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Young Access Gives "Dope"
On Attaining Success
Before Public ,
I HV .(! BE' KM Y
I n i . . staff Correspondent.
I NKV YORK, DBC 4. "Sell your-
I Put it over!
M ike people take you as you want
In other words, l- successful.
It isni nurd i lo. you know its
Just a knack of thlnkm of th- effect
you whal to produce, without setm
InK to think ( It, If ou bl me?"
Bl kn iimi.ihi M..
i looked down at th" speaker of
the" Word of wisdom :ind saw some
thing aJbbut three reel high with a mop
of giossv brown hair, plr r,f !'kv
hlue eyes and a sr'n well, liow shall
. v 1 describe that Knn .' I can only sjiv
L -Vv thnt nil tin- comicality rn ir,.- world
In was behind it. it was the smile of th
In no other sense than a physical
one did I ' look down" upon this ex
ceedingly small, exceedingly wise, per
aon. In every mental and aplritaul
way 1 looked up to her. For she and
hr slater, Katherlne, nged respective
ly seven and ten. are the personifica
tion and Success with hig "S." And
we all look up to that.
t I They were billed last week at the
Palace theatre, New York, as "Jane
and Katherlne Ivoc. in an original
Act." which is an exceedingly con
servative statement. I'll tell the world.
It was so original that the audience
rose tight up on It.- hind. In a manm 1
of speaking, feet and squawked Will
Such comedy, folks Whispered to one
another, is rare enough, goodness
knows. In grownups. But that chil
dren could perform like that well, do,
you really bellee they AUIC children?
Don't yon spoke they're fski ! or BOrrte-
thfhg? DWarfS, perhaps; Lilliputians'
There's surely some trick about it.
ncreed John to Mrs. John, and Ed Win
THERE'S no TRB IC.
But there Is no trick, as 1 assured
myself by padding around to their
dressing room and grabbing them be
utiqjij. fore they could get Into street clothes;
W, and escape, unless you call knowing
how to sell yourself a trick, a seven-yonr-old
Jane admitted it Is. In a way,
when l pinned her down to it.
"It gees without saying," she re
marked gravely, "you gotta have a
sense of humor In the first place.
That is, if It's comic stuff you're trying
to put over.
"Then, all you have to do Is be funny
In some way that really seems funny
to you, but never act like you thought
you thought you were tuhny, see? In
plain words, believe In yourself pood
and hard and then "sell' your Bpe'clalt
by making people see It a3 VOL' see
"N'o matter what our Job Is If
you're earning fifty dollars and gettln:
ten, It's because you aren't selling
yourself. You're not making other
folks 'get you.' "
Miss Jane and her auburn-haired
sister havo no trouble making people
"get" them So sure 1 their touch,
in fact, that they have scant patience
with artists who permit their latent
to go begglr.g.
The Lee Kids are a pair of robust
youngsters who ha,va more fun than
the average, that's all. ThCJ were
born to the stage, both parents having
been actors since babyhood
-w The Lees attend the Professional
Children's School In the "West Fori.'
They "do" iheir lessons by correspond
ence when on the road. Jt goes with
out saying they have Passed all ex
aminations and tests with Grade A
Mamma Lee ami her kiddies have a
real home an old-fashioned apart
ment that couldn't be homier if it had
a front gate and roses climbing over j
SKATE TO I HEA1 I K
It is so near the school and mostj
of the theatres that Jane and Kather
lne make it in four minutes by skate!
time. They always skate to work'
Their best friend is Thomas J. Gray,
who wrote their vaudeville sketch for
them and has been thorouirhh adopted
by them as a member of the family
Their secret just:
"Make people take you as you want
them to" "be successful" "sell"
But It does take, as Jane admits, "a
COULD NOT STEAL
'Wj 1 KOM in; 1 M
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1 -j SALEM Because hi n--,i
I ; jt steal from a dead man," lohn Walks
. . of i ! iped from thi
I . Salem
f wearing the clothe-, that had belonged
H 1 ilfleld, a patient who had
jlrcBl died the uiht befoic, returned ine
iNH borrowed clothing by parcel p.,i
. 1 Red 1
B furnished $."!, OOO. 000 to war stricken
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Ae?CHfJl:$HOP P.J HAYES
NEW YORK Archbishop Patrick J.
Ha) 1 s sails soon for Home to report
to Pope Benedict XV on conditions
of the archdiocese of New York.
