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But when Belasco says he has made
a discovery, most persons take his
word for it, remembering Mrs. Les
lie Carter, Prances Starr and a score
of other unknowns that he has made
"She has the most magnetic per
sonality of any woman in America,"
Last season Miss Ferman appear
ed in a minor role in one of the Be
lasco productions and then dropped
from view. But David did not lose
sight of her. ' He saw in her rare
talent and has been planning how to
bring it out. He is giving her much
personal attention and declares that
with a little development and a suit
able role she will leap to a great suc
cess. Aside from her talent and person
ality, she is one of the most beautiful
women on the stage.
"What does the public know about
the railway terminal question." Aid.
If Geiger had his way the public
wouldn't know a doggone thing
about the railway terminal question
until he had slipped over what he
wanted to slip over.
And if the public doesn't know a
whole lot about the railway terminal
question, it knows a good deal about
"Wearing a new silk pink shirt,
John D. Rockefeller today arrived for
his summer stay at Forest Hill."
Ain't Jawn going around kind of
lightly clad for an old man, even if
the weather is wearm?
Mrs. Minona S. Fitts-Jones ap
pears to be losing her control not
that she ever had such doggone good
Possibly the reason is that Mrs.
Minona S. Fitts-Jones has been de
prived of her oldtime catcher, Mr.
There are times, you know, when
the catcher is more than half of the
Somehow these attacks on the Wil
son administration never seem to pan
out the way the attackers expect.
Meredith Nicholson can't get away
to be an ambassador today his wife
won't let him.
Gov. Dunne approaches the suf
frage bill like a crab going backward.
The Rev. Herbert W. Gates sus
pects that Graham Taylor is a
Well, if lacking honor in his own
country is to be accepted as proof
"Who pays for the advertising?"
inquires the Wrecker-Herald.
Of course, we wouldn't pry into
any of the Wrecker-Herald's business
secrets, but we offer the suggestion
that the expert testimony of E. W.
Lehmann of The Fair has been that
the people are the goats.
Engaging Princess Pat is becoming '
more and more one of the popular
amusements of Europe and of Amer
ican newspaper correspondents in
Anyhow, McNab forced the imme
diate trial of the Califdrnia white
slavers, even if he had to throw up
his job to do it.
And the incident gave. Hearst an
other chance to vent his spite against
President Wilson. Willie can't forgive
Woodrow for being elected president.
The most suspicious thing about
the Pennsylvania scheme is the awful
hurry (he company and its aldermen
are in to ram it through.
But it wasn't ladylike of The
Tribune to call attention to the fact
that Corporation Counsel Sexton
used to be the law partner of Bob
Redfield, who is handling the job for
the Penna. Co.
Can it be that Redfield's hurry is
because he is afraid somebody won't
Hearst's "Mothers' Jury" that
"tried" Judge Cooper now kindly in
vites the judge to come into its midst
and explain himself. Having beea
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