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The Seven Brides
of John Murray Anderson's new revusical show "WHAT'S IN A NAME?" I'hotoK by CampbcM Studios Juliette Compton as the MEDIEVAL BRIDE. The elaborate headdress is of silver cloth embroidered in pearls, and the train of the simple gown of .white velvet is over eight yards in length. Mary Lane as the ELIZABETHAN BRIDE wears a wonderfully uphol? stered gown of white velvet and satin trimmed with seed pearls, diamant and ermine. The headdress is of pearls, with a fan collar of Point lac?? outlined with brilliants. Corone Paynter as the 1870 BRIDE. The material of this quaint and volu? minous bridal costume is of heavy Ot? toman silk with ruffles of Duchesse lace and is trimmed with white satin ribbon. Helen Lee WotthiriK? famous beautv of the silver screen, as the LOUIS XVI BRIDE, wears an elaborate (town of silver tulle and silver lace, with bandings of silver cord and ribbons. The corsage and gown decorations are of blush pink roses applied with pale blue chenille embroid? eries. Ollie La Vaine as the GIBSON GIRL BRIDE of 1890. The material in this bridal gown of thirty years ago is ivory satin trimmed with Duchesse lace flounces. The lady with the volumi? nous haircloth lined sleeves carries a gorgeous bridal bouquet of lilies-of the-valley. Left?Arjamand as the 1930 BRIDE. A glimpse into the future. The transparent skirt is made of flounces at? tached to a gray-green chif? fon yoke. The bodice is a cuirass design trimmed with silver lace and brocade. _4 7 1 Virginia Lee as the EMPIRE BRIDE. The material in the Direc? toire bridal gown is of white satin and surpris? ingly simple in design. Silver embroideries trim both gown and veil. Miss Lee, with her accompanying stunning group of bridesmaids, is one of the play's most attractive pictures.