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IMttET fflfllMMHMMH ;-. " vw - ''" V.eprnSrV . ," - frwwKvp-t1 ; EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERPHIIiADELPMlA. TUJBHDAI, J' . V I , v1 ns 11 IrV k m P i W"i iV & bX'fll fa tA X 3& Daily Mevie Magazine FOR EHE FMJIf WW SCRAPBOOK THOMAS MEIGIIAN TT tcill he glad te publish the pictures of aueh screen players as are suggested by the fans THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTER-BOX By HENTtY Olive Patterson writes; "I'm nfrald I have been writing te the Letter Bex a Reed bit lately, but slnce I get starteJ I can't seem te step. Here Is some thing for your "film faults" column. "The ether day I baw 'Saturday Night' and liked It very much. Who is the leading ladv in that picture. Beatrice Jey or Edith Roberts? I like Leatrlcc Jey best. "Well, when Tem. the chauffeur, first brings Iris te his home the first thing she notices Is that the elevated runs right past her window, the tracks en a level with the sill and all you ran nee of the trains are the wheels. In the fire scene, the four principal characters are in that room ; when they nee the smoke coming from under both doers they all rush te the window, and le! and beheld! the tracks and cars hire completely vanfched, and about ten stories down Is the street and across the street Is another tenement house, but net a sign of the tracks and cars. Njw what de you think of that? "Just lately somebody mentioned that The Fortune Hunter would be a geed picture for Agnes Ayers nnd Rodelph Valentine, I think 'The Re membered Kiss,' by the same authoress, would be better." (Beatrice Jet and EdHh Roberts were co-featured In "Saturday Night". Neither was leading lady; both were.) , "Lee" writes: "Possibly by the time this Js sent the answers te my ether letter will appear, but I will repeat two former questions in case my letter has been lest. "What Is your personal opinion of the work and personality of Johnny Hlnes, also what Is his address? He has been one of my favorite comedians since I first saw him in World Pictures with Rebert Warwick in 'Alias Jimmy I Valentine nnd id with Marie Dressier in i "ri11l XrnVna TTn ' I also like the 'Torchy' series very much and think they nre godsends In these days, of be few really funny comedies. Did you see Hlnes in 'Burn-'Em-Up Bames' V 'mat wbb anetner real cemeny mm nnn h fine cast and lets of action without custard pies, etc. "I suppose from the above you can deduce that I like Johnny Hlnes. Well, you're right. In my estimation he ranks second only te Hareld I.leyd nt the screen's beet comedian, and I have decided te write te him If you'll be se kind an te ebltga with his address. "New I would like te knew what has beceme of another of my favorites J. Warren Kerrigan. He ls, I think. net only handsome, hut In a very clever actor, nnd I h?pe he hasn't deserted 'the screen. Frem the 'early dnj-8' (yes, I'm an old-timer when he played Snm. Ren T've been one of his staunch nil- mlrers, nnd new, net having teen him en the screen ter nDeut a year, i miss him very much. Have you any Informa tion ns te hi future pinna? Alse, what Is your opinion of him and his work Yes; I wippese it is rather dangerous te ask veu te give your own opinion of any 'of the stars after the recent M nhd v controversy, but I'm risking It. anyway, for I knew your courage Is wonderful. "In my first letter I snld that we eined te agree en our likes and dis oral noer pictures but by lipr earlier ones, nnd I nope her future' productions will be equnl te her 'An TCye for an I3ye' or 'Iteveln- aen. unmiiie wns errcainiy very noer. but, unlike another of your read Kjvl xnnil n nrpw n n our Ultra nnd ills- ' M$A Its of the players, but new grind Hid "') i t there, untp again: Iwo W ".var ax. I want te retract that stnte- 'Weeks" "In Search of n Shiner" ( "J Sinent. for I've found three of my vcr ' pecl ; that's the one jet lefer te), r ' best fnveritcs that you don't IIHp. The ?