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V,Y f 'Pbj-i'j v ;v.m -WIJ, .rra p It' kM I, K a flf C. A vr. wwmp IB ill-' -II ic M L1 TT. e Daily Mevie Magazine g '.'Oft 27 FILM FAN'S SCRAPBOOK H'v; va B,4 arl EDDIE POLO TFe trill be glad te publish the pictures of surh screen pluycrs w nre suggeitcd by the nm THE ilOFE FAN'S LETTER-BOX Hv TTEVKY , Chocolates Se you think I'm n pirl en? And a "dnrn pretty etic, tee?" Aren't yen the clever little detectivMtc? But. really, it's better net te Knew k much than te knew te much that isn't se. v Se Charles Hnv i venr farorlte. $lLJ-A:X inv " '5'te set into tbe mevl . 1,. - w j ( lui 1 wiu. anil i. nvc iuii hnlf inch tall. Yeu say Valentine niu'-t be conceiteel and Mini ou "don't think ' you'like him, but go en te admit you've never seen him in any picture. Aren't you a bit previous In your judgments? Come again toen. Frances English Yeu certainly don't want te knew much. Four pages cov cev nU with questions and hard ones, tool Whew I First, in rez.ml te the tula tula tienshlp, Elsie nnd Helen Terpisen arc net'relatcd; same gees for Ethel Gray and Alice Terry : ame for Francis and Harrison Ferd; In regard te the Mc Donalds. Francis rp!h his name with out the "a," whi'e Kiitherlnc and Wal lace make It "Mac." They arc net related ; Ella Lee is net related te Jane and Kathcrlne who are sisters: there la no relationship between Ilodelph Val Val entieo and Grace Valentine: the former is an. Italian. Cenrad Xagcl is Amer ican, and the same gee for Een Chancy, Eddie Pole. Mies Welch. Richard Dlx. Richard Barthelmess, Elliet Dexter ana Oernldlne Farrar, all of whom weru Un-in the United Sulci. I'vp had te write te California te get 'material te nner jour question about Wheeler Oakrnan. I'll publish it aa neon as possible. Watch for it. Vmw nrntmf-ntinnn en the subject of Valentine show you share iw nra ei manr. My, but ;ou : re 'dent. Rut v" I-.-.- . : . r i nil MIrlnm Coen mean that Cennie s pictures have no Mlt and pepper"? We've get a brand new picture of Rodelph coming through that ought te make tbe "fancttes" ail the mere in love. Possess your soul in patience. E. B. C. Ten are among many who noted that "Sbclk" song business. You're perfectly right that he did. in the course of the picture, s,ing that song. What we nre trying te tell, a 'fan wns that Valentine did net write or sing the popular sung by that name. Your criticism of "The ?helk" that veu liked only the horses was rich ; the beat I've seen en the subject. Med 'you like the "Letter Bex." M. M. S. I strongly suspect you of nvinv m Kill nil, nil I ,uu, vmi-ui. . me with your euiens -, . . T-l..- rtl. ,V.il. AS yOU call ineirr. xjuu . jvu !.., fans, that anvbedy who asks if Deugla'f Fairbanks is married te Mary Piekferd. ttV.Lfaml who was the fellow in a kimono -V t f wbe and polished h polished hair wnr piajisi iu The Shclk," bounds like a jeUer .' en, if H's a traD I bite, nnd answer yes .L. r....fr nl TIrl.lnll VnlpntlTlO td vie tutj iirri. urn 4w-.".ii. - - -t- ithe second. He is Italian, uuieein 1 1 real name is utte r.ime i.inKcuin'ii. , i E. D. C Daisy Robinson's eddrcfbi la 2652 Iicachwoed Drive, Les Angeles, j Weill try te publish her picture been. Mm. A. (J. 1L-Lewell Sherman Elayed the role of the u!laln In .n (own East"; We'll try te publish a Blcture' of David Powell seen. ". M A. I- You're another who noticed that "Hheik" heng. You're net a bit bold in writing In, and new that you've started. I hope you 11 'come again seen. We'll print lheda Bara's picture ns seen ns we can. 