When A Girl
By ANN TAISTrir.
- - (Continued) .
"I know it." I declared. "Now,
' ;I've a suggestion. This is a warm
reveningone of the last, I suppose.
lInstead of going to your home for
: 'dinner, won't you bS 1113r guest at a
' "I'd love it- Uncle has taken me
ronce oir twice, but the drafts are bad
I i Or his rheumatism. Can we go
;without an escort?"
, There was a wistful note in that
. ' tquestion. The cry of youth for yOtith.
. .1-of Phyllis for Corydon, and I deter--
rmined that my pretty Irma should
1 ihave an escort and an attentive one.
i,flo, leaving her esconsed in' the liv
ling room with a good book. I went
- rpromptly to the telephone and called
1 drat. Carl Booth, whose line didn't
, .1 answer, and then Anthony Norrys, ,
Pwhose good Nora informed me that 1
t'"IiIr.- Tony has left town for the
Gravely disappointed that I
- I couldn't make things gay and festive
pfor the dear. simple girl waiting for
I me so trustingly, I started back and
.-met Hedwig in tire hall.
"Gentleman calling." she said
- "Now lan't that nice of Dame
. laratel She provides an escort." I re
z fleeted, giving a little skip as I hur
ried back to the living room.
i Beriditrg over the couch from
;. which Irma Warren was just rising
to greet him was a familiar bulky
- .fogare. I was just in time to see him
Tiote Itrhinea'apainhanfdulto chriiams1 ions awn hð ictho
Ing nry preseence. Tom Mason turn-edliGcidwiedth
, "I stopped in to see if I could
tractor you and Jimmie up the road
ttor a bite. Donna Anna And. be
ittold, my kindly and watchful gaily"
' Pan angel sends Miss Warren to eorn
. VPIete the Party. You'll come, won't
t al,012, dear lady?"
"why, we were going out to din
i men" replied Irma Warren. gulle
t' lessly,' yet with evident pleasure. "I
rthought probably Mrs. Harrison had
tasked you and that you'd been right
ttn. the neighborhood to get here so
' Wit3r. as Tom Mason ran his eyes
;ever- the girl's face with evident ad
Tritration, why did I suddenly see in
!her pitiee Daisy Condon, with a daz
k zle of bronze bright hair about her
"By -Jingo! I've a. crackeriack of
.art. idea!" cried Tom Mason, with boy--
fish eagerness which I'd never known
"Are you going to tell us?' asked
iirrna Warren, with the pleased inter
fest she seemed to have for every
: We were dining at the most lux
iturious roof-garden in town. Tom
brought us there with the gesture of
- Oavish generosity that marks all he
, does- And he reaped his reward in
;Miss Warren's amazed admiration for
!the tricks which produce roof-garden
atmosphere and which don't elicit
:much notice from regular "diners
, out" such as Tom and
"So you want to know my big
;idea?" he asked, beaming at the girl:
iand then, striving to do the polite,
I he included me in his glance and tone.
"'Think my inspiration would mean
anything to you?"
"Fire ahead!' I safd.
"Here Y say Jimmie's
staying out of town over Sunday.
Well, Mrs. H., why shouldn't you
have a restful country week:end? My
new placethe one you helped in
ispect Miss Warrenis about ready
? for occupancy. And 'we're all good
i sports enough to put lip with a few
, thardsla4ps and rough it, if need be.
',Are you beginning to get hep to the
(To be, continued.)
By LAURA KrilKmAN.
Please publish one of your 'just
how' recipes for a Cocoanut layer
, Cake," writes a bride reader of this
column. Here is my reply:
1, Cocoanut La-yer Cake: Cream to
gather 14 cup of butter and 1 cup at
!granulated sugar: add the beaten
ryolks of 2 eggs and 1 cup of sweet
Now sift together 2Y. cups of
flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder and
- 1,fi teaspoon salt and add these to the
intixing bowl also. Fold in the stifflyf.-beaten.
