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BEA1H RECORD FOR
WEEK JUMPS HIGH
Health Authorities Attribute
Rise to Effects of Recent
Philadelphia's death record this week
unusually high, attributed by the
health authorities to the cKccts of the
bllitard Ot last Saturday, detplte the
subsequent rolldor conditions. There were
B28 dtathA this week, 63 more than last
week, and 88 more than during the cor
responding week last year. Transmissi
ble diseases caused 313 of the deaths this
week, and ISO minors succumbed to vari
Deaths from lung and throat diseases
werft many, Pneumonia caused 78 deaths,
bronchopneumonia, tit bronchitis, IS; grip,
9, and consumption, 60. New cases of
pneumonia this week were 107, or 28
more than last week.
Measles sprend to 45S new caseB this
'week, R2 more than last week's new cases.
Seven Children and ono adult died from
Tho record of tho week's deaths from
all causes Is!
Typhoid lexer 4 stomach 17
Mriulta 8 Appendicitis and ty-
Bcnrlet f sver ....... S phllltls 5
Diphtheria nnd lloinla, Intmllnal
croup , a lobstructlon n
lnfluna flClrrhoiU of tho lt er a
npMemla diseases 0 Acute nephritis nnd
Tuberculosis ol the Hrisrht's disease.. 00
lunxt CO Noncancerous tu
Tuberculous menln mors and other
Sltli S diseases of the gen
Other forme of tu- Itnl organs . . . ."
Mreuloali 2 Puerperal aeptlce-
Cancer and other mla -I
in&llinant tumore 2.1 Puerperal accidents
Apoplexy and eolt- of prsnancy nnd
enlnir of brain.. . 32 tabor 4
Oreanta rilscasta of Congenital debility
. tre heart ., 77 and malformntlonn 31
Acuta bronohltls. It Old age 8
Chronic bronchitis .1 Ko.nlclde 1
Pneumonia 78 Violent deAlhi... . 1,
Bronchopneumonia 42 Suicide H
Other dlseoeea of tin All other dleeasea. 7.1
rerMrntory system 12 Total US
Diseases of th
SALOONS MUST OBEY LAW
Detroit Police. Will Enforce Provi
sions of Closing Statute.
DETROIT, April 10 Police Commis
sioner John QUI has Issued orders to
Police Superintendent John B. Downey,
directing him to see that overy provision
of the Warner-Cramton law, providing
for allj saloons to close from 12 o'clock
midnight to 6 a, m. weekdeys, and from
12 o'clock midnight Saturday to 6 a. m.
Monday be enforced The saloonkeepers
and proprietors of cabarets are given 21
hours In which to comply with this order.
In tho past there has been utter dis
regard on the part of saloonkeepers and
cabaret proprietors of the law.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
nobert VI. Wright. Cynwyd, Pa., and Mary
E. McAndrew. 11,10 North Bouvlcr strot.
Prank Calhoun, -1828 Fansom street, and
Mabel Bon man, 4718 Wlneor street.
lllchael J. Murray. 1.120 Oxford street, and
Slabs! M. Town;. IKS Oxford street.
Michael A, McLoughlln. S000 North 11th
treat, and Mary C Gannon, 1030 Cayuga
Lewis B. Roth. Jr., 21 in North nth street,
and Maria M. J. Bachschmldt, 817 Diamond
Ilobert Klrlfland, 1620 North 8th street,
and Agnes T. Fleming. Bethlehem, Pa,
John E. Dougherty. 2518 Swain street, and
Teresa Qulnn, 3103 North 13th street.
Archie P. Brown, 700 South 10th street, and
U. Gertrude Warwick, IBIS South 10th street
-Max Gilbert-. 1508 North Oth street, and
Sadie Satavt, 1503 North Cth street
Antonio Ullaso, 712 South Porcy afreet, nnd
Antonletta Schlna. 1320 South Colorado street.
Charles Pater. 170 Eaat Mentor street, and
Horn Blum. 1D10 Brie avenue.
Anthjny Ddunglles. MM Pearl street, and
Emilia Putollalte, 1S12 Wood atret.
Pawel Skowral. 36.TS Seara atreet. and Mar
4foauto Goeholstca, S2NJ Summer street.
Charles B. Helm. Scranton, Pa nnd Sylvanla
Boorto, JIM Cnmae street.
Howrlo Pennlsl, Camden, N J., and Anna
Oregorlo, Ota south sth street.