'Rosalind De Lisle My what a ,..t niime! Your letter is very in- Si Jereating nnd our questions hey some iSrfoundatien te them. Mary Piekferd S""lYs the year of her birth as JV.i.i. Vi3fi wlii. T ,1....K IP vim,, iiluirciiu ilfnllil.t KJ.'.uiie i uuwui. '""i..r . "'. ." . l ITnehes aru M). Ill be frank t! aay that I don't like him cither, but I -v -j. iibe 'nnn." I think veu're wrena WJt, bout Vnlcntine's age. ch. I liked fWp'-Wm-'inr most of the scenes of "lhe Umf-Smtt Horsemen." Yeu Bay 1022 will "Valentine venr." bes iwn'i you ak it would be a bit risky for jeu gk te California en the chance of te California en the chance of lac nn extra in moeti nnu baud" &'iwt Vnlentlne. OtherH have iihied nwrvT .. -. 4 ., .., , ... ,.n,L.. irji;jrat part jean vcter pmycu i -me SO v? Affairs of Anntel." She gives that him vT iIm I.A .tiin lilni.rnnliv n, nmi hi wMj li ii',Wie nlnjixl. but 1 Imagine the m-cuc. ?Ey ta wjilcli Hhe niipcarrd may have been ilVV .u OUC vviivn iiiu Hieui luuiUKi- hi me 'jff " Vm was eliminated. At any rate, Mm 'jit.!!!! net mentioned among the twenty- lj.M "'four players mentioned tn the cast of 'r,nfBat iciire U8 buewii iieri. ISi.' a Kl Rrhoebiris Address Valentine. jaT'ffltcmt 9t FameiiH PluverM-Lasky Studie, mywoeu, v,uu. nun iuiiii. in-- el AgneH iyrvn nnu Jueuaru elracsa seen. la Floed I nusweied veur ones- ' bout .lean Acker'a part in "The of Anatei" nhere: in "We.iith Mtfayed the part of Kstelle vn in ii Hoi Hei Hire Ls-i Gleria ewiuimiii does net her age. iw girl! Slie has rrled twice, llrnt te allnce pen in Jlrrbeit K. Mem- uiverceu irem the M. XEET,Y latter. Her picture is being used very shortly, perhaps will have been before these answers arc published. Twe follpce Men As we have re. pcatcdly mUI, this is a ery bad time es. if ymi iiisii-t. go te rsew lerk, register witu some reputable agent and with the casting directors of the bie companies. Retter still, go te California. Deuslas Fair- banbs was born in lietner in lSSe, educated in the Military Academy, Cel- ornde .Scheel of Alines and Harvard. On the stage phied in "Tlic Pit," "Twe Little Soldier Heys." "Frenzied Finance," "Gentleman from Missis sippi. " "The New Henrietta" and "He Cemes I'p Smiling." On the screen in "The Lamb," "Deuble Trouble." "The Habit of Happi ness," 'His Picture in the Papers." "The American." "The Geed Pad Man." "The Half Breed." "The Matrimaniacs," "Manhattan Mad ness. " "hi Again. Out Again." "Reaching for. the Moen." "A Mod ern Musketeer," "neadln Seuth," "Mr. Fix-It." "Bound iu Morocco," "Say. Yeung Fellow." "Arizona," "Down te Earth." "The Knicker bocker Buckaroo." "His Majesty the American," "When the Clouds Rell By." "The Nut," "The Mollycoddle." "The Mark of Zerre" and "The Three Musketeers." Address him care of his own company, Hollywood, Culif. LeuIc Helmes I've finally received an answer in regard te some queries 1 1 ve eeen muKing aoeur tne name or h , , ,rl , L Snoekj.. pic. , he , x ,carn 1 vn nprn nuiKinir Huuur nip nuinn nr HITS THEATRE BUSSES Private Operator Carries Appeal te State Service Commission Complaint te the Public Service Com mission was filed tedaj by Jehn Drew. Negro proprietor of n linn of bues running between LaiWewne and Sixty ninth street, Benin?! the practice of the Skty-nlnth Street Theatre in