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'W" "ippn 1 yrf".' w'fry . v y u 13 VEXING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, 1TO2SDAY, - DECEMBER 2T, 1921 '$tf?x''mi''- " wwrvhiiriymmr ! K IJPv it I (ii I1 !if i SI' I f j. ii if i ft fte, Daily Mevie Magazine DREAMLAND ADVENTURES Santa Clatm' Sister Ily DADDY THE "GAG" MAN OF THE STUDIO TELLS HIS SECRETS THE ORIENT IS POPULAR THESE DAYS T.V KVKKY motion - pli J- Wjir-i-f" renii'ilir nre iiini cttup studio! In there U :i i KR" m mi He's the fellow who fur-' nl.lic ihe fimtiy lt nation t lint tn.ikr the nudieniT ihuclile. That sounds n let eif-ier tlmn It tenlly l. Th" "ens?" m.in is n Imililvi- ,,f Tnughs He fniMiriiri liis mum, al most. n nn eiisiurxr weuliJ eri'i t u biilldmc (iiveu n ccrtniu xitiintlen in A ft0rv. Iir vp 0U tn (',, fl ,c (, angles piihle. known m tlicatri' nl and nierif pnrliim-e n "ga;;!." Tlierr arc v;mmi kind. of "s.is' mcn-tln- man who sintiiK behind M, camera ilnt'inc the lilmin; of a tifivr comedy nml uliispi-r funny inlT inn the ilirrum's e.i ; the man who werk-u-ilJi the i(.iitinut' uiiier and din-rier of the lenjrr and n slnpsrii-k i-nnir tHl". uerl.inj out special Inmsli-gcttiii; tlllit. and the man who itiriiihr .,. "RaR that brighten up drama-1 a furnl.I lenifdy relief. (iettinc a Inusli i the movie I cil cil eus liiis-inc- requirinE ni'nli tljeuel mid labor by a poison itii an ininsiua tire mind. When tin- reiitimnri f" a live-ri-el renvdj i written tln 'f narle writer put. In all the laugh ' -nation h- can think of and tlmu 1 li "gac" man comes alone and add mere Sometime :i many a ri"ln dif ferent stunts are Mij;pied for 11 ccrtan n:enr before the 1 iilu one is tetmd. iuiple little "sac" that I ili'li'liii into -i JaWm- r TACK J nl CHAPTER 1 IllBRciy, Illjrgcty. Big!" and Janet sat up nnd looked bout In surprise. They lind been en, a dreamlike trip te Egypt when lliey had fell a tickling at their feet. They had kicked nnd jerked, and the kicking and jerking hnd brought them hack from Egypt quicker than n wink. Here they were again in Sleepy Wood Weod Woed chuck'H net. nud with lliein were Chip nuil Chipper Chipmuck, who also had been in Egypt. Hackee Chipmuck and hit wife were bifily tickling Chip and Chipper Chip-j wlille Dame Instinct wnx tickling I I wnlk in the snow, they fount! It linrtl I work. Tliey fell far behind uame in stinct, as they followed licr through the ! forest In search of the summer bird that I sang spring songs In the wintry weeds. I "Oh my. 1 am getting nil lived out," I puffed Janet. 1 Damn instinct looked back nnd saw I their trouble. "Wliv, you peer children" she ex claimed, "I feigpt you couldn't walk en top of the snow. I'll have te lis that." Dnine Instinct tore twins off n wil- Bhrlll, piping sound. She was whis tling, and she seemed very end nuil lonely. "What is the matter, Little Curly HcndV" nsked Dame Instinct. "Why arc you mnking Hint shrill, piping sound?" "I nin trying (e sing like a bird be .viiise, Hanta Claus forget me this year nnd dldn t bring inn the swcet-Miiging bird I nsked him for." i Dame Instinct looked nt Utile Curly- Head with pitying eyes CLUBMAN SLAIN IN WOODS B. In man nnd ppertsmnti, who missing Mncc last April nftcr leivi.4 Koapeke, Vn., te walk te the, XerihiJJi ueerKin unc, uiccuvcs reported WA yesterday. u'r Hnrscll, who undertook the tramnii, ' eN "XUV ." -'" t" 2 ' le A?""1 Jilii: L. Harsell'a Bedy Found Mitchell County, N. C. Ashcvllle. N. C. Dec. L'7. (By A I'.) A body feumi n me woeus op .