WEOTNG PTJBEIC LEDGBR-IH2i;Al)EL"PfiIA; FRlBAT, DEOBMBBR 16, 1921
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HSc Daily Mevie Magazine
CLOSE-UPS of the MOVIE GAME
By HENRY M. NEELY
' Famous Screen People Have Been "in Our Midst"
FOR the past two months we have hnd some very famous screen folk with us,
working quietly nnd unostentatiously se ns net te be disturbed. They rented
the studio at Betzwood, which was placed en the movie map by our own Mevie
Keauty Contest net se long age, and they have been making n picture that
premises te be one of the really "big" features of the coming year.
Yeu knew lletzwoed only as the home of the Toonerville Trelley comedies.
But they stepped making Toenervlllcs some time age nnd Dan Masen and the
company scattered, the former skipper new being en his way te California.
That left a cemplete motion-picture plant Idle. Over in New Yerk Oeerge
K. Relands, well known In the Industry as scenario writer, editor and director,
heard of It just as he was planning te produce a story he himself had written,
based en the famous Hebrew song. "Ell. EH." He came here, Interested capital
ists rind the result was the renting of the lletzwoed studies and the signing en
of a strong cast of players.
They've been sheeting out there ever since. 1 have been watching their
work nnd hoping te tell the fans nbeut It, but they asked me net te say anything
because they were nfraid that visitors would lnterfupt them nnd boost the cost of
the picture by cnustng delays. Visitors can de that, you knew. They are nn
expenslve luxury about a movie studio.
Yeu've seen "The Barricade" lately. And you undoubtedly wondered who
the man was who plajed the part of the quaint old Jewish parent and simply
"walked nwny with" the picture, ns they say In the profession. He was net
etarred by the director, but his verk made him the outstanding figure in the
Ills name was William Strauss. He is a veteran of the stage and has often
been seen with David Wnrlicld and in Warfleld's roles. Strauss Is one of the
players who have been working at Betzwood.
Anether 1" Mrs. Rebecca Welntrnub, who was released from the Irving
IMace Theatre in New Yerk especially te come here for this film.
Anether is Jane Themas, whom veu hnve seen In "The North Wind's
MnHcc," "ItestlebS Wives" nnd n let of the Rex Beach pictures. Then there
Is Lee Kohlmar, noted en the stage n the Bernard In "Petnch and l'erlmuttcr,"
and en the bcrecn in such things ns "The Secret Gift" nnd "Beautifully Trim
med." Arthur Ashley was still another of this company. He himself has had quite '
a career as a director, and ns nn arter plnved nearly four years with Vltagrnph,
a year with the old Thanheuser, wa-s featured by World Films In "The Iren
Ring." "Rasputin, the Black Menk." "Shall We Forgive Her?" and a let of
ethers, and by Goldwyn In several big productions.
Pretty Betty Howe, who has nn important part, is n comparative new
comer, but people around the New Yerk studies arc pointing te her ns a likely
candidate for future stardom.
The story Is another one of these "mother" themes, with Its beginning
among the lowly folk of Russia, its development In the success-winning immi
grant te this country nnd Its climax in n tcar-cempelling sequence that brings
verytJjIng out nil right after all.
' FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK OF STARS
The Mevie Fans Letter-Bex
KUIIen, 2502 Meredith street.
"Where were you for a few days?
Don't get your readers all 'bet up' and
excited. Why, de you knew, you have
SOME following with E. P. L. read
ers? I like your shert-nrm jolts that
carry n K. O. Yeu believe In saying
black w BLACK nnd, believe me, I
like your coinage and the policy of the
paper that stands back of you. If we
had' a few nnd I mean just a few
mdre fearless writers like you and the
paper you represent we would hnve bet
ter movies. And that's that!
