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MOVING PICTURE EDITION-ONE CENT
THE DAY BOOK
r An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.4, NO. 189 Chicago, Saturday, May 8, 1915
"SCREEN GIRL" IS THE
LATEST MOVIE IDEA
The "Matinee Girl" Has Found a Rival Miss "Screen
Girl" Doesn't Go To the Theaters She Wants To
Get In Them Via the Film Route,
KNOW WHO THIS IS?
She is Florence, La Badie, one of
Jhe charming stars of the movies.
BY GERTRUDE, M. PRICE
Los Angeles, Cal., May 8. The
SCREEN GIRL is here -in fact she
is everywhere! She is the 1915 edi
tion of the matinee girl, who used to
go "daffy" over the handsome idols of
the speaking stage.
But Miss Screen Girl doesn't go to
the theaters. Far be it from such!
She' just hops on the car, or the train,
or the boat, according to distance and
locality, and goes right to the foun
tain head. She comes all the way
from New York and Tennessee and
Illinois and Florida, besides the hun
dreds of her that are right here in
And what do you s'pose she does?
Goes out to one of the biggest
and. best known "movie" production
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