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EVENI&q LEDQEB PHILADELPHIA, SATUBBAY, EBBUABY 20, 1915:
WATT FOR FAVORS
in'rothcthoofl Wclfarcra Offer
k na nn ODDortunlty to
W Shelter Them 'Til Spring
, Comes Along.
. hoboes, wlio have ben enjoying
U Ju (V since Hint unique csmuiuranrau
iTotK City "'V? ,14 ,,, ,iic.on of Jeff
'KMi, iom time B. ", " W
Pk the Intention of opening n similar
P tuirt Btuart, former vice president of
mirt who refuse to work! William
$,!.f,t nnd Adnm Crornls.
Okii trio tame n on tne nrane Dcoms
5KrMd admitted that they word
T.!i Mavor BlnnKcnburg would lend tt
S Hh ear to their scheme. They have
?W meeting for Sunday afternoon In
tier's Hall. 9h nnd 8P"ntf anricn
."T.I.. tcf the purpose of giving the mu-
KiMi authorities nn opportunity of pre
fcntW them with a building to shelter
1 SEKDS MAY MARCH TO SEA
Retaliatory Invasion of Albania to Btv,
W Backed by Alltc3 Fleet.
rnfcnMN. Feb.. 10. A statement from
m??.1. . l.v n.a It Is the Intention
ftt fiervla to Invade Albania.
K-neporW from Soda. Bulgaria, slato
w . V i.,HihMfl nf tlm AlhntilnliR Into
ll..;i,n territory nro welcome to Scrvla,"
, the statement. "The Servians Intend
S me the present Interval In the opera-
I. ..!.. i..alrloti nrmu 111 1 tin Hlllklllia
o push an advance toward llio Adriatic.
K...n-..ii l.v tlia co-operation of tho
V .mat! WI.Afl nv IRISH SKA
iWrtn'ft Banner to Protoct Vessels Ply-
Jb Ing Between British Isles.
LONDON, Feb. 20. Tho Times sayB:
.m.. ....n.nliAtinAl Anvil a mm Trlnli
nrltkh norts are taking no notlco of
tho German blockade.
"Steamship companies trading1 irom
.-,. irnvn rttwtMofl Hint tliptr Bhlns hIiaII
iiemj iv u .-. ........ .
iii..kA i-iui finer TIiav tlilnlr nnv nut men
Will Uioi"" -f j - -- D
fcon this Hag would arouse strong feeling
Among tne insn in .miivrivu.
Elmendor-f on the
I Mediterranean Next Week
"The Mediterranean Cruise," which Is
tooTccnstltuto tho second topic In Dwlght
Elemendorf'a new uyclo of Illustrated
irsvel talks, will be presented at the
n(i..j,mw nf 1Tifiiln imvf rVlrl.iv nvpnlnir.
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fin this plcturo pllgrlniago Mr. Ulmcndorf
Kwill comma Ills nenrcrs completely
Bt round the panoramic Bhorcs of the great
Inland sea. Beginning ut Tangier, tho
capital of Morocco, the tour is continued
Mlhrough the garlanded cities of the North
African coast to Tort Said, and so to
fK'.4 - il. . tT-1.. T . .1 IIia... a n t Aeirt
ligypt nnu ino iiuiy uaiiu, uichi-u uiwus
ltifdoast of Asia Minor to Ephosua nnd
KBmyrna, and through the Dardanelles to
(Constantinople. The plcturesttio Island
t . Cnrfti will nnvi tin visited, and then to
fCattafU, with Its fjord and Its forts, bc
K jfcrj the Bay of Naplca and Sicily nro
rticed. Genoa and the Italian Riviera
(will hfi Um next objective, and then to
f Vlllefranclic, whero tho Journey will enil
aj'ldsl tho man gayeiy 01 mo uauw ol
f Flowers and the last great carnival of
tlfice. This lecture will be repeated on
f 'fMnrlhrn Knronf!." wlllbe the BUb-
Jct of next week's discourse.
A concert of tho Philadelphia Orchestra
which Is thoroughly dissatisfying Is
something of n rarity. Tho nudlence at
tho academy yesterday afternoon seemed
to bavo little relish' for the odd dish, the
nnjjlo en casserole, which was offered
thtm, and the musicians responsible
seemed also a trifle perfunctory In the
aeceDtanca of uncritical nralse.
