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WEDNESDAY. A!'C. I'ST 2S, use.
!B| I hi- I GLORIA SWANSON In Paramuunt't gorgeously produced dram*— "Her Gilded Cage" With HARRISON FORD, DAVID POWELL and WALTER HIERS When we My you wHI be atlomiM al tha beauty of Uih picture, the IhWumw ef tha |#w», and the human intere*l of the story. w* are not thing tha photoplay the rredM deaerrrC Coliseum Concert Orchestra rwnlai nil I Bales Pout la "Tha Maaquerader" law rtaytaa REX INGRAM'S Hailnfl r»»<■««tee ef 111 aad AdveaMwe — "THE PRISONER OF ZERO*" WHb Al.irp; TKHRT aad LKWfI »TO>». Cmmtm*. Waa. da *llk'i •tkc People" Retire Pa^er The oast for Jackie Coogan's ne*t picture Includes Arthur Edward Carew. Bert Woodruff and Anna Townsend. E. Mason Hopper will direct. The scenario was written by Jackie's father and mother, e e e Marion Davie* will be starred In a film version of "Adam and Eva." state comedy. V ' ee e f Mack Bennett will return to Los Angeles from New York within the next two weeka to uaaume personal supervision over the comedies ha Is making for First National release. "When Summer Comes." "The Hhrfck" and "Bow Wow" are now being filmed. 1 "East Ts West." Constanca Tal -9 madge's latest starring vehicle for f «Flrst National release, has bean rom- L' pleted at the United Studioa. The i work of cutting and editing this spec j tacular Oriental love story will start f Immediately under tMdney Franklin's I direction. Tom*to*» aro uid to ripen beet by tha ll*ht of the moon. AY y ADKWATER-W , NGS e» ri« row 4alc kviSvXhcnc LEARN TO SWIM NOW .MwrairMgm co- MoeoKiH- >-j I METROPOLITAN ■ Abb THI* WRKK I BARGAIN VSiif ■ HH4MMIS HIIO*. AMI ■ hi:* RKV«oi.oa ■ rrwm ■ THE AMERICAN ■ LIGHT OPERA CO. t» 1 ■ Ollfcart-inlllvaa'* f'aarie Opera ■ urr.lt At. HI MM Kit PRICRIi ■ 2.v. nir. itr. sj.no. 1 Mala.. Mr .ml a Or. l-lu. Tax ■ „ *O—ftINUINU VOICKt—MI V Oreateat Hli(lii| kltaw aa Tatar UW&TY ( nrlHy, Mtttkr. I*l#(«vm 3 MORR UATI TO IKK MAY McAVOY la tlMmiiß ntmry mf tlf# Abore "TBITOPOFTEW TORI" nr.* nun* la rim Xattoaal'* < aaaedy. -Ho*r. ItADK NOI IKt- With ray lUa Mater »afc—"While llalaa alee pa" Mrs. Page, Pioneer, It 87 Years Old Mr* Frances Ellen Page. Heat tie Pioneer and grandiiutightor of Joseph K. Gale prominent in Oractin terrl- I lory Wilory, »l«bnlt<l her 17th ; birthday Tuesday at tba home of her 'laughter. Mrs. Sabina Page Morton, | !7M E- «2nd at The celebration was ; attended by her children and grand '• children. Mountaineers to Elect on Sept. 8 Members of the Mountaineer* club will meet for a get-together din ner Sept. S In the Masonic club rooms, when the annual election of ! trustees of the organisation will be , held. BOWWOW To visit one portion of the Bennett comedy lot. a person would presume he was In one of the city's pounds. A collection of dogs of varied sixes, breads and colors had been assembled for use In "Home-Made Movie#." now at the Liberty, starring Ben Turptn and featuring Phyllis Haver In the leading feminine role. fi. Columbia Thoueande who caw it Saturday and Sunday backed all we eaid and VIRGINIA VALU MATT MOORE JOSEF SWICKARD Sfarm Another Valentino? NAVARRO InKriun Sh.VH lie In Raw on N<i va rro AUK Seattle picture patrona aeelng ■ (oiulnK Rudolph Valmtlno al tha Htruvl thin *wkr IMrector Be* loci.itn "made" Val- MiUno by giving him the leading maa cultne role In bin first big production. "Tli« Kour Horsemen of the Apora lypae." Ma I *Yed tha way for hi* barowln* ona of tha lilnrat stars lit •II scree udom la ha now «olng to perform a like aarvtca for lUunon Navarro, who la playing tha dnahing Bupert of Kent* uu In lnjrra«ji » aacond coloaaaJ pro ductlon. "Tha I'rtaoner of Zenda." now allowing bara? It la whlapered that Ingram think* ao himself Navarro aaaraa to have all tha dash. magnetic flra and hand somaneaa that brought Valentino ao rapidly to tha front. Not lea him whan you go to tha Htrand to aee "Tha Prisoner of Senda." See If you think Itupart of Hantaau la tha "comer" that tha wt«a onaa aay ha la. GI*U)VH WALTON Whan O lady a W»lton flnlahea bar career aa "The Olrl Who Ban Wild." aba ta going to atart playing "Tha UvM,.lfr luth I-ady" Tbla la a msgajune atory by Shannon Ufa. which tea been prepared