floppy sports hat for Miss Sixteen Is
the smartest as well as the sauciest
sports hat Dame Fashion has brought
forth this season. It's a cotton fabric
in white faced with apple green and
a bright green apple trims it.
the hermit life of the island to wear
out his longing love, sat in front of
his little hut one bright morning
when Helena appeared.
She spoke not a word at the first
She clasped his hand, she sank to her
knees and kissed it He was might
ily moved, but he was -mute.
Then she sobbed out her sorrow,
her gratitude, and, too, her humilia
tion. She was free from her prom
ise to the poltron who had shrank
from saving her at the cost of his
own discomfiture and peril.
"Oh, don't you understand!" she
cried "don't you understand!" and
she lifted her pleading eyes to his
own. And the light shone in upon
his soul at last, for in their glowing
depths Rodney Preston read the fer
vor of an undying love.
SPORTS HATS GROW SAUCIER
By Betty Brown.
It flops right down in her eyes like
an "Old Salt's" Sou-wester, but this
There's a rakish line to this jaunty
little sports hat just the line that's
most becoming to youthful faces
j'ust the hat that's most becoming to
girls who effect the straight-lined
sports coat This particular model
won heaps of praise at the recent
Fashion Art League of America fa
shion show. It is yellow straw, faced
in white braid with a white and yel
low braid trimming.
o o ,
Mae Murray and Wallace Reid are
stars in a new play, "To Have atfd To
Hold," conceded by critics to be one
of the best films of the year.
Harry Keenan and Leona Hutton,
former Ince players, are cast with
William Russell in "The Secret Mat
ing," on the Mutual program.
L. J. Gasnier, former manager of
Pathe, has organized a Hew produc
ing company, the Astra Film Corp.,
releasing on Pathe's program.
Florence Reed appears to advan
tage in a new Pathe release, "The
Woman's Law," a film version of a
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