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The Spokane woman. [volume] (Spokane, Wash.) 1921-1935, October 14, 1926, Image 13

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Thursday, October 14, 1926
Will Maylon and Ruth
Hill Star in “Squaw
Probably no more appropriate choice
of vehicle could be selected for Will
Maylon than the classic western role
of “The Squaw Man,” which has been
announced for the Maylon Players,
opening at the Auditorium theater
Will Maylon and Miss Ruth Hill
will have the leading roles in the new
Jim Carson, in the story, who really
is James Wynnetate, member of a
noted British army troop, takes the
blame for a shortage in regiment
funds, and shows up next as a ranch
owner in the West, when that por
tion of the portion of the United
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Wonderful showing of
Metal and Satin combi
nations in all the bright
popular colors.
A Beautiful Line
of New
Nance Millinery
South 3 Howard
827 Riverside
AL’S HERE! Olld Soak Comes to Clemmer
A tribute to the directorial genius of Edward Sloman, and the acting talent
of Jean Hersholt was paid to them by members of the Hollywood film colony
and the Los Angeles press shortly before the general release of “The Old
Soak,” the Universal-Jewel production which will be shown here at the Clem
mer theatre Saturday. : ) ' ; i
States was young. The many acts of
kindness and sacrifice on the part of
a squaw of the Ute tribe, results in his
choosing her as his wife. Later, when
the real thief confesses and the young
Englishwoman, a former sweetheart of
Carson, seeks him out, the choice of
the two women creates one of the
most dramatic scenes of the Ameri
can stage.
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Opening Sunday
Classic of the Old
West with
Closing Saturday
A Steiiar Comedy-
Sun.,, Wed.,, Sat
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Leading members of the picture col
ony, and virtually all of the motion
picture magazine and newspaper writ
ers and critics of Los Angeles turned
out to see a pre-release showing of the
picture at the Writer's Club of Holly-
wood shortly after the picture was fin
Both Hersholt and Sloman are re
garded by the film colony as two of
the most earnest and gifted artists of
the screen, and the showing of their
first picture together was welcomed.
Sloman’s remarkable production,
“His People,” was pronounced one of
the finest photoplays of last year.
The most expensive fur coat ever
exhibited on the American stage will
be a part of the show at the Liberty
theater next week when the furriers
of Spokane will hold their first annual
fur style show. The coat de luxe will
be made of matched sable skins with
diamond clasps and buttons. The lin
ing of the coat will display large red
poppies, the center of each flower
studded with a diamond. Vaults at
the Fidelity State Bank have been se
cured to hold the coats when not on
actual display in the theater, so valu
able is the display considered.
Ten beautiful models will wear the
Republican Candidate
+ For
Mrs. J. M. McLean is chairman of
the parliamentary law class of the Spo
kane Woman's Club, which will meet
at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow in the club cot
tage. Mrs. A. P, Fassett will lead the
study, with Mrs. J. O. Ecker acting as
president for the day. Mrs. W. Coyle
Campbell will be secretary and Mrs.
May F. Smith treasurer. Discussion
topics will be “Should the Women's
Club Build a New Club-House” and
“How to Become a Qualified Voter.”
Mrs. R, 1. Perry and Mrs. 1. W. Baker
will lead discussions.
The Gordon Chapter of the Daugh
ters of the British Empire met on
Friday at the home of Mrs. J. W. With
ers, 317 Carlisle avenue. Mrs. Thomas
Tulloch, regent of the chapter, pre
sided. “The effect of prohibition in
America on the British Empire” was
the topic of the day, bringing out a
discussion of the need of new liquor
laws in England.
“To buy roses or not to buy roses"”
~shall a man spend money extrava
gantly to please his wife? An interest
ing little discussion has followed the
article recently published in this pa
per, which described the reactions of
a wife whose husband surprised her
with five dozen roses at a time when
her budget had made no provision for
such luxurious gifts.
“That wasn't because he is a poet
that's the way all normal men act!”
said Anita Pettibone last week, and
now from another source comes a let
ter with still another point of view.
“l enjoyed your article and was cer
tainly interested in the splendid pic
tures of the mother and baby. 1 had
to laugh at the incident of the five
dozen roses for it is so typical
“And yet, looking at it in another
light, 1 have thought this; you read
letter after letter in the lovelorn col
umns of newspapers from saddened
and disillusioned wives who say, ‘Be
fore we were married John used to be
so attentive, and now he never sends
me roses'—And when there is a man
who really spends money for such
things of course he is all wrong! This
is a crazy world, 1 say; those that
have the money never think of spend
ing it in that way, and when one man
fairly bubbles over with romance, of
course he should have saved the
money."-—Joy Blair.
coats on the Liberty stage. They will
be ladies of the court to King Boris,
who will rule over the show. His iden
tity will remain a state secret,
The feature picture is Richard
Barthelmess in “The Amateur Gentle
man,” introducing Barnabas Beverly
Barty, a determined youth with a
worthy ambition to become a gentle
man. The picture is called a profes
sional masterpiece. It is adapted
from the story of Jeffery Farnol.
Lingerie Show
Jfor Clemmer
A lingerie show with living models
will be conducted all next week at the
Clemmer. The show is worked in con
junction with the Culbertson store.
Public Stenographic
Offices—Notary Public
Planotype Fac-Simile
Typewritten Letters,
Mailing Service
Davenport Hotel, M. 2121
212-214 E.'l'. Bldg.,
. Main 5754
Spokane, Wash. Ba.m.toll p. m.

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