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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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MOVIE. SCREEN WILL TELE XOUWHAT YOU
k ARE, SAYS MARY FULLER INl&QOND CHAZ ,
Posed Especially for The Day Book.
BY MARY FULLER
(Written specially for The Day Book)
(Copyright, 1915, by the Newspaper
Enterprise Association)
CHAPTERS.
The aneels are suDtosed tb be
looking after our souls. It is ourduty
riage, a gawky gait, a sagging shoul
der, an unpleasant manner of talking,
must try to make the temple fit for
the spirit-which dwells wftfein. The
screen is a1 pitiless critic.
The absence-of color makes it all
the more -so. -It shows up our man-
to look after our physical- selves.- We jierisfns'ando.ur;f aults, a,slouchy car-
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