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She nodded, faintly. The man's 1
passion seemed suddenly to leave
"You always wanted kids, didn't
you, Elsie," he said.
"Harry," she sobbed, "they are all
in the world to me- they and he."
The struggle on his face was piti
ful. Then suddenly he clapped on his
hat and strode toward the door.
"I'm going," he said, halting. "I'm
going, Elsie. God bless you. And I'm
going to think of you and and run
straight, if I can."
A moment later the door had
closed behind him.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
Gladys Coburn is the latest of
beauty stars to lend her charms to
the screen, appearing in Kalem's
"The Black Crook."
Jacksonville, Fla., received a shock
recently when Sis Hopkins, in full re
galia, paraded down the main
thoroughfare for a film scene.
Bessie Love demonstrated David
Griffith's ability to discover comers
by her splendid work in "Acquitted."
She divides honors with Wilfred Lu
cas 'and Mary Alden.
Henry Walthall, Essanay player,
believes in variety. He has a motpr
car and has just purchased a fine
thoroughbred saddle horse. He en
joys a canter fully as much as a spin
through the park.
A big knitting concern wants to
supply Lillian Walker, Vitagraph's
star, with stockings for the rest of
her life if she will wear their hosiery
and display their trade mark, in a
new picture, similar to Vitagraph's
recent feature, "Green Stockings."
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
March 9, 1803. The secretary of
war directed the commander of De
troit to send an officer and six men
to make a preliminary examination
of the site on the shore of Lake
Michigan where it was planned to
build Fort Dearborn.
MRS. VANDERBJLT'S "SPORT'
MR.5 WM K VANDERBILT
Palm Beach's latest craze is the
sport costume. One of the most cor
rect is this of Mrs. Vanderbilt De
spite its conventional cut, an odd
style note in the coat, which buttons
only on the collar and belt, gives it
distinction. The material is a new
kind of wool jersey of angora finish.
The silk hat she wears with it has an
Indian border of pointed embroidery
over the edge.