"I was .sorry te see your place in
the E. P. L. taken up by less inter
"I am ambitious te learn te express
my thoughts in writing se that I can,
by my pen, say the things you se forci
bly put forth te save the movies from
the promoters who are slowly but surely
killing them. I had made, as nearly
as I am capeble. the same remarks
about some pictures in a letter te a
photoplay-writing school. I expressed
the view that the promoters were kill
ing the 'geese' bv cheap plays and peer,
illogical direction. I contended that a
rettel I mean it director could kill
the best story ever written nnd that
a high-class director could take a peer
WILL PAYNE HOPES
TO PUT BUSINESS
OVER LOVE IN FILM
m$tBm - j v Sir i
Awmmm st Jffl
igaHV JRBnvmV !
PATSY RI'TH MILLER
EMERALDS NOT IN FAVOR
FOR ENGAGEMENT RINGS
story and nt least make it peible
for nn evening's entertainment.
"Nene of us is without fault and
we are all of us just a wee bit nwnv
from being angels. I knew some men
who nre pretty raw in a moral spum1. I Jewelers Here De Net Think Dla
but I have heard these very men utter mnndn Will Be Rcelaced
a howl of dlgut at some of the sug- mends Will Be Hcpiacea
gestive actions in a picture that did American girls will be forced te fall
net call for Mich actions, but m wtiicn 'out 0f (,tJit jn ti,p nt".t
rnn were put wmi a mihuiKen ,ucu I ri,,
that the nublii' likes rottenness. rings
I always think of tbi.i remark 'If
better were within, better would come
out' in thinking of the director who
directed this picture. I stated that
the public was being educated te first
class pictures and wanted none ether
thnn clean, wholesome, pleasing plays.
Ask them te explain why people come
laughing from a serious play and come
laway glum and down-faced from a
cemeuy. Tneir letter stated tnat I
would learn some day and that I was
a peer judge of human nature.
"Perhaps I nm all they my, but
some day I will learn te express my i,'-, , ,es. . , a
views AS YOU EXPRESS YOURS Philadelphia .lew
It ib reported that In England
the fashion Is te fellow the Princess
Mary and wear an emerald instead of
the well-known diamond. But pioml pieml
ncnt jewelers here s-uj "there would net
be enough te go around."' In the liri-t
place, emeralds nre much mere ppcn-me
thnn diamonds, nnd few people would be
able te purchase them. Again. tlie
would have te be cut large in order te
show off their color, mid. lusth, n ban
has been put in the emrrahK that" u-eil
te come from Seuth America, and the
markets are depleted.
Charles J. Maxwell, prcMdent of the
cern Association, sa
of the Cubs; Clinten Rogers oedrufT,
of the Clill Service Coinmlsleii, and
Hairy M. Levy, will have charge of the
distribution of gifU. Downtown chil
dren will be cenvejed te KeJth'i
Theatre: these from West Philadel
phia te Nlen's Theatre; Gcrmnntewn
miiiiII folk te the Colenin! Theatre, nnd
these of North PMIadclphln te the Al
By Lee Pape
Pep was smeaklng and thinking nnd
I was doing my lesslns and wishing I
wnsent, and ma opened the setting room
deer te come In and the deer scrceked
like cnythlng, ma saying, New, Wi)
Ham, that deer still screeks after nil
Ivc scd te you en the subjeck. new I
refuse te come Inte the room till yeuvc
oiled It, for the 100th nnd last time
arc you going te oil that deer or are
you net? . , , ,
I nre, Immcedltly, sed pep. Id of had
it done long nge eny something hap
pened te prevent me.
What hnppcned, Id like te knew? scd
ma. and pep Fed, I forget nil about It.
Hew brilliant, sed ma, well Im going
te telefene te Mrs. Hews awlle, and
that deer had better of screcked its last
scrcek by the time I get threo; thnts
all I get te say. Have you any Idecr
of the Hews telefene number?
