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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JiNUxVRY , 2G, 1922 Hi, " 12 Mil dCTT, DailvMnvipMaeTiriel iff THS IP7LL INTEREST THE LADIES I III - I fL v"t 1 1 jw Kit I tit flfeSKMiaaM '' 4' 11:: f : iff mW itAii-.f itarari r mr a i .v "w 'jFjlip- i " . in vb r . . . ,- , j-. 1- i HI ' 1 ' !P5T MMn4 III -$ te &&&&! : vmi i Uncommon 'Sense By JOHN BlvAKK Veir Z?est Problem FILM STARS SHOW ACROBAT DOUBLES WHAT REALISM IS M"IjV12U wen a llipc when mere preb lemi ronfrentcd the world. l'caec has net yet been cntnblhhcd en earth. It h MM with vftrlike It net actually wnrrinK icepe. Crctllt- have been Annihilated. Great nations are facing bankruptcy. The bet,t mindtt of the wxirld are np pulled by the niagiiltude of the work before them. TOUIt problem, however, Is much the same as It was ten years age. It Is you, and your own future. If every ene of the mere than one and a half billion people en the earth solved that problem, there wenld be no work of any consequence for Uie states, men of the world te de. If every man In this' country decided thnt from this time forward he uetilcl nut forth his bert efforts toward pro duction, the production problem, one of the most bafillnz of them all, would be settled. If evry man decided that' he would thenceforth pnictkf Intelligent thrift net by hiding Ms money awa. but by putting it safely te work, the financial problem would be solved. In 1870 Trance, confronted with a wcmlngly cnishlns debt, started te work te pay It. And it was paid In an as tonishingly short time. fTrtin statesmen of the world cannot -L solve world problems j-atisfaeterll.v 'lill the citizens of the world tvttle rnf'- IsfnrterllT their jiersnniil problems. If you. a an individual. ill br-h te plan out your future, you ulll de much toward aiding the settlement of the questions that are new prrplcxinc the world. Ten cannot by what you de pay Germany's debt or make Ger many pay it. Yett cannot relieve the nations of the burden of annnment. Rut yen can make it necessary for yenr Government te leek out for you. or te devise was and menns te get out of you what you ewe it for income tax. r? IS your own personal problem that concerns teu mnr. Knlri Hinf tm, I''nmc. But It Is your job, and you le Cot'te de it. If you de It well you will net need te trouble about the rest of the world. Copvrieht I02t 100 BOYS TO TOUR EUROPE Philadelphia Schools te De Repre sented en Leng Trip A party of 100 schoolboys from Philadelphia and vicinity will nartlcl pnte In the American Schoolboys' Tour of Kurepc, accompanied by masters, and sailing from Mmitrcdl about .Tuly 1, It will be the first tour of the kind since the war. The party will visit several of the famens English schools and the battle fields of Belgium. They will be received by Cardinal Merclcr at Iuvaln. After alhellriay In Switzerland, they will see the principal sights of Italy and then return home by way of France. They will be back in New Yerk about Sep tember It. Tlie Institutions represented will be the I'enn Charter Scheel, Philadelphia, the III11 Scheel. Pottstewnj the Bor Ber Bor den town Military Institute, Berden town, N. J.; Towers III1I Scheel, Wll. raingtnn, Del., and the Teme and Gil man Schools, of Baltimore. After-Dinner Tricks rw'Mj j BOTTOM NATCH B(K CVlfWS()WSTKK 63 Ne. 00 Sclf.Serrlee Maidi Bex A box of matches can'be made te open automatically by pwleutdy cutting an Inch-long slit In the bottom of the bee lengthwise. , A thumb -tack