-. - himtlnir J lichen County. lii been dent ur -an Alllcrrn, wnB believed te lave Tth 11. L. Unwell. wcnltliyNcv erk club-1 ,nnr,jc,r(, n u "Se thin It the dear llllle clrl Santa i Clans overlooked." she whispered, just loud enough for Jack nnd Janet te hear. ".My jelly old brother told me nbettt flier." I Jack nnd Jnnet were surprised at Mini. Was Santa. Clnus really Dame Instinct's brother? (In tomorrow's eltaplrr Dame stinct tells Curly-Head n story.) In- I. vei, .lenmi' uttle Ii i , .n a nt useally sf.cks te tieiitc iiarler miii'di i- c.inserving with 'iic!. .11. 1 Arab and such in her new pi 1 1:1 -. Eden nnd Relnin " Nete her Onenttil cetiime Often meant hearty THE MOVIE VAXS LETTER-BOX 1 -ih for n gig! IiihsIi geiicr. Ily HKXIIV M. NEEI.Y TIHJISE arc three aciiernl method of geifinj knigiis 111 motion piciure. line ilireiigli a funny .itiBitien. one h the n-n .f mechanical device and 'prep - 1 in k umbrella nnd the like and t.ie third b cleier (Hie that tit the Hi-Hun. Walter Reed, the "gas'' man at the I.askj West Cear tudi.. give. the fellow mi; eveu sure way In jet , laugh . Kirt Have a 1 huM Second I c of wat"! : a broken water niain r a Heed in a reception , room Third A panic enined b water, fire or .tcatn. Fourth. A .i-a re. with wild 11111 Ulalti: a man being brme witli a lien behind him. ' Fifth. .Iit,iken idenlit. Sixth fhcrbi-aring wife. The mat rimonial "gag" ha hundreds of vari vari mien Seventh Shewmc a pratical joker jetting ,-aught in hi n 11 trap "TVTOST of our proem -iini 'gag"-' A'-- -eme trein the old variety show of thtrty-livc year. age." explained Eccd. who has been in the theatrical profession as actor, stue maniigci-. di rector and producer since 1V.11. "You'd be surprised if I told you thai Mul Mul Mul doen's Picnic' the old Iiish standby which Unrry and Fayc appeared 111 thirty-eight ycan age. ha furnished the basis for mere than fifty plays and as, mdny comedy picture. Tin. plu had mere fundamental 'gag' than a hundred recent pla Every time a 'gag' man gets Muck he thtnkf 'Mill 'Mill 'Mill Uoen' Picnic.' "The piny told the trj l the neni IrWiman aiid lue friend, a little ig ig nerau Iri-liinnn. who was ulna; get ting into trouble Yeu i-nu ee the pessibillnes in s'nii a situation. The life of a "gag'' man in n motion picture studio is no bed of roc. Ii is jut one comedy iuutien after an other. It is hard te tell a futinv ter in the parlor, but that in'r anything compared with putting a t mm v ' gag en the screen. '. K. S.. Mth mid I.tnllew slrecl. wiiteM in in av another '-lii! wi.ril" en the -ih.irt "f Mill Sllllill Iternliii'ilt piitiire. In regard te it." he ai. "I take from my dinry that I nv if at 11 MiCRtie 111 Third and Market int. Jnnunt :!l. mill, and the n.iinc .( n wtis '.Jeanne l,.i.. l.llli.tll II. II. Willi ". n,lli:el wnni veii av 11 be u 1 Ruihdpi. abn abn t.ne. 1 II tiii, by von. He' about the meit nriieie, ,reei! 111 im- I've ever een " S.. 11 Je ak a few i'uetien-i which v f 1 r te answer a follew: That fellow 'Urnnflie I'.illy." who nl nay plated in Western pictine.." i no longer acting for the piitute Mi till, tie t .1 a I! Af l..ln..At. n...l .1.., ..... ..u,... .. ,. ... .,,. . 