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far, to let a man kiss me just for the
sake of your old railroad? I know
John loves me, and I don't care
"whether he handles your case or
not." - -
"If you marry him," Wade shout
ed, "I shall call you no daughter of
mine! Not even if he takes the case!
Takes it! I don't want to see your
face again, sir!" he shouted to John.
Helen placed her hand on John's
shoulder. "If you go, I shall go with
you, dear," she said.
For a moment Wade struggled with
his emotions. Then, suddenly, his
"John," ' he said, holding out his
hand, "forgive me. I guess I didn't
mean all that Take her. And you'll
take the case?"
"No, sir," said John. "I have look
ed further into it, and it is infamous.
I am going to oppose it to the utmost
of my power."
"Then," said Wade, quietly, "we'll
have a battle royal over that. A bat
tle royal in the family."
Nance O'Neill makes her debut
with Lubin in "The Fires of St.
John," which was filmed in Thomas
"The Writing on the Wall" is the
next play for Earle Williams, Vita
English movie fans have nicknam
ed Helen Gibson, Kalem's daring star,
"the nervy flapper." "Flapper" is
English slang for "chicken."
The Keystone "Gypsy Joe,'' featur
ing Joe Jackson, has been delayed
owing to the inability of Joe to pro
ceed with the scene. He was hit with
a green pumpkin.
Vitagraph has a new Stewart for
leading lady. Her name is Lucille,
and no relation to the charming
Anita. She will also be under the
personal direction of Vitagraph's
veteran director, Ralph Ince.
Anita King, Paramount girl, pre
sided at the dedication of the Em
press theater in Salt Lake City.
CALIFORNIA TEACHERS WANT
A YEAR OF REST
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Miss Blanche L Vance
Los Angeles. California teachers
have started a movement for a year
of freedom from worry over school
routine. They will petition the state
legislature to declare a sabbatical
year in which teachers may recuper
ate from the distractions of long
service in the schoolroom.
Miss Blanche L. Vance, a Los An
geles teacher backing the plan, said:
"The average teacher can't stand
more than seven years straightaway
work without a rest. She should
stop, then, for a year, and get her
second wind. She isn't much good,
really, until she gets this, anyway."
GAS O' LEON '
I wouldn't buy self starters
Kept my money in the bank
But finally I had to
Wife mistook me for a crankJ J