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FKTDAY, AFRIT, 7. 1*22.
COM^S ft - "THE GREEN [ ; ci TEMPTATKHir Is The Star of "The Miracle Man" and "The Little Minister," in HER MOST DAZZLING PICTURE! m Theodore ■ ■ Koaloff A ™ as kiax of the R lAP I WOLVES! Vhat DAISY HENRY STAB FILM EDITOR PUBLISHED CONCERNING "THE GREEN) SMB TIMfTAfION) 4 ■•'kSaTiktM mLm la Ik* iwnn I ai la nalKr fMV* Una Mtrr- I Ae22> wW iw*ik'-jjiar 'M 4 I a i m r twT «■»• »«"am>i Betty Compmm do** t<t(rr] ■ ">>*— HMmaton tm tmMnm —•» work m "The Green Tempta-J c r*_*°Tr,' < *>*" <*«••*«<*/am ».ncj I Srul "The UtneU Mmn." fJr ( • **' BEAUTY' fC f Time* Friday DANCLS ! ETHEL CLAYTON THRILLS! "The Cradto" «!>•■)• Ifc' »••"«• l»r «I. •- 111..r1, ■ JI NK KI.VIIM.K BACK AGAIN June Klvldge, formerly of the New York winter f2ard«n. ha« been abaent from th« screen for «om» two year*. Hhe htu) recently been enK»K'<l to play a prominent role In Katherlne Mar ltonald'K n<rM picture. Itoth utarn are noted for their gnrg"©U» ward robe*; hence the aartortal dlaplay will be something especially note worthy. "The Our** of Drink" 1* the title of a new feature picture. "Th«- Curafl of Boot left* tiff" would Iw * more up to-dato title. However, "Ten NlifhtM In n Btiroon" utili ftourlahPß on the screen. Richard Dlx will be leading man In Hetty rompson'* next picture. If you value your watch, let Hayne* repllr It. N'e*t. IJberty theatra.—Adv EH W IN I I' It U \l(l»t N lit "Hlatara." tha l>l( product ton whlrh nil"** how married Ufa can Itr muda nlrrnwly happy, lhara I* ■ vary wall known oaat. Mratia n«»n, wall known for hrr work In "Tha Woman Uod Changad," and olhar big plrturaa, playa Dm laadlng fi-m Inina rolr anil ulhfr featured mam bara of tha caat ata Clladya Italia and Matt Mmr*. "Hlatara" opan* at tha Wlntar Oar Urn Haturday, following tha flnnl allowing of 'Tha lata of Ziinlu" Fri day night. a a a COLI'MBIA Mar* I'rat oat follow* Harry Q»r*y aa tha attraction at tha Columbia. "Man to Man." lha Carry fralurr. rlonaa lonlfctil. "Tha Dangarou* Llltla Damon" la tha tltla of Uia naw I'rayoat plrtura Tha atory I* by Mlldrad Conaidina, fornirrly of Hntlllf, Tha pkit liaa lo do with tha »»parlrn.ra of u prrlly Ctrl who didn't hava a rhanra to tir • tltodrl daughter barauaa har falhar waa too l»uay and 100 rich lo l>r lha right aort of parent. • • a ÜBKRn Klhrl «'lavlon and* a four daya* an- OMirmml at tha l.lbarly tonight In "Tha Cradle," an appealing drama of root har lova, lleglnning Katurdar tha fttrand management prwaanta Hatty Oompaon ■n har tataat I'arwniount »tarring va hlckr. "Tha tlrrrn Temptation." Aa Ornrlla. aha la an A|«rh» danear and a« Cormlyn, a danrar of tha l*artalan high 1 laaa theater*. Khe laada a dual Ufa. ona that la fillad wllh unusual adtvnturaa. a • a (VURICIN I'ornrroy Cannon. who dlatln gtUahatl hlmarlf by hia portrayal of tha Argentina In "Tha Four lloraa man of tha Apocalypiai." liaa created lha rola of ImnaU MarTavlah. an old Hootch taa plrata. In tha pkturlaa tion of "Tha Koaary." a Ftrrt Na tional attraction, which opana Malur day at lha Collaaunl. Tha prraant faatura at tha Call' aaum la "Roomarang IUII." atarrmg I.ional IJarrynwr*. a a a HTRANI> "Mar Huaband'a Trademark." lha laat of tha Illg l'arwroount Four faaturaa. will b« tha nast offarlng at tha Btrund. beginning Saturday Mlaa Swanaon la aaid to ba provided with ma of tha baat rolaa of har arrwan caraar la thla picture, which la bit lad aa a drama of exceptional appeal. Lovely. tba clever ynung actraaa. appaara In paraon tonight for tha laat tlma In conjunction with Ufa'a Oraataat (Jurat ion.' a Urn malic film play. a a a (DIiONUL Zana Oray'a "Tha My»terl«u« Zana Oray'a -Tha Myatarloua HJd cr" coniw aa