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est asset- of the- actor, and after
that comes observation. But one
must add to these' splendid health
and unbounded energy. It does
not matter so much if one have
beauty; in fact, I am not sure that
great beauty is not a detriment
The greatest actresses upon the
stage today are not beautiful
Just one last word To you
who are thinking of going on the
stage, let Billie Burke whisper:
"An actress' life is not all .cake
and ale..' And please don't write
me personal letters asking advice
on stage ambitions.
THE FIRST ONE.
"Yes exclaimed the newly
married woman to a bunch of her
friends as they sat round the tea
table, "for three months after, our
marriage my husband made me
bake hot cakes for him at every
"And 'yet," chprused her
tfrfends, "your husband is a
strong, healthy-looking fellow."
"Well," asked the lady, "what
"Oh, the doctors say that such
a diet is dreadful, and that "
"But this husband is healthy., I
was referring to my first," re
marked the lady complacently.
"Why, man, you have-no sense
of humor. When I first heard that
joke I laughed until my sides
- LATE NEWS
Peoria, 111. Daniel Thomas
43, Sparland, 111., struck by -a
Rock Island train. Died.
Peoria, 111. Old Sol put the
Peoria County Circuit Court to
rout today when the temperature
mounted to 100 degrees.
Louis Gagmore, artist, 1018 N.
Mozart ave., arrested by federal'
authorities. Used his artistic
abilities to paint $10 bills. 4 .
Josephine Menelo, 25, stenog
rapher, committed suicide by
slashing her throat with a razor
in her room at the Eleanor club;
No. 1, 5658 Waoash ave. Miss
Menelo came from her home in
Kewanee, Wis., last June.
Trial of Mrs. Antonio Musso,
under indictment foralleged mur
der of her husband, Peter Musso,
has been continued untiL the Oc
tober term of court.
MUST ANSWER TODAY.
President Mcintosh' of the "L"
employes' union today sent word
to President Budd of the com
pany that unless the company an
swered the demands oftHe men
today all negotiations would be
broken off and; the differences be
tween the company and men sub
mitted fo a board of arbitration.
Pair and "continued warm to
.night for Chicago and vicinity;
Tuesday unsettled and not so
warm; -moderate southwest to
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