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VENlNG PUBETC ItEDGER-PHIEADBLlteAV MONDAY, FEBRUARY , 1922
3e Daily Mevie Magazine
F&R THE FIM FiVS SCRAPBOOK
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IS KEEPING OPEN
HOUSE TO CHILDREN
Bv CONSTANCE PALMER
EVERY Sunday nlternoen Helen
Fergusen holds open heuse for the
kiddies who played In "Hungry Hcarta"
with her nt Goldwyn net long nge. The
Totingiters were fe wliolp-eeuled nnd
cntlrclr natural that Miw Fergusen
uae her heart freely te t lie entire let.
Uut Instead of forgetting alter the com
pletion of the picture and the rubtequent
dljbandlnp of the group. he instituted
n vecklv meeting. At these gatherings
tliev liiake candy In the Fergusen
kitchen, iiwiitcd ly Mr. Fergupen.
Helen nnl her younger (-lter. and then
adjourn te the freut nid. where they
Illustrate te the family nnd neighbors
the latest uppercuts as effectively utcd
en Flguerea street.
When llclcn tirst became acquainted
with them they uerc net versed in the
gentle art of politeness, but new they
aver thev arc going te grew up gentle
men. One young hopeful tnld his nm nm
liitlen was te become a director. "Wet
if dey won't letchn?" asked one of his
companion". "en. iiry Kin gire mn
reiencu ine htm.
tlme. He thought. And he thought.
Finally he announced lth great deci deci
seon: "Den I'll be n, plumber 1"
I'm Invited te attend the next gather
ing Sunday afternoon. It's going te be
very Interesting, I knew, nnd I'll tell
you all about It If you'd like te hear.
TheSenae Finance Committee Is new
nrennrlnir n renert en tnn Fordney tar
iff bill, which is causing such a etlr
among the film magnates. It imposes a
30 per cent ad valerem whatever that
Is thity en foreign-made motion pic
tures imported Inte this country.
Ttir. nrrnent national association of
producers an.d distrluuters Is opposing
the 80 per cent tariff, fearing retalia
tion by foreign nations. They nrguc
(hnk American ninnutacturcrs', then
would have te produce abroad te enter
the European market en a casis cquai
te their foreign competitors. This, they
allege, veuld threw American ncters,
directors, workmen, artists nnd laborers
out of employment.
On the ether hand the actors favor ft
CO per cent duty based en the Ameri
can valuation, nnd through the Actors
Equity Association cnarge the produc
ers with desiring a low duty In order
te take advantage or cheap labor and
iTintednlt In iirefliirlnff films abroad for
tise in this country. I
The motion picture directors favor
limiting imported ncgattves (exposed)
te a designated percentage of domestic
film production, this percentage te be
divided among foreign countries In pro
portion te their respective volumes of
As nn alternative measure they sug
gest a heavy protective tariff ba?cd en
production cost In the United States at
the time of entry.
I thought perhaps you would be In-
Wet If.tere-tfd in getting the straight of the
' ' . ' - ft
, . m imm
ByJ-fe Pape v
,lcv wen'teu give n n ehnnct?" That I matter, ns It Is n very important devel
seemed te fleer tlic timbltleus one for nlepment in tne muusiry,
T rein nmtrtilnv home from tkoel te
day and I came te 2 tuff looking kids
hnrlnv fearan nrrnTnint about wicll
one could wlssle threo their fingers the I
loudest, one saying, Aw go en, J can
wlssle twice ns loud ns you, you sound
like a deef and dum fish nlongside of
Jest because you say se that dent
prove nuthlng, holey smeaks It I
ceuldent wissfe eny louder than wat
you can Id dry up and blew away, sed
the 2nd kid, and the ferst kid sed, O
all rite, nil rite, well III jest bet you a
cent nnd we'll leeve this heer kid held
the stakes nnd be the Judge. Mecning
me. and the 2nd kid sed, Fut up or
shut up. And they both took n cent
out of their pants peckit and handed
it te me without me saying weather I
wuntcd te be the stake holder or net,
the ferst kid saying, New, Wd, if you
wunt te heer n wlssle like you never
her before, ltescn te this.
