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Tuesday, June 21, 1921 Page Thirteen i When A Girl Marries By ASX LISLE. (Continued) But Jim was so intent on Carl from "Whom he hadn't seemed able to divert his attention for the greater part of the evc.iing, that he didn't respond to Daisy ptecu She wanted a sop to her vanity and wanted it badly, that I knew. From the mo ment Carl apportioned the labor so that Jim and Daisy were occupied with the lighter tasks that kept them in the dining room and sent us to the kitchen. Daisy acted strangely. She jerked between desires and her ina bility to hide them from my eyes. On minute she was flinging a challenge at Jim. The next she was trying to lure Carl to her side with little, soft, gentle, fluttering motions. And the next she was attempting to be at once suave and smooth to me and at the same time to obliterate me from her consciousness. That Daisy hated me was now per fectly clear. That she loved Carl was just as plain. And the connection between the two was her complete misunderstanding and misinterpreta tion of my friendship for him and his for me. My position was trying, to say the least, with Jim ;.nd Daisy both ready to misread this dear old friendship of fine. "With both of them resenting it and makinf themselves miserable over it, the obvious thmg to do was give it up. But how could I put Carl Booth out of my life without giving him grave offense? And what right have I to hurt any one as dear and boyish and as big-brotherly and loyal as Carl? In the midst "f my study of ways and means, Carl forged another link in the chain of old friendships that bound us. "Barbara Anne, do you remember the day you gladdened my life by stopping in for a soda with me on the avenue?" he asked with a natur alness and frankness which ought to have told both Jim and Daisy what a simple, harmless attitude he took toward me. "I remember." I repld, "even unto the raspberry soda we trrok in uni son." "At that Jim and Daisy actually exchanged glances. To myself I called them a pair of sillies, but even as I did I wondered wihere such silliness could sweep us all. "And do you remember the plump, pretty little blende at the next table? No, you wouldn't. I didn't either. But I bumped into her on the street to day and she stopped me and recalled herself and pleaded for a chance to see you again. It was Irma War ren." "Irma "Warren?" I repeated idly. Then a flash of memory recalled her very pleasantly. "That's Mr. Hal dane's niece, isnt it ? The nice, lit tle, old-fashioned thins who keeps house for her uncle, and who was so sweet to us when we went there to do our work! that time he was laid up with bronchitis?" "The very one," replied CarL "She strikes me an a mighty nice girl. No nonsense or swagger to her, just as friendly as if she were a little no body instead of the boss's kin. She seems to admire you a lot, Barbara Anne-. So how can we fix it up for you to meet again?" A jangling laugh from Daisy inter rupted him. "We don't seem included in this party, Mr, H"arrif --n. It looks as if we were partners again in misery this time, instead of setting a table. Do you mind being cast into the dis card with me like this?" she chal lenged boldly. My gallant Jim, never at a loss for a graceful thing to say, was almost awkward now. fie couldn't hide that he did mind being paired -ff with Daisy, for he almost thrust himself into the foreground m his determina tion to end the easy friendliness Carl seemed to take for granted. "If Miss Warren wants to renew her acquaintance with my wife," he said possessively, "why can't we have her and her uncle in for dinner? You were always very fond of Mr. Hal dane. weren't you, Anne?" "That's a joily good idea," said Carl heartily. "Iaisy ought to have a chance to know a wholesome, real girl like Irma Warren. You're right when you figure that the Chief isn't a bit of a snob. He'll be as glad to dine with Daisy and me as if we were regular swells." mgu, he will be glad to dine with one of his little stenographers yes, lie will," murmured Daisy bitterly. But, ignoring her comment, we set tled on a ni-ht that would do for all of us. if it suited Mr. Ilaldane and his niece. Then we made a great lark of clearing the table and washing the dishes. After that Carl suggested bridge a game at which I'm not at all expert. But on seeing the eager look that always comes to Jim's face at the mere mention