Albert I.ucns. Brooklyn. N. V. and Martha
Biephenson. DS7 North fiflth street.
Almond D. Nasc. Sellerarlllo, Ta. and Clem
entine Good. 7M North 24th street.
Wasyly Matkowakl, S74 South' American
street, and Katarzjna Wysoczanska. 315 South
Peter J. Shaughneasey, 2T.I A street, and
Bulla A. Adams, 1W4 Thompson atreet.
Ernest Waldsmirger. 31 M Belgrade atreet.
and Katherlce Barron. 3163 Miller atreet,
WIIHani P. Beaidey, West Fchaal lane, nnd
Edith D. Boegs, K Wist Chelten avenue.
Oeoree Butkn. DOS North Hooe street, and
tl? Stepanourla, t17 North Hope utreet.
Thomas F. Tlnnay. Is South Jflth street,
and Huldah K, Cunnings, 3430 North 17th
Joseph B. Tresnan, ff) Pnstorlous atreet. and
Margaret M Beam. 3.M2 Sunnvslde avenue
Thomas Sheehnn. Mt) North -inth atreet. nnd
Bridget CTShea. 4DM lloopea atreet
J Warner Ilowera Wyncote Pa., and Ra
Btephenn, 52 North Pnxnn atret.
Danlel J Malby, irew Upland street, and
Ethel M Bementer. M21 Wharton street.
Clarenco K. Orlffls. 37?."S Aspan street, and
BtancJia M. Hoda. 412 South STth street.
,I5u.re,J? JConnolly. 4711 Haiel aenue. and
Nllli D. Freeman. 730 South 60th etreet.
George r. Brown. 441 Falrmount avenue,
and Ltzetta. Tuennermann, 4l Falrmount ave
nue, Benjamin F. Bowers. IIM North Mvrtlewond
street, and Ida Nelson, 2440 North Hollywood
la R. BladcburTi, 2O40 North Menlno
street, and Mary K. Egan ,2040 JJorth Mer
Giovanni Ursa ,1lt South Bancroft atreet.
and Antonetta Lfuzzo. 1811 South Bancrort
Thomas A. Somers. S2 Bouth Mst atreet. and
lEIIsabeth A. King. 2M West Cumberland
Gulsepps Provlnzann, 712 South 7th street,
and Theresa Marlncola. ASS Christian atreet.
Anthony Kowalaky. 2027 Salmon street nnd
pflronello Okuclwlcz 2027 Salmon street
James ellran. 2017 Gerrllt street, and Kath
erlna Grady, 2713 Lfltona atreet.
John A, Mopre. Jr. 2a North Palrhlll
street, and Blanche J Talley, 3(T,7 North
William J, Scott. Jr.. S3d and Moore streets,
and Matilda n. Pteele. M and Moor el streets.
Alfonso Llgnello. 1KJ Morris street, and
Elena, rietravlto, 1S10 Morris street.
Cumberland & B"fl?
JIONIJAY WTOINO, ATOII. J2TII
C "vTunB'Ta"" "The Deep Purple"
World Film Corporation
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
HEARTS IN EXILE
Pictwrlzed and Directed By JAMES YOUNG
Fiora (he Novel By JOHN OXENHAM and Play By OWEN DAVIS
' A SHUBEBT FEATURE IN 5 ACTS
WORLD FILM CORPORATION, 1314 Vine Street
1337 VINE ST.
HUBBY VI' AND BOOK
The Evening Ledger's Real War Pictures
BHEAKING RECOUPS EVEBYWUEBE
&. ALICE IN WONDERLAND
A I'mdutttua of That Iauaerta! Pnatn et ChUdfcoed
- THE FRANK CASE
i 'VaKT Tt, Jk i i ii
.KnT laW 3.
MISS GRATIA ERICKSON
1600 MILES TO VOTE
Enthusiastic Worker Here
Makes Flying Trip to Her
Home in Illinois.
lro a STArr cosBEsroNrrsT
HAnRISBUna, April P.-The action of
the 243.70" feminine voters of Chicago In
turnliiB out at tho Mayoralty election
struck a crushing blow at tho "nntls "
contention that women would not use the
ballot If they had It, but the zeal of Miss
Gratia S Krlcltson, a pretty little suf
frage enthusiast, doing campaign work In
Philadelphia entirely confuted tho argu
ment. Miss Krlckson Is a registered voter of
Hvanston, III., and made a flying trip of
moro than 1600 miles to her home and
back In order to cast her ballot for her
"I am so elated," she said, "over what
the women of Illinois are doing out thore
It Is Just what Pennsylvania politics
needs the Introduction of tho feminine
clement Tho Chicago City Council to
day Is composed of better Aldermen,
with more Independent political views
than ever before. To me. thut Is ono of
the biggest things tho women are doing,
tho dissipating of the Iron-clad partisan
ship that tjplfles the situation today."