And he put 2 lingers half wnyB in his
mouth and blew n fcarse loud wlssle
sounding like the werld was coming te
a end, and the 2nd kid put 4 fingers
all the ways in his mouth and blew a
wlssle sounding like the werld 'had al
reddv came te n end. Me thinking, O,
he gets the 2 cents.
Wich jest wen 1 was going te say no
the ferst kid sed, Well I gess that
proves I can wlssle louder than you and
if this kid rajs diffrcnt 111 smccr him
one across the fnce. Me thinking, O,
maybe his was the loudest nftcr. nil.
We icitl he glad te vublnh the pictures of such .vrccn players as are
suggested hy thiy fans
THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTER-BOX
By HENRY M. NELLY
Valentine Net Divorced
We have, en several occasions, re
(erred in this column te the divorce
ireceedlngs of Rodelph Valentine and
llft'wife. In tedaj's mail came n cllp
lng from the Chicago Tribune of .lan
tarv 29, sent in te us by a fan or
'anette. Said clipping consists of a
etter pent te an editor of a film nias
ifclne bv Jean Acker Valentine. e
luete it In part, for better or for werse:
"May I nsk you te kindly inform
lie Answer Man that my hubnnd
Rodelph Valentine) is net a single
atn. nnd that I. known en the screen
ta Jean Acker, de net wish te he spoken
i as having been married te him, but
)"And I herewith wish te add further
hat I knew of no divorce proceedings,
i e this being the facts, would your
nagatine from new en Inform its pub
fc fan admirers of Mr. Aalentines
bat he and his wife are perfectly geed
Hen'ds, nnd. ns far as I am con-
i 4rnA, expect te remain married te
t . inn,, time. Sincerelr.
'JkhlS. RODOLPH VALENTINO."
Ht !. ihn Fnmeus-Lasky pee-
lie-have sent me another correction en
Valentine's name. They say that hcre-
, ifter l.t will be spelled Koaeipn.
''C B M. F. Se you think the Letter
Bex is "the cutest thing" mm
gw one. but. anyway, i m k '-'""." .
i Then you wani ie ...... -
lente ll lie. iif ""r """. "
1 in a hundred if a novice of that age
get anything. Wallace Rcld does net
IKte hl age in any of the directories,
lie started noting shortly after leaving
thi- New .leriey Military Academy.
I Mmlee Kviiiis lntet tiioture is "Heidi."
Vnli'titimi was cilucnted in an Italian
military and agricultural school.
Fihate II. O. Serry, but we can
not undertake te answer nnv letters
personally. Miss Gorden Is en the
Keith vaudeville circuit, and can be
i cached through tint organisatien or
by looking up her bookings in Variety or
uny ether theatrical paper.
X. Y. Z. That was Jehn Gilbert in
"Lndies Must Live." Address him.
cure IVq Studie, Holbweod. Calif.
I'm sure. J haven't the slightest netidu
v bother Vnlcntlne smokes tee many
cigarettes for the geed of his heart. I
shouldn't think he would. What de
j en mean. "Will the play 'Mickey'
lar again wen?" If you mean Mabel
Nermnnd, who starred in that picture
watch for her in "Melly O.." her lat
est. Perhaps there is n slight similarity
between Mabel and Bebe, though I
never noticed it. Addicts Bobe Dan
iels, care of Famous Players-Lasky
Studie, Hollywood. Calif. We've get n
picture of her geluj thrrugh seen.
.1. Arthur Comerford Address Brtt
CmtipMut, rare of Famous Plajers
Lasky Studie. IIollweiid. Calif. In In
ceose twenty-live cents for a picture.
Twe Pals Yeu
may be right nbeut
Jk.H. Mnnla Rlllp
1800. according te the film directories.
Cl'j.. .ii. ,,,f it lias recently de
al uraiiuirai "v I T-Jten nml is me i ai "'i i". '"
Cloned that he ia. part Indian nnd is ,,Th(i P tunp Hunter,
tehly regarded ey nis u-iui.iu' '; Ay res. . . j ,
W who re use te have nini p.. , ,? Ag A am, R de, h Valentine
M. Il'':,i his screen ripe- I J" think w. why .Ien -t jea mc
wiie ier iitu i.-". - ..,,., .-..if. vtueiu seurscil, or eise 10 ai-t'iiarm i.ui
iencc includesengngemcnts wit urit Fameu- Players-Lasky Studie.
