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her. and in that moment I think the
scales fell from his eyes. He saw the
cozy little room, and the matronly
figure at his side and then, I think,
he saw Widow Abigail, with her
"Why don't you slayCaptain Is
rael?' asked Widow Jerrold.
Somebody slammed the door. Pres
ently I heard what sounded remark
ably like a kiss.
When Captain Israel comes home
he roars for his pipes and grog, as of
old time. He sits at the table look
ing out over the sea, and all who pass
cringe, for they know him for the
worst bucko captain afloat Only at
home is he a changed man. When
his eye lights upon Mrs. Israel he
speaks as gently as a pet lamb, and
there isn't an oath in his vocabulary.
But if the name of Widow Abigail
"To think I nearly struck my flag
to that blank, blank, blank, blank of
a blank!" roars Captain Israel
Flora Finch uses limburger as a
"first aid" to making faces while be
fore the camera.
Leah Baird, Vitagraph actress,
built a special house, steam-heated,
with private bath, for her pet Collie
dog. And now the dog is dead. Leah
150 horses are working "extra" at
the Inceville studios in a new W. S.
Hart feature film now being made.
Wallace Reid and Cleo Ridgely are
to co-star in new Lasky releases.
Reid played "Don Jose" with" Geral
dine Farrar in "Carmen."
Tyrone Power has become a fix
ture in the films and will nowie seen
in Selig features opposite Kathlyn
Mary Miles Minter is only a stage
name. Her real name is Juliet Shel
by, and we like it better. But it's
Julius Steger, who did splendid
work in "The Fifth Commandment,"
has joined the Equitable-forces. - -;-
HER DANCING MIRRORS ALL
Thamer Kars ovine, :
Hate, love, calm, fury, joy, despair "
and other phases of human emotion
are depicted in Thamar Karsavina's
dancing. Before the war turned
their minds to other matters she was
the idol of LonJon. She is Russian
and shares with Nijinsky the honors '
of being the principal dancers in
Serge de Diaghileff's Ballet Russe, '
which is soon to make its first tour
of the United States. She is shown
above in the title role of "L'Oisea do
Feu." with brilliant plumage, jewels
Land glowing colors,.