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"I notice that Gleria Swanson re re ciivce quite n bit of 'panning.' and while I think that she- certainly ban been n failure recently. I nm of the opinion that she couldn't be other ether wine, since she has become no closely noseclated with Kliner Olyn. Olyn cer tainly hai put n crimp in the ehnnccs for any possible career as an actress that Gleria may have had. "I have noticed that it sccnis te be the custom for a 'flrht-timcr' te name .their faveritPM. Here are mine: Har Har old Lloyd. Jack Helt. Milten Sills. Clmrlei Chaplin, Hun lien Ferd. "Dena," Husler Kenten uml Kllleii Dexter. As for the fenmies 1 like 'em all. with n few exceptions, like l'lck l'lck ferd. Normand, Cen. Tnlmfitliie, Clarn K. Yeung and Mrs. Sidney Drew. "I certainly enjoy your column and hope you will continue te run it as is." REFINISHING 24-HOUR SERVICE A niilsli that will net teV or rrncli. i JurW, cld proof , aid of high luitcr. Kiidi i Kmfce. tpllJ In all ioler. The Chas. W. ScharTer Ce. S214 CHK8TNUT T. 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A fw dollar for eUaning may av a hun hun dred or mera, J Cleaners WDjers J 5ib Race St 1035 Chestnut St phone MaHt 64-ae r r -,- -- - -v. .i - : nif M This Is Owyncdd Vernen, a little KnglWi actress, and generally called the "English Mary HcUerd." She recently visited this country THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTERBOX lly IIEXItY M. XEELY W. S. S. write": "The llr't purpose ff the motion picture play is enter tainment, but this does net menu that nil instruction, philosophy or ether than her mother's denthbid die gees te get him from n nearby poolroom. He re re fusiste mine. 'What de I care,' he wvy's. 'Hint's your funeral.' De you recognize the picture? It ephemeral thought must be eliminated was ndmirnbly directed. The cast was well balanced, and above all was the arting of one of the characters in the 7 before the entertainment point il reached. " 'Eartlibeumi' was a pirffure crammed full of almost se-ntlpnhl dra matic material and yet iy'put forth plausibly a theory regnrdUfg an attcr attcr llfe oendltlon whieh pftie upon first theuzht would snv iitfihl net be nrc- sPiited entertalnlmilir by means of me- with a friend I commented that the tien picture".. Tfr spiritual tenehiiig , patriotic het air in the plctitre in the detail et tlie story ' beginning was an evidence of Urimth picture, that of a boy. her brother "What I want are the names of that ' hey and of the director. What is that boy doing new.' He is te be a rival of liarthlemes", I am sure. "Serry te get se long-winded, but one mere question. fter seeing 'Orphans of the Storm' WHETHER un actor should "feel" his part nnd act accordingly, or whether lie should retain perfect con trol of his own presence and make hl nMltiir nl(rilv n mntter of hklll. Is a question which will probably nrtcr he ettletl ns long as there arc actors te ill'.cu'.s it. The question bobbed up again net long age when David Wnrliehl 'vMted the Lnsky studio in Hollywood. Wnrlield is probably tnc eesi Known nnd most enthuslnstlc advocate of tin.' latter method in this country. The ster U told aheut him that te prove hH point that he retained perfect control 1 ever liiineit. no took u ineim um.