"Ono nmuslng thing that woman suf
frago has dono for politics out In Illinois,"
Bhe continued, "Is the Introduction of tho
afternoon tea as an Importnnt factor In
the campaign. Everywhere that elections
were being held ou would llml the can
didates' wives, and the candidates them
selves when they were batchelors, giving
'afternoon teas to tho women whom they
wished to gain as supporters.
"Nor did the women vote blindly," she
said. "They were well Informed nnd
knew the whyB and wherefores of eery
Issue. Schoolhouses were used as meet
ing placet) and, without neglecting In any
uay their homes or their children, tho
women gathered together and took coun
sel among themselves. Tho result was
that they got what they wanted. In fact,
In many of the small Illinois towns where
mayoralty elections were held, tho win
ning man could placo his success directly
to tho women's vote nnd the women's In
fluence." "My father died when I was a child,"
she said, "and for all these years our
family has been without political repre
sentation, because there aro no men In
It. The vote was too precious a prlvlleso
for me not to use It and I didn't mind
tho Hying trip a bit."
POItT OF PHILADELPHIA
Vessels Arriving Today
Str. Ilellucla HJr ), Tne, ballast, Munson
tr Indian. Boston, merchandise. Merchant
and Miners' Transportation minnanv
Sir. Amsteldyk (Dutch). Rotterdam, la Bos
ton jf land-Amertcii Line
Str Toledo., tonlnit echr. Delaware Mm,
Sahlne. crude oil, sun Company.
Str Mauda (Nor.). New lork, ballast, (.alley,
Steamships to Arrive
Namt. From. Sailed.
iMura Rotterdam Fob. 18
Century Calcutta Feb. VS
Kandahar Alslera Mar. Tt
Frlkes ! a Mar T
Vulcan I.'sbon Mar S
iKontucklan illlo Mar. 10
Alt iijnri .u.r i.l
Wlnelalund .Mitlu-1 . Mir II
inina " "
Henrlk Ibsen . Valparaiso . .Mar 10
Manchester Miller . .uiKhcaiei . .. 1
Alden Copenhagen ..Mr 'Jl
Wagner Algiers . . . Mar "1
Vrhco de liamo Hartlepool . Mar 2.1
Feliciana Iondon . . . Mar 21
Mackinaw Ixincion Mar I'S
Ran Shields . .. Mar. no
Chlmu Cardiff Mar. m
Maine London Apr. 1
Hatascan Rotterdam Apr. 1
Teian , .Cristobal Apr. .1
Tottenham Santiago Apr. 4
IMoldegaard Cardenas Apr ft
Mansurl Calcutta Apr. 4
Dakotan Illlo Apr. H
Bertha Havana Apr. T
Manx Isles Cuba Apr. 7
Trafalgar C'albarlen Apr. 7
Ianla Kantlago Apr. 7
Jose Port Antonio. ..Apr 7
Frey Shields Apr. T
Scottish Monarch .... Liverpool . . Apr. 8
ti 1'ayal pr. 8
KeUcn iMatinzas Apr. 0
Jolando dl Giorgio Fort Antonio ...Apr. O
Steamships to Leave
Name. For Date.
