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Stock Company to Reooen Comedian Moore Headliner I—i'arleton Macy, Moore. * —Bobby J a rvit, Palate Hip. J—Alien Mahar, coming to the Met. 4—.4/ Sueet, Pantayea. The Seattle Co-©per*:l*s S'ock company. Hralik'i near stock ornn lmtion. will open at tha Wilkes with the Sunday matinee in "The Hrat. * • '-etmedy drama by Maud Fulton, which ta a Queer mixture of romance art.J wholewome Liughs that will give Mary Thome. Howard Kuaaell and «e\eral other familiar player* at the W'llkea an opportunity to again favorably appear befure Seattle audi «ice*. Iniq'ja In the htatory of tha then* rleal time, the formation of a nock company on a ("-operative basis has attracted considerable attention Twenty alt ptayera. muslclana. atage cr»fi*n»en and membera of the i*d mlnlstratlve staff, are contributing their money, time and energy to an effort to provide a good atock com pany in a comfortable theatre. The Piw lit. house la brine thoroly, and reooTHtnl ami much r*- dtcortUnf bclni tlooo In an effort to make the houm aa com! rtable an possible for lu patron*. Much of the actual work ha* been done by tb« pbjrera ami musicians them irlv«. It not being an unusual sight during the r>a*t few day* to aee artora cleaning .«c»l* or miulduu painting woodwork. The new cooiimiit la under the able direction of T. Daniel Krawley. IOMKDY NKKTI II KKATIBK AT MIMIKF A (lancn at the next week'a bill of vaudeville at The Moore «howa three featured numbers among tbe aeven present. William CSaxton. one of th« he*t light comedians In vaudeville, will be aeen In a sketch, "Ktsae* The elite of sister dancing teams. Madeline and iJorothy Cameron, share stellar honor* with the r.axton offering. With the assistance of Kddle Weber at the piano, they pre sent one of the most striking offer ings of the season. AI Lydell ami Carleton Mary are both exceptionally Clever character comedian*. Kach has delineated a < haracterlxation with conspicuous success in various plays and sklta. Claudius and Scarlet In "The Call of the Hixtles" have whittled a dart of sentiment that shooU straight at the heart of the public. Itaaao Is a Juggler fresh from Kurope. It is one of the best Un- I-orted numl>ers. Al Wohlman in **The Graduate," Is sud to b»> <nuept.ou.ii iu v-••• as novel. The five Avalon* are wizard* on the double wires. MKT BOOKS TI IXV HUY Kilen Mahar. who plays tlie role ' f IHa na In "The Bird of Paradise." which com'-* to the Metropolitan the week of January 22, Is said to lie the most attractive actress to have r>U.yed the part of the Arret inn girl in tho Tully production since its premier. * Miss Mahar Is a newcomer for stellar kuccchh on the stage, aided to sothe extent by her tried expe rlenro In dramatic slock work and a striking stage appearance. Kb* Is the daughter of a prominent attor ney of Cleveland. Ohio, In which city she set out for a professional career •i« a memlier of the Colonial stock company. Two season* playing In- * Stylish CtOJHEg MEN U WOMEN EASY PAYMENTS tr Jll2 SECOND AVF 3091,'N10N A genue m!ea rave her her fundamen taj experience. TWO NTKI.MR ACTS u PAiart: IIIF Two stellar offerings twinkle at tha lop of lb* new bill, announced by the management of Ixww'a PaUre llip to appear at that theatre* tomor row, ona