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LAST TIMES TOMORROW Thi« t.rrat Ilr.vt Drum* "HUMAN HEARTS' —WITH— I HOUSE PETERS he Columbia COMIXU HATI Hl> \V GLADYS WALTON "Top o* the Morning" Rwovcml (torn hi* r««iil accident. Art Acord U preparing for another chapter play at L'nlveraal City. It may bo called "The Oregon Trail" but more likely "The Trull Hlaaera " I IH«I * I % I*l I I M|l>W !>•. T»i« r Today FLYNN SMILES ARE TRUMP AIM f" * | lUltltT WHO* l-MKDT ~r*e Mar Hearder" IIICWII FASLK Aay r»o*e KVIC.IT* l«r mm THIS to III* Iml fIUN ag I'M have im «•• ZZZ WESLEY BARRY s —«be freekle-faced e yet ewe. S la ckapa la ••808 KtHITO* or pi.ate*" as T*a*rmr | Alaiaal** 25 Wlllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllll . I NOW HERE J ■A W L F / I "'A TAILOR-MADE I I MAN' is my ideal of I I real entertainment. The I I Blue Mouse has never I I played a finer picture." 1 I —JOHN HAMRICK. I isiiliii Page 4 Read It! [s® TODAY'S I'BIMiKAMS •n<l roi t MHU- NMM i* H u« rn«N llr«rl» " Ml I I Miil NK—< *m? !• A |*|l»r Marin **•," I mviiH nw Ik "ntUH lr» IT*tup* " IIIIIMI M *»«• M«rr«> la l>r«J ... |W." I lilt Hit—,tlm« ««kfH la "The Vtlhf of BUeM Mr*.'' OIIOMAI. lawn Hlrfc«te*4 la i"IM llamplMa mt liw« " ■ ■■ ' ■ 41 WINTKK UAKOK.N ' Smilea Ar* Truninpa," tha William F»* pirtura Marring M>urtc« Flvnn. will be »c*n at tha Winter Harden thenter today. Thla picture can l>« recommended •• rlf art. wholraome antrrtalnmant with an abundance of thrilling atunt* and K»" ulna love Interest. I'rank U. Packard wrote tha atory. STRAND Tha ambition of avarr Spanlah boy I* to become a bull fighter and [Juan Oallardo la no etceptlon to tha [rule Whan ha la In hla taaua Juan goea with a ragged band of urchin* to Utile country village*, trying to ■tag* bull fights. Juan kllla hla flrat bull and tha event la marked by tha tragic death of hla friend. Chlrlpa. The young matador »oon become a funoua. but later meeta defeat when awayed between hla devotion to hla wife and tha flattery of an adven lures*. a a • Hl.lit *f>t *R Charles Hay I* »*en In an entirely new role In hla lateat photoplay pro duction. "A Tailor Made man." now at the Hloue Mouse theater. A few year* ago Hay played only "rube ' part*, but In thla acreen version of the atage play of tha aame name he I* seen either In Immaculate evening dreaa or In well tailored and conven tional bu*lne«* suit. e a • COM Mill A "Human Hearts." featuring Itou** Peter* at tha Columbia theater, la continuing to ple*j*e large audience* daily. The play deal* with tha love ami heartache* of a popular family In a small town. Houaa Peter* I* aeen In an emotional role aa Tom the man who falla In love with * scheming adventure** The other character* In tha play are ex cellenl!) portrayed. • a a COUSKt M A girl with dancing feet, a light head And a heart that ream* for tru« lova. la Mae Murray. In her lateat pic tur*. "Broadway Ho**." playing at tha Coliseum theater. Hhe *pp"*r* with an array of amart gown* and wrap*. Mont* Blue, who play* the male lead in thl* picture, fnm-'t hi* part creditably. Getting Too Fat? Try This—Reduce People who don't crow too fat are the fortunate exception. Hut If you find the fat accumulating »T already cumtxrreomr. you will be wtae Jo fol low thi* euga**tion. whua la en. doraed by Lhnuaand* of p*>pl« who know. Aak your drugglat (•■t Mar no.la Preecrlptlon Tablet* and fol low direction*. One dollar I* the prU-e tb* world over <}*» them from your own drugglat or Bend price di rect to Marmola fa. 4*ll Wo.