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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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WHO-S WHO IN THE "MOVIES"
I strafes Us 'new "traveling star" sys
tem. This means that it presents
Princess players in association with
leading players from other com
panies, which is quite a novel inno
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POPULAR AMERICAN WIFE OF
ENGLISH STATESMAN
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A very young and a very attractive
leading lady is Miss Muriel Ostriche,
who is starring in the Princess Com
pany at New Rochelle, N. Y.
Maybe you will see her on the
screen some time in the next week or
two in "Her First Lesson."
With the presentation of this pic
ture, the Princess. Company demon-
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London. Most popular of the
many popular social leaders in Lon
don is Mrs. Lewis Harcourt, wife of
the new secretary of the colonies.
Mrs. Harcourt is the niece of the late
J. Pierpont Morgan and daughter of
Walter H. Burns of New York. The
Prince of Wales is frequently a guest
at her home at Nuneham Park.
So long ago as twenty-five years,
the Kentucky, Equal Rights' Associa
tion was. 'formed. .
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