4 nill.1 -I'll , huh in,- in-' . time I heard of him was that In- limit '''".'" ,1 m ,r,e.,,.nL. ... . .I...! .1 I.....l I I'tltl I .,., 11,1' ! l III , lllll.-Mill lIMt 1,11 1,1 V.MI 'tie i goed-lonkitig, he will get away witli reltcn nctlng. "And Y1" said he wa goud-lneking ,hen ;ou knew for a fact that he is I net half a geed-looking a our own Wnllic IUdd. ' "Well: I guess I've aid mv piece, lint lii'feie I cee I Mould like nu te kimn thai 1 admire a teal ai Im- and I would like J oil te tell me if he married, hi age nnd hi nddre. T ' n'fer te Ciillen l.jindi. Thank ou. 1 I lulmite .Mm e much n I adnilre t'ul , leii and "U eau tell the wmld I like ithiit "bv I'.ut 1 won't get .nie If jeu don't like Ciillen." j i Well. ue . that' might; niie of I inn. Mr. i!iae. And I'm glad that w m't have te disagree about Ciillen . for I De like him P.n' I tell win his age for tlie simple nun Jack and Janel ".My. I thought you never would j wake up." said Dame Instinct, a Mie I blinked their eyes open. ' "We came near sleeping until spring." said Jack. "We were with Sleep Woodchuck in Egypt when you tii kled our tee." ; "I thought as much," said Dame In- , stunt. "It was a geed thing I ful-1 lowed jeu here or ,ieu would have' missed all the fun of winter. I'.ut luirrv new. The new bus come, and we inusi lind the summer bird who sings spring songs in the chilly weed". or he -is sine te perish of cold and hunger." Ilaikee Chipmuck hurried hi" chil dren along with a eufT en the ear. I feel sleepy m.iself." Hackee said. "I tliinU I'll lake u little sneeze until the storm i.s ever." And Hackee Chipmiuk did lake a sneeze, dropping etf Inte a nap as seen a he get hnck te hi own cave, and Mrs. 11m kee Chipmuck and Chip and Chipper Chipmuck fell asleep, tee, "That will tin theni geed," said Dame Instinct. "They will be nice and cezj heie while the cold winds blew out side." Dame Instinct led Jack and Janet op through the Chipmuck's tunnel, te I be outside deer. "Whoe-oo-iio '." the wind reared at them. Tlckel) -tap! Ticki'ty-tnp! Hard snow pelted I hem In the face. "Old Mini Winter I here," cried Dame Instinct. "Oh. the Miew is si deep we can't I walk in It." cried Janel. "Heiglity teighty, that' easily titcd." cried Dame Instinct. She tapped Jii'k and Janet umartly en th.' bead while she lepented strange word. "l'.iRgcly. liijgety, big. Crew as fnt as a greedy pig." As Dame Instinct said these word .laik and Janet became children again, and the snow was no deeper than their knee. As for Dame Instinct liereett, she grew into a beautiful young prin i ess all drescd in white furs-. Hut when Jink and Janet tiled te low tree and quickly fashioned them into sr,owshecs. She was very clever with her lingers, nuil was helped by her fairy powers. In less time than It takes te tell. Mm snowshoes were finished. Dame Instinct fastened one pnlr en Janel "s feet nnd the ether pair en Jeck's feet "Hurrah! This Is fun." cried Jack. I and be began te run. One snowshoe ! tee caught in a vine. Over went Jack, ! eulrkcr thnn scat, bur) Ins bis neic In the snow. "Ha: Ha! Ha '." laughed Dame In- . lATttAI srr.ci.U, itnTnr.itAVUitr. .,t, ' . ! i,.,i. ......i-t.wl Imel- te tilu Suprlmenl w 11 li Usiietl Irlilny. .lanusrv Mlnct, as .luck Mrtlgglud hack te tin,. 