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W. R. Brown, chief taxidermist of the Smithsonian, at work on a model of a lion at the lion house of Washington's Zoo.
The model is to be used in preparing a lion skin for the Roosevelt collection. National 1'hotu. Mrs. Lydig Hoyt, prominent New York society woman who will star in a new drama now in preparation. Mrs. Hoyt entered the photoplay field several months ago, and her success resulted in a decision to combine screen and stage work. OUnderwood & Underwood. I Ralph Robertson (at left) as Macbeth and Matthew Ruddy as Lady Macbeth in recent production of "Macbeth" by students of Gonzaga. Both are well known in their particular vocations, but the latter are almost as far apart as the two poles. When Jackie Coogan, better known as "The Kid," visited Ignace Paderew ski, famous pianist, at his home in Pasco Roblas, Calif., they posed for the camera man. Wide World Photo. A basque waist and bouffant skirt are the principal features of this new evening gown. The neck is trim med with velvet ribbon of sapphire blue, the same material also bordering the skirt. A cluster of velvet flowers falls from the girdle. ;r)l*ndi*r\vtXMl & rihUtwimmJ. Miss Marion Irwin of the ex ecutive committee of the Woman's Peace Association of Japan and Mme. Hideko Inouyo, chairman of the association, in Washington for the purpose of bringing about bet ter understanding between the women of Japan and this country. Miss Irwin is a descendant of Benjamin Franklin. National Photo. Miss Mildred de Hart, a Washing ton contralto who has gained recog nition through her recent work. Au thorities in the musical world predict a brilliant future for the singer. ?Underwood & Uiiderwoud. The Ruotolo bust of Enrico Caruso, which was unveiled and presented to the great tenor's widow at concert in Metropolitan Opera House last Sunday. The sculptor stands beside the pedestal. ?it:i??? ?. .?-<? Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain bids farewell to Spanish aviator starting on his flight to aid the royal troops of Spain on battlefront in Morocco. The queen presented the aviator with a bouquet. Wide >V<?rld