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I don't knew what ou mean If the the victim of a plot? but don't believe all the wild rumors that float round. I'm sum I cannot give you a description of her ns she is in real life, having never met the lady, but H reports I have heard have been IauSatery. Wnlluce Iteid U tl feet 1 Inch tall and lias blue eyes. We've had Held's picture, and one of Gleria bfta just been used also. , Neutral Yeu ay you aie glad we we have stepped the Kcld-Valentine scrap, and then go en te rave nbeut both of Uiem. Ilullier Inconsistent, don't you think? Most of the tnrs de nut like te give their home alldre-ses, se I always give the fans the studio. On I directory gic alentine's home ad-1 tress rs 71151) Hollywood boulevard, but i T won't vouch for it. Ne, I have never , ... ,Y, . ,., , - ,,, t met "Rudle." but knew several peepl H m gU.l you stand up ter the Barry who have, lie was an accomplished I mnr"s- '.1 1cj re e far abe the n cr- naneer before he took that scene in "The "R" me,T ""VT1 !. li,l, Vm TTn-oemon Tf I l.rr,,. nmthtmr comparison. Alse I agree vilth you en ..?.:.. .i.. i -. ..u .. . ,v,?.. .5: .1 i.fc v'."i.. " ;',''", !"? "yuu '"''"' -" t""'"' '"i..f efflplnl Wife" severnl vears nce'' pablish it. v "Det S. Address Graee Merse, car" e Themas II. Ince Studie, Culver City, Calif. ? M. Ij. X. Your requests for pic tures of Asncs Ayrcs, Valentine an 1 Kitty Gorden arc noted and will be fllled as toen ns possible. Add re"? Vnl-1 emtlne, care of Fameu l'la.urs-Lasky Studie, Hollywood, Calif. S; ?' ? Yeu d hke te hayj 0T(.avnllim of thc site nf the nnticnt U publish mere ansxvers te fans let- , p, . ()f ,.on,,llelli Asin Miner. accord -ters, would 3 eu.M ere almost, swempe-l j ; , rabiegraln received yesterday new. And .von say you ve seen -r'0 bv Kdward Capps. former Minister te meylea In the last, three years. ?" ' f;reeee and chairman of thc Beard of certainly are a i m tirt-nighter. A, Mannsers nf ,he American Scheel of MTO nac proenuiy.nouceci ue ere in , tfcin column, I de net aree with von ort the siibject of the "Mis-ses OUhes bflnf'srcnt actresses. It sounds funny te hear you screen "fanettcs" actu ally condescend iiy; te put Jehn Barry Barry Uiere Hemewhere near the tei pinnacle, which you accord te Ileid VaJentlne, lfelghau ct al. Wanda Caruso New. really, what de you mean bj .Usturbin; the hard carncd peace of this column by start- iM that volcano again? 1 refuse te btand by and see .win de it. Yeu are Vally quite absurd in claiming that ' : .nationality had anj thins te de with tn toeaaalen. 'Xeander Kilpatrlck Don't become a skeptic because of the case jeu mention. because, as a matter of fact, you art wrong in your accusation. That com pany did net steal your idea. The jile ture in question. "The World's Chatn Chatn ipjen," Is adapted from a stage play called "The Champien." which plueil here a year or se age with Grant Mitchell. It is by A. K. Themas, n well-known nlajwriglit. ?e. In this case, anyway, you an't complain e net getting a square deal. Elizabeth Preston writes ' Ilcfnrrin; te your reply te Kathrjn V. K.. I flr like shouting, 'tile me thee hnnd. mun.' for, though it i" cxprih-ed In brnad Devenshire, theni is iny -entinients li' Giiih, and the only Mary enf little bar of tricks, the t-anie jcstfrdiij. tedav and forever. T hheuld like te take ex ception