Yes, I blecvc It bns a v in it, scu
O keep quiet, scd ma. And she went
down stairs and pep stepped reeding
the paper and stretched himself, saying,
Well, I gess I get te oil that con cen con
fewnded deer. And he started te reed
the paper agen, me thinking. O, he for fer
crnt nil nbeut It nsen. Ill de It nnd ser-
prize him. And I went nnd get the
oil can and squcricu en en me ihhrc
nnd the deer stepped scrccklng, and
l m.if ennn mi mine nn. unvinz. Well
Willvtun. is that deer oiled?
Wat, O that deer, well you see that
went take me a mlnnit, scd pep, and
ma sod, Wlllyum Potts, yeurc n ter
nble man nnd I went speck te you for
,i week and mabe a munth. And she
tiled the deer nnd It dldcnt screek, ma
avlng, Wlllyum. you did se oil it, O
louse ixpiisp me for misjudging you.
Well, 111 let it go this time but Im
gitting tired of being misjudged, sed
pep looking like somebody trying net
te leek scrprized, nnd I sed, Hay pep.
smell my lingers, de you wunt te smell
something funny. And I stuck ray
fingers ngenst Ijls nose before he had
n chance te say he dldcnt wunt te smell
them, nnd he smelt the oil, saying, Very
funny Indeed, go and wash them and
take 'this dime and dent spend It all in
one place unless it happens te be the
Wlch it dhL
Caught After Leng Search
After nenrly four years' search by
polieo, Charles Cray, wanted for the
killing of Detective Oeerge Williams
n .Innuarv !). 1018, was arrested yes
terday nfternoen nt Atlantic City.
William!, who wns called the "Colored
Snntn Clans," was shot en Sixteenth
street while making nn nrrcst. Three
we te implicated, one of whom wns tried
and acquitted, a becend died, end Gray
Is the third. He will be brought te
AMATEURS TO GIVE PLAY
''Tallor-Made Man" te Be Presented
by Penn Charter Soelety
"A Tnllor-Mnde Man" will be pre
sented tonight In the ballroom of the
Bcllevue-Stratferit by the Penn Charter
Literary Society as its nineteenth nn
Among theso in the cast are: Quy E.
Mann, '22; Frederick Schanche, '23;
Aldcn N. Strang, '22; Themas E.
Frame, Jr., 25; F. Sherman Coeke,
'23 J Ersklne Bains, '23 J J. Dean Jely,
23; William II. Armstrong, '23;
Athcrten P. Wlllcecks, '24: J. Tor Ter Tor
rence Rugh, Jr.: Richard II. Reeve
21 James W. Oasc, '22: Henry W.
Jenes, 22i Charles K.. Elliett. '22;
Samuel A. Armstrong, '22.
II! PmAVtrftn v2Hl M nlHflirainiiMat. 1
a wwiius 'w uuraKuuraf
Notable Price Reductions
ANNE L. DEVLIN
S. 13th Street
In writing. I had contemplated taking
their course te get the inside dope
en the pictures, se that I could really
talk intelligently and correctly.
"Well. I did net take their course
and would thank you if you could sug
gest a way te study the 'Inside' of
"Excuse the length of this letter and
one parting shot. Give them h for
the geed of the nrt of motion pictures.
I want te see them get "better and I
would hntc te see them stand as tbey
that emeralds are net in style antwny.
and he rather thinks thej newr will be.
veu te say that
(It s mighty nice of yi
don't you think I nm entitled te nt
least one week's vacation In a year?
Getting en the 'Inside' of the movies
is a hopeless preposition at the present
time, for It can be done only by getting
a job in a studio and there are no jobs
te be had in these days of doldrums.
But you den t need that kind et a i
thing te write scennries. The school
you mention I could net print the
name, of course Is, as n matter of i
fact, a very geed one and has graduated '
mere successful script writers than any
ether in the country. But the greatest
school Is the moving-picture theatre
itself. There are a number of geed
books en photoplay writing. Yeu can ,
get a list from nny of the book stores.