of a game of chance, I agreed. As we sat down to the table I no ticed the avid expression on Daisy's face. It hod lighted to absolute eager nr-ss. This might have been because she had drawn Carl for a partner, but I had a feeling that it was due to something iJse. Daisy's expression was akin to Jim's the gamblers eagerness. - - "What are we playing for?" asked Daisv. I choked back the impulse to cry out: "How dare a little-paid worker like you play for money?" But J1 seeming to perceive Daisy for the first time, m-irmured approvingly: "Good for you, little sport!" CHAPTER CCCY1I. Toward noon of the day after Carl Booth's beefsteak dinner, Daisy Con don telephoned me. It was the first time she had ever taken the initiative where I am concerned, but I didn t deceive mvself into thinking it indi cated growing friendliness for me on the part of Katie's little sister. "Would vou lunch with me this noon, Mrs. Harrison ?" she asked, add ing hastily in anticipation of my hes itation to let her spend her money on me, "Really you'Ii be paying for your own lunch out of the five dol lars and a half I won from you at bridge last night. I want to see you and I can well afford to treat today, you see." "All right, I'll meet you, but I hate feasing off your ill-gotten gains" I agreed, with a mental reservation about who'd take the lunch check, despite the fact that I remembered the old days when I'd resented always having to he the guest. To Be Continued. Portia "Polly With a Past" was played on the stage by Ina Claire." She also has the lead in the screen version- Try This Over On Your Gas Stove Vegetable Cream Soups. Press a cooked vegetable through sieve, and to 1 tablespoon pulp add 4 cup of the liquid in which the vege table was cooked, J,-i cup milk and a few grains of salt. Thicken with teaspoon flour mixxed with a little butter. Cook, stirring constantly. Until floor is well done. WORTHWHILE SCREEN PLAYS "Head Over Heels" Starring Mabel Normand This attractive, elusive, utterly 1 screen after a long absence in a new even the most critical. ' Head Over Heels," is the name of the play, and it is easy to imagine Mabel being in that condition, caving seen her so in "Mickey" and many other screen plays. The story is an interesting one; Miss Normand plays with her usual nerve I and spontaneity and general joyousness. It will be shown in Bridgeport soon. The Tina Bambioatti, a little Italian i acrobat, baa been engaged, by Ster ! ling, member X a New York theatri- cal hrm, to flime to New York as a star at a salary of $500 a week. When she arrives ia native costume and re ports at the office. Sterling recognizes ihat he has picked another lemon and asks Lawson, the glum legal member of the firm, to find a way to squirm ut of the contract- Orders are given not to admit Tina, but she puts the entire office force to flight by her athletic prowess, and crawls through the transom into the inner office. Squibbs, a press agent, learns of the situation and offers, for $1,000, to get Tina an outside contract which would relieve the partners of the "lemon." Hj calls in Wilkins, who is looking for a young woman to star in motion pictures. One look at Tina, in her Sis Hopkins-sort of get up, convinces him that she would never pass muster for any sort of picture. Squibbs, however, tells "Wil kins that by taking Tina to a beauty specialist he can make her look like a million dollars. Tina, after two comical, fear-inspiring Lours at the beauty parlor, emerges so pretty and so utterly transformed that "Wilkins is eager not only to star her but to enter into more intimate personal relations with her. Tina, howrver, has been capti vated by the glum Iawson and in the ensuing ten days they fall genuinely in love. Lawson wants her to give up her career for him. She wants both and is urgd on by Wilkins to sign the motion picture contract with him, hoping thereby to separate her from Lawson. In the midst of the dispute Lawson receives a note from Kdith Penfleld. No Movie Kisses For Our "Little Brown Brothers!3 Ton can't kiss on the screen in Tc kio and get away with it! Japs don't take kindly to oar well-known and popular style of osculation, and every film that reaches the Flowery Kingdom haa all the kisses neatly snipped out of it by the searching shears of the O.