te K. I'. K.'s wholesale con demnation of the ltarryruerc. .lehn and Lionel, for. in m opinion, thfv an both top hole. Ale -.lieuld like your opinion t that splendid chap, llnrrv T .Merc. who has recently reme bnek in 'A Man's Heme' after a wear's abciui' I'e missed him a let and Imagine there are '8 mmtt in like case. Will cenfes un- Uncommon Sense ny JOHN BLAKE EigVVOUU conscience is a very delicate guardian te watch eer jeu und you straight. gyjwit Is Is eaHlly persuadable, and ran jfceeW'y readily tliiuct aside. Kurtlier- L.X.r. If uevil'miu iiltli ..i.ti'L illi.r.iilla. L.-i. j:afeBient, und if it is roughly treated ly."'-It .will seen perish altogether. Rriij(f we ecgin um cnniiren te compromise Win "n our consciences. If we keep It up tee lone thcre Is no const'lenco left te ;x !., n h r;i,. rniwi ilv ,h.. ii,i. $? .5BBr?n. " v; , Al .ll,li e ..uiiv-n-m-u icim ..,,,, v.wfc jw It In wrong te run away, that it will i ic la wrong te run away, tnac it wm m' i. , . - .1 -.1 .l..... ,.. 1 t. Vr iU ZW.M Alm.a .wn..l.li. 'i"rj .mm. inn uiiii.iit:i . niiu iiL-iuuua tLL 111,11 li"alH'."!2, " .""""." vrStm Tfla that iust ceinc around the1 the dlffeience between right and wrong. f&JEL it nil ? riallv runnhni nay-'vFy cw are born M unmoral itSKV SntemlJ'toceme baVin'n , that they de net recejnize this differ- While, and that if nobody tindB te nariu win rcsu t. uai inn OOesu l Knew win nui nurrj : m ' pllOUND the corner he sees a fire .figlnc. or u fiibcleatlng light, or iMrcn pniying a new came, ami tunica 011 His journey. I I 1....I.... ... ...,t.nl,l him 1VUVV ULIlia IV Ul'UIUlU .. - '. ' dHmEfflEfflS.?-. a. i "' '." '"' -''-SJ'-.v.w evie Nerma's new release M. NEHLT blushlngly te n decided 'crush' en this big blonde star. Haven't missed a sin cle picture of his in ever five years. There's constancy for jeu. "I hae written an article about Mr. Mercy that you might care te read. It is billed en nctual first-hand knowledge of the star himself, and is net the usual write-up stuff based largely upon a pipe dream. De you ever permit folks le see you n nersen in your sanctum"; i Or out of It? There is se much I should I like te learn about the writing game from one who is in it, and whether you i were male or female, old or young. doesn't bine ,iny weight whatsumever. Disinterested net ': "If j en hne been able te decipher this seYawl se far, won't you please send me n reply as seen us convenient? I realize that mine in n modest request, with a engcanee. but then " the subject of JIarrv T. .Mercy. l)i Jfi ''.veu remember hit "Millien Hid" an He's a very vital and forceful actor. Sure, come along in if you care te take se desperata n chance, though we ad mit te little ability at giving geed advice. TO UNEARTH IONIAN CITY Greece Grants Americans Permission te Excavate Ruins In Asia Miner Washington. Feb. S. The Greek n , , St j t Atlcn, , ' . . Tiie excavations under the permit. the tim te be granted any foreign so ciety since the World War, will be un dertaken by the American tchoel in col cel col lnberution with the Fogg Museum of Fine Art- of Harvard University. Mr. I Cnpps said today. Colophon wan one of Hie twelve cities ui:it te:iiiiuu"ii uv Ionian confederacy .of UUU . ( . and its ruins arc among thc most impie Ive In si7e of any of the ancient cities of Asia Miner. ACCEPTS MONTANA CALL Rev. Allan Haldeman, Mount Hepe Paster, Will