They are all helpful. Don't hesitate i
I te write me again n jeu um puzxicu
A. C, 2410 Seuth Tenth street: If,
by "full set," you mean you want pic
ture postcards of everj film player new
before the public. I don't bellove you
can get it. There nre several firms
uhn make a snecialty of uniform -dxe
LIB entertainment ana inspiniuuu. pictures, xeu can nna a uat ei mem
Sugar-candy heroes nnd heroines will the advertising columns of almea
till be with us In sufficient numbers te I any 0f the fan magazines.
eatisfy a certain nuaience, nua ler w
first time the neglected factor will be
""""By CONSTANCE PALMER
I SPENT this morning ever at Real
art, as usual having the time of my
Ufa. Sometimes I think It's net right
te have se much fun earning a living.
There was only one company work
ing, Wanda Hnwley's, but. I count the
ime well spent inasmuch as I met Will
Payne, the Saturday Evening Pest
writer whose stories you have all en
joyed. He has only lately become af
filiated with pictures, and seems te be
Tastly interested, in his quiet way. He
wref Miss Hawley's present story and
has some new ideas with regard te his
future as a screen writer.
Although it is one of Moses Ten In
structions te picture craftsmen that 75
per cent of audiences arc women, Mr.
t. ;C trnlni? te take mere man into
his ken and write business stories for
CUBS TO BE SANTA CLAUSES
Judges and City Officials Will Take
Peer Children te Theatres
Final arrangements for the cnter-
i talniiient of between l.'OO and 0(100 j
orphans and crippled children In the
holiday season were completed jester- I
day at a meeting of the Cubs' in the i
office of Judge J. Willis Martin, City i
Hall, The membership of the Cubs is i
i composed of Judges et the various i
1 Courts, municipal officials, theatrical
managers, merchants and lepre.sentii-
tlves of newspapers
i The children will be taken from I
Institutions nnd homes te theatres te
be entprtalned by volunteer performers. ,
'Alse each child will receive a box of
enndy und a toy.
The gift committee which Is com
posed of Director t'ortcljeu, piesident1
UAVE you some
,.L.n (ntn rnrtstrlprntlen
Mr Payne Is white-haired and
charming and gentle, "there were
mere men of his caliber In this world It
would be a better place.
Anether person of interest en Miss
Hawley's set was Charles Stevenson,
who came from New Yerk only three
weeks uge. He was shepherd of the
Lambs' Club for mnny yenrs. nnd, I
Relieve, is the only one en the const
new. with the exception of William
Courtleigh. Besides being important in
' the Lambs, he is prominent In the Ac
tors' Equity. , ,., .
This Is his first visit te California,
but I didn't have a chance te talk with
him lengsr tlian te hear his comments
en the climate.
Florence Roberts Is In Constance
Blnney's supporting cast. This is her
Becend time in pictures, the first being
a period with Mutual seven years age.
A' queer coincidence Is the fact that at
that time bhe played In a story written
by Elmer Harris, and is new playing
in another. Mr. Harris being supervis
ing directer1 of Realart.
"Nice Jack Mulhall Is Mis.. Binney's
leading man, Edvtbe Chapman plays a
mm and Bertram Ornssby his usual
They seem te be having a let of trou
ble ever th production et "Omar Khay
yam," directed by Ferdinand Pinney
Karle, the artist. He finished the pro pre pro
duetlen and started te cut the film when,
." Je and beheld' he came te the cutting
room ene morning te llnd it stripped
eleun. The stockholders had decided
k they didn't like the way things were go-
T V ' 'i .-!. .V.lna lltm-nllv lllfn their
pvw hands, New they lire fighting the
fhlrig In court, Mr. Earle cannlly stat-
r that he is holding out 15.000 feet
ei. me must wKHiMM i'"- v -
n.Uv num. Iie'h had such trouble all
through the production, what with about
rffvftnn uroPKiieuieiH cuiuiituaii.T uuuci
f1' fet, offering suggestions. As this vh
V thftir ilrst cxp?rleiice in motlen-plc-
Pigeon Thought Acter's Beard
Was Just Rignt for a Nest
E. A. WARREN, Ecrcen actor, has
a pet pigeon. The pigeon Is build
ing a nei-t. nnd thereby hangs a tail
or, rather! a beard.