&? emnn. ' "Geed Herer. h "First, tliere's Nnalraevn. who, I ences, "Dnngereu HuMness, 'wed. ?.' think, Is one of th"e wreen's finest nrtists "ling neils." "Mnimna b Affair. V nnd whom I remember, net by thp rpv- "I'nir off Silk Stockings" nnd "Lessens if oral noer pictures she has made lately. , in I.eve." &' ,ers, I old net lute tun story none ny trV , ."1 1...11 T !.l I T i;iBru mmuiiu lining, i'iurt, mill j generally enjoy her work very much. "Itegardlng Sladame's gowns in 'Ca mllle,' they were like the rest of the nlcture. but in her ether pictures 1 think they are u distinct novelty, and .Madame ueserves cremt tneretore net only for her versatility, but for her originality. Is that enough te con cen Tinea jeu I like her? "Well! the binne gees for the Oish sis tern. Dorethy I llke best in com edies like 'GheHts in the Garret,' and If you saw that I'm sure en Ml ngree she Is a geed comedienne, l'oer Lillian Is always called upon te portray the same emotions, se why blame her thnt he ts nlwujH the same? I certainly -.,.. I. .I.t 1. ..'.! lnt l.n- , wlnh thnt they'd let her de n 'regular' 'i! tOctUre Wltll a little COmcdy in it. Ullll -?4t Wnn.tf bhn'fl shnw lipr nhllUv luit'iiiwl i 'JmwhUem. ,;K?'I ther .!.. -- ...,. .. -.... ,u en. thoroughly ngree with you en the ures or karie Williams ana .Mary wru, wen ene cxcepcieu, unai en s "l'be J-eve uignt,' In wliicli ;lit JIm rjckferil did very geed irdlaK ber ether Pictures, k pitld(te pay eat that they' ifM"daMk, ' fc-r M. NEELT tired me, for I thought I must be odd, as every one else seemed te enjoy them, but new I am glad te see you are an odd fellow, tee. I also like the way you express yourself regarding Agnes Ayres. Yeu say you like her as a beautiful woman rather than ns an actress. Me tee! "Twe mere questions I must nsk. What were the names of the pictures in which Constance Talmadge played that were shown here last year? I started te keep a record Inst year of every feature picture I saw, the cast nnd my opinion of its worth. New my record is complete, with one exception a plc plc ture featuring Cennie Talmadge and which I did net put down at the time. New I can't recall the name. "My record shows that last year I saw 1S3 pictures, and I knew you'll help me by giving me the above In formation. "Second. What pictures hare had Pauline Starke In the cast? She is an other of my favorites and, I believe, one of yours. r'In closing I want te tell you I cer tainly enjoy your movie page very much, nnd I like best, next te your letter box, Cennie Palmer's letters. I liked her description of Narlmevn, tee. I'm sorry te have taken se much of your time, but I knew you'll forgive me and answer the few (?) questions I've sub mitted. And, with your permission, I might write again and make it shorter. Hepe you will continue te officiate as the wise old owl for many moons te come." (That's nice of you. Tour letter is of Mich general interest and shows se genuine n knowledge of the movies that I've printed it in full for the benefit of the ether fans. . New let's sec about the questions. Seme of 'em have made me scratch my old heart pretty hard, Mr personal opinion or .Johnny nines' werK ls aimet wuni yours j. i nava thoroughly