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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 31, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20',
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""fed refreshments. Most of them fell
unsuspectingly under the wiles of
"I hardly know what to say in the
way of gratitude Cor your great aid
to Mr. Winslow," said Miss Rankin,
meeting Jim on the street one day.
"Don't try to," laughed Jim, "but
there's something I'd like to say to
you, if I don't offend."
"What is that?" inquired Ada.
"Mr. Winslow. Young lady, he's
wearing his heart away thinking
about you. You see I know it. I just
give you the tip."
Ada blushed, more beautiful than
ever. Jim chuckled to himself as she
passed on, for, keen-witted fellow
that he was, he noted a new happi
ness in her bonny face.
Anita Stewart, beautiful Vitagraph
star, has a new bungalow at Bright
waters, L. I.
Pathe is to produce all of the stage
succeses of Al. H. Woods, famous
Marguerite Courtot is the envy of
all the girls, due to the gorgeous
gowns she uses in Kalem's "Ventures
H. O. Davis, formerly director gen
eral of the San Diego exposition, will
succeed Henry McRae as general
manager of the Universal studios on
the Pacific coast.
Now statistics have gone into the
movies ! Robt. W. Babson, noted sta
tistician, hopes to make "dry figures"
interesting with motion pictures for
the Paramount program.
Fox is to produce a real "million
doller" production. Director Bren
non is now at Jamaica where Fox's
new studio is under construction. He
is working rapidly on the mammoth
production which will require more
than six months to complete. An
nette Kellerman and William Shay
have leading roles in the big film that
promises to overshadow "The Birth
of a Nation," "Cabiria" or "Quo
Fads,", ; , .
SHE'LL HOLD EYES OF CAPITAL jS
SOCIETY SOON Jj
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MISS ANITA, KITE
You'd beter look at her now, for
after Jan. 1 she'll be the center of all
society's eyes in Washington. Her
name is Miss Anita Kite. She is the
daugher of Surgeon I. W. Kite,'
U. S. N., retired, and Mrs. Kite. She
is the season's prettiest bud and will
formally bloom in society the first of
The movie director who carries a
Is impressive to all, I know, -
And the movie actor with uncut ;
Is entitled to have it so!
The movie actress with stones on her
Can also "hook up" with an exclu
But we dodge from afar
The movie screen star
Who appears on the street with a
watch qn his wrist!
Some women trim their hats,
while others would rather "trim,"
their husbands, m ulailS.