It has not been tho habit of the writer
to Inquire Into the opinions of others con-
urning. me conceris it hub uccii ilia uuw
to relew. For a variety of reasons It
seemed best yesterday to corroborate a
possibly unjust opinion: so that the
statement made above, that tho concert
was Dflsslvelv unsatisfactory and actively
dllSAtlflfvlnir rtfni. h tnlfAn with less
1 than the usual reserve. As for the rea
; on, which follow, the law of human fal
.Ublllty still holds good.
But first a large exception to the above
hpuld be made for the Brahms (third)
symphony with which the concert began.
Jn It the orchestra, was not always aljts
lucid and full-toned best, but the compre
hension was wide and the Interpretation
ef the conductor was full of sensibility
nd of the melancholy passion which tho
Symphony ilemuniis. Th nlnw mnv.m.nt.
with Its grave and Intellectual sadness,
the, sadness of nil tho things of tho mind,
; admirably played, and the finale, with
something more of color and exuberance,
rose really to an unhampered flow of sen
timent to. which the auditor could readily
jreipond. Thla Is: another of the sym
phonic works In which the pure sunlight
J)f emotion la centred through the burn-wr-glasa
of the intellect; when the glass
"true the light burns more fiercely. Too
e"tn In Brahms the elnas mmx tn
, The concert, however, did not end there.
emicpio Busonl, gifted and talented pi-
a ! '.. came t0 P'3 h's own "Indian
unite' and retumrri nfi.r urt- n,nK..'.
p5J!J!,c ,to 'TJio Woman and the Fld-
if, ., I'my nia own arrangement or
&ntB Bpanlsh, Ilhapspdy. Of Mr. Sand
fk?i"U"0 U ,s not unfa'f to say that
- "mt, wmen constituted the third
rovement. wan th. ,..,, .r.,i0f0,. in
ayciieitration and, alnce It is pure folk
it?'; ,'l'fl m08t gratifying In melody.
t'tlt Ik. ,?. "'"" w.l.iSf,lfl UUHIUItf)
Ftiiw-lddler aP muslo might have
! i,iZ ,oun, t displace the resounding
It ii?" mf .tI?e finale ' tha flt movement.
HJ!, tokoWBkl accorded Mr. Sandby the
"'nroser'a privilege of conducting his
V.7 i'luVc- one breathed then the hope
w abi ts,okowsk,s hatd ny t ever
-f ill Ttlljinnl'a ntilnmAnLr am bm v-
itant. his splendid tolent and bis ca,re
Ih. '!"'ou,ht ma'e',y over the piano,
i.;5 ' room or neither question nor
Comment ti.. - . ,:... j ,..
b, jj. .. vi w I. u iiiuaicr puiiiiiK, aim iv
BS. Jfore more tha P'ty that he should
Ka4e Deen Stlflfl.,1 In l.nrl ari.f .n nh.
fefS?. Q' some years, on the Judgment
Borneo, must bava been formed from the
' 5f" h p!yed yesterday, ills Indian
r5ii ' remarkable only when. Jt U in
flsenomr The exotlo nature pf the In
fS ""ne. bated on. the five-tone scale,
R ,--""py reprpaqcea In th piece, but
ij. nt colqred with deft hand, nor does
!"9 Part TfJflV.tl k 4I.A !. 4. .,!.. !..
S! ,cn of ,n, Instrument Into tho or
ESnSf . Il mutt b flW that Mr. Bu
KfSn1 Pjayln of this plepe -was at
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iSS? else. ue moved hj hearer ta
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3?fWr he uiovd them to an tbUig else.
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"So many aspiring young girls write
to mo and ask mo how to become
actresses In motion pictures," said Katli
lyn Williams, Btar of the Sellg Poll scope
Stock Company. "Although the advice la
not always well taken, I almost lnvnr
lably say 'don't' to thenf.
