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TP-PlS5g n E.frKT P. I 1 ir w ?fct nSfe D aily Mevie Magazine FOR THE FILM FAN'S SCRAPBOOK &m&m$ Bii.tjvaa'i' m i . jij.''- MAY ALUSON We wll be gled te publish the picurrt nf such screen players as are suggested by the fans THE MOVIE FAX'S LETTERBOX By HENRY Miriam writes: "I'm net e very Reed as a 'typewriter.' but ou jut mould see new dhu i nm us a uimu- writer.' Se beforehand I ask you te pltase excuse any forthcoming mistakes for I'm afrnid that my thoughts will run nwuy from my fingers "Why nm I writing V Like all of the rest of them the bug has gotten me. I saw this morning (Sunday) with Wtlinl Plntnn n nli-rtire nf Vernen Steel in 'Fer the Defense. ' Pleae, sir, (ie- i "Ven Strnhelm is n born actor, nnd spect for gray hairO tell me where ns an artist he towers head and shcul he has been for the last couple et ders ever the pack nf mangv ronteni renteni years. Last tim I saw him wn in perarles and ninileu rritii . He gave some kind of a show in nhlch he wns the finest portrayal of tll.iiny thnt lu a ehest most et tne time, a leveiy tall ghost with eyes (nh, ou!. eui! with eyes). Like Redle, that is one of his strong points. Te be absolutely truthful I have absolutely no Idea at all If he can act, but I KNOW that he leek like n snirltunl (Ireek cod. I'd just as seen that you didn't print this ' eonelemcratlon but I would like It if you would print a picture of Steel and i tongued head And thp crowd of imbeciles tell me if he can act (In your opinion I who read the column say 'Thumb' and anything else about him that down' and smirk with Puritanical self appeals te you as noteworthy. satisfaction. Did you ever hear the "Speaking of Steel makes me think '" of the erect man who went into et another leading man thnt I liked, the land of hunchback" nnd, because Pell Trenten. He played with Clara I et his lack of dorsal convexity, rcieived Yeung in 'Heuse of Glass' tnet as I nothing except jeers nnd hisses from the lead) and as support of Viela Dana ' epuntrvMdu: and when he went into in her picture about Japan name , t"0 f'ty mnrket place se great wns forgettecn 'but something like 'Cherry ' h" creud and se violent the jibing nnd Blessem.' It was one of the featured hooting fhnr n priest had .e adjure pictures about two years nge. Have you net? Neely that announce the be the movies with me.' "Real friendly crlticim of plays and players has always appealed te me and se I have enjoyed your column, verj much. Yeu write the movie reviews In the Evening PriiLie Lepeeb tee, don't you? Then whv don't you write them in the morning Pvivlie Ledeek? Fer some time I have noticed that the two reviewers often disagree greatly in their opinions The most appealing ones te this f.imiiv are the ones thnt suggest sterj. tell bome about the churncters nnd ie net really gu a thing away but nrnus interest. Fer instance, one reIew I rend bomewhere about 'Fair Lady' sa,d that if the fan rcallv observed he could tell early in the story who the villain was because of the remarkable ring. That was u mean one te print, for it spoiled the whole mstry f'r nny one who had read n. "As for mv likes, of course I like almost nil of the goed-Umking on en merely for their smiles or ees or fr Instance Kedie's Argentine danc, -n when it I'umeb te ncters nm daj I !I give the palm te Theodere Iteberts (l Alec Tram is." . (Steel has been dividing Ms un.f between stage and pictures, though he : hasn't been :n many of the latter recent!. "The Witness for the De fense,'' and "The Highest Bidder" were the lat I snv him in un'il tl.e Ethel Clajten film you mention I "' try te get a picture of the gentleman and print it, but I m nor obliging yej by witheldmg jour letter, because I generally figure when a lady tuys "I'd just as seen ou didn't" she means, "Oh. ull right, go ahead." I put Steel in the elnss with Conway Tenrle, Sills, Kirkwood, and n number of ethers geed ncters but net "stnr" material. Steel was born in Santiage, Chile, Hu es ted in England, and en the stags plnyed lead ng roles with I'hyllis Nell son Tern. I.llj