tOGRAVURE SECTION—FEBRUARY 4, 1923.
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At the height of his jump. Stopped by the camera, the ski jumper at An American actress, Dorothy Ward, who \ from Bryn Mawr / jFr
„ Montreal seems hanging in the air like a bird in flight. * s making a hit on the London stage in “Moth- \ for the first game. / 1*
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_ Fashion note: Buckets are being worn in the damper
1 fish .B** ' <v •' England. During the recent flood in the vicinity of Walton this
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•“ Prince Leopold, heir to the Belgian throne, who has been serving in the I
w uv Belgian army as a sergeant, receiving his commission as an officer of the ±M. f 1
Work of a Washington artist. Mrs. George Oakley Totten. jr„ which is now on j i j i
exhibition in the annual show of the Archtectural League of New York. The fig- ' I r A I ■ . M \
ures. “The Princess and the Swineherd." are from a Swedish fairy tale. ■ \ j jflL
Glamis Castle, mentioned in “Macbeth,” at Forfarshire, Catherine C. Critcher. noted for her Indian paintings, who has just returned to Miss Phyllis Clarke and Victor Sylvester, who captured the
/ the wedding of the Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Washington from a tour of the Indian reservations. Photo taken in her studio. world championship dancing title at a contest held in Queen’s Hall,
Bowes-Lyon may take place. The castle is one of the oldest and most famous l, '"’"“ ''" London, recently.
in Great Britain. ' Vi,l, ‘ w.iri.i riwio.
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