"A majority of the successful actors
and actresses In motion plcturo work
had tho advantage of preliminary experi
ence In tho spoken drama, and this ex
perience proved of vnluo to them In the
pictures. It la true that othors, now suc
cessful In motion plcturo work, were
never on the stage, but many of them
entered the studios somo years ago nnd
arose by tho power of hard work and
Inherent talent. It Is not bo easy In this
day and age to obtain a start In motion
"Tho managers of almost every studio
will Inform you that there are hundreds
of applicants listed who wish positions
ns actors, or actresses. Kvsry director of
motion pictures receives hundreds ofup
pllcatlons through tho mall, nnd It should
be remembered that the majority of these
applicants are experienced rctors and
"Then again, those who would succeed
In the nrt of motion plcturo acting must
possess especial qualifications. They must
photograph well not all people ,lake good
photographs they mUBt bo physically
strong and possess Iron nerve, for the
orders of the director nro as law In this
business. An absence of foolhardlness,
so some term It, Is essential to success,
for a leap from a precipice Into a river,
n, struggle ntop a moUng freight car, or
a reckless race In nn automobile may be
ordered and also experienced at any time
by the motion picture actors.
"And there Is none of the glamour of
stage life In connection with motion pic
ture acting. It all becomes; n day's work
with an absence of the footlights' glare
and the plaudltB of the audience. Tho ro
mance fs missing from tho actual work,
which much resembles any other skilled
"The work Is not easy; the hours are
long: In many studios the time-clock Is
punched Just like In nny other large busi
ness Institution, and the romantically In
clined young girl who dreams of signal
honors ns a. motion picture actress Is soon
Ina Claire a Lasky Star
The Jesse I. Lasky Feature Play Com
pany announces the engagement of Ina
Claire, who has signed a contract similar
to that signed last week by Charlotte
Walker and who will consequently soon
make her photodramatld debut under
Lasky management. As in the case of
Miss Walker, Miss Claire's arrangement
Is of such nature that her photodramatlc
appearances, for a period of years to
come, must be entirely under Lasky man
agement. Ina Claire, who positively deserves to
rank as thfr foremost favorite of her age
on the American stage and alao In Lon
don, was born In Washington, D, C... and
educated there at the Holy Cross
Academy; Bhe first appeared In vaude
ville, doing songs and Imitations. Her
initial regular engagement was with
Richard Carle In "Jumping Jupiter."
Miss Claire's first lilt was In the ttle
role of "The Quaker Qlrl," a success
w)ilch literally meant fame and fortune
for the young artlat.
Miss Claire's moat recent stellar engage
ment was In the title role of "Lady
Luxury," recently ofTered In New Tork at
the Caslnq Theatre,
More Poetry Arrives
The Bvekino Ledoer la In receipt of
another Instalment of Miss Dorcas J,
Haas' adventures In filmland, reproduced
TlnwJ of waltlnr for n answer,
I derided to a:o;
To the Studio and crepart.
Vox a trial in tha how.
I entered tho Office,
Hut wii refuted admittance!
Th factorx wm cloMd. ..
I Vtu. told with a nrlml.ee.
I would not rlv up hopo.
So Z tald I was a reporter;
And wan uibtrod rteht In,
With polltencu and order.
When I entered the Studio,
Oh. ai wht a ilxhtl .
Then wre mo many pobIo.
I oer tibued with frUhu
Every on welcomed m:
Tht director wj'k!ndj
I clayed a amalt part..
And wa.a coaiUercd Opt,.
Answers ta Correspondents
p. T. You might trythe Lib!n Com
pany. No. Paul Pander was not In the
film, you mention. It was Arnold Daly
and Pearl White
a B. House- Peters ! with the Lasky
Company. Mr. Pter" M married.
N V. M The ltur you: mention wjj
produced about tbrsa years ga and. no
record made of the cast
M. J. Boms of the Independent play-
TODAYS FILM FAVORITES IN SIX KEELS
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AT THE STANLEY THEATRE.
Questions and Answers
The Photoplay Editor of the Evbn
iso LBDacn will be pleased to answer
questions relating to his department,
Queries will not be answered by let
ter. All letters must be addressed to
Photoplay Editor, Evenino LEDaEn.
era are J, Warren Kerrigan. Vivian Itlch,
Mary Fuller, James Cruze, Harry
Myers, Marguerite Snow and Ben Wil
son. B. a. Tou are mistaken, It must be
THE A TRWAL BAEDEKER
Continued from Pago Four
"King Lear," "Macbeth," 'Hamlet,"
"Othello," "The Merchant bt Venice,"
"Itomeo and Juliet," "IUchard III,"
"Julius Caesar," "Louls.Xl'-' and "Klch
clleu." KEITH'S Evelyn Neshlt, assisted by
Jack Clifford: Clayton White and com
pany, Eddie Leonard and Mnbel Rus
sell. Nnn Halperln, Pekln Mysteries,
Blllle McDermott, Arnaut Brothers.