is pushed into the drawer of the box at one end of the frilt. Vhcn you wnnt the box te rtpen, Iny It en the left hand, with, the tip of the lercungcr en mc licau et tne, inumn- j tack. .Make mitcrieus pawes eer the dex witn tne right hand and nt mc same rime push the tack with the fore finger, which will make the drawer sl'de open in a very weird manner. Copvrleht, mi, lu Puttie LaiQtr Cemtenv bread-and-nvilk for lunch today! Try it and note the increased enthusiasm you'll feel for the afternoon's work the feeling of physical fitness and mental alertness that comes only te these who eat wisely. At club, restaurant or home have BREAD AND MILK. Above are seen's from Geerge Melferd's production. "Meran of the Lady Ictty." The gentlemen in tbe upper picture are (left te right) the "one and only" Rodelf Valentine and that despicable screen villain, Walter Leng. They had a fighr in the rigging of a ship which resulted, as the lower scene shows, in the fall of one into the water. The fight is described en this p6c THE MOVIE. FAN'S LETTER-BOX By HE'RY M. NEELT Melferd for a short vacation, after hav ing finished this, his latest picture, spoke with a smile in ppite of the serious . situation he described. 1 "The big thrill in the picture." he snjd. "comes in a fight at sea en the yardarm of a sailing schooner seventy- the feet above the water. "Wn hnfl nil mnnnr nf rNffimlfv Ur ging our cameras te get a geed view 'of the fight. Then when we saw hew actually dangerous the fight would be. we decided te hire a troupe of acrobats and have two of them double for Val Val entieo, the here, and Walter Leng, the i villain. "Well, we set the acrobatic doubles at it while Valentine and Ieng steed inn thp ftfflr nnH u-at'h.wl A tUn cm- Gish sisters at the Ferrest Theatre, called fisht progressed. I saw Valentine Let me thank you very kindly, Mr. and lxng nudge each ether and leek Neely, for your nice rcnlv en rav he- lillsnisteil. AnrI fhv liH mA Dnn ie piease jer me ten the fans The acrobats were putting up a mighty A CTOR'S PRIDE" and the readi- new of the motion -picture star te risk his life in the course of his daily work were never better illnstrnted. wns Inurst, If you arc te promote jour own Geerge II. Melferd. movie predncer. I happiness. Tf you Tilve i 'veil veu than during the filming of the sea shots will help te solve the big problems. Fer of "Meran of the Lady Lrtty." In : yen can clothe and feed yourself .ind which Dorethy Dalten and Rodelf many ethers by tcndt, productive la la Valentine play the leading roles. I Ler. and, nfter nil. the world problem Mr. Melferd. in ew lerk with Mrs. 'is most concerned with the clothing and me icvuini; una mc protection el tin people who are a problem because the.' are sure of none of thewi things. Settling your own troubles is nel going te make a statesman out of veu. or get your name written in the Hull of NAVAL RESERVES TO MEET Charter te Be Ready for Signatures at Tonight's Session Officer nf the Xniill Ttcerv In iM cltj and ielnity will meet tonight in I tne .MtnuucrurerH i hid. it in ex pected the charter of the Philadelphia Naval Ue.Ni'rve Association will be rendv for ignature. The tension will be the postponed annual meeting of the association. The L'xccutivp Committee Is expected te re re pert favorably en the selection, of a building suitable for headquarters in the central district. Committees are working en plans for the earl use of Eagle Beat Ti'2, and ether vessels which may be assigned te this district for training purposes. Blue and Gray Commanders Meet New Yerk. Jan. 