'm th0 Kvcn,,c rui,tie Tdccr, chewinu feet. "Yeu have te learn te walk up ;'(, Uclaware Jttvcr llrldBf. -Adv. fore you call expect te run." s . "New we will seen lind Mint summer ' bird." cried Dame Instinct. Mnrting off faster thnn before. t ' Soen (hey heard n shrill piping sound. , The shrill piping sound led them te n leg cabin In the di ""P weeds. At the window of this heue was a little otirly etirly headed girl. And It was Mils Uttle curly-headed girl who was making Mm Aftcr-Diimcr Tricks mlMwA - VU' :-)". ft Vv ''' ''.''''J : ."'.V'-"-y' Fl&i 13 (range te an e. 1.1 Cbangiiig an App'c I Cut an orange Inlo qunrters and i carefully peel the skin off each part Plaster the orange peels en te an apple of about l lie same size, nnd the finished product will cicely resemble n genuine I orange. Place the Unit nt inn orange In a dish of fruit. J Ever; one will be surprised when teu take an orange, peel off the skin and lind an apple iniilc. i i e;,iriat.', I'tit. hj I'uh'tv T rdgrr rempatt! iiavi: vor nr.KN kissi:d? IIi.w te kl what te 'te linw te nri -Uies' ts Hi" ruIij'ci of r Ercat pag h' i hnrtf V lnil:" in th Mnirnzltie Portion ..' nixt Sunitav n rvni.tr l.KMiKii lrfi-. mi). A i any tate he i net mting an) t mere. Neither Albe Lake nM- Marien j Davie i married te my knowledge, i Mis. Lake i twentv-feui' year old. bur I de net knew Mis 1 ta !' eact age. but should judge she i aieund twenty. eight. In regard te my "frank opinion of both" I can only snv Mint ' tney ate moderately capalde and verv popular lendin "Encliantnient witu mi' Mint Mi D.ivi,- forte I coined) rather than drama icnni Hint he relues te state It In ntiv of the biographic 1 hae of him. Address him i-nrc of (iidilwvn. Culver f'itv, Calif. He i t'icie new working under the diii-ctleii of Ruiierc Ilugbes, in "Remeiiibruin e." Yes ': lie' mar ried anil hi Christina present tlii5! j en r is a b.and-new babj daugliter. i II. S. eely. '! l.fr Lf..Al .... 1,. ,, . -...,, ,ril,,r., V.llll adies It you ve seen . lJf. -Stimrt Helmes is at pieent work- i.iiun ."ii I'm "'" Hi" Wit I lev ncl-nie oil "Tin Tei. ener of Zemin." Address hint nt the Metre studies. Hollywood. Calif. Ne: . , ,. " ,..,.. ,. . ,' I dniibt if we are relative. There are Jehn f.raws. Mild .Meme street. etlly f,.. 0f my branch of the faiullv 'V, 'i....' .1 ' . ,,1. . i .'. . ,'K" '" Philadelphia, and I knew them all. ill lili' l'X..l.w I I. III. is l.rin.r.li IIIMII .Mniy l.eimaide te yourself is exactly what 1 have been looking for. Yeu at- .-..!.. i '..i .:..., ...i .1.- i in.. ini'k ' i i :. ,' i inn ..in, ! iiiii'vii , iikc . ... '" ' -- .... .i.f,wk. tn,.- --I ......1. 