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September 9, 1921

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T HEMONON pICTURESEALM ] (]RAIN 'Moon Madness" at Bell. Way back ill the ditu, rmnole day'~I oi ancienl l,Jgypt there, lllllSt h:lve I dlive an Egyptian princes'< who '"1 her present inearuatmn is Edith Sip rey, who plays the toad in "Moonf Madness.' lhe Robertson-('ole ~peciat,, wiih an all-star cast which will bead' the bill at the Bell ~heatre Friday and Saturday, September 16 and 17 A~ least so Miss Storey believes, for she is never happier than when she i> wearing the picturesque garments of a maid of the east and is in the rieil, luxurious atmosphere of that fabled lend. Indeed, Miss Storey has reason to say this, for she has won her greatest successes ill lllays ill whic.II she portrayed Ihe veiled beauty (,f the harem, as all screen fans will know when they recall "Aladdin From Broadway" and "'The Dnst l,t. Egypt." In "Moon Madness'" Miss Storey is once agMn ill her favoriie role agasnsl a background of Oriental splendor. and in a story .which allows her Io rise to extreme emotional heights Frank Mayo's Latest Picture. "Colorado." the latest photodrama starring Frank Mayo and announced as the next attraction at the Bell theatre Wednesday and Thursday, September 14 and 15, is taken from the successful stage play by Augustus Thomas which had such a long Broad- way run a few years ago. Pearl White Coming, Couuneueing Sunday, Pearl White, famous screen star, will be tile a~- tractioti at the Bell theatre in "Know Your Men," a William Fox picture that has met with unqualified size ces.~ wherever it has been shown. Guild Met With Mrs. Geddis. The Ladies" Guild of the Hol Trinity Episcopal chnrch were de- lightfully entertained by Mrs. A. H. Geddis Wednesday afternoon. The la- dies spent a social hour after the rex- ular business was transacted. Deli- CiOllS refreshments were served. Duncan Visits Oranbrook, w. E. Duncan made a flying visit to Cranbrook. B. C.. this week to look after business interests, tie said thai everything appeared to lie ltrosperout there. When asked if conditions there were better than here he repliied: aYes, money seems to be more plenti- ful there and people seem in easier circumstances." Mrs. Duncan ac~olu- panied him on the trip. .oooooooo.o LEGAL PUBLICATIONS .t. 4. ,b 4. 4, 4..t. .t..t. ~, 4. .~ NOTICE TO CREDY~0R~. In the Superior Cou~t nl Ihc Slate of \Vashington, in and r,~r tbe County of Whitman. In the matter of the es*a,e (4 :( tI. Hill, deceased. To all persons having claims against the above named estate: You are hereby notified that the nudersigned, C. L. Hill, has been ap- pointed and has qualified as adminis- trator of the above entitled estate. You are further notified and re- quired to make out your claim or FIRE LOSSES t EAVY THIS YEAR THE i iSH REJECT ] BRITISH PROPOSAL,] Pure Seed Wheat We urge our patrons to sow PURE SEED and will endeavor to Help them procure Pure Seed Wheat, WE WILL HAVE SOME Pure Je.kins 1ub LATER. THIS IS WHEAT RAISED FROM CERTI:PIED SEED We also have sonle exceptionally gee4 FORTY-FOLD Seed in sight, See us. [ARM[RS UNION OMPANY elahu,% properly verify tile same, and [ I I' I1' ,~:erve the sanle upon said adniinistra-i ............................... tor at his residence in Whitman eoun-I ty, Washington, or upon ~V. F. Mor-[ risen, one Of his attorneys of record. I at his office in the cilv of l)alonse, I Whitman county. "Wasilingt(m, andl file the same with the Clerk of tile above efititled Couri, togetiier with Hay, Grain, Coal and MilI Feeds on hand at all times. TELEPHONE 58. proof of such service, within six months after the date of the first publication of this nnt~ce, to-w!t, within six months after the 9th (lay of September, 1921, and If yon fail so to do your claim or claims will he for- ever barred. (,. L. HILL, 26-4 Administrator of said estate DANCE --AT-- itv Pavilio. Palouse, Washington ST[RLING fOUR OF MINNESOTA FRIDAY S[PT[MBER 9 J ZZ MUSI THE BEST Admission - - $1,10 Put a heating system itx your new home that will be an investment--that will pay dividends in comfort and convenience-- that will positively pay its own cost in the saving of fuel. The famoug patented Calori C installations are made from blue prints prepared lay , Caloric enlineer~ who have / llaS a proven record of saving ~ to ~ the had years of ufiequalled exl~ri- enee in pipeless heating. NO fuelover old system~, tte~tsallthe rooms ehargefor tht~ vitally important in buildings of 18 roomsor tess, through one i~rvtce. Send rough tketch of m floor plan~ today, register. An unequalled success in homes , in every state. Many in this community. The money-back guarantee of the manu- facturers, The Monitor Stove Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, and over 100,000 satis- / I "\ fled users,, protect you and back up your L t ~t iudgement in buying a CaloriC. ~_~----~-~.~ Now, before house-cleaning is the best ] ~ I time to put in a CaloriC. Quick installa- ] Ird~.',,.~ ~l ] tionin old homes or new. No plumb[nil [ i [ ~'~ I [ [ ~ [ nor alterations. And remember--you~ ,[it ,t i ' , gl " ' I ,I I , A,l ,_ II iia M, lll. el, ..... Peach Day Saturday The store that D U D L >; Y' Peach ~atu 300 boxes of fine Peaches. The price is Get yours Saturday. The finest you ever saw and the price is away down. Get yours Saturday. ~avet~ \,'OU I]lC)lt(~V Correcting yestercay .~e you're nil We offer you Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes at $40 to $60 We don't know of any better way to assure ou .of values. We have other makes at $22.00, $24 50 and u We call promise you that for the price you pay here get your full money's worth. III IIII _ li I II IIIIII BELL THE.ATRE C-O-M.I-N-G FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 AND 17 The Desert Girl Longed for Paris. H~,w Love ',.ed her there told in ..% iii FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 9 AND I0 ADOLPH ZUK~R PRESENTS MARGLI~RIT~ CI-ARK~ in A G r! Named Mary Two women figi~ting for one little girl. One. a rich aristocrat, who gave her birth. The other, ~mor iill Night--First Show 7:30, Admission 25e and 30c and humble, who gave her h)ve when a rascally father stole her from home. " A S" Also a Meek Sennett Comedy-- MOVIE F N Matinee Saturday at 2 p. m. Admission 15c and 2~c Sunday and Monday, Sept, 11' c'~ittiam PEARL WHITE drama of~ ~oman's ~ea~tness and strcn3tlb &r~e,I ~-,o,~ D~ Pa~l 7"[. ALS0 THE FOX LATEST NEW~ AND MUTT AND JEFF in "THE POLITICIANS Show at 7:30 P. M, Admission 20c and 30c WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, SEPT 14 Aft~) "'COLORADO" A GREAT ROMANTIC PICTURE STARRIN(] FRANK MAYO , i "(IO'Ol'udo" V~ag, a great stage play slid its e bigger as a picture. A vigorous, virile tIrama o big outdoors, with a tremendous mine scene. Also the Final Episode of 'The Diet, mud Q "THE HOUR OF RECKONING" And a Star Comedy, "tIEART~ AND FL01II~ Show at 7:30 p.m. Admission 20c aild