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flirt Is perhaps the most insidious.
He has greater opportunity to work
without detection than any of the
other knights of the ogling eye.
spoon; if it has reached the perfect
stage, It will break off In delicate
HERO IN NEW FILM
Married men are the most willing
flirts. Men with marriageable
daughters will flirt
Ninety-nine and- a half per cent of
flirts are men.
If a woman flirts, it is generally be
cause she' is lonely.
Society's only chance is to inform
itself regarding the flirt's methods
and take proper action for protection.
The automobile flirt is the most ir
resistible of them alL
Let there be the slightest suspicion
'in a woman's glance and the man
begins to dust his coat and arrange
WHY FURS IN AUGUST?
Why do we have fur sales in dog
days? Why buy muffs when we are wear
xiere's the way a merchant ex
plains this business custom of selling
furs in August:
August is a dull month in the busi
ness of outfitting people. To enliven
business furs are launched; styles in
furs do not vary greatly from season
to season and it Is safe to "advance"
Reason number two is that August
furs are invariably bought on pay
ments, thus giving the purchaser
four months to pay for her bargain.
To determine whether the boiled
fruit juice and sugar have reached
the jellying point, take up a spoonful
of the juice on a chilled spoon. If it
hardens quickly, the juice is ready to
turn into the sterilized molds.
Or drop a spoonful of the hot juice
onto a cold plate. It is ready to "jell"
If it forms a small sheet.
. Or let the juice drip from the
Jack Livingston, former Morosco
star, who will play the lead in "The
Eyes of the World," a film play be--Ing
produced by W. H. Clune of Los
Angeles. It is taken from the novel
by Harold Bell Wright and promises
to be the most-artistic and perfect
picture story yet put out.
"The Eye,s of the World" is a Cal
ifornia novel and is Wright's latest
and most widely advertised work.
Livingston was recommended for the
part by Wright because he was -the
physical counterpart of the hero por
trayed in the story.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 11, 1718. The company of
the west, in charge of Louisiana, ar
ranged for the employment of a brig
ade of miners to exploit the mines
in the Mississippi valley.