bringing I lobby Jarvta and company in. "Man Wanted," and Ilia other presented by Van and Carrie Avery. Rill Parker and Henry Dnnn. two young men well known to talking mac hine "tana." are making a tour of the l/i«v < ir< uH to enable their admire r» to bear ilt«ru alng in par son. "Father Joy'a Roy" la the laughter suggesting nickname git en to Johnny Dm. His Hcnubh Impree »iona are said to be decidedly funny. "Something Different" la promised by Preston and Yaobel. The lady of tha duo pl,i> s Uie violin and aaaiata in aonie breezy chatter, while her male associate demonatratea hia abil ity aa an acrobat. Norm< Ta.madg* Is announced aa the »tar of tha feature photoplay. "The Moth." SIMilMi BAND ( OMIM, TO PAN Corpedy and melody will figure ! largely |n the new bill opening at the l*antages for the week beginning next Monday mat live. Thero are two interesting feature acts, one of them la Al Hwewt'a Kinging Band. Mweet. himself. Is a coronet Ist known thruout tbe muaical world, and with him are nine men who are not only musiciana but singers aa well. They offer a varied program of vocal and instrumental selections, including their own Idea of syncopation. Mystery and comedy are combined In the puzzling performance of Aleko and hia company. Aleko is pro. Krarned as the (Ireclal Psychic and Panthea; a charming young woman with him Is called the Delphian Oracle. They are assisted by Presco In a series of telepathic readings that provide intensely Interesting experiments aa well aa amusement The Pan-American Kour Is a "tropical" quartet whose irlft for comic originalities In music fci aa great as their ability to sing. Billy Orecn and Charley Ilunbar are two disciples of Joy who have a rciK-rtoire of unusual songs and say. Ings. The Wyoming Trio wjll appear In a versatile offering that they call ' Echoes of the Wmi," The Whitney Brothers are daring motorcycle riders. Th«*r« will also be a feature photo play. OAK Vr4l««ii, >rnr I 100 rnn tahr Ihr nholf fnmllf Ml CNltOftlN I.A ST RHOWVXG TODAY LEROY SCOTT'S I union* ntorjr Partners of the Night and n lot of gnod ronfdift M MMV find %fOM>AY "The Spender" from th«* notfl l»jr II A lilt V l/KO\ Willow «*llli an mll-ntnr rant .11 ANITA llA*«i;% In "Tlir YellnJk Arm** ifAiiov.ii i.i.oii) In "Jiimt I>ro|»|»rt| In' i'atiii: hi:\ii:w A fiooil Tw«-H»ur *how ! I.mllfa llrat Itoom—'l i lrphnnr IOC chiuiken at SEATTLE PULLS : A HENRY FORD Treasury Has Real Money on Hand Now Seattle pulled a llenry Ford Mntur day a lu-n It Hhuwnl n rnah balant r of Is 319,73 ft tn thr tr»-a»ur> fill l« mor» artuaJ ruah than ha* been on hand „t any othrr tlrnn lit lit* rlty'a hlatorv Moat of the money la pledged to the development of thr Nkaill pro) art ntnl the purvhaat- of the muillrl piil railway. Mon<-y* rredited to the atrert rail way department matte up $1.031.. of the hulunre In the treunury, while 11 '"IJ <» . la Kkntflt money. Ile»i<t'-a the large atmmrita of eaah In Ilia Hkitclt anil r|»y railway fund* there arc aubatnntlal halunora in the trraaury to tha credit of !