running three free busses ever the -ame route. He charires the theatre bu-CH uie net authorized tarriers. and the fare is in- eluded in the price of the admission te the theatre. Deuisten Dcrkery, manager of the theatre, tednv tiled nn answer, deimnc I these chaws specifically. He charges . m return mat urew mis been charging1 . n ,:;,... ,.., n (.!.. ..f.iif T.'ift l,i tin mii'i-ii uui.1 ii'it .1.,. , ..!' in iu eening. at which time the ten-cent "fare limit ceases, and that he has en- neuncd thU was done with tin- sane tien of the Public Service Commission, Ne such sanction was iver obtained. I savfi Derl.tr. The hearing 'was set feri February 17. In Keem -190, City Hall. Uncommon Sense Uy JOHN BLAKE OECAUSE each of the thousands of JJ ancestors from whom each roan and woman is descended, led different lire-., saw different countries, nnd wru occupied with different Interests, the thirt for change in human beings 13 I vcr active, Spending years en end in the same place, doing the same thing, becomes i Yeu can get it in far higher forms, intolerable te every one. There is the j both between covers and nt the spoken , , i .. . i,. nliund written drama, inherited memory of ether plate, una j( your own tc )s llnexclUngf ether occupations that stirs ug like tlie you lePl )ti jt wm rCst you and feed memories of our jeuth te try ever nd-;jeur mind and nutisfy a cruvliig which ,i, . ,,n..,fAr hnvc eni.u brought into the world ns the gift ventures that our ancestors havt em .()f theUHltIlS e BPncraMen et bunting harked upon. Uud lighting nnd adventurous ancestors. TO MUST people, travel in leieignj lands h .'npesblble. (empletu change of occupation is impossible. Have, per-, h.ip-, for n week or two each year. We have te llnd the excitements) we, need In books and ata plajn. We have , te de our traveling iu the name manner. I Thii pudnins the demand for fiction I of udventum. It explains the wide pep- nlHritv of mevlnc-nleture nlajh. It ex pluins whv a peer fumilj, given a few dollars by u charitable orgiuwutlen, will expend theni for a phonograph, much te the bewilderment and anueyari"c of the I giver. Excitement and change are ns neccs b.ir as feed. The peer famllj that buys the phonograph hmU no no; el in corned beef nnd potatoes. It tinds real novelty and real delight in the phono graph, which brings it for n little time the feeling that life Is net altogether dull and dreary. ' . READING books fiction, travel ' ndventuic is necewary for evriyi man and woman deprived of the oppei 1 tunlly te truvel or In enjoy advcntuie hrst-hnnu. Many a gul who has no hue affiiq of her own ciave the Mlinulii'' of tin love fd'ij. putting herself in ilu- place of the henduc. Man; man who h.t.s never had a light in bin life who Im iieer met any form of violence face te face, can 'ese hlini-elf for profitable hours reading "The Three Meiketeera" or watching a 55OTWsiaa V" rji ".Mte.y 'jn-'ir L-rir W FILM STARS OF FIVE YEARS AGO ARE STILL SHINING THE announcement that producers, stars nnd exhibitors of motion pic tures are going te unite throughout the month of .March in a nntien-wide cele bration of (he tenth anniversary of the feature motion-picture brings Inte high relief the changes that have been wrought by the fickleness of the movie fan. Names that ten years age lured the people le the tiny movie theatres today are forgotten. In thee ten years stage luminaries have flashed ncres the screen 