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Sydney Ayres, the handsome lead,
stopped to say how-de-do. We had
not met since I saw him riding a
broncho on the hills of the Universal
ranch near Hollywood' a year before.
And just as "I- syas about to have a
little chat with " Jack, the villain,"
someone gave the call which means
"get busy" in a film-producing plant.
Two big machines came rumbling
up to the front of the studio. Girls in
Mexican attire and Dolly Varden
dresses; little children in fancy cos
tumes; men in all sorts of picturesque
make-up, and other men in evening
clothes came bustling out.
"Got to leave you I'm afraid," whis
pered Miss Greenwood. "I'm among
the chosen you see. We're going up
to the hills to a location. And this is
a big scene. So long!"
UPSTAND FRILL HOLDS ITS
The fashion of the upstanding rill
about the crown of a hat which was
introduced late last summer will be
more popular than ever this spring.
While most of these ruffles will be
made of . lace many will be, as in the
hat txiimning picturedr of taffeta-.-- -
Some oT the funniest things in the
crorld are the presents an old bach-r
elor buys for a 2-year-old-baby.
SUIT YOURSELF ABOUT ANGLE
A hat made of fine blue straw braid
turns up high on the left side. About
the entire brim is a wreath of spring
flowers caught down low on the right
side and high on the left with pinroses
This hat would be ideal to wear
with a blue tailored suit of coarse
Magistrate I understand that you
overheard the quarrel between this
sdefendant and his wife.
Witness Yes, sir.
MagistratesTell the court, if you
' canTWbatrte seemetHxr be doing.
"Witness-He seemed to be doing
Harpooners in Malaysia secure
sharks" of. several species ranging in
lengih-from-T-to-l&feet. -33ie liver of
a shark of average size yields about 5
gallons of oil,' andtfiis is exported to
Europe, where refiners convert it lno
so-called cod-liver oiL