whites of 2 eggs and flavor
with 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Pour this
;ebatter into 2 buttered layer cake pans
i.ernd bake for 25 minutes in a hot
oven. Put, between the-se la3-ers the
Cocoanut Cream Filling for a. two
- layer cake: (This will make just
enough for one cake.) Heat of a
cup of sweet milk in a small sauce
! pan. No-vv take 14 cup of more sweet
, milk and mix into it 4 tablespoons
; af Boar; when stirred smooth, add
this thickening to the hot milk. stir
, ring constantly. Have ready in a
, small bowl 1 vrell-beaten egg which
; has been mixed with 6 tables-porms
of granulated sugar and a pinch of
, salt, and add this to the milk a few
, seconds after adding the flour. When
thick, stir in 1 cup of shredded co-.
coanut and let cook a minute longer,
then remove from range and add 1
teaspoon vanilla. (This filling is apt
to catch at the bottom and burn un
less it is stirred ceaselessly.) Spread
: it once between two cold or hot lay
t ere (it makes no difference which)
and proceed to make the following
Just Enough Cocoanut Icing for
- One Layer Cake: Beat 1 egg in a
- medium-sized mixing bowl, ready to
have hot sirup poured into it. Now
, inake the sirup in this way: Mix to
' gether 2 tablespoons of boiling water
and 4 talialespoons of granulated su
gar in a small saucepar, and let them
- boil without stirring until a. little will
"thread" from a spoon when it is
, held high in the air and dripped back
Onto the saucepan. (For the inex
rperienced, I might say that this
' - "thread" is an almost invisible spider
web-like ending of the drop of sirup
- after it has juet left the edge of the
spoon.) When this stag-e is reached
,,, take the sauceipan off the Bre at once
and pour the hot sirup into the stiffly
- beaten egg white; beat rapidly. using
- art egg beater of the wheel type, and
--, atter one full minute of beating' add
p..' 314 cirp of ehredded cocoanut. Spread
at once over the top layer.
-, Many housekeepers prefer to make
double this quantity of icing and put
.7 half of it between the two layers and
tire other half on top---thus eviating
the necessity of making. a. separate
filling. But to Illy mind it is well
worth while to take the trouble to
' Make the cream filling have given
- above (which is somewhat like a
custard filling, light yellow in- color)
as it ghree a little more variety to the
, cage and is softer.
thabeginner vrishes to be doublY
- sure of success with the Cocoanut
Cream Filling (that is sure that it
will not catch and bum) she may
coark it in her double boiler instead
Over direct heat, allowing' it to
, cook over the boiling water for 16
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In Me Theatres
"The Gilded Lily," a Paramount
super-special production starring Mae
Murry and featuring Lowell Sherman.
former Lyric theatre leading man,
opened a four-day engagement at
Poli's last night- The Now York Tel
egraph describes Mr. Sherman's
work as "matchless" and Miss Mur
ray's as "the most notable of her
Miss Murray as "The Lily" is de
lightful from one end of the picture
to the other. She shows real feel
ing, real depth in her portrayal. Her
sentiment or her suffering is never
false. Of course, she Ls always aðOT
able to look at but never more so than
when she says: "Goodby, Broadway,
goodby." The photography is beau
tiful. There EtTO some prizrna scenes
that are a joy.
This afternoon. a real big act will
head Poit's vaudeville. George
Choos offers "A. Trick Proposal," a
vaudevillized comic opera in one act
This is a pretentious musical comedy
offering- with a big; talented cast and
a beautiful array of nifty chorus
damsels. Eileen Sheridan, a talented
lass, will be the added attraction.
Prince anti Bell in -comedy singing.
and talking and The Three Bay
monds. a comedy novelty act, will
complete a-n all-comedy and ideal
hot weather bill.
'Thursday. Friday- and Saturday,
Sessue Haykawa will appear in "Black
Roses." The star vaudeville act will
be Stepanoff and His Russian Ballet,
a $2 attraction and a. genuine artistic
treat Friday, as usual, will be ama
ADVICE TO THE
By BEATRICE M'ATRFAX. ,
A Foolish Prejudice--
Dear Miss Fairfax:
I am twenty and dearly in love with
a man fifteen years my senior. I
know my love is reciprocated. I
have been meeting him clandestinely
for about four years, knowing my
people would not approve of him, but
last week expained things, as I know
I would rather die than. give him up.
'vice versa, but of course, they object
to his age and also because be is an
Italian. Do you think they are jus
tified in asking me to give him up
because he is older than I and an
Italian, although he came over to this
country when three years old and is
really just as much an American as
a man born over here?
