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gavotte of a century ago and was first popularized by the famous Russian
dancer, Anna Pavlowa. It is danced to strict "gavotte time," the most
popular piece being "The Glowworm." The dance involves a "flirtation
figure," the stately curtsies of the old minuet and calls for rnufihcleverness
in balancing which makes it practicable only to advanced dancers. It is
now used chiefly for exhibition purposes.
MARY FULLER MAKES A HIT IN
MARY FULLER IN "hYLAdV
fll&H AND MIGHTY,"
gREEL VICTOR FEATURE.
Mary Fuller, the lovable Imp-TJni-persal
star, has never appeared on
the screen to better advantage than
In "My Lady High and Mighty," a
two-rael light comedy drama. The
role, that of a spoiled and petted
madcap, gives Miss Puller ample op
portunity to display her amazing ver
satility and talent How well she has
done in it is evidenced by the fact
that Miss Fuller considers this fea
ture pne of the very best she has ever
Lady Mary, madcap daughter of
the Earl of Dreadwood,wants a cave
man, and not a man who will fawn
over her, etc. Accordingly she re
fuses Sir Harvey, a well-to-do noble
man, who is deeply in love with her.
Sir Harvey, disappointed, goes to a
lonely isle with his dogs to forget his
In the meantime an old usurer who
holds a mortgage on the Earl of
Dreadwood threatens to foreclose un
less he gives his consent to the usur
er marrying Lady Mary. The earl
When Lady Mary is approached
she flies into a rage and throws a cup
of hot tea into the old suitor's face.
Then she flees to the isle where Sir
Harvey is camping with his dogs.
Sir Harvey discovers her and deter
mines to play the cave man.
Accordingly he handles Mary
roughly, forces her to wash his
clothes and his dogs and do other
heavy work, much to the surprise of
Mary. At the end of the day Mary
realized that caveman love is not the
Meanwhile the earl discovers that
his daughter has gone to the island
and goes' there to kill Sir Harvey,
whom he suspects of designs upon
his daughter. When he arrives there
Mary shows her mother's wedding
ring and says that she has married
Sir Harvey. The earl leaves, and
later the lovers are married, Mary
promising to 'love, honor and obey,"
Wife You say you can't kee'p a
job? The trouble is that you are not
fired with enthusiasm. v
Hubby Well, I was this time. It
was the most enthusiastic thing I
ever saw the boss do !
The manner in which Germany,
France and England are operating .
the business of entire nations might
be construed into proof that govern
ment ownership is successful, if any
one dared raise the question at thfo