A solid, substantial, dependable professional trimmer that is in every way worthy of its name.

The Eastman Trimmer is made entirely of metal and in this respect is an innovation. It will not warp or shrink and, as a consequence, will always cut true. The bed is a solid piece of reinforced metal with black enameled surface ruled with white lines in half inch squares. This feature is very convenient in squaring the print as it is being trimmed.

The bed is square, which will also be found a convenience in trimming prints of large size. The rule is made of brass and is absolutely accurate. The blade is of ground steel and the bed is fitted with a spring actuated transparent trimming gauge which may be instantly removed by releasing the spring. The legs have rubber tips to prevent marring the table or bench on which the trimmer is placed.

Handsome in appearance - strong and substantial - the Eastman Trimmer will measure up to your idea of what a real professional trimmer should be.

The Eastman Trimmer is made in three sizes - No. 10, 10 inch, $5.00; No. 15, 15 inch, $8.00; and No. 20, 20 inch, $12.00. Order one from your dealer.

Eastman Film Developing Box

The simplest way of developing Eastman Portrait Films is by the tank method, using Film Developing Holders. For this purpose we are now furnishing the Eastman Film Developing Box. It is made of hard rubber, is neat and durable, and will accommodate twelve 5x7 holders placed crosswise of the box, or eight 8 x 10 holders placed lengthwise of the box.

The box is light in weight and occupies the smallest possible amount of space, making a film developing tank that is not only convenient but that will last a lifetime.

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By Sweet Studio

L. D. Sweet, Proprietor

Minneapolis, Minn.

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Eastman Film Developing Box

The Eastman Film Developing Holders, Loading Fixture and Developing Box make it unnecessary to touch the surface of the films during the entire process.

The Film Developing Holder is placed in the Loading Fixture, the film is slipped into a groove, the Loading Fixture is opened and the film is then grasped automatically by metal clips at the four corners. The film remains in the holder during developing, fixing, washing and drying, making all handling operations extremely simple.

The price of the Eastman Film Developing Box is $5.00.

Illustrated Eastman Portrait Film Booklet at your dealer's, or we will mail you one on request.

BE HAPPY

In the joy of living we often forget the unfortunate - we become, in a measure, selfish, and to that degree we starve those very instincts that make for our own happiness.

The greatest happiness in this world is in making others happy. This was Papa Cramer's formula - and it always produced results. The more misery he found, the more generously he gave of his earthly goods, and it was always with a full measure of kindness and unselfish human interest that always gave him as much happiness as he gave to others.

Papa Cramer could wish for no greater honor than a perpetually endowed kindness in his memory. This was the idea of the committee that planned the Cramer Memorial and decided upon a permanent endowment for a room in a hospital, preferably in St. Louis.

Photographers would have the first claim upon the Cramer Memorial Room, but to make it characteristic of Papa Cramer, it would never be allowed to stand idle.

Don't you want to do your part towards making this the tribute of the photographic profession to one of its great men?

May 20th, Papa Cramer's birthday, has been decided upon as Cramer Memorial Day. A great many photographers have pledged themselves to give a check for a sum equal to the orders booked in their studios on that day, the check to be mailed to E. B. Core, Sec'y-Treas., 76 Landscape Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Mail your pledge to this effect to-day and so be happy in the knowledge of having a part in a big human kindness that could not be but for this effort on the part of yourself and other photographers.

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By Sweet Studio

L. D. Sweet, Proprietor

Minneapolis, Minn.

Minneapolis has grown so rapidly that some of the old mansions, once in the heart of the residence district, have survived their neighbors only to be surrounded by the more prosaic business buildings of an enterprising city. But they soften the harsh lines of commercial architecture and their green lawns, graceful pergolas and the bright colors of their flower gardens add to the beauty of the city.

It was one of these old mansions that was converted into the Sweet Studio, and it has lost none of its charm in the process of alteration. Mr. Sweet is fond of outdoor life and likes the diversion of landscape photography, beautiful example of which is shown on page 13.

He takes especial pride in the care of his flowers, keeps a couple of fine dogs and spends much of his spare time, and entertains his friends, at his cabin. This is in the heart of an excellent hunting and fishing country about thirty miles from the city. Just the life many of us would like to live, but we are not all of us so fortunately situated.

The studio is convenient to both the business and residence sections of the city, so the location is ideal. The reputation of the Sweet Studio has been built upon a very high standard of work, and this has earned for Mr. Sweet a liberal share of the patronage of the best people of Minneapolis.

Our illustrations are from Artura prints, this being the paper that is used exclusively for the excellent portraits that have made Mr. Sweet so well known.

And while we admire the man and his work, we cannot refrain from also paying a tribute to his ability as a host. Those who have had the good fortune to be entertained at the Sweet Studio will long remember the genuine spirit of hospitality that is extended the visitor.For every occasion where you must contend with halation use

Eastman Portrait Films

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Minneapolis, Minn.

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