enjoyed all of the Torchy Pictures, and I think "Burn. Km-1 P l. Bnrnes" was one of the high lights in screen comedy. By the way. it jns , wmien ey a goeu irienu ei nine, iiay Schreck. se maybe I'm prejudiced. M opinion of nines' personality isn't quite be glowing. He's nil right te meet, but he has hnd a very midden nnd unex pected success which has naturally somewhat turned the head of a chap who, only a few ycara age, was i newsboy. But If you get him in his off moments, he's quite geed company. Address him care of C C. Burr, 1S5 West Forty-fourth Mrcct, New Tort. I'm net quite mire nbeut .1. Warren Kerrigan. I've heard thnt he is going into pictures again, but haven't been able te confirm It yet. But lip'd be very much pleased te hear from an nd mlrer nnd would probably answer your questions If you vrete him. Address him care W. W. Hodkinson, T.27 Fifth " 1 nvenue. New Yerk. He wsh one of my !, favorites, tee. Ne; it Isn't ilnnsereiiN t ' te nk me te give my opinion of people n t ip mm 2am. I in irisn. nnn n I'm Irish, nnd most I of thorn nre well. the rener. I ni I said I didn't like the picture Ni nova made In the pnst. Rut 1 vc I I never nzt bpen brutal nbeut her repent ones nlmeHt as brutal ns she has been in her ul'np ul'np pelntninnt te hpr admirers. Here's n list of feiup rpcpnt Ton Ten stance Talmadge films. If the one you Ter I'nnllne Starke: "TIip Shoes That Danced." "Innocents' I'regrei-s." ".Tudlth." "AlinH Mary Mrewn," "Irish i:es," "Tile Life Line." "Hje "Hje ef Youth." "Soldiers of Pertune." "Little Shepherd of Kingdom Oeme," "Courage of .Murgu O'Doene," "The I'ntamed," "Seeds or Vengeance," "Connecticut Yankee," "Salvation Nell," "Mam'selle .Te" and with Tem Mclghnn in "If Yeu Uclirve Jt, it's Se.") LOCATION MAN IS KEPT BUSY TRAVELING AROUND TIIKItn is one mnn in motion pic tures who takes Shakespeare's saj -ing, "All the world's stage," liter- )1, If., lu lli, Tnenttnn mil n flm t el i..'. ...!. inai,. ,,t n Mm nnnuimi ..,.,. ,,... It.n ,l,tr(u tlw. mnmifnlns the rivers I , tt il.i .l. i.. Mi... ...... un(, ,uiU.N mm. Hru Minnii in iiinuic.i. It is no ensy tafl; ns the following , H 0f locntienK te he selected by Fred i Harris, location director at the Lasky West Const Studie, shews: A mountain home, reads in Island, inllread cresiii;s for Lena i "TImU Ordeal," Nu ew xurit u'uuuiry mum aim ssrueu ccenes for "The Proxy Daddy," Themas Melglmn's Inst picture, An Engl Mi rluirch nnd English home exteriors for "The Cut Tlint Walked Alene." a Geerge Melferd production; an Indian town for "Our Lending Citi zen," the Ocergc Ade vtery which Themas Meiglian has just started, nnd n Mexican street for "The Dictator," Wallace Held's latest picture. These arc hut a few of the scenes that will be required for forthcoming pic ture, nnd nil of them must be found within a reasonable dlslance of Holly wood. . Although there Is a growing tendency te build exterior scenes In the studio, many directors still prefer actual loca tions te constructed settings. Geerge Melferd, who directed "The Sheik" and "Mernn of the Lady Lctty." nlwajs uses locations whenever possible. Wll Unm de Mlllc is the opposite of Mel Mel eord In this respect. His pictures usually are made In the studio with very little location work. Cecil B. Dc Mlllc. his brother, how ever, uses numerous locations, nnd in "Manslaughter," his next picture te be started seen, he will keep the location director busy finding suitable spots te film exterior scenes. When miew scenes were required for "Over the Berder." a Penrhyn Stanlaws production with Betty Compson nnd Tem Moere, the sunny