1 ....... .. ... .,..". -,i,,' i n,H fj- nun- 1111- ant. I'd like te tell "em what 1 think "Will i" til' Wlp," who ilee.n'l want me te publish her name and all et (he whole bunch." feeds te de It ill verse, HARRY MYERS ONCE PLAYED HERE IS STOCK ACTOR ei any mere. "Well, new; that's tee bad. I'mr "ii needn't werty. I like ion twice as much a I ever did and I'e liked jeu a great deal since I read the irr arti cle wiitien by Mm 7 admite )eiir fi.itikness n' opinion and the livelj wav tm wriie. And Mary uei te like Miu, tee. tut. sju, e you don't admire Rudelph Valentine, whv ou are no geed. Se nun Ii for Mary. "Thedn Mara used te be my favorite tar and I cert.linlv would bae one swell lime hating i-verbeiis who didn't1 Te admire her because I ui.l. ISuf wlien i '" If i eme te liking fiats et my n'ii ex. r si wh). I ilnn't even knew- ltudelnh i i l'r..m tl alhe and it' net hei-nue he i Iinl inn. The reaen i that he i uch a leni-etted DF thar lie doesn't care hewC!i, '" "' he aits, anil lie needn't think that nil , ,..T1!, '.'",'.!",. i 11 1,1- w And !l)Ucl. lit' pit If 'lie. j rx t)ie ,Mn h- n .- AVuuM n-'w wtia U'liJ v a i , m ; . .. r-u vf i'!..ir.e lit , i r 1 1 ) .. v 1 An ! M:t n 1 Hpuill 11.4 HC.JU4 H h '5U'1 th lih lux uk y i h. se fully n'j"! muss) v ugsv h Jin. fall uf .he Hit y l'a?n pre'.- i That ' lert of Tre l'! rath'r s" P-ila NVri. Whu ,' lcat ht th m xch "f ',np fans mp lil' Miirv jintl ihl. h' u Mr-I rf pi. tur ih "TTrann ' of ill rt. uf llf in ' wil I nl hf n'c- of h humble horn- H! RRY remembered be old MYERS, who may by natrens of the 'ilrard Avenue Thcatje, and who al-e lived ii tin ity when he was a mem ber of the Kerepaugh Sleck Company for two .ears or mere, has scored an other Mices ,,ii the i rccn playing op posite Duns May in ner iaret mniedy drama "I!e Cni.j Jjir, in made ii big hit in "A Cenue. tn ui Yankee in King Arthur's Court ha another file n Mil latest ii-eilui 'ion whuh ht him i.kf a new glove AHh'iug'i Ue i hi Ii,. emit th,it:e M)ers ha.- I. ad n most mii esuful and iil'erestin; fatter lie was born In New Ilavn Conn . a nephew of Madame Khca Hi early tiie.itiii.al a.sociatieus gave Dim a natural bent for tbc stage. nnd at the ase of eighteen, after a mere or less desultory schooling, he joined the Gtrard Avenue Theatre Stock Com pany In this city. He played "bits" ier two seu'-en. whenever he could get H chnnte. I'etwcen tbee ilianies be Xas "prep liev." "gups' nnd general handy man Then he emerged a- a juvenile .eud. and bcennu i member ei iln- I'erep.i igh Stock Ci-nipMiiy here. Mjrr then went en tin rnii .n upei upei lelre. with a number of we.i-hiiewn Htarfi. duting which nine he iii.vl in (iraustnrk" nml crenled semewluit of .i Ur with his interpretation of the ioio ieio ioie edy role of "Harry Anguish ' A' ting en the advice of n friend, be .leined il.e l.llbln forces heie. when tliat pien company was just in n nneitiei Vas a I. tt lingo. Heu) te Raise Pearls By J. P. McEVOY OKAI ar" nciitiiiiKil (iiiidauce .Series EAIiI.S. a iner eM'iybedv knew 111'" Ihe tears cried li eyters w l.en tuei ii.ie lieen nnpecd upon. Se me way te ruts" pearl i nbueu. First . ge out nnd lind a bed i." n;Ml Yen mar Jiel riinl one tlie iitt or vei einl Un.e. tint it miu keep tin. King you win Mm go home and wait. 