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trous eyes he had ever seen. And he T
has painted a great many.
What is she like, this lady of the
She's about medium height and
girlishly slender. Her wavy hair is
A $26,000 Look! Clara Kimball
Young, Whose Eyes Have Brought
Her a Fortune in Filmdom.
deep dark brown and her eyes, un
usually large and most symmetrical,
are d limpid brown.
Even a star cannot carry a show
kall by himself. He jnust have sup-J
port Clara's eyes have ample sup
port Her features are clear cut,
cameo-like, well-modeled. Her mouth
is pretty and well-formed, and when
she smiles rows of even white teeth
are revealed. Her complexion is a
clear pallor which is not at all unat
tractive. In fact, it is the color so
often seen with people who have dark
hair and eyes. i
She has just finished posing before
the camera for a big production of
the famous play of "Trilby" for the
World Film Corporation, the produc
ers holding that she is ideal in the
role of the heroine who succumbs to
Svengali's baleful influence.
This is enough for the class in
"Eyeography," but Monday Clara
Kimball Young's first story on "Eye
ology," all about her eyes, will be
THAT PRICE TAG ON THE NEW
By Betty Brown.
Save up your pennies your dol
lars too, and also store up some cour
age for there's a shock coming to you
In the price tag of the new fall hat
French velvet which comes from
abroad, and hatters' plush which is
scarce and very expensive will be
used lavinhly by milliners during the
Flowers of metal tissues In glorious
color tints, and ofyelvet are being
brought from France, and anything
that comes from France or from any
other place "over seas" will be paid
for dearly by American women.
Though 'tween season hats may be
wide of brim, the "melancholy days"
of late September will bring the brim
less hat a small affair of satin with
a narrow rim of velvet or plush en
circling the high crown.
The new fall hat will be ribbonless.
Velvet flowers combined with ostrich,
cocque plumes, rosettes of white vel
vet or yarn will deck milady's bonnet,
but ribbon will be noticeable by its
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