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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, March 16, 1922, Image 3

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Wrinkles
MM How tad, for a woman who is itill young,
MM *° wrinkles beginning to show.
Mm , Perhaps she thinks there is no help for
mm ** that wrinkles are the natural result of M
MM work and care*. «
mm She is mistaken. M
■ Wrinkle® come early only to a skin that %
■ has lost the vitality to resist them. 1
■ Lifebuoy puts health and life into such I
I a skin. It clears the pores of impurities— I
I wakens the cells—soothes, softens. I
I It keeps the slrin in such pei feet condi- fj
I tion that wrinkles and disfiguring lines fl
I hmve no c/umce. if
1 Lifebuoy's health principle, combined fl
■ with pure palm and cocoanut oils, has made ju
■ over the whole idea of caring for the skin. ML
■ No other soap has it. mm
M Use Lifebuoy keep your complexion mm
■k flawless and young. Mw
hL Tim (Mightful ottor of Lifobuep MM
\LIFEBUOW
HEALTH SOAP^
ftrijid Physician*
# to Lecture at U
MM nudicai anthorltlaa har«
km aecured to tacture at the Unl
inbn of tha fradtsata department
dt*»»itemrtoo ear* ice. The lecture*
a* |lng with lb* co-operation o(
®» Washington Stair MMkil aaao
MtMa and tba Kin* County MMlcmJ
Mtfitwn and will opto July IT.
Dr. Hofcart A. Hare. profwaw at
MMn M*dk-a! college in Phlladel
fMk. aod Dr. William McKim Mar
B
A worthy temple
for Victrola tone
VICTROLA No. 300, the
new "console" model, has
leaped into instant popularity.
It is an exquisite musical in
strument, housed in a new
style cabinet of mahogany or
English brown.
This model ViAroU is eleAric,
/315.00. Sue 35 inches high, 38 inches
wide, 22 inches deep. Contains eight Vic
tor record albums for 80 records.
Corrvrnient terms
Sherman Co.
Third Avenue at Pin*
t SHATTLB
I Bon March© Folk
Have Annual Dance
Four hundred and twenty-flee rm
ployaa of th» Don Marsha |tUi«r«d
In Ihr store t»a room Tvnahjr even
ins for one of tba moat aoceeaaful
annual mlwn and dances In tba his
tory of tha itoea.
rtott. of tha Waahlngton tmteerslty
wiiool of medicine In Ht. Ixhilk are
among th* leading rurgeons who will
aaatat in the course.
Keys to die City
Are to Be Printed
Keys to tha city In tha form of
printed tarda twirlu tha facsimile
of Mayor Hujrh M Caldwell's aigna
ture will ba prciwntMl to alt tourlata
visiting Hostile thla summer. l'reel
<Jmt Frank U'alrrboiwi of tha (lam
bar of Com mama announced today.
AlUVßJf.—Marjr HeatlK «!«• of
OiW SrNtti*. for whom Mr«lU« w«*
namod. dira In cabin on Iwnka of
Orron river Kiui«nl Friday, 10
a. m
J§&
Ccrrrcf Appwrl for ITtata
Smart Topcoats
In a Feature Offering:
$25.00^
The full, wide swing /rA-1 V
and swagger tailoring [\/\f\\\
lend an air of easy as- / /N. X/ | \
surance that makes / / 1 \
these smart Coats un- / Nix# cfc \
usually desirable for ( I
street, sport and utility C /0 T dir i j \
wear. Fashioned, with xj: ' jJ' L %jk{ )
characteristic attention Tr | VnuTP
to detail, of tweed, cam- jjf i | fll*'
el hair and mixtures, rr | r*jf\
they are shown in strik- M II
ing new shades: / \ "J
rose Errrra
ORCHID T??1
NAVY \ \
PERIWINKLE \ \ I
TAN \ L\
GRAY 2a &
Style features that accentuate the man
nish appearance of these modish Coats are
inverted backs with box-pleat, all 'round
belts, large horn buttons, English raglan
sleeves and novelty pockets. Full silk lined
throughout. All sizes.
Sccond Avenue at Spring Street
THE SEATTLE STAR
IBS
TOIXYtt I'IUMtH
-
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IMmlit Halloa 111 ' Morsn «( IN#
twit Mly. N
COl I MHI% -4.ladra «•«<■ la "TU
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WINTMI I.AHIIHN Tl» ■■■<■«
tian Tlie «ll» «' «»l«a»< Meat."
NTKIMI » lata I aagaaaM aMI
la* a Itakl In "»'wa»ar "
(1M.1a1.1 tl Wartn Hatlee la "Km
ilißiiiinrnl "
I-OIONMI IM|lh ral!*aal» la
"THa Mark mt tmrrm"
OAK—4 haalaa lU| la '*a <IM Kaak
lamaj H.i» "
IJBKRTT
MH lIoMKTt HitKW Is making
hi* debut In Iha rnovte* at the
l.iberty thl* week. ll* ha* Ihe honor
of Iwlaf on lh« program Willi two of
the m reen'a moat popular player*,
I>orothy Pillion and ttudolph Yalen
tlno, atara of the faalura photoplay.
