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VTPNTSDAY. MARCH 20. 1922.
tilliam Hart Wakes Good as Author-Actor By Daisy Henry "Hiere was a time wh»n on» would fail Into the error of thinking that because a star rouKI art well thai j «*.« nil he or ahe wu able In ila. Hut now;»li\» it Is pretty general knowl wis* that mint stars run do many ! other thing- very well Indeed. And WilliMn S Hart, with the profound knowledge gleaned In hi* earlier , dav« caji write stories of men and women In which all the charuciers , are portraj *d with mirror like ft. ; delity. He h«j> written many >urh atorie* before, ami they have all been distinguished by their writer's sin canty of purpose. They have never been larking In the maentlal Action, kumannew and love Interest. Hart'* lateet story la "T ravelin' j tin." the picturtaatlon of which will be shown at the Ulvrly anon with IQie author actor In the leading role , • • • Tt has been noticeable of tale that with fewer and bigger pu-ium being made. films are enjoying more rap able east*. Itelter pictures result. The cast of a new film Include* Kesxnarr Theby. Alice I.a We. Wal lace and Noah I leery, l!«lun Glass. Kenneth llarlan and Hector Sarno It Is "I Am the Law," directed by Kdwla tVtwt. see iTuu>« flay, as ha* been noted be. for*, la to make only two pictures a v«ar under hla new contract with I'nitM Artists. Ills first step toward the production of hla neat picture . hM been the engagement n ( Joeeph lie Oraase aa director A director Is what Kay needs to make better pic tures. Ketlered of technical details. Ray will have m<>re time to attend to the personal feature* of his productions He will chooae his own vehicles and supervise their preparation for the screen. ess ITKLM) A pleasing prologue Is offered at the Strand in conjunction with the Ighowtn* of the elaborate |m M>Ue production "Fool's Paradise." when two pretty girls, who look enough alike to be twins, dad In snow-white costume*, offer a clever terpslchor ; lan number. Their dance la enthu slastlcally applauded at each per fortname. see COLUMBIA Many who hare seen the captlvat tng ITvacllla Dean In her latest I'nl venal picture. -Wild Honey," now showing at th* Columbia, like the young atar In this feature even bet ter than In "Conflict." which was shown her* recently and which 1* rated aa Mis* Dean's bent screen of feting. She portrays the role of Lady VTnenne. the spirited English fIAK iTc " JSiT. QfliitiSc «T%* tally Wyba—- I AMATEURS TONIGHT l«* *'o*ck N*w Flaying LONE WOLF'S DAUGHTER —An Indian Humane* Ell TWELFTH DAY 111 I I AND THKVRF ST II .1. 11l ■ I SWARMING TO HKK ■ ■ H ■ || WILD HONEY I I K BB I I AT TIIE I I Bj ' ■ ■ I COLUMBIA I ■ IS H I I Two M<*r n*T* «nd I I H m■■ ■ ■ ■ GREATEST CHARACTKIt ACTOR ON SCREEN AND STAGE GEORGE ARLISS IN A R01.1.11 KING COMEDY. CHI C KI.KS AMI KI N GAI-ORK "THE RULING PASSION" FROM EAKI. RIGGER'S STORY • IN hATI HI)AV EVENING I'OST AFTERNOONS I3r 1 111 T. M. II EVENINGS 33c Dorothy Dalton at Strand Dorothy Dalti.n wears this fetching costume in "tool's Paradite," the C'cil DeStilU production showing in ita second lug week at th • Strand. Her role is that of Poll Patchouli, a cantina dancer in Mexico. n'trl. with eaa*. even In th* moat melodramatic situation of th* alary. • • • WINTER OAKIIKN Harold Waidrtd**, the youth In th* n*w (!«ri« Artiaa film play. "Th® Kitting l**a*lon." at Ih* Win ter Harden thia week began hi* atage career with IMvld Warfleld In "Th* Auctioneer * He ahowa great prqtnlae Arti** play* a light comedy role In "Th* Kuling raiwion." that of a kindly old philanthropist. • • • unramr The fight *cene* In 'Th* World'* Champion.™ Wallae* He id a latent picture, a remedy drama which la •howtn* at th* Liberty this week, arouaed much enthusiasm on the part of th* maaculln* aectlon of th* audience. lt»Mde* a*v*rai fiatlo en counter* with Btevedore*. etc.. Held (U|M a real boxing bout—and. of courM. come* out victor. • * • COIJSKVM >*rank Campoau. th* prince of arreen vtllaina. play* th* villain. Tardlff, In "The I.an« That Had No Turning." th* ft rat Agnea Ayrea I'irimount atarring vehicle, now at th* an.l tho%* who hav* already wltn****d th* offering will readily arr»* h* la "th* mo*t d* aplcabl* wretch who ever walked." Campeau rank* with Theodore Itobert* aa on* of th* fora moat character actor* • • * OAK A rirama enarted from th* tnteHor aplendora of Buckingham palac. to th* mysterious depta of l»ndon a "Umehou I* "Th* Woir* liaoghter." which I" th* featured film at th* Oak Wedneaday and Thumrtay. Ixml«e Olaom. heroin* of mimer oua J. Parker H*id