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* * TOIIWH l l KiH.n\>h I I I|IIKI> 4 K*r«« « HatUta la -r»F | I INm" ' <•«• M I o»««» (ill I VHI I—l • mIHIM 4«l- ( ter >*■—ia« «Ha». " > **<•%•» Whm" I « «•» IhM *• *«'•• la % gv«tM •* M «*M*r %* i\i i > \i.i»\ I lain* It am H» r r»Utn l«« "WI»J UmiMK % Mir FTtlMi l|*«« %»taa m 4 i*< 4 N«rfl H* MMi h»M •'•».** | I(IIII \I % I I W««I« IM«f «Ml Hmm> l*H»r« la ' I itiif I t«a " OIK lai I Ha*#; an-« I aUr»r# Jay la MflM ftUaa ' • ••art* *aa «Uk> '• fit «l » llir Hlliam » amaia la •• 4 M«|f lUaaa > ** "COLISEUM m ()l KM KIN or HIIMIK" < rtr« National! *»«• WINnM ...... Aaita »(>••« I Mil K<laar<l H-i «l l#M Mom Arlfcur ata*rl 11*11 HHI »*» »k«»M TIK red wine of llf*. rul«(li«l by j Anaiol* ha* n»ihln( on Iho red bkml of th* W rmt »ht«h (Imniium the lh»mr of Anil* tttrw ■n'l Wml ala/rtn* picture. "A gu<«ik>n.«( Honor." showing tl tha Coliseum (or a wa*k b»«lniiin* lo day. Tha oh*rmine trimt hw th* retr of a pamp*c*d. fpoilnl mi-trty gtrl who finds h»n>rtf In th« vigorous •urroundinga of th* Kierraa. TcolumbiaT fD<)I.tSII WIVES" i V'*l»*r*ai» raaat Karaatua .... Kius V*a mr»l»lm |l.!«a H**h«* Hi" |T,<>t«* »«*l« rrUKM Vera Ma* Bwli Astoandlng ar*n*a ihnwln* opera tion* of th* adventure* anJ adventur tun who prey upon visitor* at MonM Carlo. are ahown In th* mlt llwido'lar I'llvtritl production. - yooll «h Wlwt," th* film play now allowing it th* Columbia. Th* meth «ds of international crook* ana aortal vampire*. both nuU* and frowUe, tr» ImUiy deputed In th* photoplay. Vixtk kg ardenT fc i "\\ll\ IVNOI so: Mil K M VKKIAtiK" iMMtt) Artlae Kialn H»—Hll'H Jimvr Winmmy.... >»<•• rt tWiM Kt-'air . ... rrmak Cseetee Tc«u> mewtr 'Arthur Klatne Hammmlrln In her UImI Ntnlrk picture. "Why Announce Your Marriage." to lh» photoplay feature *t the Winter Harden. The itary bi by Alton Urwwne and Atom Croeland. and was written espe cially for Miss Hammersteln. The plot hu to do with a young couple who try to keep their marriage a se cret from their friend* and the pub lie. " LIBERTY fc a "PA* OAV irint Ksttosali T*a Teller Charlie Chaplin Ilia Wife Phyllis Ail»a Tht F«r«n«n liseh flealn yana.an « Usugbter ....MM Funriaace Heine almost drowned In a bathtub foil of water to one of the stunts Charlie Chaplin pulto In hi* latest tnneh "Pay Day." now showing at the Liberty One of the riotously funny iodh ahowa the star walk In* hi the tub. feeling cold and turning on the hot water faucet to warm the wa'er. There la alao a Ilupart Hugh** drama on tb* bill called "Com* On Over." STRAND —■—-—~ -B4H t.HT AMI PAID KtlK" (Paramount I Tl rata la Plain* A*n*« Ayr** Rak*rt atafrnm Hall Ju»i (iiil.y Waltar Miara WllHam D* Mille'a aplenrlld Para mount picture. "Ilought and Paid Kor." a pleturtzallon of Oaorg* Itroadhurat'c ataga «ua**, featuring Amu Ayrea and Jack llolt, |* find ing favor at the Ktrand. Th* offer ing In a literal tranalation of th* original ataga play, but In wr**n form It la even more vivid and more lmpr***ive. " COLONIAL | "I.YINO I.IPH" (Aa«o.ia'»d Produr*ral T<l»lr Cem«ail H»t«a P»»*ra Kanry AlitaMt Fkram Vldor William Ctiaea Joa<pti Kllguur B«lecting aa the them* for hi* *pec ta<-ilar drama "Lying I.ipa," th* two moat yil*l and myateiiou* element* of human exlatnnce—-life and love— Thrxiuni H. Inc* haa created one of the mo*t powerful picture* *lnce "Civilization." th* fir*t big I nee pro duction. "Lying U the attraction at the ColoniaJ. OAK 1 •tiik MitiiT (OoMwyn) Ue*»rgla f.e»trte* Jfty O flour he Is** <'hi»«f Urkfiim ..,..