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FRITZI SCHEFFLIKES;WORK BEFORE CAMERA;
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Pritzi Scheff, the prominent favor
ite of the legitimate stage, whose sig
nature was recently secured by the
Oliver Morosco Photoplay Company
to appear before the motion picture
camera, is now busily engaged at the
Bosworth-Morosco studiosln the pro
duction of her winter's hit on Broad
way, "Pretty Mrs-Smith."
"Pretty Mrs. Smith" is a-farceof
aggravating, though humorous situa
tions. Quite continental in its virility
Of idea, stm-itYdQes Wf gut'too'brqad.
a circle to pronounce it beyond con-
vention's pale. After separating from,
her third husband the pretty Mrs.
Smith is eagerly sought after by a
host of suitors of every style and de-'
scription, but she is whimsical, dis-'
satisfied, restless and unhappy until
husband number three persistently1
returns. They are hardly launched
on their second honeymoon when
through the daylight stalk shades of ,
their past ' r 1
i, A Wonde for Mr,-. Smith who fcas