AT TXt2 CUALTO
tt-Ai dMj. anneal
ut cum v :
Utf aa -U La Lane." msh
Rttle and Lee vr so aasaaaed
that they ancaiai tha mm riaita
Juctler wna. arrayed la m hose
sod setia puttee, enatsts bar ta-
tnar on ta atago, catcaea ale plate
mm tatta to tha parfara-
e. E)M la voaad mi m Inr
Johaaln fans Jo Lyon.), mad
tt m Ue rteh aaafe alaaafiaiai at
the arnica which ataru tha Hot
of fun. mm Corawalt will rename
ar stellar career InManlMjr.
' - - --" O'BrlM Miaul).
taTlTW'-- Courtney la "CMttaa
;lfatna roltim la Tba Bnav
( DTnport )
I Bwlw Cluow o! Mil twice
of bill twice.
Jul Comedy '
Hit in Pictures
at the Colonial
y an actor, a musician , or an
I can appreciate the aaertflce
lav little Anne Cornwall, Unt-
t star. In order to play the
i Lucille ia "La La Lucille.'
jrtiBf Eddie Lyons and Lee
. who will be aaen at tha Co-
1 theatre next Tuesday and
Cornwall was In New
filtt lall she attended the
ynr theatre where "La I-a
m a musical comedy, was
fcg a healthy ran- 8he lm
Mr fell in lore with tha part
Kill and hoped some day she
1 at able to portray it on the
j. When she played with
For tha first time la tta history
a serial picture nas team produced
ay ram rum corporation, a co
earn with many world-taaraas pic
tures to tta credit. Patrons of tha
screen, aU of whom are aware of
tha excellence of tha photoplays
proaaoaa ay wiuiam fox, win as
interested in this announcement
because they realise that tha ex
perience and, achievements of Mr,
Fox well fit him for tha production
of aerial pictures, and they can look
forward with assurance to the
showing of something entirely nor
el In this line of film entertain
Tha new aerial la known as
"Bride U," and was filmed with
the cooperation of the United
States nary, which lent an entire
fleet to tha producer, for the par
pose of showing; the activities of
American warships in times of
This great serial will be shown
at tha Colonial theatre beginning
Film Shows How
. Uncle Sam's Men
Did their Work
ffmsomvazsu. spccbu. Arnmcnwi
THE PEDDLER OFLES"
Oeaaiae Pipe Organ
" TODAY LAST TIME 4
Frank Mayor, the Universal star,
depicts the role of an operative of
the United States Secret Service in
"Tha Peddler of Lies." his latest
Universal photodrama which wil
be shown Sunday at the Rlalto the
The star recently explained the
functions of the government man-
hunting agencies, as follows:
"The United Stataa Secret Service
is a department of the treasury,
commanded by the secretary of the
treasury and concerning itself prin
cipally with the running down of
counterfeiters. It is from this or
ganization that tha president's
body-guard is selected and men of
this service are always assigned to
accompany a visiting official from
another country. ; , v ,
"The department of Justice oper
ates another bureau of investiga
tion; an organization whose opera
tives run down enemies af the coun
try, violators of- inter-state and in
ter-national law and criminals who
have defrauded either this govern
ment or another. ,
"In addition to these two secret
organizations the treasury depart'
ment maintains a special agent. in
each important city to track smug
glers and those who have evaded
the payment of customs duty. The
postoffice department has inspect
ors who concern themselves with
mail frauds, thefts from the mails
and. the robbery or defalcation of
Falrbury, Neb., Sept. 25. Grass
hoppers were reported' to be dam
aging winter wheat in Nebraska.
Rev.' Cyrus Townsend
Brady'a story .
l lie xaiaiiu ui
Added Feature Two reel
Tha feature acts at aha CotomCa
Carver fat half of ba veek wfll
be iut i!'tm,ijX6k
John B. HyaMi wiota the latter act
and aswssBsd In amdvemg a play
that eehoaa all of tha trtvoUttsa and
poaaair a faw of tha foUles of jroatk
lrltnout baag sttty or lmposattiy
eaaggeratad. Tha pianat ewpwss
b lneidMit ia the Hvea of a number
of collage girts aad the author baa
had tha saod taste to mix comedy
aad drama m aa inddss that prob
ably has already occurred many
times la life. Fan en illy, tha
eh la based poa -The Tammg
of tha Shrew," tha latter persoasgs
in this ease ia a delightful young
a. There la a young snyav
cian whose disregard for tne nur
denizens of a certain town has be
come to them as a red nag to a
ball. Bettv Hastings oaa nay wag
ers some of her mends tnai ana
eu mmntl tha elasiva young doe-
tor to propose within a. vwry short
period of time aad tnaetcn elab
orates upon ner esof a wwca al
most meet with disaawua results.
