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ttrUh5 "nUru7n Allen
fort?nJ, And tho person whoso duty
Baffin knew U. He he.i .0
Some""' -- - u Hewntciiei uio
i. Pelton knew 11 iillrni vi-lv
Mures tvitii n '" , , ..I,.!, iinWB. nnd
, found flvs ".c"i ;,, ,- rvlton's
fiS !; -re
toous ""-J ,t,'cv once Imd been.
farinf enrd f , tbafa what's
sIn. minted I oM Jnrvts. "Con
maMervCl can't mnko love tllco
ne nnu Alfrcji i .. i ltln
wet nnd .vurcn, i Jhcm ft ,,u,0
cy mnk'e good, nud then-" ,
nr to mflKc g" , . Tile M
en for ,wr"-. (iic n vlc nudienccrt
Pi ot0wC0, ,'lcrfnl lore-niiiklnn of Con
1,1(5 Alfred. No'.. "wording
"old Ja vl . people were 'known to
.h when he couple cot Into notion.
Ka It wna Allen's fau.t. of couwe.
L... ih? director, nnd when nny
,1 no convincing lift was to
rCtmhe,Dcouldn't- underhand It.
heart-throbbJnB scenes worn so hut
ft wcro pathetic. He ant upnev
ffihte searching lita rl bn. in
Itho solution, nnd t laft he hit
Slnddrnlr came to Allen that the
Ja of the trouble was love regular
'not tho screen variety. He ww
1 vo with tho feminine star, nnd the
. scenes wer spnthetic because tho
tw just couldn't bring himself to
! tho participants as ho should,
n tlng frequently calls for a deal of
. tint through megaphones nnd
! tog and cojollnc. and Allen was
i n impossible to b. earnest ,
g Aliren riuriui,o w .
)V9 to uonsiunc.
was gall nnd wormwood to tlieiU-
to hare tnoso two wu i i-.j
t,h utter endcarinc terms, nnd
ifraee and evon kiss, it sccmru im
ikcry of a thing divine. Al en wn
it sing why ho hnd made n failure of
" ,wn attempt to become tin actor. lie
aftr couldn't pretend ; he hnd to hnvn
iBeart in whntovcr he was doing, nnd
it was why the Pelton pictures were
Jr. Ho hsd lost heart in tho lovo
iklng of Constance nnd Alfred.
rt only once ho could get n chnnce
, ipenk hli mind to Constance. But
Ihls associations with her were on n
aineBS basis. He could stand on the
Klines and direct her In her love
ali'ng. but there was no opportunity
rTpcsk in his own behalf. She enme
tlio studio in her motorcar just in
use for a scene to be snapped, nnd h ho
ii gone ni soon ns her duties of the
m cre done. ,
the afternoon, when n dlstrcnsincly
Mt love recne hnd been filmed, Ai
red Eldrldgo nproached Allen nnd said :
"Venford, something has got to be
frae. Our pictures arc rotten, and we
iowit, and jou know It and whnt )
lore, old man Tclton knows It. Mny
e I'm at fault, perhaps it's Miss Mor
, but I'm afraid it's you. The two
ni did nil right as long as wo had
he proper kind of directing, but we're
itt without it. Wo enn't get pep into
scene unless you get pep into your
irectlng. 511 5Iorton nnd I nro los
if our reputntion ns actors nnd you're
dag jours as a director. First thing
e know we'll he down and out ; nnd
bo will want to hire a trio of has
tens?" Mils Morton wns getting ready to
tpart In her car, but Alfred called to
n snd she approached.
"Miss .Morton," he snid. "we were
at discussing the poor showing we
eve been mnking of late. I thought
was time n remedy was found, and
ipoko to 5Ir. Wenford. The three
(us havo worked together so well that
eeems n shame w can't put it across
HP. Tlllt KninittMnir'a rrnt in kn ilnnn '
LX HIIU --- - -- III...
