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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 15, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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It is the apron middy, a traveling
or utility frock, which is juvenile,
convenient, durable, practical, novel
and altogether another perfect Mrs.
Castle creation.
Her visit to London was" to. meet
her husband, Vernon Castle, former
ly premier dancer, now an aviator
who has been decorated with the
Croix de Guerre.
Why do restaurants keep up the
nretense of serving butter?
In the first place the stuff they
serve would be an insult to any self
respecting creamery; and in the sec
ond place they don's serve enough
of it to make worth while chasing
with a knife.
A pat of restaurant butter these
days is about as big as a germ and
almost as visible. It is so small, in
fact, that it can stand in the middle
of its chip and be a day's journey
from the edge in any direction.
There was a time when restaurant
butter covered a multitude of bread.
o o
Clara Kimball Young is the only
actress in captivity who finds it ne
cessary to use the art of make-up
with reverse English. Her eyes are
so large that she has to make them
up to appear smaller than they- really
are. Otherwise the effect on the
screen is too startling.
Max Linder is very fond of ice
skating. Although he brought forty
six trunks of clothes with him from
Paris, not to mention numerous port
manteaux, hampers and hat boxes,
he neglected to bring along his
skates. The Essanay comedian's
feet are so small he could find no
skates in Chicago to fit him. Max is
now watching the others disporting
themselves across the ice while a
slow manufacturer is putting out a
diminitive pair of skates for him.
The superintendent of the ranch at
Universal City, where the western
pictures are made, announces the ad
dition of four baby-goats to the rapidly-increasing
herd, which now
numbers 98. He says that the high
cost of feeding them doesn't worry
him at all, for they eat the construc
tion stuff that is used by the tech
nical department, and the expense
therefore, eorues under another head
Bill Hauber, who does many dare
devil stunts for Foxfilm comedies,
possesses something more precious
than a gold tooth. It is a silver back"
not a green back. Mr. Hauber was
once injured in taking a severe fall
for a comedy with another company,
and it was found necessary to re
construct his backbone with' silver
"I've found it at last," announced
Charlie Arling to Martin Kinney, both
of whom play in Foxfilm comedies.
"Your hair reminds me" of a Hula
Hula costume."

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