AND ALL HE BREWED
KANSAS CITY Mrs, Vera Gray
married Walker H. Gray belies lug he
W s b a minister. Two days after they
were married he tore up the bathroom
floor and Installed a browing plant,!
says she. When she protested saying
ti.at "preachers didn't make beer." he
said he wasn't ap rem hi . : ie testified
jm court here asking a divorce. She
got the decree.
FAMOUS COMEDIENNE COMING
I EDNA WALLACE HOPPER, noted fun maker, whn will be seen al
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Hl CORNER." a comedy of optimism and love. sat cn Bse tomorrqw,
PEACE IN MEXICO
SEEN BT BISHOP
I Conditions Indicate Era of
Stability and Progress.
, CHICAGO, DEC. 4. Bishop Wilbur
P. Thlrkleld. first resident bishop of
the Methodist Episcopal church ' In
Mexico, who recently returned from
that country, declares that "Mexico,
first In neighborhood, must be made I
first in brotherhood" to the people
of the United States The bishop
traveled extensively throughout Mexi
co during the Inst few months.
"Never at any time during ih past
10 years." he said, "have conditions
been a.s stable, or the outlook for pi tci .
and progress been so hopeful. Th,e
country Is whole-heartedly behind the
new president. General Obregon, and
the Provisional President de la Huerta
has a strong hold on all classes.
GUNS DISAPPPJE Mt
"The a-Mpcet of peace in Meieo to
day Is In striking contrast to the bris
tling guns and disturbances evinced
in my visit of two years ago. Then,
fever train vum guarded by soldiers.
During the last two months 1 have
traveled extensively through six states
of Mexico and did not find a soldier 1
011 guard on any train.
"There Is no organized opposition to I
the present government and no man!
Is in sight, around whom any opposi-j
tlon can center. Just as noticeable
and gratifying is the friendly feeling
toward the L'nlted States.
"This leellng prevails on both sides
of the border, and was manifested in
a striking manner In the recent visit
of Presidentelect Qbregon at El Paso.
BORDER S l VI l HELPFUI
"The border states have changed
entirely their attitude toward interven
tloa. The k mors ami th.- press are
!solld for peaceful co-operation with
Mexico. Por the first time in lu years1
a train bus crossed tho International :
j bridge. Also for the first time In tfj
years officers of the Mexican and
l'nlted States army aro exchanging
courtesies across the border.
"The election held during the sum
mer al which i.encral Obregon wua
elected president was extremely iuie;.i
1 ppuld not help noticing Us contrast I
to the primary election held in Chicago
at about the same time, at which one
man was killed and many were severe
ly Injured and attacked. Had such
violence taken place in Mexico there
IS little question but that it would
have bii n widely heralded as an evi
dence of anarch)
Much was made of the bblahftsdai
manifest., which wa.s re;i, from the
frord porch oi the palace by rcvolu
'tlonlsP;. who got into the building
through a ruSO and waved tho red
flag and made Incendiary speeches
particularly attacking the m-wspa per.-,
'. he whole manffeaig falh d to make
any Impression. vt. had such an out
rage as the recent bomb explosion in
Wall street occurred In Mexico, there
Is no doubt but thut It would have
been followed by an outory agoinsl tl
weakness and the Inefficiency 01 the
I l KED V, l m 1 IBREGON.
"I had an Interview lor an hour
with President-elect Obregon," he
said, "and foun.l him in most cordial
sympathy with the program for
-Mt thodist work wjblch I discussed with
him. General obregon la modest,
mild mannered and entirely frank.
Lie wears no uniform, as if to empha
size the civil character of the gov
ernment Tor which he stands.
"Cnder the present government the
pulpits nnd platforms are now open to
all Protestant ministers and many of
the, priests exiled under Carransa are
returning. Education is the gnat need
of Mexico today and it is very encour
aging that the government realises it "
SAYS WIFE SLEPT WITH AN
1 PACK 1 VDER 1 1 1:1c PILLOW
(By Int'-rnallonjU News Service )
1 COLUMBUB, Ohio. Declaring his
wife often went to bed with ' a pair
of scissors or an icepack under her
pillow." Garfield Robinson, i-xpre s,ng
I fear for his life, h it- appe.nl-. I i. th
courts here for a divorce decree.
