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1 'M .1 ir.l tWWP!!' ?l?MH5'w'''r!f' 'V??-- "V"f'S F5fT 'HIV f?Tv.,. ,TT 'W " t 14 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921 ' I Lr Nfigy CLOSE-UPS of the MOVIE GAME By IIENKY JPViy fie "Ultra-Rapid" Camera Makes Action Slew "rpiIKItn is n thins that I base lately cecn in the mevlei thnt imzslcs ra," n rrnilrr writr in. "It in this. In the niwn reels I ee a bit of nttien nml then a tit I Hininc 'New ee hew it loeki with the iiltrn-rnpiti cntnra,' ntid then instead of heinu ultra-mi'M. it is ultrn-slew. I remember one reel of animal picture1). I'iru it liewel rncli an.nial running nt reptilnr speed. Then hls 'ultra-rapid' camera made them just ecein te glide through the nir ns if they were flentins. Whv don't thc rail It ultra-slew, when thut is rcallv what it is' There i an apparent contradiction here though it is only apparent Te ' undciMnml it, jeu muvt first keep clearly in mind the difference between ti" camera whirli does the photography and the projection machine which threw , the pictures en the screen in jour favorite movie house. Oddly enough, the i faater the pictures are made by the camera the s-lower will thev appear te move when thrown en the screen The opposite is also true, slower photography inaKes if faster action en the seven It i.s really quite flmp'e niul eay te understand if you knew hew mev-Dg pictures are made and projected They are taken en a long ribbon of film which (1 wound from one jier! te ai."t'iT passing en the way. behind the lens. On It." lens is nn automatic shutter vlr.cn makes sixteen wparate and distinct photo graphs en each feet of dim. one imm'.-'liately after the ether. And, thceretica.lv nt leant, this dim Is teeUd through the camera at the rate of one feet a reeend The finished print also a Ien? ribbon of dim is put through the projection machine at exactly the mni" rate of sp''ed for normal action. Thus, as we phe tegraphed It nt the rate f Mitcn pictures n f-eernd. and it is projected nt t'ie rate of sixteen pictures n second, the action en tiie i-wn appears te have cx-ictH the same speed of tin original action. Let's mppete wc are tak ng a man reaning and lei nireiy smoking n i.garr'i" He Is sitting with his arm n'eng the arm of the chair: I e slowly rnlsrs the cig arette te his lips The di'tnace through i,.,'h hi hand travels 13 two feet, tl time it takes l two "ecend". I'hotegniphins this nt normal speed, rach iUcc"sHe picture en the ribbon will bIiew the hand nwvert one-Hlxterath of a feet nearer the lips. Projected at normal speed, the figure en th- screen will mee th- hand one-sixteenth of a feet ler each picture. Therefore the screen action i normal. ATOir let's use the ultra-rapid tcmcia. The ew most n use makes inrturrn eiyht time an fait us normal, or at the rair of 138 per sec 0111. .0, 111 taking the motion of the hand te ihr tips, trc make 256 pictures 11 the tire seconds of the action. T1TK PUT tail through the project. ng machine at the uuai rate of Hlxteen pic- " tures a second. AVe have, however, -.VI pictures te pi.t threjgh. Se it will require tixteer. iecnr.ds te project r In ether words, the man we gee en the hcrecn will require sateen seconds te complete nn action thnt normally takes only two seconds Se the screen action leeks elht times as slew a it ought te be. 1 Te put It in ether words, each feet of film from the normal camera shows him 1 raising his hand one feet; each feet of film from the ultra-rapid camera shows I it raised enij pnc-cig;,in 01 a toot. It is