hundred years' war that has been"
raging" between free labor and
convict labor in this country."
This bill has passed the House
of Representatives. Following
are the members of the Senate Ju
diciary Committee, who are at
present responsible for the non
action : i
Clarence D. Clark of Wyoming,
Knute Nelson of Minnesota, Win.
P. Dillingham of Vermont, Geo.
Sutherland of Utah, Frank B.
Brandegee of Connecticut, Wm.
E. Borah of Idaho, Norris Brown
of Nebraska, Albert B. Cum
mins of Iowa, Elihu Root of New
York, Republicans; and Augus
tus O. Bacon of Georgia, Chas.
A. . Culberson of Texas, Lee S.
Overman of North Carolina,
JEhos. H. Paynter of Kentucky,
.Wni. E. Chilton of West Vir
ginia "and James A. O'Gorman of
New York, Democrats.
YOUJMGEST PIONEER, AND
Way down south in Jackson
ville, Fla., where there's sunshine
and flowers a good share of the
year, the Lubin manufacturers
have established a company of
players who do little else beside
pictures which have a definite at
mosphere of the old South about
The leading feminine roles in
many of these productions are
played-by Mae Hotely, a come
dienne and character actress. She
has been a picture player 15 years,
which qualifies her to be called
"one of the picture pioneers."
That applies to her, work-alone
not -her years, you understands
Miss Hotely is French by birth.
But by adoption she is. a thorough
American: So "much of her time
recently; and her thoughts, too,
have been devoted to the South
that she has unconscidusly as
sumed, the manner und many of
Mae Hotely, Talented Character
Actress in Lubin Movies.
the ways of the"outhern people.
This L.ubin girl thinks Florida
is the faest.place to live, as well as
the best place to act, in' the cold
winter time anyway. Watch for
her in some big new Southern
pictures during the next few
Health Seeker What is the
best thing to induce chest expan
sion? Wiseman Medals,
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