for tha arraan by George Randolph t'hester. King llaggot will dlract t'nlvrraal'a flappar star for tha first time. "Brawn of Iba North." featuring tha calahraetd dog. Btrongheart. i> rapidly nearlng completion at tha Coatno-Art studio. Tha laat of tha Interior* were raraeraed laat week. ACTING ON INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. GEORGE ALBERS PUBLIC AUCTION Without Reserve or Limit TWO HUNDRED AND TWO PARCELS OF LAND AT EARLINGTON GARDENS Tracts range in size from a single lot to parcels of five acres, mostly all cleared —some with old improvements. Terms —lO% cash, 16% ten days, balance one, two or three years, monthly payments at 7%. Five per cent discount for cash. Warranty deed and title insurance to each buyer. Sale to be held on the ground—at the corner of the Renton Junction road and the new Kent road— Saturday Next and Sunday Next at 2 P. M. Daily Maps and further particulars may be had from the undersigned— J. E. Barnett, Auctioneer Elliott 2408 George Francis Rowe & Company 630-6.32 Burke Building—Second and Marion 6® TODAIH rRIHiIVAMI I I IWrilTt M«r MrA»«r to "The ■»■«!• »» )»ll " i cot l miiia -iM|dn "Th# Wtrwi." I CXII IaHI M—Tlm Uw W rhar •oM ' # m i r *ntdic-"in ih» Heme e# tl»# U«." WINTKII ISAHDF.* —n* iM»>c Trail." MTKAM>"Tin rrtMK •» Ceada." aelae m Ml- " OAK MrrlU aiagmaa to "The Tin*-* CM" NKW SHOW Tlll'ltMDAY AT WINTKH UAHIMCN AKTOItY of fame and fortune, and tli<» rlae of A downandouter furnlnliea the plot of "l.ucky Car- Kin." R li»w Vll«*r»|>li picture, etarrliig Karle William*. which will I# »hnwt\ for four daya at the Win lor lin rden. Iwgliinln* Thurwlny, Tlt«> act lon l« laid for the moat part In Imodofl and the t'nlted Btata», which furnish«• a wealth of ecanlc background agiilnet which the ill it mat Ic action l» filmed. COM MHIA I'IAUR* HK.W Kl) IIAMJKIt Klght c«noea were wrecked during the filming of on* of the thrilling ».en«-e In the ecreen preeentutlon of "The Worm." which la lha attraction at tha Columbia thin week. Mian Vallle and Joaepli Hwtckard were In ennrtant |H*nia an they ehot tha rap- Ida In their fragile boat. "The Worm" throughout la a thriller. Ilouna I'etera and Malt Moore are arrn In the two leading male rolaa. see I .IKK OK POI.ICKMKN KILMKII AT Hl.l K MOt'RR Not only ha* "In the Najtia of tha I Aw," now at tha Hlue Mouee. tha element of mother love, but It alao h«e it K"""lly portion of fstl.rr love aa wall. Tha story haa to do with tha Ufa of « policemen—hla Ufa at horn* and at work. Tha dramatic alluallona are numeroua. Johnnie Walker, Ella 11*11, Kmory Johnaon and Clair* Mcl»owel| ara tha leading play ara. Thta la Mlaa llall'a flrat picture since ah« retired three yeara ago jo become Mr*. Kmory Johnaon. • a a KIM IJKK TOY HCKNKK AT USERTT May MrAvoy In her rols of sale* girl In tha toy department of a big city atora, la making a decided hit with youthful picture patron* at tha Liberty thla week. Tha toy ahop erenee. and alao tha presence In tha cm*l of two popular child actora. Mary Jane Irving and Pat Moore, make Ihfci picture upe daily entertaining to children, though It la by no means a child's atory. a * a "fJOIJEM" ACTOR IN COMKKI M HUTI HT I'aul Wegener, who will be remem bered for hla splendid acting in "The (iolein." the foreign film which caused much favorable comment when ahown hare some time ago, haa another good role In "Tha Utrrea of Pharoah." tha Oennan production, now on view at the Colkwum. The picture haa an all-atar cast, Includ ing y.mll Jannlng*. Pagny Hervsee and Henry liedtka. e e e RRX INtiR \M. DIRECTOR OK STRAND PHOTOPLAY When He* Ir.gram gave to the screen "The Pour Horsemen of (Executor) SHALL SELL AT THE SEATTLE STAR Dagny Servaes as the slave girl and Frteilrirh Kuehrw. as the high priest vriting the tome of the sphinx in "The Loves of Pharaoh," the new Lubitseh produetion at the Coliseum which closes tonight. Aporulriw*" ho mad* three person" famoue with plriun fan* the country over-Rodolph Valentino, who tho he had l»»n In |>lctum for some time had Hlilon attracted attention. Alice Terry. the lovely blonde, and him eelf. Ingram's nun* tonncrlfd with n picture !