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"Four years!" he muttered, and
then he thought of the boy.
"I'll do it on my head," he said, and
winked, because his eyes were full of
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
"So Lady Gladys is back from the
"Yes, she couldn't find anybody in
teresting or romantic to nurse."
HOW TO BET BEAUTIFUL LILLIAN GISH WARNS
WOMAN TO BE CAREFUL OF HER PROFILE J
BY ESTHER HOFFMANN
"Why don't you ask a movie act
ress," said the editor to me as I im
patiently said, "I wish some pretty
woman would tell me how to le beau
tiful! "It is the pretty girl that gets the
plums of life, including a job in a
moving picture studio," I told that
editor, who seemed to be laughing at
me, "and notwithstanding all this
talk in the newspapers on the sub
ject, I don't think many of us have
realized its importance even now."
"Oh, a woman's looks always are
of the greatest importance to her,"
he said, sarcastically.
"Do you mean to say that a wom
an's looks are of no importance to
men?" I queried, and after which im
pertinence I hied me to find out what
the pretty Gish girls did to keep their
beauty fresh and wholesome.
"I believe," said lovely Lillian Gish,
"that every girl should be especially
careful of her profile. The moment
your cheeks begin to sag or you get
too fat under the chin or a lump at
the back of your neck you are lost.
"They tell me age attacks the pro
file first; therefore. I take these
throat exercises every morning and
evening. Throw your head back as
far as it will go and then forward so
that your chin will rest on your chest
Do this 10 times. Then turn your
head as far around to one side and
then the other without turning your
"Remember that unless you have a
straight nose you must never wear
your, hair in a psyche and don't draw
your chin back into your throat, for
Jhat is death to a good profile."
Miss Lillian Gish posing especially
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