1 firmament like meteer1. and, like me teor". hae disappeared. A few am "till popular, hut only a few In fact, etie could count thee who were popular live eurs age en the fin- gers of the hand Wallace Reld. Deug- I las Fairbanks. Themas Mclghan, Mary I Pfekferd and Charlie Chaplin arc about the only ones who t.eem te have held the ndmlrntien of the motion-picture public for that length of time. It was ins t"ii j cars age that the first big five-reel feature film was shown, icveallng Surah Rernhardt in her stage success. "Queen Elizabeth." With this picture the Famous Players Film Company was launched. Following "Queen Elizabeth" came "The Prlener of JCenda." starring James K. llackett. nnd Mrs. Flake in "Tes3 of the D'Urbervillcs." Then came a series of pictures starring Mary Pirkferd that brought her the name of "The Sweetheart of the World !" The first of these was "In the lllshnp'g Car riage." and was followed by "Caprice" and "Hearts Adrift" nnd "A Geed Lit tle Devil." It was in this latter pro duction tint the double exposure was first used te geed nilvantagc. Gelnc further down the list of Fa mous Player' productions, wc find such old-time favorites ns Eillie Eanstry. Laura Sawyer. James O'Neill. Char Char eotte NiKven, Cyril Scott. Jehn Harry Harry mere. Heme Peters. William Fnrnum. Dustln Fnrnum. Gnbv Desls. Arneld Daly. Rritce Mcltac, lTezel Dawn, Car Car lle Hlnckwell. Paul McAllister. Wil liam Courtleigh. Cecilia Leftus, Edward Abeles, Edmund Rreesc. Max Flgman, Hebnrt ISo-werth, Pauline Frederick and Geerge Relian. Of thcc only Ditstin Farnum. Wil liam Fnnuim. Hebcrt Bosuerth and I'aiiliue 1- rederlck remain in the memory of present -day movie fans. Jehn Rar Rar r.xmerc, Hout-e Peters and Ilebart Ues Uos Ues werth new make only occasional pre ductiens, while the two rarnuins and 1 Pauline Frederick arc the only ones of I the early let who nre still active upon 1 the -crc'n. Carlyle Rlnckwcll. of whom 1 nethins had been heard in wuue lime has announced his intention of devoting his time exclusively te vaudeville. Names unfamiliar te the present gen eration of film fans, but which meant crowded theatres eiuht 5 ears age, in clude Henry Dixie. Charlette Ivc. Jnne Grey. Kathleen Emersen. Edith AVnnel ,-.'l.t... 1 linn 1 tnrfiV n ,1 ll WlnlflTfl 1 Kingsten. Other nnmes mero familiar are II. U. Warner, Henrietta Cre-Mnnn. Tlerthe TCniih. Kesstie Ilavakawa. Mncklyn Arbucklc. Charles Richmnn, Gladys Hansen, Tyrene Power, Theodere Reb-1 ertx. Adele Pnrrinsten. Bessie Barri- i srnle. Marguerite Clark. Marie Dore, Edith Taliaferro, Blanche Sweet, Mar shall Nc'.lrin (the same man who new directs), W. II. Crane and Elsie Janis. Wallace Reld has rlten te stardom since the das when be wns leading man for Clee Ridgely, Kathlyn Wil liams, Myrtle Stcdman and Anita King. PAUUNEFREDERICK WEDS AGAIN AFTER TWO DIVORCES Film Star Is Bride of C. A. Ruther ford, Seattle, Her Second Cousin Santa. Ana. Calif.. I'eb. 7. Pauline Frederick, motion-picture actress, for- I merlv of the legitimate stage, was mar- I iled'heie Saturday cenlng te C. A. Rutherford, of Scuttle, who. she said, J was her t-eceud cousin, and known te , her all hoc life. i Miss Frederick estcrday letumed ( quietly te iuik in her studio at Ixni Angeles. She is thirty-secn jears old) nnd her husband Is ferty-r-lx. This iiiaTinxe is Miss Frederick' i third venture en the matrimonial i-ea. I Her hrt husband was