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The CONTINENTAL LIMITED, another geed train with standard and tourist sleepers, observa tion car and diner, leaves C. & N. W. Terminal, Chicago, at 10:30 a. m. - Our Illustrated booklet. "Cutifernl Cilia Yeu" tell you wiere te go and what te see. Write for your copy. Fer Information jk U. M. Dttii. Cen'l gent, C. K. W. By.. 144 Widener Bide.. iS Cbeitnut St., Philiddphii Phene Spruce 0931 F. L. Feaklni, Cen'l Aeent, U. P. Syitem, jeS Cem'l Truit Hide, 15th Market Stl., Philadelphia, Phene Locust 4763 CMcag &NertKWestern UnienPacific System I'lieriii'i.ws riioTeri.AY.s rneTni'i,.Yi StflTWlATi"' THMi COMMJIV r . The following theatres obtain their pictures through the STANLEY Company of America, which is a guarantee of parly showing of the finest productions. Ask for the theatre in, your locality obtaining pictures through the Stanley Com pany of America. 5H0TOPUTf cemiiaky r- a prAtttmtA. Alhambrn ft";. ?ti?l,'s "i&WWi ' 3REAT NORTHERN ??Sl u ! ""VP mi; (ttlll-r pi'epli' have. ll mil 1 , 1 1 .- Aut inn hitM" foil ml .Mi'ir In ij 1,-in-fnllv Mini bni-U tlif i-e pi- 'l'hf uisn-ii will be lciplns "ii ilieir lnvUs. i'uni t Jinn ever fin tlirir f.T-fs nnd Civr null 'lir('i smnrl rap hi-twi'cn ih 'nrtldir Tlii ill waki' tiirin up TIipv iifi- tiii'v r'.id-. 'ii In impe-iM upon KANWIlll.K tlif- e.rtfr aiv wm-k- jnu Tliev .ire mnkin: if thn n.vntcr iraf-l"rs nijlit I pnarl out and dar Tin1 wnr 1I1T de ii i ciy -impie. 'Nml 1 nulil de it eitr.flf if vni iinir nr 1 ey 1 or 'I'liey t'v t ji-i ii" rnri' 1 1 lili-kfT out. Imt Old' f-an ' n lllPr sian ii-jins about ii. 'I'liry think iihnii' a'i tin- mi'iitt trick- thai 'iavp lin piayd upon ilmm t'tid ihf-j mv - 1I1 . Linn. 'I'liry lliililt of what n.iglr iii,r bn slinilid tiirin instniil nf nstr.' dl.U jniii- n'stfr fiiiuli' w.ili tin- crai kcr--articliekps, nf v-lm-li tin 1 11 .- Inft band and inserr a lnrse crcw- I vrry tnnd r.v-abu intdens e" ri-cn driver in bis fnie. Th osier will 1"- Uoquefert flifpsf. When tlipy think 01' .l.t. but npvpr mind. Yeu must. b ' bow tlipy mislir linvr bad Itrviuofert firm. In thp eppains made bv Hip i c1icpp iti'tfad of oyster i-iaikprs thpy srrpdiiM-r inspri a picre of oyster IT an eytfr se mad n I hi' mnnitp tic .spf? (raidtpr. Netlm? niakp an e.vsti ni-l.i'i the evst.r 1 iiuki'i'. lii will spI.p upun i ati raisin it and trv te iM" i r ion inusr vicllani I'" 1101 li-t him foil you. piv still tianipf. iinuuy nil i.'ipsp. tears i-eatrulatp, rongenl and crystallize, around tlip't' eysli'r rracker. and In tiiiin these tears inak'' thu p-niN you b It n,., i.vi.ipi iiisni.i i,i utieirieii or iiiiiiy ' mud I1 dei-ii'i iiinlie tiiMi-h dilti-i pih ' ilui' Kit 'ir.j; : ' nll Mi'ind ' , . ' I 1 1:11' I . ' II i'I.I"! I ll . . in. I I ll' " tnil"i I' .-'! ,; 1, , ,11 1 IMp' - In ii ' I 'I 1. 1' ! .IP 'ilK,"l . I'liki-i im ma' ih"U un te in" rii'M -lei ,iinl repeii; 1. ip. ijivl.1tien. 'linn Of i-niir". bv tlii! tune rmj Im tiled wattinc and have died, bu isn t tii nti'i-s,' fault. Yeu n.adp Mull l'P 0 ,li de is .11 1 infill . Tiie 'lie llll'l get If'UI ipihIv. 111iHM.1t vt lit, -1 rri.r.Mi.s ; . . V In J i-Ht - III '. I'l .IJ v , I 1 - .i . H t.i-1 11 h T' "i mi I'tib 1 e'lrf , IiJ-f .laniai li .1 ih J I,, cA Try This I II lllv III ll III I 1,1 1 N,ilu s,uI" Put z IH I r III 1 Ill'lllHllllililf ' IJll iblrpoenfnla chnce- !'lll t II I 1 I II llllrT V ''" yruP '",0 balir, ' 111' t- ' W ',d,, ltr eM n,IIU "nd I U "ll CM VV III I " ,p'cl ' ,"lti '''k' It I A 1 ll I w'" Th"' m,h" III ll A I llllllll II j dellcieu. chetnlur W til f ll I milk hnke. l' 1 1 Uni " 1 1 t Iff that ma, U ly them Aaaa 5 " " rusher hVd JJa.lT MAY ALLISON In "II1C. (lA.MI (itnitt.i; mi',1. mini's , "THE SHEIK" ' AD'ni 1 O '' TllOMPSO.N UTS l,l,srH (AST In "A TALE OF TWO WORLDS' , AKCAJJIA 111 . M tn II K, f M ETHEL CLAYTON , in"i:xrr tjji; Mi'l'. ' A CThtJ KHANM.IN & i.ll'.Mlll ,1W, AblvJK mviim.'