'JO. A meeting of unu.Miiil Interest te Chll War veterans took place lest evening, when Ir. Lewis A Pllcher. of Brooklyn, cem-mandcr-w-diief of the Grand Army of the Republic, and General Julian S. Cnrr. of l)i rhnm. N". C. commander-in-chief cf the I'nitcil Confederate Vet erans, attended a dinner In the Zeta PsI Club. Beth arc numbers of the Zeia Psi fratertiitj. THE PHILADELPHIA ART GALLERIES S. E. Cor. 15th and Chestnut Ste., Philadelphia RHED H. WALMER, Aaetieneer Expert General Appraiser At Auction . Large Importation of Oriental Rugs and Carpets Friday and Saturday Monday and Tuesday January 27-28-30-31, 1922 Afternoons at 2:30 o'clock New en Exhibition 1 Jane C. writes: "Hurrah for you! I mut say that I'm glad te bear one person nencsr. cnengu 10 say mac. .uarj hnlf Pickford bores them te extinction. She i just hew actresses feel when annreacheil I tame. knfetr.firsf G-ht. nffpMs me the same wnv. These curls I by an admirer. I "When It wn nnr VnXnnfmrs t.r.,1 and that sweet, sticky smile and her t "The act nf my approaching the Glsh Leng came up te mc and hald, 'New. i kittenish way of kicking up her heels siste-s and asking them for their auto- let us de it. We'll thew you a REAL , are tne limit, out 1 wa te dc airaia te uraim ie mj minn seems te dc a sin- i ugni. cere ana open compliment as part of the . "ty we turned them loose and what mole-levlnc public te the stars them- a fight! I'tterl rccardless of their ner. i veles. When 1 asked Lillian for hrr'senal safetv. the? raced nf mrh nthr-' Semi-Annual Sal Satin' Slippers say se for fear I wenld be considered queer. I'm an ardent movie fan and enjoy your Letter Bex se much, cspe- cially when there is a controversy en And I wu.s glud te get tome one's opin ion of Gareth Hughes in 'Sentimental Temmy.' I thought he was awful, but as I had never heard him criticized be fore, I decided I didn't knew geed nct Ing when I saw it. All the critics in the movie magazines gave bim a great deal of praise A4 antctgnph. she smiled pleasantly and replied that she would be only tee pleased te comply. She also handed m card te her sister and Dorethy joy out en the sear, hwavlne hark nnrl forth in the rigging like mad men. A fall at almost any time would have landecl them en the deck of the 6hip, fully wrote her name. On handing me Certain death, for we jsed no safety ne(s um- iuru uiiiiun usuru rae n i weuici ei any hinu. zint, tnanK the lrn, de lee te have her send me a picture of 'spite their actual ferocity, even te the herself and sister, and in write my ery climax, where Leng was burled nam and nddret en the back of an off the end of the spar into the sea, ttev kn;n ,, ' t, e,i enr'er.e that she hannened te have in .all was well. a ...! i Jein- !, .a,i ,it I"" '"O'1 at the time. I thanked hen "When that scene is thrown en the Pink, Blue, White Reduced ie $5.00 CLAFLIN, 1107 Chestnut Fine Foehccor Since 1868 and feathered for saying what you did about Mary rlckferd. but even if ye i are, plcv-c don't lese your courage aud quit expressing your opinion, as I like se well te hear them. They always agree with mine and it I se seldom that happens." AnAa lie nebis Address Vera Gor Ger Gor eon, care Cosmopolitan Studies, Second avenue ana 12t5th street, New Yerk. Augustimv Itlshep Valentine's screen nppearaucci Include the following pho phe pho eoplays: With Mac Murray in "The Big Little Persen" and "Delicious Lit tle DeUl." with Universal' "Secletv Sensation" aud "All Night," with Dorethy Oish in ' Out of Luck." with Clara Kimball eung in Eyes et panics en the legitimate staje. hut did "ieuth," with Dorethy Phillips in "Am- nn- make out ery well and retired. bitien," with Metre in "The Four Brvant Washbnrn la acting for the Horsemen of the Apecalypt." "Un- Goldwyn Cemrani. charter Sca." "Camille." "The Cen- qiicring Power." with Selzniek in "The ,. . . Wonderful Clwnee." with Universal in Geerge . RnwsevH-The only geed "Once Kvctv Weman." with Lnskv wn-v f l,b9llf setting. into the film te "Meran of the Lady Letty," "Be yond the Rocks" (neither one of which verv kindly and told her T would an- screen. I predict that evcrv nersen t.i prcciatc it very much. She gave me 'the house will hang en te his chair for i.i. i i.ai-c tjj.it ah seen a.s she had 'dear life." fini!i-l her tour of introduction tlirourheut the lsrge cities, she would send her picture. "This. Mr. Neely, gees te prove fnr thcr that you are right in your reply te a certain critic regarding the pnblic asking for the autographs of famous men and women. I would appreciate It very kindlj if you would publish my views, and also If ou would publish the picture of my favorite screen star. Miss Lillian Glsh." Reader Broncho Billy is nrt aetins WHAT FILM STARS OF TODAY WERE DOING 10 YEARS AGO ADOLPH ZUKOR and Sarah Rem hardt made their movie debut In "Queen Elizabeth." the former as pro pre duccr and the latter r..s star, ten years age. It was ene of the first five-reel- I crs ever made and marked thi h Inn in fe r the serpen nnr mrtTfl- I hear that he . of the modern cinema industry. In j .-uarcn a Dig nirtnciay celebration will be held throughout the country In com memoration of the tenth anniversary. In this connection many inquiries i have been made as te what the stars were doing ten jars jge. Here's what some of them did : ......Hv. a .., ...m. "u.niu tit a fCh- ) nnde en" or two ventures barking com- resister with the castinz dl- I and-shevcl man en the 8bohenc Dam, rectors et Uie .uiterent 'tnci os In New '" "Julu"- has yet been released), and is new working In a film version of Ibancz's. "Bleed and Sand," which Otis Skin ner produced en the speaking utage this beasen. Valentine was en the Mage and was with a cempanj which closed its tour in Ixn Angeles. He was naturally attracted te the ehanre of getting a job in the movie studies nnd that a hew he get his Ftart June Ma- thls, who wrote the continuity for "The Beth K. Quick Address Ttrn. Heur llnrsemeu." had been impressed feppjen. care of Lasky Studie. I iellj . with his performance In "Kyes of wool. Ye'i wiTe lucky te meet alen- Youth" and suggested him te Ret In- line in New Yerk, weren't vim' Gareti gram, the director, for the part of Julie Hughes doesn't jive his birthday in an. That's where he get his Introduction of hi- biograehles. I've had several l erk or Hollywood, and with a geed agent, just as you prebablv did in vou veu rimis Jays. Take a trip te New Yerk and see the entlnjr dins ters of the l'e Studie . I-ifn-hfth street and Tenth i"viiue, or Sulrnick. ."IS Kast Korty Kerty eicu'li street, or Cosmopolitan. Second uvcniie .rid 12lth i-treef They can R ' mi the rrameH of ngents ale. Betty Compfien was plaving around the silver mine, in Utah, near which she was bem. Dorethv Dalten waa attending Sacred Heart Academy, Chicago Themas Melghan was making his debut as a stage actor with Henrietta Cresman, in PlttiJiurgh. Gleria Swnnsen returned te Chicago with her family after several years spent