in this way that a jumping rrere Mmply floating s'ewlv and gracefully up in tin- air and down agnln Wres- tiers in the verj heat of batt!.' can be made te leek ns though they were going through marvelously graceful lainthcnics and a tumble by Ben Turpin appears te be part of an esthetic dnn-e Ail mi. tnc cight-timts camera Is the one most In use Hut d.ring the i -. i iitu'iui'i .. .m.i.m un- i i (i i--i probably ask veurself, "What's the use we moving pictures arc eirering into general jeu wouldn't ask rifV thn i1Aftift 'M Wn itin I j-t rlanrtn times normal .speed Pi rim p you wonder why they are doing this; jeu will of beam breaks under n certain strain. Yeu put it te teats; it breaks and ou ? t! 1 , cc , ,Krn 7.n.tP' fro"1 she wrote me thin she'd become u i the East, but father thought it would have the two jagged end-. Hut it broke tee fast for jeu te see where the crack K SC! , TJ thought pretty geed secretnrj and get a room be terrible te let me go off there alone. I started or hew it tr-neled. se veu-can only guess nt the steps necessary te rec- , ml' . .. . int,fh? Y, ,' ('' A', L , , , with en,y 1'erBl'1 te Ieek utcr mc- l ! tlfy the defect In material or design " I ou Re0' thcre vauf wa-n r much I slmplv devoured that letter of hers, v.-as flrm, though. New. feuppese you ba,e a twentj -times ultra-speed camera. Yeu put veur beam through the test until it breal.s. cnotetrranhlmr it nil the tlm. n-h.J. . watch this film prejected: ou sc the'lirst little evidence of strain, you ".,'. a j ?" "PPrj. ","d .I.!? h.Pf, jrCl. aJ?l ..? ??'. neh i Jer nu te rtudy them all the while. Oezen times unt.l you get nn idea of what is wrong with the beam. And you build another one and photograph that, nnd se work te perfection. I Athletic trainers in colleges arc using the ultra-speed camera right new te ' demonstrate te tneir sepjaas jut new the a physical movement; hew form Increases . euecr or a misstep in ttic nigh jump or Naturalists are using it te study the illght of birds nnd. with the increase of speed in the camera, we may one day solve this most fascinating of nat iral crle3- b "a urjl the sp mysteries CP' ALIA' xaluablc and aster.tthiny u the opposite phase of motion pu'turc photography. Have 'jeu teen a daisy gretc from the seed te maturity, b'enm. xciiher and die all in the space of one reel some fifteen minutes of timet .sonic day seen I U tell you note that is done and you'll Sfc it.rat a tiemirdeus deb' j icnce and general education xciil nice te the movie ramira itici ue have sense enough te use it mere widely in our schools and college. HE'S AN ARTIST tmrrrmt2im2WSJ2i2Xjmzx Wnllai e lb m v he l.as ilnjed diverte r.a .ennutics and exeue charac tcrs till 1.1b repTtQl-e k"-ui unllej-s Here he is in his disguise in a coming picture. Answers te Questions by Mevie Fans ANETTl. The iliree ii ill, cliarne trrs in I TIiiliii me were .Mulileii iiamilten. : iidhai'.i .standing and J.awsen Itutt ll hive bei n actrs en the legitimate .taj HUther of the sterx . , nvvn ii. in. hi. v..- ...i.i r...i. i Iteland is still imikins serial.. 1 'belie, c ' be is te n ak two a tear, of 'iftien episodes each She has i eddish In own hair and big Hue cjes. She is net mm tied. JRSHIC'A -Nerma Treier nnd Mabel Ilnllln have Hie lending tubs wi ".lane X'yte." The scenario was a laptcd fren tllO ChlrlettC Ilrillltc novel hv Hiiee , llallln, and directed by him also. I I LIMaaN Grace VeJentine. and Te M. NEELY ... ,, , , , horse can be made te leek as though he .v.... i. ttijii.i tiu iiianu juu ivs twelve of it"'" But if you realized hew largely ' engineering and science and industry in ' Yen have that picture projected half a' maximum or power can be gained from . . t... .. . ...... ., ,t.iii-4 j HiU speed in running or hurdling, and the the pole vault i ON MAKE-UP Matt Moere are the two lending plujeri in "A Man's Heme" Again jeu ink about William S lin.