-' ii.vit.v MARION DAVIES In rNMIAVrMKVP; CONSTANCE BINNEY in "Tin: MAj.irrri : lihlSiN matim:ij dailt GLORIA SWANSON ! lHjjt NiycuTniL1'-11- ' KTifTr O I O YS Hreail SiiMim-Hanm ' DLUlliDll'L' i-ontlnueuB y n '1 11 1 MARION DAVIES In "KM'IIANTMKN'.I"' . I.iin-i .V Sumit in l,i aiiH 'J r Ji The NIXON-NlRDLINGERfll THEATRES U I1DI7DI A I neTlt k illl llir-kl, M..u. .?,(). MME. NAZIMOVA In 'CAMIl.rX" I WAl.M T HTS. , t:iS. 7 i 0 ; MIRIAM COOPER In "Till: NKltlADlt" KAR! TDN" niTMir Af.ev 11110AU CFDAR Wallace Reid & Elsie Fergusen ' RICHARD TALMADGE 1 Dpi i-vistt tin Annin MARKET DHL.1V1U1N li ,:!t)" 3, nn .til 30 i 11 r. M." AI.1.HTA1I I-1ST in "FACE OF THE WORLD" r.OTII t, f-.IIl! AVENL't" 1 :ie iiini a ; in ii 9 P M III "PI. Lehigh Pal i:il lllltDTMIV i.,',m!,,itn,in Ii nnrl tiCQ i-h.sii Anue . I In "TAKING f HAM IV MARION DAVIES III "I.M II WTMI'.NT" BROADWAY I IRFRTV i-'teMJ ffii.i miiia av. i-.iijii 1 1 .uatim:i; iaii.v PAULINE STARK In "SAIAATjIIX NKI.l." OVERBROOK"aG ''Vi-svvF"1'0 THOMAS MEIGHAN J.nJJ Al'PV 11HJS'2 PAI ATP '-' MAitKin uTimii-r l -l-vr U A. M te 11:15 I'. M. WILLIAM S. HART In "yillTi: OAK"' PR'NCR u,,s MAItKHT HTKKKT .... .ws. 8i-0 A j, ie n 15 l. GLADYS WALTON I . In "111(111 lli:i:i. S" RFP.PMT MKM.T .s'r. lii'Jn 1 " " ' M. niere than l'niirn'u 'Ih.-.' v r,n HI' AYA1S one of l.ubin' ha i.red players and later turned ln mien1 toward dlrcPtiiiR. Then be lift I.ubln te organize his own company and pro duced a heries of remedie known u "Encore Productions. " An engiiBcment lii 1 Vnudevllle fellow iil and lie traveled throughout the ICaslern circuits In a Mketch Piilleil "A l'rieml In Need," In which he ldnycd the lending role. I'pen bin return t" tlie screen a JUtl mero than te .eiim age be 1111 medtatrb iniid" a niche for blnie'f. nnd lu that short time be bns appeared in unity of fie leading piedin Hen, in eluding "Tlie Notorious Mrs .Sand..'' xrlth' Uesfcle Uni-rlfcale; 'Peaceful Yal 1m' and Forty-five MinuteN from Brondwey," with Charles IUy: "A .wniseLcdt Yankee in King Arthtir'n l t.irt." ''Don't Tnut Your Husband." Mtt. fl. V. P.." wilh Clbnrles Itnr. , "ft March lUre," mlUJi Pqbe Ranlel", I'.l rHai?.srAYitii vr "Aobedy'' I All Set for NEW .YEAR'S EVE Welcome in Little 1922 in THE PALM ROOM Service IJc Luxe, Complete, $7M Music and Dancinft Fer Reservations Pheno Walnut (5800 THE HOTEL ST. JAMES Walnut at Thirteenth Street -resi Delicious drinks ptepareil with the purest, freshest milk! Nothing e'se combines jucli en joyment and such splendid nutritive values. Out) quart et milk contains ns much nour ishment aa nine ounces of white bread, one pound of lean beef and nine, eggs. Drink .Scott-Powell Milk for health and pleasure. SCOTT-POWELL JLX J. JL J x t.reiti.i: Mixreiiu's "THE SHEIK" CAP! lOL, , V M ! i It'll P. M TOM MOORE in "iiitiM TiiiiiKys. y ,rr rK' uw i Mint? e. 