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i AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1922 -PART THREE r- PACE ONI At Fair Theatre 3 Days, Starting Monday Sha also expresses her anxiety to re sum her atu'liia with me Immediately upon her return to America, "To go over a acora with a young artlnt, who haa already reached the rope, doea not give the roach the right to call himself hi teacher, for la aurh i re permissible I could claim that hn . with litany slurs of tho I'hliwgn Op ra Connie ny. but I havo mote reet for the pnifi-enlmiHl i-thlra than to call them puplla of mine. I acknowledge aa pupils nf mine only thoan who com to atudy with ino with no cognition of the art of singing, and I claim just credit for those who go nut aa artlntim, Thanking you for permission of thla 4ace. Tours Very Truly. (Hlgne.ll VITTtKli TKKVI8AN. At Mission Theatre Monday and Tuesday w,,,:.'V 'Kr-'i' Norma Talmadde Norma Talmadd Conway Teiile Tha Eternal Flame" Norma Mixes Paint And Brains; Learns They Pay Dividends When famous artist waa asked how lie always managed to et sue h bean, tlful colim on hi ranva. ho replied: I mil my point with liraJna." j Whlrh "wiiii to It Just Mhout what Korma Talmadfo doe. Kven more than any othrr nf th motion picture aura, aha mlxoe her beauty and persrai allty with brain, and thereby acta an unbreakable conibl nation. It was early In her enreer the nill teena, to bj exact when Norma, made th discovery that usually arrive In th late summertime of llf Instead of with tha flrt crorusae of spring. Hho was with Vltaaraph In Brooklyn and sometime bad a front dnat of time for wandering ftlmut and watching othrr member of the company work. That la how ah cams to overhear th conversa tion between on of tho loading women nd hrr director. And that la the prescription which haa carried Norma Talmud to the very tup of har profession. Her screen uocesaea have been many. Now what la described aa tho greatest nf all her triumph. "Th KU'rnat Ham-flnn adaptation of Honor ' Ilnlsac'a "I Iucheaa do I.ang'eals," haa lecn com plt4n1 cornea aa a widely heralded first National attraction to tho r'ulr The. Ira neat week. i . i n i. 1 1 Wheat corn, oat. barley, mlli kaflr, feterlta, known aa train sorghums, and tha saccharin aorghuma for ellage, are the chief (Train and foraro cropa of Ttiae. Butar from eugar cana la now produced In tha atate, and the proJuc tton of thla crop la being ronatanlly ex panded. Tho Various vcgolalilca and frulta capable of growing In a north temperate climate or In a ub-troplcal ton are troduc4 extensively In the fUte. Mary M'Cormicjs Glad 6f Reception Received in Milan Kor th first tlma In the history c. lh Tnltrd rttstos ther are now more people working In fartorlra than on the fa nn. ' It should Indeed give Amnrilln ado lightful thrill to note thut her former talented daughter, Mnry McCgTmlc. singer, who luia won an many Murels and auch omlnoncn throughuar th country In her wrk with thMetrnpo plUn Orand Oiiora Comiinny Chic ago and who won tha huart Euro lean audience during Jirr tour of that country thla aumuef where srw also studied under Urmntora, la being lit- eJliL ,WUr over by th celebrated musicluna of Now Turk, who all wish to 4nka tho credit for her brilliant car oer and rail her "their" pupil. Tha following Interesting art Ida clip ped from a lute edition nf tha Musical Courier givea a few highlights on the controversy, and will prov moat Inter- eating to nmny friends to tho singer here and those of the mother, Mr. J. II. Harris, who I now In Chicago to spend ihe winter months with her daURhter. To the Musical Courier: "Dear Hlr Ijist Winter Mia. Duff, vocal teacher In New York, published In tho Musical Courier that Mary McOn-. tnlo waa a pupil or hers, whllo authen tically she had Just left temporarily, her studies with mo to make her debut with th Chicago (JtH-ia Company. Hit Intro duction 1o Mnry flanb-n ws made through my jtcraonsl frlond. Big nor Ton gone. "Now, under diite of June it, thla "Joke" Is remwtcd Immwuho my pupil, (liiotano Vlvlunl. Imrltone, by