Wnrren is in the habit of getting up
with the birds te make up for his role
In "Hungry Hearts," a Goldwyn pic
ture, in which he plays the iele of n
venernble father. He puts this beard
en hair by hair, except one portion en
the chin, like a goatee, which has a
peculiar twist. This twist hai been
photographed as part of the chnrncter,
se naturally it must be the name from
beginning te end of the picture
The ether dny Wnrren was awakened
by cries of disfess from his wife. "Oh.
dear! Oh, dear! What will we de
Jumping hastily out of bed, thp actor
saw hU wife gazing excitedly into the
air, and his r"t pigeon fljlng off with
his beard. It cost him exnetly twr
iiniirs. u nnir of barked shins, a let
of army language
one en your
, Klasse3? If se, I can think )f no gift
which will be mere appreciated than
! a pair of Oxford Eye Glasses, which,
you knew, when closed, are worn en
a chain or ribbon sauteir. I saw
1 some unusually attractive ones at
I Wall 6i Ochs, Opticians, 171G Chcst-
nut Street, made according te their
own exclusive design in green, yellow
or gray geld and unobtainable clse
1 where. It is a gift which is both
useful nnd artistic. The Oxford may
also be worn as a lorgnette. And I
was surprised te learn that Wall &
Ochs will insert far or near prescrip
tion lenses without extra charge te
IF YOU knew some one who has n
new home or who is expecting te
build in the near future, a Christmas
Gift for the house will perhaps be
mnri valued than a personal gift.
Andirons for the fireplace or ether
fnenlncn accessories are especially
appropriate at Christmas time nnd
.m. will find nm-fpctlv stunniiitr
Ne. 35 Flnil a. Marked Clgaicttp Paper things of this kind at the store of
A elgarettp paper is tal.-r fiein a j. Franklin Miller, 1612 Chestnut
packet of papers und is m. ikid It street. Brass and mahogany candle
is then mixed in with the ie-t nnd the stics for the mantelpiece, a brass
rferuier, placing tne papers nenea a k k f t, f t deer; attrnc
th table, immediately draws out the , "'"," ',,,.. of. i,'i, ,,,ic
live, uaumitu uuui otuj.e, "., v...-...
35kr- u -d i
The lack of technical knowledge op the part of a purchaser con
cerning glasses makes it advisable or even imperative te obtain them
where n high standard of quality and optical efficiency has been main
tained for many years from the firm of Wall & Ochs, Opticians.
ON CHRISTMAS morning, if you
receive u gift in a box which
bears the name of Bailey, Banks &
Biddle Company, won't you hesitate
before opening it te enjoy that little
thrill of anticipation which is sure
te be gratified? The box may con
tain a pearl necklace or it may con
tain a manicure set, but whatever
it contains, you will knew that the
article is the very best of its kind
obtainable. The gifts which I have
seen this yenr at Bailey's are even
mere exquisite than ever gifts ap
propriate for both men and wemen:
jewels which are unparalleled the
Polished Girdle Diamond; magnifi
cent pieces of silver, silver services
and the smaller pieces moderately
priced; beautiful desk sets, toilet
sets, mesh bags, clocks, overnight
nags, umbrellas, canes, etc.
the table, immediately
Most cigarette papers are ut en the
bias, that is, instead of the rerners be
lng square, they nre at an ancle. Whl'p
one paper is being marked, the p.icket
Is sprrplly turned around, su when the
paier is replaced two of its cnrnir will
protrude slightly. When he p'uies the
packet beneath the tabic, the performer
feels for the protruding coiners and
draws out the marked pap r.
