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beginning? That's all. You can take '
him away as fast as you like."
Etta La Monte pulled the old wom
an out of the room.
"Etta," she "wailed, "you didn't tell
them that we've lost two thousand
dollars, every cent we had, in them
"Ah, what's the use, ma? He
wouldn't understand, nor pay up,
Perhaps the girl's revenge on Lucia
Germaine was worth that much to
her. For one can always dance for
a living, but one cannot not always
get back one's self-esteem.
Lois Meredith is featured in Pa
the's "The Precious Packet," pro
duced by Donald MacKenzie.
Mary Miles Minter has a pet tur
key, which appeared with her in
"Dimples," a Metro feature.
Tom Ince has added 31 acres to his
Culver City studio tract and intends
to erect a "regular" movie colony
Marguerite Clayton, who stars in
Essanay's "Vultures of Society," has
just purchased a Russian wolfhound.
It's now the "beauty and the beast"
at the Chicago studio.
Virginia Hammond, Frohman star,,
has joined the films and will make her
debut in Essanay's "Discard." Miss
Hammond was leading lady for E. H.
Sothern for a number of years.
THIS IS SO SIMPLE AYE, AND
By Betty Brown
A frock may be practical, even
sensible, and yet have style. That's
the fashion-gospel of Mme. Alia Rip
ley, whose simplest gowns are mark
ed by a grace of line that suggests
a Paris origin.
To show you well she succeeds in
combining simplicity with smart
ness, I "snapped" this little Ripley
raannikin the other day all dressed
up in a gown of gray taffeta and blue
serge trimmed with steel buttons. It's
simple and it's the very last word