-t nnd Jane Ne-, Mik I'li.v nave njt nken m.. mte rl.I.- Basil Kins is thelienfld'H-e. se I cannrt m nfi tiie rumor of th-ir insngcuent ' ru,"er , I J'ltlt. 'i' K 7. .T.i. , i.i u. .. mv; jour menej. Of course, I nm t,t nijiii'f t 'int mere an Het Mhenll thnr vw 111 link' jeu it v liter, but unlc-s c.u idle pesltne thut jeu bine tslcnt in thnt line, iiHiinlh wur money is foolishly spent en speedy devh es te herein" a grent writer ever night It Isn't done thnt win ROUS Yes, 1'aiiny Wind him re- sl"iieil from the i reen Shr. ly mi.iml but I de net knew the name of her huslmnd. Reye Dean plays the part of Cnrietta in 'Trexles; Daily Mevie Magazine I I rtSHHIIaaaaalaaMHNStkC JgZssJWimJs ?, t!.V && WnHX3ft$3Hfffl A 2fP3fcfc.vSffifeii-j, .v-,- "mn sassl . wBaSwM .... .J...J.-. ..-... .-.,,-..., -. - n, ..., ,- w ;. -a - ,mMW,b&..-imw.m mmmmmimm'v - 'tm s Mi?7r??x:s:sr.?. xa. ? awKwwastfw? "- - , ..- ,-:.. &?,v ,iw & KfcwtiiTra! Tt?r - -?x v-iHxtM&KAtzxx (? .:i. fj BcMWtejS''?fiS2fWi'S,i. ,-.., - YiniA - " i'i2ati''"' ,, s B4 miwii.wiwwii MM-i,a,ri,wi..f,lwnrLUHl 7S . I Hew I Became A Mevie Star As Told te INEZ KLUMPH CHAPTER I Hrralrfiw Away from Hnnie TDt T'D GIVE anything n i.i word K could get into the mevic Madge told me as we left the Star The atre and turned toward home "If m jt uc r,icn heaps of fun -the i,Ieasancs way In the world te earn 11 let, of money nnd i'' " ktlew sllcu lntc','itinj pee Tie eni' travel around te all sorts of places Oh. I wish I could lenve this 0tj tfnvn an,j trj. le get , nt Ienvt T ,h(In't sny nn.thlng nbiut it iust then, even though Madge v.ns mv chum but i " b"en lnki"R tnn- sa,r'' '"" lnr mentn. i i aiwnys wanton te get Inte pictures ucr since the dajs when i nau my urst movie cru.n m .Mae nn-v'm,,s T, n ,Blr n ,''0.ln "u t0Vu en c,l,u,l.? back te high school e. U" U-negrpR. and bookkeeping. I took it. but I skipped these two studies be cause I certainly never wnnted te settle down and be a stenographer or bonk- keeper. One of the gtrls I knew went nt' ln' Horary a nssihiniu, out mm - - .' ., , sc"""'1''! scrt nt gniDiiv te me, 100. 'n1', vhn" Father weiild have let me de j tI,ar' b,Ut J1"'5 iS,tPr """ TlVl'L? i man led the winter after I graduate! one i uie gins wem i--i i" uuu.,... ft from high school, and there v.ere l"t . of parties being gien nml I thought r'il mther stai home. I had a pret geed time there, but I never rcc.int for a minute te settle down I nlvn si I....." i. i... t 1 ..,., ,Qf'll n,el...l ...l.l. Li.- w,l ineugni i.iat ii.-.i ' i. ....... v.v '-'" what career I was fitted for-an I knew t would be a prettv big en- I'd go ahead and be something And I'd decided just ii few days before that, dnv when Madge and I walked home from the movies nnd she centesseu intone tiling; ir i can possieiy manage it I,,...,!,,,- ,,. ire into nieturca. that l 1 nnu Having n Dig producer Knew the be n movie star I man I work for sort of helps I'm go- "llulu ,cv,Pnlng a?ine !ny "nl,r tnP ".I3; .. , ,. j , ,i . lng into the movies " My Allisen docs hers, though I'd W.'