-iental censor. Adachi Kinnosuke, Japanese film magnate, tells us all about it in a re cent issue of the New York Tribune: "In Tokio there is one peerless motion picture masterpiece. It has many distinctions about it. In the first place, like a real masterpiece of art, there Is nothing like it in all the world. It is made up of cli maxes from the curtain-raiser to the en of the fifth act. It is' a drama which hag nothing' whatsoever in it but high lights. More astoundinc; still, this unique and tremendous pic ture drama, was born and brought up to its present maturity and perfec tion without the least assistance from anv authors and scenario writers or anj director, fussy or otherwise. It camo into being in spite or tnem aiu "This great picture is not on pub lic exhibition. Like most of the real ly precious treasures of earth, it is kept under lock and key most of the time, far and away from the profane bvf of the vulgar. But mortal eyes have seen it more than once, for it belongs to an American of a rather decent and sociable sort. He is In T0B0 representing a number of American film companies, and in his mote liberal moments be invites some of his intimate friends to view this picture and share with him the trans, port of emotional thrill and neverto-be-lorgotte.n ecstasy of mirth. Unconscious Humor. "X forgot to mention that besides having all the transcendent qualities mentioned above the film is a mas terpiece of humor, the more delicious because it is of an entirely uncon scious type. . "We have already stated that this remarkable picture came into exist ences without the art of author or director, but. of course, nothing is ever bom without a parent. The film's parentage is the most correct in the world, for it was fathered by no less a personage than the movie censor of the imperial Japanese government. Of oourse, he did not write the master Hodge A replica of one of the huge of fice!! of the Searti-Roebuck: Company in (ihieago has been constructed at Universal City and is being used for scenes in Tod Browning's production of "Fanny Herself." the Edna Ferber storr in which Mabel Julienne Scott is playing the title role. William Fil dew, chief camerman for Browning, seemred a photograph of this office wham in Chicago some months ago to (Ihoot atmospheric locations for the picture. TTie world's motion picture rights to Jiienning Berger's drama. "Synda flod1in." have recently been bought bv ('loldwyn. Contracts effecting the purchase were signed in Stockholm. ATI adaptation of this play was produced in New York by Arthur Hopltins In 1917 under the name of This Deluge." Although it had only a sSwrt run, due to the fact that it was put on in the summer, it was generally regarded as one of the worth while plays of the year. iSiiKimn ii ill inn ii M ii ill inn illumining Today Is LADIES' DAY at the ATIAS HOTEL TURKISH BATHS (TbDie and bring your friends. S jfiake it a day of pleasure. S There's nothing better. Ladies only from 10 A. M.-S P. M. jgiinfiinuiiiiHimiiiiiiiiinmniiinnnmS HATTER 145 Stratford Ave. Just Over tbe Bridge Genuine Panamas in the rough. Direct from South America made into you own style. Ladies and Men's Old Panamas Blotched Natural Process. Mo Acids Used. By A Hatter MEATH enjoyable little star comes back to the story to tickle the risibilities and please Story i who has been waiting for him an hour ! on the roof garden above, about a I theatrical contract. He hurries off, ( Tina sees the note from Kdith and is told by Wilkins that she is an old sweetheart of Lawson's. In a jealous I fury Tina rushes to the roof garden, j leaps on a skater's back and is car ried across to the table where Luw- enn anil T.il i t K eif Outraged by wha.t she thinks is her lover's desertion for an old flame, she gives Edith an awful drubbing before she can be pulled off. She returns forlorn to her apartment, sends Wilkins packing, and is pre paring to return to her native Italy when Lawson, as wretched as she is repentant, rushes irantk-ally in as she is leaving. Tney fall into each oth er's arms and all their diilerences are quickly straightened out. 99 piece with a pen or the writing brush of his native country. Neither did he construct it out of his brain. He wrote and wrought it with a "air of scissors and fasliioned it with his right hand. "It is high time to make a detailed statement regarding the masterpiece without taxing the reader's patience any further. The film is one continu ous, sustained unfolding of osculation in all its various and varied moods and tenses and