"Mornn of the l*dy l-»tly." a »e*
story,
Mr. draw nppaara In «ha l,»«erty
New*. Ita la aoma iu tor. anil
Ituilolph had belter look to Ula
laurel*.
• • a
(VI.INKIM
All interesting feature of "Kn
< hantment." tha picture play atar
ring Marlon I>aviaa al the Collwum.
ami which ■ loam Friday iilfbt, la
lha Introdurtion Into the plot of an
eplaod* from Hhake*p*ar*'« "The
Taming of lha Khrew." wtlh Mia*
l>avlea playlnc the role of lha proud
and haughty Kathryn.
I Hiring the actual alory Ihe you nit
octree* appear a in • moat charming
flapper character.
a a a
WINTKK GAItOKN
John Moroaro'a famoua novel.
•"Tha Quarry." furnlahea the plot of
"The City of Silent Men." the fa«.
lure pit turn at the Winter tiarden
until Friday night, In which Tbomaa
Mai (hit n atara.
Aa a convict who earvaa * term In
Sine Sine for a crime of which he
la innocent. Mr. Meighaji appear* to
ilne advantage
a a a
ODM'MfUA
With l»avld Puller. a utar In hla
•arn right. mm lha baker's boy. ami
llalliun Cooley mm the "•well guy."
dladya Walton la supported by two
of the arreen'a moat popular Iwdlni
men In "Tha Wlaa Itlrd." her laleat
I'nlveraal mmedr drama, which la
an view at tha t'otumbla thla weak
The alory I* from William Hla van*
McNutt"* "Kind rx»4*" a atory re
,, ently published in tha Metropolitan
Magazine.
• a a
stii \vn
Friday nlcht will b* the last op
portunity to wtlnaaa the showinit of
"Forever," lha area I dramatic* pic
ture In which Klale Ferguson and
WaiLara Iteid are coatarrlng at tha
Htrand. Thla la a screwi version of
WOODWARD
« THKATKR
THIHD AT MADIftON
rkaaa ruiaii aaa<
O. D. WOODWARU rraa.ata
HAZEL WHTTMORE
»aap»arte « by
ALEXIS B. LUCE
aa* a tteiable Cmmt la
"Tk Ka rtace M Wa. Ask"
■ ATI »Kl>.. a AT., K*.
AM Vala Mr
* labia. Mr. SSa
All aaata H»a»r»»<
"*«tj ■»! AM"
"WILD HONEY" COMING
Thrrr are thrill> galore in "WiUI Honey," the latest Prig
cilia l)ean Universal offering, which is scheduled to open at
'he Columbia Saturday, The story is Itased on the popular
novel by Cynthia Stockley ami offers this captivating star in
one of the finest roles of her entire screen career.
"Peter Ibbetaon," the famous stage
drama.
Ime of the noteworthy features of
the Paramount offering la the won
derful netting and splendid pho
tography.
• a a
COLONIAL
Can you Imagine Pynamo TVmgl**
Falrbanka ambling along aatnde a
lasy little mountain burro? Welt,
that's Just what happen* In 'The
Mark of JSorro," the photoplay In
which h* la playing tha role of Don
Ittago Vega, at Ih* Colonial. Till*
la ene la one of the funniest In Ihe
entire picture, which la filled with
good, wholesome humor, a* well a*
counties* daring athletic stunt*,
a * a
OAK
A glorious romance of old time folk
In Ihe Carolina mountain* I* told In
NAZIMOVA
Alia Sazimova. She comer
to the Clemmer Saturday fot
a week's engagement in "A
Doll's House," Henrick Ib
sen's play, tc hi eh aroused
world-wide comment at thi
time of its first production,
and deals with a woman's de
termination to preserve hi >
individuality. Naximova ap
pears in the role of S'ora, the
adorable little wife, whose il
lusion of home and tts duties
is so wonderfully portrayed.
mwiw
NOW
PLAYING
DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS
—IN—
.THE MAKE OF ZORRO"
News Comedy
Matinee 10c
Nights 20c
SPECIAL
l"lr*C Plclurn of
PRINCESS MART'S
ROYAL WEDDING
UNION ioc VICTORY
W FAWII.Y
Third Urar THK4TKRS Tfclrd Hrar rikt
I'rldnr and Sslurdur Friday ««"■ Saturday
"The Midnight Riders" ;j William Russell
Tlir tlul I'frlrnlloa'
l-rndiH'llon I'.vrr fltaxrd i, «riIII.ORKS OK Till'. SHIIIT
••TA-M.KV 1* AI'HU * S CUIIKUV MOWS
COHKUI *«** >
... ( I,mat Tlmr* T»d»y
I.lint I IW* I odn7 / ■> 111 ill 1\ \ I''TT 1m
IHII<<<TII > IIAI.TON In J I.M l» 111 .* M. I I IB
"(.III.IY €»!•• I.IIVK" j >*ll*lll riMd*
"Tlwi Jlirklln*." the Ople Kra.l story
{itrturlxml hy <!eorfe Melford, *hwh
■ how* at thr Oak (or Um luat time
Thiirml«y m«ht.