at an army pest In Perte Rk Agnes A) res was the reigning belle In the town of Carbondale, 1U. William De Millc was writing play-., for David Belasco. uoceit vinculum was attending n1 te fame. Max Under is new in Call- requests for it and I'm trying te find """!?. ",,mi '." arant?A Ita,y fernia making a burlesque en Three Musketeers." "The cut Sirali Stonehurst vvrites ' I wrote te Gareth Ilujhes, and he has nnswertii me b threi letter Oli 1 think he in a dream ' 1 received three photographs from nlm nU. I met him in IIollj IIellj IIollj v.et)d two eats age. (Vnild veu tell me hew old he H and when his birthdaj is?" M. C. 2911 North Twenty-sixth street Valentine was net In "The Passion Flower." The cast was Nerm i Talinage. Ceurtcnay Keete, Kulalie JcUbcn. Harrison Kerd, Charles Steven. ' son, Alice May, Herbert Vance, II. D. Sf . Inlln.i Ai.eH. Iln..tinn TVA1. ..ivviiiiuii, "eii" uuiiiiuii, euinili . i Agnew. Rebert Hareld Stern, Natalie T'nfnrlunatelv. an I've edmittcsl Talmadge, Mrs. Jacques Martin, Wsajabe e, I can't Whv don't veu write Fredericks. Rebert Payten Gibbs, An- , te him and tell him a let of tans here sustus Balfour, Walter Wiben. Mil- wnnt te kmiw ard thtn tell me what he dred Adams, .Tuliaii Greer, Udward mv, si. that nil the Hughes admirers Bering. Pan read it?) B. I K. It is customary te Inclese Morene Admirer I've heard the ru-twenty-five cents for each photograph mr " Antonis Morene is going into of a star. Heme of them answer their i ""rial-, but I doubt if It will be in the letters personally nnd some de net. It '"''" futuic He has just completed a usually ilepcncls en the amount of fau "'I' mreugn neuiuerii i aiuernia anu lias icpcncci nneK te ine v ug.grapii Stu Un, where he is under contract for another production. Eddk PoIe'h load lead ing women were : "Liberty," Mnrie W.ilnunp: "De or Die," Inez McDon nell, "The Secret Four," Kathleen Myers. mail they get. A Van Fer the umpteenth time ad dress Valentine care Lasky Studie, Hollywood, Calif. I think I must have printed that at least fifty times in the last two or three months. Saydee The answers te two ether letters wll give you the Information you ask about Valentine. Sally Oh, yes; Wally Reld is very much married and has a fine aungstei-, William Wulluic. Jr. Ills wife wa , i ..-, ,.., i -.... .. .. - . cue ins i.riiincri iuiiu ngaui jsj kiiun en cue screen us ' Y pi. ..rM u Cerlnnp Vrnel.l Jro.IsaPOriIellr hlW ft,rP wnrJefendX'cauie'ef "TmX';! et Lasky Studie, Hollywood. G,r,.. , a urjcf tl(jarcss. i 'pi. .iii u a-t, i, Hi.', i ,.,, ii li.it n iii it c luip ,v.iuv;iiu, by u cast, whose .ncrnbers Include Mrs. Jacob B. Ingsderf. Mrs. I. G. Becker, Irti. 1 1. Fisher, Miss Helen Mandel, Aira. Laurcuce u. .viewers ana ethers, TO DEFEND MODERN GIRL Miss Cerlnne Arneld Will Talk en Present-Day Manners The January meeting of the Gir!' Serine Lcigui will be held tonight ul the I!lg Brethers' Assec'atiiiri, 'St Seuth Saaiuel Strlcl.stelu writes "My at tention has been culled te nn article cescernlng the action of a certain jeung nan during (be appearances of the ticerge Melferd made a nicture called "The Beer War" and spent .G.OOO en it. Thli was a stupendous price for the daj and ulniest broke the hearts of the Kalem officials Leatriue Jej was the prettiest girl In her clais at a convent ,ln New Orleans, La. Lila Lee was attending public school in New Yerk City. Leis Wilxeti was hoping seen te I graduate fiem Alabama Nermal Scheel i and become u schoolmarm. Cenrnd Nagcl was giving learned