>*• Ilstit. water and I oral Improvement fund* 120 SHRINERS GO TO ORIENT More than 110 memtwra of the Am lent Arable order of Noblea of the M vat it: Hhritie aet forth on a 16,000 mile pilgrimage Saturday mornlnir when they boarded the tranaptu tflr liner Ke)*tone Htate for Shanghai and Manila. The Heat tic delegation wa» headed by fotrntate Hugh M Caldwell. The Hhrtner* will atage reremonlala at Shanghai anil Manila, and aperlal entertainment* are twin* planned at l*»th porta. The trip will take two month*. , U. of W. Debaters Win Over B. C. Men Ha m Mullln and t'nlverslty of %V«>hin(l«l debatln f team who Prlda y debated against It. M. Morton unit C. Vlnk of the t'nlveralty of llritlsh Columbia In Meany . tall, won by unanimous vote of the Judges Special Summer Rates Will Come Special tourist fare* will be In ef. fwl Ihta romint summer via the Mil waukee railway, A. P. thai-man. Jr.. itae latent general paiuwmfer agent, announrea The fare to < 'hlcago will be S10«I0. St. I'uul I*7 to. Nm >ork MTI.M. Philadelphia HU M. Ticket* will bo on sale (tally Juna 1 to Aiifuil 11. and will be (uod for atop over in Ml bar direction. and Imr a final limit of Ibrw month* from data of sale. but In no * iuh later (ban October SI. I»!i. Arizona Has First Double Execution rnOKNIX, Art*.. Jan 14 —The first double execution In tha Mate of Arizona atnee it* admission to the t'nlon occurred here Friday when Thonuur Roman and It tear.lo I.* ti ter, <\ convirted of murder, paid tha death penalty. On tha ecaffold of tha atata penitentiary at Florence, (toman denied hi* guilt in the killing of Auguat Jlintae, a 10 year-old hoy. during a rakt on a atore In T'mr Kfl*. lamwin au «em.(ir»<| fof tha murder W hi* awactheart. Ada- Una Homo. V \V. M\V f.KT IIOMF That the proposed JIO.OOO (W»n home for orphans, to be built and maintained by the ftrotherhood of American Yeomen, may be erected In the Pacific Northwest, ia an nounced by Mark T. McKee. of Detroit, who la In Seattle on A tour of Inspection for a good alte. J!< Kee la chairman of the chil dren'* home committee. UMEANY IIAI.L NIVERSITV OF WASH. Tmmrn Jmm. I#-IT. 7>AA f\ N. I »<fr 4 U •»*«•#• %**•«• I • t r4 «<u4r»|« Tfc# r.irl««Ur I'lrUrt BEAUTIFUL BRITAIN «oc«iri(Krr v»:«« LONDON and ENGLAND WU* 50c v'jiisr,: 25c Above Prices f»<-lt>4e \%sr Tas New Show Today— Till Wednesday WILLIAM RUSSELL —IN— "THE LADY FROM LONGACRE" The adaptation of Victor Bridges" slnrj—a iale of love and conspiracy lh.it provrs "a man's a mail fur a' that." I'UIJ.AIiD MI TT TOPICS OK PATIIK C'OMKUY AND JKKK THK DAY NKWH WILKES THEATREI Seattle Co-Operative Stock Co. Direction of T. Daniel Frawley PRESENTS "THE BRAT" WITH MARY THORNE Malniccs: Sunday, Wednesday and Salurdaj Next Attraction—"Three Live Ghosts" Kvniing Prices: «lK<*, ISC, 31^ —Plus Tux Matinee Prlif*: 50<, 31#, Slic —Plus Tax THE SEATTT.E STAR The Great American Home Vital Statistics BIRTHS blewett clarence li. UJO 14th »»«- glrL baggen iver tOil W. till *t. boy. Nelson. Horace Krtnvnd*. girl. bohiken John IK :»U I'lka »U boy, Carothers Ralph D.. I*o4 14th «»a- N R. boy. Richards frederick N, Ill) Italnlar av.. girl bodan carl. 4«05 Ferdinand «, girl. Jones A J- «1 «« IMb •». N. W . hoy. James. W J. IS* N t«ih »t . 4»oy. peterson William. 1421 Tlv r «l • *•» w.. hoy Verschueren. Fred J, }!i Corytl) rt,. boy. l>l«r«un bert !»#• llllf f . boy ross thomas N"m-, A'a.ka, bog. carroll. Cornelius 4917 44th a*.. 