My people also object to my work
ing for him, as he has his own busi
ness. Are my people.right in asking
me to look for another position and
in saying I should have more respect
for myself than work for him?
Your people are showing a foolish
prejudice in the whole matter. Some
of the finest people in the world are
Italians, and, indeed, it pays to re
member the part Italy has alwaYs
played in the history of the world.
Folks have a strange way of mixing
justifiable opposition to marriages be
tween individuals of different races
with an absurd sort of national pre
judice. There is.no reason in the
world why you shouldn't be tempor
arily In the employ of the man you
intend to marry.
ALICE LAIKE LIKES
PART AS 31011TrER.
"The mothering instinct is the most
basic and deep-rcpoted in WOMan, a
thing she inherits from aeons upon
aeons of time. until it has become the
most responsive chord she lives to."
This is how Alice Lake, Metro's lit
tle star, explains the enthusiasm with
which she acts in her latest picture,
"The Greater Claim," now showing'
at the Ilmpire, as the feature attrac
tion. "The child playing with a. doll is
giving expression to the same instinct,
without being aware of it. I threw
myself whole-heartedly into this
part, for I had long dreamed of it;
deep forces In the subconscious which
is the foundation of all creative work,
came to the surface after being- dor
mant for years. and I feel that the,
result in the film has been distinc
tive." It Is the first time in her career
that she has played such a. role. "The
Greater Claim" is an original story by
Izola Forrester and Mann l'age-adavted
for the screen by A. S. Le Vino.
Wesley Ruggles directed the produc
tion. The supporting cast includes
Jack Dougherty, DeWitt C. Jennings,
Florence Gilbert, Lenore Eynard and
'use three-quarters of a, pound of
sugar to one pound of fruit.
Put the fruit over the fire and for
two quarts add the juice of one lern
Cook until the fruit bursts open,
and mash meanwhile.
Add the desired amount of sugar.
set aside over night and cook down
the next morning' until quite thick
and of the desired consistency.
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Another White Hope!
Art Acord '
Art Acord. the big Universal serial
star, will challenge Jack Dempsey.
That may be the end of the Acord
pictures. but it was decided at Uni
versal City when ex-service men,
some of whom served with Acord in
the Argonne, urged him -to challenge
Acord would be a logical man to
meet Dempsey in spite of the fact
that he is a, non-rprofessiorial fighter
and that his ring work ha,s all been
for the sport of it.
To Meet Certsors -Half Way--
The most important conference
ever held in the moving picture world
will take place next month at Univer
sal City, California., when representa
tive film censors from all parts of the
United States and Canada. will meet
and confer with film producers. direc
tors and executives in an attempt to
solve the vexing censorship problems
of the moving picture industry. The
gathering is called by Carl Laemmle,
president of the Universal Film Man
ufacturing company. The various
delegates from the state and muni
cipal censor boards will be guests of
the Universal company during' the
Besides being the first practical
step taken to bring censors and pro
ducers together, so the censors may
see that the film men are riot
"knaves,' jackals and purveyors of
cheap amusement, without principle
or honor," and the producers may see
that the censors are not "crepe-hanging
reformers in blue glasses," the
conference will afford an opportunity
to try a- unique experimentthe cen
soring of a moving picture as it is
A DAILY FEATURE
POETSVaudeville headliner, "Trick Proposals," a comic opera. minia
ture, with pretty girls and capable ones; feature picture, Mae Murray
in "The Gilded Lily," the story of a girl who was frivolous outside, but
not in. Feature on at 3:30. 7:30, 10. Orchestra directed by Samuel
MIPIRP.,Feature, Alice Lake .:a "The Greater Claim." a story tbat will stir
your heartstrings Feature on at 2;30, 4:15, 6:30, 8, 9:15. Orchestra
directed by Charles S. Ferrett.
ELITEMain and Ca -les streets. Feature, all-star cast in "Midsummer
Madness," the story of a Cinderella who found that all her dreams came
true. Feature on at 7, 9. Organ music.
CAPPI,012Milford. Feature, Priscilla Dean in "Reputation," a. wanderful
tale of mother and daughter. Miss Dean. plays both with conviction.
Feature on at 2:30. 7:15, 9. Special music, Arthur Levasseur, tenor,
soloist; organist, Albert F. Brow n
PLEASURE BEACHDancing and amusements.