intensities. It is made up of all the parts which the Japanese censor lias cut out of all the Ameri can films which had been shown in Tokio for years. "The censor shoul hot get all the credit for the birth of the master piece. An ancient and perfectly proper custom in Japan had some thing to do with the thing. Kisying is not anywhere as popular in Japan as it is in America especially with the American movie heroes and heroines. It is particularly unpopu lar with the Japanese censor. To the heathen Japanese way of looking at tilings, kissing is a primitive, un couth way of translating the very poetry of sentiment in the magic mo ments of life's Matime. it's Unhygienic! "When some proter'ang individuals, including some of the American rep resentatives of producing companies in Los Angeles, made more than one impolite remark about the intelli gence of the Japanese movie censor, he retorted that kissing is not only savage and degrading, as the Japa nese ethical sense holds it. but also it is unhygienic. And to show that he had the better of the argument he of fered to read to any representatives of American film companies not only one but quite a number of passages from some of the most eminent American medical authorities on the subject. "This, then, is the reason why an American gentleman treats a few of his intimate friends in Tokio, off and on, to certain film masterpieces, to their eternal delectation. The moral Is that even the censor is not without an excuse for existence, and. more over, even a government official can produce a masterpiece of humor if only he is unconscious about it" Podge "Never count your chickens before they are kissed," is the wisdom of Eileeen Percy. "Among -the things you read atoout but i.2ver see is a crease in a fat man's trousers," observes Buck Jones. "Many a man has slipped on a wedding ring slirped on it is right," says William Russell. "The only reason hair dressers are not as talkative as barbers," observes Shirley Mason, is because hair dressers' customers can hold their own." "One thing that always helps a woman to make up her mind." says Estelle Taylor, "is the privilege of changing it." "Chicago jude decided it was not Illegal for a man to steal from hia wife." says Clyde Cook. "It is not illegal it is impossible." TONIGHT Ladies Free Also Stag and Beer Contest BROOKLAWN THURSDAY EVENING Rapp's Dance Orchestra and Old Fashioned Ma Gravr McConiiack & Barry, Mgrs. I WEST END Tel. Bar. 7773. TOXIGHT METRO PRESENTS BERT LYTELL "A Message From Mars" 6 Acts (From Richard Ganthoney"a Cele brated Stage Play.) "Wherein a woman's unfaltering love received a long overdue reward. JTMMTE AUBREY In "His Jonah Day two-reel comedy Poll Letter ! Bear Hen: 'Tis a dainty spot at Poli's this week, or I should say it's dainty in spots and with several large 1 spots. Here's pointing out the spots as I spotted them. BeMerest and Collette are two bright spots, and they make it easy. They're there with the originality, livened up with some good music and much, much comedy. You want to watch 'em close, Hen, or they will put some comedy over that is so smooth that you won't get wise to it until it's gone. Watch Bill and his viol. Muldoon, Franklin and Rose. Well, all I can say for these two boys and Lhe girl is that they are songsters and dancers of the first order, and pre sented with a unique setting. And clever on their feet, I'll say so! You don't want to miss them, ole boy, 'cause they sure are worth looking at. And speaking of something good to look at, well, just you run and take a good long slant at Elaine Beasley. She's on three times and gets better every time. Doggone, I wish that she had come back six times instead of only three. She's a personality gal, and believe you me. Hen, her per sonality isn't all in her deportment, no, sirree! Raymond and Lytle stepped a few fancy ones for the boys and girls She's a vest pocket edition, Hen, but nevertheless can tinkle her toes. Yeah. Bixon, Lynch and Bixon handed us a bunch of laughs a la rube and wound up with some dancing and clever tumbling that all goes to mako up a good skit. "The Passionate Pilgrim," is a beaut. Hen. You remember how we used to devour those stories in the Cosmopolitan sonic time ago? Well the screen adaptation, especially in I this case, is as good as you can ask ! for. Bon't miss this one, and I know i you won't l'athe News with the latest events I is always