Newspaper Page Text
MONDAY. MARCH 20. 1022.
I %rry 11mf m <*«m»«I I'liMiaiilKj "A Man's Home" UrtHa of t.lfvt Larry Semon the laugh *at. In -Til# ««w«lir < wmlAf —%% BiUff llrid «n«l Hew Tarylw Waw V\my\mm "TURN to the RIGHT' ( limaa! V\iat * Ilia llan«n lw<w(t KAT •«*! Ill* >'Mi«ua OrrhMrtf* I •miwrn l"*la *e«rl ta "Tk* IV«f«rk M SiraRND %r»ic4 N«w I'laylag Cecil B. DeMUle's "FOOL'S PARADISE" Willi l+mrmthf llallaa. v.idr<-«l llarrl«, < aara«l >ag»l Ml«t %rrrtar«lart I —Clsrla SntMM la "llrr llntbaatf'i Tr«4r«ari M OAK foe !2i IS. Chik'rti 5c Kaalty IMayla«a# >< AMATEURS I TONIGHT 1 8:00 O'CLOCK | Ta4ay aad Taaa4ay "Behold My Wife" A tiesrie MallsH risdaetlsa Jaaaita llaasea la "Tke Irllsn Ana" Kaub t'ellard Coasedy \alte*al Smi Weekly HAWAII <TltnvKD TRW l*K Movie Headquarters Opened in Seattle With U O. Lukan named aa man ager. tha AnocliM First National Plfturn corporation haa opened Western headquarter* In Seattle, ac cording to an announcement from Chicago. Thin la mid to be tha drat Urn* such a h»*dfjarters, Including It states, haa gone outside of Callfot nla. Lokan haa been In charge of the Northwest exchange of First Na tional. II NOW PLAYING I I WtK.ST TIMK ■ I IS HIUI I v» j wn •yJ* A DOLL'/ HOUSE" Cfinrn tt>c p*yy fty HENRIK 18/ IN □SKI EACH THINKING ONLY OF THE LIFE OF THE OTHER PRISCILLA DEAN IN THE SMASHING SCREEN SENSATION "WILD HONEY" A PICTL'KK OF THRII.I.S, ACTION, ROMANCE THAT YOt'LL NKVEII FOItCKT Stars Regain Their Lustre in New De Mi lie Photoplay Feature Dorothy Dalton and Mildred Harris, two srrren lumina ries, appearing in Cecil DeMille'a "Fool's Paradise" at the Stratui this week. .• a • STRAND "CVHU/S PARADISIC." showing al ■T the Strand, mark* the recru d«MMM» of two film luminaries who aeemed to hav* craaaed the lenlth •>f their career*-Dorothy l>alton and Mildred Harris. IWothy Dallon does the beet work In thla picture since her re turn from the stage where aha ap i iwirwl In "AphnwlH*." That eta ice * I parte nc* «*ranl to have destroyed I her sense of pantomimic proportions, Mildred Harris In her laat release. "A Iflitm There Was," gt»v* about aa colorlie» a performance aa the screen has seen In many month*. In 'Koul'i Paradise" aha la vivacious, plastic to the spirit of her character. Wtß, lube Kuth ilMn'l stttke out every time h* came to hat In the i world series And he didn't knock a home run every time The story of "Fool's Paradise" «leata with the k>v* of an American soldier for a French dancer who later meets an American girl In a Mexican nanttna whose love he spurn*. Thru blindness which later comes to him because of a silly act im the part of the latter gtrl. he marries her In th* belief that ahe I* the French girl He recover* his sight. annul* the marrlaice and In his search for the French girt la lead to Slam where ahe proves her worth teaaness and force* him to seek his former wife wtth whom he finds hap pines*. liorothy Dalton la th* Arner lean dancer. Mildred Harrt* the French girl, and Conrad Nagel lead Ing man Important role* are In the capable hand* of Theodore Koaloff. John Davidson and Julia Fay*. • • s CO! .HUCI'M "Turn to the Right." the most pop ular comedy drama nf the stage, whose appeal was testified lo by mil lions of theater goers, has b*»*n trans ferred to the screen and la now being ahowa at the Coliseum. As a stag* play. Turn to the Right* mad* a fortune for John Gol den. who presented It. and for the authors, Wtnrheii smith and John K. 1 Unard. The screen version Is presented by John Golden and Marcus Knew, and Is a Rex tngnun production, directed by the creator, for the silent drama, of "The Kour Horsemen of the Apoc alypse" and "The Conquering Pow er " It tell* the story of a country boy. who, whll« nerving a prison term un Juilly, becomes acquainted with two crooks. Returning home, he find* the mortwipe about to be foreclosed by the vlllaure skinflint. With the aid of hi* two crook pals. a way U found to beat out the miner, while the influence of the aged mother lea da the two rrooka Into love and a better life. I* la presented by a notable cast, headed by Alice Terry. Sound travel* at about a fourth of a mile a second. NOW PLAYING Sir Jam** Barrie's "THE LITTLE MINISTER" with AIJCK CALHOUN and a Selected Cast NKWS (OMKOV WKKK l»\1i MAT. lOt KVKNINGS - . . 