Manchester Bhlpper ...Manchester ....Apr 10
Feliciana, London Apr.lt
Laura Rotterdam ... .Apr 1.1
London Copenhagen ....Apr. M
Manchester Miller ... Manchester ....Apr. IS
WILLIAM FOX Presents
BETTY NANSEN TrgI
T.KtVIS J. SELZNICK
Ice Prea. & Ota Mgr,
BVENIKa LKDGBB-PHIi;ADBLPHIA', ftATlr-RTiAY. APRIP
VdGuWmfiWPICTURE INDUSTRY show njn figured
I niicerlnMe tun AwaVAcoo. It SHS. 1 mium i s 1
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
The Photoplay Editor of the Evening
Ledger will be pleated to answer ques
tions relating to hit department. Que
tlons relating to family affairs of
actors and actresses are barred abso
lutely. Queries will not be answered by
letter. All letters mutt be addrettad
to Photoplay Editor, Evening Ledger,
The fifth litrRest industry In tho United
Stntest So rrtliks tho mnllon-plcturo In
ilustry, according to tho report of the
Census Bureau In Washington. Tho
figures furnished are well nigh unbcllov
nblc. In 19H, up to tho beginning of De
cember, American manufacturers havo
turned out no less than 10,CW0 soparnto
reels of noKntlve film, from each of which
i eels B poslllte" copies, on nn nvcrnge,
nro made. Tho standard reel Is 1000 feet
long, which makes 380,000,000 feet ot film
nit told, Including both tho originals and
copleil About 68,000 miles of motion pic
tuies onough to go round tho Rlobo n,
little lesq than three times. In ons year
lcsi a month!
The co,st of producing the ordinary ort
of orlglnnls Is tit least f2 n. foot This
menns :o,(00.000 spent In making tha
ncKntlve reels alone. The 330,000,000 of
copies post I cents n fool, which totals
Jl",C00,0O0 for these. Altogether M",CO),000
spent In tha manufacture of films In 11
months Komo figures! Yes, nnd they are
not all for this cstlmato docs not take
Into account the special fenttiro projects
locently become nn Important factor In
the film Indtistn, on n slnglo ono of which
may be spent, as In tho ense of a much
advertised tv en-reel drama now pining,
ns high or inOO.OOO
It Is estimated thnt there are today be
tween 17,000 and 18,000 motion-picture the
atres In tho United States, to which more
than 10,000,000 people go dally. A com
mlselon appointed by the Mayor of Cleve
land In 1913 reportod that one-sixth of tho
population of that city went to movlo
shows at least once a day. During tho
hummer months of 1011 tho National
lionrd of Censorship estimated that In
Xow York city between SSO.onO and 500,000
people one-seventh of tho total popula
tion-attended the motlon-plcturo theatres
tlall,. In this city about 300 000 attend
motion-picture theatres dally. Admission
receipts total in 1014 (to December 1) ap
proximately 1318,000,000 for the movlo
theuties of tht country
Moro than J500.000,uX) of actual cnpltnl
ha been Invested In tho business of mak
ing and exhibiting films In tho United
States. Two hundred and fifty thousand
employes find In It a means of livelihood.
Including all Itn ramifications and affili
ations, tho Industry is callod tho fifth
largest In tho land, and tho total valuo
of the property and good will of It all Is
This Is only tho cold materialistic view
of tho Industry. The Inception nnd ma
terialization of the photoplay bus cie
ated a neu race of writers not dlaloglsts,
but litornrv punlomlmtsts. who pot tray
action solely, and nothing by word of
mouth Then, too, it has produced a new
race of mummers men nnd women capa
ble of expressing any emotion without
the nld of tho voice.
And here bo It stated In all frankness
that the actors aro Infinitely better paid
than nre tho writers. A good flint is
worth 523 n leel In the open market.
Large prices havo been paid for ppoken
plays which made successes In tho past.
Hut from a film out of which the manu
facturer mado thousands tho writer re
ceived a vciltablc plttnnce. This Is n
short-sighted policy on tho part of tho
producers, for It keeps the lmnglnatle
writers of nblllty out of tho market.
What the Actors Get
Much has been written nbout the enor
mous salaries of tho actors, and, while J
It Is true that they receive better pay
LEAVES $2000 TO WIDOW
"UNTIL SHE MARRIES AGAIN"
Samuel C. Bradford Said Second Hus
band Should Support Her.
Samuel C. Bradford, who died recently
at 1313 Porter street, left his !000 estate
to his widow, Addle V. F Bradford, dur
ing her life or until sho marries again.
In either event the properly reverts to
In tho will, admitted to probate today,
the testator explained that ho did not
mean he was unwilling thnt his wife
should remarry, "only that should she
do so, the man shall support her, as I
Tho will of Sarah B Carter, late of
13M Spruce street. Includes bequests of
tlOO each to tho Foreign and Domestic
Missions of the Trotestant Episcopal
Church and to tho Philadelphia Flower,
Prult and Ico Mission. Tha residua of
her J1500 e6tute Is left to relatives.
