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tJBVV'tfS f mm BJ J rw w' JTft " mK r ' my Is- !rt A. 12 EVENING PUBLIC EDGER- PHILADELPHIA," THUBSDAY, JULY 13, 1922 I-9&L. ft! n fcf ! ff ;W. ,., l& fV?' M Ofe Daily Mevie Magazine rii f Kl ter FOS Lrys iFZir ttey appear -BISmBp8KHBV' !Ib n mini- BfitEKBH. Iftf jir M&hwff V ,:"f 3BQt ''s'' "' llll,'c'n(f it in shown. Tim IHP.HHmS14PS)MHHk2U WiiiM-fc -jwAWmW. hllllilitr .Tlnilnv VnrHpfe vht WMm 7 'WtnyVHfHlHfRk makes of these mlnliiture In- i'BiRRDHHUBB tliee hniid-innile film nre Interested In Ven Strehelm'n work), Ik It fnlr te tlie actor himself, 1 It fnlr (e ynurHclf te let praennj prejudice withdraw from enr column of thl newspaper m.tgnxlnc the rlsht of ad mirers of Krlc von Strehelm te hnvc Ills picture published'.' "I'owennl. piejitdlec Is worse tlmn religion or race hntred. Wc enre net what Murk secret' you held In yelii besom regarding Ven Strehelm. He If nn neter of the screen, we like bin work unci we derc te have his picture published In the Kvknine lTnr.te liiuxir.u mid within the columns uf the Dully Mevie MagaInc, "Popular mnpiKincs of the screen de net hesitate te puli'lsdi Krlc's nlcturc, even theugli editorially they dislike him. Yen claimed, we believe, 'that 'Foolish Wives' wan bnsed upon a 'sordid' theme. Se are many ether productions, but they nrc Just a trifle nugarcd with prcttlnes. It in the fnnnttci of today "who will net give credence te actualities i they will net believe even though they see and te speak of the realities of life Is a terrible sin. "We nre net advocating baseness in motion pictures: we love the geed clean pictures of yesterday, but, la thin In stance we believe you te be very un fair." (I wonder of yeureally want that picture or are Just dcslreim of con tinuing the argument. Heaven knows we've had enough pictures of Ven since the Mevie Magazine started. Anjhew until I get the sudden urge te become changeable I Shall continue obstinate.) YOU'tX HKK IT THERE If It Is n recent event of ret Importance, or the portrait of em py'en, of present prominence, you will And It first In the le.nu llful rotogravure, section of thp Sunday , Pm lie I.itlKlKn. "Mnke It a Habit." tdY. Hew te make Eskimo Salad Vnr het Teel ripe tomnteei nJ put en Ice until cold. "' Hellew out. pteiervlng top. Dice cold celery rvftillirr very fine, edd shout one-fifth chopped wtuwicr ellvc, Mlx , d,einB made si foliewn 2 tiHeipoenfuls Frtnch't Mallard, 3 tiblepoenfuI of iwtet cream, 1 tsbleiroenfulofiusar. Fill the tomite and iprlnkle with a little satnlih of FrenchU Tapilks. btrve en lettuce leavei. Thli muit be lervcd Ice celJ. French' Muttard, with Its flppetiilng flavor, makes many ether delightful het weather E.ilads. Try some of the recipes given in the little booklet packed in every carton. French's sW lr - Cnfauna Salaidl Mustard Mail only by The R. T. Frttuh I CtnMi Kechtiltr tdJtlph 7.- iaO) B m"m r invA'uni Si PhitaJtlMa Office 21 Se. Frent Strut JZiUlHtlHllljI. THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTERBOX ny nnxiiY m. xekly The Vamp writes: "I snw 'Smllln' Through' n few days aje, and I cer tainly enjoyed the picture, but -till I don't think it unite came up te Hie show, becau"e the success of the lmw depended a great deal upon the specchc "I also saw 'The Killing I'n'-'-len' and for persons who care for deerge Arliss I suppose It was wonderful, but as for me, I thought it unite silly. What did you think of It? (You're the second person with that "Ruling Passion" discussion. Yeu ran just bet I liked It. and Arliss tee. I wish the -erecn had about twenty mere Arlisses, and about one hundred leas "Sheiks." And T honestly liked Nerma Talmadge better than .Tene Cowl, nnd the picture better than the play, though the latter was cnjnjablc. F. I G. writes: "Well, here I am again. I still notice an oeeu-Ienal litter regarding Toellsh Wives,' se I guess I'll clve my opinion of it. I think that another director could have mudu first name an V at the end of It a very instructive picture of 'FoelMi I have seen it both wins, but generally Wives. There was some geed acting without, in his case. Inrt,' but what a rotten atmosphere .,';," , . , , ,, . Ven Strehelm makes. ' uat is your idea of geed comedies "Seme neenle said that 'The Oueen (I """ the kind they give you ns added screened. Yeu'n me agree en the come dies which tickle us the most Hareld l.lnjd's but J en don't mention Muster Ke.iten and I put him cle-e behind, with Chaplin's recent stuff way down In the ruck. Hut. mlad .ten. thnt fall of Rem-, and made it nccessarv '"" " fj'f "n,,,,,,,1f '? ,I" ' tl,c, ,,c.t ' for Neah te build the Ark. If veu J"1 l iln) ltXhnr, " '"; ,n rci11 "r,ls 'l print Ye S 's picture, then the logical "u llnMt ,of ""V hrJM1(' "-Mc tee, I ones te fellow would be these of ct- 't darn few of the Sennetts any mere. Kaiser Hill and the above gentlemen "?''n lw' vyere doing "Lnclc 'loin (V), i. e.. Ludy. Ilindy. and Rasp Hheut a Cabin. ' "Last I.ynne with (lierrvl. variations' and "Saleme vs. Shenan- "The people who call Must Landed' deah" there were few te equal them, dense must hear their own echoes. 