climate of Hollywood would net de, se Hnrrls hnd te journey te Truckee. Calif., te make arrange ments for photographing the snow scenes In the mountains of Northern Cali fornia. Whenever the movie patron sees some effective bit of scenery flashed en the screen he can be sure thnt the location man has been busy. SEEK TEST OF FILM LAW Transporter of Dempsey-Carpentler Fight Pictures Held In Ball Back of the arrest today of .Tnsepli Codanone, n boxing bout referee known at the rlnMe ns Jee Griffe, for bring Ing into Pennsylvania from New Jersey a film of the Dempsey-Carpcntlcr fight, is said te be n plan by an exhibiting syndicate te test the Federal law for bidding the transportation of pictures of prize fighls from one State te an other. Coilnneiic lives nt IS."! Wood land avenue, nnd is an announcer at the Olympic bouts. When tnken before United States Commissioner II. R. Munlcv this morn ing he waved examination and wa- held Ju $1000 ball for trial in the Federal Court. If convicted, the fine will net lc mere than $1000. Men back of Codanone nre said te be anxious te show the films here. Te de this, it Is said, they nre willing te pay n fine of $1000, if this would open the way for an ex hibition. Bend was furnished for Codanone by "Jimmie" Deusherty, a well-known spertins character of Lei rcrvllle. LEAVES HOSPITAL $1 000 James M. Stokes Remembers Hahne mann as Memerial te Wife The endowment fund of the Hahne mann Hospital received a bequest of $1000 from James M. Stokes, Frank- ford nvenue and Decatur street, whose will was probated today. It Is te be a memorial te his wife, Mrs. Anna D. Stokes. Mr. Stokes died February, 2, leaving $139,500. The resldue of the estate gees te two sisters and a nephew. Other wills prebntcd were these of Alphonze C. Satterlee. 4020 North Twelfth street. $25,000; Stephen II. Marker, 1023 Parrlsh street, $28,000; Ella K. R. Gilpin, 21.'!9 North Twenti fctreet, $11,112.1; Arnue Beddek, 2021 North Thirty-third street. $10,000; Douglass Marks, 0043 Greenway ave nue, $0500. BALFOUR WELCOMED HOME English Statesman Pleased With Werk Accomplished In Washington Southampton, Feb. 14. (By A. P.) Arthur J. Balfour, head of the Brit IkIi (lelfgntleri te the Washington Arm Conference, and Lord Lee of Farehnm. first lord of the Admiraltr. were wel- , corned by the Mayer when they d-- DarKea teaay rrem me nnpr Aquitanin en their return from the United States. BUSINESS HEN IAUKTESIRVKE LUNCH S&&&H;. 7A.M.te8m RESTAURANT AMD COFFEE SHOP IpmANP CHESTNUT STS. k m s , I OTk A TW A Pare I B PA I ill A if fl MM, JTA M. J Ml Virgin Cream Olive Oil I'lllST IMI'OHTATION JN FIV13 Yi:.lt Quart Can 1.25 Gallen Can 4.50 IVK I)KMKIl Felix Spatela & Sens Reading Terminal Market I'hene, Filbert M-flO uiiiiiuiueci'ii'iiriiiuui Children thrive en 1 Victer ! Bread 1 6 Big Leaf Sold only in our Stores WI'llVlils A (GhQim n V- H r THAU k Iff Tl I IVW I I 1 Til V JC''"Tv m ' i K l n VI . mmmny f i Ufi QOVVjJI TAMtmC DINNLK MIAOKTE 5WYKE DREAMLAND ADVENTURES The Little Old Gray Man's Secret Uy dAiiiiy Jack nnd Janet want the birds te build ncits near their homes. They nsk the birds te de se, but the birds pay no attention te them. A little old gray man comes driving through the weed. He tells them he has a springtime surprise for them, and also offers te tcveal the secret of hew te mfc the bird a te nest in fheir denrgards. They ride with the little old gray man, CHAPTER II The Springtime Surprise "TTO! HO! He!" laughed the little tleld grny man in the little old grny wagon as he drove the little old gray Iier.se down the winding reads through the