Two Auros 'PO CAIRRY
ONE MOVIE CAMERA
Do you know that it takes two au
tomobiles to transport a motion pic
This was demonstrated recently
when the company making "Ace of
Hearts", a Goldwyn picture, started
for location at Pine Crest, Cal.,in
the mountain wilds. An extra auto
mobile was driven along, merely to
trail the camera. car. Why? Weans,.
the caniera and film are the roost
important things in an expedition of
this kind. and it is a Goldwyn Studio
rule never to tempt Fate but trusting
their transportation to only one ma
chine. The second stands by, in case
the other car should be disabled, so
that the camera might be immediate13,-
transferred to it and continue tne
journey. Also, wrille one Man might
Carry the film on the return trip, two
men are detailed to the job because
there is a rule that they must not let
it out of theirsight until it is re
turned to the studio fire-proof safes.
Continuous 1:30 to 10:30 D
Today, Tues. and Wed..fr
ALICE LAKE 0
5 "The Greater Claim"
A METRO SPECIAL
. A drama of that In life which
is more powerful than passion.
jot and whieh is finer even than it
Main Ak Chas. &Ls. Tel. N. 1092
7:00 poxminno,b :00
William De Mille's
with Jack Holt, lAla Lee, Leis
Wilson, and Conrad Nagel.
The 'big fellow stands six feet one
inch in his socks, weighs 187 pounds,
and has a 72-inch reach, and a 17-
inch neckw and a 42-inch chest. He
is muscular, fast and a terrific hittpr.
In the 30th Infantry. with which
he went into a-ction overseas, he was
regarded as one of the best boxers in
the army. The idea of challenging
Dempsey did not occur to him urrtil
it was suggested by the ex-soldiers
who found him at work in Universal
Universal now has an ela,borate
production in process of being cut
and edited. It is "Fooish Wives," a
Von Stroheim picture of continental
intrigue and adventure The visiting
censors will be given the opportunity
of viewing the integral parts of the
picture and passing upon it, scene by
scene, as it is put together. It is
expected that in getting together in
the censoring of this picture, the
various representatives will exchange
views and tend to arrive at a common
basis for censorship. Up until now,
the divergent views of the widely
separated censor boards have been
one of the worst features of censor
ship. Representatives from the censor
boards of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mary
land and Kansas, and of the cities of
Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City, Mo.,
Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, as
well as the National Eoard of Review,
were among the first to accept Mr.
Laemmle's invitation. Tentative ac
ceptance also have been received from
any other localities. It is expected
that New York state will be repre
sented by one or more of the newly
authorized Commissiott of Three.
Now the movie signs read:
" 'Is Life Worth Living' with Eu
When "Wise Husba-nds" and "Fool
ish Wives" see themselves on the
screen there may be an end to ism
New film title declaret "There Are
'Twill be ha,rd to convince some
people that it is a. regulation movie
That the screen speaks "the lan
guage of silence" will be news to the
annoying number of movie patrons
who read sub-titles aloud.
1Vho Wants to Know?
Tell 'The Woric11
In "Erewsters Milhons." that plaY
ed at the Elite night before last, the
waiter is waiting for paYment, an CI
Fatty Arbuckle searches his pockets
but finds absolutely nothing- So he
g'oes out to use the telephone and
inserts a, nickel in the slot.
MISS PEGGY DOVE.
1010 North Main Street
Wanda.Gloria Swanson is mar
ried to Herbert L. Somborn, president
of the Equity Pictures Corporation.
Thy have one daughter na-med Gloria.
Gladys Walton is seventeen years old.
She is married to Frank Ledelle, a
D. H.Vera Gordon is working in
a new picture. You will remember
that following "Humoresque" she
made "Mother Love," Then she went
into vaudeville. The picture she is now
making- is her last following "Mother
Love." She will be glad to send you
a picture if you address her at the
Palace Theatre Bldg., 48th St. & 7th
Ave., New York City
. Mrs. R.The Fairbanks divorce
was a mutual affair. The boy, .who
is in the custody of Mrs. Fairbanks is
about eight years old. Billie Burke's
husband, Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr., is very
much alive. Billie Burke has one
child, a little girl. Wally Reid has
never been divorced. That's all the
L. K.Madeleine Traverse is no
longer in pictures. She may return
but we're not sure.
