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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 25, 1921, Night Extra, Image 14

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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1921
V
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I
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GrAG
TTtORCKU per.-peetire
in one of the
J- newest developments in mrni""-picture
architecture. L'ntil recently -t wae
thought almost itnpnlble I" ghe the
'ffect of depth in a setting which had te
be constructed in u limited -pai-e n a
vtudie stage. In mnn.l foreign tiling
which have been shown, it was done bv
CLOSE-UPS of the
Ry HKNRY
He's a Docter for
mliritr. used te be an ad.oitiseimiit
X 1....I lint., films. "Iirii the die. l'" te
...,i ... ...L.. iiw.ni iin.l in.is.nce ihini
.....u ...l.. mime nli...p fmni i.ll.er films
llllltl'l' I'll.' .-...v. .-.-
,.lf .in H .nnil tliem out il e:i in into tin
Sneeee is known in 'ie trade n- a
. i.i. i ..I ii heeiiMs.. I liem-il last
.
sv" llrf, .. . " -:c' Jgi -?. ,
iifiiiiiiii.i' ,,.....,. ,..-... t
Vex organisatien as liim ditT. or some s.ieli tuie. Anjimv
lhe rinal siv en their tilnP. and if he decii't like the win in
h n director, he rixc- it up te suit his own id' i". and thai
le th" public.
l.-.,,. mniN Knrnee liel'l :l MIII'MiO
eti,n,i .. trmmniilniis ni.is-) of old tilm-
Hie film left er after a iihmIpcMeii wn- tinalb cut.
And. eerv new and then, whin lie hain't nn -lend tilm- (
lilms te cue. In- would inst sit ib'Mi. ami pn-k mil -eenes from
,,..ii. ..il.. iineetini; i hem mi. i il -iei-.. and I" red helmlil . a
was born without tin- turn of a .rank e-.eepr ih titling "l"";ni-
Spen.e wrote the serip. . and tin- g:is-" fr lb- T -vile Indie eeinCes.
nnd Hetwoed ,-le.se.l down principalis heeai-i he toad'- iniich men.j .Ise.
when- te stick te the -liert-rce'ei-s. Wl.ei, this M-.-r'- "I "I'les was tried u
at Atlantic l iiv it wa.n'l up te the matk. Th -eiit for Spei II- Juini-d
down te the .bore, spent two w.ek. there, .ind I "'I'ln- l'"H it .i u
triumphant waj.
When I-'.. lirsl put ..-it 'The Cenin etu ut
it slitii"il bndij. l'" s,.,t fr Spem Spin.
1..I ..f .1 ,. rule some lies t'tlls. Ilisei'lut ' I"1
Yankee" Is new one of tin biR n nii inakr
IiieidenlalM. tin re Is 'carcelj n -gns" "' 'h.n liim that
te raise n IiiiirIi in seui" singe u . s,,,lii .. tiiem are I,
preciu-da slang.
"Hum 'Hui l"i Hnrne. ' with .lelinnv 1
doctor slnirllj after it was imrn. 1 r Speie-.
I'p H.irnps" ! new n Hieniughh lualiln ,,. .
TII L 1 tell nir .s.n ' i" '
laliuleii in ll" """ "I .utei
'i en Id ;( semetl iee 'i'A' 'J'mi
ide loin. e' had I'd il i m-i
in I in
. . I i"
i erl.
,rll;
T I.SKD te kunw Snetne lin-llj 'U
LSKIJ te kunw Spetli
ii eC si e ill I ilht 1 hi
pi'tlj
lln i.
si
J i, 1,1 ,1 te III lillll ilhl'i ll" ' OI pllll
brew -in:; ah"'H ll U't
nia'uir of old --set-i" .mil
He u -
i lit linw
.ij'urmg
se us tn make snnetlnng enlneh niin rent
That -uncil the "ipci-" of I i.ih'nis
the suggestion lie wauled for n siiui lien In a
line thine lie said lllls nllMlled I'lidl IO
the wins nnd means "f io"ieriiiR u vuk
"If the 'II nnii 'e miiebi'dx go In
nud. ' the problem i- hnl:" -e'e.(.
in tin ii In- ipla I wh.il In- tin .11.1
.sup) the liim liiiM'u ii woman sm Mg 'l" u te
well te hei husl'lind and ii'lns she mi- ..imii liim b
the liand-eiiie i illniii.
Spenee i-mihl easilj 'ill out tin- l-llu, -'ll-l itntin
Villain -n; ing she was ne: going with ii'iu- lli.it si.'- ww
for the sake of her clice-ild
Letters ami (ebgranis and nih- are i.-i-iji nisi re.
!iep. whereas the nclleii Hi I lie lib iiitniel lie iliang-d
about, though tliiw sw heliing cnii "tun lie dmn n. -u
Cliange the trend ei nn- iur;,
That's wb a litter "r a lelephmie
tute a diflcrent tetter or i-wileli lhe plieiie
In titles te i Ypliitn tbiiig", dig up He- i" -
track
B
1 1
ll nu I any I'lh Ine thr amaifir.
te de it rifjht (. vurth hit
en
Answers te Questions by Mevie Fans
UI'TII IHU.I.HS -IMl. !'- the I'll
lllllllge sisteiH ar- en lhe 1'eiist I" in.. ki
pielllies. ten-la is In him "'lln
lliveM-ee. ' wliile Nnrma's nei put in
will be "The Ihlchcss He Liiugniis." hj
lleiiuic Halv.ac
.lOVl'li PI! I'. I.imeln Meilniiin is
the l-nu " Hie ver vic'l known Mm lie.
He plajed In a geed number of I liaih's
jtuy pletnies. Douiiuge Mutiiiis in
Mereiiiile" was pip- luji-d b eset
Bwlcknril, Milium t oeper and Mcerse
Wahb,
uze Daily Mevie Magaxine
iffVlV I FILM-MAKER'S
p.i n-ii g
gnidiei).
lint's liu-li. when photo
gave the idea of extreme dis
tance
Tim prncc ued itebert M. Haas,
.irt clirc.-ter, in s,f,tnj a jail corridor
for .l.n-k Holts most recent picture.
