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'.i,,1 J.,'.M !'..,' w
jobey-the old Biblical injunction
and be "fair to look upon."
Every woman is more or less of
an actress, but it is only as she
becomes a keener observer of life
and is. able to imagine situations
which have formed certain char
acteristics and certain facial
changes that she can make her
way upon the stage.
Just one last wordThe keen
observation of others and the
physical care which an actress
gives herself as part of her busi
ness could be used to advantage
of all women.
A disheveled citizen rushed in
to a Boston police station one af
ternoon and shouted for ven
geance. "TKe automobile that hit me
five minutes ago was No. 41144,"
"I can prove that he was ex
ceeding the speed limit, and I
want I want "
"You want a warrant for "his
"Warrant nothing! What good
would a warrant do me at the rate
he was going? I want extradi
He When we are- married
how sweet it will be to sit in the
garden ill the "evening with the
sun setting, and "
She Yes, darling.. And I will
bring out my work while you
water the garden and roll the
Jawn and pull up the weeds. And
you will chopthe wood and bring
up the coal and lay the fire for the
next day, all before bedtime.
Won't it be lovely, dearest?"
He ye-es, dear!"
BUGS PLAY GOOD JOKE,
By United Press.
Gary, "Ind., July 15, rMiller, -Ind.
today fclaimed tohave;"?ghV.
edjts streets by jthe most unique
method ever employed. Driven,
northward from the Kankakee
marshes by heavy rainstorms,,
thousands of lightning bugs in-;
vaded the town last night and
flooded the place with so much
light that the town board ordered
the electric lights turned off. Sev
eral foreigners, employed at the
powder mills at Aetna, near here,
quit work, fearing an explosion
when the bugs invaded the mills
and lighted on the nitro-glycerine
Lots of people who have holes
in their pockets never lost any
They are usually the ones who
have none tp.lose..