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My dear, it's a fact!
Ou Fifth av., at Newport and else
where you see bare legs. A young
thing comes tripping along, you look,
and then you .don't know whether to
run or to stop her-and hoarsely whis
per that you think er something
But don't! She's only keeping up
with the styles by wearing 'em down
to .her shoe tops. And so with the
present style of short skirts, passers
by get a generous view of bare legs.
The roll stocking is the thing.
You don't believe it? Well, look
at the accompanying photograph.
There's only one drawback to the roll
stocking. The wearer has to find an
other place for the "bank roll."
At the beaches nobody wears
stockings this summer. Fair bathers
don't even bother with socks. Short
skirted bathing suits and beach slip
pers and nothing between, that's
It's rather hard on the girl whose
legs are skinny, for there isn't a
ghost of a chance to "fake."
When a trunk or heavy box has to
be moved put. under one end a piece
of broom handle a little longer than
the article to be moved is wide. Lift
the other end of the trunk or box and
it will move easily.
TAKE A GOOD
Folks laugh and encore till- their
lungs are sore at the actor that is
shown, if he's clever enuf with the
comedy stuff to tickle their funny
bone. To wiggle his feet and wipe up
the street with a brand new Palm
Beach suit is part of the game that
brings him to fame and labels his
stunts as cute.
Then there's the guy who's ready
to die as a hero brave and true, for
him they have fears and sad, briny
tears and cheers when his stunt is
through. He must swim and ride,
and put up a fight to save his fair
heroine, and folks never tire to love
and admire the brave actors on the
screen. But for the poor chap with
the villain's map there's nothing but
sneers and scowls, save joy at the last
when his time is past and his snig
gers changed to howls.
But methinks his part the acme of
art as the real heroic mode, for it
does take grit, and a lot of it, to play
the part of the goat Bill Acker.
Rinse fruit jars in clear ice cold
water; drain dry and wrap the jar in
a heavy towel that has been wrung
out of ice water. Set jar on several
thicknesses of cold cloth and add the
hot fruit to can very slowly. Fill can
to top, adjust top and seal while hot
LOOK AT THESE WOMEN!
THEY EACH EARN $5p,000 A YEAR
After reading the next few words
you'll probably take another look at
the women shown in the accompany
ing picture. Why?
Well, you see, they each earn $50,-
000 a year!
There's Geraldine Farrar, she earns
ler $50,000 by singing in opera and
1 osing for the movies. It's the mo
ves, of course, that stuffs $50,000
nice $1 bills into Mary Pickford's
yearly pay envelope. The movies also
pay Marie Doro that sum yearly.
Alma Gluck is another singer who
i earns that much in concert work, J
while Eva Tanguay's voice and her
crazy ways win that much from vau
Artists are considered poor folks
as a rule, but Rose O'Neil Wilson,
mother of the Kewpies, disproves the
rule. She gets royalties from every
Kewpie article made, and there are
so many now that it brings her con
siderably more than $50,000.
Margaret Mayo (Mrs. Edgar Sel
wyn) finds it no great trick to earn
$50,000. She does it by royalties on
her plays, "Twin Beds" 'and "Baby.