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the tront row, see not us but our
shadows on the screen. The men in
the studious and camps are working
as hard as we are. They have no time
to be johnnies and-no inclination.
"The nearest a stage door Johnnie
can get in this game is a letter sent
through the mail. Then it's up to the
girl. But the Winter Garden was the
center for all the johnnies in the
country. The stage doors were pack
ed with them every night. It was Im
possible to get away from the place
without at least having them talk to
you. The temptation to let them
talk was the greatest because well,
lots of chorus girls are pretty lone
some and they work at night and
haven't any home or social life, and
they might as well go to dinner as
"The moving-picture women don't
have to come back to work at night
They are not around the studios at
late night hours. They, have their
home, their social life and engage
ments, and they don't need to accept
Miss Rassmussen has been in the
moving-picture work for the past
year. She has had several Import
ant leading parts with Dustin Far-J
num's Company, especially in "The
The strongest forts are little use,
The offer short resistance,
For Krupp's projectiles play the
At an amazing distance.
The cruisers have small chance to
With enemies and pink 'em
When these with weapons out of
Have found the way to sink 'em.
As Sherman taught us long ago
That war was then a hell game,
So German guns would seem to show
That now it Is a shell game.
New York Sun.
MR. MAXWELL'S KITCHEN HINTS
Always peel beans before baking
them. . '
A few pieces of ice scattered on the
pantry shelves will drive away red
ants. The ants will slip on the ice
and break their legs.
Porterhouse steak makes a fine
substitute for blood pudding.
When shoestring fried potatoes
are a part of the menu a dainty effect
can be had by tying them in knots.
A small amount of camphor poured
over grape sMns will keep out the
mo$hs. Cleveland Press.
LESSONS FROM IRENE HOUGHS BEAUTY
BY IDAH M 'CLONE GIBSON
(Copyright, 1914. by Irene Hough)
Although slender to a degree, Miss
Irene Hough, who has been acclaimed
the most beautiful telephone girl in
America, confided to me that she al
ways was haunted, by a fear that
some time she might be fleshy.
"There is no reason why you
should get what is called 'the middle
age spread,' I tokl her. "All you have
to do is curb your appetite and take
plenty of exercise.
"The best exercise that Iloiow is
also one pf the simplest. Raise your
hands over your head and as you do
so Inhale a deep breath, then slowly
bend your body from, your hips, keep
ing your knees stiff, until you can
touch your fingers to the floor. Re
peat this movement, sideways, with
the arms, holding body rigid. If a
girl will do this fifty, times a day it
will insure the narrow hips that are
now fashionable and a fine, supple
, "Another splendid exercise is to
raise on .your tip toes and then settle
down Until you are in a sitting pos
ture. ''This Is, much harder to do. than
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