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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 20, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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OLD LADY" AMERICANS
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Clara Williams is the leading lady
In Kay-Bee, Bronko and Domino pic
tures and is very well known because
of her clever impersonations.
Her ability to impersonate' may be
remembered in the picture called
"Judgment,'1 where she began by
taking the part of a little girl and in
the last scene took the part of a
sweet old lady very successfully.
Imagine a happy, carefree school
girl, with a lot of intelligence and a
pretty face and you will have a good
idea of Miss, Williams. She is a Span
ish type of girl with large, dark eyes
and a most charming personality.
She is 24 years old and doesnt care
who knows it.
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Clerks. in, .the. stores In Mexico
smoke while waiting on customers.
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Washington, D. C. Because Coun
tess Pourtalos, daughter of the Ger
man ambassador at Washington,
Count von Bernstorff, has frequently
visited in America, American women
visiting in-Berlin are always welcome
at her home. .
The countess recently entertained
Miss Julia von" L. Meyer, daughter of
the former secertary of the navy, and
presented her to many of the most
exclusive families' in the German cap-itaL
By the death of Harriet. Quirnby,
the only professional airwoman in
United States.now-IsMiss Blanche S,
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