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*** The report that Mr. CHARLES CHAPLIN had signed a contract to serve in the British Army at 1s.

Taking the view that a Corn Production Bill was intended to produce corn, Lord CHAPLIN made an effort to secure that the bounties should be paid in accordance with the crops harvested and not upon the acreage sown.

*** CHARLIE CHAPLIN says a gossip writer is coming to England in the Autumn.

Incidentally we notice that CHARLIE CHAPLIN has become a naturalised American, with, we presume, permission to use the rank of Honorary Britisher.

I know a very grave man whose days are spent in the most responsible work, who goes to see Charlie Chaplin once or twice every week, and laughs like a schoolboy all the time.

I think all solemn men ought to take sixpenny-worth of Charlie Chaplin occasionally.

Please do not remind us that Charlie Chaplin (or Charles Chaplin as he desires to be known) earns ยฃ130,000 a year by playing the fool in front of a camera, and that Wordsworth did not earn enough to keep himself in shoe-laces out of poetry which has become an immortal possession of humanity, and had to beg a noble nobody (the Earl of Lonsdale, I think) to get him a job as a stamp distributor to keep him in bread and butter.

Please do not remind us that Charlie Chaplin (or Charles Chaplin as he desires to be known) earns ยฃ130,000 a year by playing the fool in front of a camera, and that Wordsworth did not earn enough to keep himself in shoe-laces out of poetry which has become an immortal possession of humanity, and had to beg a noble nobody (the Earl of Lonsdale, I think) to get him a job as a stamp distributor to keep him in bread and butter.

He likewise mentions a Mr. Chaplin, of whom I never heard.

I am disposed to think Mr. Chaplin the best Indian for the situation.

I mentioned Mr. Chaplin.

Examined Mr. Chaplin, who gave a very good evidence.

It is not known why he did it, but we gather that CHARLIE CHAPLIN is now wondering whether he was wise, after all, in becoming a naturalised American.

Title: The Centralia Conspiracy Author: Ralph Chaplin Release Date: January 16, 2004 [eBook #10725] Language:

English Character set encoding: US-ASCII ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE CENTRALIA CONSPIRACY*** E-text prepared by Curtis A. Weyant The Centralia Conspiracy By Ralph Chaplin [Illustration: cover] A Tongue of Flame The martyr cannot be dishonored.

According to Astley, there were eight Franciscan friars besides the vicar, eight chaplains, and a chaplin-major; and that their orders were to begin with preaching, and in case that failed, to enforce the gospel by the sword.

And you have not fully satisfied our curiosity about Sir GEORGE ROBEY, Baronet, Lord LAUDER, Sir CHARLES CHAPLIN and other great Leaders of English Society.

Half an hour later when I left themwithout any strenuous protests on the part of eitherthey were deeply engrossed in a mutual discussion upon decorations, religion, the high cost of living, free verse, two-cent transfers, Charley Chaplin, aviation, ouija, and other equally safe topics.

Other articles deal with "The Psychology of the Pacifist," a trenchant exposure; "The Teeth of American Presidents," which contains a number of curious statistics; "The Film and the Future," by Viscount CHAPLIN; "The Honours List," in which the anonymous writer makes the revolutionary suggestion that the KING'S birthday should in future be marked by the withdrawal of old titles instead of the conferring of new.

It appears from The Boston Christian Science Monitor that Mr. CHARLIE CHAPLIN is about to join the Army on the side of the Allies.

I thought it would be impossible to induce the ladies to take Paris on their way; there I should have the choice between the accuracy and objectivism of Bonnat, the bold breadth of Carolus Duran, and the inimitable sweetness of Chaplin.

"'You look more like a Charlie Chaplin,' sez Rathbone.

CHAPLIN, Charles.

R56673, 4Jan50, Charles De Kay (A) THE PILGRIM, a photoplay in four reels, by Charles Chaplin.

R58660, 16Feb50, Charles Chaplin (A) THE PILGRIM, essays on religion, by T[errot] R[eavely] Glover.

R68462, 17Oct50, Margaret Echard (A) CHAPLIN, Charles.

