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It was "a great day for Mrs. Radin
ski -when the'litQeygpslingsTJegan to
peep (or whatever they do) and peck
at the shells,-and break through. And
Mrs. Radinski,' happy "hi the joy of
taotherhood, "helped them just the
way a rear goose mother would do
when the. shells cracked, after she
(the goose) tiad ' been, sitting Tin.
them for ive weefa. '-.''
"I don't l3etieve,anyjjpqs could dp
better than that', says 'Sirs. Radin
skis "And I'm. sur,e. iy-w.pmaiii ib- the
neighborhood cpul'd heatlt. Most 6t
them are so; bony, anyhowt. they'd,
break the eggs the first' thing. .Am?
they're so nervous, nd flighty they'd'
roll over on them at" night instead of
lying still antfquiet:" '',,-.
The City of G&x vrbick formerly
took pride only in its,steelmills and
public schools,, is all puffed up over
Mrs. Radinski's achievement '
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ANOTHER STAR" IS CAUGHT .t
IN THE. "MOVIE" "IVIAZa
-Eveiy now and then another welj
ktiown actor or actress finds time, to
run out to some big moving picture
"plant to see "how pfc'tures''are made.
And that's the beginning of the
end! , l,,j?
He or she goes AGAIN, because ij
is so fascinating. And the first thlngY
you know a contract has been signed r
.up for one. 95 ,a n.uinb,er of feature
pictures, tthe. .atpj ,or actress
; to play the star part. f ';
You see, they just can't help see-'
irijg hqiy it feels to', act for tiie screen !
"Well,, here's another 5qne who has
decided, that it is quite too! much fun
Kumiss. Sheas youll know, when
you see the picture, 1s 1Vlay Buckley.
. aB8 ,ouciuey uaa ueeij it very puy-ulai-
actress for tfeveraJiyears. She
iiasyplayed in, stock Jirthe east and
Her friends, arejlegion !
Now what dp you suppose is her
,!4tesV fancy. Wy, hYs playing with
'the. astern. selig1 stock jcpnpany in
i. Watch for' her in the1 new Selig
pplaysi You'll .surely see,ier'
'-!inovie" .actress! ,- '- ', '.-
In recent boakvcalted'Germany
nArms," the;&6::pfifie of Ger
tnanyutters a,:.warhing against the
growing love of luxury and wealtb
whicfiuhreatensi to displace the old
ideals. His Imperial Highness is fol
lowing in the footsteps of .Alexander
the Great, who, after the conquest of
'Persia, reproved with -great'vigor the .
degeneracy of his .omcerjwhp set ,
no bounds to their luiurypf'
He found thtvere most ex
travagantly eUcatfein their diet and
profuse hi other respects. Agnon of'
Tis wore silver nails .in his boots,
Lepnatus had many camel loads pf-j
earth-- broughi from .Egypjt- "to rlih
himself, with vfhen he tf ent to yfhe
wrestling ring. More made use of
rich essences' after bathing, ahd had.
their grooms of the bath, as w'ell asjj;
chamberlains w)iP excelled in" bed7
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