.l s.en Pauline I-redenck tl.a i '" " '- , about decided te have it bobbed as seen ,lnt in 'Mndiime X" for the sccenJ I walked straight ilewn te the dining t ROt nwny trem home I thought t.me; ,t had plaved our town , ar.Ij r , room when Pd read that, and I said te JtVeuld leek like Constance Tata.E in the season and been shown ugain father and mother . prebablj. An(1 X leek n ttle like Cen- hr rwiiiPRt. I was crazy about it, but "PitsIh Grant wants me te enme te fn,,n nn.vnr t T .n,,ii l.ni Madge didn't enre for It se mucn. "I d like te play emotional parts. Dut , I'd like te wear nwfullv geed-looking lethes, tee," she said. 'Tnuline dldn tl weur nnMhing very stunning: al her, 01, scenes w.ti- inu. -i i i.s-.4w.-i.w Ins clothes. Why. the only thing I can remember thnt I'd want te wear was 'her gloves these long white ones that 1 came up se nice and smooth clear evr her elbows I think I'll nsk for a pair 1 like that for my birthday." Privately. I decided thnt I'd give my eves right out of my head te play parts, like that, though I de think I'd like, wearing gowns like Normn Tnlmadgc's better thnn just having scrubbj things. f thought it nil ever once, mere after 1 d left Madge, and imagined what the life of a great star veuld be I could just see her wnkinj late in the morning and hnwng breakfast en a limine lengue before n wonderful open tire, with flowers everj where and great heaps f mall from admirers all etcr the world ' anil intercKtlng men telephoning te make engagements for luncheon nnd I dinner, and the owning. I knew the star would probably liae te work dar- 1 Ing the day, but then think of coming 1 ei ie and being dressed fr a gorgeous ilmiKi party nnd going (mm it te the firsr night of a wonderful play, wl'h pr ,pl. everywhere recognizing you and pointing you out as a grent nnd talented ! star' It teemed se vivid te me that I couldn't help thinking maybe I was meant for that sort of thing And 1 1 went up our front steps Imagining in self ( nterlng ene of the famous New ' Yerk hotels for supper after the then ter with Eugene O'Rrlen and Eineii Jehnsen with me nnd a gay rewd waiting. M B.stir's video woke me from thnt 7J iunt dream v the Hvis right next i dnei since r.he'H married, se sbs's al vain at our house "Yeu have a letter fiem Persis f.rdiit," she sold, tossing it te me 1 ( simply clutched that letter and ran for in v own room, even though dinner was, r.ii en the table and the family had been wnltmrf for me. Fer that letLcr from Persis linked me with the world .i.T , I wanted te enter at bust, it sort of I'""-'M r!r?n.t hnrt r,0,ne t0. V'''"1 ''-ree jears l-uere te iivn wiwi n. r fiuni Qn' fi,ll8h '"V "lB.". V0 '" r'u"c' r'1" and I were dar friends she ues Just HOOlIl III) enij i-i.uei ii- j.-ui rut- iivte In our town. Hut she left as hoen us Khe'd finished school , she hsid she'i get te earn b' r living nnd wuh going te a big citj te de It She'd tukui thej business course nt school, se she went' into her uncle's: etllce In Ohknge- Oakwoed'rt a suburb of t'h'uage -and' worked awfully Imrd Then, after n uir, she get an offer te go te New Yerk as u-irfnr. te nn nwfullv rich v ninnii who was Intere-teii in all i-orts, of public tueeiucnts- -prison reform. iiiu1 'hingM like that Persis loved be ing lit New Yerk, and when the rich I woman suddenly decided te go abreay SHOWING HOW THEY MADE THAT DESERT VILLAGE ' s . t ' lUtS arXisr ' irxmxmxssmcsz - i&-'j&&Zs&'i.!;-L .- 14 K i;MMa&3i;.tgALft&31 Persis cot i ml in n r , ' ,nurt't't",s' "I ,l wish you could -.me down ZUTir Y. W. um.