20t COMING WKKNKSDAV lUrx Beach's "IKON TRAIL" Did You Gueaa It? Winners In thr htmii iUr pu* si* picture contest «rIU b* in nounced Tundar. Tim picture, which *u cut Into several small tiler«<i, when pl<w<nl in proper posi tion. form » picture of rrtsctlln I man. the olever Universal act rea*. who la playing at tha Colum bla thla we»k In her latoat and most thrilling picture, "Wild Honey." COM Mill A A wall of water. 40 feet high, •wwpliig am! swirling down thru t narrow ■ tuum A mail uiil a woman In • plain* schooner. driving the team to their utmost before lha on rushing torrent. Ths torT«n| over lakM tha wagon, breaks over It and rnrulti II In Its mad swesp. That's the cllmat you see In "Wild Honey." Prtacllla Dean'* lateat acreen offering, on vl*w at th* Columbia, and If you ran sit thru It without feeling a bit of goosefleah or a crinkle In th* *|>lne yon probably can walk barefoot over red coals. A* If to ajuiure you that you have witnessed no mem trick of photog raphy. you are shown l*rl*cilla's ■taiiled face In the under eddies of the turbulent waters If there u any face that can ap pear more startled than that of Prlsrllla it ha* not y*t mad* it* ap pearanr* on th* screen looking startled la her chief stock in trade, yet It la almost exhausted In thla most mellow of melodrama*. Here ta a noteworthy rim It makea no pretense at subtlety or plausibility. |ta raiaalon la to astound you Villain Number One Mtee the dual when he traps Prtacilla In a lonely houiw in Kngland. Villain Number Two bites the dust when he threat ens Prtscilla In tha wild* of Africa. An entire rrew of villains are wiped out In their own mad scheme to destroy Prtacilla'* frlenda by bloating a dam. However.,ail of thin melndrsma Pales Into Insignificance beailde the thrill that follows the bursting of the dam. WIN IKK GARIIKN Kvery human emotion I* pictured, and all the elements of > realty (rail photoplay are to bo round la "A Isoll's 1 louse. starring Naxlmma at the Winter (iMilen thin week. There la comedy und pathos. even to the point of laughter and tears, there la humor In the situations wherein Nora, the doll like wife, the character pictured by Naumora. makes her old and ludicrous mis takes aa a housekeeper and a* a mother of two beautiful children and a tiny Infant, and there is the lea "on for all women everywhere that brin*a out the big point In the play, namely, that every woman ha* the right to control her own deatiny, to the development of her own In dividuality and personality. All these elemeiita In this film ver j ilon of the I been drama, as pro j duced by the actress who made the j character of Nora famous In every j principal rity in the rnlted States, I Are brought out In all their fineness j of detail thru the genius Nnxirnova, • • • LIRKRTY How a pretty, selfish wife nearly wrecks her home when sudden wealth turns her head is told In "A Man's Home," the dramatic photo i play which Is being shown at the ; Liberty This role la played by Knth | lyn Williams, who does some splen did acting, especially In the latter ;part of the picture, when she begins to realise that thru her frivolous ; ways she Is on the verge of losing jthe love of her husband. j f/thers In the cast are Harry T Morey, Kalre lllnney. Matt Moore jand Grace Valentine. llesides the feature picture, the ' IJberty la showing Tjirry Hemnn'i latest comedy, 'The Sawmill." • • • COLONIAL Jamew M Ttnrrle* w famous story, "The Little Minister," Is being shown on the screen at the Colonial until Tuesday night. Alice Calhoun unit James Morrison, two popular Vita graph player*, are seen In the lead ing roles. The *tory haa to do with the rtv rnance of a young minister and a dutiful young gyp*y girl. Mlaa Calhoun I* captlv.