weeds. "He! He! He! Don't you wonder what kind of n springtime surprise I have In my pack age?" Yes, Jack nnd Janet did wonder. They looked back nt the bundle In the rear of the wagon, but no sign of what was within peeped out from the thick can vns folds In which they were wrapped. "He! He! He! Yeu shall learn the secret of hew te nsk tne birds te dwell near your honie. chuckled the little old gray man. The birds twittered among the trees ns Jnck and Janet passed by, but the songsters were tee busy hunting pleas nnt nesting places te pay any attention te the children or te the little old gray man., "He! He! He! The birds will come flecking fast enough when I reveal my secret te jetl!" chuckled the little old gray man. That made Jack and Jnnct nil the mare curious te learn what the secret was. They came at Inst te the clearing nt the shores of the lake, where steed the bungalows in which dwelt Jnck and HP Leuis E.Wisep 1 a1 irl l aJH Qhe Quality (furniture Center 260-261 Se. Fifth St. Philadelphia yOU will be agreeably surprised hew far a limited expend iture will go at Wiser's net merely in se far as price is concerned, but in choice of selection, in richness of design, in solid, inbred quality, in obtaining real, genuine Outstanding Value. smnsm r LMT, , - PIIOTOPIY8 A OiI 1 r KD & THOMI'SOS 8T3. APOLLO mating: daily wuuwk ninn n iixm v hwanken m "Don't Tell fcverytmng JiJ'P'l?1;! nii r si AK-AD1 -JSJaa ETHEL CLAYTON Jn "ilKK OWN SIQNFA" THtySd fhankun JLainAnD avk. ASlOK MATINKIJ DAIW MMW OMVfcB CIBW.MIIVH "The FleWer of theNerth T". Arr-DliT A' I1AI.TIMOHK BALTIMORE B," n-w ni. s. ANITA STEWART In i.ATIIIMiS or ii-i." Rl IJEBIRD liruail . Husauenannn 1'niitliiunun - unlH TOM MOOKt RUDOLPH VALENTINO V TIIF, FONII1 F.UINI I'OW KB" cap!te17T!S,.M,.:m.,S-'.m WALLACE REID In "BF.NT FRKK" rni ONIAL ut" H Maplene"! Aea. ".in 7 unil 'i V, SI JOHN BARRYMORE In "TIIF, LOTUS KATKB" FAIRMOUNT iHth ftlilrurJ Aie SIATIST.i: DAILY BERT LYTELL In 'Willi IDMi HUH" 1 56THST. '"":AT! v 3 POLA NEGRI 5 In "ONK ARABIAN MfiHT" t ' GREAT NORTHERN VT.W& I NORMA TALMADGE ,n iitiif. wenukkfui. TIIINO" TTsOT-'DIAI tler11 'WALNUT Kr.S. IMPLKIAL. Mam. a.30. r.s. 7 & u PAULINE STARKE In "HAI-VATION NEM." ITAOITHM CIlliHTNUT Abev IIHOAD fvAKLlUlN piy, 11:30 A.M, te 11:10 P.M. CKCU. U. DK H1I.LK FRODUOTIOM "SATURDAY NIQHr' , jSwS j 1 w .m. ii Jnnel. There were no birds here. The blr'ds were all back in the forest. . ,iv seemed they didn't catc te live se c.ese te human homes. . "He! He! He! New for the spring time surprise," cried the little old gray man. halting the little old gray horse within the yard. "Jump out, children, and help me get this bundis out of my little old gray wagon." Jack nnd Jnnct jumped out. nnd helped the little old grny man lift the canvas-covered bundle out of the wagon. Thcv couldn't tell even then what was In the bundle. It n-rt like n let of boxes. "Kn! He! He! Turn your backs for n minute," cried the little old gray man. Jac'c and Janet turned .their backs nnd kept them turned, although very anxious te take n peek at what the little old gray man was doing. He wnsn't long. "He! He! He! The springtime sur prise Is ready. Turn nreitnu V he cried. Jnck nnd Janet whirled about, their eager eyes keen with curiosity. Then they did get a surprise. There en the ground was n village a toy vil lage, with houses, n church, a store, a "rc-englnc station, and nil. "Why. whnt n queer surprise!" shouted Jack. "But hew does this tell us the secret of hew te ask the birds te dwell In our doerynrds?" asked Janet. At that question Jack get ever being puzzled nnd gnve a whoop of joy. 