"We're nil at fault, I think," snid
onatancc. "I can't seem to get en
.miasm into my acting any more, for
Right from the farm
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"Hint's the wny with me," nodded
Alfred, "nnd to be frnnk, I think the
troublo is with 5Ir. Wcnford's direct-,
Allen realized tho nctor hnd hit the
truth, but ho iwns not ozactly pleased
at tho other's nttltudc.
"Perhnps you' could do it better," he
This remark did not nquolch Alfred.
"I wouldn't be surprised if I could,"
said the nctor, unabashed. "To tell
the truth, I am nick of the acting end
of the gnmo nnd would like to bo n
director. I hnve hnd nsplrntlono that
way for soino time, nnd I would wel
come n chance nt it. If you could got
somo one to take my place in the
"Hut that would deprive Mr. Wen
ford of his Job." protested Constance,
"nnd that would hardly bo fair."
"Yen it would," spoke up Allen.
"I'm to blnme for tho fizzles lately,
nnd I own up to It. Thoro's no reason
nil three of us should lose our Jobs,
Just because one of us has fallen down.
I'll resign ns director tonight nnd Mr.
Eldrldgc can take n whirl nt it. The
pcoplo will miss his face In the films,
but you'll still be there, 5Ilss Morton,
nnd if some ono enn be found who can
mako lovo renllstlcally tho situation
will bo Improved. Another way out
would bo to find nn entirely new
"That would never do," objected
Alfred. "Ho would not bo nblo to direct
ua nu you have, because ho would have
IiIh own Ideas nbout how the thing
should bo done. Wo lmvo been success
ful, 5Ir. Wcnford, because of your pe
culiar kind of coaching, nnd I havo been
subjected to that coaching so long that
I understand It perfectly. No, my plan
Is tho best, nlthough I'm sorry to see
you loso out."
"Don't feel sorry," said Allen. "You
hnve the right idea. I'll resign tonight
nnd arrange for some ono to tnko your
place in the bcenrs for tho new piny
that Is to bo started tomorrow."
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lovc-maKing began in the very first
scene, with only tho two nrlnclnals In
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Alfred Eldrldgc, Constance Morton, the
cameraman and Allen Wonford ap
peared. Alfred appeared somewhat disap
pointed'. "I thought," he said to Allen, "you
wcro to resign." n
"I did," Allen rcspomJcd. "I'm
through ns director, but I'm going to
try my hnnd nt noting. It won't bo the
first time, you know. We'll just trnde
jobs for n change. How docs that suit
Alfred was not particularly enthus
iastic, but ho made tho best of It. Ho
wns nnxlous to try his hnnd nt direct
ing nnd wns not eo pnrtlc.ular as to his
All was mado ready nnd Allen nnd
Constance took their positions under a
"Camera!" called Alfred, nnd the
cranx nogan to turn.
"Now, a llttlo pep J" ho called to the
girl nnd tho man.
Allen took Constance's two hands In
his nnd said:
"Miss Morton, I'm deeply in love
witn you, -anti tins is tne first chance
I'vo hod to tell vou. It's the reason I
failed ns n director. J could not benr
to sco Eldrldgo innking lovo to you.
I'm supposed to bo nctlng now, but I'm
renlly In earnest."
Hhc looked n little frightened nt first,
hut grndunlly n smile crept ncross her
faco nnd sho drew closer to him.
"That's strange," sho told him. "I
havo felt much tho same way. I have
loved you, too, nnd I could not bring
myself to make realistic love to Mr.
Eldrldgo under thoso circumstances."
Before cither wns nwnre of what they
wcro doing, Constance nnd Allen found
themselves In each other's embrace.
"Wonderful !" nhoutcd Alfred through
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is trimmed about tho collar,
pockets and sleeves with whlto
organdio points and has a sash
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Special at $6.50
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blankets in white with pink or
blue borders or in pink-and-whito
or blue-and-whitc plaids. 70x80
inches, weight 5 pounds.
