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SUFFRAGET HAS A NEW WAY TO ATTRACT
MORE ATTENTION TO "CAUSE"
New York. White Charles Sey
mour Whitman, New York's fearless
young district attorney, is prosecut
ing police grafters and city treasury
"boodlers," Mrs. Whitman is equally
active as a leader of the suffrage
forces. When the suffragists gave a
ball recently Mrs. Whitman stood
guardian by a big Saltation Army
kettle and sold tickets. With a drum
stick she attracted attention to the
kettle ino -which the price of the tick
ets was dropped.
IN THE MOVIES
By Fred Schaefer.
Suffragettes are now always allow
ed to gain their point; but it has to
The appearance of a child on the
screen portends that it is going to
bring two people together.
When lovers are finally united and
there is nothing more to thwart them,
they walk slowly to a window and
look blissfully out.
When a woman is required to de
cide between seven or eight admir
ers, it's a comedy.
An actor or actress rehearsing lines
is never free, from being overheard
and suspected of taking part in a real
A bridegroom starting out on his
way to the altar finds a million pit
falls dug for him, and never arrives
exactly on time.
A comic lover about to propose is
bound by a law dating back to the
Medes and the Persians to repair to
a barroom and copiously reinforce his
courage for the ordeal. This adds a
delicately humorous touch to a comedy.