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tfOR THE FILM FAN'S SCRAPffOOK
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"MAUI" AN1 "DOUG"
ll'c ict'H &e pfaif 'e publish the picturci of such screen pUtiirr as ate
suggested by the fans
THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTER-BOX
Br HENRY M. NEEI.Y
tureg of my friend Swmie, Theda Barn,
Charles 11. and l'ela Negri) and tell
inn Theda D.'s address. Aim could you
tell me who in tha littlest actress? I
mean woman, net a child, and hew tall
la she? I had a bet en the subject.
"One mere tblm, tell me a couple e(
geed pictures you have seen lately and
I will watch for them and go bee them,
for I think our taste Is somewhat
(That's what I cull a geed, square
letter. It isn't everybody who will ad
mit that some one else's argument has
changed his opinion. I think Mar
guerite Clark is the smallest movie
actress. She Is four feet ten. May
McAvoy Is four feet eleven. The best
pictures I have seen lately ere "One
Glorious Day," with Will Rogers;
"Meran of the Lady Lctty," "Tefable
David" and "The Ruling Passion,"
with Geerge Ailiss. "Meran" isn't as
geed, as the ethers, but you ought te
see It, for it shows both Rodelph Val Val
entieo and Dorethy Dalten In parts
entirely different from tbclr past ones.
Address Theda Barn care of Charles
Rrabln, 500 West End avenue, New
Yerk. I like Pela Negri in her recent
stuff, but "The Last Payment" and
I "Intrigue" and several ethers we have
i seen lately are old ones, just brought
i ever here te take commercial advantage
of her popularity, nud they de net by
any means show her at her best. Mrs.
Hart's mnldeu name was Winifred
i "Cap" writes: "I cannot -lefinln
from commenting en the delightful
foelishnesses which appear almost dally
t in the Mevie Fans' Lettcr Bex. I have
ja ctew te pick with ou, however, but
am almost at n total less te find words
In which te express the mental distress
which has been occasioned bv the per
sistence of my secretary In placing be
lore me these evidences of Jekjll and
1 Hde aberrations.
"Yeu well remember hew we sailed
(lie Seven Seas together tcveral decades
since. Hen, Ole Tep, you arc the gay
deceiver ever. Pique and envv possess
my t-eul when I contemplate the heights
from which you have lallen; and, tin
"Tha Werain Me Walked Alene."
Funny. Isn't it?
Cecil B. De Mllle was en the LasVy
t?4 f?&.? "S0" J,me the ether day. Mr.
De Mllle has been quite ill for soma
time. He was stricken, suddenly with
22.11""$ l Inflammatory rheumatism
?-t JL. i " Fu.re,Rean .tr,P "! "ad te
inkSi hl! bd' rfteHni was especial
ly difficult for him, ns ha had te be
moved from beat te train en a atrctcher.
It Is expected that he will begin the
production of "Manslaughter," in which
Lcatrlce Jey and Themas Melgban will
be featured, within a few weeks.
Max Llnder expects te epend his va
cation in France, hi native land, di
rectly he finishes his burlesque en "The
Three Musketeers." The beauteous Bull
Mentana portrays Cardinal Richelieu.
Although the picture was made by an
English film corporation four or five
years age, with the author's Ren In a
principal part, Geldwjn will send an
entire company te Londen, in order that
the director may obtain the proper at
mosphere. And be it said that Mr.
Tourneur is considered one of the great
est experts in the business en foreign
Had luncheon today at the "Wi Iters'
Club. This is always an event in mv
life, for I come away feeling that the
movies really are improving, that there
are brains and wonderful personalities
connected with the Industry, and that
there is geed feed in Hollywood.
There is a growing tendency en the
part of producers of mammoth pictures
te insure the authenticity of the tech
nical detail. Jehn Howells, who was
for many years a servant in the houses
of Britain's nobility, was employed by
Mary Pickford during the making of
"Little Lord Fnuntlerey" te ,see that
every costume and custom was accurate.
Later IIewclli was en Deugla3 Fair
banks' paxell during the production of
"The Three Musketeers" and en Rex In
gram's for "The Prisoner of Zenda"
for the same reason. Anether man who
makes Ibis work a livelihood is Edward
Reinach. a helper of Eric von Strehclm
during the making of "Foolish Wives."