White Sports Satin, $3
What a scarcity there has been and how women will come
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skirts to wear with sweaters and slip-over blouses. 39 inches
Now $10 to $25
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Do you want a silk-pongco
Do you want a smart little
Do you want a taffeta coat or
one of wool jersey?
Would you like a colorful tric
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This little group of coats and
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bo amazed at the lowncss of the
Satisfaction for the
strange how many people have
expressed in those very words
their opinion of wool-and-fiber
rugs ns they have developed dur
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are inexpensive, servicenblo and
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excellent unety of pnttorns in
the coloiings that people like.
6x9 feet, $9.50 and $11
7.6x9 feet, $11 and $13.50
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $14 and $17
9x12 feet, $15 and $18
12x12 feet, $20 and $25
12 x 15 feet, $23.75 nnd $30
$1.50 to $2.50
They're having a vogue!
Women are wearing guimpes
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lace arc very becoming! Mnnv
different styles, all well made and
finished with elastic at the wnists,
are of whito or ectu net trimmed
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quantity to mako a vest.
Pleatinga and bandings to
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Sports Shirts for Men
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Of finely woven white cheviot with low attached collars nnd
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general vacation wear.
Stripes, Dots and Figures
in 25c Neckties
Foulards and heavier silks in a great variety of patterns
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Wool Bathing Suits
for Wee Children
No chattering teeth when pad
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re-enforcements, back nnd front,
to prevent them from losing
their shape. In brown, tan, pink,
American Beauty and several
shades of blue, with white trim
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Cool Batiste Vests
Many women pronounce them
the coolest of underclothes. In
pink or white.
Vests of pink tub silk or pink
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Eight big pearl buttons are the
feature of thi3 pretty skirt,
which is sketched. It is gathered
across the back and on tho sides
and has a plain front pnnel which
is trimmed with the buttons. It
is of finely woven cotton gab
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Mohair Skirts, $2.90
Women have been asking us
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hard wear. Now ones of black
or navy blue mohair are $2.90.
I Batiste, 28c a Yard
As cool looking and pretty as
can be! Various figures and
cross-bar checks are in pink, blue,
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There is no charge for making
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Such as Every Woman Wants
Special at $4
Four fashionable styles, all with welted soles and
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t Oxfords of white leather like buckskin are
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Smart pumps with two instep straps combine
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Serviceable Oxfords for sport3, traveling and
street wear are of brown leather in tho popular ruddy
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Almost all sizes in every style.
In addition, a lot of odd pairs of Oxfords and
pumps in broken sizes, Including the best styles of the
season, lowered to $4.
Felts and Other
$3 and $3.85
It is a pleasant surprise to turn
up their little price tickets nnd
find the price almost as small ns
the ticket! Dark blue felts em
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breezy and refreshing.
Cut-and-stitched whito felts,
poplins stitched with wool, whito
felts embroidered with wool and
interesting new velvet turbans in
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new things at these little prices.
Women's Vests, 20c
They're "seconds" but mighty
good ones. Fine ribbed cotton,
pink or white, with nnrrow shoul
der straps. Regular and extra
Low-neck sleeveless style, of
fine white ribbed cotton. First
quality. Loose at the knees.
Kiddies' Dresses and
About two hundred of these
little frocks and romners in broken
sizes 2 to 5 year sizes in the lot,
but not in each style. Drosses are
high waist or pantalette style of
chambray, gingham or flowered
lawn, and the rompers aro
straight-leg stylo of poplin or
Of alligator-marked leather in
grav, brown or blue, of black
grained leather or shiny enameled
fabric that looks exactly like tho
popular vachetto. They have
strans on top or back and aro
nicely lined; usually they have
Soap, $1.10 Dozen;
10c a Cake
Generous-sized enkos in per
oxide, veretnble or cocoanut oil,
rose nnd buttermilk.
Double White Sateen
Copied from the popular Doris
petticoat that has tho hem turned
back almost to tho hips.
Made of softest flesh or whito
batiste, trimmed in front and
back with lacos or embroideries.
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