R71854, 18Dec50, Charles Chaplin (PWH) WOMAN PROOF, a photoplay in eight reels By Famous Players-Lasky Corp. ยฉ 6Nov23, L19569.

TYLER, CHAPLIN. Chemical engineering economics.

Chaplin Tyler (A); 18Jan54; R124354.

Charlie Chaplin's parade.

CHAPLIN, CHARLES.

Charles Chaplin (A); 16Mar61; R272542-272546.

CHAPLIN, ELIZABETH T. A century and a half at the New York Bar.

Meyer & Elizabeth T. Chaplin (NK); 16Dec66; R399069.

Chaplin scores.

Charlie Chaplin.

Katherine Chapin (A); 13Sep68; R443668. CHAPLIN, CHARLES.

Charles Chaplin (A); 4Sep68; R443248.

CHAPLIN, W. W. Seventy thousand miles of war: being one man's odyssey on many fronts.

W. W. Chaplin (A); 5Apr71; R503338. CHAPMAN, ELIZABETH BOWIE. Which way ahead?

CHAPLIN, W. W. The fifty-two days; an NBC reporter's story of the battle that freed France.

W. W. Chaplin (A); 30Oct72; R538640.

By Dora P. Chaplin, with an introd.

Dora P. Chaplin (A); 8Jul75; R608129. R608141.

Chaplin, last of the clowns.

CHAPLIN, Charles.

R56673, 4Jan50, Charles De Kay (A) THE PILGRIM, a photoplay in four reels, by Charles Chaplin.

R58660, 16Feb50, Charles Chaplin (A) THE PILGRIM, essays on religion, by T[errot] R[eavely] Glover.

R68462, 17Oct50, Margaret Echard (A) CHAPLIN, Charles.

R71854, 18Dec50, Charles Chaplin (PWH) WOMAN PROOF, a photoplay in eight reels By Famous Players-Lasky Corp. ยฉ 6Nov23, L19569.

TYLER, CHAPLIN. Chemical engineering economics.

Chaplin Tyler (A); 18Jan54; R124354.

Charlie Chaplin's parade.

CHAPLIN, CHARLES.

Charles Chaplin (A); 16Mar61; R272542-272546.

CHAPLIN, ELIZABETH T. A century and a half at the New York Bar.

Meyer & Elizabeth T. Chaplin (NK); 16Dec66; R399069.

Chaplin scores.

Charlie Chaplin.

Katherine Chapin (A); 13Sep68; R443668. CHAPLIN, CHARLES.

Charles Chaplin (A); 4Sep68; R443248.

CHAPLIN, W. W. Seventy thousand miles of war: being one man's odyssey on many fronts.

W. W. Chaplin (A); 5Apr71; R503338. CHAPMAN, ELIZABETH BOWIE. Which way ahead?

CHAPLIN, W. W. The fifty-two days; an NBC reporter's story of the battle that freed France.

W. W. Chaplin (A); 30Oct72; R538640.

By Dora P. Chaplin, with an introd.

Dora P. Chaplin (A); 8Jul75; R608129. R608141.

Chaplin, last of the clowns.

*** Charlie Chaplin, says a message from Chicago, has not joined the U.S. Army.

Pupil of Chaplin, Henner, and Carolus-Duran.

Pupil of Chaplin.

Pupil of A. Chaplin.

Pupil of Chaplin in Paris; also studied with Alfred Stevens.

Pupil of an aunt, who was a miniaturist, and later of Chaplin.

Pupil of the Slade School and Royal Academy in London, and of M. Charles Chaplin in Paris in his studio.

In the meantime Miss Jex-Blake had applied to Edinburgh University for medical education, but had been refused on the score that it was impossible to make such alterations "in the interests of one lady." Mrs Thorne, Miss Chaplin, Miss Pechey, and Mrs de Lacy Evans then decided to join Miss Jex-Blake, thus making five instead of one.

But while nothing in this world would persuade us that a great friend of Mr. Forbes Robertson, let us say, would experience no surprise or discomfort at seeing him enter the room in the bodily form of Mr. Chaplin, there is a confusion constantly made between being attracted by exterior, which is natural and universal, and being attracted by what is called physical beauty, which is not entirely natural and not in the least universal.