production*. la the laadntg player a a * COtiIMAI. Th* caat of "Carnival." th* Im pressive International *cre*n a pec IwU rnxlum) In Itt ortiliul local*, include* th* nam* of Mathraon I«ng. th* prominent I la" tan 'rag*- <ll* n. around whom plcturenqu* character tt>* ilranutk atory la built. "Carnival" la nhowlng *1 th* Co lon U1 until Friday night. I'NITY \VI i:K la now unil»r way In H«attl«, aa a rmult of a joint mwi Inp of buainena ami advertising clutw. In Washington Hotel Annex. Tile* day, with tl>* aim of promoting friendly r*lallona between commuiu tl*a of th* I'aclfle roaat. Indigestion, Nerv ousness and Head aches Gone and / Gained 10 Pounds On TANLAC toys Mrs. Loratta Twr- Imy, 2023 5. Lawrmnca St., Wichita, Kansas. Marty woman andura thssa complaints /or yarns without know ing jast wkarm to tmm ten rati*/. Tanlae has rsstors, thousands to tha snjoymm of parlact hsalth just as i did Mrs. Tartsy. Cat a bottl, today at any good druggist —A<h*rtH»wfnl BMP now runxo THK M\i.vifTrrvr fM'KKKN ATTKAITION CARNIVAL A SI rKRII I'KOIH CTION WITH AN KNTIUMINO TALJC OK l/OVK AND ROMANCE NEW* COMKDY OOMINC; SATt BOAT Why Girls Leave Home ADMISSION TWKNTV ( KNTB AN* TIMK U/OODWARD ™ THEATER TVllftn AT MADISON I'hnM 3A«4 O. 11. WOODWARD §*r+m+utm IIAXKL V% IIITWOIUC .Mupport«d by Al.Ktl* 11. M CK An»l « Not* bl# « a*! In "THH Ol THA(iKOC» ♦lit*. I'AI.NKR" WAT*. WKD., WAT.. HtHf. All * Mf— Wr Hr.frff.l MAN TO MAN WVLL INTRODUCE YOU TO THE MOST LIKABLE HEBO YOU EVER SAW! WATCH THE SEATTLE STAR Open an Account at Grote Rankin's THE CKDTL-EANWN CO OTTO F. AEG EL. President The Month-End Sale Gives home-makers an opportunity to exercise the truest thrift—which consists of judicious buying. In this sale we have arranged special groups of merchan- \-»ilineSe \Jia»s dise from our regular stocks which have the greatest utility FERNERIES in the average heme. Window Shades Art Burlap j + Jkfl 7ri 69c Each 28c Yard %£.!%£^ ° Windo.of r „u.„t Each 36 inches wide and 6 feet long, mount- natural colors. These Burlaps are of a X-iIAVII ed on guaranteed rollers. The colors very even weave and are suitable for _/ are light tan and dark gr<-rn; special, wail work or hangings- -glltV ■A, ■ crnc ' ' . o»ci, 6»r „—, ,w '■— 7rln"^^Sfu" D J J D iliF* t*\rffWTl vc 3X6 011 Bale Marquisette Curtains £ f,!?o£ 8 S? M Pair Each $2.89 ' g vc.vu I air The Art Needle Work Swrtion fea , I "Jy*®! Marquisette Curtains of a very su- turp " a *peci«l purchase of Headed Hags * =— — porior quality, onVSd'S Mahogany Finished s and hemstitched borders, j laffs are included, finished with draw - n - n ,N ' .trinir top, imd b««ded _ GATELEG TABLES Stock Reducing Clearance $37.50,/ 1.-a .w . ° A OKki Ai-±6/tr—C-*M—IzJ , of Linoleum ™y h «n. 1 ilffiw f Both Printed and Inlaid Linoleum are being featured at prices that offer sub- veni en 11 y stantial savings to those who have Linoleum to buy for kitchen or bath room. used in every ( \ Printed Linoleum, with cor* Si, patterns of Inlaid I JST 1 j I T ,°". d 79c ■«i 20 ata '°u 9Mfvtt-IrUl b priced special, the square • i/L for clearance, the *P 1 •£d\J price, you will fflLSv »j ~l|l yard I square yard place your order .'■ i ■ Armstrong's Quality Printed Four patterns of me- )Tie special -Itdf Linoleum, in very attrac- QQ dium weight Inlaid d* 1 " arh tive patterns; the square w%/0 Linoleum; priced,spe- y l«uO . y* I rfrt "" «"■"* y* $37.50 -s%!^^ Two patterns of Very Fleavy Inlaid Linoleum; priced for Clearance, QC the square yard V IsOO ■ I I ANI \ d each f>3.15 —First Flmt You Are Perfectly Safe in Buying a MONARCH » alleable p T±i"°r".^' 5 * Kange Fifty-piece English Fifty-piece English For into the Monarch Malleable Ran (re are built time-tried and severely- Porcelain Di nner Set, Porcelain Dinner Set tested features, everyone of them having a direct bearing on practical ques- in " ee P 1)lue Wlth in . e Milford pattern tions of increased efficiency, greater durability, economy and lasting satisfac- hawthorn flower deco- —with a border of tion. rations in a permanent cream and tan color- If you are interested in- under-frtae finish- huts, with rosebud re _ . , .... . priced very special, lief priced special, —Reducing your kitchen work .. . - K 4 . „ „ . a-X ---Better cooking and baking the set ? " 3 " ° the set * 27 ' 85 —Cutting down fuel bills -Jtacmria store —Eliminating repair bills BUY A MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE NOW ! I_l J J £D* C. THIS NINE-PIECE rnrr I"IUIICirCCiS Ol 1 ICCOS Ol ALI MINUM COOKING SET f l\lliL< ATT TRJTT\TT TAJV fl7 t with every Monarch sold now. ALUMIINUM W ARE page n