«*.••••.••••«. .Jot»n Boweri "The Night Hone," \s+ Hoy Heott'a melodramatic atory aa plrturlxe<l by Ooldwyn. op#na at. the Oak Hunday. M'mt of the inridenta In thlg itory are founde<l on actual hap|>#'nlng* that have come to Mr. Scott's attention. Ill# gtudy of underworld life in Han Frifidaco ia Ihterwoven with a coin palling love story. WILLIAM FARNUM AT PALACE HIP A momfnldM event In the life of Kdmund Kenn, the great Kniflliih actor, whoi»e K'* nlii» bordered on tiiudneiui, la pictured with over whelmfn* dramatic forre In William Kiuiium'i new *tar production, "A Htage RMIUUir*," whlrh In being ihown at the I'ataue llip thl* week. The plctuie *a* adapted to the x-reen by Paul If, HliKine from a play t>v Aieaaudcr L>iau<ui ttie cider. IvEAL OF foLRvV - Vedited by daisy henry -J* 7 Mist l>uj>ont. Columbia, i*—Charlie Chaplin, Liberty. S—William Farnum, Palace Hip. i—-Elaine Hammerittin, Winter Garden. s—Anita Stewart, Coliseum. 6 —Affne/t Ayrrjt, Strarvl. 7—Florence \ idor. Colonial. B—l.on Chant y, Oak. ' • i i i l _ WHO'S THIS FOOLISH WIFE No. 1 \\ hat -Kuultoh Wife- I*~w TW> I'ictwrr Krpre*entr Atwwrr . Name of Contestant „ Address lltavo tnawtn until IS aft printed » Flrat prta* t Ml H*.-rn»d pri»* . .................. >1 Third prtaa U Two prtara of IS *acb.......... I* Total ll** Alao 10 pair* of tpketa '"r "Kosl Uh Wlv**" at th* Columbia. M Mil Ml »KI I.V Th* aixth on* waa aaay, waant It? I All of you probably tuaard th* ld*ntlty cif th* atxih "Koollah Wlf*.* whoa* piciura waa prlntad >**t*r»lay. without even r*f*fTtng to th* Uat of ti famoua woman. Wall, htre't lb* a*«*nth on* It may nut b* ao ***y to maka out who Uila young woman la But aJI that ■ MnaiHrr la to *<udy lh* Uat of "Koollah Wlv**" whlrh I* prlntad on thla pag*. bxaiu* If you kr.*w who ewc-h of there waa II will fa* Ilk* rolling off a log to Identify th* on* In the plrtur*. It'a quite a revelation lo learn how foollah aore* wivaa of tb* paat w«r* You'd fa* aurpriaail! Rend th* rul*a of th* rontaat rare fully, and get aboard at one*. Clip out th* plrtur* and coupon r»r* fully, or el** wrll* th* nam* on a aepnrat* pl*c* of paper. together with tb* numb*r of th* plctur* It la jruppo«*d to deaerlb* KEEr ai.i. tiik pir-n*Tu:s i% TIL ALL. IS HAVE lIKKN Pt II L.IVHRD, th*n »*nd th*m all In. to gether. • • • I. Adrian*, wlf* of Antlpholtia. tn Xhakeapeare'g "fomedy of Krrora Z. Airman*, wlf* of th* Th«*»ian general. Amphitryon, and mot bar of Harculaa. J. Ainytl*. wlfa of Neburhadn** tar. 4 Ann Boleyn, wlf* of Ilanry ■VIII. S. Cleopatra. th* "ft*rpant of th* Nile." t. Ilora Copparflald. In I>|rkana' "Ilavld Copperfleld." 7. Irtdn. «|!i*>-n of Carthag*, In Virgil's "Aanatd." I Eva, th* flrat woman. 9. Mary Htuart, queen of B<ot ! land. 10. Fatlma, *ev*nlh wlf* of Tllti* | benrd. I 11. Moll Plandar* In Defoe'* "Moll i Klandera." 12. Guinevere, wlfa of King Ar : thur. In medieval mmanra 13. I "oily Iv-acham In Uay'a "The Beggar* "para." In 'Tha Taming of tha Hhrew " 14. Itoxaii.., wile of Alexander tha ' Graat 15. Helen, wlf* of Manolaua, and catiae of th* Trojan war Id. Hermione, wlfa of llndmua ' daughter of Miira and Venu*. In i Greek mythology. 