8. W . boy Forhan. lame. <ll JJnd a*» gtrl waltz russell K. Jill Wallingford at* girl himelhoch david rosenberg Algon* quin Apia., glrL fleetwood clinton Thomas, I*l4 Slth a»» N, girl. ross melvin Thorn**. *7J» Ilth H. W. bo jr. case leon K. I»«a«juah. girl. march ray 11. 11l loth a»«. X, boy. berry Thoma. William iJnd. boy. Vincent lyle I. Vlne.it. 1101 llth a»a_ toy. seargeant james everett 1214 40th ®va. H W, sir I. reid wtUam wesley 7*4 ITth are. yates ' elmer Howard. nellln* f*ay. baird C«#org» hugh Hi N. ISth it, campbell Howard Alvin. 1017 Mth • v*. *. f'fl dent * carleton 0.. 1101 4lth ave. K, leggett robert U »711 llih • »•. N. Baldwin William bryan. SHI N. Hat Whitlow. lesslie Willis. 5141 K. Aloha Kossian slepture. 2040 N. *7lh it, Instad. Louis M . 1M» W.11.r at. scharer Herman. lIH4 Kran.ton cregan Will am Thomaa. 417 IJlh rogavick john 110 W. Crorkett al.. natelle Toney, UJI Uth twin girl* ... .. Chopin samuel Armstrong. 11l V venable lewis emmett *4l N. T*«h borgford Arthur O. «204 22n4 av<v N* W , b v Ru.mll, William. 2201 Itoalon at~ b«»V silberoff Morris. 2090 Y.al.r way. lung *' chin l!#S Y.alar way. boy. greendale Andrew M , 4110 IJlh are. H W lio y Grant, donald J. C. 205 l»lh »*» N . fitzgerald Timothy. 201 21rd N. bo> , bode ernest Walter. I'aihm'W. «lrl. monsaas Jacob anfelt. 70S* J4th »r* N \S girl. nishida kozo 107 w Main at., girl fujii takazo il>\% Main at. girl lehman lincoln 1203 Yakima iL, girl miovaki Naum. TOI7 Norman »l. girl peterson edward Uaorga. 4tli M'oodlawn a*r . girl M\RRIAGE LICENSES Nifcf and ffMldanca. Mclaughlin. Joseph **. Aubur» I^-asl gibson May Krni ~Üb»l brinks Juftoph A.. Heatt1e......... skridulis Anna. K«altl* 34 i Montgomery, chester W . Healll«..?• crossman peggy a** t«• ........1J preston John 11, I'ort liUka faithorne Ada. *<»attl* l^aal hendricks <J«orc« harley aula l^gal simms agnes Hr«ttl« .Lsgal richardson elmer C*,. A»torla. Or. .24 j pierce carrie donna Yaktma.«.. .21 j Dunning. earl W.. Ilr#rncrtun .a a.21 keller > violet L, H<-s((l« ...21 einhaus gus Ta<*oma •••••«•••• alt Clark, irene Taioma 20 bettner Virgil O. Ansrorlfi 20 delks rita Ida. Heattla IT larentzen leander K. j hansen alfride 11.. fN>attl« . ...Lrgal | amicarelli angelo Heatlla .•••••all ■ picardi filomeno K*attl« 27 I Van Antwerp. Thad Maaltla... .11 wagner eletha Hra<ile ....19 Van wieringen dick, H-attla ....U lane Marjory betty ..•«.!» i Holland. * charles 11, H*sUl« ..32 ■ leck. Mynna >1 . 34 satiroff sam >«*attla . ..........30 , panolotova Mary, haaltla ..20 .Mitchell, li Oscar. I*ort Gam* I bl* I^agal 1 torgeson bertha T . IVulibo. . ! Griffith John It. Hryn Mi*f. ,Ui«i .Johnston. Julia K. Ilr> n Mawr Anderson. II peter V. Haaltla Laga! o'sullivan Mary winifred Ha i attla l^egal major jens r. W. Ma attla I^agal Major, Cecil Jkl. M'attle l^agal Hunter. middleton M -• al • I « jrat Nan Trojan. lucille. H« attlc . .L#r#al • childe . Martin. HeAttU ..21 storseth ellen I'iiulabo ......... *l4 Mueller, «Jaorg4» fred Mrattla ....24 Houxk. Eva lucile beat tie 21 Mckenzie. Harold. Ta<*r»ma .......24 Mceachern. Perth. Tacoma 2t stripp. William Clayton, Ha attle Ijagal larsen agnes Laura, kenoaha. Witt l^-gal DEATHS Collins. Mabel, **, 10J4 King at. Wahl. gustave 11. HkVt Ua.bing ton at. penney Margaret, 4», SIS* I.uclllo »!. Holmgren, nels I*. *ls Kalrtiew tv. N. haroldson Audrey. 4, HI! Jdh a*e carse J.-lin 11. £L ;j» j«th ate K. ryan. Maltha V, 13. 