Leave Thursday The Rev. Allan Haldeman, pastor of the Mount Hepe Methodist Epl-cepal Church. Delaware County, has resigned that pastorate and leaven for Mentana next Saturday. He will work under l5Nhep Chailcs Wesley Burns, who wa fermerl pastor of the Flr-t Methodist , l'pisiupal Chuicli. (icrinantenn .iir. iiiiiui'iiiun ui'i-ipiiins jiiiMer 01 inc Methodist (hutch at Drumniend. in the shecp-raiiiii; country, about sixty mile's west nf Iiclcnii. lie was bem in this city, hut attended public school in Den ver lc has had pastorates in IJalti IJalti meie, Mai-lialten. Chester County, and i Mount Mope. The Ilev. Dr. (ieerge W. Ili'ien, ili-triit superintendent, will rppeint a supply for the Mount Hepe pulpit. Leyal Legien te Mest The Military Older of the r.eyal l.cien will held n stated meetiiiK to te ulsrlit at tin- I'uieii I.ciiKiie. Jacob II Stndelni.iu will aildiess the I.cglen en "Abraham Iimelu in the City of Philadelphia lMH-O.V' Compromising With Your Conscience , when he -tarts te return. But it's tee late then, the mischief Is done, The man who takes an unfair busi- neys adviiiit.ige of another man, tells his rensclence that the victim is feeble1 minded, and that somebody else would get tlic better of him sooner or later. If Ills conscience begins te believe thnf. It will I'case te eneratc in all meial crises, and presently will he winking ui burglary and grand laiteny. A snfe rule is te be sure join con- sclent e Is i Igllt in tnc nist piacc, which 't "'." " en'l eb0' ,lJt 'mandates. -r,,r.r ivwn .nn,.i.... 1. ...,. .in i,.i4 iu aw.14.... i,.i t ,u ji'ui -tu- science Is a distinct knowledge of it j "' instinctively. Bmtilev that knowledge and reu will go straight. And inasmucn aH a straight line (s the Hhertest distance between two points, you will reach success far mere quhkly. nnd Infinitely mere surely, If' jeu take the straight read Indicated by cenn'irncc, than the crooked rend pointed out b, weakling 'elf Intciest. .7 . .. . . . Copyright, tttt. 1V 1'utUc Mgrr Company j i-v "l3n -i - WTy v Oy .17JTrY.; . .; vM'nW.V '!.' w sine piIAROES that motion-picture J producers arc senselessly extrava gant are based en sheer Ignorance of the art and business of motlen-picturcliak-Ine." Se says Cecil B. Dc Millc, Ixuky pro ducer, replying te the accusation that film directors expend money needlessly in supplying "atmosphere" te tbclr pic tures. "The eye of the camera Is nll-secing.'' says Mr. De Millc. "Yeu can't hoofl heofl hoefl wink it. It reproduce eh the screen just what it sees. If that object is rnniilnn tlm urrprn renroductlen lssenu- 'inc; If the object is false or an imita tion the camera registers the fact. "Iieng age I discovered that It was impossible te use false jewelry en the .screen. Invariably it leeks in the pic ture just what it Is an imitation of 1 the real thing. That's why it is ncccs- isarv te supply our actresses and actors with genuine jewelry of the finest caliber if the screen reproduction Is te ring true. "Fer every one of my pictures I find it neccsary te assemble considerable quantity of real jewelry. This is turned 1 ever te a special caretaker for the dura tion of the picture. This individual is , personally respenlhlc for the safekeen i lng of the collection. It is issued te the I actors only when needed and then re turned te the guardian. "I needed an ermine-lined cloak for Edith