Tile public is becoming mere and mere
ciitlcal of pictures, and a terrible storm
of protesting letters hits the studies
when nn anachronism is discovered.
By J. P. MeEvey
Sylvester Hene and His Friends
XSCR upA a time, deaf children,
v there was a grocery liorse namcu
Sylvester who used te pull a comical
Httle wagon full of comical groceries up
and down comical little streets full of
comical little people who had no Idea
bow comical they were. (Johnny, get ett
It happened that Sylvester was room reom roem
lng in a stable with some horse friends
of his, and one evening they were dis
"I'm sick and tired of it," said Syl
vester. "Every day new for years I
have pulled around the same clutter of
silly asparagus, and dumbell heads of
lettuce and cabbage, and large goofy
quantities of canned oysters, artichokes,
lima beans and laundry soap. I wish I
had a job like yours," and he turned
envious eyes te Herace Herse, for it
was Indeed he.
T GUESS you think I've get a
1 cinch,"' replied Herace Herse
wearily, "but If .ou worked for n. florist
two months you'd get se tired of smell
ing roses and lilies you'd want te kick
the next rose you Baw square en the
calyx. Thai's se technical," he added
At this Geerge Herse and his wife,
Mrs. Geerge Herse, who worked for a
building contractor, snorted in unison.
Thev had a very fetching unUen snort
which they had practiced throughout
their ten years' of matrlal life. They
could keep in practice, you sec, because
when there nic no ethers te snort at
thev could always snort at each ether.
Anyway, they snorted in derision
dcrlshely, and then Geerge Herse said,
"You've get a nerve te complain about
pulling a few dinky roses and lilies
around. Suppose you had te drag a few
tens of paving brick up and down all
"Or steel girders," added Mrs.
"Or crushed rock." sneered Geerge
Herse. And then they both snorted in
"FJON'T talk," cried Dapper Dan,
JlJ whn nuiil in 1i t-noeherse but
was new pulling nn ice wagon. "Loek
wiiiii was once and tnc luxuries x uacu
t0 have and new leek at me!"
'I have,amall sympathy for you,1'
vvurge nerse. ijeh mu i i
pertunities you had, and what did you
ffnalra at a . n a j A..1
'Wall Ak--..- . t 1.1 TV.mm.
unn. tift i.a t.i. . Mi..si ttf nf hi
ui uq UIL II IIICVO VUI V Mn
manger and chewed It bitterly. "And
then after they made me what I am
today they threw me out."
"V 11..AI- . I1L l
. , "," ."let B inc W.v Willi men,
added Sylvester Herse. "And thev are
u.,jh complaining hew tncy worn iikc
a horse. Humph! I haven't had a vaca-
MnH In . ..a..
mi years, wave your'
-t uuucicu nil llic iiuieca, :
ccpt one named Secrates, an educated
horse who used te perform in a circus.
, .had a vacation once," said he. "but
It 1sr leng.nnd curious story. Would
vnii Til... a. tint
i,BB " near lit '
eure," cried all the horses.
All lffYif flten rAmrtfmiit amamImw '
said Secrates. "We'll nil meet here
again Biicr supper."
n And that's all for tonight, children.
Gwan te bed.
Te Talk of Art and the Fair
"Art and the Sesqul-Ccntennlal"
will be the theme of an address by An
drew Wright Crawford before the So
ciety of the Little Gardens tonight
The meeting will be held In the Little
Theatre, Seventeenth and De Lancev
letter K D F I prints, replaced the letter and giaap-i"' ou forthwith dWIIusmn the fans
't i; 'e next one. Their police force. bvn honest confession. I shall be
I just could net methedfl e tiain,ns, jujutsu, etc.. are , fWlged te send te your boss the only
B. II. J. wiltes: "1 never did mean of a small mechanism. smMi" a letter,
te write you, but the
AtM i at : iintrtn1
WW M.XJU2 ad CJ U 11 CVALAVA M. JUJV vuia , 1 a.Ia C danivklHr IIIIIKKll AIA n tf .
blip telling said person her letter would interesting I beliexe this apples should , IencbS of yourself which I believe ou
i. l .- i-,i -j i WM.e k n.a,i t,n oil ran. wiifit thi.iL- ever hnd the nerve te nep for. and
SMSr lT;;r.n Vae'n'tlfie iA ' te.,?"' ?hich you intrusted te me following the
! tilptnres and hnvs vet te fcce him at.
the wheel of a machine. It comes with (1 think I'll leave li te the fau te
rather peer taste, considering he has,
for the last two years, commanded a
salary permitting him the owning of n
car. 'Catty' Is putting it mi!dl
"I am a victim only in that he is n
very young man of fercipi birth who
&ss a pleasing smile and alluring eyes.