one of the bright spots, at least tor me, and wbat s mine is yours, eh? So long, one lung, SANBY. Plaza Program Is Pleasing A Fox News Weekly starts off the show at t-he Ilasa, and as usual is full of interesting current events, perhaps the most striking' this wpek. being the scenes of disaster and deso lation following in the walfe of the Pueblo floods- Topics of the Day ex tracted a few gi-sIes from the aud ience and then a day with Jack Deropsey in trading, followed on the screen- There was no applause. The film, ahow him to he a wonderfully developed man which is granted. .Fart of the film wom interesting and some of it rather silly, which is the way somebody is going to feel at sup per time on July 2. No predictions. Another tabloid takes the place of the valid eville. The one good feature is the costuming of the chorus, al though a juvenile gentleman, during tbe winter season with a Columbia wheel burlesque enow, gained some applause. The balance of the act, when the chorus was in view, was worth looking at. A deaf man would have enjoyed it all. "The Idol of the Xorth," a Para mount, .starring Dorothy Dalton, was well received, and rightly so. None of lhe spectators walked out on this feature. Dorothy Dalton is at her best and is given a wide scope, dur ing which she has one opportunity to show a pretty bit of typical feminine hysterics and tears. The story is of the "49 days, when the gold rush was on In the Cana d iaji Northwest and t b e f am o us Canadian Mounted Pc lice were a new organization, as elficiont as they are today. Wine flows freely, and many of the scenes which are taken in dance halls-in the mushroom mining towns, recalls days that are gone, probably never to return, gold or no gold. As an entertainment, it is highly divert ing. FAX. It's Will Rogers' Treat! Will Itogers stood treat the other day at the Golcbwyn studios at one of the biggest luncheon parties that has ever happened in the studio lunch room. In spite of its size everyone in the organization was there it was a quite informal affair, and somewhat in the nature of a surprise. No one knew until he came to pay his check that K-ogers had declared himself host. It all happened because ;he star had wcn a horse raffled off toy one of his ccrw?boy friends a horse worth $250, in the expert opinion of the winner. Since he had spent only about $5 0 in tickets on the raffle he figured that a treat would be the proper thing. After the luncheon, when the cashier informed him of the total check a trifle over $100 Bill grinned and remarked: "Fellers eat that had never eat before." But at that, he's still ahead. A HTCCTITH TAIjK. Today is the big day at the Atlas Baths f o r the lad i es. Not only are the women of Bridgeport enjoyintr their weekly baths at the Atlas Hotel Turkish Baths but t h ey are n ow forming themselves into clubs and are also taking advantage of the marvelous swimming tank and be coming expert swimmero on both Tuesdays and Fridays. Be sure to attend the Moose Bazaar And Lawn Fete G51 STATE STREET Closes Saturday, June 25 Visit The Booths Enjoy The Dancing See The Sfiecialties Have a Barrel of Fun Change of program every night Music hv BJSLEY'S OROTESTBA FREE ADMISSION" TO ALXi The Stratfield CAFETERIA OPEN" DAILY 6 A. M. TO MID SIGHT In This new and popular departure we have embodied all of the su perior features of Stratfield service at Ha best STRATFIELD HOTEL P. A. CAJiTWETiTj, Mgr. TO GET HAYMAN FORTUNE. A new photograph of Miss Irene Coleman, known on the stage as Ann Murdock, who is the chief beneficiary in the will of the late theatrical magnate, Alf Hayman. William Travers Jerome, lawyer for Mrs. Hay man, says there will be no con test of the will. ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN By BEATRICE FAIRFAX. 'J Better Walt Dear Aliss Fairfax: I an: soon lo be eighteen years of age, and fe.l a great affection for a curtain Kirl, two years younger than I. In fact, we love each other. Now, I am about to graduate from a high school and wish to work my way through, a five or six year course In college. My friend i.