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KATHLYN WILLIAMS STARS IN "THE CARPET,
FROM BAGDAD" TALE OF MYSTICISM
' Kathlyn Williams is the main star in a new Selig production, "The
Carpet From Bagdad." The plot of this picture carries through New York,
Egypt, the ancient city of Bagdad, and the desert of Sahara. It is a tale of
Eastern mysticism, of temples and Mosques, and of plots and counter-plots.
A precious rug being stolen starts the star cast in this screen play out on a
mighty wierd and interesting adventure.
BABY NAMED FO RLILLIAN DREW
Lillian Drew, Essanay's leading
woman with the company at Chatta
nooga, Tenn., now is a godmother.
Mrs.-eGorge Durham of North Chat
tanooga named her baby for Miss
Drew and requested that she be the
godmother. The baby is Lillian Drew
Durham. Miss Drew is planning to
borrow the baby for photoplay work
BQon in a play that requires a-child,-1
for one of the scenes. The mother is
delighted and anxiously waiting to
see her baby in a photoplay.
"The Altar of Ambition," a two
act political drama featuring Vivian
Rich, and "The Broken Window," a
comedy-drama featuring Winifred
Greenwood and Ed Coxen, are two
new Flying "A" films tp be released