-i-I Mage with him and made comical faces 1 while his bnck was turned te the au dience. The pecne was highly emotional I and the audience was in tears hut 1 Warfield could still act and piny the 1 clown. , . I During lunch hour nt the T.nUy studio. Gleria Swanson and Themas ' Mclglmn, his host, nrgued ngalnst him. Hebe Dnnlels favored his method, and I snld that she always retained control i of every faculty rhe possessed the mero emotional tne scene, uie mere iiem-i-i her contiel. Te prove It. she staged an emotional scene then and there a scene eter the sad fate et a dish of ice cream she wns eating. "l'oer little ice cream, sue soudce .rem elfl iiiJuvi. vry liiT.'been forgotten. "Hut It Is true that a play such as 'Eartlibnnnd,' 'The Mine IJIrd" or even 'Pelcr Ibbetsnn' s dull and stupid te u large ninvle-gei'ij public. I'eople must h given tlif entertainment they wish It is their right, nnd if they de net get It they ili rense te pay for that which is offered. Often people de net knew the geed until they see the bad, and It the had Is always kept from them nnd they fall te see the beauties of the geed they are merely going te lese Interest entirely. "I remember an old doctor in the little town in the West where 1 wns born who wns the despair of all the 'uplift' movements In the village. He was en the public library lievd and insisted thut since people paid the taxes they vere entitled te find en the li brary shelves such books as gave them pleasure. Se he placed 'Alger' books there, and Mary T, Helmes was rep resented, together with ethprs of tne same school ; books which de net par ticularly elevate, perhaps, but which, with certain people, de entertain. "Most of us. due largely te the fact that motion pictures is an infant In dustry, are net well acquainted with the authors, producers, directors or players. Therefore we have little but the name of tne picture te gume us '-mall town mind.' ns veu exnressed it. .My friend contended that the censers put a feet in nnd forced (trifh'th te in clude it. which I maintained was ridiculous, being merely (iriffith's moralizing. Can you enlighten us? "Since one of the reasons for getting this typewriter wns te write te you, 1 hope )ou will net discard one of its cnrliest products te the waste basket. 1 am going te write again anyhow." d'erlinps the German films did stir American producers up a bit, but the "Se cold nnd pnlc, and when Hebe gets through with it. there won't be nny mere." Twe large tears formed in her eyes and ran down her cheeks. Her voice nnd expression had all the frnml of n mother hovering ever n dying child. Mere tenr. "Peer, innocent ice cream geed -by!" Warfield applauded. "There you have the art of acting." he said. "It's easy te feel things, hut It taks skill te act." TWO QUAKES RECORDED Georgetown Observatory Reports Heavy Sheck at Midnight Washington. June 12. (Ry A. V.) .V heavy earthquake shock was re corded tit the Georgetown Lnivcrsity plain truth of it is that the scare of . ,:i wPrnni.v lnst mt,inii.i this "film invasion" wns u ense of -"""- 4 ' , " ""' making n mountain out of a mole hill. J and a lcs severe tremor, probably mere l'c been steering a course between the distant, was recorded about 0 o'clock two commonly accepted. Seme peepl" ,,,,,, ,,,nrlli,1P think the foreign tilms arc about all thsmerilng. that nrc nny geed, and ethers think be- The hrt nuake began at 11 :.,4 ,., !,... r.,..i. .i, u . .i..; ' n'ninck lnst nleht and continued until patriotic duty te scorn them. h o'clock this morning, with the great- I That Fannie Hurst steiy you STffterrf. . SJ?L L A",d J!! ntlTas estimated at 2100 miles from wns Lewis Sargent, who played under the direction of the Inte William I). Tayler In a number of his inimitable boy stories. The director was Frances Marien. I haven't heard wliat Sargent is doing right new. That "patriotic net nir .ou speaK of is nil nttriluit -iVnJiineten in a southerly direction. The second qunkc lasted about half an hour. uble te Mr. Griffith, and. ati I've said when we see n play advertised, nnd as ! UIC le - i.nmtn. umi. n l ve said for motion nl.