17. Jcvlxl, wife of King Ahab of : Israel. 1* Carol Kennlcott, In "Main Street." 19. Katharine. wlfa of PetnKhlt, 20. Lady Mar-bath, In Hliake- ! cpaare'* "Macbeth." 21. I>.t'« wlfa. who fl*d trnm Hod orn. and dl*obeyed her I/Ord'* Inatruc tiona. 22. Pandora, wlfa of Kpimetheu*. in Greek mythology. 23. Theodora, wife of Emperor JUKtlnlan. 24. Niobe, who diirad rail hTrhll dr< n rnor» hauutiful than tha daugh ter of the god A. 25. Lurrailn dl Horgln, daughter i of fop* Alexander VI., and duehean of Kerrara. Read and l'*e KTAIt WANT Al>B you'll liet What You Want CONTEST RULES 1 Th* Tnoltoh WlnT ranlMl will run for 12 daya. It iiwiid talurdar, April I, and *nda Krt lit, April tl. Kwti day a pk-tur* I* printed r*pr***ntlng a fatnoua "( »h W if*" from hiaf ory. "mythology, drama or fiction Kach *!»>' a U*t of SS p#e|ric, whlrh ln>lutV« the nam* of Una ptdur* printed. will b* publi*h*d I Th« flnrt thine nammary to win on* of Iha prlae* la to clip **ch day th* pit tura of a "Fool •ah Wif*" ami muk plainly in Iha apar* prorliM th* nam* of th* pnraon rrpnwnlai l*rtM will b* awnnM to Iha matMUntii who Rufaailt th* targ**t number of ■orract anawar* to the 11 Uluatrt- Uavw, Kmtima alan will b* * deciding fac tor In awarding th* prl**a. t KKKP Al.l. TCHTR AN HWKM UNTIL. TIIK CUtMHt or Till: LTiNTi'.MT. and lh*n mall In th* |J ptrtur** with your an awera to th* '"Koollah \V|v*a" Contaal IVlttor. Paaftla lur. "ORPHANS OF STORM" REACHES NEW HEIGHTS By James W. Dean (¥tnr ('orrr tpttndml/ KKW TOflK. Mur.h ll.— 91 ill bourn utile* I D. W Urlfflth'ii "i ir phafui ot tb# Htorm." I am trying to "i*iol off." to m ImU* *&t»r#<d pompM tivi of tb* jHrtur**. thut I inay uw no lupirUtlvec in my pnlw of It. )(rmivf>r. I mmy now. and I*ll wijr a ytr from now. (b*t JJlluui Olib'i ["•rforrnnn* *> In (bt« filrti la th* *tn»t «*at Mt »»f Aftinff I hilt a#*n on •rrw-n or itaffi up to thla diti. Hff ttMibiU f»i«, (hat iwri|m from unullirdlil# anculah to Inflnita pathoa to virgin U»vHin#aa hua itrhid Ita fw» turaa iodiilbly upon my mental acraen. I have h**n alttlny In th# #m#n eor n#r rHNMInv apprt#l»atlon to ail th# mip*rlativ»i» uwd to dfw-rlbi the triflf <iunlity of l*ola N#irrt'a a<-tinff -and funrottlng I*l Mian (Huh. ly the work nh« did In "llrok#n IMoa mnnn" #ev#ral yeara aii<% # l*#twa#fi I'ola Nifrt and IJllian Huh th«'r# ta a wtd# margin, and tt la In favor of l«llltan. If tha high browa and th# hyp#rrrtl!cal #bout "pfintlmint#"' at thin. I booh ba« k at th#m with "raailamT' hllllaii Glnh do<*an't art, Hh# llv#ii h'-r part. Hh# crt#a hon***»t. aalty team. t H*r haaxt la in h#r mini#. And her aould In h«*r aympathy • • • Ortfflth him given thl* film th# moat atriklng d#v#lopment of typ*a y#t «een on th# acrecm. No iitajrc play rould hop# to co|»" with inch a number of dmtiiif t rhnraitarlatatlon** Th# haau't auffu l#nt n< ope of action. In maklnir a romanra of bt#torh*ttl material, Griffith ha# pivot#m| bia m tlon about Lillian (ll*h a * ll#»riitett* l»oiotby (ilili, th# plays with fiiwHM the part of l<oula«, th*- blind alM^r. Jo«M*ph Hehlldkrimt, th# roughneck hero of "UHom." la a r#v#latlon na th# romantlr t'hevalier l»# Vnudicy Thin la hiM flrat film appearunc*. but h«* In a In-ttrr imntimlmint than many of the all* k hulr**d heroen who have held forth baforc the taint ia for y«4U a THE SEATTLE ST AH Doug and Mary Back at Studio Fairbanks ha* marled actual filming of hla nnt pl<*tur*. It will b* t vailed *llh*r "Tli* Mpirll of Chlv airy" or "Itohin Hood." Tlio ca*t iiuMm Knld )t*nn*H aa Maid Marian. \\ «!!