Frank M. An- i I drnws. a w iltliv New erIc nn.,hite'--t, i who de-ism-d the Hetel McAlpln. Wllliinl Mack, known in private life in Chailes Willard McLnushlin, pl.ij wright and actor, nnd Miss Frederick were married in 1014 in Washington. Thev were divorced In 1010 en the w- iitiun of Mi's Frederick. Ijis Ancelch. Feb. 7 Miss I-reder-' iek's df-eisien te marry Dr Uuthcrfen' ' was made late Saturday afternoon, it wns aid. The bridegroom wns quoted as saying he had waited twenty jears te marrj Miss Frederick. Yeu Need Excitement ALL XX Se: these things are mental tonics ewe of the may uc enneii ii ii-shr. and doubtless nre trashy. Hut1 better trash than no ndienture at all. -Stcensen knew this, and put ndven- ; ture and excitement Inte excellent lit- h crarv form. Se did Dumas. Yeu de $, net need te leek at hilly. Impossible mev- 'j ing piciure plnvs, or te rend cheap eml I rldloiileiisi novels te net your adventure Ccpuriaht 1012 -FEBRUARY SALE SPECIAL REFRIGERATORS Solid Oak J Porcelain Lined All Siuei All Styles DELAWARE HGUSEFURNISMING CO. tdanalaclertr, wholt whelt talc and Retail Dealer et the btttir kind of Furniture. Kensington Ave. & Cambria St. saw l!-Si. Bi .-r?liVViWl RicCRBi DREAMLAND ADVENTURES Judge Owl Weatherman Br DADDT (Jack nnd Janet cck Judge Otct, the Weatherman, te aik. ihm te bring npiinp. Then find the tree where he ha$ his office.) TACK nnd Janet looked up at the sign " en file linllmr trne. sTnrn. nnnurrh. the letters made of neatly pecked holes formed the werds: Jt'DGE OWL WEATHERMAN" "This Is the nlnee." Mild .ln.fc, "hnf I don't sce Judge Owl." "He Is nrebnhlv fnslde." nnntrnrnd Janet. "Let'M rap en the deer." Jack couldn't reach high enough te rap en """ "" " htei, ii ni jusi ru)t'u en the tree Itself. Rap I Rap I Rap '. There was no answer, nnd Jack rap ped again. Rnp! Rap! Rapt Still there was no answer, but thin time" Jack and Janet heard what sounded like a snore. Jack h knuckles were getting sere rap- pillC 011 the tree, se lie nlrkct tin n club nnd hanged . the tree Willi that. Knock I Knock I Knock ! 'Lhc snoring sound ceased. There was n niitrcmii? nnffsn. nml tl,,. KnL .inAM of 'Judge Owl's office efiened. Judge Owl stuck out his head, nil frowsy from sleep. "Who I Who! Who is there?" hooted Judge Owl. In n voice se loud nnd harsh it made Jnek nnd Janet lumn. Jnek caught his breath and answered po pe po lltefy. "c nrc Janet nnd Jack," he Raid. "Who! Who! Who!" hooted Judee Owl. Jack had answered very clearly. but he thought Judge Owl might be deaf, se Jack shouted in reply : "Janet and Jack." Ills shout was no loud Judge Owl jumped and rumpled his feathers. "Who! Who!" he shouted again, nnd Jack wbb just getting ready te shout once meie, when Judge Owl went en. "Why nrc jeu elling at mer' "Because I thought you didn't hear," shouted Jack. Again Judge Owl jumped in a startled way. Then he frowned severely. "Who! Who! Who!" "Yeu! Yeul Yeu!" shouted Jack. "Who! Who! Who! Are jeu mock ing me?" hooted Judge Owl angrily. Jack was puzzled. He was doing Ills best te answer Judge Owl. Then Janet get an idea. Judge Owl wasn't deaf and he wasn't asking n question when he mid. "Who! Who!" That was just the way he talked. "Please, Judge Owl. Jack isn't mock hs?$&mfiSar A SEWING MACHINE SENSATION It is se different from nny ether Sewing Muchinc the women knew that it creates a sensation wherever it is shown. Its silence is its first sensa tion thcrp is hardly a putr as the fabric glides majncally beneath the needle. Silence bem of its exclusive DIRECT DRIVE electric meter. 