>dward Ave., Detroit. Mich Hy doing thl* you will be *afe from harmful drug* and be able to reduce »**adlly and eaelb. without *tarvatlon diet or tlre*ome egerclaa. CHECKERS DETERMINE STYLES IN TIES "Edgar. don't w«tar that horrid tie tonight. Wear the nice new one I got you lajt week. It look* ao much better." "All right, my dear. Ju*t aa you ■ay. It i« a rretty one at that. And «y. did you read how tha tie manu faCturem' association. or whatever you call It. are going to determine the style for men'a necktie*." "No." "Well, they have placed "potter*, or cher>er». In the thick of New York • crowd* to Jot down the style* that •MID to prevail. If the utrlpe* are In majority I auppps* we will be wear- Ing them next sen eon aa the very latest In neckwear." "I »e». C.ee, I hop* the m»n'a cloth ing merr-hanta don't do ■ almilar utiint here. On* look at that old null of your* would convince a mtt checker that he'd have to look elaewhere for the mint popular atyle In men'a aulta. You mini girt a new on*. Kd*»r." "11l have to wait until we have Kim» more money on hand." "No. It la not nummary to wait We have enough to pay down on one of thoee attractive aulta at Cherry'a. at 1016 Second ave.. In the Rlalto | iMg . over the Pl«'n Whletle Take levator. And nix month* to pay the «U(ir», If nereaaary."—Advertlae nent. DANCING f Every Wfdnnday, Friday and Haturday Kv*. at Da Ifon*y new Amdemf I'lk* at llth. B<*« tltlf 111 surroundings for r»f Inad d«nr«ra : •*- Hee tha moon L \\IW and ftam 10- W £ p| ac * nolo Of- M */ rhaatra. fopular W prices. OiHrity flan*'f *vary Hun -9 day #va. See America's Greatest Dancers on U>rlnrM«y *va. Hapt. 27, find Krlda* ava, Hapt 2#. Mr. and Mm f;e Honey will Introduce beautiful flaw fancy ballroom Maps Ami «**• hlhltlonw In classic dan* in*. Don't mlaa than** dancing: parti's DANCING LESSONS Beginners' rlasses start Tuesdsy ■ rid Thuredsy evenings at « 4ft aharp Mi«rh school clau Haturday afternoon, 3to f> Ad vanned Haas Monday avan ln«. I to to 11;>0 Plenty of prar lira; no embarraaament. The ao<-|al ftatura alone IN worth double the prls** Uarn tha new Tango Trot, Worker Walts, Olid* Mrhottiarhe and llraurtls pn ■ Trot. Private lessons ■II hours. My latsat hook d*>s< rlblng sll danres. free for pupils Uarti from Amarlra's leading authority on -lanrlng, who haa erected mora fin* aradamlea and taoght mors people tn ianre than any other person tn Am»r Ira Hpedal low rat»e for this we*k only ''all day or svenlnt. Phon* KMst 02»ft. SCENE IN "HUMAN HEARTS" A scene from "Human Hearts," the feature at the Colum bia theater, in tchirh House Peter* it thoun in the leading role. He hat just saved the life of the priton warden by snatching an iron bar from the handt of one of the inmatet. IJMCRTY I p from tha Valley of ftlient Men. ao called hecwuae of tha three whlta mountain peak* which guard the val ley belorw, to the poet of tt»* I loyal Mounted Pnllce, come* Maratta. quaint Branch-Canadian girl. At the poat ah* I* a girl of myatary and dar ing. Alma Ruben* portray* the part of Maratta In tha paramount proaiuc tlon. "Tha Valley of Kllent M«n." showing at tha Überty theater. COMtMAI, Hob Hampton, the part portrayed by Jame* Klrkwood In "Hob llnrop ton of Placer." now at tha Colonial theater, la an outnuf from the army, lia turn* to (ambllni. adopt* a little ••If and aarea the life of a sir! they call Tha KM Hampton had been held reaponalble for tha death of a popular man, but he proved hi* Inno cence during a tattle and la reMorad with honor* to the army. COTTERILLTO ATTEND MEET Port Commla* toner fleorge T. Cot terlll will repreaent Beat tie at the Northw*at rlvera and harbora con ference to be held in Rverett on Fri day and Saturday. Cottertll waa choacn at Wedneoday'a meeting of the commtaalon. Pmilibnt W. S. Lincoln report »d on the eooond