lee. . tares en the Chautauqua circuit for the' Redpnth Lyceum Bureau. Jack Helt was herding cattle en a i ranch in Oregon. READY F0RJEWISH DRIVE Campaign Will Start Sunday at Din ner te Team Captains Leuis Marshall, chairman of the American Jewish Relief Committee, will start the American Jewish Appeal here for $l.euu,(MHj ter relief In fUissla and reconstruction in Eastern Europe at a dinner of the teamwerkcrs at the Belle -vue-Stratferd en Sunday night. The campaign will continue until Febru ary 0. A pnblic meeting In the interest of the campaign will be held at the Crews Key, Theatre, Sixtieth and Market .treets, Sunday afternoon. The meet ing Is being arranged by Assistant I nlted Stutes Attorney Jeseph L. Kun, ilinlrman of the Speakers' Bureau Rabbi Samuel Friedman, of Beth HI Sjnagejuc, and Maurice J. Speller, secrets ry of the district of Eastern Pennsylvania In the campaign, will speak. Judge Herace Stent will pre- siiie. -- ;Mi you iviu find k 1 ' lim'-?' i mm E !SS Emadtta. If IlF: BB ei wSa b JlVJl i M III Y' 'tUiUH2! m IS i knll PI lwiln-iiil m ilMiS i Ng. nfja H - Bnfl mffitgwMUmtw StllS8t m TOiMiHmWHHgilgMig n W m nnn TJfi r i MWHawaiiWiHiOTim f W EMERAL1TES PREDOMINATE 'i r jgl BIO business buys for efficiency. Emeralites predeinT. fHii S 119 nate in business offices because they are efficient, HfflSJ mi practical, geed looking euality larapi designed for eye Bfii"4 s HH service They add tone and dignity te any environment. WMm M fT The New Daylight Attachment Wm B- Hill IB SBFw,nSB fl f',;re; erdjnirr tlftttlc light Inte teft diffuied day SUPl 5 mil IS Si&SZxzuJJ ' eliminatea flaie and pievcnu cyeittaln, sfflltl U S I mEs Genuine Emeralites arc branded. HfflSlj HH 7uu!uu L0 for name en green glass shade. gg If i iMi l " ppluil Pjr 50 piitcmt te acltct (com. 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Your druegist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezene" for a few cents, sufficient te remove every hard corn, soft corn i or corn between the tees, and the calluses, without soreness or irrita tion. Advt. Fur Storage and Remodeling at Extremely Lew Rates LUIGI RIENZT CORRECT APPAREL FOR WOMEN 1714 Walnut Street FINAL CLEARANCE COATS-CAPES-WRAPS 50 VELDYNE, KASHA CLOTH. Black, Navy. Brown, Green formerly te 69 M 29 .50 Eft-VELDYNE, DUVETYNE, CASHMERE ev CLOTH COATS AND CAPES formerly te 89S0 49 .50 1 Q VELDYNE CAPE COATS. Caracul Cellar, CC.00 Fringe-trimmed Blouse Back uu formerly te 135,00 J O BROCADE EVENING WRAPS. Kelin- 1 OC.00 x sky, Moleskin; Squirrel Trimmed formerly te 270.00 DRESS SPECIAL DUVETYNE, SERGE, GEORGETTE, CAN TON CREPE. Exceptional Value 29 .50 ;vep nkakk rv meri: t hii:ns. rnoTei'L,s PIIOTOl'I.AVS t'llOTOPIWS ar J. a vpmv V The foUewing 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 Com pany of America. pftjrepuir APOLLO "''SffSMuv8 I LIBERTY 0WJlA WILLIAM S. HART ETHEL CLAYTON In "THiCKE-MORIl IJKAn ' Ln "KMT T1IK VA5IP" CHESTNUT Il'M 10T1I ORIFNT w'anJ At at (li'i PI in . m te ii :in r M "-' i 1HOMASMEIGHAN " "V ritiNrr. Tiirttr. has- ARCADIA hl'KtlAI. OAhT In M( TOR HtC.O'ft "JUDGMENT" A CTAD HIAXKMN A fiirtARD AVE. e 1 yjt MArr-PP. DAIMT srnci.M. tv.ii in "A MAN'S HOME" BALTIMORE " W.'," MAIIKt, JLI.IKNR SCOTT In i "Don't Neglect Your Wife" ID! I TTTDTDri Bread I fautftuehinnn DL.UC.DlIXl-' rontlnueui 2 until 1 WA1.I.CK Rial A t.lXIRIA MVANSON in "Don't Tell Everything" OVERBROOK Mu,(".j!!u CONSTANCE TALMADGE inJ'l.l'.sONh IN I.OM!" 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