1743 27Ui av«. S W Norlund. Carl John. 62, <!>4l Karl ave. anderson Harry W. t, 2011 W.'l4th •I. fritsche C'harle*. (5, 2249 W. tlnd at. Griffiths. Susan Agnes. 59, 763 W. rrrwp.t'l .1. mcgrotey J. K, CI. Taroma. King. John phillip 21, llou.too hotel danz rose S5. 2511 Ye.ler way. schafer Fred. !>i. 4746 441h are. N, K butterfield Mary K.. 72. 6*15 Rog btiry *t. Knox. Murv I>. 11, lOIC J.fferaon *t. frazier Maltha H. 19. 2021 Hull ave. N. black della Maude, 67, 1510 IC. Fir *t. Howell. Milo. It, 1142 17th av.. N*. Smith, maude B„ 4•*., It. K. 1) t. tiox 549. sugiyama keijiro 27. 16814 Main *t. Real Painless i Extraction Free Daily i In order to Introduce oar new (whalebone! plat*, wlilrh la tha IlKhteal and atronc»at plale known. I <loea not rovrr the roof of tha month; you ran tilt* corn off the 1 eob. guaranteed li yeara. WliaUtm art «f Trrlk W I'raau | M nrld«ewark g, I 93 Ammlmmm Kllllag | All work fftiaranteed for II yeara. > /fare Impreaalon ukm In Ilia morn- < n« and iret leeth aumr day. Kxaiu- i Ination and advice free. Call aarf «tee taaaplea af Oar Plata aad Bridge Warli. Mr fttaad the Teat al Tine Moat of our preaent patronage la I recommended by our early ruatom rra w-rk la atlll giving f rood aallafaotlon. Aak our cna- « tomrra. who have teatfd our work. < Whin coming to our office, be aura lb 0 ;; :d"Jr.h ,h ; ou r, " ht plic *- Br,D »u AtJT/% Cat-Rate I UniU Dentists 1 »7 VNiVßiuirrT it. 11 •n*>lla rraaar.l'ateraaa Oat ' DR. LOUGHNEY'S 1 HUMAN BAKE OVEN A WONDERFUL TREATMENT FOR LUMBAGO After First Two Bake* My Lumbago Was All Gone. L. C. Gay, Well-known Traffic Officer, and the Horse He Loves. Officer Gay Gives Following Interesting Statement for Publication: A year and a half ago I wus thrown from my horse and suffer**! wvi'ic Injuries hi the region of my hip iiMil fimall of my back. and 1 have had lumbago most severely ever ilnc©-- ho laid at times I was scarcely able to get on or off my horse. I hope 1 am thru wlll» it now for pood, and I believe I am. I have liad It all bak<-d out, and I've waited for most a month to see whether or not 1 would have a return of my trouble before I would fflvn out a statement Indorsing the treatment that so quickly eradicated my old enemy lumhngo; but 1 feel now that I am al| right, and it Is too good a thing to hide under a bushel. A treatment ho very taut to show good results Is certainly good enough to please any one who In suffering pain. I was standing by my horse, st the i corner of Klfth and Union. 1 could i not straighten up. and I was posi- j tlvcly not able to get onto my horse, i I.onnte Austin just happened along and noticed there wax something the matter with me, and when I told him | my predicamciit ho pointed up to j BIG SANITARIUM SWEPT BY FIRE Eight Patients Escape From Wcnatchcc Institution WKNATfMKK, Jan 14 Klght of 1h 13 Institution death yesterday wtirn the Wen ati he» sanitarium wa* (wept py an ri|>to*'v« firm. H'-vml s< hoo 1 lea* hers, who v«r« rooming In the building, assisted the patlinia to k" t out of the flaming at met ii re. A short time nftT the fir« up paratua arrived, an explosion nnktd the building, spreading the blaze thriKiut the lower rooms and ahat terlng the window*. The sanitarium was valued nt US,- 000 an<l the i*m'ents at