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T H H TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY 8BPTEMBEB B. 1 9 1 B
B L B V K N News Features for "Movie" Fans That Are Worth Reading SI . . Read the Story About What Two Tulsa People Saw in Los Angeles Picture Studios Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ladil of Tulsa See Famous Movie Stars in the Studios strnngo and different belnga ami i II VI Willi li. W. I i 1 1 I llil l . . , da, hul oik of the i : tllffi renl Vni.Mi PKHOKM c ! n- . : 11. . In Ihe large moving Ullllti: CHARLIE i n M'l.iN 1 '" rtudloa. '""' ' ave LKAna riii' imviim. ii i i ""'"" In Ihe "el few years from II IIS III! III. t III Si It ; ll.l.l. Ml, ,,.,,, ,.,,, ABOUT ll. i ,oa Angeles i- thi meccu ror movie 'enthusiasts, li l han thai thi iargcsi mil mow ex pons vie studios hi Iho world huvi had their start and have from the amall, poorly housed stock eomn iny grown to a large coin pans "f renowned stars who ure u ft nt tin- cut cm nf large factories, b!.."k.s the till of v lurels that of the moal famous reels have produced and vume of the "big Numeroui Tulaana have sojourned lo California, tin- land of sunshine Mill flower, during the pa at sum mer, 'Hul numerous Tulaana have "(akon In" the many gorgeoui and long and i impreaetve ralrg and expositions nov li n being staged there, California has tomi i natty places where one may aeo been "Infatuation" a Drama of love's Power Idea" given birth Near tins place alio have labored thoaa atari who are known in ovary American horof, and who ara reputed to be drawing Milurle.i equal or auparlor to thai of (he president of our country, digger Than Pulr. I How many of 1 visiting Tulaan have taken tin excellent opportunity I ffered mi their u iiis to viall thuae studies and watch the actors In their work? An opportunity .f thin nature I is ua important aa elthci exposition I fluence the picture induatr) is now i i rtlng on i hi i" ople of I his and tii r nation, ! line Tulaan while In California took occaaion in maki a thorough tour thi "Plcturevllle", as thi i i in nan cd, I ii Uadd und a Ife w hil making tin exposition tour stopped In . I. ns Angeles and anonl several da) among the curious studios, l.ou an'i hi wife arc h irdi ncd pi turc fanH I in: Mr, Lultl iii Idc I In statl nun. ' be other' di j lhrl the aighi "f th curious Inrper companies making the moal magnificent thing thul ha had . r i i In Ins llfi Among thi man) aludb in and near Los Angeles, the Bellg munutac turiug company Paudonu, and i I thi moal rxptraivi and well equipped id nil". The studios. ncorcllHu to Mr I Uadd, are realy fiill-atxed trltlea In I'r.lvi i inhabitant and Is gtvn over wholj; din hei ... nupi 'I ni ir lo An- i 1 In tl ! Mrs I. ni mil MaM'iillui The Indlei were in blac No, I pool in I and ai III" wrsl I -.1 II' mil 1 1 n il "1 dott'l kiiuw. i. i . ! bawd knowa in- keep r I'hotopl w Magaalno, tlon. Wh ih. I In lull liv i' Vull ' "Olive .ui .uni in i ilater, naaiati bj liana Klath at the piano?" Tl i ;in si i"M is. where is the alater? s' I "I'LL SAIL ON THE NEXT BOAT," WIRES THE GIRL UNAFRAID CHORUS GIRL WEDS WEALTHY DUDE TO PREVENT SUICIDE! lien nt reel eoneeaalona foi States, ail I nnd 1 llUtl'll til I .l". ,i i inn i if tin inn ititi-i I May Allison's Recipe h Hard Work and Sutdv