International ronnn lion of (he American Association of fort Authorities. which h« attends In Toronto. Neit veer's convention Will IM helil In New Oriean* George K Nicholson, chief engi neer of the port commission. will de liver a lecture at the Everett con frreoc*. r—Km flrru—\ [ THE TONGUE j BY R>K. K. 11. utHiior JfK tonrua rlcM ly haa l> »« n rklltd t)*» ItxW to a dlaordnr#-! afomarh. Tliara ara faw phr ■ I riuna. In daed. who would fall to racnmttra at a itlanre tha haavlly cnatH. irrajr or yallow lah tonruo. with tip anil marcrln of r»<l. arromp»nl»<l hy othvr char art»rl*t lr nymptoma, n» d<*nollnic that ™mm<inMl of all Ills, In41«*». (lon. Th* tnnmi* «rv«« a lan a* an In ilex to many other dtKcaae*. Oh the tonmi* of a amallpmc pa tient are dlatlnvtlve vwilrtea (bilateral. whit* th* anfferer from ha* small red apota. tipped with white. In raaa of pernlrtoiia anema, tha anann a n n r = U.SJAVYWRD = : BATTLESHIPS ; a • a, Take fait awamm at JJ Colman Dock [2 „ REGULAR SCHEDULE „ * Laava daattla dally [* •frIO . 711 - %uo lo »> 11 JO a. Ok 1 Ml • 9:1 S-Sls p. m. r m *Escept Sunday I* r SPECIAL NIGHT SERVIC! n * fna Seattle ie S«sa«i—a „ Saturday and Sunday 010 p. aa. Wednesday. Friday, Saturday and n 4 Sunday II 30 p. m. A n 9rmm Inasrtsa to Isstda n A Saturday and Sunday «K>:3o p. nap A „ AUTOMOBILE FERRY n a Connecting with Otymplo Hlah* a way tha abort routs to Hood Ce 'l nal and Olympic Peninsula polnta. n * fee trie «« Inaenos Dslly 7;IS - II »a. m. .113 p.m. Bstra tflp Saturday and Sunday 030 p. m. n * a s i- >s . •4Ja. m. IJO - Son pm. K«tra , trip Saturday and (Sunday iOJO p.m. _ Vliitart arcotnpanifd by Braaartaa a CUaW af Caawna GtMa par- _ altttd ta Navy Yard il It3p. a. fl PI * Paii<B|cr lira 80c raaad trip. la 1 NAVY YARD ROUTE £ Cslsisa Desk Mela 100) 'A n n n n n r i n THE SEATTLE STAR !"Y" WINTER STUNTS START Opening with an orrheatra concert at J II p m . tha flrat of tha regular Vinter ptograma will be held at lha V M C. A. neat Hunday afternoon A 1 1 p in. Ib« llav. I»r Uao. O, Kallla. of Vanrouvar. 8. C. will »d" draaa tha man'a man mwiiiu on tha • üblwt of "Imnttailomil Uoo<l WW I)Krin4«l groups will follow anil Iht frlandahlp awpp»T will ba h»ld >1 tit. At lh« nupfxr Alb'rt H (iroaa will twit of lh« co op»mltv» tcllrlllM of tha grunge tn«rem»n(. tongue la esrwdlngly pata and blo«l lew. and generally lec«m«a aora The tongue in tba condition of a hemorrhage reaemMea that of anemia. Tu»*rvulo«l* of tha tongue com mencaa on tha tip or edge and break* down Into an ulcer. It aecret* pua and la moat painful. If yon notice an unnatural ap pearance of your tongue, it la well to <on*utt a phynlrlao For, Relief from Piles a**4 to Var»*t Dracglal for • Boa ml ft rea»ld Ml* •■ppealteelew— -1 heir leeiktai tagaeaeo la MemarhaMe. In the privacy of your own home pyramid Pile Ruppo*:tortea gtve bleaaed rtllaf from Uchiaf. bleeding or protruding pllaa. hamorrholda an 4 lurk rrrlal lronl4»«. And II I* » comfort l<> know you ran rail or a* n<l |a ih* nr»r>it drgr aloro and rat a *• rml hot anvwhera In tha 1 M. ami Canada. Taka no aubatl lul» A nli.Kl- Ixti la ufirn lufllclinl. You ran ha*« a Irn trial parkaca ►T aendlna nam* ami ad<tr»aa to pyramid i»ru« Co. (II JfiamlJ J3ld*., Uarahall, Mich. —A Avert la* rn ant AMUSEMENTS t PANTAGES Mats. 21 JO KI«kU 7 mm* I !*••• rioflnn RAflla rii.llKß A*II 114*11 hhhmit A Whit# I r)M <**M#ei Wlrd r««ls M Arrher ' tlaybelU Itiltlip* Kit smarm H rmm. | Cantafesrepa <a#n»rsl AIIIHIMIMI Mat*. 