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LUCKY 13-LETTER WORD;.
NEW MONEY-MAKING JOB!
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"Scenarioizing" is the new profes
sion! There are 13 letters in it, but it's
been a mighty lucky word for the
folks -who have been fortunate
enough to "get on the ground floor."
It's a product of the moving pic
ture business, don't you know. It's
the work of putting a bobk or a play
into'moving picture form. In other
words it is arranging the story of a
book or play so that it can be photo
graphed for the screen. -
Here's one of the tip-top members
of the new profession. She is Nell
Shipman. A short whiUvago she was
an actress. But there's more money
in "scenariaizing" and you don't have I
to goz-awayfrom homeeitherr
ikliss Shipman has, a fine studio o?
her very own up in one of the new
buildings in Los Angeles. On her
desk is a' heap of books which she
has been commissioned to "scenario
ize." She says the work is fascinat
ing. She looks as if it pleased her,
for her eyes sparkle and her lips part
in smiles every time she talks of the
Money in it? Well, yes, we guess!
MAY MAKE NEW TREATY TO FIX
UP JAP TROUBLE
Washington, May 13. It is the
general opinion at the state depart
ment that a new treaty, definitely
fixing the status of Japanese in this
country, will be negotiated to clarify
the California situation.
In his conferences with Ambassa
dor Chinda Secretary Bryan has
found a common ground, and the
new treaty will be the result
While nothing has been given out
as to the terms of the Japanese pro
tests against California's legislation,
it is believed the language Is general,
and is intended to bring the whole
question to a head. Japan claims that
her citizens are being discriminated
against by several states because
they are ineligible to U. S. citizen
ship. For that reason the federal ad
ministration believes the remedy lies
in a new treaty, which will be specific
in its terms.
It is because of this feeling that
Secretary Bryan ha s asked Gov.
Johnson of California to delay sign
ing the Webb bill. ,
Sacramento, Cal., May 13. Gov.
Johnson, today sent a telegram, the
terms qf which were not given out,
answering Secretary Bryan's request
to delay action on the Webb bill. This
is the last day allowed Johnson to
sign the bill if it is to become a law.
Phoenix, Ariz., May 13. Gov".
Hunt is expected to sign the anti
alien land bill late today. It has been
passed by the house, and senate, and
is regarded as even more drastic