BobKatherine Perry is rather a
new star in the screen firmament. She
was one of the Ziegfeld beauties be
fore going on the screen and recently
won the golden apple a,t the Hotel Des
Artistes ball at being the most beau
tiful girl in New York
", Madge Bellamy and Wade Boteer
are supporting Hobart Boswith in
If you have a complaint orra
grievance or a criticism, let's hear
it! Get it off your chest and
you'll fee better!
If Alice Brady wears an even
ing gown when she should have
donned a sports shirt tell us
about it If Bill Hart wears a
sherifrs shield over his right
breast in one scene and in the
next over his, heart and you
have notioed tell the world,
If the hero climbs a sooty
chimney. only to emerge sPotleas
at the top, tell us about it.
A section of this column vrill
be devoted to YOIll '917ho knows?
Perhaps the producers will hear
your wails and resolve to do bet
ter. Your's for film perfection,
?The Question Mark?
- The Stmtfield
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"THE ANTS AND THE GRASSHOPPER
AB summer the grasshopper sang
And never got bosy at all
Bqtjeered at the ant and his gang
Who laid up provisions for Fall
But ah, when the weather grew cold
And fodder was frightfully scant
The grasshopper- got, we are told
The merry Hal Hal from the ant!
The Moral is brief Emd complete,
utizEless you will work, you can't eatr
A beautiful tribute .to the late Rob
ert Harron was paid recently by
Thomas B. Walsh, motion picture di
rector. A friend, meeting Walsh one
warm day all dressed up in neatly
pressed white flannel trousers and
spotless white shoes, began joking
"LilyWhite is the name for you,"
Walsh. sinned, then soberly shook
"There was never a spotless, lily
white' man on Broadway except one,"
he said, "and he's gone."
"Who was that?" said the friend
"Bobby Harron," replied Walsh.
"If there was ever a clean, pure soul
in a man, that soul was Bobby Har
ron's. He had the highest ideals and
he lived up to them. If there is a
Heaven and God's on his throne Bob
by Harron will be in the caste, make
no mistake about that"
Wash is soon to go abroad to make
a picture using scenes in Prance and
England as a background. He has
just finished a, five reel society drama,
"Shams of Society" soon to be re
leased through the R-C Pictures Corporation.
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By EDNA liNT FORBES.
ROUND SHOIrLDER, EXEMCISES.
There are two ways of getting- rid
of Et. round shouldered appearance
One is to Jearn to seep fiat ort the
back -without a. pillow, the other to
exercise so as to strengthen the weak
As you are probabiy asleep, or at
least in bed, for eight hours every
day, which is a third of the entire
time, you will greatly improve your
shoulders by learning to sleep with
out a pillow, with the back straight.
Some people advocate that all beauty
eercise should be taken while asleep;
that is. you should never sleep unless
the skin has b,een freed from the
day's dirt and unless you are breathing-
fresh air and so forth. These
have been accepted as COMMOrt sense
principles, but even ideal sleep will
not make one beautiful, nor will
sleeping flat on the back entirely cor
rect round shoulders unless other
things are also done
Try this exercise: Stand with the
hands out in front of you and the
fists clenched. Bring the hands back
to the shoulders tensing the arm
muscles a-s though you were pulling
on a weight Or, stand with the
hands in front of you, fingers out,
open the arms sideways and continue
the motion so the arms go back an
far as possible, always keeping thei""
on a. level with the shoulders. Both
these exercises shoteld be done about
ten or twelve times every doe.
Incidentally, remember to keep the
shoulders back and the chest high,
when you are startding or walking
. S. P. A.To your glycerine mixture.,
add as much rose water and five,
drops of benzoin to each eunce This.
combination will bleach the, skin as it
Bluebird.--,Pluff he hair out softlr
over the temples and upper p,art of
the ears. It ,may seem flat for a.
time, but it is in better style than
Greens and browns are your- col-.
Jay.-7:Nothing will remove, freckles!
permanently, as the Ert constantly'
bringing out these little spots, which,
are not- so disfiguring as you seem tcs
think You can bleach them some,
by using lenaon juiceor that. from cu
cumbers or strawberries
", 31--Yeur skin needa an astrin
gent. A small piece of ice rubbed
over tbe skin until it- glows will stope
this oily condition, or a few drops of
benzoin to a quart of water, used ast
a. rinse after bathing
You can increase your weight byl
taking olive oil and grape juice, threet
times each day at meals,. A table-.
spoonful of each wfil be enough.
