUR MONARCH R^E 'A now ' 8 Bavin E i n the mtoOHv kitchen—for the Monarch Malleable Range is the most economical range. Every housewife who is using a Monarch will vouch that this statement is correct. Ask anyone, and there are thousands of housewives in Seattle who are using Monarch ranges in their kitchens. The Monarch Malleable Is the Most Moderately Priced j High-Grade Range on jiL the Market Today llil Wc ask you to compare the Monarch with other malle- VI II BHH 111 Wjl able ranges—go into the construction thoroughly—compare If I U w the hand-riveted, airtight joints of the Monarch with the I 1 II || BU putty-filled joints of other ranges. It does not require a V-*—' I J | mechanic to recognize the difference. Any person will U quickly recognize that Monarch construction is permanent The new model Monarch Ranges have many I ✓—l improvements. Come in and let us Bhow you ■lo| <© I A these new features. II || You can trade your old range as part payment B| i m i ' on a Monarch. ■Udr 1 |S9 SI Monarch Ranges Arc Sold on Small Monthly Buy Your Monarch Note wX ' o (OU.SKIM Ij la Loe. Jack Holt and Charles Ogle are the three screen stars who make "After the Show" the produc tion at the Coliseum on# of th« most delightful dramas of the year. A decrepit old doorkeeper lores a young girl whom he has helped to gain a placa In tha theatre. The title writer calls that "protective" love and the love of the girl for him "adoring love." A backer of the show, a man about-town, la enamored of the girl., Hhe falls In lovs with him. That Is called the "love of desire." Things go on until the girl must choose between the old man and the young man. The "love of desire" triumphs and the girl goes to a house party given by the man ubout-town. The old man follows. At the party he selsea a wine bot tle, breaks It and plunges Its Jag ged edge Into his wrist. There Is a touching scene. The young m;»n gives his blood to the old man. The transfusion saves the lalter's life. Old hisn forgive*. All's well that ends well. • • s I.IBKRTT Charlie Chnplln Is rolling In the laughs at the Liberty this week where he Is playing In 'The Idle Clans," his latest comedy. "The Idle Class'' contains many feature* not hitherto *een In Chap lin comedle*. While Charles appears In many of the *cene* clad In his regulation attire, later he dons the I Admission I 20c I ANY TIMK ■ INCLUDING TAX H Now Playing I TOM I MIX I I "HANDS OFF" I Comedy, Kevlew, New* ■ JACK O'DAI.K H At tlie Wurlilzer I SCOOP— B Hy Fast Express I Ist Game between ■ Yanks and Giants garments of a gentleman of leisure and dnuhieg In a number of scenes Much of the action takes place upon the golf Unks and In tha home of a wealthy man. The manner In which the Inimitable Charles plays golf Is a scream His golf bag con tains only two golf club*, but he manages to play the game noverthe less. letter at a masquerade the come dian play* a dual role In one of which ha wears a suit of armor. He finds It quite a protection when he arouses the wrath of the husband of the woman whom he falls for. The picture Is filled with original comedy stunts and the cast. Includ ing Kdna Purvlance and Mack Hwain, la good. • • a RKX Earls Williams is featured In "It Can lie Done." the scrcen play at the Hex this week. The story revolves around a combine of food merchants Who have been gouging the public In a little American city. Kurle Wil liams is seen In the role of Austin Crane, author of a series of super- Kaffirs stories, who has made for himself an enviable reputation. His style of writing so Impressed the editor of a local newspaper that Crane was engaged to write a series of articles exposing tha methods of the profiteers. Crane goes at his task with Uttle or no enthuxlasm because one of the chief offenders Is the father of the girl he Intends to marry. After writ ing the first article exposing a sugar dealer, Crane decides that the meth ods are too severe. He therefore takes matter* In his own hands and shows how It Is possible for one man to force a general reduction In the price of food material without bring ing disgrace to Innocent persons. Mother