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to let herself -alone into a deserted
house late at night, she would have
been insulted. But this was the case,
nevertheless, and I am sure Mollie
was perfectly innocent in her intentions.
MOVIE MISS SETS THE. FASHION
FOR HER SET
ftfc . She was on,y tnmking f a god
IlT timfi. hilt lilfn monir rrirle vuVin ctnrtoH
out with the same fdea she might
have found herself having a very bad
time, all .because her mother went
on the supposition that Mollie was
not a human personality with human
faults, failings, curiosity and impulse,
, but HER DAUGHTER.
"Now, Dick," I whispered as Mol
lie's steps were heard coming down
the hall, "you know you promised
to let me run this."
"All right," answered Dick a little
dubiously, as Mollie opened the door
and looked up and down the street.
She gave a sigh of relief, evidently
she had not heard the motor and
thought we did not .know of her in
- ( To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Use two tablespoons of flour; rub
smooth into two lieaping tablespoons
. of butter. Add one-half cup of milk
and put over in double boiler to cook.
Stir constantly for ten minutes. Take
from fire and add one cup of grated
cheese, and. the well-beaten yolks of
three eggs. Allow to cool. Twenty
minutes before you are ready to serve
the puff fold in the well-Beaten whites
of three, eggs. Turn all into well
greased pudding dish. Set in skillet
of hot water in moderate oven. Bake
twenty minutes. Serve at once. .
. o o, -
WHEN THE SON LEFT
Therewas a little boy. who com
menced to keep a diary. "Got up this
morning at 7 o'clock," was his first
"Such an expression," said his hor
rified mother. "Doesthe sun get up?
No it rises."
Ju&t before Tommy reined he
wi'oie hi his diary, "Set at 9 o'ciock..'"
" Louise Glaum. '
Louise Glaum is one of the beau
ties among the western movie -girls
who sets the -fashion ..for those who
were born to follow.
She. is always-about a year ahead
of the prevailing styles of her town,
which means that she is right up to
the minute with the. Parisian output
At least, that's what they say..
By the w.ay, just, recently Louise
Glaum became leading lady for
Blackwell's company at Hollywood,
Cal. He is producing special pictures
for the Kalem Company.
- o o :
Laughing fills the skin blood-vessels.
When you laugh, you stir up
the circulation. Your diaphragm
pounds your liver, the abdominal
walls strike the stomach. and intes
tines vritu shOii-ia4aiiOj strokes u.nd
the blooa in iiao lung it, stirrcu up.
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