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the whole proposition. It made Del--mar
feel good to witness the happi
ness of the poor old couple who own
ed the farm, at receiving sufficient
to make them comforjtable for life.
And then he was unmasked. The
old couple were the uncle and aunt
Elsa Vane had often told him about
Her voice had failed her. and she had
come home disappointed, but willing
to take up again the duties of an
He met her in vast surprise one
day, as Mr. Smith. She blurted out
his real name at first welcome. She
looked proud of him when she knew
how it had come about
And, having found his place in the
world, Delmar naturally sought an
attendant solace love.
"I can't marry you under a false
name," he told Elsa one day, "so I am
going to confess all to the town offi
cials," which he did, with this re
sult: "Smith, Jones or Brown," was the
vehement announcement of the wor
thy mayor, "you've got to stay with
us, at double salary, if you say the
Gladys Brockwell has returned to
Universal City and will play leads
with Robert Leonard.
Jack Kerrigan has finished the last
scenes of "Son of Immortals," a five
reeler soon to be released.
Charles Chaplin has commenced
work at the Climax studios in Holly
wood on his first picture for Mutual.
Kleine announces that Billie Burke
is to appear in a 20-episode serial
called "Gloria's Romance," to be re
leased in May.
Cleo Madison does some fine work
in her latest picture, "Her Bitter
Cup," a story of a woman's sacrifice
for her people the poor.
TOPAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 24, 1809. Ninian Edwards
was appointed governor of the terri
tory of Illinois by Pres. Madison.
STRING TO FORTUNE LEFT THE
Mrs. Richard Harding Davis.
She inherits the $250,000 estate of j
her husband who died recently, but
loses it again if she remarries before
her'baby daughter is 21. Mrs. Davis
was formerly Bessie McCoy, the orig
inal "Yama Yama GirL"
TRUE TO THE LAST
He was a man of perfect health
and it was his boast that he never
had employed a physician and it was
quite remarkable that his death
came so suddenly that although a
physician was called life was extinct
before he arrived. Richford Note in
Tioga County Herald.
No European diplomat has any
thing on the girl who receives three
young men callers on the satae even
ing and keeps them all good-natured.