1 That was "Letus Hater." singular net thought he (or she) had a geed sense plural. I don't see why all the funs of humor (te say nothing of your own, i worry se much nbeut that title. It as veur reply regarding Ven S. In "The wasn't literal, but metaphorical, nnd I.lttle .Minister.' etc., etc. certainly hit relied en the fact that the term "lotus the) spot i . Your column is a grent eating" has conic te mean tarrying In relief after looking at the Phillies' and etm id 111c spot which exerts u strange Athletics' basibull weres recently. fascination ever the visitor. All of "I have heard several people mention which conies from mythology. nun .Mentana us Having ticen in i'etcr lbbetsen.' but it was inv impression tli. if If- ti'nii Tnnfirtii T .a. ., 11 Un il... rA the part of the old uncle. Please put me straight en this matter. I have seen Montagu in only two pictures, the latter being 'The World and his Wife' (or something like thnt) several jears age. I thought he was very geed. Has his One Who Knows I liked Nerma In "Leve's Redemption," but I thought the picture, pspeclully the last part "punk." Same for "Peacock Alley!" I'll try te get these pictures of Hlllet Dexter and Montagu 1eve In the paper for j 011, Frank Maye is thirty-six vears old, Harrison I'erd is thlrfj -five; "Con stance Tnlinadge Is twenty-two years old; Vivian Martin I don't knew, hut she must be in her late twenties, ns I saw her in "Peter Pan" n shamefully Ions time age. "Mer.in of the I.ndv Mv favorite In that line Letty" appealed te me as a gust of is Hareld Lloyd, with Christie come- silty, refreshing air en the morning dies right at Hareld's heels. The after a ner'easter, somewhere down en 'Terchv' comedies and Al St. Jehn the Maine coast. A thriller that was with his bicycle generally draw a few vverth something. Thanks for the laughs from me. I don't care a darn "Dutch Treat premise, but I'm nfrald for Larry Semen. Mack Sennctt's I en t get down jour way very seen, comedies, this Sunshine comedies, etc, . .... In 'The Letus L'uteis' (ugh!) 1-air Play writes: "Net te provoke there wns no mention et the lotus. , argument but ns an. interested daily Will the vinilt tlinr .Inlin llnrrvmnri. reader Of tnc l.W.NIMl 1'UIU.Ill l.fDOKn of Sheba' was daring. Majbe se, but nttiactienj I dldn t sea that it was at all offensive (but, as Edward III of Ruglend said. 'Hen! Belt qui mal y pense'j 'foolish Wives' wns rendered offensive and dis gusting by little suggestive gestuies nnd insinuations rather than In lUque costumes (I don't knew what else might have Ijccn cut off before the plcturt plcturt get te Wilmington, but it was bad nniiinli .t 1i.it, If rrt- fliet,, n.irlinw I t..l, Uf,,. II 1 i-l. .b f.i'b .-! ...I...IVI. .. ,,,-l I I,!' ll'.lM,.t. ,.!,k ,,1,111, 4,,..J,l.U,l- - j. . . . , Its value as n lessen was a little less nte when he wekn up after landing en """ ""'.'. u ul i..,- mwwrW. than yere, because the count s punish- the Island supposed te be a lotus? The ment is net shown ns the inevitable ifl,, ia n Mnnij fruit, somewhat like result of crime, but rather as thy pun- a rium j bZ(, nli shape. ishment of n criminal who is earelesi anil blundering. (Yeu echo my sentiments when you "Some of Ven Strehelra's defenders plaintively wonder what the fans can say thnt he is clever; he is want with Ven's picture. That wns very clever, but se were Ven Luden- Montagu Leve, net Hull Mentana in derff. Ven nindenburg, Rasputin, etc "Peter lbbetsen." I'm glnd veu re- Minds like Ven Strehelm's caused failed "The World nnd His Wife." I the Great War. and probably caused the thought It one of the best pictures ever the writer desires te take exception te the following l.ne appenring under tint Daily Mevie Masii7.ine; 'Vn will be glad te publish the pictures of such screen pla.vers ns are suggested by the fans,' Might it net be well te add: 'With the exception of that of Krlc von Strehelm'' "Krlc von Strehelm Is nn actor, n wpnderful actor; veu hnve se admitted. Is it fair t'i jour readers (these who Open all day Saturday BOSTON SAMPLE SHOE SHOP OVER. CHII.Dfi DPI. kis7 Mm JL JL S.W Cer.10 thff MARKETSTS Open all day Saturday : Market Street BEEF GO. Eat Beef This Week. This Beef is the Best That Meney Can Buy Finest Sirloin Steaks, Well Trimmed. 20c lb. Finest Rump Steaks, Well Trimmed, 20c lb. Finest Tep of the Round Steak wl,hrir 20c lb. Prime Rib Roast of Beef 20c lb. Finest Pin Bene Roast of Beef 20c lb. Finest Rump Roast of Beef 20c lb. Finest Belar Roast 20c lb. 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