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Victim is Mrs. Johnson's son, George.
Whitney attempts to run away after
hitting the boy. Kid Regan seeks to
interfere, but his trainer restrains
him with the wo'rds "You must take
care of your hands, Kid." Kid takes
the boy to the hospital, where he
meets Mrs. Johnson. They strike up
a friendship, which soon ripens into
Again, Whitney tries to foist his at
tentions on the widow, and again Kid
is forced to keep his hands from
striking the scoundrel.
Whitney arranges to dope Kid and
fixes it with Bud, a worthless dope
fiend, to pour an opiate on the sponge
to be used by Kid during the fight.
Little George, who has been taken to
the dressing room, finds the sponge
and would play with it, but the care
ful trainer finds it and decides that
this same sponge will be unfit for use.
According he throws it away and
puts in a new one.
Kid Regan knocks out Sailop
Brown. After the fight Kid finds Bud
in his room trying to escape through
a window. Bud confesses, and it is
then that Whitney receives a sound
thrashing from Kid Regan's hands.
Not only does Kid Regan win the
fight, but also his sweetheart.
"'Kidjtegan's Hands" is a two reel
Rex, which will be released Oct 18.
Important in the cast are Anna Little
and Herbert Rawlinson.
FIGHT TO A FINISH
Thomas A. Edison endeavored to
instill courage into a disappointed
"You haven't got on," said Mr. Ed
ison, "but if you keep on trying you'll
succeed in the end. The successful
man's life is just like yours only he
keeps up the fight, he doesn't give in.
"Yes," Mr. Edison ended, "the lad
der of success is composed of round
after round of failure."
BEAUTY HINTS OF BEAUTIFUL MODELS
BY IDAH McGLONE GIBSON
"Beauty," as has been often said,
"is in the eye of the beholder." But
most of us do not educate our eyes to
the highest points of appreciation.
We are apt to accept conventional
standards and it is Qnly the trained
artist that enjoys the world's beau
ties to the fullest extent.
"Until late years we have been
taught that womanly beauty is all
curves," said Roschen Turck-Baker,
"but to the student of the Oriental or
Egyptian beauty, there is beauty in
acute angles and straight lines as
well as in curves."
Miss Baker is also a dancer and
she has made a great study of the
comeliness of line.
"The beauty of youth," she says,
"is always that of straight line and
angle; it may mean the promise of
curves at maturity, but in a young
girl, 'beautifully shaped bones' are
much more to be desired than curv
Many mothers make the mistake of
allowing their daughters to eat every
thing that their vagrant fancy
craves; and while they would have
their daughters beautiful, they have
not the strength of mind to insist
that they shall sacrifice their stom
achs to health and appearances.
Most young people eat too much
starch and sweets, and deplorable as
it is, many young girls npwadays are
allowed to taBte alcohol. If you are
unfortunate enough to have acquired
flesh, you will find this the right diet
for reduction: no starch, no animal
fat, no sweets, no alcohol.
Probably the fat girl will say:
"what can one eat?"
All the lean meats; all the vegeta
bles, except potatoes, peas and corn.
All sour fruits and if you must have
bread, eat it in very smajLjwantities,
and be sure it is twice bHl
Do not eat of any foJHgh large
quantities, and you wilWind that
if. you take the proper exercise
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