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ARLINE PRETTY HAS CHARMS.
; RRLIITE l&ETTY. i
Playing opposite to King Baggot at
the Imp studio is a dainty, athletic
little woman, Arline Pretty. She has
long and heavy light brown hair, is
fair of complexion and is just about
twenty-two years of age. It also
might be added for the benefit of the
"fans" that the young lady is still
enjoying blessed singleness.
Washington is her birthplace, and
her parents still reside there. They
are not a bit inclined to things the
atrical and were somewhat opposed
in the beginning to her chosen ca
reer. Her success, however, has
somewhat reconciled her parents in
Her principal experience on the
stage has been with Charles B. Han
ford in Shakespearean plays; also
she had three seasons with the Co
lumbia players stock in Washington
and one season in stock at Lawrence,
Mass. It was last February that
Miss Pretty joined-the Imp forces.
Since her connection with the bsr
Company Miss Pretty has made re
markable strides toward success.
She is-a studious young lady and
spends many of her spare hours in
dramatic research. Coupled with her
natural ability for the screen, Miss
Pretty has a literary talent which
cannot be passed lightly. She has
written many photo playg and short
stories. Some' time in the .near fu
ture she intends to do much in this
direction, combining it with her pic
CHICAGO ELECTION WAS ONE OF
QUIETEST IN YEARS
The election was one of the quiet
est in years. Only four pinches were
made of saloonkeepers who opened
bars during hours, and gun-play that
in the past played a part was absent.
Socialists were thrown out of the
polling placees in several West Side
wards, because of a misunderstand
ing, the election commissioners said.
They were given their places back
when they complained.
Plain evidence of repeating was
given when Stanley Kowalski, 1076
N. Marshfield av., attempted to cast
his vote only to find that someone
had beat him to it.
The men pinched for Celling booze
Thomas McCarthy, saloonkeeper,
and John McGiff, "bartender, 449 N.
August Weber, keeper, 412 E. Illi
nois. Joseph Maciyak, keeper, 900 W.
Pittsburgh. "-Foot and mouth"
disease discovered in stqckyards.
Albany, N. Y. "Foot and mouth"
disease has broken out among cattle
in Erie and Seneca counties. Quarantine.
Cononer Hoffman investigating
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