IJrnuen, lisrnr .WIip, Ferbes-Itobi rtsiei and ticurge Alexan der. He's mv f... i mil. weighs l.V pounds, has brown Imir nnd his "n-i' ou!" ees are hazel I haw a New New Yerk address for him at fid We,t Utli street, lint I doubt its accuracy, l'eii Trenten was with I'mversal last time1 I heard, hut tlmt was a geed while I age. Nobedj ever announces that I there'rt somebody in the outer etlh e ' who wants te see nie. j haven't any body te de the announcing and I haven't nnv cuter office. Gellj, jeu'd like te wish n heavy job en my shoul ders rcivws for two papers, l'leine fucss again en that subject. I don't lame jeu for -being mad ut reviews that give nway the plot. Iteberts and Francis I like jour choice ! Thank for the Inclesed information en the Indy'tf liuir. I "Kensington LUIntu" writes: "A i Wiser man than you or I once made tint I bright remark : 'Seme tilings are better left unsaid.' I have tried te held ikj i yeace nnd keep In check my temper, unt when I thought we had picked I very bit of meat off the carcass of Erie ' nd left his bones te bleach en the arcephagus of our disapproval you have te resururt the skeleton and dangle it before our eye llenest. Henn, jeu let my goat. Mnuj i burning Icui ' insomnia I epeiu th.uking if the tling. I would like te hij te ion but I re (rained, llui our gloating has goaded . seen him lately, ami it net. wny ""- i " t unienunnic Kirnnger. wne is Colorless, clear liquid (one droe does rli ' ,l1,:.rntllI,r ',Pt "s ? !Mn 'e it!) and in extra thin plasters. Use Is teu see I like 'em tall, nnd Mr. 1 1?" '"': "" F'Yf .!hn.nk " 'e the whichever form you tsrefer. elasters . if I ever happened te discover '----'--""- e.eus t, or theIiquid-thc action is the same. you nre tail some. iay tney mignt ,. ,, - "" ',"' "'"' "" Rafr, pintle i nrln in n werlrl-famprl u'nee te you that a lady. 7. wn in le" ,"t?w - Jh? ' ?newn te .1 pcntle. Made n a world arnerj outer office asking If she mightn't ',n,; L "V t,n. '7' "J1" Pc, r'Tm ' ' ' " ' -..... i.l i.i.. .n. r,..., rt tninlv must hnve had en Stroheim nn r nr-..f B,.i.m; n.. ... JUSL Uliwu llic muj i.".l, h" i .1... fAtae te the point of ileclaratlen 'Hie vAlM'M'"1 well (mentioned, but the Qru X,-j,, Wt no otreiigj my hertay has ever- . lVS 1 ..L. I takt up my ptn M. NEELY chltmp in the Ven Stroheim case. Tour allegations and insinuations against thH uum me uunciui'iiLrn: unu n. ......... . Yeu are clever. I suppose, nnd you tin- ( derstand what your readers desire, fllve them just the (.lightest hint of fwandal i ann tncy 11 lieceme eyesore loeKing it the rest of It Pe you are net above the 'thev-say' class. It w.t n disappoint ment te me. because I Mm-erely theugv that you were. Dren spn hkp tne (ia;s et .ituins i- enrlet As n director he exhibits n ver netii cable sort nf nbllil Contrast the fidelity nf his Mente Cnrle scenes with the nnachrnnlMnx in "Orphans of the Sturm" nnd you get onto what I'm driving at. Yet because he has ascend- ed te the heights, rumor claims him for her own. Calumny wnes Its many- tnera. saying: Let us net make sport of mind ' Is it possible that a man ns Intelli gent ns joy purport te be could be suf- Master Cleaning & Dyeing Your summer apparel (men's or women's) can be made te leek like new and its usefulness extend ed by our master processes. If you are particular you will net trust your cleaning te the inexperi enced. We charge no mere than ethers of less skill. parg'si Main Office ii nd Werk PrunchcH 1616-28 N. 1113 Chestr.u' s Can Europe Afford Te Have Her War Debt te America Cancelled? JSkJ I says Arthur Bullard in his article The Credit of the Nations OUR WORLD JULY A most enlightening study of the World's debt problem Who's Who in Changing China? First hand inlermatiun about her Public Men Railways Grewing Trade Japan in Man churia 25c All A New Magazine of Stories That Are Different World Fiction , New en all Neusitatds25c HERBERT 8. HOUSTON, Publlthu 9 Et 37th Street New Yerk City - ,r, .TTTITTn jiiViiiJNJUNU' iru-tujiu ferine from a lingering dece of vrnr I hysteria? Your revulsion lewnrd the Germpn-efllccr type is