I«,i00. Tin* building wiui own'") Ity ttie Wen at'hae College A Hanlprai torium. In«"„ of which I»r. and Mrs W. h. Martin wera I lie largest stockholders Tlii lona La wild to be covered by in aura me. Probing Explosion of Sewer Gas Here An Inwatlgatlon waa tielng mad* Katurday l>y the street department to determine the i auae of a aewer gas ripMMI at Kirat live. K. am) King hi. Krldny. The detonation wan heard for 10 blocks and a 100 pound man holy cover waa liurled 2S feet In Ihe %lr. Hl* wlndowa were smashed In lha H'ullle Hardware Co., &01 Klrst a\ e. H . and hundreds of peraona •nattered to safety, fearing a second explosion. MISH HI Til BROWN, ft C#imp fir* *l»i Inultr of K*altl*. will Ittfiw) th* national mnvcntlon of Campflre Ifirla in N« w York, Jan. 23 to 2*. TItAKKU Oh l it l.lt L. C. GAY ! Dr. I.oughney'a slpn, In the Crary | building, and told me to go right up j there, and that he was absolutely down on his Uu k and \v>u« able to | ho hack Instructing his pupils after three or four bakes, lie had Just been baked and showed me how lie could stoop and bend without the slightest discomfort. 1 went right slralght un and begun the bakes. Dr. Loughncv had to lift me onto the bake oven tray for my first bake. I was so helpless and 1 tell you. I've not felt one twinge of lumbago since my sec ond bake. I'm fine—the treatment was a surprise to me. I got Instant relief, so t gladly give this statement for publication. The Hake Oven Is wonderful and Dr. Loughney will correct your diet, and that will mean a whole lot toward keeping you feel ing fit. In my case, constitution ha.* entirely disappeared, and l>f. Lough ney's dietary proscription did that. I've always been constipated. 1.. C. GAY. Police Headquarter*. Home address: 4418 Corliss Ave. i'liunu North 2603. PACE r> *I'.SH|ON ( UMRfI Kin* T>yk«»man «f#tlv#r<Hl th* flnul r+m of th« tnur *Uy Kin* County ffundny Hfbool ln»fl!»it« Krt liny niirht wh«n M*>k* \»4nr+ 'h# at th* Flrit M"tho4l«t rhurrh on KdWaUon v®. Jtivnfiila Crlm*," AMUSEMENTS fcUVIt bllUtll In Man ml (T,IKK NAZARKO AND IHIIUM. MHTKKH I.A.NK AND lit HON LYDIA BARRY l.jrical Karontctme 11l .ATUK Y. HW KKMKV KINK'S Ml I.KH HAY HAZARRO & CO. With fto He 41 ItabMca PANTAGES —T* I I*. H. «• It P. M 0 Daily j | %•«« I'lmylmg I. A III* | 111*1 1.1.V A CO. Wat»r| llnrpfr| llftnbar St T«fMVJ Mhaw'a I>«»*• i Kl ( •(■! SwM 4k Dnaai I'antaKearap*. i.rmrrm I ArfmlialMt Mala. 2Se| Might* #f / J ;*w;waiß >«•%% IM»M»HI:O c A^«nFXLI nnd V tl I)K\II.I.I; Aflerwoaa Prle*s Children 10c Dr. Loughney Now Moved to New Location IV. Loughney's lluke Oven treat* ' ment offices are located at the cor ner of Fifth and Union, In tit* Crary building, t wins 310-311-313-313- 314. Dr. Loughney is assisted by com petent lady nurses. Mount, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday. 9to 12 only. Telephone Main 6242. Only th« totally Invalided or bedridden canes are treated In Dr. Loughney's link* Oven Sanitarium, In lvlrkland. All cuses which can come to the offices In the Crary building are treated at those offices. Write for free litera ture nml reference®, or. better yet, go and have Or. J.oughne.v make a careful examination of your cami - don't suffer needlessly or longer. Start the treatment without delay— you will be well satisfied.—AdvcrtlM ment.