"Wliilc Satan Sleeps,
mallei of construction
was purei) a
A serins of i
MO VIE GAME
M. M-IKf.Y
Sick Fhotejiiays
d in the trade pup1
All
can lei
s ;n inu"
Ralph .sln
1 1 ll I .Spenee." All!
Ralph Spei
and there and
iif life into tlie
and !"l "f n pi'
lierr
a ml bn.ithe tin hrealh
11(1
world In taUe tlieir
places among the
iloeter of siek phnlephiis
. I'm ici'i n-iiiR
illlU leineil the
pence new ba
w"-k that he had
tl"r
liim I-
the ffli;
world,
"out.
lelnereil
It geix
He hud
that is.
position 111
the
1 1 1 1 ie
e.ill tin
and what tii
rev in' ei sieU
this stuff nnil
lieu plll'teplaj
n!,' in Kins Arthur's i "n u-t"
loekiil it n' ". i-eiirraiigeil a
ei ".ms-. ' nnd "Ceiineet!cut
llll" liel 111 en sl.ilr-n
illlllillR IP cepti-d in
line- in tlie h .id.uj re
wn- ciiMi-d in A im
nn n of lilin ceii'i dv
. need
Rurii
d a
l!iu
h 'ii ler .ml iif' .me' hic'i
'i tnlln I "'" ii"'.e"' thai if
iri.'i he Inmiaheu en hi. euf
.0 h
'.. iwemi dn;
111 oil i" Iltlel
.n nimiiid 1"
and bninp'd into
Mini lie nil- Jlist
kini, iner (lie ii'.
' !
id t.
tn I
i--i mill
llnl leiji Ii Up lhe
i- ln' .ii- in t s
-tuff
ript.
just
that
: new
ii l-mil. il
w -ri nnd il
in w soeii.trio
lliv iiii liim t
11(11 grIW lillll
Wi wt-re di-'-ii
ti!ie
i t h pimne
or " i
l III I
pr ii, i
W I III
r.-i er
lelt
il'ie
;nllg
imdie-
te 11 ll
pi'llii
I'll null lie
will ,1 I
I a
)
hiesmiri'
nus-iig
ce nrj
. se n-.eflll I
from husband in
het- nud go ii h .
il.-tt
I hi
iml u il hu ' 'I n U ill
itiujht ni tjuhl
ViUM. HtHlTi:'Si; i.
Nm nuiii'l is mnriieil Auiia Mi
In 1 1 s pii Inn- , , ii ti
Holiel- ' Shi i- III pl'i'-l'lll lillll, ll;
eliiau He Mui ried. ' "'I hi 11 .'
tint an li ,e ill niU'li pu'iiii
i nines from In mi' .
IMINA
'!n. s l.ii.si
l:ltHilHN
i t in i is I'm
I 'mi e
M imiii .
te Im li
nictliie sm e
Hraih is illl
-. hi- has
dil-ecll I nirj
"Si-uip
iron. ni
te
picliii-ei Her Inte-
iiroduitieii . "Tim Dawn of the hum
SECRET
nielns ei Mirleux height was, -vl up
i aeli .i snort dlslatici npail. When the
seem, was photegr.'iplied it gaie the ef.
feet en the si rten of a corridor 1-5
feel long.
'I'lie picture nlieve smw the sett mil'
In ciiiistriietliin ami helew (lie linNJied
celic. siei2 I he lielcirs L'Mlli.r tlll-llll-'li
tii
netimi of tile pi.
Don't Mix Films
and I uiulcvillc.
Says Tem SanlscJu
I the
en'iiitrj li-ilng le de kill
II th-
ineii.in ,iii i i-i-?" iiskeil Tem S.iiitselit
i.- he i ,iui- out of a Cnlif-riila theatre
Ihi oilier ilaj . .s one nt tile Iiim
i.i.nr.
of the -'nue t' g" m it te (e vere'-n.
'I is .1 .".ileiis parii-.iu of the silent
c r.iiiui, '
I "I ii' in-' hn.l t" sit tlireii-;li time.
iii:irlei of an ineir of mediocre voijijc veijijc
nle an 1 ii nsieil frills that in Ions ...
I i nails in the Mag" m order te !!
lie fen l ii i plume u,ni wa adxertised
n- lln i-i.iiii tl'inr en Hie program.
Whi n it .nn- ,i Ien e; wa loe sleepj le
, li i"
it.
I In re tiuisi be
l.i. ' iiiiiijiiiI'-'I 'i
I I' tun tin jlic, te'
liiiiein-s. and who
let of eeplr
lar. "who ;
e fill, i drama
like
t"
net
r i-eiielh'd bj
a
dicj
n in
li'i ll sil"tlie-s
In the chnrai i
it hi tilings ipilti
er of the tiliiis.
.i r no -hew j.i'i lm, I Ins epei.il.
p ! n the -tainlnid of iii-i.ni
ihihitnis weu'd peiul wh.it tin-
I''
1 n' ml'
i lnr;.'eh
lil'IIS ih
ii'iih i ill" i. ml
Hi 'iiiiinli'ii nl '
1 w mil, I b" abb
pregriin fi ill
'lli'll nllii-i-l fur
tn pa-s I t
I our piiur-s ii tin piij lhe prh e ih.irgeii
ter tin -i;'iel ne mi' Thus imnpnli.
tleii im- tii In -I l.lud would
makers of Irin- m pui tin- rri
eiild niii-t' t 'urn tin Ir stiiries
fei.e
till
bet
and
lhe,
till-
pl-.i the best CUste.