'T inn.v." Iip shouted. "These arc bird houses. When we put them up the- blrd4 will come here te live. "He ! He ! He ! Te be sure,'' laughed the little old gray man. "And new can you guess my name? "I can," cried Jnnct. "Yeu are the Bird Heuse Hermit. My father once told me nbeut you nnd hew you live n!one deep In the weeds, spending the long, dreary winter making these cute llttle houses for birds." "He! He! He! Yeu nre right," re plied the little old gray man. "And new If you will help me. we will put these houses up. Then we will see If they bring the birds." (Tomorrow's chapter will tell hew the Bird Heuse illcrmlt builds a queer bird city.) BetLecust and Spruce Queen Anne Bedroom Suite in American Walnut 4 piectt. (Bureau Si Inches) $336 PREVAILING price reductions offer exceptional money-saving opportuni ties throughout our stocks of Furni turt, Carpets, Rugs, Drapings, etc. - n ft - as ,a..sw 1'lIOTOri.AYS The following theatres obtain their pictures through the STANLEY Company ei 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 IRFRTV UltOAD & COLUMUIA A. L.IOCI 1 I SIATINi:u DAILY AM-KTAK VAST In "SHAME" ORIPMT WixHllanil Ae. nt (i'Jil Wrtril 1 .MATINKIJ IIAll.Y St. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG In "WHAT NO MAN KNOWS" OVERBROOK ,::lu'ii5,fr0llu WII.I.IXM VOX l'ROIUTTION JMDVER THEHILL PAF APP 1-1 MAKKIiT KTKECT I .-li-VC 0 A M. In II 1ft I' l AI.USTAB t'AST In FANNY llt'RST'H "Just Around the Cerner' ' RFPPWT MAIIKliT "hT. IIpIiiw I7TH rIHJE.l 1 II A M lu 11 P, M. MARY MILES MINTER In "TIM.II'i RIAI TO ir.lT.MANTOWN AVBNt'lf rlrT.Lj l kj ,vr T'"' "i-iinrKriN bT. THOMAS MEIGHAN Jil'AJ'BINri: THKItJEW'AS" SHERWOOD SV '.vif.e AGNES AYRES In "TIIKKNK 1 II.VT II l NO TJL IIMMI" CTANJI PY maIiki t at iuth MAE MURRAY In'M'K.MOl K AI.I.KJl'J STANTON MA'llKlif AIie 18TH "THE FOUR HORSEMEN prjmi: ,rerAi,iK" 333 MARKETTlfi, BERT LYTELL In "TIIK llll.i: KICII" VIPTORIA MAKKUT ST. ob. 01H . m -w. .. A e 11.15 P. M M'KCIAI. CAST In "Ten Nights in a Barroom" P.RANT 10-V Aitn Ai:.Ni'u .WW f. MI.'.miN' In "WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME" Prof. C. Walter Wallace (he noted lil'ml iirEiinlal. will nrrnlile rurli iluy ut lliu nrxiiii ilurliiR thn ulievtlnc uf (he lilrtiirr AT OTHER THEATRES. a AKnn.nJnv Halllmure Ae, ut 6Uth Ambassador cniitinueim nnn m ii::e DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In "TIIK TIIHKK SICKICKTKKHH" N't U'k 1. W. 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Ruth Alexander Salllnic from New Yerk 'bruary lth te Cnllferiila. li Panama t'u.t, with stupef.rs at Masn, Cristobal, Balboa, Les Ansel. , San FrancUce, Seattle, Taeema for Rat and Information NORTH ATLANTIC & WESTERN S. S. CO. OteniTS nnrt Aeents V. B. 8Mpptng Beard ntcamrrs 136 S. Fourth St., fhlla. Phene Lembard 5791-2-3; Main 7781-2 MALLORY TRANSPORT LINES, Inn. Regular Freight Service , Te BARCELONA. GENOA. MARSEILLES. NAPLES and VALENCIA S S "City of Eureka" (USSB) . Sailing Feb. IS SS4,Weit Lashaway" (USSB) Sailing First Half Marck Fer Rat and Particular Apply auaIIn SL Cnmnanv. Iw Phila. Astnt, WJV7ISII ww 108 Seuth Fourth iem'fcarJ SU4 BLACK DIAMOND LINES REGULAR FREIGHT SERVICE S S "STORM KING" SS "WEST INSKIP" (USSB) Sa 'au in-iAs- Fer Rate and ftAVAiin & Comeanv. Inc.. w- em iw J 108 Seuth Fourth Lembard 5144 CROWELL & THURLOW INTERCOASTAL LINE Will Dispatch Frem PHILADELPHIA te LOS ANGELES HARBOR SAN FRANCISCO and SEATTLE SS "FELIX TAUSSIG" February 21 Phila. & Reading R. R. Pier 25, North Wharvea LAVINO SHIPPING CO., AGENTS I Bullitt Building N Y te CherbeurB