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MOVIE WORLD NEW FIELD FOR WOMEN
BY GERTRUDE M. PRICE.
There never was a day when all the
feminine folks of "worlddom" could
turn time and thought into money as
they can now! --.
The mental marketplace of the'na
tions has been thrown open to the
woman with wares to sell. Her origi
nality and her perseverance and her
brains are coming to be recognized
on the same plane as man's.
And there's nowhere thaf you can
find this happy new equality of orig
inality and ability as in the wonderful
HANDSOME GUV WEARS GOOD
CLOTHES AND MAKES A HIT
There are few men who play fash
ionable youths, hero roles and gen
tlemen of leisure with more ease than
good-looking Guy Coombs, a Kalem
But it is as a lover that he 'seems
to have impressed himself most upon
the girls who go to the moving pic
He is rather tall, rather slender
and just a trifle languid looking. He,
wears clothes with an air and seems
to have the niceties of drawing-room I
oenavior aown to a aou
field which the moving picture has
The "movie" world is the great;
new woman's field !
It is bubbling over with novel op- v
portunities for pretty girls, active
girls, persevering girls, blonde girls,
brunette girls, short girls and tall
girls, athletic girls and studious girls.
There are a hundred and one
things a girl can do in the "movies."
She may be one of scores of the
sad or merry maids whose bright
faces are mirrored on the screen.
She may be one of the competent
girls in the big factory of the large
moving picture plant, busily match
ing and testing the thousands of
yards of film.
She may be an adept in the art of
costume, and find a place in the busy
wardrobe room which must be ready
to supply any style of dress of any
period at notice.
Or she may be the clever "brains"
of the story of the film itself! And in
this department there seems to be no
end to the needs. This is the place
where. originality, spelled with a big
"t" and underlined, wins big favors
and a ready pay check.
"Something 'new, something new;"
is the constant cry of the moving
. picture producers, some of whom are
expected to finish three pictures a
There is no limit to the number of
scenarios needed, it seems. There
fore, there is no limit to the number
of girls who may try their hands at
this new avocation. "Y
Rusty irons should be heated, rub
bed on a-piece of beeswax tied in
linen, and then with a coarse flannel
cloth sprinkled with household salt.
Th will give a polish like glass.
JVIany women from all over the
world will attend the International
Council of Women to be held in
RomeItaly, from May 5 to May 14.