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V'l i ..u,uluvtMWW.MMWii.KVtUVl.vvvMWUkUk kiuujuuv.ku ,.u i .mm'' MASCO ASCQ BSOTBBBWtmlW V 1 ..' ' ' i'i -J X ' r."' M . v: f rr. t " -- ' - --j-il: m nttm t iiifinwmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mmmmtmmmmmmimmmm'--'''"' '' ' , . ' i i "1 lijf. ing you," she said. "He thinks that when you say 'Who! Who!' you mean Who? Who?' " "Who! Who! I don't mean that at all," said Judge Owl. "Who! Who! Hew silly ! What de you want that you ceme banging at my deer?" "Please, Mr. Owl, we heard you are the Weatherman, and can glte us geed weather," replied Janet. , , Judge Owl Binoethcd down hla rumpled leathern. ' "Who! Who! Who! 80 you have ceme en business," he hooted. "Walt a minute until T ret mv rlflfMCK." Judge Owl pepped back into his beuse, and in a moment he pepped out again wenrlnjt a large pair of smoked goggles. He glared through these down at Jack and Janet. "Who! Who!" he said at last. "Yeu leek like agreeable children. What kind of weethcr de you want?" "We want nice, warm spring weather," said Jack. , "With birds and flowers," added Janet. "Who! Who! I'll ee what I can de," hooted Judge Owl. Then he raised his voice In a hoot louder than any he had hooted before. "Who I Who! Pass the word Seuth! Is there any spring weather that wants te come North for Jack nnd Jnnet?" Jack and Janet wondered why Judge Owl hooted in this way. Then, like an echo, they heard his words caught up and sent en by n faint bird voice In the distance: "Pass the word Seuth!" Is there any spring weather that wants te come North for Jack nnd Janet?" Then as this voice died away, a second voice, still fainter in the distance pass ed the call nleng: "Pass the word Seuth. Is there any spring weather that wants te come North for Jack and Janet?" Judge Owl blinked at Jack and Janet. "I will have an answer in a few min utes." he said. "Gracious me!" said Janet. "Will that message go all the way Seuth?" Judge Owl yawned as he answered: "Who! Who! That it will de. Bird wireless will bring geed news te ou." (In tomorrow's chapter Jack and Janet learn hew the weather man works.) Effingham Peret Leaves 967,000 The will of Effingham Peret, 017 Clinten street, who was a prominent banker and churchman, was probated to day. The estate, valued at $(17,000, gees te the widow, Mary 13. Lrtters of ad ministration were granted in the estate of Jane Yeung, 140 West Lipplncett street, $,iOH. Inventories were filed In the estates of Jehn .1. Jejcc, $ftl8,1.,1.'l : Sarah I. Harvey, $"i17. and Quicnnlc W. Huflingten, .S10.177.77. Sewing Made a Pleasure perfect stitch, three time3 as &treng as ordinary stitches. And it has NO BOBBINS TO WIND, NO TENSION TO ADJUST features in them selves sensational. This machine i3 indeed dif ferent. Come te our store and see it or phone us te bring one te your home for a demonstra tion. Even the paying will be made pleasant, if you decide te purchase. Spruce 2192 iziSERVICE: ssss? ASCO H C ?IO I 1ri f' ri ,j , . ASCO ASCOM WmlfSStt&Z w "'' vssajiti " Lear II "' ' z-r t, r "-S 1 Vocational Guidance Hew te Become a Gas Inspector YOU can always tell a gas Inspector by the badge en his hat. This Is also the way the Gas Inspectors tell themselves. Every morning a Gas Inspector must ask