tha attraction at tha Co lonial. following tha Fox production, "Why Otrla Leave lloma ■Tha Myatarloua lUdar." Ilka all of Oray'a novala. la • thrilling outdoor atory. It la romantic and filled with amnting adventure, Clalra Ada ma and Robert M< K.m head tha cut a a a OAK Joaaph J. Dowllng la tha atar of ~n>a Kanturky Colonel" at tha Oak Friday and Haturday. Dowllng win ba ramambarad aa tha old patriarch in "Tha Mlracla Man Ha glvea a aplandtd parformanra aa tha Kan lucky polonal. Following thla plctura artn ba "Ona Man In a Million," In whlrh Gaorga Italian appaara. a a a ( MNH A Tha dangarou* ftouth «e* Inland* mlngl<f with London's Llmehouse alums in (Janrta Fll*maurlra'» lalaat production. "Idola of <Tay." whlrh la ahwwlng at tha Claan A until Matur day night. Maa Murray and David Powell ara tha featured playara. 1 Tha atory waa wrlltan by Outda Barge re. YOU A WIN ■ MAN I —TO — ■ MAN * I Sticks another day. We have had hundreds of phone call* asking when the Carey picture leave*. We'd sure like to hold this baby another week, but it is booked elsewhere, so there is JUST ONE DAY MORE to see the picture you've heard so much about this week. It goes Saturday. Sunday we will knock a senastional three-bagger with Marie Prevost in "The Dangerous Little Demon"—Round Four of "The Leatherpushers" —and Lee Moran in "The Rubberneck." It's going to be some game! •T TTK SEATTLE ST A R FLOYD REVUE AT STRAND Nancy anil Elmer Floyd. Nancy ut one of the featured members in Floyd's popular girl revue, uhtfh will be pre sented at tie Strand ill conjunction with the showing of "Her Husband's Tradrmark," the Gloria Swanson feature, which will be shown for the first time Saturday. Film Contest to Begin Saturday On* hundred dollars In rath KwrVbndjr In Raettla la going to hav» a rhance to I* a pru» winner. "Foollah Iha million dollar I'nlvaraal offcrtni which la arhedulot to upon at tha Oolum Ma April Illh la tho Inapl ration for tha htwt film rootaat. It'a IMK( to l>a on* of lh« moat Inter mtlni rvrr conducted M*na**r t.'utta of tha Onhtinhta and Tha H*ar ara rooparatinc on tha Kull partlcuUra will ba announced Haturdajr. KYanra plan* to mpaanre 40.M6. 0M ton* of ml annually bjr the fl* trifUation of h»r railroad*. WaTh iJL V \f Repaired, JR V YA No Matter p L \ j| Badly Nrf* T <*l Broken tij Wa'trZ^Oalj} K\ ty lor $2.50 Our uMtslri location and tha continual trad* of our many sat - |pf I<kS ruitumrra snabla U» to offfr you this low pric*. Work fully fusr»r»ii»^ Iwtsa Rff«trH at a NtMMNakl# >iv«rs A. J. SEGEL at* i »Msr Mid« Opposite l*«»n Marrha Wr Tfsrii Wuf Walrh !• Tell lk» Trull. Urine Tkl> A 4 Htlli Vss ' WITA KTKW AHT Anita Hl»wart. th» Auoelatad Flrat National Mar. r«*lv«d * mart unique rlttff u a birthday pmwnt laat month. Aa hw blrthatoor la th« lowly garnet, th» Intrlnalc valuo of tha trinket *■■ rnhanmt by vaqutata worknuuuhlp In Hip miliar dralcn embracing the aigna or Anuariui and Katuro. Will Appear at Winter Garden Besmc Lovt, uho comes to the Winter Garden Saturday with Seerut Owen and Matt Moore in the splendid drama "Sisters" which was made into a screen play from the popular story by Kathleen APPARENTLY Ktubba—Vollvt nay* the world la flat. Ilubh*-—T bellnva he'* right. Kverybody aeetna to be borrowing money theae daya. She could eat anything —without indigestion or sleeplessness Wot a time ab* had been troubled with (M alter her event ng meal The diatraaa waa moat painful after eat ing potataeaor other atarrhy food*, of which alia waa vary fend. Than aha Mart ad taking two cake* of Klaiachmaon'a Yaaat every tiigbt between her evening meal and bed time. Bbe poured about a half cup of boiling hot water over the yaaat cakaa. atlrrad them thoroughly, added