By Gertrude 4 M.. Price.
No one everTi'des '.'Appelucia'" ex
cept Clara Wilh'ams.V L.There are
more reasons thanone.if..tne, .truth
were told for this stateof affairs.
But the main and(jmportent..reaspn
is that no bne elsedares by., r"Ap
pehicia" is 'a woMerfuify ihtelligeht
pinto' purchased especially;-for Miss
Williams. - ,f ' .
She, you know,' is' the" perfect-rider,
who can beat the boys 'at .anyhipg"
on a horse, whose professional' 'title
is "leading lady Lubin "Company." '
Clara -WilUams' isoneof the sur
prising peopleone; meets-in-'the ? the1
'atrical world, giving the lie to the
statement 'tiiat the footlights spoil
"humanity's tfreshness of manner and
naturalness. ' ' r
Stie's just like a girl off the western
plains sp''far 'as frankness and ease
and unspoileSness go.
- -And fortunately for those who
have' the .pleasure to be among her
auaintarices, she has, added to
'this, a very'taking personality. Her
arkhair 'ik-the curly ksbrt which
doesn't' need irojns and a hairdresser
and an 'hour's" hard work to beautify.
It'sVthe ringlet'' kind.
jaer sKm,4iS'iair ana nas tne aeepjj
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