«. * Hr*ry aa Itlchard th» l.lon.Hmn*d. and Ham IMinvH aa Kins John, th* usurper. I'ou* 011 l appear flrat aa Ih* Karl of Huntington and lat*r aa Itobln Hood. litatruclnr* ar* teaching th* play*r» aword play fend archery. which wilt b* featured In tha plrtur*. I ">uk ava It will b* produced on a m«ra lavish »<-al* than 'The Three klua keteera." Mary IMckford will atari work In a few daya on her second acr*«n production of 'Taaa of tha Worm Country." Johnston MrCulloy la at work on an original atory for Jack Plckford. Mary. Ifc'Uff. Chaplin and I>. W. Orifflth have Mtabllahed an offtc* In Tokio "lloth Mi*a llcbford and I liav* kwl a fort una In film* that have been atolen her* and aold In lb* orient." aaya lxw«. CURRENT PICTURES BOAST FINE SETS Several producer* In Movleland are outdoing themselves In the splendor of their aeta for current productions. Thl« Is true of fhsrlea lUv'i 'The Tailor MaiVe Man *' Met* erected for the palatial ballroom scenes excel In elegance all previous structure* put up at the Rty studies. The picture w ill require at least two month* more of Intenaive work. Antonio Moreno I* taking Ainf Ing lesson. with the famou* Huih W lietiU for balla-t work, which he will do with ( oIW-en Mimics In Kupert Huglx-*' ~lbe Hitlerite** of Hwerla TO FILM ONLY ONE "ROBINSON CRUSOE" The prospect of two It obi noon Cruaoo film* ha* vanished. While t'niversal wax putting the famou* classic Into celluloid with the Inim liable llarry Myers In the tills rids. Kddl* I'olo *tarted a *ln>ltor enter prise In Florida. It to now said that I'olo thought better of It and ha« abandoned the subject for an other story. 01.1 l 1(1 I I \M v A #ertaa of M ok! pictures. itArrlng N'«rma and Conatanc# Han Klrntvall Young. Alica Itrady and Rlftlfi# Hammerxtrin. la to be r#l#aii**d aoon. It l« lnt#reatlng to noli that minor rol#a in thea# old pbturea are played by nurh arreen fy|»brltlmi of the preaent clay na T«*m M» igban Conway Tear!#, May Mc Avoy, C»nra#l Nagei and Tom Hantar hi Lillian Cith vraring the fantastic hraddrext thot was the vogue among the elite of f'urin in the time of Louis XVI. I.acllle l*a Verne as the moustached vlllianea* Is about as sinister a spwl men of feminine utfiliwn* as out wuukl ca4« tw Mi, Ruth St. Denis to Teach Stars How to Dance ICuth HI. IM-nla ha* been engaged to direct the ilum* scenes in Itupert llugbea' neat picture, "Tlie 1 Hilar in Kit of Hw«--ts." Thto to io*>d newa Desplla the fact that a large num ber of srreeii player* gruduated to the screen from <tan<ing ahowa Ihere haa been more artlfUlallly In dLui<-e scenes than In any other foatui* of the film* <»f the actreaaea now on the screen the only ones tht* writer can recall aa having Irrpsichorean ability are Irene Caalle. Mae Murray and Itotty Com peon The Utter'* ability In till* line wn> a revelation of '"The Green Temptation." Credit