-? especially tal ented for music, and she desires that we both pursue our own fields for next five or six years after which time we should get married. Now, I do not try to hide this friendship from my parents who object very strongly. This, girl is slightly lame, due to an accident in her early life, and is not a very strong girl. I've tried to see if I could dislike her. but I couldn't. Besides, my parents say that if I wish to go through a six-year col lege course I must forget about any girl, otherwise money and time will be wasted, for I shall not be able to complete the course. PERPLEXED. My dear lad, you are a child and the girl you talk of marrying is far too young to be choosing her life's partner. If only you had been two sensible young things and hadn't talked of romance and lived romance, you might manage to be friends and enjoy each other's society now and then. But in six. years you mav de velop along lines altogether different from those of her growth and you may have little or nothing in com mon. Don't indulge in any heart breaking "farewells" and don't bind each other with pledges, but try to bring things down to a less hectic basis. DO YOU KNOW THAT Eugene O'Brien has ambitions apart from the screen? He wants to play Hamlet ami Komeo. Conway Tearle is married to Adele Rowland, the famous musical comedy prima donna? Elaine Hamrnerstein was 'a leading woman in murieal comedy before she became a screen star? Owen Moore gained a, long and ex tensive experience as a stock com pany actor before he turned to oic tures ? Zena Xeefe xlays .engagements in vaudeville "tietwren pictures" at the Solzniek studios in Fort Ijee, N. J ? "Ye Shall Pay" Is a three-star production, with Conway Tearle, star; Zena Keefe, leading woman, and Ralph Ince, director? Eugene O'Brien is filming "Is Life Worth Living?" with Winifred West over as his leading woman ? x Winifred Westover. who played with Conway Tearle in The Fighter" and "Bucking the Tiger," will be his leading woman in "Love's Masquer ade" ? Nilea Welch, who shared with Claire Anderson stellar honors in "Who Am I?" will be Elaine Ham merstein's leading man in "Remorse less Love" ? TODAY LAST DAY Showing w' I JEWEL CARMEN f And Cast w Bnadn A ! 9 Notables in 9 THE SILVER LINING Witching Romance of Cupid and the Law. ce ixv. .6 ELITE Main & Chas. Sts. Tel. N. 1092 7:0O TONIGHT 0:00 Special Attraction MARY PICKFORD In Her Latest and Greatest Picture 'Through the Back Door' It's, just the type of picture you want to see her in the kind that made her famous. Extra: Buster Ecatnn's Latest "The High Sign" MUM BnJ EB Amusement Calendar A DAILY FEATURE. POLI'S Vaudeviile headiiner, William Bamerest and Estelle Collett, direct from the Palace theater. New York, in a high class singing and dancing act entitled "Strings and Stringers." feature picture, all-star cast in the. story by Samui Merwin, "The Passionate Pilgrim." Feature on at 3:30, 7:30, 10. Orch.stra directed by Samuel Bavey. PLAZA V"audev:ll headiiner. .Toe Donovan and his Flashlight Girls. a snappy song and i mce number; feature picture, Dorothy Balton in "The I.lol of ih.- North," :h story of a girl in a mining camp, who took all and icave nothing. Also a rel showing Jack Dempsey in training. Feature on at 3 EMPIRE feature, dark cloud that 5:15, 6. 7:20. . WEST END State Message From 1 ture on i-t 7 : 1 ELITE Main and the Back 'Door." the story of a mother who lost her daughter and found. her again. Mary's best picture. Feature on at 7:15, 9. Organ music. AMERICAN East Main and Jane streets. Feature. Billie Burke in "The Education of Blizabeth." the story of a girl who learned a lot out of college. Feature on at 7, 0. organ music. CAPITOL Miiford. Feature, all-star cast in "Snowblind," the story of a girl blinded to vision but net to love. Feature on at 2:30, 7:30. 9:30. Organ music. Albert F. Smifli. organist. BROOKLAWX Dancing tonight, ladies free. ATLAS TTRRISU BATHS Ladies' PEARLS ! There were 1-0. o0 pearls in Corinne lirUliths dress, according to the Vitagraph designer who made it. and the nearest iiumlier was 118,114 The lucky grosser was MARTIN' RYAN 632 NOBIiE AVENUE 'Tms lots of fun. wasn't it? There'll he another guessing game soon on this page. Wateli for it! Vlartln's eheek will be sent to him tonight. I he Well Dressed Woman By GLORIA 6WA.NSOS, Star in Paramount Pic tu I , With the past war reaction from Verpowering simplicity in dress, evening head dresses have come into fresh favor. Though, thank good ness, we are a long way from the days when Fronch beauties vied with each other as to tbe size and origin ality of their head dress and spent vast sums of money on it. I am always aghast and amused when the tale is repeated of tbe lady who cre ated such a sensation