himself en arising, "Am I or am I net a Gas Inspector?" The answer is VYes." The Gnu Insnecter s lob Is te read comical meters and then make reports according te the dictates of his con science. The poet who referred te conscience ns a still small voice was probably a Gas Inspector. GAS meters are usually hidden in the basement and can be found only by the architect's blue prints. Very few Gaa Inspectors .have these blue prints, but this docs net handicap them. They leek around in the basement untlt they And n meter. Sometimes' It's an elec tric meter, and sometimes ltls a water meter, who cares? 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The great savings' we have been enabled te make through personal selection we pass en te you AT NEW LOW PRICES I 50 Roem Sizes 11. 9x 8.10... $275 Feraghan Kermanshah Sultanabad Kherassan Arak Kermanshah Melas Serape Kherassan Serape ll.lOx 12. lx 11. Gx 12. Ox 11. Ox 11. 11. 16. 18. CHINESE RUGS That Are Werthy of the Name Oi' rare beauty, artfully embossed in rich blue, rose and tan grounds. 6x9 ft. 8x10 ft. 9x12 ft. $135 te $185 $250 te $325 $325 te $425 Our stock is replete in the smaller sizes at prices net very much mere than for geed domestic weaves. OTIOIOrLAYH p5Wu ADHI 1 C B2D ft THOMPSON 8T3. NORMA TALMADGE in "THK WONDKRFVb THING" ADPAniA CHDSTNUT Bel. 1CTH rwLl ie A. M. te 11 US P. il. MABEL MALMS In Ch-rUtt llrente'a "JANE EYRE" A CTnO FttANKI.IN ft GIUAriD AVE. AalUrv matini:b daily THOMAS MEIGHAN ; In "A PHINC'V. TIIKKU WAS" GlbT ft DAI.TIMOKK atU l IiVlUHU. Kc flSO. at. .Mt. POLA NEGRI In "ONE ARABIAN NIOIIT" rI t irDlDH Ilmad & Suquhnn DLUC.DirU Contlnueun S until 11 BUDOLFH VI.KNTlVO & A ONES AVBES "THE SHEIK" BROADWAY UtnVl p.m. speciai- rex I'liiinrrrns "THE QUEEN OF SHEBA" LArl iJi-. 10 a m -e ivin p. ii. JOHN BARRYMORE In "TUB LOTUS K.VTKK" COLONIAL01". i Maplenoed Atm. i, t mi u t. H. NORMA TALMADGE In "XIIK WONDKBFUI. THING" FAIRMOUNT AnAia BvrxiAi- vn?: imiohittien "OVER THE HILL" r-T-u ct THKA'lIti: Mew Hpruc DOlri 31. MATIMJK DAILY Mn4IIALI. Ni:il N'S "BITS OF LIFE" GREAT NORTHERN avv.riAi. vex pun Urciatl Bt.t Erli 'J. 1 t- n fllilf I II 1,,-x "THE QUEEN OF SHEBA" IMPERIAL &V.' 'UX.Te RUDOLPH VALENTINO n "THK CONUUKRING POUICH" KARLTON a,WA .""? ' CK'IL II. W. MII.I.K l-neni (V1 i "SATURDAY Nrr.HT" n Vi , ,.. .. Lehigh Palace aTZ:V,Z "nd VIOLA DANA Series: -Byj.r.MeBver A much tan as when thev are at home. and must be charged accordingly. It Is suspected , that Ons Inspectors learn who are en their vacations from the milkman, who, as, everybody knows, always leaves twice ns much milk et the deer when there is nobody home. These Leng Winter Nights Comfert and cezineM in the home are provided by Incandescent Gas Light clear, mellow, restful. ' Te get the most enjoyment from geed gas light, care should be used in the selection of the lamp and shade. Our display of Lights, Fixtures and Shades is in keeping with the needs of this time of year. THE UNITED GAS IMPROVEMENT CO. HARjiWICK & MA.GEE 1220 MARKET FEBRUARY An offering extraordinary of a $250,000 collection. Less Than a Year Age 9. 6... 8.11... e e , V Tt 7. 6... 550 325 375 475 450 325 250 575 750 5x 7.11... 5x 9. 6. . . 9x 9. 9... 