"I'm In ii I'm I" en -I -ij ll'
I'll " thill',- I tlunk I lvll"W wl'jl tile
i in.il -.-- In ll p'lilH- llie.tlre In see.
ll I. nil lint I) ll-llli"i I llll ll'-lnl''-
,. ie . I'llnl us Mlieii Im llli
,1 ilej II till-.- ibis lip u-n b'- l lii j
,i .ii ,i . mil ,i i-iniii . i ii from
iel"l
pai t
bur
C.lll
an
HE'S AIM iS "B0SS1KG" HIS WIFE
iwe work - H?JHr2S&.4ra. sibm WSSMWSIWm mMwmti
i itvmMmt&wwm&m r. ""y . jkt t
"I ill III jWSI f $8 KWM$M$lS -rflffii
WmWMm WmMmwK A'Wflmm
H W. Ih 1
' . Irffif fiTTif ittrTifvr rnfffTmrBffiMifWiWr1ffm""' m ", rjrtst5?i
Harm ' & jyWiSwjiWWMMfcMMBpWTOsMWtlBfcAMwaKw S5w?
ISut it
imp en
hi'viiifi Huge llalliii li Mabel llalliii illrm ter nor liecaiiM' he
ii mi te be her bu 'nnd Miue Ibei wen implied 'Jt the studio
b'tv tii eenes ()f ' .In ne l-'ie
inm nln
Wee; Became
A Mevie Star
As Told le
INEZ KLUMPH
What Hits Already tliippfnal
Doiethy .nut. small -tncn fli-'.
am liitinui In Income a scricn star,
trhtlc en 11 trip te S'rw Yerk, mats
J.nwrincc h'rciith, n ;it" ayent, 1W10
Incomes intrrrvtcd in her and secure
for her mi important inrt plnyiinj
opposite .khi Scirnril, a fameii fnr.
Sciemil aiks Dorethy In marry him.
hut she rcfusci. realising Unit hc
cam far l.nirrini'c Prench. Dorethy
fn te Itlnua te play n siimf' part
that l.inriiiicv Piench tecurei for
her. Whili en the train. Dorethy
rendu that her nirl friend. Peril, hit
mmmiltnl iiiicide, ami that the
theritirs ere loekinp for her. Late
rente Preach unci te Ithaca and auks
Dorethy te marry him. lie tell her
that the matter of Per!' suicide ha
ban strniyhtrncd out and that she
needn't trarry about it.
Anil Here It Continues
1 T WAS Khi
-- ecpiirnteil
Kind tluit. since I was t" be
eparnteil freiii Larry. 1 wemu uitvi-
tin- diversion of work te take my mind
off Sitm a little, at len-t. Hut eh. hew
1 bated In let liim !
Wi- planned ifr home t lint eenins.
i ml -et the dnle for our weddliiR
hicb ciililn't be I'Pi'tiltn "t. of course
-and ivied te tell ourselves that we
didn't mind waltlns two months.
"We'll have a little apartment just
four rooms." I told him. "And we'll
he awfully economical about furniture.
We'll lnue a nest of little tables in
the living room tnstend of one big. ex
pensive one, and we won't have any
dining room two bedrooms, and a liv
ing room and a kitchen will he plenty
for us. And I shall reek and keep
' the beif-e clean and 'everything !''
l.nrn was perfectly delighted. He
hadn't am family, anil had been living
in roeniiiiR lieile. and hotels for se
long tbnt he'd forgotten what a real
home looked like.
After he went away 1 sat in the
window "f mi room, just luxuriating
In happiness. Klnally 1 wrote n letter
fe Svhln Steams, telling her about It.
l.nrn bad leld me that Sjhin had
known when she went away. Mie had
asked him. that morning when be took
l.er te the rntlwn.N Millien. If be wumi t
,.. We with me. and he'd said lie was.
And shed urged
right nn). and
him te tell nn
lie'd meant te that
night when we
but the cirl lie
were dancing leRpiner.
il known when be was
n Imj. and l.ikliern. ruiiieu i-utjuihii;
between them.
"Nothing can eet-
iMianite us new.
Ihinigb. .' In
said when lie left
inc.
"Ne -nellilng ever cm.
him. 1 theuglit of that new
I'd told
And the
fulls roii-ed and reared
at me as I re-
incmliei-eil our
.. ..... u IP II I11IISI
I-" in. ...... -
v..eineil te muck me.
Il f,. i.lilenei me
,, little, and I hurried
into
bed and
', tried net te hear them.
was uwfull.v interested in meet -
ing the people I was le erk with.
:k $&!-r? - -
"!ri about in, age. named (.T,.t .il Mn.
i I,.,... (In- end. inn aiienier :in.
lder. 'jdajed the nihentuicss: her
' ... i. . ....! win. nnil
'n urn
I her
Wlls .lllliei I -eweis. uie.
usbnnd, IMiil Cnhet, us he was
known en
the screen, were ine n in ms
i of the pietuie.
The liere n young
' mall who d eenie
I eleti res that J'-ar
up xerj rapiuij m
He'd been en Hie
i ,
mil there ami tn some
.... nun I-
"- .... .1... . rt., ii. 1 new
light
was
eeliii de's en no- i,i-i.-- .
pbijing the lead in lliis picture.
Then
were two or iiin-e i-nnni'i-i
I Inrs. tne.
! 1 thin!
all men. am inni "'-,"
I'd lime liked Crjstal Mayi,ine inherited and the-e
:r he hadn't been
,n p'eascd with her
. " -- -.. .. . ..-..... -.. I i n.
.elf Slie was Hie perieii no"" '.-i-i
tbnt' used te In- m. pepular: the tjpe
! with dlnw- curls, like Man 1 icli
I ford's." nnd I'ig blue eves and n pretty.
I rath".' c.iptj f Si.e wasnl empt.
; theugh: -.he was nwfullj shrewd. And
her met her. who traveled with her.
worked se hurd keeping her mnig and
girlish t Im t from the erj first I felt
ii Utile bit snrrv for her.
i .Imiet I'ewei-s was a regular person.
r.inl she and I seen formed a terj nvil
fileudshlp. She was dark, lather stiit.
uesipie. and ver iieiiniiini. nn-i
.n.e, her mid Cristal M.ij's mother
I here was a constant hatlle.
