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toy.' eiilte Is hungry it makes no
difference if the scene is set and tke
camera ready for action. Master
Billy just runs across the street, sat
isfies his appetite with some nice
cakes or bread and butter, and soon
he is back at work. He-just loves pic
tures, and his ambition in life is to he
come a director. He is already com
menced this great study and uses
Fred Balshofer and Ford Sterling as
his leading men. It must be some
fun to watch this rehearsal.
Then comes beajutifulittle Carmen
De Rue, the sixryear-Qld leading lady
of the gterlhjg juveiafle company.
Carmen is a pretty, golden haired,
brown eyed miss who has been on
the stage and in pictures nearly all
her life. Her ambition is to become
4 great actresaUke cieoMadison. an4
it is, most amusing to watch' he, inil
tate Miss Mafteon playing Jh'emoz,
HrninlS-nlm. ''1 v ,.- fc-v
1 vetoqa company. This Jiewitching lit
tle oeauty is tae pet 01 tne mm woria.
Living as she does in the Universal
west coast studios in California and
meeting all the stars of that firma
ment, it'is not to be wondered at that
she should be delighted with "play
ing" in the pictures." She is a chub
by, blue eyed baby and thinks that
next to her ma and pa Billy Jacobs is
the darUngeet thing is the world. The
fact of the matter is (here's another
terrible secret) Billy and Oliye are en
gaged; They haye ft all "fixed" and
expect to be married just as soon as
they are "growed" up.
The nice part of it is that Billy has
assumed absolute control over the
destiny Qf tiny Olive. No one dare
usurp,' her company while he is
ardujad, and many to the,fiay be has
n championing the caag of his ut-
ue sweetneart. itowevBr, unve just
loves her dog Tedi and sometimes Bhe
jQOes 3MKs Know wmpa sua iuve uest,
iLVry - w.a!
it's a secretr . ?
You know Chandler House, dpja't
you? JYellj Qhandler Is the hand
some boy that plays the lover's parts.
He has 30 many sweethearts (of
course he has never seen them) that
if he weren't so awfully in kjve with
lovely Carmen his head would be
turned topgy turvy, upjMe down.
Anyhow, he's busy making a career,
So there I He, too, has, played in many
pictures. In the great "Bunion anji
Pythias" spectacle play he portraysa
beautiful role and does it wonderf ully.
Also, by the way, he has a rival in the
' "Tough Guy" Radcliff is the name
of this "danger." "Tough Guy" likes
nothing better than to don an old
suit and play the toughest, roughest
parts possible. Reward comes when
"Tough Guy" removes "his'' cap and
"his" beautiful curls cascade down
"his" head, for,, you see, f'Tough Guy"
Radcliff is not a boy; "his" name is
Now comes cunning little Olive
crv. and then they well!
Taken -all In all, this happy Utile
company of wee players is radiating
delight and hajrainess in every corner
of tie earth. Teir antics are enjoy
ed as" no thrilling drama or amusing
qomedy- played by the greatest tra
gedians or dfimejUan.s could, possibly
delight a.ndj our only regret is that
spjpoe day they, too, win grow up and
thr charming pictures wfll be but a
But that's a long way off, so why
THE SMART LITTLE BOY
George thinks that naaple syrup's
It flavors bread delioiously;
But as the cook is obdijrate
He gets it syruptitiously.
George knows the same of every
And flower and vegetation '
Of every apple ain't he -cute
He knowa the appleatioa
Johnson, the baby girl of this marl