CHILD'H -Tii "'li IS IIKH 1,111 s HPIH TI: -I tt'l s ' im; s ONLV To TIIOKK IIO ' . H . IT HAYS Tin: i t;i n m ss. i I i bin .ill r.irt urns I ki a al I In ! mi iitii i ri:inni. ki si i i s dohotiM (iATKH ni.iiicMxs. -I KVIVnitN ill KIIM ; llll N Ii 16, NAVN -III II H In DO IIAKTKXN in iii r MAT IIOAT IT T) 1'KKVKNT HKR Ill'KII.WI) 1 1 i I AMI i 1 1 1 ( I I - Wit II I ItO.M I MUM, Ills u till. ".I lll fol I llll I I HI s.lll nil I ll" "I N I yiiiinn Mm i r who is making her first imi to tin United si. iiis. sin- la the niiin; girl who, after tha si". unci' sunk, wum about the water aavlng nt her. Ami when ihe had nived i in in she climbed Into tin- boal and Kitng U s .i I xng Long Wa) i" 'l'i i pentry." Thi frightened women and children forgot, their rear and ap plauded her, Ami when 1 1 1 - rexcue iioati landed iii" aurvlvora at Quoena town, Stella wua there nii her wonderful voice ilnglng to cheer them, null 17 Vim- Old, i Vork u.is looking forward with more than uauul Intereat in the ar rival "i t h la mualcal prodigy, She is onlj it ynur of nnr. and Is gifted with a voice wiiii ii greater range than any sins'"! now before t - public, four ni nil yeura nan slir wns a sii""i Hinger and Mitdamo Amy Bherwln, a in. nil prima donna, heard her and udnpted her, The mother of thi inline prodigy waa n charwoman and iin father a atone mason. After m.i. i. mi" sherwln had trained her fur ,i couple ol m:ii's aha allowed her to sin in Queen hall, which the Queen wa grating with her preaence, when thi young Rongatreaa had flniahed her m.ii box .uni publicly complimented hin id of her and offered hie aervloe Khi irl'.cs the several photograph taken of the great tenor used frecjuentl) In New Ifork al prea- il. 4. .IV" na ii NRW roitK Iniimin Uvea, Dorothy 1 1 is nut ii". ss, ni m prove ibis aaaertlon, the young woman heraelf ,llilllllls It She wag formerly g "burns nirl, s.ini (in be alxteen enrs of .ik", and lo fit of sentimental affliction, consented in Wed Philip Herrman, eon of u prominent New Vork contractor and alao '-uni to in poageaaed nf consider able money, , Tin. young man was under iin". so the parents asserl In an effort which they ure making to annul ins mar nut;". Ami furthermore thej allege thai the preienl Mrs. Kerrman, Jr., promlaed not wed him That Is, tin y guy he did. but sh" offer a good i ca on for changing her mind, "i if course I promised no1 to wed i Phil," she says, "and i reall) dltln'l in tend in marr) htm. But he was so persist! nt, and when I told him right nut thai I .lust couldn't morrj him be- i cause m- win- both too young, lie wrote ni" .i horrible letter and sniii ho would commit -nun!" if I did not marry him, sn m order to sum. nis lift ll married him, Now that la all there And still she is without :i medal fur 'lit. saving while burned and bronsed Worth lilHtening tn "Those two men over there nre i v . i sii ii in wii.it they inl.lll.h igtrian and the i nt geem Inter viae Mnri JOSEPH SINGLETON and MARGARITA FISCHER in "INFATUATION" FOUR ACT MUTUAL MASTE RPICTURE MADE BY AMERICAN With her appearance ns Phyllla Ladd In "Infatuation," a four-part Mutual mastorplcture based on a young glrl'a successful search for her ideal ns n husband, talented Margarita Fischer has had the lead in thre" of these photo plays de luxe released within