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WHY GIRLS.FAILAS MOVIE ACTRESSES-THEY
DONT TRY HARD ENOUGH MARY PICKFORQ
' Posed Especially for The Day Book.
"You can have anything you want in this world if you want it bad
enough." MARY PICKFORD.
(This is the fourth chapter of Idah
McGlone Gibson's interview with
Mary Pickford, in which the noted
movie actress tells story of her life.)
BY IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
(Copyright, 1915, by the Newspaper
"I have learned," said Mary Pick
ford, "that to be successful in any
walk of life, whether you wish to be
a movie actress or attempt any other
kway of earning, a-llvmg, you must
have courage, not only physical cour
ago but moral courage and mental
"I do not think the women of the
stage or the women in the camera
play need these any more than any
other woman who goes out into the
world to earn hear daily bread.
"But I often think if I were blessed
with a daughter, I would feel that I
had to devote my life to her in the
same way that my mother has devot
ed her life to me. There is always
temptation for the girl who must
leave-the-f rotecioo-of her horn.
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