. n.l... fiinnv. of course. Ill ill
It was
ir them
squahbliiig. and I "Uihlii'l help being
amused a' them. Tlmj'd known eneh
ether In tl arlj dajs of piiture
making: Janet Rowers had been one of
the big finerili's then, like Clara Kim
ball Yeung and I'lercnce Lawrence.
Hut as pictures developed -he d fallen
behind; she'd grown elder, of i-our-e.
an I she'd hm! bad lin-k in signing rip
with two companies that tell through,
and had left the screen for a time.
Hei husband, who was it leading man
tn the old dnvs. had gene en, tlmugii
And linallv -he couldn't stand It any
longer, and s" came buck into plctuics.
She leiildu't he a star am mere, hut
-he nhijcil big parts end get lets of
iiiotie , 'mid unite nflen she and lier
Im. bund K"t. nil engilgciii'-nt tngellief
a. thej had new.
Te hi continued louuiri-ew
M&mA i
DAUGHTER
THIN lli:UIN8 TIIK STOItV
Jim KenilrlP. the 0vll ma) nre.
iMmle liriu-iPil AniKrlr.in. en nrrlvnl lit
m Ixirilrr town. In ken liW lmls en
Parly te mnlre n nlitlit In lh" iilu-ei n
t""ii iicnim Hip M.'klciin Itm . They
ulnil U In UrlcKii'it Kiiinbllnc Joint. The
l"ll wmUn In hid bln.l and lie culls "li
"riMmi in fin)ili nmi one In I'lay dice,
mis- HUn, nn uld rlwil and enemy.
!'u",,.Ml ,,n l'V 111" cnrnpHiilen tnliei up
inn ilid. IliK DinimnlnnV Identity l h
nij irrj . but ever etic wm ll It a
jynrnun umlr the sombrero and mascu
line nttlre or tlia berder. In un cxcllliiB
rnnie Jim wersts riln" anil then dial dial
kiibei the house tn another. The woman
initM h.m up. sensHtlnnnlly wlnnliiK.
I'.iter she summons him niystvrleusly In
an interview. In uhlch she tells of her
hatred of nins ami asks Jim te aid her.
Jier refuses us he lins mndn a D.ict with
hIN old chum, llnrletv te xt nn a o e
BO for seme lmshrleus Mexican treas
ure. Art. r a eianc In a disreputable
iuii with n ciunlnt rulthreat crew, the
party lands and mviKes its way te the
intci ler. At the picturesnue seena of
Jhelr exploit aaln In male nttlre. te
heir Hlnarcincnt appears Zeralda. II
appears the treasure huntlnic tMrty Is In
the power of tlm stranve wipman and
her coterie. In a startllnir Interview she
(iispleses that there Is te be another war
In Mexico
AMI IIKIti: IT CO.NTINLi;S
A Nl) I will
' went en
ill direct Hint war," she
serenely, "from tills
chair in tills room and from elsewhere.
Lewer California will raise Its own
standard and it will he my stnndard.
Alreadj has word stirred Senurn Inte
restlessness nnd n beginning of activity;
already Is Chihuahua arnied and eager.
Already have the thousands of Yaiptis
listened and agreed: already have I
made them Inrge premises of ancient
Irllinl lands restored and menej . A
Vnipii ptuirds nij deer ender. Hut
i ou did net knew that he was the seu
of Chief I'inin. nor tluit In ten dajs
the son will be chief nfrer Inning served
In the household of .ernida ! And
Senera nud Chihuahua and the Yaqui
tribes arc pledged le one thing: Te an
independent Iewer California oer
which 1 shall rule."
"Wild schemes.-' muttered Kendric.
"Foredoomed, like ether mad schemes
in Mcicex. And if your great plannlngH
are feasible, which I very much doubt,
has your feathered companion failed te
remind you Hint talk with a .stranger
is rash?"
"Yeu are no stranger." she said
coolly. "Ner have 1 spoken a word
te jmi that is net knimn already te
all about me. My cousin. Ruiz Ries,
whom I distrust nnd detest ; the Captain
Kseebnr. who is a small i inn and n
murderer, the oilier men whom I Inue
gathered about me. they all knew, for
in tills, if in nothing else. 1 can trust
i them all." '
) "Hut if I went nwaj." he asked.
I "and talked'?"
"Yeu nrc net going away."
He lifted his brews quieklj at that.
"I go where I please." he reminded
her. "When I nlcasc. I am my own
man. Senerlta Cu-tidiimr."
"hinge words." She smiled at him
curienslj .
Yeu mean tluit my going wemu lie
, i .... 1
with':"
' llliei in -.
yniir-
"I iiie-in taat :u .'
JMlf fiee of f'ne lien.--: U'.'t .""
niny
j . thp .,,,,., . ,illlt. If j.m sought
, " . ,, Nl.u weii.d in dc-
1 : sr ' ve::::,.:iu ,;, ,..u,e,
Ul.llllll(.. ,., ; .... be.en.c n,v uuM.l
;lu
iiplaiu
1 "You're a d"vilil
hospitable host-
. ess." lie rcmarKed.
I Hie was watching him shrc.dl
teres,, , te M-c j.l-l hew he W'Ul'l
j.ept her ultimatum. He letun...
leek witli ebnr. untroubled ivje--
in
li'-
pild
"Yeu will think el wnui i
en." site Mild slowly
Mj
weiiitu
wli'u b
Ian is
"' '" ' , ., ,.,,.., i..,..
. i ..r i.,,, .
purchased emlirace innmn-e ---
sainl
f sn-uh: the inneu ihoe-. -
arc mill", de-crl
i. uie after mile.
...,.i ..wiinit inn. -.trctci
"" ,
I'licre is nn pw r like
Illim. i ,11 MpxI.e. though until
It bus lai'i hlddni. giving no sign.
ll'.W
It
i' ill HO -lean in ion"- .'- ,. ; .