-ti re names ! , W"re: ':s ",c main tiling that keeps him for motion tilcture mimes- "In the legitimate theatre n 'Ilelnsce play.' a 'Weeds fiirle.' a 'Dillingham musical comedy.' n 'Theatre Guild pro pre pro dnptlen' all these are mentnlly cata legued by the thenter-geer nnd n The- ' aire Guild devotee would knew better i, before hand than te nttend n Weeds farce; he would net enjoy it. Perhaps much ndverse criticism et photoplays comes from people who often sen the wrong picture a mlstnke they would t net make In the legitimate theatre. Even theatres establish reputations for a certain type of play : the movic-gecr has net even this te guide him. "The solution, of course, is greater publicity of the producing and direct ing sides, ami in this your department i fills n true need. " 'Rerend the Rocks' is n vicious i picture, presenting an ugly story In I sickly sweet terms. Gleria Swanson cannot act. but this is net her fault , entirely It Is thp fault of these who j ttarred her nnd her director. i 'I nm convinced tiiat many asinine things done by our actors nnd actresses I reme about through asinine directors, j Certainly it Is true Griffith's people nr peppets nnd he being a master pup- i peteer. Ms acting and productions hang i together, and if net great are nt least unblemished by rnults. .'Valentine will probably go the way of Hushman. He Is handsome and po tentially an actor, but his largest pub lic is n fickle one which applauds for a reason no mere subtle than 'his wonderful eyes I ' "I like Dorethy Dalten she glows with sincerity also Pnullne Frederick and Elsie Fergusen. I wonder If the aetlnr.art.ef the motion picture lias net M,.eben somewhat exaggerated the scenes 'J?!,. from being a great artist. Ne censer had anything te de with it.) I Jack Land writes: "I also have been Cuticura Seap IS IDEAL- Fer the Hands SD.OIat!Mat,Tlrm.fc.Tirh'M.rriBplM tddrn- Omttwra umtwiaMf ". w L-l IfV , . TIDirue short and little mere than in most cases. However, it seems the best players have had stage acperlence. Such, te me, appears te ja atiunHt npcesKarv for nil netresH te f'Sfttlljt pertrnv the character in the brief ''$&$ Jatervals allowed." S"-i Samuel Ola.ssm.in w rites: "In the inve been delight 'f.vySU'nr fen- months I H "fallr surprised bv the quality of some Eff jVaf the films, The German filmsi sort of y,Jvt the parade. De you think that .7,v-n?Ttr 7AUUI1JIU iihkiii I1U.V UVSII IUV Lft ;vadly' te American directors? ' ,",'iftVX mw a few weeks age a picturiza- ctfcin'ef a Fanny Hurst story. I de net JtMnaamhi lh iinnie. Tr wna tlin utnrv w. . . JjZl i..i ...u. ...HHt.l.. nu ....i ! Wg 'MTS'IMI mm, uiniiB nn un uniirr. . riii( ceiirini, or raiucr Kiuueu, uy ilr-nethin ticket scalper, lie . (MVfniHm luuifs -lomerrow. nor , iy. w enwn,, wimen u sect r' Wteu:fei-e she dh-l.l PALMER'S SILKS June Sale Continues Bonafide reductions. Our prices arc always lower than retail stores, and, with this further reduction, make a worth-while saving. 