-. exactly what I wanted, j se J ie taken a nice big room that costs me a week's salary each month, and I mm. my own iirenuiiiMs and heineiiuies in dinners and hau a Uew of Stuj - yesinnt Square and am net fur from ,..,. ...... ..... ..wv .... l ittli incnue And whnt de jeu think ulnrlj -I still liae my stencgraphic job Z,JM ,,P '"d lh n,,tUil,t cn,y ,'" e'lr agem j for ,me big feature pie- i v- gene into tnc nieviep . .or reg- tures, and the i n who made thein and who wn a friend of my beiV took all the girls from the efiice out te the stu die ene night when they wen working there, and let us be extins. I KOt miltc uimiuim "' """ iieiiMiy V new ii that I wns ceine with the de- . Doiethy. , "r ;u! mero fun In my J .f, t ?cC,UrM life I an t pesslblj describe the stu- ' i . , , been three times as uneasj die te jeu. or the way they d'd things'. ' J1,"" jnC fnat CVCnt he'd never there or anything clsg-it was tee per-, h'' tt me go nt aU fectly wonderful. Hut I can tell jeu,0 Kt ,,ne L,B .nt "l1, ,. t T i.Ncw 1 erk te visit her, nnd I d rather go than nnjthing clse in the world. Can't I?" WeIi thpl.e was a jen discussion. jiy sister thought I ought te be allowed OLD FRIENDS 1M IIP c'llllil sWHi v Jl mm a JVSH" yr 'iiM' ": a ..fivAtj' ss. yy "nut you go te parties here-nnd , hae lets of beaus " father began., ieiJ'VL'XlS1'' w.', y l' den',' S'te just gVmarVied and settle down here like Hue did." Yeu should lme ltcnul my tlster and her i tuisbnud exclaim nt that; "I want te , M.,. Miiuetlwng of the country before I de that, .lust let me go for n wenth, vtw lilili, uuni ,ul : jeu knew I didn't get that trip cause we for " wc' ''h.it w t0 Magara Fulls when I graduated no gave Suu the chest of silver cddlng present." en fnther ever, nnd he finally said I could go. He still felt sort of uneasy ever letting me rush off te New Yerk with just Persis te leek after me. . : "' ,","' , . ... '',"" T, , "m though, as I reminded lilm, she s i-wi-iii , imi. ai liiDi in- Kiitf iu. u t.y .. i . "- ' "" .Uiiiilj, id iv ctta tkitu j. rjiiuk ktic ' held the comb and brush. I was se cx- ' cited. Te think that I was geimj te i,a,e chnnce. te get Inte the movies! Te Ile Continued Tomorrow REUNITED Themas Meighan and Betty Compson played together in "Tlte Miracle Man," New they meet once again in the Lasky studio, both stars in their own right. Naturally they staged a reunion yv. a 1 nu advertising etrice te. nnrl ltinflier tnll ts i-n timn T leii-i In the upper picture Max Barker, art director, and Mente Katterjohn arc shown constructing in miniature a scene from "The Sheik." Belew is the scene as finally built and used in this story of the desert. $!rtMT'ff "5sw y "it vr -r.n 4 -fftf ,,'w'i'n'T" 33KnO 1 They Have te Wash the Air for Londen Films THE new air-washing plant ro re rcntly installed nt the I.nskv Londen studio is new complete. It was put te its first big tet during the recent foggy weather, nnd triumphantly justified nil the expec tations entertained of its efficiency In coping with the vagaries of the British climate. 'Sunshine Sammy" Starred Frederick Ernest Morrison, otherwise "Sunshine Sammy," for several ears past a ray of joy in comedies produced by nnl Ileiuli, is new n screen lumi nary. This eight-yeat -old colored boy, who has become almost inseparable from "Snub" Pellnrd, will be seen this winter in a fpeciul two-reel comedy, called ' The Pickaninny." rnoTerr. i s "pit OTtH5 UTS' THIU fc -OrAUUKA A1U-rv.Uve 12th- Merris ft Vayunk Ay AliliimDra Mat. nnlly nt 2s i:s. : 0 DOUGLAS MacLEAN in 'TAbsiNe rime" AIinTUCMV l'rjinxferd & Al'eiheny ALLUjHLIN I .nt i)i,nv."ir. mm at 8 ELSIE FERGUSON In "FOOTLIGHTS" APOLLO BSD & THOMPSON ATP. MAT1NRI1 UAIL.I THOMAS MfclUHAN in "ttHITE AXI