<ounU for a irtnt daal. Ills klaat offering. "Tha Prleoner of Zenda," a plcturlaatlon of Anthony fatnnua nival. Is showing at tha fltrand 'hie week. Alice Tarry again plays tha lending feminine role. a a a DRAMATIC A(TRKtM PLAYING AT OAK Myrtle Htvdman la now appearing at tha (ink Thla popular star la ap pearing In "Tha Tiger'e Coat." a film drama with a novel and highly Inter esting plot. Hhe haa moat pleasing role aa tha heroine and during tha action of tha atory doea some flna dramatic acting. "The Tiger's Coat" shows for the last time tonight. Alexander to Give Special Matinee Supported by a brand new vaude. villa Mil. incidentally one of the beet of the summer, Alexander I* attract, tng crowds on hla second and last week at the pantagee. Alexander announces another ladles' souvenir matinee for tomor row (Thursday) afternoon at 3 o'clock. He will distribute a number of Oriental giutlng halls, occult hook* and "spirit painting*" and wtll de vote the major portion of hla time to answering questions. No one under ]< yeara old will lie admitted and the nutlnee la for women only. Tli* Mil mipportUur Alexander hu Harry Pawning tnd company In * lively *lnftn« and dancin* revu*; Marlon Clalro, a delightful mil arUat; Wilfrid L'uHola. an artutlc novelty Jumtler. and Johnny Mart in, a vrrnatlla young man who la Iwth a comedian and nuak-Kn. Mil*. Vat e*ka> and th* Nartell Twine wilt danc*. Tha Pantajfmcop* »howi a new comedy urxl now* wrekly. Lawla Bton*. ona of tha all afar caat aaaembtai for tha production of "Tha pangeroua A**," cannot com plain of a lull In tha picture profes sion, Mtona haa appeared In four treat feature* thin far thta year— "Tlia Prtnoner of Zrndn"; "A Fool Ther* Waa" and 'Tha Dlack Or chid," In aildlOon to "Tha Danger oua Age " Tha naxt Mark Bennett antic In which Hen Turpln will |gt looaa hla wayward rye* will ba "Tha Shriek," a parody on tha well known hot aanda romance. Kathryn MrOulra will aupport lien In tha abaenr* of I'hytlla Haver, loaned to Goldwyn for "Tha ChrUtlan." HIM* T/e* and Boyd 1* Dero, dancer* of International reputation, will 1>« Men In a fiery Interpretation of the Argentina lango In "Tha Dangerou* Ai«," the all-ntar produc tion which John M. Hta.li! la making at tha l.oula li. 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Plko j^jfj NOW AT COLISEUM ] ALAN DWAN WILL DIRECT VALENTINO Alan Dwan, who haa Just complet ed direction of "DougLm Fairbanks In Robin Hood." haa been encased to direct Valentino In "Tha Hpanlsh Cavalier." Tha script will ha written by June Mathla. who prepared "Tha Four Horsemen" and "lilood and Rand' for tha screen. Tha new film la an adaptation of "IJon Cesar da ltecnn " Nlta Maldl, who haa made one of tha bl**e»t hi La of tha season m I >«na Hoi In "Mood and Hand." will have tha leading feminine role. /LUCKTO IvSTRIKEyJ unvr/M Cigarette If• toasted. This ene oirtra proosss Blvss a rsrs and delightful quality —lmpossible to dupllcsts. I now HKius I Tfce Iraaatlr nf«r->n4a>ll«a I tha* Ift i«rr|la| I I Ik* MMlrr | w»«nf I OtTDr I OOK k I Ift Ml* Kwnftlrat I P I Ml. I >Hl<ln | DENTS Toothache Gum Stops Toothache A lnstantly Destroqs all odor ! I are anally do* to atralnlng ■ when conatipated. I Nujoi being a lubricant I keep* the food waate soft I and therefor* prevent* I atraininir. 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Kyne's "The Lon* Chance," haa been selected to play a principal role In "The Jilt," a Satur day Kvenlng Post story, which Irv- Ing Cummlnss will direct. miH« i><;« TODAY •THIS LTHV THfl'H" Interactions! News Wlntrr t.ardrn Orchestra Comedy Special Attraeflaa Today Oaly KLIIE JItWKI. BBOICHU Stasia* the l-stest Fes Tret "Say II Wkllr DaaHif" Uj <br Writers af »Aa«rl t and -lIIHIIHHIIW i<:arm: wii.i.m«> la "Li tKY t Almost" A>v riMK lot AU 'IHK TIHKJ pYDU NAVE A M BOILER UKC COAL ■Ptmis IN your wwrßfc gjy SHORTAGE ~W Best authorities predict BW * coal shortage even Mij | jf"" though the miners resume iff M ■ A water heater each as EM ■ I this will insure your hav m jjS I in, hot water economic- IB Jfl ■ We have only a carload rl jjjfl I at this special price, H ( jH $22.50; $7.50 down and n'S HV $3.00 a month, or 3 per m' H Ifn cent discount for cash H l l jUjl with order. 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