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bETS THE STYLE BUT "WONT
RUSH THE SEASON
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Washington. The United States
Senate has received official notice
that summer has arrived. Senator
James Kr Vardaman of Mississippi
has donned his white flannels,
'iuougn he always sets the summer
styles for his colleagues, the Missis
sippi statesman does not believe in
rushing the season, and his Bryan-
esque felt hat and his flowing black.
mane still are-retained, in defiance
of heat waves.
RED-HAIRED BEAUTY IS CALLED
"FIFTH AV." GIRL OF MOVIES
Anna Luther is called the "Fifth
avenue" girl of the silent drama. She
is peculiarly the type which that
name seems to describe tall, lis
some, with golden red hair arid a
startlingly clear complexion. Her
manner, speech and dress all suggest
the fashionable New York thorough
A director saw Miss Luther's pho
tograph in a studio and immediately
asked that she. come in to see him.
He engaged her at once and she has
been playing in the movies nearly
ever since. She is with the Lubin
Company at St. Augustine, Fla.
Among the eggs that are not fresh
is one that is at least 1,800 years old.
It was found' recently in the tomb- of
a child in Egypt, whose name was
Sextius Rufus, at Nikbpolis.