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dropped her glance in embarrass
ment as the clear, kindly eyes of
Abel rested upon her. Then her own
flashed. A daring resolve actuated
"Come," she said-simply, and led
the way to a side window, upon the
sill of which rested the souvenir, left
there to dry out after its bath in the
"Thanks " began Abel, extending
ahand to receive the ear of corn.
"Not until you win it!" cried Alice,
and darted away light as a fawn.
He was staggered at the challenge.
Then his wits directed him. What a
wild, joyous chase it was! Under a
great tree he caught her. The de
lirium of delight swayed hhn as his
lips met hers and her his own will
ingly. "Shall we own the souvenir to
gether, you and I, after this?" he
ventured to suggest, with heart of
hope, but dubious.
"Yes!" her soft whisper reassured
him, and all the world was sunshine
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
James Cruze has been engaged by
Lasky with Edna Goodrich in new
Donald Brian, Paramount screen
idol, says that making love on the
stage gives him goose flesh.
Pauline Frederick is being starred
in a Paramount production, "Bella
Micha, Ceraldine Farrar's pet goat,
broke loose one night and swallowed
the papers and plans for a new fea
A company of Pathe players re
cently departed for the Bahamas,
where they will film scenes for "Ne
dra," a new play.
Several cowboys in a scene of
"Chimmie Fadden Out West" recent
ly made Victor Moore, the tender
foot, do a dance in Western fashion.
A misdirected shot hit Moore in the
foot and he added a number of unre
hearsed steps to the film.
CHANGES NATIONALITY TWICE
FOR THE MOVIES
Anna Held changed her national
ity twice to get to America to act in
She was in Rome when she signed
a Paramount contract She went to
the French legation, said she believed
she was born in France, her eyes
and accent always having been con
sidered French, and received a pass
port to Paris. On her arrival there
she was told by an old friend of her
family that she was born in Warsaw.
She then went to the Paris police as
a subject of Russia and got permis
sion to leave Prance for America.
But the American consulate would
not recognize her as either French
or Russian, and insisted that she be
recognized only as an American.
They said she became an American
by marrying Flo Ziegield. So she
sailed away to England and America
as an American, mailing her French",
and Russian passports on ahead to!
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