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NO WONDER SHE KEEPS 'EM WIDE OPEN; IN
HER ORBS LIE FAME AND FORTUNE
"Her eyes are her fortune," 'Lucille Younge's friends used to say. And
to those beautiful violet eyes she owes her success in the film world. On
this account she was selected to play Fanchette in "Daphne and the Pirate."
A REAL TRAGEDY!
Young housewives obliged to prac
tice strict economy will sympathize
with the sad experience of a Wash
When her husband returned home
one evening he found her dissolved in
tears, and careful questioning elicited
the reason for her grief.
"Dan," said she, "every day this
week I have stopped to look at a per
fect love of a hat in Mme. Louise's
window. Such a hat, Dan; such a
beautiful hat! But the price well, I
wanted it the worst way, but just
pouWn't afford to buy it."
"Well, dear," began the husband,
recklessly, "we might manage to "
"Thank you, Dan," interrupted the
wife, "but there isn't any 'might'
about it I paid the cook this noon,
and what do you think? She march
ed right down herself and bought that
TODAY'S WORST RIDDLE
What would Neptune say if the sea
were dried up?
Answer I haven't a notion (an
(Don't cheer, boys at jl time BkO