'i AM-. COLUrSlAL .'ie. T nml U V. M i.i'.iiut.n jiKi.reun's "THE SHEIK" DARBY THEATRE CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG In "UlljT Ml IN KNOWS',' EMrKLba matimu: iail,v (.r.eitdr. Miii.nmii's "THE SHEIK" I i . M le II K 11 GARETH HUGHES I In "1. VIMf l-S'l'S; III TIM rn R1A1 ffi (WJIIMANTllW V WKM-i: mnuiu vt ri i,'i:i(ii-ii-:n mt. GLORIA SWANSON iii "i mh:ii tiii; i.asii" RURY "'IKI"I' t-T IUJI.OW 7TI1 ' tsvi.j i ln x r le ii ij I-, ii LESTER CUNEO j Iti'-lii.j i; iii.ai:' . I SAVt JY - Jnmu.1 muj.l,r COLISEUM ?;, (HACK 1IA "Leve, Hate and a Weman" rki-t liei .iU'Ii COtl HO nml 3 T hhI rn (ill.U'K 1I.1MSII.N III 1 MRO J'neNT sr a itnni) av I 'ran; 'eru " Junilie .lur GLADYS WALTON In "Till: MAN TVMMl" 8 A. M tu MWiilshl NORMA TALMADGE ln 'tidlXIl STItAHillT" Villi nnei u Av : I3VI-J. II 3U VIOLA DANA jn "i'i Pi-ins or iatt," SHERWOOD cV,'vr FAIRMOUNT T.li'".?-1 STANLEY VTZ fMWl. comes te -en the morning .ifir it Inu8 tl'e cow. Jt I.s l;epr ni nn unMir.NliiK temperature nf J8 ilettri ft The uniform frexhnesH nnd purity of Si'en -Powell ."Mill; linve liec-n n .uli h 'n tile li; years of ceasi Ic-s ' , m fn- a liiclir nleul of iniilf. ..nun In rk rtiitl en,' niereSri-i't-I'iiwtll M,,J, SCOTT-POWELL DAIRIES 15th nnd Parriih Streets Hell Phent, Preston 2308 rs; JH3I MH LT1 Tprr je ' j 'I'll I icliinl tnnk irnrli, llnril nllh i-nnilraii, ulrrllr B lni i-nrrlc- .Toll-Penrll Milk from hc iimihItt renrlTltiK center In the VhllmleU phln Duli-y, lainr lnK n cleaner milk, "(rrihrr Iir n imy," . M-l UMUte. A PAULINE FREDERICK lu "THK. 1.1 HI. ir.l,IH." lAKTir TIlBATlti:- Till Murkei Si. 1'AlVllL'l h A M TO MIONIUllT HERBERT RAWLINSON inJ'i.'UJLVlEIlJUi? 13" . ,"..i i c'p "rill. A I III. lit if, it Milium TO I Tl 31 MM'lSKt: IJA1I.Y MACK SliNM.TT'M "Leve, Hener and Behave" -fni?" 6001" "MAIIKKT ST. Lifc.vJljl-' -3 ami (i 30 te Jl ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN In "T11K QlHlf TOOM NOWHKI1K" I-D ApJT 028 airard Ave. JUnt Md. VJlrl?ii Violin unit Organ Itedtat I II, IV. finiPI'ITH'rl i Trn Mether nnrl tli T BU" ji. THOMAS MEIGHAN In "A 1'IIINCi: Tllr:HIMVA" STANTON V-'V'Ti ("T,- '."' "A CONNECTICUT YANKEE" In KIM. AIITIM If.S f III UT 333 MARKETiiTVi'.: iV-VVV" CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG In "WIIVT Ml MN KNOWS" VICTORIA MAllKr.T T al'iT OTli CHARLES RAY in "Tin; MinNinnr iikm." I PAHITD 1STA- IiANCASTf-lt AVt, uuiniyuiv MATINi:i: UAII.Y Itt I'lJUT Ill'lillKS' "Dangerous Curve Ahead' I OH ICT f'-'1 and Mici'sr sTnnaw LUl-UOl Mum. 1.311. . 1.30 r.2 1130 te 11 PAULINE STARK In "SNOW I1I.IN1I" NIXON r,-u ATrMAr';ffi GLADYS WALTON In "int. ii ni;i:r.s" n i -m i .-.'ifi imi vvwni .TS. mvuLi iivTiMiK nAit.r ICOIIKflT Mi-KIM nml (l.lllll. .UIVMSlw "A CERTAIN RICH MAN" 69TH StT'":ATP y,x. Al.l.-STAU CsT In "Don't Tell Evcrylhing" S1'RAND'"ue,imt'0v st. i iii:eiUii; mi;i.i (iiti' "THE SHEIK" AT OTHER THEATRES MEMBERS OFM.P.TO.A. Ambassador W. ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN In "llNI( tl IS lilt IISSi:! si .'..-.III fiermaiiten ' ucrmantewn matim.i f"v .Tnin ..,.,. i "The Mvsteneus Rider i ,1 ,l Sill ' -' . . - . l-l.,,rlllll J tl-1' LKbUlN - ju riN Kl : UAIM , ,1 LILA LEE and JACK HOLT I In -Arrni TIIKSHI'JV- J RIALTO WEST CHESTER PARK ' avh. vf5"',U:i( .-,-. Wr. cast In . .. INA CLAIRE . uen t leu vcryihmg;" t K ;teu.v ymu a vASr? :.. . .1. r.'KU'rlh. .. -.s 1 . -. X UJZZP" Ei . m ; ..u.. -- f '