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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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came here and I did not know he
was to come. Now, will you believe?"
The little gentleman sat up in bed
and drew her to him.
"What is all this about, Edith?"
he asked wonderinly. "Do you know
the doctors say I am cured, that I
am to get up tomorrowand shall be
straight as any man for the rest of
my life?"
Edith Carstairs collapsed across
the bed in a dead faint. The little
gentleman, still holding her in his
strong arms, looked anxiously into
her white face. He was not thinking
of Nurse Rensham then ; and she was
sobbing her heart out in her own
room, alone.
MOVIE GOSSIP
Ethel Crawford, Essanay's New
York stenographer, has been selected
by Clarence P. Underwood, the artist,
to pose for a series of magazine
covers.
Vilagraph's "Thirteenth Girl," fea
turing Arline Pretty as a scantly clad
model in a fashionable modiste shop,
has been passed by the censors.
Henry Walthall, photoplay actor,
who made history with his work in
"The Clansman" and "The Raven,"
is being starred with Edna Mayo in
Essanay's new series, "The Strange
Case of Mary Page." The fifteen epi
sodes of the series will be run in story
form in a number of leading maga
zines and newspapers.
George Bronson Howard, promi
nent American novelist, has written a
series, "The Love Pirates," to be pro
duced by Kalem.
Marin Sais and Ollie Kirkby will
play the double leads in Kalem's
series, "The Love Pirates."
DAME INDUSTRIOUS AIDS BETTY
HARTE IN LIFE WORK
The most wonderful fairy in the
world is Dame Industrious, who puts
energy and activity into the brains
and bones of her favorite god-children.
Endowed with an alert mind and
a natural tendency to "dig." any
one should succeed and grow fam
ous. Betty Harte, known to legions in
the movie world, utters this philos
ophy of life as her doctrine of suc
cess. She has played between 400 and
500 parts and has traveled 50,000
miles.
"The more you travel, the more
Betty Harte.
you see, the more you learn, the
better your chance of interpreting
even the smallest role correctly,"
says Betty.
She is now in Southern California
starring with the David Horsley Co.
in features -
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