Hollywood. That wuld 1 better than
writing te any director. Yeu must ienl
Ize. though, that no such story can be
iiFed for screen purposes without first
ebtninlns permission from the holders
jef the copyright.
tth, . Pathe. Triang e, r a.rp..
ana voeu ..-";;
from Painted Test"), wl h .Mary i-ick-fed
in "M'liss,". and "Johanna En-
lits " and In ine equuw . ,
tTed'in the Hills." "In Missouri
rj.?''!!,'" - Tirle " "Evervwemun
JSfrA.T..r.H. mmmandment." "Toe ,
Much Jehnsen." "Petlgrcw's C.irl. A ' juiten F. Address Wallace Reid.
Inmber'nnd Remance," "Something te rnr) et rameiis Players-Lns.kv Studie,
Sink About." "The Juckllns," "The Holljweod. Calif., and Charles Rav.
fSntuckiajis," "A Perfect ,'"' 1423 Fleming street, Les Angeles, Calif.
vn.nhmi of tne cienu "y - -
The Inst named is in support ,
Anxious" Wallaie R"ld
irj. . - . -., ...
mm ht. .. nnrt una iinr mil ruii'ii in vprv
V DP ' . . J i ...1 .Ur.iit.ti T 1 -1 ..III. i 'ncilflinn Vflrrnl l.t ttl'O
'" , '. ... iei r.nf1rinntlen. that .if the rarieH of nictures she made under
Isnewn Paris, where he is te make 1(. direction of Cecil B. J Mille
I. Oneen of the Meulin Rouge." He Tu.v wriv "Carmen." "Maria Ilesa.'
ir feet two Inches In height, weigh" -Jean tlib Weman,' ".me weinan
nn,.nrla UTlll ll.lS DrOWn
r .-- ,i, .. n.. Vtlu nietnrp in
es. VC Will irj iu i"i "'" " "
r; In the near future. The name
- 4 f the actor you Tcfcr te n Camille
1 1 Rex uuerrynian.
H j A. I'm nfrald the fact that
, ,-..J r.i.n.l i "iust the Image of
lareld Ueyd" cannot obtain him a
1 Iee en the screen. There are hun- , j.
Se. of se-called "Mary Pickford deu- i
I lea" throughout the country, you knew.
f your Irienu is ri-imy I'"'"" v' ""
lltentlen. he sheul.l go in .cw ieni
ind register with casting directors and
dtli some reliable agent, but as I have
e often stated In this column, the phe-
- ' 'play business is in very bad shape
i Sibt new. nnd many cTpcrlcnccd actors
2nd actresses are out of job". Hareld
' 1 Seyd's address la care of Hal E. lleacli
fi. ftudie, ijeujwu"". v-u,...
Vc1- p i
hv A. McCUnten Address Gleria Swan
W ion care of Famous lMnerrt-LasUy i
KV tudie. Holljweod, Calif. Swnnsen is
ir right name, uui. i-. ; ...-.-...
i : - ., rnn mnv op mav net knew t
SW-"'4 lat she is married te Herbert K. Som Sem
lPf lern, from whom bhe is at picsent sep-
K ted' . . .
vr .... . . .. i
Sf r E. J. C We'll have a piciuie m ,
i& ' lareld Lloyd seen. These comedies ,
JS'L . Iitu-Ti.l.. rinniole ns his lendini: worn-
ffl- '" " '"""-.": ."iT. . i- i
flte ins ate reissues OI llims uu inaue wn-ii
S&tMN age. ...
PM'ttWaHIng Gareth Hughes was born
was? -t.B'i"'' v.,"ri "... i:i.i.i. i.; i..
KM 5Sil Ineliide "Eves of Youth." "Mrs.
iW& fw " the Cabbage Patch." "Wern-
I!')' ir vfrJ. n.ll. "Ronllnientnl Tern.
ffig' l" "The Chorus Girl's Remance."
WS ''Lure of Youth," "Weman in His
Ut ttit IHUUKi ..... wiMlin ... ....