f NMAKKIKD" ARCADIA CHESTNUT Del. 16TH 10 A M. te 11 15 V. M. CONSTANCE BINNEY In "TUB CASE OF IIKC'ICY" Charlie Chaplin in "The Idle Class" "a e-TD FHANKLIN A. OlllAItD AVtt AS I UK MATINHi: PAtLY CONWAY TEARLE In "1IIK ntlHTEH" f T A f -T-IOrjIT B'8T & HALTIM6BK BALTlMUKt.i:vB B SO. SAT. MAT. CATIIKUINK CUtV.ri In "THE SKYPILOT DrNlM (MTU AND WU0I;LM1 A E KLlNlN jut Dally i: I. Iub'I" Owanlat "Hazel Dawn in "Devotion" nrAliUK CHArUX In "TIIE WOMAN" BLULtilKL' rn-lr ,,. .mill 11 OKOllflK MKLTOniVS I'KOIHTTION "The Great Impersonation" ELSIE FERGUSON In "rOOTLIOHTS" r, a OITnl 7" MAIIKET T. CAr 1 1 V-H- 10 A M in 11 15 P. M. VUAMi nilliifcliirt in "THE RIDER OF KING LOG" Charlie Chaplinin "The Idle Class" rri -NKH A T 0"- Mnploweod Ave CULUINIAL. 2. an 7 nnd 0 I'. M. POLA NEGRI In "C.VI'HV IH.O0l" DARBY THEATRE BEBE DANIELS In "SHE COULDN'T IIEI.I' n CMDDfQQ MAIN ST. MANAVUNK LMrKtOO MATINEE DAILY DOROTHY PIIILI.II'H In "Man Weman Marriage" FAIRMOUNT 'rfA CECIL ll.iiK Jiii.i.ivM The Affairs of Anatel" rr'A. WAU V THEATER- 1311 Market hi S A .ir TO MlliMiiilf VII.IIAl lir iiii.ii in "DANGEROUS TOYS" ?6IH S 1 .'"". mat nke dTilV . .m m rf-fct-- H lllUTtll !-... 11 AM.STAIl f VST IN "The Truth About Husbands" 7-" I -kDtr CUUl MAHKET UT, lllVyiJJ a.30 nml n .311 in 11 WHITJIAN IIENNETT'K IMIODlt'TION "NOT r.llll TVII "v U"V &. '' &A OLM3MUniUiKUAUia ZASU PITTS HAS A PART IN NEW CLAYTON FILM Ily CONSTANCI5 PALMKK Hollywood, Calif. HEItE'S news! Znsu Pitts Is going te play n part- in Kthcl Clnyten's new picture, called "Fer the Defense." It even seems ns If Zasti was the be ginning nnd ending of nil trouble for Ethel, as she playn the part of a Jen nie Dunn whom Ethel, ns Anne Wood Weod Woed Btock, tries te help out. Jennie has fallen into wnys that nln't what they should be, nnd Auuc, ns the personi fication of nil that is noble, gets the old skirts eonslderable muddied nnd the old hair well ruffled In trying te show .Ten .Ten nle thnt right Is might, or something like that. In mv frothy way, I may have It all wrong, but that's hew it wes explained te mc. Anvwuv. ns a character actress Zasu Is a wonder, and if she'd only realize I this nnd step trying te be a leaning woman, ehe'd be n let further along than she is new. I don't dare tell her this te her face, be am hoping thnt some kind friend will send this te her. Will Ilegcrs was In the midst of one of these hectic jnzz plnccs in some scenes of "Ek," ns his new comedy is temporarily titled. Lets of lounge rep tiles of both sexes arc authored about. when in prances Will In the arms of n very sprigiuiy uaiiRiiicr m juj ntuuj dressed In black and white. Around nnd around they whirl, faster nnd fast er, nmid the applause of net only the ether hubitucs of the place, but of di rector, cameraman and onlookers. (New, if you can tell me hew n camera man can applaud when he's grinding, I'll be much obliged!) Well, nnywuy. every ene liked it but peer Will, who was se dizzy that when the scene was finished he had te lean ugalnst a painted pest There must be a strong wave of sec- nnrie writing about the ceuntiy, for thev say that stories are pouring net only into the Realnrt Studie, nut into Geldwn. Amenir the efforts are ve hicles for Wntida Ilnwlcy, Richard Dix nnd Hclene Cliadwick. Hebe Daniels nnd Mary Miles Mintcr. Keep it up, ou writers, if you are determined te get i there, but it's a ceed plan te be sure jeu knew your mediun.. i I R EMFMIJEIt m telling you that U1W1UI.K m-.ieiiiig jeu , Ethel Kay was te plnj the lead in J "Hungry Hearts," which Gnldwyn