ii few weeks, others which she atarred were produced at the American studios, Miss Olive Adair, ttractive Tulsa Girl Who Is Rising to the Topmost Rung - r -;: As Movie Star Under W. 1). Griffith i 1 ... Li ,. t w. rk, f'hii rile Chap!li s si mlin, ihe Pssnncy, re clvod It quota ol nt- !. I'll . ' I - Stlblirll of 1.08 I B, ' lid i'l n i'it" llfi i- reputed to be na :rreslsta.bly i The Pamous Player studio al Hol lywood wis i-itei1 bui iitti" Mary wa In New Vork wofhlny on a p'ay with ' New V'm i ! tti i- and Ihe studtc wus conseiuentlv closed for Hie return of the main wheel In 1 1 -,i.i fun-makers nf thai company were likewise oiiscrved rl thrlr work of producing ' Hcrenms." Mr. and Mrs, .1 udd also atti ndi d itni of the greatest gatherings of lo gltlniate mi i film stnr. that has t: ket place. on this continent; Madame Schumunn-Heinck, Charlie Chaplin, Nut Goodwin, lilanche Itlmi and otnere to the number of thirty of iin- must noted star gathered m Lo Angeles on August -'. und gave an excellent entertainment for th hem fit of th" i ittht thousand enthus ins i" Americans who came to see and listen, nnd :i sn iii hear thi fa n o Schumann-Helnck. At this gathering iin inize sunt. "California" was in.f; by iin- greal artist before th" com pany of co-artlsts, and each one gave giBll.M 111. OPEN 10 A. M. CTT A TVTT O X ISJtk U i 1 5 & 10c ALWAYS the street of London. When the b Us ,t!i"v Beelncd tn speak n mi isag I ilck W hUtinston, Lord Mayor nf London.' VUars'later, he actuallj be-1 rink privilege ut I n in n i Durbar hn Inn (IKOlttiK KI.I IM 's LAUGHING HUCCK8S Who's Who In Society" I 'our-lledcr With a Cast nf Rroadwaj stars. I III i. V HUN 1)8" Tltunliauapr TwoRocl Drama. i.i. in inn. icara later, ne aciuuii) oe- i ire Thompson, director of Wll- came Lord Mayor of London. That j ,;.,, purnum In "The VV lerful Ad- gtorj has always been mj Inspiration, ventun '. u comlns Vox production, Scene from "Rags" zvith Mary Pickford 'Tint literalh. of eo urae. becnuso I n net iiii nf a suffrage! "Bui I have always been umbltlous, I haie studied stiim and screen stars, studied good books and chuructcr lo K"t a correel perapectlve, I have tried to make other people's emotions mj emotions, and their feelings my feel ings tn iictua'l) live tin parts I play. j "Anyway, I'm just going en working and trying, In the hope thai i mi al leffnit .mil the Cinderella sorl of cue - Film Flash We di 'Tig But it lt f( I s .i i n t "I'i-si i ii u iii'i'siin nccord- ! in i .i i len Itol hateln. Thompson, a i n diapleuaed with the work of hii : cton . will tear his hair ii ml call mi all i he god nu high 1 d mpus to in it- und a n nil: i ale everyone In the .ii is, ami I hal Ig I In m.i In t hlng. Thompson directed "The christian". ui , s . j.Sttl V Strangles Endured by Woman for Her Lover Shown in I his Picture Miss Ultve Adair, om e n nrK in Tiio suit nena rl men' ni a iiiis-i lannf furnishing store, and former society editor on various Oklahoma newspapers. It,.