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Julia stared into his face incred
ulously, and began weeping for joy.
"Where's Jim?" asked Abner pres
ently. The boy came to his bedside and
stood looking athlm, half sheepishly,
half in hope.
"You'd better bring them painting
things of yours in here, Jim," said
Abner. "I'm going to have the gar
ret fitted up as a workshop for you."
But it was not until he was con
valescent that he realized that the
dream of the spirit world was true.
In the love of wife and children Ab
ner felt his troubles slip from him.
Man had conquered the machine.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
IN HER SNUG CHAMOIS COAT SHE'S OFF TO
THE RINK FOR A FROLIC
BY BETTY BROWN
This skating girl seems to have
found the ideal costume for outdoor
skating when the air nips and the
She wears a chamois sweater tied
with a light blue scarf, white angora
gloves, a heavy tweed skirt in golden
brown, and a cap to match her scarf.
Of course, she wears laced shoes, nd
laced right down to the toe; the but
ton, boot has no place in a skating
Lillian Walker, Vitagraph star, is
the proud possessor of a new S. G.
V. car. It is difficult for Lillian to re-,
member "S. G. V.," so she calls it her
"B. V. D." car.
Roscoe Arbuckle has just returned
from an auto tour in Southern Cali
fornia. He covered 750 miles in 3
days. He was held up several times
by crowds who recognized him and
insisted upon him "Keystoning" a bit
before he was allowed to proceed.
Donald C. Thompson, Paramount
expert photographer, has gone to
Greece, where he expects to get pic
tures of the war in the Balkans.
Fania Marinoff and George Probert
are featured in Pathe's new Gold
Rooster release, "Nebra."
Enid Harkey has been cast opposite
Willard Mack in "Nature's Enigma,"
soon to be released by Ince-Triangle.
Ruth Roland and William Elliott
are featured in a new Pathe release,
New Jersey will turn loose one mil
lion bats in the mosquito swamps toj
eat up the skeeters. It is said each
hat will devour 250 skeeters a day
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