is i new producing? Well, they did several1 dnys' work en the picture nnd then Miss Kay fell ill, and Helen Fergusen was given her part. It Is particularly un fortunate, because Ethel has been try ing for a long, long time te brenk Inte pictures, and this wns her first big . chance. Every one who lias been asso ciated with her nnd knows of her mis fortune is wishini: nnd honing that nn- ether chance may come her way er. seen. The cast for "Hungry Hearts' is u splendid one. IJrjnnt Washburn is the leading num. and Otte I. dercr docs a sort of sympathetic heavy. I lfiu Etuiiiciiuiiri ftiuiiy: Ilu ant Washburn uud E. Masen Hepper, his director, are lenewing nn old friend ship. Fer Instance, when Mr. Hepper nnd Mrs. II. were innrricd, IJryaut nnd Mr.s. W. "steed up" for them, nnd when Washburn,, was married, Mrs. Hepper played the'wedding match! This Studie Set Made Tem Meighan Homesick VTT MADE me homesick for n while." J- confessed Themas Meighan. stnr in "A Prince TMiere Wns," telling of n remarkable studio setting built te rep resent nn intersection of two New Y'crk streets. There was an rleatcd railway. the familiar brick houses, the crowds ' and the noar-Ilreadway atmespheic thnt i every New Yerker knows se well. I "On the studio let wns a real hit of' Manhattan." said Meighan. "Outside the fence were drooping pepper trees , nnd the balmy airs and sunlight of Hollywood. It was ene of the mint fas- ' i Mnating Eets in which I have ever I . weikcd nnd I hated te sec it tern I down." rneTOPLAT. s The following theatres obtain their pictures through the STANLEY Company of America, which is a guarantee of early showing of the finest productions. Ask for tfie theatre in your locality obtaining pictures through the Stanley Company of America. P.R AWT 022 GHIAHD AVE irt Sat v-,x'u,' nvniiTi'iiK '"th AIH HOBART BOSWORTH in "the cup or Lin:- GREAT NORTHERN ? Wi; W ALICE LAKE In IWTHAKTEI) hEAS" IMPFRIA1 C0Tl1 WALNUT 8T8. HVirLIlAL. Mats y.30 nvi; 7 ft U LIONF1. RARRVMnnc In jim the 1-EN.MAN- Karltnn CIIKiT'L'T aixhe huead UI"'-'II D.-illv in J .- ., in i .. William S.Hart in 'Three-Werd Brand' Charlie Chaplin in "The Idle Class" Lehigh Palace "G","'niB,hAv.'1 CONSTANCE TALMADGE In riANJiEKOl H III MNE.SS- LIBERTY mMi? ,i reLUMULTXv. """' MATINEE DAILY GLORIA SWANSON ULJ.IHE C.nEAT MOMENT" U VLKBROOK e:)U A S01'0 THOMAS MEIGHAN jnTHE COVOl KSJer NAA PALACE " rKcr"wnBB?" THOMAS MEIGHAN In "CAPI'l IHCUS" Charlie Chaplin in "The dje Class" PRINCESS ,0.1?nV,,,.i" SEOT yiW OF THE YUKON :""" i l REGENT "".T bT liriew 17TH MARY MILES MINTER ru i-'Vl1" ":,v.W " Charlie Chaphnjn "The Idle Class" RIALTO UKKMANTON AVENUE nnxiAyiyiYr" - "I IFF" 'LIFE" ., RUBY MAHKET ST IJELOW T1I COMEDY DAY lL i!I?-Un.'Ll' POyi!Il II.TIKKN SAVOY lSU MAHKET i.TIUSET n A . TO" M in iriDNIOHT L,l-E. LANb InOUIll rilE 1TIIII." SHFR wnniii h nammer. a- "-' ..,, lhr sre'i.nirii,,..",,; "JV1ALK ANn FFMAl en 1 QTAMI ITV I" . ' 1-.Lj I MAUki 1 v 1 .th 11 A .- ' C0N?T.ANC.E TALMADGE ' ll I (I I I II rk..l:. '"l "..'"."'' '"! ' ..a.uc wnapun in "Ihe Idle CI lass STANTON MAl.ul I " M III I, .. ,, .... 1.H.1 'j;:i;;i i". HONi.Mt Vi.W "vtn inf. hiii" .V IV1 A DIVC'P Krimn-r tiil-..,;.