The new dhow, opening Krtday,
will I* a Thninu ln<-a prodtK lion,
"The Old KuatUoned Uoy," *Urrtng
duu-lca lUy.
FIRST RUN FILMS
AT WINTER GARDEN
Commrnrlni Katurday. Manager
J.tinea g. Cl-mmcr. of tha Winter
Onnl»n, will offer a propim of flrat
run high rUuaa productions, tnrludliK
Hrvrrai hi* tailed Art lata plriurea.
tha flnrt of three, "A I MU'a llouae."
•tarring Alia Suimov*.
Clrtiimer ha* bwn rhanglng hi*
shows twira a week. but from now on
•wh offering will iftTwUn tha entire
weak.
AIJ,mR CAST
IN "A MAN'S HOME"
Harry T. Moray, fVr» Blnntf.
Matt Moore. Urare Valentine. Roland
Ikxtomlay and Kalhlyn William*
romprtae Iha all-atar ml of "A Mans
Horor." tha m-w lUlph Incw prodiHN
lion, whkh will be ah own at the
Liberty aoon.
CASTOR IA
For Infaats *a 4 Children
IN USE FOR OVER 30 YEARS
aiMHW
& Columbia
—tv aura Mara, raw gaMa
treat aaa Ifta ■ paffeet la4f >
GLADYS
WALJON
"Tlie~
Wise Kid"
A Latakb rvtwa trawi Oa
Mar» by
WTLUAM lUVKIS MrITCTT
hbu ra
ROUND 3
AMI bar Kaofkaal af tba
raaaaaa Klgbt Bataa»«a
"LEATHER
PUSHERS"
■—AIM
BABY PEGGY
Tba < bIU A Aaaabia
"PEGGY BEHAVE**
oonmn MTt nntT
nUMILU URAIf
•WILD HOHFT"
Open an Account at (! rote-Rankin's
THE GRQTt-PANNN CO.
orro t neon.
FIFTH AT PIKE
1 Fiber Rockers
'l2-
Extra Special Value
These Fiber Rockers will appeal to people
that buy carefully and know good values.
They are of generous size, with tapestry up
holstered back and seat, and come in the pop
ular frosted brown finish.
For the living room or sun parlor one or two
of these rockers will add to the appearance
and comfort Priced extra special, each
A-B Gas Range Reduced to
$54 50
The latest mod
el A-B Gu Range,
with many labor- Jlf
savins features—
black enameled
body. Every part of
this range can be eas
ily cleaned with a J£2H[OMgSSR^KHI
damp cloth. The glass
oven door and deep ■ ■
ventilating canopy are ■ I \M
conveniences that I I l\
make this gas range J I
extremely desirable. m
Twenty of this model arc offered at the very spe
cial price, $54.50.
This price includes connecting /
range in your kitchen.
v After Hearing
Leopold Godowsky
at the Plymouth Church
Friday Evening, March 17
Music lovers can make selections from & list of
Brunswick Records
and thus welcome his genius in their own homes.
The following: selections are now in stock:
30017 Fantasie Impromptu
30019 LiebeMtraum (A Dream of Love)
30004 Marche Militaire
10022 Rustle of Spring
30025 Kamennoi Ostraw
•FOOL'S PARADISE"
NEW I>E Mil JJ-: IHUM
"Fool's Paradlw." the new Cecil B.
l>e Mill" Paramount picture, will be
ihuwn here aoon. It la Raid to be a
remarkable photoplay. In which
Dorothy I>alton, Mildred Harria, Con
rad Nu«el and Theodore Koaloff up-
Dear.
COMING SATURDAY
THE PLAY
EVERY WOMAN
WANTS TO SEE
I "A DOLL'S HOUSE" I
I n> IIKNK,K IBSEN I
I ' r ftiit Starring the Great I
PI NAZIMOVA
H WHh Her Own Company I
H Thin in cuni'nlKl by rrillf* In W
■ bo Nailmova'tt gr<-»l<-nt
H wrern production B" • lljf JjM rf•! !l IJ J I
GLORIA SWAN SON
IN NEW PICTI RE
A lasting lenson to an folks, mar
ried and unmarried. la embodied In
the photoplay to bo ahown here noon
at the Strand. "Her Husband's
Trademark" la the title, and Gloria
Swanson is the star. It la one of th«
Paramount-Big Kour offering*.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
THOMAS MEIGHAN
In IJif Paramount Drama
"The City of Silent Men"
PACE 3

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