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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 15, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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WHO?
She is Camille Astor, photodrama
star, professional dancer and direc
tor. She is a graduate of the Impe
rial opera house in Warsaw. Being
of Polish descent, Miss Astor fre
quently interprets for Lasky direc
tors when foreigners have to be dealt
with and actsvas authority on cos-1 as a "brakie."
JUNE BRIDE MUST HAVESPORTS SUIT IN HER
BRIDAL OUTFIT
tumes and details of stage settings
for French, Russian and German
productions. She will be remem
bered as "De Duchess" in the Victor
Moore vChimmie Faddeh" pictures.
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MOVIE GOSSIP
Photographs of Anita Stewart sold
for $5 each at a recent benefit in New
York for the Actors Fund..
Naomi Childers, Vitagraph star,
recently announced her engagement
to the manager of a candy factory.
Frank payton, who acted the part
of Mary. Page's father in the 15-epi-sode
serial, had to wear his hair shag
gy and long. For 15 weeks Ire was
compelled to go without a hair cut.
He looked like an old-time scout
when the directors permitted him to
visit a barber shop.
A tinsmith engaged in removing a
copper roof from a lighthouse at Ft.
Augusta, Jamaica, used in the million-dollar
Annette Kellerman picture
by Fox, fell from the top to the sea
and was killed. Miss Kellerman dived
-from the top of the lighthouse dur
ing tire filming of the big play.
Henry B. Walthall has proved that
he hasn't forgotten how to railroad.
Years ago he did duty as a brakeman
down south and found, that his ex
perience came ia handy in filming an
enisode of "The Strange Case of
Mary Page." In the picture he takes
a whole train of freight cars around
a curve and generally proves ability
BY BETTY BROWN
The June bride may never see a
tennis court, or sunburn her nose
on golf linksbut there must be one
sports suit in her bridal outfit. -The
sports suit that last summer was a
novelty, almost a freak, is this sum
mer an indispensable part of every
well dressed woman's wardrobe.
That the bride's sports suit will
have a special charm you may
gather from the June bride- pictured
here in saucy sports suit of lustrous
taffeta.
It is simple, with -no trimming ex
cept the up alid down arrangement
of the stripes of Chinese blue and
yellow. To complete the outfit a
sailer of yellow straw 'faced with
blue is added.

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