"I de se enjoy your pae. Hew I
should like te see another geed picture
tft1 favii.!la Allpn Tprri'. nnil
Valentine co-stars, in which they might ' ell"-'r argument.
ee allowed te de their best uniiampcreu
by little jealousies.
Snmean disaster in 18S5.
"I am driven te this because I have
ssi utiBt thev think nbeut the news ' just discovered that "the hours nhe
reel and about the ether views ou' spends" daily in worshiping the word
state se emphatlcallv. Yeu and 1 pictures which you pulnt of the famous
could get into a nice argument, couldn't mevle'stars have little or no interest for
kb1 (Jnlr snrinff s remlnr nnc I'm . '.v wcreiary , Dut wnac rcauy uees
net in a sufficiently bad humor te de the
matter justice today. As te your de
scription of me. I might ndmit that
jeu're right In one thing that I'm a
gentleman only that might tart an-
"Please, when his turn comes aga.n. 'Ud 1! "Vl Jl m-I
absorb her time nnd attention, te the
exclusion of the business of my office,
is the form of here worship occasioned
bv the deceitful ren pictures which ou
cientc of ,eurself.
A word te the wise Is sufficient."'
i Gesh '. Have you get one of taese old
pictures.' ter goodness sake, den t
Mint a picture of Valentine which shows i snd attempt at your most interesting I show it te your secretary or you'll dis
Ms face animated and net Jn repose. I column. I sure de enjoy reading it. I illusion her entirely. And why no
' mv motion pictures ns I de my ". wi "; "r jjuiict uum rauie eui 01 me invaier.y 01 .1
' unfertunatelv, vett must viewlone night I ceuldn t get it nnd just ' name? leu must be one of f
,11 ehanccd upon your wonderful, Interest- who went through that fuss wli
home time age 1 wrote you about
lth me )
IVrntW Tt t,trla ftl.ltlTK Wnlten
Universal City, Calif. ;LlllianGIh. care net liking Nazlmeva in 'Camlllc,' and
t w r.r-.Kth 1 .nnvnrrr Hulldlne. , also stated I didn't approve of ferelen-
Times Square, New Yerk, and Gladys ers for actors and actresses, but your
Leslie. 1252 East Twenty-sixth street, 1 1
answer. I must say, convinced me you
were rignt. However, last nlg&t I had
te laugh when I read the little piece I '
think written by 'Lee' knocking me en
the subject. He said that I had said
I didn't like foreigners for actors and
actresses, and then said I like Sessue.
You're right, Lee: I did say that, but'
veu misunaerstoea me. i meant this
DAVID POtVELL IS
TO PLAY IN
By CONSTANCE PALMER
DAVID POWELL has arrived fieui
Londen te play the leading part
jMAPSai HJ if" TilW raPP II WSJH & T-gnnll.,iii,inTnHTvO(3ja
p-samniitiiiiMniiiiinauiagw?jasll.gt jln; ygrvvi'n"llll"llll'llltiitjt
qfl AW'$ ,7, Walnut Street W
I (eWfK' (y Showing New '
I uf The Fash flees i
I ' for I
j Spriinig amd Summer I
I Smart iatts 1
I Sweitalble Fer AM Occasoeinis
Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Fwlce" writes: "I sm another
rookie' te veur worthy column. 1 have
followed it every day, but hare never
written te it before. I am writing te
see hew my opinions differ from these
"First (please den t unload a ten of
hikni 1 hplieve 'The Four Herse
men' is no greater a picture than the
an appeal. It is a "lUe aDeve rncui-, ,lke Chnrlc, RayV T de Djd . Tbe n,im(, of Dorethy Dalten's tur
ecre, mamiy aue w P mrU-beiteM rPnt fcnturc PIcture hnM bcen changed
real was net te goea, x am urr mm;
I didn't approve of them, et I had seen PP9lt Gleria Swanson in "The Gild
Sessuc and liked bim. Mr. N.'s an- ,ed Cage," production of which has just
swer te me really made me change my begun Walter Hlera, Charles A Ste-
no Cornwall are in the
uiiini uu lue buujeui. be mere teh nm i a -
lms nhnwn nere several ...r. .' ... , : r. vensen auu au
...., - .ui. .. iHu iui ieii mn wnnr tpna
. A ar pictures always mai.e w n.rta ... mn,,i, nm, n casr.