40-IN. SPIRAL CREPE, .ilk and wool, for cape.. Cape are worn for appearance a well as warmth, for evening fljO Qg &. daytime. Black, white, all colors. Retail price $4. TC50 40-IN. CREPE DE CHINE, very silky and feed body; t 1 (- C all colon, including white & black. Retail price $2. V 1 00 40-IN. CANTON CREPE, the meit popular silk of the d (- C season for blouses and dresses. Retail price $3, PaC03 40-IN. BARONETTE SATINS, famous for wear and launders well; for separate skirts and one-piece dresses. t 1 QC Retail price $3.50 P 1 ttU 40-IN. PRINTED CREPE DE CHINE, small designs, both light ana darn comDinatieni. I he smartest silk et flJO Oc IP6.JO $1.79 $1.55 $1.95 the hour. Retail value $3 , 40-IN. BLACK CHARMEUSE, high luster, geed body. Retail price $3 . , . , SO-IN. SERGE, dark blue, all wool, French weave; a high-grade dress serge. Sold in our ttech at f3.2S. 54-IN. SKIRTINGS, all wool, plaids and stripes. The beit value in the tale As the Elevator gees up the prices come down. With a pattern and Palmer Silk there is real economy 1318 Chestnut St., 4th Fleer Opposite Wanamakrr'; Mail Orders Filled as Leng as Lets Last Except en Remnants Ne trouble te thote goods and tut templia for comparison of queTltlet itit sired. i Thresher Bres. The Specialty Silk Stere 1322 Chestnut St JUNE CLEARANCE SALE SILKS Of all broken assortments, discontinued lines, odd pieces and short lengths in our regular stock as well as many new purchases of. new and staple silks very much below regular market prices. We again thank you for your confidence as evidenced by the tremendous increase in our sales. (BostezM Philadelphia. m Cleveland Baltimore)) . Only a Few of the Many Values Offered Are Quoted in This Anneuncement: Silk Remnants double width remnants in many lengths up te five yards. All at Usual price S1.25 te 32.50 yd. (Quantities limited te ach customer). (Ne mail orders en remnants) 95c ,d $1.55 32-Inch Shanghai and Jersey Stripe Silk Shirt tap, in plain and multi colors, suitable for men's shirts, pajamas, waists and wash dresses. Retail value, $1.75 yd. d 1 1Ayd. Sale price sPl.lV 36-Inch Stripe Tub Silks, in medium weight all-silk broadcloth, in all the wanted color combinations; a most serviceable fabric for waists, dresses, mens shirts and pajamas. Retail value, $2.00 yd. Sale price 33-Inch Imported Japanese 1'er.gec Wash Silk, natural color only. Retail value, $1.10 & $1.75 yd. pte 88c and $1.15 d 36-Inch Imported White Habutai Wash Silk, cool and serviceable for summer wear, launders per fectly. Retail value, Dec and $1.50 yd. Sale price 36-Inch Imported Black Waterproof India Silk, cool and serviceable, suitable for waists, dresses, linings, etc. Retail value, $1.00 and $1.75 yd. plee 78c and $1.10 yd 33-Inch Washable Satins, suitable for under garments, etc., in white and flesh only. Retail value, $1.75 yd. d- rtf- yd. Sale price . . . P1 eafiiO 40-Inch Crepe dc Chine, street and evening shades. Retail value, $z.w yd. qji ej- yd. Sale price ... 68c and $1.10 yd $1.25 40-Inch Crepes, five of our most popular-weaves, crepe dc chine, Canten crepe, crepe meteor, faille crepe? satin crystal crepe, in a geed line of colors; plenty of white, pink, navy and black. Retail value, $2.05 te $3.50 yd. tt0 OP yd. Sale price P.&.OO 40-Inch Printed Crepe dc Chine, of. a geed weight, firm weave, the latest Newport and Bimini printed en dark and light backgrounds, suitable for full dresses, blouses and linings. Retail value, $3.00 yd. OB yd. Sale price P.4.00 36-Inch Chiffen Dress Taffeta, in plain and changeable effect, street and evening shades, in cluding white and black. Retail d i O C yd. value, $2.00 yd. Sale price. . . H I & 40-Inch Printed Foulards and Radium Silks, light in weight and very' serviceable; the cor rect material for het-Weather wear, r Retail