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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 23, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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I OF FIRST ATTEMPT TO ACT IN MOVIES
Elsie Jan'rs and two of her pet dogs.
Los Angeles, Cal. Again have the
movies invaded the "legitimate" for
one of its stars Elsie Janis, famous
musical comedy lead.
"I'm awful scared," said Miss Janis
on the eve of her debut in motion pic
tures here. "If I can only remember
to forget the camera operator Til be
all right.
"I'm going to play first in a sce
nario I wrote myself It is all about a
little rich girl. I'm not a rich girl my
self, so I always like to pretend that I
am one. I like romance better than
tragedy, and in the few scenarios I
have written romance is featured,"-
Miss Janis and her mother brought
with them across the continent two
maids, two toy dogs, 17 trunks and a
veritable mountain of small luggage.
CHARLES LANE BURIED
Charles Lane, 1060 Polk st well
known politician of 19th ward, was
buried in Mt .Carmel today.
Charles Glackin, William Galla
gher and Aldermen James Bowler
and John Powers, together with Wil
liam Rodenhaber, Michael Reedy and
Lawrence Flaherty, representing
19th Ward Democratic club, attended
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