Betty retires, teigningUlneaa and
summons tne pnyaiciaB. in n in
conceivably short time he "falls"
for her wiles and ptaposss to her.
Betty exulUng in her victory tells
the doctor the truth,' upon which
he determines to make her stick
to her pact The scene whicn fol
lows ia unconventional ana nuea
with manv humorous turns, urace
Dunbar Nile has tha part of Betty. I
Jack Wyatt, who has transplant
ed a bit of Scottish heather in the
soil of: American vaudeville, is an
authority upon everything Scottish
and has frequently been called upon
to explain the clan system which
he does verv clearly and ably. He
has collected some of the best of
Scotland's dancers and presents
them in an act which is a colorful
melange of things Scottish. Mr.
Wyatt was here last season with his
entertainers and their act went
very big. The sword dance alone
is a piece of work appreciated by
the people of every nationality out
particularly those of Scottish de
scent Wyatt himself I' a great
athletic fellow with a fine 'voice
and a good sense of humor. He can
at Palace Theatre
Featuring the variety bill at the
Palace tour days, starting Sunday
ia "Mrs. WelUngtoa's Bur-
a pleasant surprise . Com-
by Hubert Dyer, who
iv Baa Coyne, Ktvinc a
aahmdld aattMrJan of ahltttv with
oy w ausHion naa aw iiaa great-mytag wmga. The dpcnlty their
er impetus in a long time than that
given it by thla bright ttttte play of
George Kelly's. The cast of "Mrs.
Wellington's Surprise-' la
ttoaally good. Frederic :
aad pearl Bight appear respective
ly aa Mr. and Mrs. Wellington and
the two other principals tend them
excellent support. The niece la rol
licking good fan with bright Unas
and a new . hut nevertheless ex
tremely funny situation.
Steve Freda aad his snappy tur
tle guitar, in a melange of mirth,
melody and music, is tha hUUng
title of tha offering presented by
thia remarkably clever and talent-
ad young all-around entertainer.
Toath, personality, versatility and
ability in conjunction
mirth provoking comedy are
course of their
pecformaaea Is apparently lessened
of tha comedy element ant
they nevertheless present a nnm-
of anasuai feats, ;
aekwuud a Bash are two avlan-
did looklnx chana who camouflage
thaw youthful appearance by leap
ing to taa aenu-aenlie stage through
their ability of "making upas two
aaaeat rurautea in a quaintly
laughable skit which they present
under the caption of "Two Old
tun nf their uffelUUt taa
by: Mrr Lsckwood axe tha: tatio
-dnction of aa ratal soag siaMrt
hy .UK Rush, makaa taa aec auM
im u m oI tha most dahahtful.
eateirtaining and laughtngty amusM
hig Kta of vaudeville seen uuiw
thia season. Other acta oa tha tan
ara tad Dancing Humpnreys, atv
aentiht a whirlwind comedy terp-
sichoreaa oaovy; may nui w
-Stolen Kisaea." and tha usual lata
sinograms and topics of tha day.
s ioci isunif :
I AUEKICAN THEATRE
B TOD AT
1 HANK MANN
TOMORROW & MONDAT
IH ' '
: - MAN
A story of the primitive
vest with thrills, heart throbs
lad exciting adventure.
' CHARLES CHAPLIH
la his great laughing success
The picture of a
lUmate in daring stunts
1! aaks tjxscs oa
J SPARK'S Tsxi
ism ba-cs .
TWO SHOWS '
7:30 A5D 9:00
f'Tha King of tha
i i Jungles" ' -Only
- the tri-cities , ,
And four others acta
A comedy playlet by
George Kelly with
Pearl Hlght Jaan
' Barrett, Frederic
; And his snappy
' Assisted by Ben
Coyne in a laugh a
Lockwood & '
"Two Old Bats"
May & Hill
A whirlwind comedy
and Topics of
COMING -, .
JACI W1ATT A
EU SCOTCH LABS
Will sound tha pipes,
tap tha drama, dance
and nlng aa lis done
thia day la bonaie
ITB1TN WILLS Ia
"A Piano Qgertag"
CATO S. KEITH
CO. , ,
Tha Smoke Signal"
ss A fine western drama
Comedy and Interaa-
In. eighth episode of
H "Hidden Dangers"
Jimmy Aubrey ia 'Springtime'
j . . wauace coDurn
In a special western
i T t "ForbiSotyi Soil"
. ' BiUy Fraineyin -"The
The Lost City," No.