value, $2.60 yd. tf CC yd. Sale price V I eOO 40-Inch, the Ace of Fiber Spot Satins, street and evening shades, including all the new sport colors, plenty of white, navy, brown and black. Retail value, $2.50 yd. 1 Qg yd. Sale price . . V 1 aOO 40-Inch Spert Fiber Silks, including nearly all the trade-mark brands; street and evening shades, plain and fancy effects; the correct ma terial for sport skirts, etc. Retail value, $4.00 te $5.00 yd. tfcO QB & Ae Q(- yd. Sale Price P.70 PO.70 QwnJ GSllr Thresher Bres. Spool Silk, Sale price antecd one hundred vards. full In wrick. and as geed as any brand "en the market at 20c spool, 1 O up JLawC Thresher Bres. Large Spool Sewing Silk, in black and white. Retail value, $1.25 spool. Sale price 85c spool SILK WAISTS White tuli silk waists, in various weaves,, all beautifully tailored, Peter Pan cellars an'd Tuxedo models. Retail value up te d9 Qg $7.95. Sale price PO.79 " CAMISOLES Made from an extra heavy quality wnsh satin, nesn ana wime emy. jictau e n rzr. V sOv in value, $3.00, Sale price COTTON WAISTS Of voile and batiste every stitch hand done; a new purchase made the past week, very much under regular prices; attractive models. Re tail value, $3.95. Sale price $2.25 SILK PETTICOATS One of the best bargains it has been our pleasure te offer for a long time, and made nesslhln by a manufacturer being overstocked and needing quick cash. The petticoats are of an extra heavy quality, ull-silk jersey top, with flounces of mcssaline, in handsome chanire- aH t Vml able effects. Retail value, $4.00. Sale price $ J ,95 Plain and Changeable Chiffen Taffeta and Satin Messaline Silk Petticoats in a geed assortment of colors. Retail value, $4.50. tfye 7C Sale- price KIMONTAS Odd let of cotton crepe kimenas, Empire styles. also Japanese hand-cmbreidcred styles Re. tall value, $3.00. U "i" Sale price $1.95 f Nete 0wlnar t0 th extrcmcly ,ew P"ccs that ebtaln duri"S this sale, all purchases must 11UIV j.- considered final. Mall nrrlnra nuist 1m nrenmnnnlrwl In, M.l. -..!-i..i . --- 1 "j 'i tjuiiiL-ieut te cover and cost of mailing; balance will be immediately returned. Positively no credits Tvnvf linn reservations or C. O. D.'s Yeu ate ror rer dlnlly nvitttl te vMt our store, whe thrr you wish te pwchaae new or net. Bosten Stere 19 Temple Place Thresher Building 1322 Chestnut 'St. Telephene: Walnut 2035 2036 Cleveland Stere 1148 Euclid Ave- 1 ,v"'lZr7Wk. 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Uci Kienlnti. SOc BALTIMORE B,T Jte ANITA STEWART In "SOWIKU THE WIND" mThe NlXON-NIRDLlNGER4 W ' THEATRES UBL BELMONT VOTeSW VERA HOROON and OORE nATD80 kj "THE GOOD PROVIDER? CUt ! ae and a: 7 nd r. .' LOTTIE PICKFORD Im iituvv uirfttr. nil" it bet. 50th W J and as 7 and I P. n il I Rl I ICRlRr I!reat Susquehanna , DLUCDllAU Contlnueua a until 11 ! MAY MacAVOY In "EVERTIIIM1 FOR .SAI.K" rr ONI AI utn- sipiwoed ai. Jl-JlVlfL. :3Ul 7 HIlll n p, Mj D. W. tiKirriTH'H I'ROntCTION "ORPHANS OF THE STORM" FAIRMOUNT l&.W'&i.V fiUI.I.KN I.ANDIS nnd Special Cat In Where it My Wandering Bey Tonight? GREAT NORTHERN WtVeT. PRISQILLA DEAN In "WIL1I HONEY" IMPFRIAI 0iiTn k WALNUT bTS. I VERA CiORIIDN nnd DORK DAVIDSON In , "THE GOOD PROVIDER" II IRPRTY ""AD & COL.UMHIA AV." I UIDLIA 1 I MATINRU DAU.T Cl'l.l.KN INDIS nnil HdccUI Caat In Where It My Wandering BoyTenifht? 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TUE TINES- nTT' wwmwr- rA :x MmmiXj jT ,'AM"-"'" i:i;V,uii;iUa'y jIh, llA W. ! . .. t . . aV Kill I WILLIAM RUSSELL K-Vi; afe& ,.-- fiimAil AiMaiaa-tt &frAia . u.,.