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Eton Jhat I never would be a real good . have figured it up, as near as I can
citizen until I would pay back, the to -what I awe you and I enclose it
money I had cheated you out of, so 1 1 to you in this" letter.
HE HAS THRILLS EVERYDAY THE SUN SHINES
By Gertrude M. Price.
Height 5 ft 10 in. Weight 185
pounds. Hair Brown. Eyes Gray.
Attainments Many. Profession
That's George Periolat!
For a little more than three years
the character man of the Flying A
company of the American Film pic
ture makers has been emphasizing
the fact that a man may play many
parts with equal ability if he's blessed
with versatility. Geprge Peridlat has
it all right and he turns it into thrills
for "movie" fans every day of his life
that the sun shines. x.
' This nlcture of Periolat is taken in
ils cowboy- .make-up. . one he often J
uses. He lives out near Santa Bar
bara, California, where you can see
the sunldss-the mountain and shim
mer on the sea at the same moment.
He was the old Mexican, maybe
you remember, in the "Mission in the
Desert." He says his best chance
was in the character of the hermit In
"The Hermit's Gold."
Before he took up moving pictures,
Periolat was on the stage. He play
ed in stock with Otis Skinner and
many other well-known actors. , .
- o o
Wait for the real show! Prussian
workingmen are preparing to strike
for equal rights at he polls with the