Other iills probated include thoso of
Katherlne Stler, who left J5000; Ernest O,
Dussoulas, 14000, George Fisher, J1S00:
Harriet S. Lodor, U0O; John Miller, J2026.
Personal property of Peter P. Bahm
has been appraised at 122,2)3 31; James II.
T FAnCD 4 1ST and LANCASTER AVE.
L.lfUll MATINEE DAILY
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
TUB PERFECT WOMAN In
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG In
HEARTS IN EXILE
S. MILLER KENT In
THE COWBOY and THE LADY
FRIDAY AND HATUIIDAY
MARIE DORO in
THE MORALS OF MARCUS
I "U.I lil HliLJltlLJSW-Jtlt
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF THEATRES
MOTION-PICTURE EXHIBITORS' LEAGUE
INCLUDINO THOSE BOOKED THHOUOK
THE EXHIBITORS' BOOKING OFFICE, INC.
1339 VINE STREET
rim An 6oth street and
SjtAJPM. OK11AII AVENUE
wvviniTS OK EL,INK No, IS
ASI11HOHK F17KY, Kerstone
HUPHLIKO WATKlft an Indian lrm
rTf !,. Ot.t
OV11 JH7aC Dl:
MAROUKRITB CLAKK In
And COMEDY WCTUBKS
t-AnnPN Hfty-thlrd Btreet and
GREAT SOUTHERN $&"
rilANTOU OP THE 10UN
TAXI J, a Neator Comedy
'ALICE OF OLDEN MAYS
r. KVKItAI, VILLA In
THE OUTLAW'S BEVENOH
A Mutual Wmtcrplcture
GEO. HASH in
than the scenario writers, yet their
emoluments aro not ns largo as popularly
The topnotcher Is D. W. Griffith, tho
producer, who received $100,000 a year
Vllhnm rnrntim received $15,000 for his
work In T.ho Spoilers." Billy Reeves re
ceded one-tenth ot this sum for a onc
rceler iccrntly filmed by tho I.ubln Com
p.mv. Mary Plckford, icputed tho highest
priced nctrcsB In tho film world, docs not
receive $100,00 a enr Common gossip
In lllui circles puts her actual salary for
12 feature films a car at $.'3,000. Hut no
ono knows tho nctual figuroH.
ttccognlzcd Mini favorites like Mary Ful
ler, Clara Klnibail Young. Florence I.aw
icncc, Blanche Sweet, NVrm.i riilllli.s.
Anita Stewart and Iln-n Stonehoiifle re
ceive from $200 to $100 u week. When it
comes to mnlo film Ltnrs, th-lr solaries
nro considerably less. Trom $100 to $100
Is the weekly salary for leading men I'lto
King Baggott, Francis X. liiohman. Ai
thur Johnston, Maurice Costello, J. War
ren Kerrigan nnd Cailylo BlacUwell. John
Bunny received $500 a week.
Pay of Legitimate Stars
Ah a genornl rule, "legitimate" ttara
who go inti th movies are not pi'd by
tho week, but by tho picture. They fre
quently ro.'clvo ii stipulated sum for tho
picture whether It takes three. flv, six
or even seven weeks to mako It.
Tho largest sum ever paid a Ifslilmntc
at tor or nctrers for making a plctutt was
paid to Sarah Bernhardt. She received
$30,000 from the Famous Players Film
Company for about six weeks' work.
Tht co famous actresses who received
record-breaking nmounts for slnglo pic
tures arc Ethel Barrymore, Lillian Rus
sell nnd Mrs Flsko. Miss Barrymoro
received 512,000 Mrs. Flsko tit's s.inu
amount and Miss Russell something Ics.
thin SlO.fOO and a percentage of tao prof
its. But iJOU) is the usual honoi'urluni of
a star nf established reputation for a fea
ture film requiring four, five or six wtcka'
Some of tho film companlea enwn le
gitimate actots by the iveek, The largist
vi.okly anlery was ptld to Pauline J'red
a'lck Sha itcelved $2000 a week r'hi I r
eNpciMM In Rome while the "ntc-ps.1
City" film was made.
Mario Dressier received $10,000 from
tho Koystone Film Company for two pic
tures, and a contract calling for 50 per
cent, of the net receipts from the Incomo
Barrist & Go.
214 North 8th Street
Sell Profitable Picture Theatres
rniCES $100 to $100,000. Doth phones.
Locust Theatre uc5u"sT,.,..