Edwin Marshall, Lorenr -Troupe nnd
TVAhNVT "Mutt and Jeff In Mexico."
A new edition of the familiar musical
comedy, with the scenes laid In the
turbulent republic to the south.
AMEMCAN "The Blindness of Virtue."
Cosmo Hamilton's moving, yet pleasant,
drama of the dangers of youthful Ig
j norance In matters of sex.
WALNUT "Milestones." The JCngllsh
comedy by Arnold Bennett and IJdward
Knoblauch, tn which the adventures of
a family of shipbuilders are traced
through three generations.
VTALtTUT The one and only John Bunny
in a musical comedy.
WALNUT Thurston, the magician, with
a new array of tricks, mystifications and
APRIL S. ,
WALNUT-"The Dummy," with Ernest
Truex. The detective-comedy by Harvey
J. O'HIgglns and Harriet Ford. Jn which
Barney, the slum boy, turns sleuth and
defeats a band of kidnappers.
OARRWKr-"The Argyb Case," with Itob
ert Hllllard. a return engagement of
the familiar detective melodrama.
Bring the Family Here for
You'll enjoy, our appetising, hamei
like dishes. And you'll like, our at
tentive service, refined patrpijage
and. delightful music.
Pull Course Dinner, l, Mle'l P. SI.
12TH ANQ ABSH We "
PLAJJDB M, HORH, tiff
The San Carlo Opera
The Ean Carlo Opera Cornpany, 'which
begins a week of opera at theatre prices
o.n Monday, March 1, Is remarkable for
many things, but the patron of opera
(at high prices), will note with Joy this
thing In particular, that "Conductor
Giuseppe Angellnl does not permit the
presence of any Irritating little dlso upon
the stage through which tho auditor fre
quently hears the words of the opera be
fore they are sung." The press agent
who wrote these lines must certainly
have suffered the tortures he suggests.
Thirty seasoned singers, an ensemble
of 100, a large orchestra, and a beauti
ful ballet feature are promised. If the
performances are as restrained, as well
tempered and as artistic as they promise
to be, the Ban Carlo Company should
recelvo largely of the city's gratitude.
The repertoire, which will be played at
tho Oarrlck -Theatre, Is:
Monday, .March 1
Tuesday j...,. ........
Wednesday evening- ...
Saturday matinee . ....
Saturday evening- ..,.,
i "!.& Gloconda"
Wonderful 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 Reel Features
FILM PRODUCTIONS OF GREAT DRAMATIC SUCCESSES
BY GREAT AUTHORS
Sir. Henry Arthur Jonps
WHIiarn Vnughn Moody
Harrison Grey "Flake
J. Hartley Manners
Plays by our Staff Writers Lawrence McCIoskey, Clay M, Greene,
George Tenvllllger, Emniett Campbell Hall, Romalne Fielding, Shannon
Fife, Harry Chandlee, Norbert Lusk, Adrian Gil-Spear, ct al
LUBIN MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs, H. D.Wagner .
Usual Scholars' Practice Dane Tuesday nnd
Novelty DJhca CONTEST, fti Kv.. Feb. Si
Not Rented Private Lems ttt, Aft, Err.
Continuous Dance Saturday Evg.
Students' Chapter SSUr-
PRIVATE AND CLASa 1N8TUCT1QN
Tonight, Wasnlpxtpn' 13lrh4ay Celebratli
EnMblttoo Dancing Soclabla Wednesday
T1IH C ELli'WOOPOAnPENTERSTUPIO.ma
fnasioutr., vtii m a o AV r ai-i ps(
patronage. betytipm; mod rates, ISIaitruo,
tors: inmla always; newest ot the nw steps.
MARTEU'S 17 to North Broad
AU. THE UODEBN DANCES
Ffavxva iEsso.ss any hour bx
VROO - KBITH'B T1BATRH 9AIXROOU
New Children's Cluts. Saturday. 11 A. It
BsJlrooai can tw rtnud. Private lessons
ntmuoua pa nee paiuruay Clutit, o;d otreei.
WO CHteBtHVT ST. BAKEft UUX3.
fj jeuukStadjo f 0tji XKp WPaoiihli at,
Must iisiM nrit; xluii or ji.-t. JDU3S0I.
