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sports Is still new she already has
captured the title "belle of the win
Skating is one of the winter sports
of which Dame Fashion approves
she can adorn the girl on skates in
such picturesque attire! And this
year, so I gather from the creators
of styles, the American rinks will
rival famous St Moritz in Switzer
land, the gathering place of fashion
when Europe was a pleasure ground
instead of a battlefield.
To show women readers of The
Day Book how elegant some of the
rink costumes will be, I made this
sketch of a one-piece suit just com
pleted by Mme. Marguerite of the
Fashion Art League of America
It's in African brown velour with
black lynx trimmings. It will serve
the skating girl who wears it for aft
ernoon calls as well as for skating.
DAKOTA GIRL BECOMES STAR
IN GRAND QPERA
. In Jamestown, N. D., less than a
dozen years ago, a slip of a high
school girl was wondering if ever
she could go to far away Chicago
and hear grand opera. Then some
one discovered she had a voice. SHE
discovered she had ambition; she
went to New York and to Paris to
study and finally this winter the lit
tle Dakota girl Myrna Sharlow
reached Chicago as prima donna in
the Chicago Grand Opera company.
After Mary Pickford completed
scenes in an Oriental curio shop re
cently, the proprietor presented her
with a beautiful Japanese kimona.
She wears it in "Madame Butterfly,"
the latest release.
A prairie schooner and some
"shootin' irons," relics of '49 in Cali
fornia, are being used by W. S. Hartv
in "The Disciple," a new Ince release.
Valeska Suratt has begun her en
gagement with Lasky in a new sce
nario which was written especially
for her and her many sensational
W. S. Hart, the portrayer of West
ern types, has bought an automo
bile! Richard Travers, of Essanay, has
at last started on a delayed and much
needed vacation. He will spend it
hunting in Canada.
Lillian Walker has taken up aqua
planing. She has joined the snow
birds so as to indulge in the pastime
fCOMPLETE THANKSGIVING KIT
FOR SMALL BOY.