Hti.l Seulhuninlmi AiVVtiTAViA . ..Feb. 28 Slur. 21 Aur. It l-KKrNI'V..."pr. Apr. 23 Mi Ml i KKKNI1 RIA M 30 June 20 July II l",', liulifnk: 1'ljTmeiith. Cherbeurs and Hainburs SAXONIA .''V' 8 i'ahiikia . . Apr. n 1 IIAN1 . . . . w . Fn. 18 Apr. 1 , '" vriii. :::rt. . . ib. m. zj ait. 20 v: V. in Liiiiuiiihii ir huh iimuw a.uviii M.ir. 17 - i?iVki ..... .Apr. 8 Mu 12 .limr 10 Y te lliillfax, l4nidiiiiilerr mm iilni!OH iiiFHIA Mnrrh 1 S V? te New OnlferU, St Mlrlmeln, Mnbun. , UlbraltAr. Napli-K. Patr.iB. Dubruvnll. ' unil Trieste . ITAMA Miinh SI ' PhtlHiMiililn te rilbniltnr, P.itniH I'liiieu-. IttVKH OftONTKM March 8' Ptilludplphld. te I.'inden VABnVfJA .Murcli II ' Cuniiril nd Anrliur Strmnshln l.lnr l'aiihciiKrr IMIIw. !" Wiilmit rltrrrt. Phila. Fr1-li llflfp. Hn'irif lllilg.. I'lilln. KERR LINES Sailings from Philadelphia FOR HAMBURG SS "CORSON" (USSB) Sailing Feb. 25 HUDSON SHIPPING CO., Inc., Age nt h LAFAYETTE BUILDING PHILADELPHIA, PA. l.emb,ird Via 1-3 ' Muln KISfl EXPORT Transportation Ce., Inc. Oriele Steamship Lines PHILADELPHIA te LONDON, HULL & LEITH S S "CAPULIX" ... .... Feb. 18 Fer Information tint) rutea apply tu Hudsen Shipping Ce., Inc. Agrnla Lafayette Building, Phila., Pa. .Lembard W01-5 Muln HI6flJ COMMERCIAL w STEAMSHIP LINES fc PHILADELPHIA te CORK, DUBLIN, BELFAST nnd LONDONDERRY SS "Seattle Spirit," Last half Feb. Moere and McCerm&ck, Int. 4A4-4M Inrn BMc, PkiU. LjjE V-.Leh. Mali 7513 V. ELECTRIC DISHWASHER Evry Day a HetiJav Tli only dUhnaslier we have seen that actttli. washes nil puns nnd illslies. The water U unta net splashed. I 'automatically Ailed and m2j tl.il. V. ! lianril. n..rf ..?!" or phone for free home trial, Knsjr Wathtrs Vtents Irenrf fanl Clu CASH OR TERMS " r - - - -..., ,wr n..bl JUDSON p. BURNS ! iius-iu naimii i. Fllb Own All Day Saturday ' N, llrtmd Ht. lt fl. 6M Si ' Itstfederm . Wllm1nitenChii ' CiwninfiaMHMHSi; STEAMSHIP NOTIfUS Freight sailings out of PH1LA. DELPBIA the 6th and 20th rf eaeh month D1REC T7wi Panama Canal te San Diege, .Leb Angeles. San Fran. Cisco. Oakland. Seattle, PerHsBl Asteria, Taeema, Vancouver, B. g s. a. benign march 6th - - J AI Mi Street, Philadelphia Main 7620 I I - i TO ROTTERDAM (USSB) SAILING MAR. 14 TO ANTWERP (USSB)t " TEB. IS " MAR. IS Particular Apply .' Qi t j Street, Philadelphia Main 7620 Lembard 5600 9 ew Yerk te I Seuth America oruLSfiewm rastestulune te nie de Janeiro, Monterldee and BuisM Alrei. Flneit Milpi- Americiin "ic Amcrlcan feed Ame.rlcnn coinferti. SHI- Incs from Pier 3, llebtken. Huren Feb. 18 Apr. 19 American Lesien.. Mar. 2 Apr.aT Southern Creia Mar. 18 Aeelu Mar. 30 i Mnmoe SteamsUpli al tull hi., sew 4r mIm Draifl rbgadclphla tfna&np Opereler r SHIPPING BOARRi FLORIDA By Sea JACKSONVILLE (Vl tiBTaunah) Frem PHILADELPJHIA tVtilneaday. Bterday, 6 1. $34.38 "0J?"d $61.88 Jli.il. mill hi. ..room ,n iiiinine.l i i ilenji Iniludi'il. Ktlr.i i Imritc for 1'remtnude Itrrk Roem. Tlrkrm Keed, tu rrturn until Muv 31. Irrliht only. Aiitntiiehllra UP ri"ii irmxi'i " r f.ntra.i Mtrchanti & Mineri Tram. Ce. !if ?ltr 111 S. Uf laware Ae.. Pblla. I -' Qixk Steamship Lines PHILADELPHIA te Bristel, Manchester, Glasgow U.S.S.B..SS"0PELIKA" Expected te Sail Late Feb. or Early March AT COMEHENCB ItAIT.il Harris, Magill & Ce., Inc. 425 Lafayette Bids;.. I'hilndt'lphi lmbnrd 520.1 Main W lAMCflICA UNf NKW OKIi TO UOITKKDAM Via rUawuta. ileulMiw-HuHHtr utanutM tab. ia aur. -t m ........ wm. TT a 1 ..,.,4.....Hur. U.jVf'fJ Wl..j..?.iw. ".F" 77; VJ. s. nAMSRlCA UNf Mi VM(IU1 ,WU-4 $A iiilftftTifl i!it,J' i ' lSrt Hi t.U-l VfAJ A,.,,, :! 1 z ' ., -C Jt TjM;f f'