8x11.10... rilOTOfLAYS 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. I FRPRTV BKOAU k COLUMBIA AV. U.101,r 1 I MATINKB DAILY M'KCIAL FOX PRODUCTION "OVER THE HILL" ORFPMT WoedUnrt Aw. VI1CJN 1 JIATINEE nt ti:-j at K DAILY M'KCI'II, IWT III "THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH" OVERBROOK wp'lr"5 MME. NAZIMOVA in "CAM1I.LK" PALACE !14 MAltKKT b'niEKT lft A. M Iu ll.Mfi P. M. LIONEL BARRYMORE In "IIUOMKKN(l BILL" RFP.PMT MAIIKKT BT. Belew 1TTH rVCVlUI'N t il A. M te 11 P. M. POLA NEGRI In "THJ! LAST PAYMENT" RIAI TO OKBMANTOWN AVENTJE m'I'cial rnx I'RennrTKiN "OVER THE HILL" SHERWOOD "t.rtii SPI'.C'IAI, CAHT In "A MAN'S HOME" STAN! PV MAHKET AT 10 TH 13 1 miILt I II A M. 'n i1;lfi p, M. HAROLD LLOYD In "A HAII-On-MADK MAN" STANTON LHKT Alwve 10TH J 1 -!N 1 V-IX 11.30 A, jt- t M-m p. M. "THE FOUR HORSEMEN OP Till! APOCALYPWK" 333 MARKETpI"rcE,Te 7,7 JACK HOLT In "Till: CALL Or THE NORTH" VICTORIA y'ET ST. ab. em v iv i v-ixi- e te una p m HPP.CIAL CAhT In "Ten Nights in a Barroom" CiRANT-1022 WWl Ave. Mat. Tomer. v-lxrTl viiiln nnd ivKau Itecltali MARY CARR In "TIIUNnEHCLAP" DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In "TIIK THREE MlVliETKKKh" NKVT ATTRAf'TIIIV n, w. r.r.ii'iiTirN wav imjwn k.rt GrTnnntriwn 6B, O'rmantewn Avt. vicrinenvQwn mxtinkh daily n tf tU-tnvl4n? V gts nian is adiustfnRMmntar This cei consists of listening very pitjs ur complaint and then telling te your npli wl that that's what It says en the matt? and If youvden't bclleve it you can US' looking at the meter won't get you vEii tut. Nobody, but the man who invent! It knows what all-the silly flturwS'j 14 mash flMH It A H1l lAfla a a a v f hl I.IID mrvci jumnciii ir bmi.. 7 IV iircuiit uuu iav u ivwg Vt Ce. llgfe:! ienteJ. Rugs Roem Sizes Serape 9. 3x 8. 0...$195 Scrape 11. 7x 9. 6... 225 Savalan 12. lx 8. 6... 250 Melas 12. 9x 8. 9... 385 Gorevan 13. Ox 9. 9... 485 Sultanabad 13. 6x 8. 7... 350 Laristan 13. 8x 9.10... 350 Anatolian 15. 0x11. 9... 485 Kurdistan 14. 7x 9. 3... 650 Turceman 18.5x12.6... 750 PHOTOPLAYS -PMOWUfi .jrmtmcA . kThe NlXON-NIRDLINGtK 0 THEATRES RPI MONT 62l AROVB MARKET t,vlvyt :'t0 tt"1! " "0. 30 te II CONSTANCE TALMADGE In "LLBSUNSI. I.OV1V' CFHAP WTlf" CLUAU AVENUl n i,. ' -3" d"J T mid V P. M PrUclllit Dean nnrt KrrlKTl Kmllnn)U U "CONFLICT" COI mPI IM Mm het Let. 60lh & t H. C'1-'"1 I 30 4 3,7 & HP. M zAiE GiiKVH I'dwiiiirtii. ntery "T1k Myterieu8 Rider" JUMBO KJtONT T. ft UlRAHU AV .Tumhrt .fnn(. rtn WantfrA TJ' WNDILXM STANDING In IIANIL KINO'S "tAKTHBOUND" I FAHPR 41ST LANCAhTER AV. l-L-rVLC-rV j -10 te B: 7 te It P. U. MARION DAVIES III "TIfK BRIDE'H PHY" I rifl KT a-lJ ANO LOCUST 8TRUKTB LUWUJIm,,, ) .30, 3 0D-. T3vs. 0.00 te II FRED STONE In "THK OUKr. OF flllMNKY BUTTi;" Extra-Special! Pictures of the Newly Elected Pepe, Pius XI NIXON BSD AND MARKET STB. ":1S. 7 ml I . ALICE LAKE In "THE INFAMOI'H MIHH BEVKLL" NIXON'S GLENSIDE Ml- M. BEBE DANIELS In "THK HPICKD OlltL" RIOI F '2D AND HANSOM ST3. . BERT LYTELL In "A TB1P TO PAR DIHE" AQTI-1 CT Tbfuire. Ovv. "L" 'rBinf O 113 1. v ,sn t and OP.- VIOLA DANA In "THE MATCH HRi:AKKR" STRAND u,n Ar-nK,,v.'.nf,p. MARION DAVIES In "THK imniK'8 play" AT OTHER THEATRES. MEMBERS OF M. P. T. O. A. J ICCrrDCrtM !0lh ft Dauphin B JMlllaJW MATIN BlJ DAILT ALL-STAB TAT In "The Sen of Walltngferd" PARK. WOOB AVE.' & DAUPHIN JkV BPECIAL CA&T In t)n panned from the Wild w' "'" nifdy,, r V . A'.' ('a' SSf,TKS?lSjrr?ST!? ' In " IJPK'B DABN rtl.NNV" i -puniy ryiw tn vvmw'ja "I s '. y , . ' . v SM yvufft i,&b! . v mkMmm, i' ,!' .fi tft . f .... V "J..,. ...' 9 ! ". !,! Jlt ?,t.rlti ttmmi km..ltf a1 OLlMtfe".'