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TVIOVIE MATINEE IDOL
f Warren Kerrigan.
1 K-e dpuble. R-I GA-N spells
.tKerrigah ! ' r
Warren Kerrigan is -a-matinee
idol of. the moving -picture world,
i "And it's him that -loiows-it."
3 How can he help Itwlien. every
tmail brings new protestations of
ethe undying admiration" of the
.young and the old.
He Jlays-tbe -hero- r-ples kuthe
western studio of the American
Film Co. at Santa Barbara, Cal.
Although his dreamy eyes deny;
it Kerrigan is NOT a girl en
thusiast. Far be it from such but stilt
he .cannot gainsay that it's
mighty hard for his southern
sense of gallantry not to answer
every flattering missive he re
ceives with a bouquet of Ameri
can beauties ot a pound box of
Postal authorities have been
kept so busy they do say that
the star of Santa Barbara's photo
players has been obliged to en
gage a stenographer to-answer,
Kerrigan used to be known as
the "Gibson man." Before he
joined the "movies" he played the
leads "for two seasons in "Brown
of Harvard." Of course, you re
member him in "The Best Man
Wins," "The New Cowpuncher"
and "The Promise."
He was the doctor in "The Ref
ormation of Sierra Smith" and
played "Jack" in the picture
drama, "The Jack of Diamonds."
MOWES START SEARCH
FOR LOST SON
Portland, Ore., Nov. 18 The
parents of Gustaf E. Vail, a ydung
plumber, missing since last Au
gust, today renewed search for
him as a result of Mrs. Hattie L.
Vail seeing his face clearly-outlined
in a moving picture film of
the last game in the Pacific Coast
League at a local showhouse. So
certain was the mother that it
was her bq that she had the the-