than n ett- of veur readers have net
expressfid this view almplv because of i
the vast advertisement the picture re
ceived. "Willie Hart had better quit while
tfie quitting is geed. He is one of my
favorites, but his last pictures, 'White i
Oak,' and 'Travelln On' remind me of i
the old, cheap cowboy films. The plot i
in the latter was excellent, but It was ;
poorly worked out. Tnere were aisea
few discrepancies in the continuity. H
should essay something different.
"Wallace Beid,. another one of my
favorites, gave us one mere geed pic
ture in 'Peter Ibbetson,' but he fcoen
will be a has been. His leeks are fad
ing. Mary Pickford has been twenty
eifht ever since I was nine years old
(that was ten years age).
"Yeu censer 'Over the Hill ' I de
net think Mary Carr's acting has been
surpassed for many a moon, with the
possible exception of Jehn Barrymore
in 'Dr .lukvll nnd Mr. Hvde.' It may
be tbe 'same old stuff1 (all pictures are I
disguised nowadays, anyway), but It1
certainly was well dene: and what is
mere, the moral lessen that of mother
love was se Impressive that I have
net yet forgotten It.
"Since I mentioned Barrymore, I d
like te say that he was sadly mis
placed In 'The Letus Eater' (why the
title? he only ate one lotus whatever
that Is). I can't Imagine Albert Pay
son Terhune writing such a story, tin
lass he had a purpose, namely te rec
ommend Utopian life and the 'no money'
theory. If se, Beatrice Fairfax cvr- i
tainly bid tbe fact well, A disappoint-'
"Jeanle MacPhersen certainly is a i
pteasaiit young woman, geed te leek I
at, and all that; but I simply can't
tee her scenarios. I
t"l was under the impression that
Richard Barthelmess is a favorite, yet
your readers hardly give him any ink. '
They are all cramped with Rodelph and I
Wally (regular sponge ink absorber)
Come en, mates, give a boost where
due. Have in printed Dickie's picture
yet? I really expected te see it when
M played here In "uoraeie JJavld,' a
short time age.
"DeeB my guess come any closer than
the ethers concerning you? Here gees:
Yeu are neither Cynthia nor the LIm-
Wick Editor (that peer bird has
enough te de). Yeu were called en
by the Evenihq Publio Ledcjkii b b
eauie of your knowledge of tbe busi
ness, Yeu have a profession of your
own, probably in soma way cenajected '
with the movie game, and you ghe
some of your time (If net most) te us
dear readers. Yeu ere about forty-four
and net of the jelly type rather n
serious gentleman, with a fine sense of
u "Oh. before I forget! T wish te in
treduce a new element into our topics,
namely, the newa reels that nre shown ,
t all theatres. William Fex Is de- I
kit grand thing.' He is running a
series in which, besides the topics of i
C'-i'nK " ? "e includes things te make us '
iw&4ware of the fart that Japan is rapidly i
U VVT i mm I b-l m l t am t & m Imm
i WT frui CV(,IC nuijucr 4i iic Liu ii
& sun0M !
Nil t aI li A mnlnn trtf 1 1- n iiLii il flw
bWlSjjiw ft .werdi u minute en a t))evritcr
- WriM'U Dill if fhaf. nf nvnr .'tlMkl ?a) .
