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Is wdrse than a thief in the eyes of
his men's world?
"If Dick plays he will have to pay,
and, while we are about it, that would
be a good thing for you to remember:
In any game those that play must
Bill Tenney fairly fled, murmuring
his "good night."
He thinks I am a regular terma
gant. (To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
JAIL LIFE IS SLOWLY KILLING
Lake Charles, La. Unable either
to sleep or to eat. Dora Murff, whose
trial attracted the attention of the
nation, is dying in jail here. She was
convicted of killing her lover and
pleaded the unwritten law. She was
brought here to await the outcome of
an appeal. Physicians say that her
condition is the result of fear since
the verdict. She expected acquittal.
Mojiey is the root of ail divorces.
Why not establish a minimum wage
THANHOUSER 6lRL'S PET NAME
Ethyle Cook of the Thanhouser
studios is an exception to most.photo
She wishes to be known as her
On the films, as well as in private
lif e, this energetic little lady prefers
to be called Mrs. Hany Benham.
But in the studios she is abbreviated
Before going into the pictures,
about three years ago, Ethyle Cook
played in "Peggy from - Paris,"
"Woodland" and "Madame Sherry."
Her favorite roles are ingenues in
which her youthfulness and fair
coloring are valuable assets.
In arranging flowers it is often
difficult to make them stand up nice
ly. This difficulty will be overcome
if a piece of wire netting be crushed
up into a ball and placed m the bowl
to hold the flower-stems. -
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