Copyright, 1011, h'J Pubfif I.nlarr "empatii
wiiiiiiiBiiraiii'iiiiiiiiraiimiiiaiiniiiiii'ii'itiiiiraiiiiiii i' n " ewiiiwi'hiiei
Frem the quaint gardens of the
Far Off Orient
comes the fragrant Asce Tea
and his temper te
hri, and inoldentully
Max Under Is Versatile;
Even Designed Mevie Heuse
MAX UNDER, the little French
enmedv star, who starts work seen
nn his new two-reel burlesque of "The
Thre Musketeers." is the only film
celehrltv who wtltes his own stories, i
directs them, fctnrs, cuts und then
exhibits the finished product in his own
theatre, which he designed and built
Max operates a large screen house in
Purls. Most of the photoplay tneatrcs
tie nuacu an
scrap baskets, tea sets, aa well as a
invelv assortment of hand-painted
tinware, are only a few of the
ai tides I could mention. And don't
forget Miller's splendid line of elec
trical appliances. Gifts which ure
sure te please.
VORDS are inadequate te describe
the marvelous beauty and deli-
clmis flavor of the Fruits contained
in these cxciuisite Gift Baskets nt
i Hallowells' (Bread Deiew inestnui).
And have you seen the charming
1 hand-painted Baskets, all ready for
Christmas, whose brilliant hues har
monize bewitchingly with the color
ing of the Fruit Fruit se attrac-
i tively arranged that ene feels it im
mediately te be the work of an ar-
' tist a rosy-checked Ferell.i Pear
snuggling under a cluster of these
huge Hothouse Grapes from Bel-
1 gium, or a coy Lady Apple peeping
out from behind a Beurre d'Anjou
Pear? The prices of their nrieus
, Gift Baskets of Fruit range from
$5, $8, $10, $12, $15 $20, $25 te $50
and upward. And Hallewell's guar-
Vt'HAT man ever had enough silk
shirts? And if he saw the won
derful display at the store of Mac-
Uenald & Campbell, 1334-30 Chest
nut Street, he could net resist buying
some mere anyway. Se why net
irive him silk shirts for Christmas?
Yeu knew that you cannot make a
mistake if you purchase them from
a firm which holds such a high repu
tation among men who are fastidious
about their dress. Silk shirts you
will find there in all the newest
stripes and colors as well as a beau
tiful line of plain white shirts. A
gift of a silk shirt with tie, handker
chief and hose of harmonizing colors
is bound te win high favor en
Mann & Delecs
1102 CHESTNUT STREET
Dependable merchandise at proper prices ex
changeable before or after Christmas insur
ing satisfaction in Holiday buying. Splendid
boxing and all shipping done at our risk.
Our Bath Gowns and Lounging Robes are made in
our own workrooms proper cflt end fabrics are cer
tain ready te wear or made te your measure.
European and Demestic makers are new furniihing
fabrics that are new and of the right qualities all our
purchases are confined te us. '
Fine Broadcloth and Jersey Silks made ever our spe
cial patterns nil identical in cut Rendy-te-wear at
$8.50 and $10.00 each. Alse a cemplete line of all ether
HOSIERY AND GLOVES
Fer immediate needs or for Christmas Gifts our stocks
never were as complete.
Of Scotch nnd English fabrics in all weights. Made
te order, BUT READY-TO-WEAR in models that have a
cut that is unusual and here only.
SWEATERS, VESTS & JACKETS
A new importation of Scotch and English wools in
beautiful colorings se much ift demand for the holiday
PAJAMAS NIGHT SHIRTS
All our Pajamas and Night Shirts are made in our
workrooms proper fabric size and 'finish are the
requirements before the price is made.
AMH & DQLBCS
1102 CHESTNUT STREET
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 the theatre
in your locality obtaining pictures "through the Stanley Cem-
nanv et America.