MK Hunch." "Little Eva AFcends' and
hair andqn,at fied Forget" and "The Devil
Stene." That was Pedre de Cerdelia
who played with ber in "Temptation. "
Theodere Roberts pla ed the role of the
DIES ON WAY TO FUNERAL j
W. Bruce, North Street, Falls
Dead in Buffalo ,
J. W. Bruce, 1102 North street, who,
went te Buffalo te attend the funeral of
his mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Bruce, fell
dead upon his return from nn automo
bile ride, and there will new be a double I
funeral at the Bruce home.
Bruce was tifty-feur years old. and
was emplejed by the Philadelphia Rapid
Tiansit Company. j
fStay Heme." Address him care
etre Studie, iiouyweou, uaiu,
Be6ud The cast of "The Conquer- '
Power" Included the toiiewing:,
leh Valentine. Alice Terry. Eric
Kifajne, Ralph Lewis. Edna Demaury,
.J T aa ITall Afnrl ItVntnn Wn rrl
FwClflac. Andree Teumeur. Eugene Peu-
BwW'j1IvVi j ... ri..i. i M.. lt.n..
".fcwMl oblige seen with pictures of Jack
- "Fr 'i i
ST.. WkA' Fan-The "boy of four-
you mention would liarn little '
or Kcctuii mie me movies rigiu
HcalWildge, te New Yerk, res-
I jUMMaMr,e( caning directors,
. (, 4JP
v wav an ite-
action of the
Hundreds of men and wo
men have already found
freedom from laxatives by
eating Fleischmann's fresh
Doctors are new agreed thit
preperellmi na tionef waste matter
should be brought about by feed.
One doctor comes right out and
states plainly that the indiscrim
inate use of cathartics Is one of the
causes of constipation.
Physicians all ever the ceuntiy
are recommending Fleischmann's
fresh yeast because it is a fresh
feed, rich in these elements which
keep the intestines healthy. In one
series of tested cases, normal func
tions were restored In from 3 days
te 5 weeks.
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...V. .-., i,W " T.T--
And I was jest going te ssy se and
tbe 2nd kid sed, If this kid alnt get
sents enuff te say I wisseled the loudest
111 poke him autch a crack in the Jaw
he'll wake up in the hesplttal. and the
ferst kid sed, O is that se, well if I hit
him he'll wake, up in 2 hespittals.
Ms thinking. Heck, geed nite. And
'I sed, It wns a tie, thats was It wss,
heers your sents back. And I gave
them their sents back nnd they wuntcd
te have the contest all ever agen but I
sed, Ne, I half te go semewarcs, 'I bad
te se,' Im going new.
Wich I did.
Sailors Fight Fire
The quick action of several sailor
en their way te the nary yard st
about 6 -30 o'clock this morning proba
bly saved the home and realty office
of James J. GKray, at Fifteenth and
Perter streets, from destruction by fire.
The tailors saw the blnse starting be
neath steps nt tlje rear of the house.
nulted ever n fence and extinguished
it before the fire companies arrived.
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Ires demonstration or booklet. Alie etay
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"FHOTOrliAVB l'HOTOri,AVS PHOTOPLAYS '
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 Com
pany of America.
A T5-M 1 r KD THOMPSON ST8.
APULUJ MATlNEU UAIUT
Id "TUB WONDEBrUI. TIIIMi"
ADPAniA CHESTNUT Bil. lflTH
AKL.AD1A JO A. M. te 11:18 P. M.
MADGIi BAIA1N In Charlette Brente'n
v "JANE EYRE"
A OTOD 1'llANKLIN k OIRAIID VE.
AOlUrx MAT1NBU DA1I.T
In "A I'KINCK TIIEBE WAb"
In "ONK AKABIAN NIOIIT"
OI I irDIDH Bread fc fiuiquehannn
IjL.UllDllAl-' Continuous 'i until 11
In "DOUBLING FOK HOMEO"
BROADWAY Wrtjf .TO2:
SPEC'IAI. FOX 1'BODITTION
"THE QUEEN OF SHEBA"
I IRFRTY bheXd & cekumbia av.
1-IJJ1J 1 I MATINER DAILY
METII. VOX I'UOIHCTKIN
"UVfcK THE HILL"
Woodland Am. at
M'KCIAI. I'AST l
"THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH"
PAI ACT 12U MARKET 8TBEET
REGENT MAKCT ST. Ilelew UTH
ii-vjc,i i 10 A M tu n p M
In "THE UhV PAMET"
DIAI TV UEBMANTOWN AVEKim
if-ll- i vy AT TUI.I'EHOCKEN ST.