"The Musical Glasses"
Moro ettcnsUo notices, based on past
performances nnd on uhut tha press
agents afford, will appear whenever
necessary nnd Jtlmcly for the events
scheduled below. The following uncrit
ical calendar Is Intended merely as a
guide for the musically porploxed.
HLND.W. 1 cliruary 21-ruplls' concert at tho
bcltlemcnt Musical School. K3 Christian
street J ,'J u. in
THKHDAY. Pibruary S3-Vlftli and nrobably
Until appearance of Fritz KrclMcr. the
eminent lollnlst. In a program whli.li rnngr's
from Mnlll tn DorHk and tnkca In Hach.
Couperln. It-rtlnl nnd the lollnlat himself
as mmnocvor. -.30 n. in at tho Aiademy.
' Mailama Sans-dene." auna; by tho company
which created the opera In New York. In
nlurlirm 1 arrar, Anutto and Mnrtlnelll nnd
Toscanlul as conductor The opera, taken
from KurJou's play, and set to muslo by
Timhorto Giordano, S p. m at tho opera
I'hornl concert of Matinee Musical Club,
TIlbRHDAY. Tcbruary 2R-Thlrd and final no
lteamnco here of the New York Symi hony
OrcVMrd Walter Uamrosch conductor, play
ing tho llrat Brahms symphony, with Mr.
Joiof llofinann, ns assisting ortlst. tilaylntr
tho K minor concerto of Chooln. 8 15 p. in
at the Academy.
Mu.lcale of Philadelphia Muslo Club,
Orpheus CIuli Itooms, 8.10 p. m
rnillAY. 1'obruary 28 Tho Philadelphia Or
clicitru. plnvlnir the E minor (tJoellr) sym
phony of Mm. II. II, A. Beach and Strauss'
"Tod and Verklaerune." With Thaddeua
rtlrli the concertmaster rt tho orchestra as
assisting artist, pl&ylnr Pacanlnt'a concerto
in I major, 3 p.. m. at the Academy.
SATURDAY. Tebruanr 27 Tho Philadelphia
Orchestra In the program Just detailed. 8.15
p. m. at tho Academy.
SUNDAY. I'ebruary 88 Tlosslnt'a "Stabat
Mater" will t) BUiic at tho Church of tho
Kavlour," 08th street abovo Chestnut, at
7.15 p m
WHAT'S DOING TONIGHT
J Hrw I
Lecture. "Personal Glimpses of Celebrated
Men and Women' Dr. Ruisel II. Conwell.
Ilaptlst Temple: 8'15 o'clock.
Banquet. Jewelers' Club, Bellevue-Stratfordi
Iteieptlon to OeorKe P Morgan. Union
I-eague: 8 70 o'clock.
Washl.igtcn dinner, Tounr nepubllcana. 221
South Dread street; 8 30 o'clock.
Dinner Fifty Club. Manufacturers' Club;
Enxlneera' Club, 1317 Spruce street; 8 o'clock.
University of Pennsylvania medical alumni,
nourse: 8 30 o'clock.
Costume ctrnltat. Pickering Hunt Club; 8
Sunday revival service, tabernacle, 10th and
Vina atreet: 7 .JO o'clock, free.
Lecture on Brownlnr Warner Tnatttufe. 17tt,
street and Montgomery avenue 8 o'clock, Ft.
ro4ia ol ocnuyiKiu x, iu. c;. A.;
Private or Class Instruction.
SPECIAL TERMS DURING LENT
13 PRIVATE LESSONS KOll IIS
FRED W. SUTOR
UHTHK Da VSNBB
1431 Walnut St. ppruco 4:33.
The Panse Studio
Afternoon Classes, 13 lesson is 00
Private Instructions, B lessons . . 15 00
Any Pour Dances guaranteed In Wx Pri
vate lessons. Phono Uelmont ;TT0.
PHILIP A. McGOUGH
park BuUdlsf. Xi South SJU St,
1 OESER'S NIXON THEATRH BLDO.
RECEPTIONS MONDAY AND SATURDAY
CIA8S. TUBS-. WED. AND FRI EVQS
Class Fit 4,8. ChlMren'a CU( Sat , 3-3.
ir. Continuous Dancing
4 Washington's Birthday
rrTL9- Ptqflp 3WSP, vsSel S3S9
"MATCHES," TllEN ItOIlS
STUDENT OF THEOLOGY
Young Now Jersey Mnn Says Stranger
A young man, who eayg h la a. theo
logical student from Madison, N. J., f
tnourntriK the loss of nbotlt (0 and a Rold
watch and chain today, nil on account ot
a latent gambling distinct tliAt cropped
out when temptation came around.