25c 1 Mgkta Me «"'< Moored atmo>nlTlw||c a-rnr ■■ 7 w ' ni '> 6)\\rfvmnv Caacua\ VAUDEVILLE 2.n0 4M*M«re> J. * ,lft 2iM rojpfes of ilif »»ty h ■ -.til HrHtr MiSO liOl % I ii <r 111 Oltufiiirll Hlttf .IIIT J Corinne& Himber »101 11*7 B»brork «t iV.IIV tiia siao i Harry Watson, Jr. 012 a in? | Weaver Brothers ' ii«i till Adelaide flerrnaa I liBT i 120 Ibr Calks >< wi loil2 Blackheads Go Quick By This Simple Method lUackh»ada-~»blK onra or llttla CIBM ■ oft on«a or htH ODtl on any part of thfi body, no quickly by a mniplt method that Juai din no I vaa them. To do thla about two ouncea of <alonlte powdfr from your drutffta* apilnkl** a little on a hot, w*t cloth rub over the black b«ada brlakly for a f«w *(M*jnda unci waah off You'll wonder when tha blackhead* have gotl'lnchlng and ai|u«i*ilDi blaokheada only upcn the poraa of tna akin and leave them larif and un»ißhtl> whlla tha alni- Pi * Arallefttloti of eftltiilt* itowdii and tne watar dlaaolv tham right out, Ivavlnti tha akin aof.« and tna poraa In their natural condition.— Advartiaamcnt HARRY WATSON, JR., AT MOORE "Ths •how bustneos today •• * bad of rum competed to llio o|.l days." **7* Harry Walton, Jr.. pop ular (KKiwOan. Wataon. with hla laughabls telephone booth skit an<l hla mssterpteoa of tha squaredcircle. I* at the Moor* theater this wsek tla la that type of entertainer that esperlsnoa dataa bark quite a faw years. Ila talka amusingly of hla travels with a email circus In tha early days "After tha evening show," aava Mr. Wetaon, "we would pack up aj»d ret started about t In tha morn In* for the nest plara. Arriving there at < a m It waa too late to go to bed, so we prepared tor tha next ahow. We ware ready for tha grand parade at 11, had dinner at S, after noon ahow at I. tea at I, evening ahow at I. and than after a clean-up and a bit of cupper at midnight you got the reet of tha day to yourself—■ untrae It waa a one-night eland. When we startsd off to the nest town with the same routine all over again, "Aa for being funny," he myn. "street parades quickly get rid of that self consciousness which la often one of the chief difficulties moreover, tha man who can get laugha In a down's dre M on a cold, windy day In a drsughty cirrus tent with a meagre audience, need have no fear of faring the most difficult or sophisticated critics." Charge Two Men Kidnaped Girl, 16 Accuse.! of kidnaping a 1€ year obi school girl and attempting to attack her, two men. Noel Iteers, 36. a driver, and Q. 11. Ilooos, 11, a mechanics were arrested In Volun teer park early Thursday. They are being bold In the city Jail. The girl was taken to the city hospital suf feting from nervous shock. METROPOLITAN AM. | MATINEE HI.KK S\TI ItllW JM. 11. UiltM rr»«#alt lit ■ N«»ir«l Tmil mt I fc« I I'HfM. X>M. Mr. 91. ttjm. n. mo Mat. »•«.. M», 91, IIJ*. D riM TO i WKKK lOMHKinXO NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT Mslla«*« aa4 Mlnrtajr • CAT I4tl TOMOIIfIOW JOHN GOLDEN tooeuue •sxt&trNm 'om*s A GHAT STAD IN A GBfAT PI AY ion WIS* *p% 3 t=3w§? WISE FOOLS AUSTIN STRONGS COMEPY TWIfW r On Previous Vlnit to Se attle It Made the Sensa tional Hit of the Year TRII Kli Klakla, «1. II.MI. Il aa* am*. «af. Mat, IIJ*. II aal'Mr ItANUAI* MAT. WHO* 91 "Hermancraft" TOP COATS Am th •> 7T(C Ideal Coata AUry. Jf for Kail and Witter. Jtl Ouarantaad 108% wn '> l rhevlot. Mad* iyTT" ft with convartlhla k/ll /A foliar, ral Ia n ffj l M alaavea with ruff, II /1 rroaa holt and alii II f'pockata I.ln»d r X I I throughout with I I " (aatln and IJ to walat. y T Bliea from II to \Hk 44. with your rholra of Na»y. lirown or H Uray. An "Honeat Unlit" roat. tail ored to your meaa- aon «»c ura If not In atock It wilt pay yaa ta are tkeae raata. Famplea of matrrlala mailed to out-of-town cuatomera on rvqueat jjfk* si* PIXR arnicßT Knight* of Columbus Evening School OHM Monday. Ortabar 1. 1123 Nfc*rt I'rat'llral lauraaa Abululflr Kraa ta All I!, ». Ki »"«l« M»a and W»u at lb. World War Kan-a,r«lra Riodrala Admlll,d I poo I'armrnt at Mudrral, Tultlaa Kaa AM. ARK WKI.COMK ftrhool Abaoluirlr Non-arrtarlan Auppllra Furnlahrd ••••ha ■«•••< far Haw* I'aa an l),peill • nklasta «11,r,«i Amounting IJualnraa Auto Mechanics Arllhmatlo liookkxriilnK Welding liualnma l>iihllc SpmUtna hngllsh Radio Talasraphy I Vnmanahlp Kaleamanahlp t ummrrrlal Typewriting Art Journal I am nKOIMTF.It NOW Offlrr Open Kraut 1 1a 10 P. M. Write. Phone or Cair Phone l.a.t *S»H IMA K. Morion Introducing Our New d&tf ECONOMY ~ Department Featuring jl jj\ Desirable Modish Dresses at a Price /) r That Truly Sprlls Xjgt Economy /SMIT I $15.75 fl TMt store is new—so in the stork. Every dree* L -L. here has been but recently and carefully selected. r £4] It is a most splendid assortment of Crepe, Satin, IMCC, Tricotine and Poiret-Twill Dresses. All \? /11Tro suitable for afternoon and street wear. Colors in (/I I JP S'avy and Black. Sizes to 40 only. 115.75. I twirh set r tfork arriting daily, ttw thotl toon bt aWe to after In fMs department suits an<t roaf i a* well at drrttet priced at tlS.li. 20 j? Specially CLOTH Price 7 COATS Most of these Coats are eilk lined at and interlined, with collar and cuffs of Beaverette Fur. Some are £ embroidered. H'ide sleeve effects. «p fl Colors: Brown, Raindeer, Savy. W Sizes 10 to id. W V A number of Sport Coats with opposum collars are also included in this lot '1207 Second Avenue I TO If ill JOII. | THIN ACTING tlalng a eharartar actor U »om«-' tlmaa tough. Clara nc* Burton ahavad hla mua- : <ncha. proud adammant of aavernl jraara. In ardor to taha tha part of j a bullflghtar in "Blood and tend." j Ota Uianaa ooval. now al tt» Strand. Whan ha arrived on Iha aat In roa tuma. howavar, IX rector FrtJ Nlblo derided ha wa« too heavy for tha part. A f»w mlnutaa latar Director Rollin IHurgMn rhow him for a part In You need spend no more but you should eliminate ALL doubts about your most essential food ■■A any thinking mother in • family uac milk about which ahe had doubt*? Borden'• Evaporated Milk it a milk which ia produced with utmost attention to both aafety and nutritive value. The covering of the cant of milk with clean clotha to exclude every particle of dust, while the milk is en route to the condensary—precautions such-aa special veterinary inspection of Borden herds—special care in han dling, throughout the evaporating process—final testing before the finished product is sent to your grocer—the sum total of these and other safeguards makes Borden's Evaporated Milk one on which you can always depend. Pure country milk with the cream left in Borden's Evaporated Milk is pure country milk—delicious for both coffee and cooking. It ia milk alone, with the excess water removed. It is sterilized and sealed in tight containers which assures you i of its abaolute purity. Your grocer wants to pleaae his customers, so he offers you Borden's at the usual price for standard brands, even though he sometimes pays more for it, himself. Get Borden's Evaporated Milk and elirriinate ALL your SSS-—THE BORDEN COMPANY Nairn «ba */ Btrdtu 1 £«//« trmd Mitt. Btr * rm '< NIM MtU **d Btrdn $ I THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1922, "North of tba Rio Qrand«.~ with a mu«t*ch». "And now." mourn* Burton, "for tha flrnt ttma in yaara I'll have to male* It *ut of crap* Jiairr THE WEARER OF THE FUND BUTTON MARKS HIMSELF AS A GOOD CITIZEN "The Faat Malt." tba WlUiaa tm vpeclal attraction. adapted InmTM roln 3. Carter"* rmloUra matte (Mf aucceaa of • feneration ago, I* MH to contain 111 hair-raMn« UrUfc.