-.: , VAVtLV ' A M Vn 11 Wi. "? L.1UPJKI. RADDVUinnn " I 7. :r. " mwili He's a Film Recruit . ERNEST TOimENCr. Musical CDtnedy favorlte, has vleld. cd te the Kliegllglits call. He seen ns n Virginia mountaineer in Tel'nblc David" Sheet Slew-Motion Stuff te Shew Hew Viela Dana Can Dance SLOW motion photography has bn applied te certain scenes of Vleli Dana's picture. "Glass Houses." Th action se photographed is that of Russian dance the star docs. According te the director of the production, Harr? llenuuieut, this wns the enlv s.iit.f. i tery mcchnnlnil rccourse, for Min I Dana s movements during (he numbtf . are ; se repid thnt the regulation camera fniiB te record them suitably. I Se far as Is known this is the fln time in the history of the screen that inn unire nu-i ui-rii UIUIZCO 111 till straight narrative of a story in motion pictures. In a Douglas Fairbanks pic- te give the desperate strninln? . iuiu niun iuuiiun nui uruugnc into pIiT tlen of a man In a nightmare, bnt this was a vision scene. The results in l'01? "SM" ar K,aldVy thoSe w- hnve had glimpses of tlic film te be sue. ecssful. . ,. r, Indian t.Vtras Would Insist en Gambling I T)IL'TE Indians arc great gamblen. . J- When a number of them were em. Iplejed for work in "The Call of the North." starring Jack Helt, they spent i all their snare time mid inenev r'(w!j i for services rendered gnmbllng in their own fashion of "put nnd take." Knn ,, ,, ,i.. ., snij Jeseph Haniibcrv, the director ..tlte vhlica Mmp, . 8e,zcj th , nni mmk. n boc.nne for tlld b, rendezvous. It wasn't lone before t. of them were flat broke. Ily the end el our stay en location nt Mammoth Mountain ene of the redskins had ell the money. He'll probably letirc new and live en the interest." "The Call of the North" is an adap. tatlen by Jnck Cunningham of the play by Geerge Ilreadhurst nml the lnviV "(Vinjurer'e Heuse," by Stewart Ed- 1 nr:l 11 lilfr. .. u.U ., .IV Will Rogers Knows All "Deuble Exposure" by AW "T'VE been double exposed se J- much In this picture that f feel like two persons," said Will Rogers after one of the difficult double-exposure scenes for "Ek." ids new lemedy. There nre 2311 double ex posures In this picture nnd every scene has te be "counted," maklnj the process of filming found like l third-grade elnssJn arithmetic. rneTOPTWYs Hinwtji . COKMMT V .erAHllllCA. VICTORIA MARKET ST- b- BUCK JONES ru i. .,n '.'.T0 A ri.viSH" Charlie Chaplin in "The Idle Clan" AT WEST CHESTER RIALTO CONSTANCE TALMADHE In I m r- tj, tri ,1"L-ESS0NS IV I0VE" I '"-'Lb, HOUR I'ETTl fOMI'.SONIn . "PmsoMmBeriow IT1 hp NIXON-NIRDLINGERiW d I U THEATRES til ' OtLlViUIN 1' TaneTsi TTf 1 m & m DOUGLAS MacLEAN In "PASSING THRl" CEDAR U0TIt CEDAH AVE.NTJ llv 1 30nn13-7nnl "P.M. Nerma Talmadge & Eugene O'Brien "THE MOTH" COLISEUM ,!! !r-Ti!P2 ELSIE FERGUSON In "lOOri.KillT.S" IUMB0 riWT ar. & eniAiiD av i, Iumt June, en Frankfnnl "L" Nerma Talmadge & Eucene O'Brien "THE sieni" I EADFR 41ST ' I-AM'ASTEn AV -'-r-l.L-'l-l MATINEE DAILY ELSIE FERGUSON In 'MTOO I I.JOII r V LOCUST B-' AND'i.ecrsr .srnEE LutuJl Mill I 311 ,130 ric it u te 11 THOMAS MEIGHAN In "CU'i'V nif . I NIXON r,-D - MAIIKrr HTfl"" I -. vm i-en ki j, in1 7 . "THE MYSTERY ROAD" 0,. U.- I T MXTINEI. DVlW 1 ELLIOTT DEXTER . In "THE niTCHINll HOI II ' , STRAND OKIfSIANTOWN AE . J 1 IrtlU AT VHNA.VllO hTHEET TtiemnN .Ifffireii nml sprint Cut "Klf VAN WINKLt" AT OTHER THEATRES MEMBERS OF M.P.T.O.A. GERMANTOWN & . .Ml ir Luke In "I mliiirlril fa" Siirrlnl AiIiIimI Allrirllen M. DE MAY I'nll Iihlilnn I rrnt'iiim I'mlnrlns Mope lliiinnlnn & llnrllii MnnSsif ' JEFFERSON..WSXi IMAV AIlItJON MAY ALLISON In "rilK LhT C VICE'' r. -. w ....... . AVE A DAI PHIN BT. 1 AKN ,,..,' ., ',r. 1 .w 1143 10" l.l .KT ll I ur IN "THE TONCERT" .rr,r ... .,.. ...., ...,.. Aii!iiwiit i VVL5 1 ALLLUHLNI '" ii.iln.. w ,....., i . v ..i-""""i"'-2'i'iWie1 WI Iu "JIM 1 PENMA.N' "D 1 UL.11IN XVlUlVlli" " t I 1 ,