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NEW PARISIAN MODES
OmZrAIUS FASHION Ti
A Poiret model, "Perie Grise." It is of flesh-colored chiffon and pearl
gray velvet, trimmed with gray pearl. With it goes a silver and pearl
A lion used in scenes of Vitagraph's
"Heights of Hazard" gave the actors
a real thrill recently when he smash
ed the camera.
Julia Swayne Gordon, Vitagraph
star, has adopted two baby alligators
sent her from Florida.
Fay Tincher has signed a "long"
contract to appear for D. W. Griffith.
Fay is the1 original stenographer of
the movies, she of the "flaming stripe
and gum-dhewing" fame.
And now since De Wolf Hopper
joined the movies he has time for
Lillian Gish is soon to be starred in
a new- Triangle feature called
Mae Marsh has returned to Trian
gle studios in California after a short
sojourn in New York.