L.,"J y l -mm- w wr . - v.i.wv wv
i BtsJces 1ST en a thirty-two-
;ir systesa is aue
, 1 i.x Pwr
A Beautiful Three-Piece Suit
1h delightfully effective three-piece ceetume
which ere presenting for Bprine Is sincerely
rhirmin twt of tailoring Net only will It lend n.
rira charm te madam but. tee. It shall afford her
nn envied correctness upon many occasions nnd
ttis prices are as low as tCS.
See Oar Ditrplay at the
Phila. Fashion Shew and Pageant
March 23 24, 25
Creators of Suits for Women and Misses
1223 Walnut St.. Phila., Pa.
B 'c fit S
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I leather, also in fawn buck and tan, f
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H Appropriate hetiery te match b
Q at ready moderate prices. i
"Quality Always" S
DINNER FOR JUDGE LEWIS
Jurist Tells Yeung Lawyers te Up Up
eold Profession's Dignity
At a testimonial dinner last night In
the IUta-Carlton'kte Judge William M.
Lewis, the Judge told junior Jewish
members of the bar te ever keep before
ihem'the dipilfVf tVtlr Sr6fet4
ever te realise the n....i-T? I
Speeches also were mad k. " J f
Furth, Leopepld 0. Glass, Qirt'S?'
Isadora .Stern and Jeseph r,
terney. Bernard II. Cehn i
maBteri "" l
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We have arranged a Sale
of higher priced
A "picked" assortment e'f Crepes, Satins
and Taffeta in advance styles, and actually priced
at one-third their true value. Better come in
We cannot make exceptions te our
"Ne Charge" policy
THE, WOMAN WE ADMIRE'
Because of her graceful poise end '
ihnrmlng personality will never be found I
one 10 negieci inac most important asset
of cempleta beauty clearness of the
Ne tedious hours before the mirror ara
required te Uerp the skin soft and smooth,
free from tan, freckles and similar de de de
coeorations, just a tiny bit of Beauty
Bleach applied before retiring.
Beauty Bleach will net Injure the most
delicate ekin texture nor will it grew
Clip anil mill tnli te I'luugh -M-jmnliK
TYnn . fei frca copy of llliick end White
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IN THE REMAINING STOCK OF
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At 50 Off'
J.F you have net yet availed
yourself of this splendid oppor
tunity, de se new before it is tee
late. Each day sees our selections
diminishing, but it is a feature of
this remarkable sale that even the
las.t item sold will be just as great
a bargain as thefirst one. Fer,
jewelry is jewelry, and 50 off is
50 off, whether secured a week
age or new. We can only re
peat, that perhaps never in your
lifetime again will you see such
a sweeping reduction, in such '
high-grade jewelry, offered by
such a well-known house.
aAlt Ttela Jtvitlry and Vtarls xrm(
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Walnut Street at 16th Street
s mwni f T9'"'
The following theatres obtain their pictures through the
STANLEY Company of America, which is a guarantee of
early showing of the finest productions. Ask for the theatre
in your locality obtaining pictures through the Stanley Com Cem
pany of America.
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62D A. TH05IPSON ST3.
In "1IIK 1NVISIIU.K FRAIt"
-r.V--U-M"l ki a. SI. te 11.15 T1
WILL ROGERS & LILA LEE
In "OXK C.l.OHIOlS I)A1"
A CTnD EIGHTH & GIKAIID AVENUE
3lvjr MAiiNin: hah.v
Orch. 22i MmliHt Altncliiiler, 1'uiiieiih C'end.
Wm. S. Hart in "Travelin On"
AIJSTAK CAST In FANNY Ill'RST'8
"Just Around the Cerner"
I FRPRTV uneAD 4 cei.i'mbia av.
- - ln "CIIIVAI.HOt'H C'HAHI.i:"
ARIFN1T Woodland Wis at OJit 3.
UIMUX 1 MATINK IMtrv
In "DANdhKIHS IIUHINKKS"
WILLIAM S. HART
In "rKWKM.V ON"
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n "ANNK OF I.ITTI.K HVOK1"
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JAMF.S OI.IVKR Cl'RMOOO'S
'The Giil Frem Porcupine"
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J whiuu Jumbo June, en rranUerd."!,"
AMSTAB CAST in
The Arrctt of Nerman MacGregfer"
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Wallace Reid & Elsie Fergrsen
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