qulte ntittirnl. Mut why don't you hnve an Amerlcnn flag nt the top of your column, or per haps ii picturn of ltoesevelt, with thoje famous words of Pntrlck Henry in ilnlles undcriienth? Possibly you could pet the readers te submit iiisplrntlenni poetry, libe 'The Marines of the Slnrne,' or something. Mut personally, Henry, if I were you I would net ptep en the tremolo tee often. I:avc that 'te your correspondents; they de It te much better. "P. S. Bene don't blench In a Barcephngufc, but It doesn't matter. I (I certainly am glad that my ''alle gations and insinuation" pended you 1 from out of your silence becanse your letter was the most refreshing and most , spontaneous and gave me mere InupuK . than anything I've had In aires. I be- I nn by chuckling nnd ended by rearing. I I was going te simply print your letter without remmi'iit or niwvcr, but the last paragraph or ee changed my mind. I must insist that my shafts nt ' en Stroheim have hnd nothing whatsoever I te de with nationality or patriotism. asiue iron.' tnnr, yeu've cec me iu iuu poed n humor te pick another light with me. I'll return your goat b parcel pest as seen cs I find him among the piles of letters en my desk.) Toots writes: "Although I nm quite n 'movie fan,' I have never ct attempted te write te the Mevie Dins' Letter ITe.t. Mut nfter seeing 'Smilln Through,' it was impossible for me te resist the temptation of writing. Well, the first thing I can de is rave. I think Nerma Tnlmadge is wonderful, don't you, Mr. NcclyV Why, her acting was Miperb she acted her part ns if t-he were living It. Oh, Mr. Neely, it's useless for me te try te tell you whut I think, but don't you knew my senti ments? I hope you understand. Don't you think Mne Murray wns great in 'Peacock Alley'? As for Monte Mine well, he tnkes Valentine's place in that , little corner of my henrt devoted te you 1 and movie actors. (I knew Rodelph'" I broken-hearted, but I don't enre, us I i have n Koilelph of my own, only his .name Isn't Kodelpli.) Please answer Mas seen ns possible, ns I want te knew what you think ofjSmilln'Threugh.'" fAfter n picture that Is particulnrlv t Cerns? RISE 0B4Bll just Bluejay te your druggist Steps Pain Instantly The simplest way te end a corn is Blue-jay. A touch steps the pain in stantly. Then the corn loosens and comes out. Made in two forms a for valuable book. "Correct Care etlu Feet.' 7pzsausacx2iaMuR Phene Poplar 7660 for Aute te Call fflttOL " r Jww say !3 Philadelphia's Quality Cleaners and Dyers 21st St., Philadelphia and 5r"7 Ri muntewn Ave Other features: Japan's Crown Prince breaks a 2500 year old precedent Buddha-as a Business Builder Mexico Our Unknown Neighbor Articles en Korea, Czechoslovakia, France. Ncu'tstands T!T, - ,irk urjvEJisr-rn.LijAijmjvxiLA4 &ujxjt!iULXi uuJVUi 5&v a geed or particularly bad comes te the city, I get scerce of letters, like this one, nsklng me te comment en It. And they keep en coming, after I've expressed my opinion a half dozen times never seem te see It. Why, Toots, I'll bet I've sold ten times hew much I liked "Smllln' Through," and Nema's acting, incre sone tning though your menflnn nf linr bpnmlnw in llvn Iia miif That would imply that the part was very, very realistic te you. That's ene way "Smllln' Through" did net Im press me. sentimental romances or its variety couldn't. Ueautlrul poetlc Idyllic yes j but, realistic, no, I con fess te a strong partiality for the former variety though, se that may be why I liked It se much.) it '" r tt Tteursday' 'Rridiay Saturday Winkelman Will Sell mm Pairs of New That Were $8tand.$10 A N OFFER of extraordinary importance. .'Allrem - our regular stock and in all sizes. 2650, pairs at practically half price. Call early and, enjoy 'the best selection, for the wise shopper will buy all she needs for the season. Ne C. O. D.'s. Ne Refunds. Ne Exchanges, Winkelman Style in Quality Footwear 1130 CHESTNUT ST. At Twelfth imii ii iQ)l v GINGEH I W & jig L Ginger Ale Sarsaparilla Birch Beer Reet Beer - r .,.d.., . $459,000 LEFT BY WALLACE Inventory of Personal Estate Filed With Register of Will An Inventory nf the personal estate of Jehn 0. Wallace, of 2133 Walnnt street, reveals a fortune of $4Bf,050. The Inventory was filed with the Regis ter of Wills today. Other Inventories showed : Estate of Frederick Hartmann, $6GM,23 j of Jehn Adams, .