The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, August 15, 1919, Page 7, Image 7

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22nd, inclusive
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(aUk at that) right in hia annal Many mea and womea ave not aaan at tli
aoma grsat atonn of lift coma» aloag. Tha taat awakaa in Jthair hearta a
tiiay little knaw slept there.
Coma and aaa thÜa charming cou
ina what you would bava dona undar aoeastrang» cireumatances. 5 raaia.
“WHOSE LITTLE WIFE ARE YOU”
A Maât S C o m e d j r —2 reel».
“Pathe New»”—Educational— 1 reel
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17
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-THE PEST”
Mabel Nermand
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Miatrcaa at Mirth
Funnier than “ Sis Hopkina.” A cyclone of ThrOla. A do
nmph of tha girl who waa always in tha way. She wears o
a dog, kids a now, ropoa a rooatar, makes love, wins love
goat gets her goat whan aha tantaliaaa him. What would
aad suddenly found yourself heiress to a million ?
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MONDAY, AUGUST IS
a impersonation o f a wealthy printer by an ax-convict, who is the
a ft. Hatton, tha ex-eolMct, tries to go straight Ha looks enough
to be his double—(specially without his board. Tha story daaU
mo tha imposter aad his “w if*,” really the widow of the dead man.
t shows two distinct characterisation#—the acting is so realistic
a that many parsons cannot bo persuaded that Julian portrays
suspense from the opening seene to the Inst Thera is forward ac-
h, building to a Mg cHmaar A smashing, Using drama of ths
-JAZZ MONKEY”
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 19
Monday's program wi
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 90
-SUCH A LITTLE PIRATE*
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Youthful and Beautiful
see captain grandfather who spins Wild yarns of buccaneer days.
I m ’ s become a regular old-fashioned pirate, hunting hidden
gang who would frees# tha tongue h i your month! Talk about
i soma dynamo! Dds is a regular old-style pirate yarn, but
right in tha asm o f it. Thorn’s a villian called Bad-Eye who
ring wharo the treasure is—but seeing that the map Is tatooed
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A serial fpll of red-blooded action
youth from reading thd "Yellow Back.” 2 reals
THURSDAY, AUGUST 91
-THE TIGER MAN”
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Featuring
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WUH m » S. Hart
Thh is a remarkable story of the W est Hawk Parsons, s bandit chief, widely known as
"The Tiger Man,” because of his ferocity and cruelty, htrks on the borders of a desert hi
search of prey. A wagon train is baited owing to the Inch of water, and the emigrant*
suffer great privations. Among these is Both Ingram, wife of a minister of the gospel,
who volunteers to go in search of aid. She encounters "The Tiger Man" who after hear­
ing her story goes to tha relief of thh imperilled emigrants. The party is attacked by
Indiana and they are driven away under the leadership of Hawk Phrsons. Hawk con­
ceives an infatuation for Ruth and ha carries her away with him to his cabin la a secret
recess in ths desert. She attempts to -slay herself, than swoons. This is the beginning of
the "Tigefc Man’s regeneration. He subsequently escorts her to bar husband, and then
gives himself up to the oAcers of the law a « condition that they be permitted to hold
their religious ssrvfcsa unmolested. Tha picture is one of intense thrills, strong situations,
and the highest dramatic interest. A typical “ Bill Hart picture.” S reels.
-BURTON HOLMES TRAVELOGUE”
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 99