Ilebcrts in my last nictur. New Alaskan ermine an imitation may be purchased for one-fifth the nmeunt that Huwinn ermine costs. But reu could distinguish the difference at once en the screen. Se real ermine was se cured despite the well-nigh prohibitive cost. "These are instances of 'extrava gance.' perhaps, but they are a tyne of extravagance that is demanded by the camera anu Dy tuc public. DREAMLAND ADVENTURES Judge Owl Weatherman ny IIADDV (Jack and Janet tcaut sptiiip ie come, no they go te visit Judge Owl, the Weatherman. IJc semis a icfrc Icss mcsianc te thc Seuth.) CHAPTER III TACK and .lanct sat down en a fallen tree te await the answer from Judge Owl's wireless message te th& South land. JudgT Owl, perched en n braucii outside his office, blinked sociably at them through his dark glasses. He looked vcrj . crv wise. "Can't you really tell what the weather Is going te be?" asked Jack. "Who! Who! I'll show you." hooted Judge Owl. Then he rais-ed hlsi voice In a particularly loud hoot that traveled fur. fa'-iwav threush the weeds. "Heel Hen! Tell me true, what's the weather going te de?" Jack and .Timet llstercd eagerly for the answer. Thrj heard only the caw of a rrew In the distance. "Heel Hoe' It is going te snow." said Judge Owl suddenly. They could see the cleudv sky, but no sign of Fne' "Ileo! IIoe! The snow in coming finm the north " hooted Ju Ige Owl .Tuck and Janet faced niut just as white 'lnke-4 began te drift frcm the gray clouds. "Hoe" Hoe! Didn't I tell you true"'" toasted Judge Owl. "Oh. we ar? sol tig te have mere win tir. T wbh thc snow would step," cried Janet. Far in the dl-tance sounded the scream of a Canadian Jay. Judge Owl listened closely. Then he wisely winked his lug eyen. "Hoe! Hoe! The wind is turning te th" cast." he -aid. "We are geini; te have a dash of sleet !" ' Sure enough, the wind which hn ben from the north ccred te the cast The snow turned te hard pellets of sleet. The -let stung Jack and Janet in thcii I faces. "I don't like this," declared Janet. "Sleet Is worse than snow," V disrant owl hoot sounded faintlv. Judge Owl listened Intently and se did Jack. And this is what lack heard: "IIoe! IIoe! Wind is new from the 'cuth. where skies are blue. IIoe . Hoe!" Judge Owl ruffled his f?athers and grinned at Janet. "Hoe! Hec! We will change the weather for .ou. We will hnve wind fiem the s-euth, blue sules and sunshine tee." Again the wind veered, the sleet blew i away, glints of sunshine came from above, and '.oeklng up. Jack and Janet a; the blue sky peeping through rifts In the criy clouds. 'Wonderful"' cried Janet. "Judg' Owl, jeu arc a very wise Weather- rtnan "Hoe' Hoe: Te be Mire l am, i hooted .ludjp Owl. I nhvaxs knew i wlut the wathcr is geins te be." i Jack laushed. "I knew hew ynu knew what the weather in going te be." l.e snld te Judfe Owl. "Birds fur aw.iv tell jeu what kind of weather ii. ceminj. ' Judi Owl secmel much fussed at ' that Jack had juesseil the secret n his weather wisdom. But Judge Owl dien't stay fussed long. "Whe: Who! I think I'm clever i Den r jru ' Yes. Jack did think him clever. And. after all. it re.illv w.is a wise way te find what the weather was going te be. But new Judge Owl was listening l,i enh. Jack and Janet could hear n ta'iu he'i'ii'is. "Hoe! IIoe! Here is an answer te our v ircless." hooted .Indue Owl. "Snilnir iw en the way from tht