Picture-Play Magazine (Mar-Aug 1926)

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122 Advertising Section Q 1 [IIIIIIIUH She Walked in and Asked Him to Marry Her A beautiful girl, a stranger to young Dan Chadwick, came one day to his boarding house with an offer of a $25,000 job. She told him that it involved dangers, and that the condition of accepting it meant that he would have to marry her. With such a breathless start one of the finest modern love stories gets under way, and it keeps that pace to the smashing finish. There isn't a dull page in Wanda of the White Sage By ROY ULRICH There is love and romance and adventure painted against a colorful background of the white-sage country of the West. You feel the sweep and majesty of that country from the time that Dan Chadwick accepts the strange position with all of its conditions. Get away from the drabness of everyday life. Go to your dealer to-day, take home a copy of " Wanda of the White Sage" and treat yourself to a real vacation. This is a Chelsea House publication with the famous "CH" brand on its jacket. That is the sign of good reading for you. 75 Cents HELSEA HOUSE 75 Cents 79-89 SEVENTH AVE-. NEW YORK CITY i^imiliiniii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ i