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Friday, December 20, 1022
Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 30-31
Novak in "The Bnowshoe Trail";
Ai st. John in "The City Chap";
Monday, Jan. I—Shirley Mason in
"The New Teacher"; Perils of the
Yukon" No. 12; Movie Chats.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. J
k Matt Moor<> in "The Jilt"; Cen-'
* tury comedy, "Hello Judge"; In
Thursday and Friday. Jan. I
Wesley Berry In "Raga to Riches";
Jack London's "White and Yel
low"; star comedy, "A Model
Marguerite De La Motte of "The I
Three Musketeers" and other Di
las Fairbanks films la Ihe leading
WOMB of "The .lilt," the Universal
attraction that will be shown al the
Liberty theatre on Tuesday and
"The .lilt" is an all star producl
of the five reel length, offering dra
matic roles tO several ol' the
Misi De I.a Motte an-,1 Ralph I
Graves of Griffith fame have the
leading roles. Man Moore plays a
balancing dramatic part and Harry
DeVerc and Eleanor Hancock are
older characters. Ben l tewli it of
■Broad Daylight" plays a minor
"The Jilt" was directed by Irving
Ctmminus, the Bcreen favorite who
• acting and became a director
ben he derided thai the histrionic
,'t dirt not have the Bcope of the di
ttetOrial. Some of his successes
lave been "Paid Hack," "Broad
L'ht." "Flesh and Blood."
"RAGS TO RICHES"
Freckled Wesley Barry, the phe
nomenal young actor featured in
"Rags to Riches," the Marry Rapt'
production sponsored by Warner
Brothers which comes to the Liberty
tp on Thursday and Friday as
the leading attraction of the bill,
hi discovered that acting for the
silver screen Is Tint a bed of ro i
■ -hf j ca •■>• thine it is commonly
supposed to be.
In one of tho scenes of "Rnu;s to
SHOW STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7:00 O'CLOCK
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Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 30-31
Matinee Each Day at 2 and 4 o'Clock Two Complete Shows
Evening Complete Shows — Starting at 7:00 and 0:00
Matinee Prices: 10c and 25c Evening Prices: 10c and 35c
The Snowshoe Trail
Acclaimed by public mandate the greatest success of her career. Pack
up and go adventuring in the trackless wastes of the Cn-at North with
AI- T a ci- beautiful .lane Novak— snow-capped mountains and through hub
n ITI "11 in;; blizzards—to the most thrilling experience a young woman ever en
i Real I hrill countered.
Kii'h' s." Wes i n
" and n i . ,
le > ''"'"I the prospect of w<
Pin. with perf,
"I reckoned i was hired to act
»» to 1;" l' thisdurn wood!" he an
gr iy oxclaimod. VA-nybbdi kin do
"ns sort of work!- And while ho
plained the camera clicked and
macle this little episode a part of
"THE NEW TEACH
Shirley Mason, the popular Will
iam Fox star, cornea to the Liberty
theatre In "The New Teach Mon
day next. No Production in which
this dainty star has been .-,.„ ap
proaches in point of beauty and de
tail the new charming .story selected
for her by Mr. Fox. The picture is
from Dorothy Yost's tale, "The Lit
tle Alien," and the scenario is also
the work of the author
In "The Xew Teacher" Miss Ma
80n appears as a young society girl
who Urea of social life. Shi yearns
'" do something for her poorer fel
low beings. When the family suf
fer a financial reverse she accepts a
Position as a teacher in one of the
public schools located in the slums
of New York. Her sweetheart finds
her and in order to protect her be
comes a policeman. After she has
accomplished many praiseworthy
nets, he Induces her to resume her
former status, and the picture ends
by their being married.
An excellent cast, which includes
Alan Forrest, Earl Metcalfe and Pat
Moore, the child actor who is rapid
ly forging to the front ranks of star
dom, support .Miss Mason In her lat
"Till: SNOW-SHOE TRAIL"
Tons of ice-clogged water weep
ing furiously over jagged rocks; a
man and a girl caught in the surging
onrush of the river; their skin cut
and bruised by contact with ice and
rocks; heir bodies numbed rom the
excrutiating cold; fighting with a
courage borne of desperation against
the merciless tide that swept them
gradually toward the brink of a
mighty fall —that, in brief —forms
one of the stirring climaxes of "The
Snow-Shoe Trail," .lane Novak's lat
est starring vehicle scheduled for ex
hibition at the Liberty theatre Sat
urday and Sunday.
Beautiful! delicately charming
Jane Novak and rugged Roy Stewart
risked their lives repeatedly in the
and the grace
OH VM» IMtOKH \M
Thursday, n Ida;
The Top of \ew . ; Kdu-
Sunday and Mon ■
Ethi I I i}. .
tense"; Pathe coi
News; Pathi I
Huesdu) mil \\
Woman ; Pathe < tthe
Pi i tie Review
Thursday, Fridaj and
"ALWAYS Till! WOMAN
' ' the
Grand t] . .
: ihe three pro I
'Thi L i] three for ■
Idwyn, t 111,u en
director, cann tants.
i'l" nd arranged for
! 3 ('ompson looked ovi
directorial ; efully I ■
she had known of his work for a
iderable i ime and had
sidy" for Ti i "Headin' South"
l":- ! >ougla Fairbanks, ' Polly ol Ihe
' Storm Count rj'' tor M ildred I [arris,
"Sana ra ' tor Louise < llauni and i
duel ry Plckford and the
"F h Not," thi Mcl
ture which cornea to the Grand
c on Thursday, Friday and
unlay, reproduces with greui fidelity
i he life story of Iwo foundlin
In the orph ■ here her moth
ler had lefl hei a i a baby, Ann
I don had found one congenial soul
Mil IM I I.M |\ Mil! Vl.li
another foundling named Jimmy,
liut one day there comes ii rich wor
n♦'" who chooses Jimmy for adoption
and Ann is left alone. The other
children eventually find homes hut
no one wants the little girl with a
crippled leg. A street musician takos
pity on her and she goes to share
his meagre one-room home. Thus
the paths of the two childhood sweet
hearts diverge hut through the Ions;
years Ann carries the memory of
Jimmy and from it draws Inspiration
and courage in her Btrugglo to be
come a successful violinist.
II i- a story of faith and love and
yearning for happiness that is thor
oughly human from beginning to end.
-Till-: I'M- or \i.\v voitK"
It's "Topßy-Turvj Land." anil Hol
lywood Home of Motion Pictures.
For instance. May McAvoy and her
Paramount company for weeks re
ligiously ate their ■'lunch at one
a. m. 1'
II so happened thai a great ma
jority of dramatic New York roof-top
scenes in The Top of New York,"
which opens at the Grand theatre
Thursday for three days, transpire
at night. So it was necessary to
work all night.
Hut these night scenes are very
effective, particularly a realistic bliz
zard In which Pat Moore, playing
the crippled brother of (lie heroine,
Is almost overcome.
Of especial interest to children
will be a wonderful scene showing
the Interior of a huge toy depart
ment at Christmas time, featuring a
bit: doll house from which .Miss Me
Vvoy appears as an animated doll.
•attended by several little boys
dressed as tin soldiers.
"I'Olt Till: DKKKXSK"
What is an Ouled-Nall?
Paul Powell, director of Ethel
Clayton's new Paramount picture.
"For the Defense." which will be
shown at the Grand theatre next Sun
day and Monday, knew and put his
knowledge to practical use in prepar
ing a prop ring hal plays an impor
tant part in the picture. This ring
is worn by Bertram Grassby, who
appears as an Oriental physician and
hypnotist— the villain of ihe piece.
Searching for a ring that would
he absolutely distinctive, Mr. Powell
recalled the Ouled-Nall and decided
that one of these should form the
ring. No, it isn't a nail. And ii isn't
pronounced that way. but like the
river Nile. Two little dots over the
"i" do the trick.
The Ouled-Nall are dancing girls
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 28-29-30
Matinee: l-'rldny, 3:00 to 3:15 Matinee: Saturday, 1:30 to 5:15
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JESSE LLASKY PRESENTS 1 ,
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yil &i HE FOP OF
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drama of thi I temp
otH^ I li;iiritv M;iy .Mr
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who come up to Alexandria and oth
er cities from the African littoral to
cam their IlvUhood. When they
have acquired enough golden s<>
ji|ii(>iis to make a ensque reaching to
[their waists, they go back to Zlban
| iintl marry a Sheik.
Air. Powell figured this would be
a good idea tor tin- ring ami had it
made to order for the picture! So
j win- n you sco a close-up of the ring
[<»n the hand of the villain in ••For
I thi> Defense" you'll know what an
Oulcd-Xall looks like.
XOTICK OK i!i:\i;i\(. KIXAL HE
POUT AMI I'KTITION | m;
l:i the Superior Court of (he Stato of
Washington, In and tor the
County of Whitman;
In the Mattel of the Estate of Ma
tilda Walter, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given thai I>. V.
Staley, the administrator of the es
tate of Matilda Walter, deceased, has
filed In the office ol the clerk of Bald
court his final report as such admin- I
Istrator, together with his petition
for distribution of said estate, ask
ing the court to settle said report,
I distribute the property to the heirs
or persona entitled to the same, and
discharge said administrator, and
thai Friday, th" sth day of .January,
1 !'23, at 10:0o o'clock a. m.. at the
court room of our lid Superior
Court, in the cltj of Colfax, In said
Whitman county, has been duly fixed
i>y said Superior Court for the hear
ing and settlement of said final re
port and petition for distribution! at
which lime and place any person In
terested in said estate may appear
and file objections thereto and con
test the same.
Witness, the lion. H. 1.. McCros
key, jud;;e of said Superior Court,
and the seal of said Court affixed
this ht day of December, li'L'L'.
JOHN 11. .- X W.MAN,
( seal i ) Clerk of Said Court.
By Cecil C, Ptielps.
SIMMONS 1 OK PUIILICATION
111 the Justice court Before \\ m. M.
Porter, .lust ice of the Peace in
and lor Precincts 11, .'. 1 . HI and
72, Whitman County. Washing
George Nicholas, P.. F. Nicholas and
[Catherine Jacobs, copartners,
doing business under the firm
name of Nicholas Brothers Com
pany, Plaint ill.-, vs. Ed Adams,
I lefeiidalll .
Stale of Washington, County of
Win! man, :-s.
To Kd Adams. Defendant.
In the name of the State of Wash
ington; you are hereby notified that
lloorge Nicholas, P.. F. Nicholas and
KatherhiG Jacobs, copartners, doing
business under the name of Nicholas
Brothers Company, have tiled a com
plaint against you in said court which
will come nn to he heard at my offloo
in Pullman, Whitman County, tftato
of Washington, on the i:uh day ot
January, 1922; at the hour of 11:00
a m,. and mil. you appear ami
then ami there answer, the samo will
bo taken an confessed and the de
mand of the plaintiff granted. The
Object and demand of said complaint
a in recover the sum of jo'.i.tfo with
Interest thereon at the rate of six per
cent per annum (rmn November 10,
1922, with costs nd disbursements,
Bald amount being duo for Roods,
wares and merchandise sold and de
livered by plaintiffs.
Complaint tiled December 14,
VVM. M. PORTER,
.i ii ice of the IVuro.
M S. Jamnr,
Attorney tor Plaintiffs,
dec22janl2 Pullman, Wash.
NOTICK OK APPOINTMENT AM)
NOTICE TO C7KKMTORB
Estate of William ii Nolin, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed ex
ecutrix of the will and of the estate
of William 11. Nolln, deceased, and
has qualified as such executrix.
Notice is also given to all persons
[holding claims against sail] deceased,
to serve a verified statement of their
claim upon me or upon Nell! & San-
Bor, my attorneys of record, at Pull
man; Whitman county, Washington,
and file the same, (together with
proof of such service, with ihe clerk
of the superior com ! of Whitman
county :tt Colfux, Washington, with
in six months alter (he (late of the
first publication of this notice or he
Date of first publication, I lecem
ber 15, l!"2'J,
ALICE M. NOLIN,
tlocl '.laii". Executrix.
Notice ot the Annual Mooting <>t the
Stockholders of Id.- First National
Hank of Pullman, Wash.
Notice la hereby given thai the
regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Firs! National Hank
"i Pullman, Washington; will be held
at 2:00 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday,
January D, 1923, for the. purpose of
electing officers and transacting any
other business which may properly
come before said meeting.
P. C. FORREST,
<lee 1:, -'■' Secretary.
MRS. G. ALLEN
\ van&frr Phone 402
511 McKENZIE ST.
I". till- Tiiir«>