BELGIUM: Did Not Lie

When Pauline Frederick, U. S. cinemactress, was "recalled" to the U. S. last week and her place in the Edith Cavell film, now being "shot" in Belgium, was given to Sybil Thorndyke, English actress, a mighty hullabaloo went up on all sides—but it was all about Edith Cavell, the British nurse that the Germans shot as a spy on Oct. 12, 1915, not about Pauline Frederick.

The Germans became vociferous once again in protesting against the film being made, their contention being that it would merely serve to cause bad feeling between...

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