for that ahould probably go to Theodora Kueloff. a former UUlet tnaatcr, who trained her, The only male of the screen who known how to dance la Itudolpb Val entlno. Ill* ability a* a "hoofer" brought hltn stardom and flritt place In the favor of the fair patron* of the movies. There may be other Individual* who know how to dance *o a camera »n record their movements. but their names and the instances In which tliey shown! their ability do not «>m* to mind aa this to written. However, the dance on the screen hna lacked re«lt*m In groups uf dancers. Th**e scenes generally lark composition, the grouping of fljrirae ao that In baJlrosm scenes the dan cers eeern at mm or so that effect of muM movement In esthetic dan ring to presented a* It 1* In slags ballet a. The coaching of such expert* a* lluth 81. I>ento may give renltom to scrreii dancing In *o far a* the cam era Is able to record It. IIK.RT I ATM.I. Hlieaklng of changing cant*—ltert l.ytcll, who has la-en Marring In Metro |i|ilures for *evera| years, will tie Hetty Corupeon'* leading man In "To Have and to Hold." Theodore Itohert* and Theodore Koeloff will also appear In that picture. It was ailapted for the screen by Ouida Berxixre, wife «f (icorg* KlUinaurlce, who will direct It. Ml KN \Klt» WIN.YKK Willi fix! Ktmlmll. of Apalachlcola. H*., won tbt tlo.oou prlxe offT«l by Ooldwyn and a ChtctfO paper for the boat »wiirifHi. In all 17,000 etenartoe were autirnltted, 20 women and 12 men winning prise*. I'irrj one of IK W. Griffith's pn«lti« lion* luvf bfrn «lart#d on I r »<! »> i>r on tin 13th of I li«- month. I Mont* Itlne doe* th* l*e*t work of bin carnr a* I>anton. ij-nUv Kin* ! a* JacquM Korppet Not, and Hidney i Herbert MN Hobmplrrre, play their j roles an capably aa any of the tier inert adopt have In their historical manterpteces. Comparing thla film to the Herman picture called "All for .* Woman," tmaed on the French rev olutlon, I would nay that Blue I* niixhtly Inferior to Kmll Jnnnlnira na (>anton ati<) lltHwrt la by far a letter Kot*»*ptrrre than Werner Kraua. "Smilin* Through" Is Norma's Be st Norma Talmndge's prtwluctlon, "Smllln' Through," which will be the First National attraction at the Coliseum next week, Is unld lo be 1 ih* most costly, elaborate and artls lie photoplay yet made by (lint star. New Vi>rk, I.onic Inland and Cali fornia furnished tHickgroumla for I the filming of Allen Iwingdon Mar- I tin's famoua i«l*y. In which Jane I Cowl appeared on the speaking •UKC. In thp Kiuit Norma iihp.l two great I Kindlon, tine of which contained a I day net and the oilier a night wet, the company frequently working at i 14 hour stretches under the direction of Sidney Franklin. Kemarkable moonlight scenes were . obtained In the night eel al Norma'* New Yoik studio, while exceptional exteriors were filmed with the day studio on I<ong Island, In which the | replica of an Fngllsh village, with a Immutlf ul garden, a house and wind i in* roadway was constructed. To ibene were added several picturesque "shots" In California. Harrison Kord, Wyndham Stand ing. Alec Francis. Miriam IlattlsU and other n rem notables appear In ' *up|M>rt of Mien Tiiltnadge. The story In laid both In the pres ent mid in IMI4. and necessitated the building of the Kngllah