-itlng a* the viva <loua Hah* and Morrison give* a fin- IMicd performance an the minister who defies his own community when they protest hi* attention* to the Klrl he love*. The picture la one of great scenic beauty. • • • OAK The novels of Kir Gilbert Parker, packed a.M they are with appealing love Intercut and red blooded action, are excellent material for the movie maker*. George Melford. the veter an producer of "The Hca Wolf", "Every-woman", "The Hound Up", and other Important p|ctur«w, line taken Mr Gilbert's popular "The Truncation of a Ravage" and made of It a photoplay that han been hulled an one of the moat meritloua of the current seaaon. The screen version Im called "Behold My Wife!" The development of a crude Indian maiden, married for aplte by the dis solute eon of an aristocratic Mrltlali family, Into a beautiful, cultured woman, form* the theme of the Gil bert Parker ntory, which la being shown nt the Ouk until Tuesday night only. TTTE SEATTLE STAR v, rr THE GROTE-PANiyN CD £=." Victor qtjo r AZGU. fr—iirn*, Grote- Recordß Fifth Avenue and Pike Street Rankin's m It Will Be. Worth Your While to Compare Values Before You Buy Furniture Whether you are going to spend little or much for Furniture, it will pay you to investigate comparative values before you buy. I , I jlli. You will probably find that the most // fibyCT"'*' 0 "' 1 "it' Mli [ extravagant claims are not necessarily asso /7/ jf/II Til ii ciated with the best values. Under condi / if/ It! 'ilpiuVr* --jßlwltflfftri i~~ . tions existing today value comparisons are I / l/r/j '. K t especially important, for a comparison of I I'll'ii ' '[ dtjj C^a^ m . discounts and reduction percent- ("/ The amount of a discount in itself means «r!P 'i JrIPMttSfP f -(/ I; nothing. It is the original price from which Large Pillow-Arm. Davenport Luxuriously comfortable Davenports covered with tapes- 11 TKffKSLv\u/ly tries of the newest color combinations. You may choose v* from eijfht distinctive designs. All have deep spring seat construction and guaranteed removable cushions. Eight Styles of Covering* J* • '• i,• to Select From Cleverly Designed Davenport I.; $167.50 IjL k |_ ■■' One of the newly designed Davenports with Tl T*.'/*ii jffir'_yßl| * * V'--*,'/. * ■'] *? 'large, soft, roll arms, extra deep spring seat ■ ri&3"V • • construction and deep, removable cushions. It m l? "JV' y is an out-of-the-ordinary value. ' *!) s*+■**&• uFV •= Chairs and Rockers to match are equally low '» <m±* priced. Overstuffed Davenport , „ tap r t£\s . $160.00 Covered to our order—therefore we commend it for its appear- rfli*/*.« iffi ' I ilS* i tt£ *!l * ance and careful construction. Larjre and luxuriously comfortable /fyv "-pF* V\ HR* V? —a choico of several patterns are here for your selection. *' I'iiV rHHK *llTf The companion pieces arc equally desirable and equally low ''' A Roomy Davenport k " Two Coverings $92.50 "•'! V i: " '.'v This Davenport has the web bottnm and spring edjre construc- * V l , tion which makes it unusually comfortable; upholstered in verd- y (Illustrated at Riftht) Attractive Values Made by a reliable manufac —in— Bk - \M I turer, of hardwood, and beauti- Bedding and Linens |! JAy Myi 4 'Z:Z Are Offered This Week 11 HBMrJ and chiffonier for $97.50 are =================■ a value. VACF. 3