Charging, further, that his wife. Ad
dle, often hit him with cups and sau
cers, struck him with a hammer sev
eral times and hit him with a milk
I bottle once, besides making threats
against him and their fourteen yn&
oh', child, itoldnson has asked that
Mrs. Robinson be restrained from en
tering his home.
The ill-fated marlta union began
eighteon years ago.
Ler since the Middle Ages tho
car bones or a fish hare been held
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Witness Says Military in Erin
Cause Disturbance to
Get Extra Pay
Ilj .i!i (, IRDXER,
. I". Staff Correspondent.
WA8H&IGT0N, De?. 4. The "black
and tans" who are mentioned so of ten I
In reports of doings In Ireland were i
the subject of questions by membersl
of the special committee Investigating i
charges of British atrocities In Ireland I
Francis M.ickett. witness, explained,
that the BO-called "black and tans" getl
I In ir nam.- from the fact that theVj
wear the black trimmings of the Royal j
lrkdi Constabulary with the tan or,
Lchaki uniform of the ex-army man.
These men are nominally auxiliary!
police. They have been sent over from!
England to supplement the constabu-1
lary. The latter, having been In ire
land for many years were believed to
have gone ocr to the cause of the,
JOM1 UU CRIMINALS
Tn order, therefore, to stiffen the!
British influence in the force, the
British government onllfted these spe
cial men, mostly ex-army men and'
ime men with a criminal record, and
Benl them to Ireland, each with the
rank of sergeant. This makes them
.superior In authority to the old Irish,
constabulary, which fact Incidentally
h.i produced much hard feeling.
The black nnd tans draw a pound
n day to which 1 shillings Is added
If they aro serving In "disturbed
areas." So the black and tan" is ac
cused of keeping his area "disturbed ",
tiackett informed the Investigating,
commission that many of thes men In
IiIm Judgment would do anything from
murder and arson down or up. Similar;
i ilmony given befor the commission
seemed to Justify this charge.
II ARROWING TALE
It was all a harrowing, gruesome
talc, but there are dramatic episodes o
that stand out with the vividness of L
pictures taken by flashes of lightning. -There
Is one in the testimony of Mrs (
King, a school teacher of lrontown.j
. who was traveling in Ireland to I
visit the birthplace of her mother Shei
ioi the story from the mother of the
boy killed the day after It happened. I
in one of the raids conducted by
the black and tana the latter appeared
ut the door of a worktbgmairs little
OOttage. It was evening and in re
sponse to the banging on the door, an
Old woman appeared with a candl. in
her hand. She was pushed aside bv
'the black and tans who leaped up tlr
little stalrWa) carrying electric flash
fights and drawn revolvers. The only
othei occupant of the house was at
hunch-backed crippled boy of 19.
The black and tans rushed upstairs
and discovered the hunch-backed boy
In one of the bed rooms. He was on i
the bed In an altitude of prayer One'
o;' the police fired a bullet which went
through th boy's hands and face kill-;
lag him instantly.
It Is not denied that there have,
been killings of the police by rcprcscn-j
tatlves of the Sinn l'ein government
OUTLAW rR 1L .I I N
In a guarded way. the witnesses ex
plained that the killings of police, of,
which tin British government com
plains so bitterly, were decided upon
by the Sinn Fein government afler
careful deliberation, and as a last des
perate remedy against the brutalities
and killings which could no longer be
tolerated. In every case the man kill
ed wa.s a man who had been glen
trial that Is. he had been tried by a
Beoret Sinn I'eln court and testimony,
had been taken showing that he was
guilty of some crime, some uncalled
(or brutality and that ho ought to be
The commission was told by most
of the witnesses that conditions are
becoming dally worse In Ireland: that
the railroads are being gradually;
checked In their operations by the
government; and that famine Is the
next threat for the country. This, it:
Is believed, will set the stage for a
In Japan It Is custom to present
children to the deity on their third,
fifth and seventh birthdays. J
SAN BRANCISfO. Dec 4. The
first steps in organizing vegetable anil
produce growers m California into co-,
operative marketing associations are j
under way under the Guidance of the,
state market director, it was announced
today by by Pred N. Blgeley, secretary .
of the state market commtslson, who
said five of these a-ss-oclatlons vere be-1
These organizations, with two new
fruit growers associations and one of I
poultrymen will mean an addltlo" of'
from S5.OUO.000 to $7,000,000 to the :
California products marketed In Ibis1
manner and from 1500 to 1J000 new1
growers In the co-operatlys ranks, ac-
COrdlng to Bigelow.