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lnarnbra Met. dhv m - nvu. e3 J
UUNsr.I. SIMPSON In
1 "SNOW BLIND
ALLEGHLNY W&A .'?." "
in "hnpeh Tin: labii-
In "TIIK OATH"
ARCADIA S r . u ib r.
"BITS OF LIFE"
7CTnD FRANKUN QinARD AVB.
WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME'
BALTIMOKL EVK.G.SO SAT.MA T
NAOMI CIIiSU,KAGE"K GKASSK'
V-.T-V1K1 fUTU AND WOODLAND AVi:.
GREAT NORTHERN ?"? WW
.tmk! ettvfh cvnivoen's
"THE GOLDEN SNARE"
IMPERIAL SKI! hV
In "THE HPEED (illll
CHESTNUT Abeve DUOAD
D'alU 10 A. M. te 11:15 P. M.
LU:U IOl Gerraaniewn Ae. and
enign ralace Lehuh Avenu.
U II. 1.1 AM l)B MII.LE'.S
"AFTER THE SHOW"
I ItJCDTV UUOAD 4 COI.UM131A AV.
LlDHtM I MATINEE DAILY
BLUEBIRD OontinueM. j until 11
UIA 1KB n.l JACK lllH.Tn
"AFTER THK SHUW1
Orange Pcteee India Ceylon
Old Cauntru Slule
J.?rL "A. .! ,i..i f.itin. in- HiBr. htk, called Cinema.
; S3 H.tn Vmm m.t verv eiite iu "x" te Cinema, making Cleemax, there-
, EwMIv .wHevn lc iim v by c?lnljp? wara, dl? Pttf-nin
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At all our Stores
LJAVE you ever visited the Jamp
11 and fixture department in the
store of Walker & Kepler, 531
Chestnut Street? They have a truly
wonderful display of lamps: beauti
ful Japanese vase lamps with lovely
shades in exquisite colors, charm
ingly made with heavy fringe; small
lamps for the boudoir; exceedingly
ntti active bridge lamps with artis
tically painted parchment shades.
And the prices are se much lower
than I have seen elsewhere that it
will be well wdrth your while te
examine them. A lamp is a Christ
mas gift which will always be ap
preciated. And don't forget in this
age of electricity hew much the
children will enjoy electrical toys.
V- ill GnA tlmm of Wll. Jt.
... J . "7 .. '. 1U11 Will 1IIIU bl.V.l b IIH AI.1 Ufc
antee perfect delivery te any P-ace Kepler's as well as these faactnattnB
within 1000 miles. I eolerua ngnxe ter me i;nrisimaB Tree,
THERE is nothing like going into nn attractive little flower shop te give
irnn . the rpni riiristmnsRv fnelinrr. At Vollers, 12th and Sansom
Kfrnta. T nnw thn most levelv Christmas decorations holly wreaths
and all kinds of evergreen wreaths with bright red berries and ribbons.
Hew indicative of the warmth and cheer within arc wreaths in the
windows of a house! And you will be enchanted with the charming
uni,ntI, filial uii rrrnwitin- nlnntH ferns and crotons artistically ar
ranged with bright berries and ribbens,'while an especially original touch
! n .. (intnM ni- wn rvmvi fyTiTi nnnrrinir t rum liiu jiuiiuiui ub ud 4. lciilui
i piece for your Christmas dinner table you will find the little baskets filled
I I with evergreens nnd berries, and priced at only $3, te be perfectly
fascinating. ,m nmntni XaanmiTrnxr
THJS UHbCfmUA' DiASiU: inHuvy.ivn
BROTSWAY r.VH Vam:
In 'UNnEILIIil5I!AJ!,I', i
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CAPITOL 1(1 A. M in H IS P M
WAIAACE UEII .nd OI.OUIA SWANSON
"Don't Tell Everything
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DAVID POWELL .
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AT OTHER THEATRES
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R1ALTO, WEST CHESTER
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CHARLIE CHAPLIN In "POLICE
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