a little cold water and drank. She found aha could eat anything and ilaap aplandldly afterward. Thouaand* of men and women are finding that FMachmann'a Yeait correct* stomach and intestinal trouble*. It promote* tha flow of Mia and pancreatic juice. Appetite i* always kept normal and you ara protected against indigeetlon. Add 2 to 3 cake* of Pteinchmann's Yaaat to your daily diet. You will find that your whole digeative sys tem I* greatly benefited. Be aura it'* Kleinchmann'*Yaaat -thefamiliar tin-foil package with the yellow label. Place a standing order with you r gTocer for f leiachma nn's Yeast. Open an Account at Grote-Rankin'» THE CROTE-PANISIN OQ .OTTO r. KEGEL PrtuiiJ Fifth Avenue and Pike Street Buy Your MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE Tomorrow! No claims for any product were ever better proven than the remark able claims made by many thousands of Monarch Range owners. —THAT IT IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL RANGE A , —THAT IT IS THE QUICKEST ACTING RANGE )r —THAT IT IS THE BEST LOOKING RANGE v —THAT IT IS THE LONGEST LASTING RANGE Are claims that can be quickly substantiated by housewives who hove used the Monarch over a period of years. . Actual use of a Monarch in your kitchen will tell the story of file Monarch plainer than pages of writing. Monarch Ranges are sold on a basis of "satisfaction or your money back"—then why not select your Monarch TOMORROW and take ad » vantage of our offer— Saturday Is the Last Day to Secure a. T Nine-Piece Aluminum Cooldng Set —FREE— With theMONARCH Range You Select / You can trade your old stove as part payment on a M ON ARCE $lO.OO Down Puts a Monarch in Your Home! r runt— t ~ CONSTANCK TAI.MAIHiK Oonstance Talmartice recently wpoke befor» an latrtMt«d gathering of women. She explained to them how to chance their mood* thru a change of garment*. "A woman almply cannot ariataln a gloomy outlook on life when she AAK ioc WW MadlMn ~ w j:i cwru sc "T»r Knllr AMATEURS I (Children) I TONIGHT I 8:00 P. M. I •m the To»a««trra Pfrf»r» Alan Flaring Krtil«r aa* »»tur*«r "The Kentucky Colonel" Hy «OPIM UK An Tkc» Grvalf«( Drama IWfr HrrfrnH noNT »fIHH IT AMATKI'NM ton Ktirr GeorgeAruss 'Disraeli' riming /AM; liiinv'H 20c -"v:,r" 20c dons, say, a crtsp corn yellow linen or dainty turquoise muslin." raid she. Two new stars have lit*rally been "made" by their outstanding work In "Foolish Wives," Krlch von Stro helm's million dollar masterpiece, which ha* lieen Imoked for an early showing «t the Columbia. TTiry are Malvecn Polo. daughter of the in trepid Eddie, who plays the part of a little half-wit In the picture, and Ihile Fuller, a former iVnnett bath ing beauty, who. Ktrange to say, dors the most dramatic part in the pic ture, and, according to advance no tice*. the l»eat acting. Canadian Pacific S "Prim***" Steamships Ijenvt Seattle Dally, Pier 1, foot of Tester Way FOR VICTORIA ami VANCOUVER, B. C. A. A A A H/l The Day Boh) Daily at SF.WJ nUWI. FOR VANCOCYKB, B. C.. Dirwi, 11 .OA D I\/| The Night Boat Daily (eicvpt Sunday) at 11 •OU * • Through Train Service And connection* lo point# in Western and Eastern Canada, and to Middle Weil and Kaatem United Statea SPECIAL SAILING SEATTLE TO VANCOUVER SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 11:30 P. M. CITY TICKKT OFFICIO. ION *rrond Avragc Mala MKT F. F. k admire. <«-nrral Aarat PACT" Cecil M. Hepworth, Kn(Uah pftv duoer, 1b to build nix studios at Wal tonoiiThamfn. This bears out the prediction that the Knglish finally are to make a serious attempt t» compete with American pictures. Money ■back guarantee with Cll| ■ult. Laff, the Tailor. 11M 3rd.—Adv. 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