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The sun., September 10, 1916, SECTION 4 PICTORIAL MAGAZINE, Image 34
The sun. (New York [N.Y.]) 1916-1920
Image provided by: The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation
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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1916.
WHERE SHOULD AN ICE QUEEN GO WHEN THERE IS NO ICE?
Mj3jnL Well, Charlotte of the Hippodrome Went fmL
I -BfeTj3?J?k t0 Delaware Water Gap and This Is the PySc l5L'
Record of Her Vacation yT? , .
Charlotte an intensely active yonrson .he is . expert fe 'a 'n'" mS?'
and graceful on the tennis court at on the ice. a many a long ride ihe had over the Pennsylvania hills.
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She is just as much at home in the water as she ia on its congealed
urface. Even her dog has perfect confidence in her.
Then there were long hours of dreaming. Of what? But who
should seek to delve into the mind of a maid?
The motor boat, especially on the quiet waters of the Dela
ware, was rather a concession to Charlotte's mother.
fi THREE SCINTILLATING STARS IN THE CINEMA FIRMAMENT f
June Caprice of the Fox forces trying out her best smile on
Dorothy Kelly of the Vitagraph practising with "thole won-
Thla time the camera caught Marguerite Clark of the Famous Players
while aha was at luncheon between outdoor scenes.