,.,!. what .'en like erc. Jim Kenilri. .
i, man !" phi. the I.Uc -I f nil .'
mid for the blgyest of nil sial nd
fuilhei- fintber -- ..vvi..,i
"KurllierV H" hiuglicd. n hat
comes after all that, ijm cu et .inlii:
"Loek Inte mj eje.s, she said -idtlj.
"I k di ep."
. . .! A 11 11 I'll 11 lllllll
i n a rii ii
He looked and though '" htm
women nn 'ad bunks, it lnt a
flush in pi up into his cheeks. 1 or
ui-illur In- nor an: ether in. in
i...... fnilnl te uiiiler-dtiud lb" '
were
slnw '
new
i ubt '
sil-nr I
was as
pee
eli if Z'lr.ildn s ejes. n
niicll te
, ,i. kin nn iien i no ii"i -"
leek "into her ejs as through I Iif in and
en. deep into her heart : as though tln-si
v ere gales, open le him. Iliieugh whbli
lie might glimpse paradise. Zmnid.i.
,i r leek clinciiig te his pnimialeh .
,ns seeking te nfii r the linn I argument.
The ens- would ha- t been plainer
I tnl .he whlsnercd with bee lips1 "I.
ieii I. eialdi. hue j en'. Yeu sh-ill
la m master : I J'"ir willing hlave
What' en will. I will also. Mv benul
'shall be Jimi-s-, m eenlth. t'. est. Hi.
I i.ij aui'ilii uif. nij pnwei, all lhee siiall
1 lie' iiii lord's. Uf a kingdom whbh shall
'he built vm shall be king. Yeu shnll
'go far. mui shnll idlmb high. All hc
l,'i i. ei-aid.i. Iem- jmi !"
She steed llin-e w-itcliing
Hi', her
ijes litiriilii'! nit" his.
iiiim! weie pli'luies miiil
In hi"- nwti
pbtillis i,f
pri.lc and
inwer, nnil, lis u mirror rc-
lli-ils tlie w ene heime n, sn mi u nine
i, Id .Iim Keiuble's mind held r.n Image
ni the thing in '."! Tula's. Hi felt her
iiillueiKc iipnii liim: ll'' fell that mid
.lining of the blend, lie -taicil b,i.-k
int., hi r " " III.' a.u.nn bewild I as
p. i lures i'n"' nud sn-ipt lungiiilii entlv
l,j !- av lhe red "l" her parted lips
Mil lienrl her infl breathing: for u
eii.ii-i luiulh if Inn" long or shirt
Inn little i eiirepiiun- he was innti
b ss nud speechless uti'U-r her spell.
lie 'lined i'Hless 'I'hnsi. iisi.,1..
ciiiiinriil 'IP "ithiii 'inn. cither h
.ei nd T prei ion- words nud wind had
i;i ne hefi re nr b till' .iiblle wiirkiugr
of her inliid new. weie net unhrekeii.
i thn ugh' of I'wl-li i'.iirlnw li. iln
i liiid gnin- 1" her nt I lie 1 1 i- Inwn
1 ,,, ,r ll In- i' u ' p'-l h'i'i es iiii
Mil Kendi'ic thought thai hi uh
IlllllSill" ImW Me siiiimi iieinii llll- s.iiinr.
Irnw si lalkiil with lii ii j and hml.ci' nt
bun, hew in lhe llrt small point she
wen nei- lilin. He I In ni gilt uf nn aiii-ieni
tile of Circe and the swine. Whs he
ii free iiiiin. a iiuiiTm mail or w'ns he n
umnan's p'-iMhlni'V " " ll Ihished
ever lii in igiiln that it might lie Hmt
.niaida ii" nind. liven new, Cm be
set Hied 'ii he --eadiiig her iiiliin-l mil.
wns fhe lint pbijing the sn. t,, t
lin.i',inliu.sV
Wn till some barbaric whim of hers,
or was she. for the once, hincere? While
appearing te he all .welding softness
wns she but plaj ing a ganieV Would
she. at one instant sjiajing toward n
iiuin'n nrniM. tbe next whip back from
liim. 'aughlng at him?
( uiifiiM'tl IheiigblN winging thieiigli
A Talc of Adventure
BY QUIEN SABE (Who Knows)
Cepurtutil. IQ-t. l Charles Scrlbncr's Seiu
liin rluies of iliieertiiliit.v liclil liim wlicre
lie wiih. Itis t'.cs stiirliig at hers. o e
ruldii miRlit rcml sonic of IiIm mlml but
surely net all. Whnt slie renlizeil was
that Mlie bail offered mlieli. pverytlilna.
nnil tluit. lie steed, seeinliicly unmoved
and frowned at ber. Qulfk in all her
emotions, new Mlildenll lier eliceks
Homed and tbe llgbt in bcr eje nlternd
swlllly te blazliiB niiBer.
"tin!" she cried, peiiitlns. Slip leaped
te ber fcet. ber eyes IIiiiuiiik. "liy
tbe Ieiib Minisbed IIttltsr.il. I nvenr tbnt
I I am 'of a mind te let tbep iIurs, Hreu
'land Kscebar. Iiiive tlieir way with you!
i What! am I Xerabbi Castelmur. of a
inie nt k ncs. iiauir ner ei ine eienic
iititiiiis. te have a man stand up before
me weighing me In the balance of liis
two eyes? (Je!"
He turned te go, eager te be out In
the open air. Hut as lie moved she
called out te him:
"Wail ! At least I will say my say.
