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likely that most girls will continue to- forget incomes when the Tight
man cqmes and offers the strength of his manhood and the heart
that is filled with a. -clean l&ve that promises to protect and to cherish.
Girls who run their, affections with a cash register may be spared
for other careers -than,- matrimony.
HALL ISs A BUCKING
I Admirers of the Lubuuwestern
"pictures are never tjredof sing
ling out the work pf-Jfranklyn.
He is one of the most daring
Jiorsemen of the famous t troupe
-of rough, riders.
Heavies ana cnaracter worx
are supposed to be his real forte
,n the pictures. But hed rather
jump to the back of a cow pony
or a bucking broncho and tear off
down the road after anything that
will make a good, lively chase,
than dp the most humdrum in
door, studio work.
Hall is a Californian and has
been in the theatrical" business
sinc,e a child. He took hjs first
lessons in hanging to the back of
a running pony way out where
there's room to breathe, and then
His first training as a player
was given 'to him by John Mc-
uuire at the grand opera nouse,
,San Francisco He quickly climb
ed to juvenile, and leads. And
when he came east to play start
ling roles in pictures he was a
"How long would you be will
ing to wait for me?" she asked, in
tones so low he could scarcely
catch the words. And then she
went on: "You know, George, my
father has recently invested in a.
silver mine and he is going there
at once, and I cannot leave moth
er alone. o I ask you again,
George, how long would you be
willing to wait for me?"
"Wait for, you, my darling?"
repeated George, for his was n.o
fleeting love. "I will wait for you
until we learn how the silver mine
turns out l v