Hear the Wonderful Kimball Organ
Mais., 1130 and 3 I". M. All Hrata 10c.
Krenlnits, 0l3U, B, 0l30. All Seats 15c.
Thomas Jefferson 6s Adelaide Thurston
In the Orlpplnr Play
SHADOWS OjeAprtEAT CITY
WEDNESDAY & THUItSDAY
In Count Leo Tolstoy's
In "THE MAN IVIfO KOUND HIMSELF"
S. MILLER KENT
In "THE CpWPOY AND Til E L A DY"
KXTHA FEATURE ALL WEEK
In "A 11TNKY ELOPEMENT"
LEADER It Btrert nd
TUB WHITE MASK
JANET OF TUB CHORUS
and Comedy Subject
KEYSTfJNF BOUTII 8THEET
r..101U11t DELOW TENTH
THE LITTLEST REBEL
and Comedy Subjects
PARK Kldce Ave. & Dauphin Bt.
vW Matlner SUB. Ergs, 7l5
TH03IAU E. BHE A In
THE MAN O' WARSMAN
18th at. and
EXPLOITS OF ELAINE
THE DEVIL--In Fiyo Reel
and Keystone umtut
TIOfJA T" AND ''ENANOO
HUUft ' KTHKKTH
-' ' ' ' -' " ' I !
And Olner IBserfUnt BubJetU
WAR OF WARS
TJU? BLACK BOXe Xe, f. a4
COMPANY .'-fljg . ('i -'. A4,:1 i
of tho two films, However, tho $IO,oco
was In tho nature of an advance to Miss
MARKET & JUNIPER STREETS
The Most Extraordinary, Remarkable,
Knt n Prpnrhmpnt.
"" " --- v..v -ww...M.r ww.,...a,an o "- --" -" " "' " -- - .
A Masterpiece of Construction ! A Marvelous Production!
Special Music, Impressive Settings, Choral Embellishments, Enlarged Orchestra nnd Organ
AFTERNOONS AT Si30
10c. 18c, 25
EVENINQB AT 8iM
15c, 23c, 50o
Scats 2 "Weeks in Advance
"Where the Crowds Go"
CHESTNUT ST. SSeursae
Home of World's Greatest
Alts. JiSO to 4:S0 JOc, 15c. 25c,
Kvis. 7:80 to 19iS0 JOc, 20c, a Paw 60c
OF THE SEASON J I
D, W, aRIFjriTll'B
Twice Dally at 3 and 9 P, M.
Preceded by Comedies
OTJTHUSIABTICAXJCr ITBAISBD BT
KVKHV JHII,A. IJJtWft'Al'EB
the. GUO&E THEATRE:
Dressier, as It is to bo deducted even
tually from her share of tho profttB. It
Limited Engagement Commencing
of All Photo-Dramatic
Tint n Pnnrlun Pnnvlnrltirv Arrvnmpnf AirnlnHf. tfin RhnmU nf JAfe
Producer xof "Hypocrites" Offers 5250
V.... fl -0 I4IT
First Prize, $100; Second, $75; Third, $50; Fourth, $25
Will Be Dramatic Critics of All the Dally Papers. Address All Com
u":uions io uiodb ineaire,
Film Vewipn of
ROBERT PATQN GIBBS
METROPOLITAN BOOKING OFFICES
HARRY BRYAN, Manager
Is not unlikely that Miss Dressier will
make $50,000 from the two films durlnf,
tho coming year. She spent 14 wertl!
making tho pictures an unusually Ions
Mav Irwin received 17000 from the Fa
mous Players Film Company for one plc-iB
turc. In addition she was given a con-a
tract calling for n royalty on tho numfcerS
of feet of film put Into circulation abovifl
a certain figure.
The highest palary ever paid to a for
eign dramatic nctress to come to Amir 9
Icn to mako a picture is me tuw weemjr
salary which Is now being paid Dy will
lam Vox to Betty Nanscn. the Danish
Onbv Deslys received $13,000 for a slnlllH
picture from tho Famous riaycrs Cora- 5
rit ...1.1 i. ..... .r An. In Taita "-H
pany a. mm wniwi hud u.uuq k. .!
for the Beat Essays Containing
jumper ana Aiaricet ais.
AND OTHER STARS
Z U P O R A $&&
1316 Vine Sir
' l! ' - ut, . ' ' ' i y
iv ii j Mil jnm'
Other Pautur Film