Seuth land. Snrimr is traveling fast. Ant v ith spriug arc the caser suininsi birds T'hev ire hemcuick for tlie Xerlh- liind." JaKc and Junet gave a nheut or jej . "Tell the spring te hurry. lcll the biitU we are hungry te see them and te hear their lad songs." "Heel Hoe' Den t be in a rush, warned Judge Owl. "If the birds hurrj along tee Cast Old Man Winter nn jump bn'k and catch them, and then thev will be ireyen ! d"lltll. s .luclge Uwl sniu tnai, Jack nnd Janet heaid a coatse chu'-kls behind them. They turned around tx sec Blnckie Crew illuff away. He looked ns though he were en an evil errand. (The new lenlly wan en an evil cr rand, an you will seen find out ) .. N Wills Probated Today "Wills ndmittcd te probate today in eluded these, of Mary I. an I-eer. $18,000; Mary E. Woodward. 71.1 North Fortieth street. M8,fi00; William T. Street, S52 East Mercer street, $5000; Elian Schwartz. 1004 Seuth Seventh street, 8.00; Ernest Ijlnscnmnler. tllfi North Klftv-slxth sticct. Sa0,000; Jeseph A. Herner, died lVnnsylvaniii Hesnltal for Mental Diseases. $070(1 ; ! . 1 M V-M Maga Itessin (lelilman, -'510 Spnngler stieet.. StiOOO. nnd Sarah I.. Fnrrell, Busl'i ten, Slli,S50. '' T. vi "m VEBDrsrCMLOtV? Excellent Performance of ihe Opera With a Streng Cast at the Academy THE CAST Ktnc riilllp Ariame Dtdur Den Carle .'. Ululle C'rlml RedriKO fllum-ntim i! 1.I1M The urand Inquisitor , Ixiuls irAnsole , .MenK William uusiaiaen llllzat-cth .ltej Petvtrtls l'rlncrnfl Hbell Alrffamtii Malundiipr Tebatde .....Ann Penaelle Ceuntp Armberc, Maria Bavaca A Hriald ,. atordane Paltrlnlerl v voice Man- sunueliua Conductor Cl.jr.nare Papl. A splendid performance of Verdl'h "Den Carles" was alvrn by thc Metre pelitan Opera Company at thc Academy of Music last evening before the usual capacity house. The opera itself ranks high among the uninteresting works of thc great composer, as It bes neither the poignant melodies or the best operas of the early period, such as "Trovatore" and "Rleolctte." nor Is there much In It which forecasts the coming glories of "Alda," "Otclle" and "Folstnffe." Verdi was far tee much of a meledist, however, te com cem cem peso nn entire opera fcvitheut some wonderful melodies, of which undoubt edly tbe greatest one in "Den Carles" Is "O den fatele," superbly sung last evening by Mmc. Matzenauer. The arias "Dle che ncll alma" and "Per me glunte" are also among the best of the opera. In pageantry and sccnlcelly thc opera gives some fine opportunities which were made thc most of by Mr. Oatti's organization, the scene in front of the cathedral being beautifully staged and allowing the chorus te de some of the best work It has done in Philadelphia for a long time. But as a whole the opera lacks the vocal and dramatic climaxes which are usual In the larger works of Vcrdl. Nothing but praise can be given for thc manner in which the opera was performed. The cast included some of thc best singers and actors of the Metropolitan's roster and all were ad mirably suited te thc roles allotted te them. Miss Penscllc sang and acted well thc role of the unfortunate Eliz abeth, and Mms. Matzenaucr sang in her usual superb manner and adequately depicted the varied emotions demanded In the part of Princess Kbell. Mr. DIdur made nn excelcnt King Philip, although thc rele docs net make many demands upon his great dramatic abil ity. Thc title rele was admirably per formed by Mr. Criml, and Mr. dc Luca showed the Rodcrige is one of his best parts. He was In unusually fine voice last evening nnd did splendidly one of thc most dramatic scenes in the opera that in thc cell of Den Carles at the close of the third act. The miner roles were all well taken. Mr. Papi 1 centiucicu. i "I 5re OlefeeV&rtttek Ce. 