village. There are also scenes In Irelund and France. I."l'| Cuucu la UlaklUs ".Double FialeU." Valentino Coming \ in New Picture An allatar <*<t of exceptional merit will l>* aeen In support of Hudolph Val*nllno in "Krlvolou* VVlvea." a photoplay of rstlier start line till*, which la to hold th* place of hon<ig on the w ion of the Liberty anon Among th* name* which thla pic lur* boasts may l>* mentioned Vera Ktaaon, Kdward Jobaon, Krank New berg and Kathleen Kiikham. Jack lVkford will soon atart work on an original s. i**n alory by John ston Mofulley He waa to have done "Th* Taller Mad* Man." which la now being mad* by Charles llay. J. Ciordon Mwarila, ace direct or for William Nt, who haa )utl lomplH'd Ih* HUlorical ap*r lacle, "Nero," in Home, haa ar rlted In Jf-ruaaletn. where he will makp an<i< h*r |>rodiirllon for I 'm, lux-d upon Ihe Hlhllral ►lory at Ilia career of kilif llaiid. ■MU also COLLEEN MOORE I '" Rup«rt Hughes' H MHWpMW "COME ON OVER" ■ A comedy-drama with the sweet tang of spring! H A n A I A FINE SHOWI I Vi iwrrnilaShiH 8 U3VS OiliV FOR ALL! BRING I PMra«| v VHJ» WMIJ THE FAMILY! ■ wjM H ?MM now playing B on "pay day" und Lijgh Overtime! HHBS|29^H mir» ii » to »rr (''mrlir dixlcr with a /.II*! Ilut be takr* hU dtnm-r |uiil tu work txiautc it'* lunrli time Mrhrn lie jrl» P therrt f ' "" * J / / /I h ... -—v «-t I / jI U Jr * C y «•• T"* lnl r ■ ! jK^ mmm^ mmm '^o""""" "™Z_—l I inUM»thuy«n I I th* ■ I -.. I J*.' r»««m f».> i r •»t •» • > i»ar I Alw;iyi the brat for III* IJlwrly Ku»—t ■ -,i.. u ana ArU«n ■ ! Starting Next SUNDAY—RODCLPH VALENTINO in f nvoloas Whet" I VON STROHEIM TO MAKE NEW FEATURE Another great feature picture la alxiut to be inude by Universal, un d«r the direction of Krlcb Von Rtrie helm, who made th« million<lollar picture, • Foolish Wives." The exact nature of the etory to wlthlteld. but It In given out that It will lw» a spec tacular tale of life on the European continent. I/HIH rtIJIKRN I/out* Calhern. f..miliar to picture goers thru hto leads In numerotw l»o« Weber productions, la loat to the screen for a while. He ha* re turned to the rsg* aa leading man for Olga I'etrova. In "The Whit a Peacock.- KI.IJOTT DKXTKR I'll lot l Dexter ha* returned from a long vacation In Kurope In belter health and rplrtt* than he hss en- Joyed for several year* He haa been engaged s* leading man for Clara Kimball Young. pace :* "Nilette" Gets on Liberty Screen I Patrona of the Liberty theater I during the new Charlie Chaplin dhow will also he entertained by a novel new* Million. The Liberty Newa. to open Huturdiiy morning, ha* view* of the presentation of the famous baby camel, Nllette. to the Until* imrk Itosird, by her owner. Mayor Caldwell. The novel di-rnon*tration of manufactured gonda on Kecond ave. luu alao be*n caught by th« camera. Keattle'a do* arl*tocr»cjr have their beat dronaed up expre» alon for the benefit of the camera ; while on exhibit during the annual , bench ahow. The International news J la alao Included «n the film. The injanctton salt of Charle# Chaplin again*! ( liartm Amidor, wlio |* making film* under the name of "(luirle-. ApUs,* haa been deferred until the latter part of April. Chaplin i* trying to restrain Amidor from the umi of the former'* famous vagabond arcoulrrmenta.