Yeu and thai feel Harlow cnine here,
into my land, seeking geld. INeebar
comes slinking in like n desert wolf en
the same errand. Oil, 1 knew some-
.. ... ..C 11 .... I I. ...... -,,,. I, I. w. ,,f nil
that gees ferwurd from end te end of n
"Mial tun I. Zeralda. CaMlemar. of h rare, of kings, daughter of flic
.Menlczumas, te Imte a man stand before me weighing mc In the balance
of Jils two eyes? Ce!" she panted
land that will one day all he mine. There was also the lode-tone toward
.hiiinv. died from KsnibiirV knife, hut I which he nnd Harlow had steered and
his lasl jjasp was for one of nn agent's: , which had drawn l-nii-inde l-.sceb.ir.
cars. When ou or Harlow or Kseebnr And tluit amn.ing creature who coolly
lav hand en the treasure of the elenle- laid chUm le the rejul bleed of the
.uiiins. it will be te tcp aside for the ' Menteztinias laid elaftn us well te their
last Monte.uma. It w il be mine !" i tiensuip trove. .luM hew niij of.'1"'".1
l-'ui-y Itlled her ejes. The hands at.
her sides clenched tinUI the knuckles'
shone white through lhe blaze of her
tings. The great cat rose and ynwned.'
showing its glistening teeth and red!
threat. Its pji's were no mere mereiless
nnd cruel Hum Its mistress'. Kendrlek i
felt ipieerly, us though lie were looking
bnek across dead centuries; into ancient
Mexico and upon the angry princess
of thp most cruel of all peoples. Hie
bleed-lusting Aztecs.
"f!e!" she panted.
it li one after another e lhe doers
thrown open
ried awnj.
before him Kendric hur-
CIIAI'THR VI!
Of it Cilrl Held V'er Ransom and of a
Toast Drunk Hy (hie Infatuated
.lini Kendric returned straightwaj te j
the rooms aMelied te him and li.u-lew. I
hyping te Mini his companion there.
Thej must talk together, Ihej must i
underslaiid each the ether; thej must
knew, and knew without dcla.N.'iiist In
W llllt ailll til whllt hmi'llls fi-ien.l ...ei I.I
count en friend. Te the uttermost,!
Ki ndiii -. mild hae said a week ,ire. '
' -v- t . . , ...
I .-vow ne eniv pnllilcii il Hie mailer, ie. i
cnilnig Hint in si. ne wajs Ibulew did
no seem iiuilc lln- nlil mate.
i lie fieind the rooms enipij and thvcw ,
hliiis-lf into cm of the Id;: chairs te
; wait- As he ii smiled the .sitiuil inn it
nun nine eneilgli In leeeuimeud itsef,
te a liiau of his sinnui. He Inn mil
II i
least desiic te middle in nn win
Iwltlt Mexicnn i-cwilutlmian t.elitlcs:
l lllihel nls wntilil ..mill, .iii.I ....nil. !..
-.--.-.. , ,, , ,, is.i'ii.
no umiiu. ter thus would a great ceun-
.
j.
I'IKHOl-I.AVS
All
I IJtli M..ll. .. I'.LHVUIll. All'
lainura m., ' ni , ,,. i. n u i.-. i n
WILLIAM S. HART
In I Mill. I,-M 111(11 IlltWII"
ALLLCHtNY
i
i ni, ii.i-.i .
i .1 li.nh .' I
Ml -nllS
., l.vt's.
Mil I.I MI lie Mll.l.l.'si
"AFTER THE SHOW"
IS I A r-M I r u.h ,'v IIIOMIsilN Ms
i MI WU.L.V. M MINI. I. IHIl.t
l.liWI siiim, lii
"THE GOLDEN SNARE"
A r- A i-l A i IlislM r llil
mi it
AIs-rtUlrt III l W II I.' J' M
ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN
in "llM)( t I Is OU ll'
ACTPlD IHA.M.1.IN A. l.tllMili U
As) 1 UK l I IM.I. I. MIA
WALLACE REID
in nn; iim i mi.iii.n-"
rTALfiiviOREi:r,.,i,t,':,,:,Mv,,;i
Mil. OKI. I II MOWS ( IIM'I. IN hi
"HABIT"
RRNN
urn i
AMI Ulllllll.VIl
i;
I I V 'III
ETHEL CLAYTON
In "III 1IISD"
BLUEBIRD" "I ,..,r7:
li.imm
j uinll II
PAULINE FREDERICK
hi "MIL IIN'. Il III
s
nrVA rilV; A V 'lie.nl
JL Stivl
DlWJAL-' W rtl ii '-
WALLACE REID
in "MIL III. 1. 1. UK. I. Ills
cAPrreiY-'Vni'";M v
VIOLA DANA
In "llll. MXKII llltl.ll I
"' ' -.Si AMIM '''" M-'l'l' "
1
I-
n- ik-ULUiMnu.
ll'IIS III 11 ' II I IMMHIOS
"THE GOLDEN SNARE"
DARBY THEATRE
M.I -s MJ ( 1. I- ,
"THE STAR ROVER"
EMPRESS "u "s .MVV,"
LIONEL BARRYMORE
"Mil. dill l MlVl.srt HI."
FAlRM0U(,,,lv",,'i,
I Ail-
M.I -s"-l 1ST in
"OUR MUTUAL FRIEND"
FAMILY ""
11 1 Ml
,THI. I".ll M. il I ist
s V M I'll Mllisu.ll I
I'M" '!
"DANGEROUS LIES"
1 cTl J CT
I III. Villi- ll.
3U I I 1 ' i . ' m,
CONSTANCt I ALMADGE
In "IMM - 1 U"
GLOBE'"""" VA,t,,:', "' ... 1e"m
EUGENE O'BRIEN
In "MKI.I)s I'IM'"
rsY) AMT "- "iltAltli aii.
UK A IN I MvriNi.r mam itnw
Rupert Huglics' "The Old Nest"
ll.Vltlll V 1 III I) In 'I III)'
s.
,
i
. COMMKy r J
s"iiliir.
OF THE
try in due time work "out its own sal
vation. Hut It was no affair of bis.
Tills fomenting nucleus Inte wlileli be
find Hnrlew bad reme was, lipestlinated,
foiedeoined te failure and werse: one
line day Hub. Hies and Fernande Kxco Kxce
bar and tlieir outlaw following would
llnd tbeniM'lves witli tlieir backs te an
ndebc will nnil tbtlr faces Mt tnwnnl
"? "J '1,le".-1 1Al,,, ernldu ( nstel-
mar bad best tliinli upon tbnt. tee. rer
turbulent times had borne women along
with men le n quirk undoing.