$0010; of Gertrude Knell, $35,411.77. The wills of Ellen McGann, Seaside Park, $4800, and of August V. W. Hansen, 2227 Hnwerth street, $4000, were admitted te probate. 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THE CLICQUOT CLUB COMPANY Millis, Mass., U. S. A. - 1 , ti.iJ-Li. -A tate of Louisa Llneenmnler, 7040 Bulet avenue, were granted, iicr joriune is estimated at $15,000. 600 Tall Cedars Coming Here Flve hundred Tall Cedars of Leb anon, Cnne May County, New Jersey. Ferest Ne. 15, and their wives 'will ceme en n special train tomorrow night te visit Philadelphia Ferest, Ne. 10. IUK9THIOTINO IMMIGRATION W r only living up te the wlte for- ihcuBht of our forefathers, turn lten. W, W. tuaband, U. B. CommlMlener General nf mmlgratlen. The. catastrophe that would result from tack of ! immigration laws It vlvlrtlv depleted by the en man In th country who knows meit abeunt ttia eublect, tn the Masazlna Section of the 'Sunday run no Uwiii Mak It a Habit" Adv. .. ,v. in until ALE, .iL . ' i Clearance Sale! 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Make This DIVIDENDS Picatinny Arsenal Auction July 18th, 1922 A few ffcneral groups, the Oevernmcnt reserving the right te refect any or all bhls: Machinery, Structural Steel, Bar Brass and Steel, Builders' Hardware, Lead Pipe and Sheets, Electrical Supplies, Meters and Transformers, Paints and enamels, Pumps, etc. riioxer-LAYR 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 tebtaining pictures through the Stanley Company of America. A POT I O r'2 & THOMPSON STS. rtrWLLU MATINHi: riAII.V MABEL NORMAND nJ'SlirKKV' AOTAD UIGHTIl & timAUD AVE" MO 1 Jl MATINnn DAILY WAS PAIdi: H MACI.YN AltBl flil V. In "THE PRODIGAL JUDGE" BALTIMORE ft? SXZ MME. NAZ1MOVA In "A DIIIX'S, IIOI'SK" Dl I lI7niDrl Hrend &. Snaquehunna DL."UluDir.L ContmueuH -.' until 11 WILLIAM FARNUM In "SHACItlJjS Or X'01"" 'rl OMI A I Otn . 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'MACIAN Mtlircitl.r lii "THEJRODIGAL JUDGE" SMMARKETeTT'iiW- n. w. aniFiiTii'N I'heim rnev "ORPHANS OF THE STORM" READ OUR WANT ADS IN CLASSIFIED SECTION " " n-l u Sold Nowhere Eli ' 106 S. 13th St. MFR1 719 Walnut 8t Sale Pay Yeu TyVIDENDS can only be L'liacl from an investment. Yeu will find this sale rich in investments in machinery, equipment, supplies and ma terials of all kinds, which can be bought at prices low enough te permit of their resale at mere than an aver age profit. Fer full information and complete list, write: Commanding Officer, Picatinny Arsenal Dever, New Jersey PIIOTOn.A8 WfcThe NIXON-NIRDLINCERJ1I W THEATRES W RFI MONT 6-D Aucivi: maiiket DAVID POWELL - JJ 'tiik sPANi s 1 1 j a 1 1 ir; . PPHAR tWlI .CUUAIl AVE.NTII iLy-r ,.;in nnil n 7 1ni, 0 Pi a. HERBERT RAWLINSON in "tiik man rMi:Knu.ir , GLADYS WALTON - InJ'SBC'ONUHAMI KOSK" , IIIMRO yNT ST I. fllllARU AVI WILLIAM DUNCAN In "UlinitK SIKN ltr. MI..N" I FAHPR "''' i.AM'AbTi:u ays. BERT LYTELL In "THK UIOIIT THAT rII.M, 1 f)Cl IQT -l' ANDICn I -1' STIICETI LUV-UJ1 M.ii... 1 e ;i, l m;8 0 30 tell Al.MA III ir.1 In "FIND THE WOMAN' NIXON'S AMBASSADOR fm .Vntlnw I "in ,t II 10 Kcnlngii "in "ASHAMED OF PARENTS, NIXON" MU AlNU ""'"rtSil FRANK MAYO In MVN WHO .MAItnii:!) Ills 0S WIT AQTW CTThTIitre On. "I ' TermiiS 10I WILSON In .J "IS MATRIMONY A FA1LURET, STRAND ""'""V.'S," V.S'.VivS' WANDA HAWLEY ' In "I1(IIII1I:D 1IA1K ' - ARDMORE S.r'f Constance Talmadge in Scandu1 AntMili Mou'iie ln"M'iri't of liJJN!.l VjIxMIN 1 m,si T,ial i;i,tll WILLIAM S. HART in "Tit.wm.i.v (is" AT OTHER THEATRES MEMBERS OF M. P. T. O. A GERIvlANTewNr"i:;1,ic?iinn;.".T,, itrciiN-Ai.ii iixiikiu'h ni;Q'JflJ' "POVERTY OF RICHES PARk!" "Tuiii: Avlf. i d.u i'"'-s' s.t; I AlxN. xillt ir, hk imi?" 1. W. ORIKHTII'S I'lHIIIIglill "ORPHANS OF THE STORM .TV ;,l LB&CiPLi:;ffrv: ,rr WW .." 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