He told Detective Lawrence and Fisher,
at City Half, that ha wan J. D. Butler,
Two men are sought by tho detectives.
One ot Ihem has Butler's money and
Butler says he came to this city to hear
'Rlliy" Sunday. After tha sermon yes
tcrdny he met a man at Broad Street Btn
lion, who said ho also v.ns n tlieoloalcal
studentf Tho stranger proposed n visit to
tho Baldwin locomotive, Works. On tho
way up Broad street he took out a coin
nnd offered to "match" Butler.
When they got through "mntchlng,"
Butler's money nnd watch were gone
Just then another trial) stepped up to
"I am a dee.tectlve," he said. 'Tou
fellows are gambling on the street. Sep
arate, or I shall arrest you ami have jou
Incarcerated In a dungeon."
Butler and the stranger separated, the
Dcc-tcctlo keeping close on tho heels of
Dip stranger. Butler then went to City
Hall and naked tho detectives to get his
Anti-Catholic Agitator Attacked
I'ATBnsON, N. J., reb. .-L. J. King,
an nntl-Cathollc agitator, barely escaped
rough handling at tho hands of a. mob ot
men nnd bos hero today following an
address In which ho vilified tho Catholic
Church. King w.ts pelted with eggs on
every sldo ns ho dived headforemost Into
Barrist & Co.
214 North 8th Street
Sell Profitable Plcturo Theatres
PRICES 1100 to 1 100.000. Both phones.
"7th and Venango .Sts.
Phi. u 'a Finest nnd Exclusive Pho
toplay Theatre. Cap 2000. Mntlneo
2.30. i:vg. G-15 Admission, iiintlnco
ami ovonliig, 10 cents. Children,
iiKitlnco only, Gc. Pull-Orchestra.
DOHOT1IV HONM!I,I,T in
Week of Irltrunrr J1, 1015
MONDAY AMI lUhSll.lY
William Pox presents Hetty Nansen In
"THE CELEBRATED SCANDAL"
nnd thrro nt hers
N KDMIHI) Y
"SAVED FROM HIMSELF"
Two reels of Kef, Mono ComedlM
I'ranclH X. Qusliman In
rniDAY AND BATUnDAY
"A GILDED FOOL"
With William rarnum.
Two reels of Kejstono Comedies
SELECT PHOTOPLAY THEATRE
- A T TTTT-. A T5 SUBJIICT
C31 fit. and
CHESTNUT ST. OPERA HOUSE
HOME OI WORLD'S
bel Graver' Lane
Kg.l at nnrl
41st St. nnd
Oermantonrn Are. and School Tin
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The Great Broadway Success A Paul Armstrong Play
("ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE") Presentlne
"Alias Jimmy Valentine"
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When "Alias Jimmy Valentine" played at Wallace's several years a 10, It was on of
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It was successful mainly because of tho atrencth and btart Interest ot tho clay and
for Its unique plot and story, which la ably reproduced In this treat feature photoplay.
It will be a sensational feature one of th blftest plays ever put Into pictures,
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JEWELS IS MISSING
Girl Employed as "Companion"
Disappears From Hous
With Gems and Cash.
A pretty young wotnan, employed an
companion, and jewels and cash amount
Ing 16 $700 are missing today frdm ths
home of Fred fthlinger, 1M Dumac street,
Tho girl Is Mini Marlon Carroll, 20 years
old, who has been employed as companion
to Mr. Rhtlnger and Mrs. George Kerber.
her daughter, since last December. Most
of tho Jewelry belonged to Mr. and Mrs.
Kerber, who live with tho Khllnger.
nings nnd pehdahts and (100 In cash, tho
proprty of Mr, nhllnser, are missing.
Mr. nhllngcr, his wlfo and the Kcr
bera suggested last night that Miss Car
roll accompany them to the theatre. She
pleaded Illness, saying she had a severs
headache, and finally the party left with
out her. Arthur Khllnger, a sort, and
his friend, Harry Slater, remained home.
An hour after the theatro party left
the house Arthur Chllnger heard sortie
ono come downstairs and go out of the
front door. When the family returned
they were surprised to find Miss Carroll
missing. 8ho had taken it suitcase. Then
followed tho discovery that the jewel
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