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LETTERS SENT TO THIS GIRL
Miss Edna M. Rogers of Salinas,
Cal., upon whose sensational testi
mony the Rev. Bt B Rqbbins, her
pastor, was convicted by Jury of hav
ing written her improper letters aft
er having invited her to attend his
Bible classes and to typewrite his ser
mons. The accused clergyman denied
writting the -missives., fighting des
perately for acquittal. Motion for
new trial was at once made.
The Central Presbyterian church
of Rock Island, DL, will give a free
picture' show1 in the church' Friday
night free only, however, to the
children who regularly attend Sun
SOME "MOVIE" NEWS
Bryant Washburne is married and
lives in Rogers Park, 111.
Pathe is pronounced "paththey,"
with the accent on the last syllable.
Danie Carson Goodman is known
as America's dean of photo play writ
ers. He wrote "The Escape" and
"The Battle of the Sexes."
Florence Lawrence is married to
her director, Harry Solter. She has
left the Universal Company to take
a long rest.
Anna Little of the Universal has
been quite ill. During her short ab
sence Beatrice Van will take her
Myrtle Stedman is taking a rest be
cause Hobard Bosworth. is putting on
and taking lead in "Little Sunset," a
four-reel feature for men. Miss Sted
man is busy in the meantime adding
to her already extensive wardrobe.
Harry Todd has constructed a big
war map, and with colored pins, for
armies, has kept up with the move
ments of the European troops. He is
certain that January 1, 1915, will see
the final shot fired.
New York's famous pitcher, Chris
ty Mathewson, will play for the Uni
versal Company this winter.
Max Asher is no longer a "joker."
He has joined the "Sterling" players.
Crane Wilbur is spending his three
weeks' "vacation" on the real stage.
Frederick Thompson has returned
to the Vitagraph to direct star pro
ductions. He is to be thanked for at
least two classics, "The Christian"
and "Loves Sunset."
Anita Stewart and Earle Williams
have been cast in the "Sins of the
Mothers," which won the $1,000 prize
in the Evening Sun contest.
Grace Cunard and Francis Ford
are working pn a 6-reel"picture, "The
Phantom of the Violin."
Frank Montgomery and wife, Mona
Darkfeather, have caught the "dis
ease"' and founded a company of
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