chance sailed for Italy on tho aam steamer with Ib'nnarln Curl, Now Mr. Curti haa published that hn wus biking with him to Italy Ida pupil, alluding to Oae tann Vlvlanl. "I feel that It la due tim to protect myself from tho tionpln who the looking (or advertising and publidty "a bon marche." Mary MK'ormlo has Just written mo from Italy expressing her gratitude to mm for th rnthuaiastlii reception she received In artlstlo Milan, compliment ing her beautiful method of singing. Pretty May McAvoy Filmed as Blonde In Latest Picture Admirer nf lay McAvoy, the Para mount star, will bo Interested to hoar that when next they see her It wilt be nnt only with bobbed hair but with Monde liolled hair. "Tho Top of New York," hef lateal starring vehicle, adapted from Konya liovlen'a story, "Baby Dull," which apMrod In Metropolitan Magaalna, pro. scnts tho star In the role of a young tenemuit girl who clerks In the toy sec Don of a huge New York department store. To attract customers during the Christmas rush the proprietors have the tiny ! woman appropriately cos tumed to appear aa aa animated doll, who adds Interest to and gain sales for the doll section. The late William D. Taylor, who di rected the picture, felt that a blonde type wa needed for the character, and he decided that Mlaa MrAvoy'a person ality waa exactly auitabl for the part. A beautiful blond wig, bobbed and curly, solved tho difficulty, and a ra diant llttl blond star wilt greet her friends when "The Top of Now York la shown hre Monday at tha Mission Theatre. A fine coat supports Mia Mo- Avoy and a thrilling picture la prom ised. New Professor Added Austin, Sept. I Mlaa Myra C. Wlnuk- lor has been appointed associate profes sor of history and economics of th HUt College of Mlnea and Metallurgy of th University nf Texas at El raao, by the Hoard of Regetata, according to announcement mad her recently. AT MISSION THEATRE WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY Mirien Dung fcnwt Sunk- Tha YgunrDun. i feat fc CotfflCfioLUa Jojasiklia I Chalmcro Sin VqIuo W Moro Imprc::ivo Than Ever .'tit nnruWrlul ifHn.iwhfM ( tltt Childitri lii Ifiuuliilr linpf chc W(w Mfutlif Mmiiur imiii nit mil inuiur i4ii In imuitrii, t y 'f ifanum it tlui I iht hljlur li r Ill twiiiy. mVri in inium n'l- In V fit !( '4 N tiimdiiiUltl lit! aj(M iiiui ll lU i lilln.fll 4 f.Tri:;)r:;rji:':ili;i 'tHIJI I'Jk til m Ml a Paramount Victun M lop o jvw yoiK, - L-I-B-E-R-T-Y Theatre On Fourth Street MONDAY AND TUESDAY William Duncan -In MbUiio lOu Where Men Are Men Also Jimmy Aubrey in "The Back Yard" Continuous I to II p. m. Mfihl lOr and 17c Would You Risk It? TtkirkmDcivies Jk ' swws CbxioBdsaPreadlesj j? l' Wpuld jrw risk yout soul to lnMn . . become the most beautiful wo- Forrett SUnley man m the world? Scc tins Cypiy O'Brien luxuriously produced romance of pe(JrJ q, the girl who dared, i TWO DAYS ONLY O Wed-Thurr, Sept 13-14 LTU ni:i-ii;fc--r'y TOE Bh-fa " 't ! falntl t 4itt I 1 u (.,! i) . ... HMinf Ti lUkt tll f" ll!l1.H;t.Kl MIHI'I'M.I fit) tM, M Vl !! I'M'li M l MiljHIHs lliini ll v Nl-i l ll) v mi f i HI S 1IIhm iiiw, 'i mimM'1"! 0$ .... " Flame of Love, ' ' i; v To be snuffed by a breath, , Or flamed to a blast t K To consume her - 1 1 ? f j With a passion of sacrifice, 1 An ecstray of Love iV';??! '; Such as few women may 7A j i.iv-. Squander on men! i ) iv; MKVKK-ncvcr-ncvcr he fore lus Norma, Talniadfjc created a role so inairnitic, st radiant ak the . Duchess do Lantrcais, Korpcotis to hchoM yet never to he held. In scenes of a wilful hcauty'in France's .' gayest courts. . , j Joseph M. Schenck presents 1 M 1 I t:'t . f f in Matiun Fair flax's adaption of Uonore dc Italac'n "l a Duchess de LanKcaii" directed hy J fank IJnytl. tl , Flame" llu Drama Magnificent ' r 'H In I t"i,vhiu. ! vi HiiMilU iiidi li'tit, . M I II lll ll I till , ill .III' I ! I IM M ti tipM.i ii : t ii ii Ju It i: t . 1 1 v 3 'hflr, NVL''""I N"lj Jt at Mtn).ui, I'uv. in ,i) j 1 Ii til i tn.11,,111,1, 8l',llsil'JoVilll lIll'WilM'llflif,' (0) A t il -I N lIlMll ll AllhUlHMI ') aw ii Caocw Al?