by appearing one evening with an exquisitely wrought gold coach .nd four perched on her tower of hair. I think that perhaps the prettiest and most becoming of our head dresses is tbe one we have filched from Cassar the laurel wreath. I saw a very pretty one an evening ago. The leaves were made of black panne velvet and bound with a nar row edge of gold. Of course, I could not wear this one as ray hair is too dark, but it would be simply ravish ing on a pure blonde or a copper haired beauty. Personally, I iean toward the Spanish comb and the new and elab orate versions of it. One of the very fashionable shops has one that is not a comb at all but is worn as a ccmb and has all the effect. It is in the lower sketch. A polygon of dark blue and green changeable taffeta is almost com pletely covered with small blue and green beads and larger irridescent In The WEST END. The one thought uppermost in the mind of the reviewei after seeing Bert Lytell yesterday in "A Message From Mars." at the West End thea tre, where it began a run which will continue for tonight only, was the need of meeting all his friends and announcing to them the excellences of the picture and give them the in junction not to miss taeinj him. Jimmie Aubrey in "His Jonah Day," two-reel comedy, will also be shown. Tomorrow: Elsie Ferguson in "Lady Rose's Daughter." Norman Kerry is Constance Tal madge's leading man in the revival of "L'p the Road With Sallie"? The success of "Panthea" and "Ghosts of Yesterday" has prompted Selzitick to revive several more of the Norma and Constance Talmadge early hits? Ruth Dwyer will be leading woman for Eugene O'Brien in his production of "Clay Dollars"? "'An affinity is one who will cook your goose, but not your dinner," re marks Tom Mix. NOW PLAYING The Passionate Pilgrim A Paramount Production Adapted from the famous novel by Samuel Merwin which re cently ran serially in the Bridge port Post. A tremendous heart appealing picture which once seen will not soon be forgotten. SI 1'RKME V'Al'DEVILLE William DeMerest & Estelle Collette Direct from Palace Theatre. New York. An act as original as that of Toto. ADDED ATTRACTION Dixon, Lynch & Dixon IN THREE COUNTRY lil'MPKINS Wm. W. Lynch is a well known Bridgeport Boy. JOHNNY MULDOON, PEARX, FRANKLIN A LEW KO$K "A Revelry of Sorur. Ianee and Music" ELAINE : AVMOND UTI.K PATHE NEWS Thursday. Friday. Saturday "THE STEA I . MRS" also 5 THE CHAPINS 5 IN "An Artistic Musical Melange" (0 7:3-. 9 : 30. Orchestra directed by Carl Larson, ewel Carmen in "The Silver Lining." the story of & urned itself right side out. Feature on at 2:30, 3:45, Orchestra directed by Charles S. Ferrett. reet and Clinton avenue. Feature. Bert Lytell la "A ixs, ' tbe story of a selfish man who got a shock. Jea . Organ music. barles streets. Feature. Mary Pickford in "Through day today. sequins, makes a whole. A fold of black malina soft background for the In another shop I found one in which the shell or metal frame work was completely covered with smooth bands of small feathers in tropicaTTy bright colors. Of course, there are any number of the more conventional and jew eled combs, and one may get a start lingly pleasing effect by having a comb enamelled in a contrasting color to wear with a rather sombre frock. Theatres UMPIRE. Something unique in the line of picture plays was presented at tha Empire theatre Sunday when "The Silver Lining," a Metro release, star ring Jewel Carmen, began a weekly run. The novel manner in which this gripping story, founded upon real life, is presented added attraction to this feature in w'hich appears a cast fa mous in both the stage and screen world. "Til" Silver Lining" is a story which deals with the widely divergent ca reers of two girls, one brought up as a crook and -the other as a society belle. TOMORROW READ ABOUT NTCK COG LEY CHARACTER MAN WHO PLAYS THE "PART OF A NEGKO WOMAN! TREMENDOUS ATTRACTIONS Most Costly Reel Ever Exhibited in Bridgeport A DAY WITH Jack Dempsey Only Official Pictures Ever Taken of a Champion In Training. DON'T MISS IT! The one big hit of the Joe Donovan and Hia 20 Flashlight Girls Haven't you heard of them? An hour and a half of real entertainment. Dorothy Dalton in her jrreateet "The Idol of the North" Adapt-d from "The Teaser" Take all and give nothing was her motto. , 1 Coming Thursday A Coftmopolltajn Special "STILMCHT IS THE WAT A big picture with a universal appeal.