All this was clear te him. Hut here
clarity gave way te groping iiiiccrtnlnty.
Less than anj thing else did lie have a
stomach for being bottled up in any
house in the world, ernida s house
least of all. nnil denied I he freedom of
, house
the open. It looked as though up. who
had never done another man's com cem
ninnd. must new de n girl's. At nil she
Imil 'lift v. perhaps n hundred retainers
llglv-loeklng devils nil and no levers of
Aniericans who runic unbidden Inte
their ceuntrj.
"There's always a wnj out of u
mess like tills." he told himself, deter
mined le llnd it. "Hut right new I
don't see it
'could mane a move lewuru u wuoeoi
ier knowledge baffled Mini. .Mid hence.
mere than ever belere. inn ins
miiiini te cet hi" own bauds en
ucMre
il.
When pn-sentlj Harlow entered,
Kendric looked up at him thoughtfully.
Harlow I along with him a subdued
"",.y
i
,r excitement.
eii'm. us! eft llies-: asKed ieu
ll i.
"Yes." I'.arlew came in and closed
I,.. .ir,,. imikini? iiuieklv and uuestien-
iiiRh at his friend. He appeared te
hesitate, then said burrledlj
Tberi'
me I ml- HiliiRs aliead, eh
Headlong!
"Sheet, answereil Kendrl
sbnrplj .
'What's lhe jdnj. man: , . . ,
Again Harlow liesltated. plninlj in
df ubt just hew far Kendric might be
in iMiipulbj will) liim. .
"it wouldn't make you mad tn nil
jour pockets, Headlong, would it: he
i t.Lnil
.. . . r M1 ...I ...i Jlllllltl t
"Iiiilgln iuii: .ui" .'" -;
mind a scrap or two and a blew or two,
in Hie job. would jeu .'
"Watcli eiir step, Iwislj. mil iini -
er. nud leiuirii'. ii
bus
has
tiilkiin: rcielutimi te jeu, lias he'
Sometimes an uprising down here Is a flung u . and it M-emed Hkelj . from,.
naslj mess that It's easier tn gel into what Xm-.iida had sa(d. Ih.it siniie of'
liiau mil of again. And. if we get our her rabble x.ei" wntihing niin. If ,
honks mi the tool that brought us down, he th -iii'-d ll as well te knew for cer
lieie. wh.v should we want te mi , it j tain. Si 1(. I.ppi siuilglii en toward
with tlu'j'cderal (Jovern nt V" wlutewn-lid wall glimpsed tlirnugii'
I ll'.. f..ll...... II ... !, I . . .1..
Hnrlew licRiin luRRltur at Ins lore-
lock
"I 'ui up a tiee. .Mm." tie muttered
at lasi. Clean up ,i tiei
I "'I'linii tout, urn ...ii tii.li
'Then h
ok mil jeu
en jour feel
.......,.".... s.
instead of
en join bead
when jeu de
'11(11 DIM. S
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iRKAT NORTHERN
it l.rle
CONSTANCE TALMADGe"
i" "ui.iiniM. iii.i.t.v
IMPERIAL
en ii i
W AI.M T
CONSTANCE TALMADGE
I-
' "U I.IIIIIM, III I I s"
KARl.TON ' '" sl n1 ' u" ' ' t-i:""i
enm.iun 11..11, ie m ,.. ti e !
'DON'T TELL EVERYTHING'
i j : , f- . - . -
i-ciiigh i jaince,,r '""",". ;',;;;:;;'
MILDRED HARRIS
hi "llll M01lN IS Ills 11(11 "si
LIRFRTY ' h'j-m' ei.i mui a.
u"-"-n l i IISI I. . l ,
EUGENE O'BRIEN
In "IS I.1I I. WOUIII ,1M,','
IV.RRRnnk' '..'u
SI
I 1 V I 11 I , .11 I ,
UAV1L POWELL
hi "Mil, Ms- j mi vil-
PALACE ,-V1.""V.,,V. r..:".'
n.i.i
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
M.
- jn MIIIT Sll M .s iMis
JK Nl KSS ,u,s MMtM.i Mi-iti.nr
UMS MWtM.I
S .111 A i- I,. I I
.I,'i
11 11. 1. 1 VM III slsl-l I I..
"The Lady Frem Longacre'
II
REGENT 5U'"-' -si iM" inn
.. ' l I" i l I'. .M
SHIRLEY MASON
In "ll KI'.SII."
RIAI TO 'il.HMAMiiWN AlkM'll7
CONSTANCE TALMADGE''
In "I L.sslISs . ! ,n , .
RUBY ,AI(M;'' "' "i'u.uv nli
DOROTHY PHILIPS1' "
In "M.S WIM.S M.MllUM.iv
SAVOY ,-' ""$ TuT:i.-r
WILLIAMS. HART"""K",
III "lll'.l I 'S IIISI.l.s",
K,SMRRWnnn m.h
Italllim.re Av.
.... ... . ,, vvjV 4 ,
mm . f..... . . . l I, II .llj
mvjuuiN UAVILS
hi "l,M II SI1;S"
Stanley" T:Arr!r:;
MME. NAZIMOVA " "
III M'UUI.I.h"
STANTON .B?'?7vrn,T?
" ".lAV, JHIZ MKU I'l.XV '
uviiK J Mb HILL"
333 MARKET,,-'-1;.'; .VVT'iT
BERT LYTELL
hi " Mill' ill I' Ml MUSK
VICTORIA MVII':
)T HlTufli
ni. I-. m.
... ...,. 5: ;!:"0l
.". .'.I III 1 llll-ll-'
RIAI TO Yn,c:T' Vm irrT'ns.c
-,w VVliJI VI'ltL I IV K
TOM MIX
In " lillll.S miMICO"
- SUN
clde te peme down
lewn. It would lc MY,!
take right new." '"
te make n mis
"Yen, easy
: dead easy-Old Head,
nc cini i Hull n.. r"
long rmtnse
lutighed but with little genuine ,,,;,?
