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YOUNG PLAYER MAKES PARTS SAD AND GLAD
There is no age limit when it comes
Edna May Hamel, actress, is stand
ing proof of this, for she is just a few
summers in age. Yet she has won a
great following of devoted "movie"
fans who know and appreciate her
ability to create and to interpret char
acters on the screen,
Edna May has so many "movie"
studies to her credit that she can
hardly name them all, unless she puts
on her thinking cap and borrows pen
cil and paper.
She has been with the Edison play-
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ers long enough to become one of the
steady regulars upon whom the direc
tors may call at any time and find her
Sometimes she plays fairy tale
leads and sometimes she plays pa
thetic parts. Sometimes she is almost
angelically good and sometimes she
has a "real ornery" temperament.
But whatever she plays she plays
FAVOR PROSECUTING SIEGEL
New York, April 17. Banks which
lost money in the crash of the enter
prises of Henry Siegel and Frank E.
Vogel are not endeavoring to effect
settlements and strongly favor prose
cuting merchant-bankers to the limit
The heads of three big banks whose
losses amounted to $600,000 called
on Dis't Atfy Whitman and explained