They are the Imperial Valley Vege
table and .Melon Growers association,
the Cnachella Valley Onion Growers'
assclatlon, the Lakeside Fruit and Veg-i
e table Growers association. In the same
county, the Merced Vegetable Grow-'
en association, the Fruit Growers as-!
sociatlon of Riverside county, the
Cherry Growers of California and thej
Poultry Producers of Imperial Valley, i
Two of these were formed as direct
result of disastrous marketing condi
tions In their line this ear, Bigelowi
said, the Imperial Valley Growers.
Bending only 370O cars of lettuce outi
of a 6,000 car crop to market, turn
ing the rest under the soli because ofi
low wholesale prices, although lettuce
was retailing In tho east at L'Oc to 30el
a head. Coecholla onions likewise suf-1
fared, according to- Bigelow. only 700
cars out of 1500 being sent to market.!
the growei-s even losing money on I
their marketed crop, despite tho re
tall price of three pounds of onions
SOLDIER GE l 6 "BOM i 8"
I )l SMI. (Hill IX S
SACRAMENTO, Cal. Because he
served in the American army during
the great war, Jamej, p Hasapls, na
tive of Greece, is $50,000 richer today.
Hasapls. who is a brass foundry man
at the Southern Pacific shops here,
TO THE THEATREGOERS OF
THE CITY OF OGDEN
Today I make the most Interesting announcement I have over made in
my career as a theatrical mAnoger. J
I believe the information contained In the following statement will be
read irltl ntensi Inti 1 b all who val th best ,i most srtlqtlc In
the world of amusement.
I have always faithfully endeavored to brine to my patrons the i.; i
nnd the best theatrical attractions of all limes, for I know that only the big
gest and the best appeal. In
Now am h"pr,v nnd prr,ii tn announce that t have contracted with '" I I
Bay t'omstock and Morns CJr.st producers of the world-famous "Clm i"hin 1
("bow," whereby that brilliant and gorgeous spectacle of ancient. Bagdad, I I
the world's most beautiful production, wiil appear at the Salt Luke theater, j
w , ; imencing alonda) December !0, -i s p m. II II
"Chu Chin Chow" is a gigantic and gorgeous musical extravaganza in k
tourleen scenes, with eighteen misleni numbers produced on a scale of t WM
eolossnl grandeur, employing the yervlces of 300 people. it w,is originally
presented In Exmdon ;t His Majesty's theater, nearly four years ago. by
its. rr Kb h". In association with the late Sir Herbert Tree, and is still play- M
ing there to capadtj
The American production of ' Chu Chin Chow" was made by Messrs. fl
ind Me payment i the biggest royalty ever known In 'V
the theatrical world. In New York more than two years ago. the scenery
and costumes bclnji Imported rom England and being exact duplicates of -m
the originals. 1
"ChU Ohln Chow" ran one . ntlre season In Now York at the Century
theater, and then played " entire season In Boston. Philadelphia, Chicago j
and several other big cities. i
This great production, once more presented In New York at tho Cen
tury theater In August for a return engagement, and now embellished with
many additional scenes and new costumes, comes here direct from Its second
engagement on Broudwaj.
Owing to Intense Interest In th engagement. MATT. ORDERS for thH
Important theatrical event will now bo received. Send remittance with self
addn ssed, stamped envelope for return of tickets, and. as there will unqueS'
li,.i il.l 1. .in n ihui, In- .,! mull ord. : pl n in- l.nice of two perform
ances to insure gelling seats.
Prices Nights. $3 50. $3. $2.50. $:. $1.50 and $1.
Wednesday and Saturday matinees, 73, $2.50. $2 and $1.
I believe the engagement of "Chu Chin Chow" will be tho most notable
event ever known at my theater. .
GEORGE H. V I'ER.
Manager Salt Lake Theater, Salt Lake City, Utah.
POSITIVELY ONLY DATE IN UTAH
sent a picture of himself, In uniform
to his mother and to his god-father In
Greece The latter replied by placing
'the $50,000 In a bank In Greece for
Hasapls, In recognition of his god-
I son's services to his adopted country.
Hasapls will continue to work in the
Spain devotes more than 3,500,
i 000 acres of land to olive culture. i
njw iww ii iwi inn in im ihm imi i i
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