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AfULLU aiATINUH DAILY SPECIAL "AKT In , "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligan" ADPAniA CHESTNUT Hel. 10TH AKwDl je A. M. le 11:15 P. M. MAUEL BALMS In Charlette llrente'n "JANE EYRE" A OTrD FRANKLIN t OIHAKD AVE. ASIUIX MATINKG DAILY NORMA TALMADGE In "Till: WONDERFUL TlIINO" BALTIMORE SEMM! ' NORMA TALMADGE In "THE WONDEKFIL THLC" rt 1 ICDIDn Jtrend A Susquehanna ULXJlLDltKlJ Cnntinunuii 2 until 11 ETHEL CLAYTON le "EXIT THE VAMP" BROADW A V ', WP.AJ: SPECIAL FOX PKOIH'CTIOV i THE OUEEN OF SHtBA" r'APITni V'- MARKET .ST. trllJLt ie A M le tl-in P. M JOHN BARRYMORE In "THE UITI'H F.ATKI1" I --v1 Ml Al etn' RUplfoed Ae. 1 LAJLAJlNlM- yae, 7 and II P. M. NORMA TALMADGE In "THE VJONDEKFt'L THINC." FA1RMOUNT stt&tlg&'iX& SPECIAL FOV PIMint'CTION 1 "OVER THE HILL" Frpii CT THEATRE Belew fiprucs 3D In Ol. MATINEE DAILY WALLACE RKin flLOUIl SWANSON In "Don't TeU Everything" , GREAT NORTHERN MftVfS: SPECIAL I X IMtlllKTTKIN "THE QUEEN OF SHEBA" IKIDCRTAI U0TH & WALNUT BTS llVlr CrVIrM-' mIi .'.Id llimi. 7 i. 0 RUDOLPH VALENTINO In "TIIE CONQVKRIMi POWER" fARITHN CHESTNUT Above RROAD KrL)lUlr)niiv n:ie A.xr. te n ae p.m. CECIL II. DK MILLE I'llOIH'CTION "SATURDAY NIGHP' ' Lehigh Palace ""ffffJl, 8nd HOPE HAMPTON In "LOVE'S PENALTY" ip!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read imm w pbiihiwwiii mch pwaim . 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M. HAROLD LLOYD In "A SAILOILMADE MAN" STANTON MARKirr Abc ieth j 1 nn i kji n:nfi A - t ii ..in p.m. "THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE" 333 MARKETnsm; STiF JACK HOLT In H.THE CALL OF TIIKXpnjlI" Vlr'TORlA MARKET BT. h, 0TH ' "w v".v " a. yr in iiji ". win I P M SPFC'IAl. I!AST In urw .. i . . " .. i en nignts in a Barroom" GRANT 2 ... .. . -. . . ." . ' uiraru AVf. Int Tndav ALI-hTAIl f'lT I.. V.'!1 ""'' i'Kan Jiecitala "THE VOICE IN THE DARJC"! AT OTHER THEATRES, Amhaccarlnr DRlnwr Ave, ut r.Hth milUdSSaUOr our prices, 10c. 20c. 80e CONTINltOUS 1.31) TO lll'O DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" NEXT ATTRACTION D. W. GRIFFITH'S "WAY DOWN EAST" Pvmsiritr-Ari B5, G'rmantewn At vaermaniewn matinei: daily SPECIAL FOX 1'ItOIICM'inN . 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MiyWlX 7M.TIM ALICE LAKE In "THE IMAMOl'S MISS RETELL" NIXON'S GLENSIDE & A 4 EUGENE O'BRIEN In "CLAY HOLLARS" RIVOF I 02D AND 8ANSOM ST3. ll V UL.I l:30ant1 3:ft'4S te 11T. It BERT LYTELL In "A TRIP TO MKAnur." -.-...... lml 1 0T' ThAAtr. Cinn .l 1'armlnAl 'U7 1 n O 1 . T.'.in m. S n U. . ?!' VIOLA DANA In "TUB MATCH BREAKER" OTn A Mrv nm.n(n.n ... v.nan i . I r LM. Ill I "".'"". r... fc - -! -- "no nan in 11 P. MARION DAVIES In "TUB DRIDE'S FLAY'' .3 MEMBERS OFM. P. T. O. A, JEFFERSON 'ftMSSfflhS' JACK PICKFORD I In "IVBt'OVT fOT- COLLEOE" -d PaRK?'vb, DA DAOPHIN ST-.' Eve. e:IB te Mil tT.T.HTtn fAKT III THE VOICE IN THE DARK1 m Ads en I .A I I P 1 'Wf. MSkttLka 1 mkiiMiMm, "--, ' fVrl, I IteXteh&SiL irn l':3'KW .