"Bath of the BaeUeft," Ifa. S
The SUmaUtiag Mrs. Barton'
A. ring flirtation
I Finn AVtMlK
I Perfect TcatflaO' j
25K F'Jth Avenaa
Continuous Till 10:30 p. m.
Country Store Night
An unusual drama of a rebel-
And a determined husband
SNUB POLLABD C0HKDT
"DRINK HEAKTT .
Show Starts at 1:30 p. m.
"The Man of the
EE Alao '
m -CHARLIE CHAPLIN
"Behind the Screen"
EE At 4t00 p. m. the Original aad
Es Oaly JPvaUee will eafMain
Es those present In seme at his
O Bodera Illusions.
tell a story and sing a song about
aa wall as any man in the business.
otaer standard acts -will flu out
the Mil at the Columbia and there
will be the usual kinograms aad
topics of the day.
For Trunks, Bags, Suitcases
Priced low for quick sale
$0 Wardrobe Trunk
Hartmann Cushion Open Top
SPECIAL MADE No such .
Trunk in the tri-cities at the
220 Brady St
si - IMS Twetfth Auaaaa
i NEAL HART
: ' i la
. A MA3PS CKEEB
SB And a Select Faatare, "Lore
ss in aBurry" . .
"CAKEEB OF0 KATHEEINE
EE BCSH v
ss A Paramount ArtcraftPicrare
SS . -. and
ss Andy aad Minintha "Gumps,"
ss "Andy Playa GoU" and
ss Gayety comedy, "Bride and
ss . Gloomy"
ss All star Cast' in
5 "FIVE N1QHTS"
EE And No. 3 of "The Woman in
a tZmm ililTO
Alao The Red Trail," adandy
THE BIG JAZZ
Prices 50c to 2.0
' "A Fugitive From
H ; Matrimony''
S ' ' " SUNDAY
ss Continuoua Show 1 to 11
U FRANK MAYO
1 "Peddler of Ues"
ss , One of tha thrilling acenea
ss from the powerful dramatisa
ss tion of tha big love story of
ss th year. A moat uauaual
ss pair of lovers a suspicions
ss young woman who calls the
aero "The Peddler of Uea,"
ss .but.finds that he deals la love
EE aa well.
sE CHARLIE CHAPLIN
ss - A clever comedy.
g EDDIE POLO
ss teir :.u: n..'f
; V cuuauuiB woaa
gv- No. 2 '
'THE WOMAN HE
1 Genuine Pipe Organ . Perfect Ventilation
Coniing Sunday For Four Days
- LAST TIMES TONIGHT, 7iM AND t:H
Homar Miles and Co. in "The Bough Neck" Tha'
Colour Gems"; Steve Frada; Lockwood and Rush;
May and Hill and the Dancing Humphreys. '
FOUR BATS STABtnrG TOMORROW
Special Augmented Vaudeville Bill
Jack Wyatt and His Scotch Lad and
KILTS AND TARTANS Hoot Mon:
A comedy . by
John B. Hymer
A breath of old
inagK oritur smrm-
seiHsn love -.-v
J Human IntanstStory
or the Picturesque
Shanty Boat People.
t flHt.T,w .urn. w --.in.- n
rsrmfii M SI isk III
U id "
unwani - a S
"BABE" RUTH, THE HOME . RUN
Camera ahowa hoaraa
dwring aa aotaaLgama
aad New TorkrTankeea.
of the two teama to
aotaUea ara ahowa.
Rath animrlomf BMashara Tl
m&K J. M
Also Snub Pollard Comedy and Literary Digest
TOITTQHT LAST TIMB TO SIX
THB AlXBICAir BBACTT
d ' '
"THE NOTORIOUS MISS LISLE"
. ' WITH AH ALL STAB CAST y , ,
la His Funniest Sowaai
CHUCK FULL OF LAUGHS
BRAT'S FTCTOGRAPH and WILL ROGER'S ILLITZRATl
THURSDAT, FRTBAT A5D SATURDAY
A PaB nPBPKT ARTCRAFT PICTUBB
. . kiso
- 'XL ST. JOHN
la Ha Latest Camety
"THE WINDOW TRIMMER
ALSO rAXHE JVtoJSXStLTS nCTOGRAPH
action. TmSpaakar and other 1
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