- est. i Idished herself us g innvie star. Miss Adair is with the M.i.jisti"-Reliance rmitpany nt Is Aneeles, In the David W, (iriffitli Studio, Sin has been in several film productions that have appeared In Tulsa. Miss Adlir ll a striking brunette. She is what Is known as an "extra" in the movie Industry, but is guaranteed five days Work a week. To Mr alSil Mrs, LoU fauld of Tulsa, who recently visited her at Log Angeles, she confided thai her one great ambition was to work in a picture under the personal direction or tha master director, Griffith. Thus far she has worked only under Criffi'h's lieutenants. Bushman arrived the crowd gnthen i a w hili I i stoppi 1 1 on I li" sidewalk, walked to thi theater entrance and I turned Ah! be going to sp ak! j The belovi d hero of a t hou ind romances was g dng to acknowledg this plendid tribute tn his popular lily. His lip. moved! And this is what he said: "Hello, Charlie " Thi n I he passed into th" theater. Curses! J I Pour fan. rite feminine famou I Players star: are to appear at I theaters showlna Paramount Die- 1 tuns recent I) ure; Mary Pickford in "Rags"; Marguerite Clark In "Helen" of iii" North"; Pauline Prederltk in "S d"; and i. Dawn in "The Heart nf .Ii nnlfi i temperuineni, ... : tu 1 LYRIC TODAY Extra SPECIAL Extra V I I ll- I'K l l l.l s I VKI V Ol l III ORE VI GALVESTON FLOOD Hiiudrcds of Live Lot ami Millions ol Dollar' Worth of Property Destroy ad, TODAV ONLY DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS HORRIBLE FLOOD mi KXTHA VDMISSION ALHO Gltl VT PROGRAM Ol 11 VI litis. HENRY . PRK8I VI N 1 he Two Senators" Itbtck l iu'c ami iiuii h Com- dlan, i'lcnt nf Comcdj ami Pretty Girl, PKOTO FLC:Y i i lend ar the Throttle" in the Ha a nl- nf Helen. MiVll SHOW : HKR IT! 0 and 15 Os. Labor Day -Owen Park TAKE NEW CARS AT FOI BTH MAIN. Special Car Service Our line runs direct to the Park and stops in the midst of the fun. The Tulsa Traction Co. The forecast", drama . G orgs t he role of Porri it cldentally cut himself with In ii rehearsal for a one-i'i el I 'ly. ' Field, who !'! Kei ''. . ma the knife which appears In the film. Must ham been "Keens, Cutter" The strand theater la coming rlghl ' to the front. Th" productions .shown at this theater the past week were riglu "op tn snuff". Marguerite Clark In "Seven Sis i ters at the Palace, and "The H iuse I of n Thousand Candles" at the Ma - I jesti, wtrc probably the two tri-eatest j film subjects if tho week at local thenti : s Manager WKliam smith of the Rmpil.HH iWSl someone an expluna- EMPRESS FIVE NEW ACTS TODAY BIG GIRL SHOW te6 III IH ll HY n 99 CHARMING AND DAINTY MAiiiS Ol MELODY HAMARITA fWIEK wiNFATUATIOtC1 rOVS-ACt MUTUAL MATl MPItTUWl HADt M AMI BICAII Makes Mara as Punatress, Whlli . nn rtaii inK a "ii iflng dish party the other nivht MlM Beatrice Van, Who 1'1'VH leads' in the second American "Beauty company under Ihe direction of Mr. ... .mm Douglas, nearly caused serious results when her laughter over her funny rep!) to a grave question, 'ine of the party had bean called upofi to make a speech, ll started out: "Let's see. DOW 'Who wim it that said. 'Give me liberty or give mfl death1'" Quick hs a flush, she replied: "Harry Thaw " GRACE AYI.lts TRIO MM k I IT ami WALDRON IXI am; CERVO Roller Hkaters da Luse, Thoaa Mas leal Oonedj Boya, Artistic Musical Dim 5ii pLAViiEi n iminsi iNTEREsi na nrnnr f "Thp Master Move" '!0FtOPLL BIG ACTS ae tvidMer iviove in all CHARLES CHAPLIN IN "HIE FATAL MALLEI" snow TODAY 2::to. e:ir. f:t0 M I P, M. SO REI RVI D M is. 1TTEND MATINEE tU I:1S BHOU l ill THE CROWDS. mm SOON: The Act Tual Vlyslilkd New York 1HL HYSTIl BIRD'