All inquiries addressed to Miss!
Forbes in care of the "Beauty ChaLM7,
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She was New York's gayest
most daring dancer. And two
men loved her
Bu,t one loved the tinsel and
the glamourthe other loved the
Their conflict makes a drama
of unequalled power and beauty.
Scenic-ally one of the most gor
geous pict urea ever made, and
Miss Murray's biggest triumph
since "On with the Dance."
Miss Murray is supported by Low
ell Sherman. former Lyric Theater
George Choos Offers A Vaudevillized
Opera in One Aot
'A TRICK PROPOSAL'
Words by paid MacBoyle
Music by Edwin Ludig
Staged by Theodore Wilde
Produced by George ChcsDs
A BIG CAST AND A 13ROtADWAY
CVIIIER, GOOD ACTS
'r"-v-u-ANCtFr and bis Russian Ballet
Sessue Hayakawa, in "Black Roses"
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826 PAIRPDal,D AVENUE most daring dancer. And two Orchestra 55 C Service
30th Year Begins Sept. '2,1st 1 ELITE men loved her. ,
Bu,t one loved the tinsel Etna
SUAIMER, SESSION the glamour-the other loved the ,
PRIVATE SN'ORK. . Main & Chas. Sts. Tel. N. 1092 real girl.
Their conflict makes a clra,ma
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P. G. GILLETTE MIDSUMMER Miss Murray is support,ed by 1,ow
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1,--arimg man. - The Stmtfield k '' t,- ''''."' MEATH II - IT IS BEST - ,
OPTICIAN MADNESS - SUPREME VAUDEVILLE Or----,f,-- '-,- ,,
20 P. O. ARCADE with Jack Bolt, 1,1111. Lee, Lola George Choos Offers A Vaudevillized
Opera in One Aet ., :-,--. Trtg that your Fur Garments are
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., ................. Wilson, and Conrad Nagel. 'A TRICK PROPOSAL' cAFETERIA
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Sessue Hayakawa, is "Black Roses" F. A. CAN'rWELL. Mgr. , ,
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work as "matchless" and Miss Mur- it
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Elm- THE - TIMES MILI..icIEMENT . PAGE Elm - . MondaY, JulY 25, 1991 1
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;..J:ve a suggestion. This is a warm urrirLY al "U." L'"Y "- I breast in one scene and in the
rrening0 of the ot. I suppose. lightful from one end of the picture
- tn. h or Abet .1 erwzno 1r drkta fa.A1- next over his heart and vou
Aaufteau or gomg to your home ror 7- 1 - I v..-;. I .1. I
droner, won't 3,6-12 be -na3r guest at a mg, real aeptn .ner porcrayal. .rier
4,0 ?;: 01,1, LAW L. tC1L A.Lirts w urlu, 1
sentiment or her suffering is never - through us
å.. ,roof garden?"
-rd love it uncle hes taken me false- Of course, she is always a CI OT--....
,-,, WV-WA If the hero climbs a sooty
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...moo or tVnee, tInt tne (trans ars Dm& when at the top, Cell us aboizt ,,
she says: "Goodby, Broadway, , ,sN:Sti (ix -;5
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'for hie rheumatism Cazt we So 0,1n " The photography is beau
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that are a joy. ' - :,-V
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, ' tquestion. The cry of youth for youth, your wails and resolve to do bet
This afternoon. a real big act will
.1-of Ph-yllis for Corydon, and I deter-- head PoIll's vaudeville. George ter. Your's for film perfection,
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;,ha. Choos offers "A Trick Proposal," a
ve an escort aria an attentrve one. z,:
vaudevillized comic opera in one act ' T
t,So. leaving her esconsed in' the liv- Thi
- king- T with mrontl hook went sis a 1.31..eten9.cles. Tuste?-1 CCI!neCIT In "Brevmtprsa thnt.
1 onering wan a olg.- talesman cast ana
rTotTomptly to theteTeDhone and called i - -
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datrisela;.. Ejleen Sherid.. a talented -4 '
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. answer. and then Anthony Norrymt
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