and daughter In the same film. May Beth Carr, daughter of Mary Carr, has a role In .a new pic ture In which the mother Is starred. Rupture Kills 7,000 Annually Raven thonaand each year are laid away—the bunai certificate being mark«'<l "Itupture." Why f llerause the unfortunate onae had neglected themselvee or had b«en merely taking rare of thai • Inn (swelling) of tha affliction, and pay. 1 In* no attention to tha cauie What ara 1 you doing? Ara you neglecting vouraelf hy wearing » truaa. ftppl ta m• 01 * i t. \rr name you chooaa to call It T At heat thai truaa la only a makeshift—a falaa prop agalnat ft collapsing wall—and cunnot ha ! evicted to act aa mora than a ni<• re ma- I chanlcal aupport. The binding pressure ! retards blond circulation, thua robbing tha I weakened mua< lea of that which thay need moat nourishment Hut edence haa found ft way, and all truaa auff*-rera In tha land ara Invited to maka a FRKK teat right In the privacy of their own homea. Tnft PLAPAO meth od la unqueallon.thly the m.»st a<-|entlfb. logical ami iu<t«ai(ul aelf-treat tuent for rupture tha world haa a\ar known. Tha PI. AP AO PA D, when adhering rloaaly to tha body, cannot poaalhly allp or fthlft out of plftce. therefore, cannot chife or pinch Soft aa wlvft—aw> to ap| Iv— Ine ipenal*e. To be uaed whllet you Work and whilat you alaap. No fttrapa, bucklaa or springe attached I.earn how to rloae tha hernial opening aa nature Intended, eo the rupture CAN'T coma down Hand your name today to P!«APAO CO., ltl«M'k 721. Kt wart Hid* , lit. !<oula. Mo , for KItKK trial nmd i Lbe UiXuriuatluu uecaaaaiy. Fairbanks to Sell or Lease Palatial Home Ijoß ANOKI.KS. Oct. 10.—Doug and Mary plan to suy abroad "In definitely." The palatial Fairbanks home with Its 12 4 acres of beautiful rrounds. Is "for sale or lease," according to display advertisements In today's Ixm Angeles newspapers. "Mr. and Mrs. Fairinnks plsn to spend at lea>t hnlf of every year In Paris" was the brief statement riven I t Stylish New Overblouses Georgettes and Crepe de Chines $6.00 Values for $4.50 The very latest overblouses for women are being displayed la our store. They are of fine Georgette and Crepe de Chine mat*- 1 i rials. Some with embroidered fronts, others are plain; tie-back. | Colors are henna, tan, brown and Harding blue. Special at our low price of # / /————— Ladies' Corsets Slip-on Aprons Special $1.75 Special 98c This Is a splendid offering The style, workmanship of Warner's Corsets, special- and material of these Ladies' ly designed for the heavy Slip-on Aprons make them • type of figure; medium high very buy. There are plain colors, stripes and bust and medium full double checks in serviceable per- Nklrt, gusranteed rustproof; cales; aprons cut full sise, well boned; pink coutll. Sizes with and without collars. 20 to 30. Tour choice, SB#. Blankets —Pair $4.95 Bedspreads $2.95 Down nap blankets, wool fin- Priced Regularly at S4.M Ished; extra heavy weight; gray Extra heavy; pink, blue and and assorted colored checks and white; 80x90 inches. You'll lik« plaids; 66x80 inches. these at this low prioe. Blankets $7.50 C ™* h ,0c $lO.OO Values White blankets cotton w *- r P ; Unbleached!' »tripe all-wool filling; pink and blue border* borders; size 66x80 Inches. Curtain Scrim Comforters $3.50 Yard 15c 15.00 Quality Attractive looking eurtaln White cotton filling, covered scrim of a nice quality; white, with a fast colored challle; cut cream and beige colors; open size 72x78 Inches; weight four work borderg; also fancy floral pounds. borders; 36 Inches wide. I out at the Fairbanks' bom*. "The Beverly Hills estate, with It* | It-room house, is for sale. Th« Pair- - banks' pro perry at Banta Barbara „ and the Pirkford home In Lot ' Angeles will be retained, however." • No statement as to future produc tion plans was given out at the Fair banks' studio. BONOPTO Sharpens Vision Soothes and heals the eyes sad 111 i nilfc— ' eyeatstit quickly. relieves InflunmaOea la * eias and ImI». sharpens vision and tin > Isaac. unnwsaaary In many inataneea.saya Dnrtor. L»rut»i«ia refund year saaanr Ult I ' BillS. PAGE 3