"I want a straight talk with v,'i '
Twisty.1' tnlil Kendric soberly. VtaM
v...!.. nun v urn- me iiijeui note and I'm!
gong te break for the open. Yeu J,3 j
I hnvc fallen among n pack of i,ii,m,n1
tlllpvPN. te .Irnw 11 i. .11. 1 w ....i. '""Wj
we'd heller uinleri.tnn.1 ,,n.j. ...i . .."'S
--" mil uuier, '
Rlgllt!" cried IImpImu
WROrly,'
it ... .. ...n. ....
UCI M U1IK Nll-IllRllt ll-lllll t in 't
icr." """:
Hut events, or rather Zeralda On-M
mar, who Heiigbt te usurn ilesiin,.-.. J'
regativi-M here, ruled otherwise. A
vuini; n lllllfL Hill III llic I nor II,... ..:.
jelce of one of the beiiscinalds, ,A
Ing: ' t!
ii.7.in "0,,nr,,a z'!r!lltl!1 "" ImiaiJ
diately te npeak with Kener Harlniv ' S
Harlow, just casing hinH.f n. ' J,
cluilr. jumped up. l $
"Coming." lie called
Kcndrie. tee. spuing up, Ids
locking hard upon Hai low's nnii
'"r.t.i,. .... .,., ... ,.
Juand
.. .n, lie miui, neil en a luln.j.
tlte. The house Isn't ,, dr.. Uln'
"WcllV" Hnrlew'M liupatiei'iee glared
i of IiIh ejes. "What Is ItV
'I've get a very large, lifP.ij
en
nilbtilrtiti lii.,1 II ..... .1.1 l. i "
It would be just s ,velll(
hack word juu eeuldn't
it. net until we've had our
if you .eut
come. At least
talk.
I "She ,ald immediately." N,,i iinr.
" . .illll nn II. I oil (1011 I
1 te see lierV Win V"
unnt me
I "Hccaile
' Isn't geed fi
if
neii wnni ie knew. u
jeu. Slie M-pk- t (rt.
. .... I,. .... !.!.. A. ..I . ..I.
,."ii in ,.ii iiu IIM'I M'O
..i . . -
eiue ui hers, ,,j
i If you den t leek out jeu'll de ju.t 4.
I w"hnt she sajs de. There never wn-t i '
NinyiiMimi Ki'iii'v, Mie -h iincnnnj
man! She will giie jeu the snnie lln
in mini uiiK sue gnvc me. she will mat,
you the same sorts of offers -"
"You've seen her then? Tonight)
WJiile I was out with Ries ou wen
with her?" ' we
"Yen. And net because I fount! nnr
pleasure in her company, either."
Harlow jerked free, laughing liU dli
belief, his leek at onee unpleasant and
suspicion?,
"Tell that te the murines." Lf
j.'cred. He threw the deer open and
went out. In the hall Kendric could
Jiear his steps sounding quirk and ia;cr.,
Kendric returned te liif, ebuir, j,tr '
pleed. Then again lie sprung up,
throwing out Ids hands, slinking hU
shoulders as though te rid them of t
troublesome weight.
"Toe much IhiiikniR isn't geed for a
niun." he told himself llslitij. "Th'
gaine'.s iiiade: let her roll!"
He tool, -i cigar from the tnh'e, lighted
It and passed through the hath and ad
joining room. A deer opened te the
outer corridor. He stepped out upon
the flagstones and "strolled down the
aisle Hanked en one tdde bj the adobe
wall of the house, en th e't'i-r by the
white columns' and arches.
The night was fine, char and slaillt;
tin- fraifiance of a thousand flew pi n ln
I einy upon the air: Hie babble if the
outdoor fountain made merrj music, Hy
h fl the s-timc fleer for t'he gnnelcd'
dLiewnj and put his head hack te tend,
n little ptiTf of iiueke upward toward
ine uas;i e .turn.
:
..i,
(,
s n poed efil land. :il thai " he
. "Hig and clean a:id wide open."'
.strolled mi. looking i , right nnd
,,.r.
Lefeie llllil the e.inlcns .mi inril"
lieeil(,MTte(. Hill (here were patelid of,'.'
linpcnetrahle lilackness under Hie uktw
:.'" ?.'.-. """''" -inu sieppcu;
ll was Utile higher than his head
ii nd
Would he no elkliiele III il-ell. lie
mil his hand", gripped the tup
I went up.
sliefi
and.
I'n hp (nutiiiued tomorrow
I'llOTUI'I.WM
I fl,TI,c NIXON-NlRDLlNGtl
LrV fHECATRES
iRfn
BLiLMONT
...'ii m.ui i mm.m:t '
'ID i nl I. ,111 11 I'. X.
1liiini.s Mrlshmi. I.l.irli SHiin.iin,
lle'ii. Kill. eris, llrhr liaiilds , I Hi Iff ti
"MALE AND FEMALE"
EDAR
mm . ti mw .wb.NUM
'll' 7 .owl
r m. km ki m iii l(
7 THE DEPTHS" V
n' i r
"OUT OF
COLISEUM M",,;;, '" '""
oeth
Wallace Re?d and Agnc3 Ayres
J'l
MIL III, 1. 1, llll. 1. 1 lis '
JUMBO
I'Kl'M' SI
tlimiiiii Jiirii
&
mil Mm .WK
I 1 Ml ,fe il "L"
AM.-STlt ( s In
"THE MAN TRACKERS"
I FAnre 'Mr a. i m -n.it
WE.
i-.unu'lwl M VTIM.I IMII-i
i Wallace Rcid and Agnes AyreJ
' in "Tin; iici.i. una. 1. 1:"
' I nrriQT r'-" mi miui -iukkts
, L.Ws,UsJ1 f,,, , ;, n a ,1(, 30 tO 11
Inhniij ("-lurilij"! Mines A .Ml-Miir 1 .1H
"BURN-'EM-UP BARNES"
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