SPECIAL rOX PBODl'CTION
"OVER THE HILL"
iSi MABKET ST.
10 A. M. le 11:1ft P. M.
In "THE LOTUN EATER"
rrl fM Al Otn. Maplewned Av.
CVJJ.VJlNirJ 2:30, 7 and 0 P. M.
In "Till! WONDERFUL TIIIND"
20th 4 aimrd Ave.
6PECIAI. VOX PRODUCTION
"OVER THE HILL"
CATUI QT THEATRE Belew Spruce
30 1 rl OI. MATINEE DAILY
"BITS OF LIFE"
GREAT NORTHERN WJWSi!
BFECIAT. FOX PRODUCTION
"THE QUEEN OF SHEBA"
1MPFRIAI 60TU WALNUT 8T3
llVlrn.rI-l. Mali. 2.30; E. 70
In "THE CONQUERING POWER"
KARITON CHESTNUT Above BUOAD
IVMrvljlvn nix. hub a.m. te una p.si
, CECIL B. DeMILLK PRODUCTION
SHERWOOD ""' nl'nere Ar
U1 ,1-lx -ft-f M'AT. 'J. EVE. 0.3(
SPECIAL CAST In
"A MAN'S HOME"
5TAMI CV MabketTat umi
'"luul II A. M. (ci 11 1 r. I.
f f7ln nixenI
BELMONT f-D ABOVE MARKET
IJSMMtNS IX I.OVK' '
CEDAR r0T CEDAB AVENUH
tTT :3 an1 3' 7 and u ' M
Irlcllla Dran S. Hrrbfrt Raw Union In
COLISEUM " bet. 00th t co
v-UWCUm , :30 an,i 3. 7 and 0 ,., j,,
nne Ory'ii Pnnrfiii uA
"The Myaterieut Rider"
rilU.M P MT M. mutnr. um
Jumbo June, en Frmnkferfl "If
In "FASHION FRUIT"
LELADFR 41S,T Lancaster av.
I" "THE RRIDR'H ir.v
In "A HAILOR.MADK MAN"
STANTON MARKET Above 18TII
"THE FOUR HORSEMEN
OK THE APOCALYPHK"
333 MARKET tuketthiIatbe
In "THE CALL OF THE NORTH"
VICTORIA MAnKW ST. ab. OTH
V lv,lUIlrt (, A, ,0 n.JB '
SPECIAL CAST I..
"Ten NighU in a Barroom"
(jKAN 1 VZ,.Y r."a A,e- ' Today
. iU,, unn i)rBtt necltala
L0CUST:2D AND LOCUST STREETS
LUVl;J1 Mnta. 1.30. 3:30. Evgi. 0:30 te.ll
in "THE DUKE OF CHI.MNKV nUTTK"
MIYOM C2D AND MAnKKT 8TS.
lun JUS. 7 and 9
In "TflF. INFAMOUS MISS REVELL"
NIXON'S GLENSIDE Sr;si0.AM
. In "THE SPEED I1IRL" .
RIVOI I C"D AND SANhOM STS.
IUVUU Uie and a: 0:45 tell P.M.
In "A TRIP TO PAR DIHE"
6QTH T Theatre Opp. "L" Termlnil
"THE MATCH BREAKER"
In "THE BRIDE'S TLAY"
AT OTHER THEATRES, MEMBERS OF M. P. T. O. A.
IjJiiavk PalarA ntewniAve. and
-" "' tit..,.
AMBASSADOR ,Ba,!!mer9 Mt-,l Bnth
imuiiuunuji C'nntlnueui 1.31 In 11 "JO
Our Prlws, 10c, "jee. 30c
In "THE THREE- MUPKETEERH"
P. W. Orlmth'e "WAV DOWN EAST"
,$.,. VIOLA DANA i J ". Bp,,, " '""
Bpetjil Wn TTt4imM
JEFFERSON 20MhANgBupDh;nLT, '
ALL-STAR CAST In
"The Sen of Wallingford""
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