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I a day and it Is usually a lamb chop.
Other than fruit she is given no
' sweets. I never permit her to eat
candy. Her supper consists of a ce-
real or rice and cream, with the re-
mainder-of her certified milk. This
i is light and easily digested. While
J the work at the studio is not hard,
'- there is a nervous strain connected
'Lf with it and a child is not capable of
I digesting a heavy meal at night.
About an hour and a half after Zoe
has eaten her supper she is then
given a bath and put to bed. She is
always in bed by 7:30 and sleeps
soundly until 7 o'clock next morning.
At present Zoe is not studying. She
is yet too young. However, when she
has reached the age of 7 we will hire
a teacher. She will have fewer hours
of work and more time to study. This
is all stipulated in her contract v
' Frequently mothers will ask me
when she gets time to play. Her
work is her play. It is her life she
loves if If there is no work at the
studio and we are home, instead of
playing with dolls, Zoe is playing
'studio." The reason she is so suc
x cessful is because motion pictures
are a game td her.
With it all, however, she is willing
to take criticism. When I think she
hasn't done as well as she should I
will frequently say: "Zoe, mother
' was a littl disappointed in you today.
I'm afraid you slipped down a little
on the ladder of fame; you must do
better tomorrow." And she always
It doesn't pay to 'praise children
too much. Of-course, this doesn't
mean that you must discourage
them. But point out to them that
D there is always room for improve
ment. Good, frank criticism is nec
essary if one is to improve.
Most children playing in pictures
grow prematurely old. This is not
the case with Zoe. She is still typ
ically a baby and this is her most
prized asset. However, even as she
grows older, because of the manner,
in which I am educating her, she "will
never lo,se her naturalness and con
sequently her value asa queen of the
screen will never diminish. She will
always Jie. ajsiar.
"BLUEBIRD" HAT FALL FAD
This is the new Smohn "Blue Bird"
hat of the new shade of cerise panne
velvet, with Alice blue facing, shirred
tam-o'shanter crown and ornament
of jet. The colarette is of Kolinsky
HIS FIRST VIEW
DJ Mary Walker, known the coun
try over for her devotion to mascu
line dress, was once taking a stroll
along the road to Wareham, a Mass
achusetts town. On the road she
met a native Yankee and inquired of
"Is this the way to Wareham?"
"Well," said the Yankee, rubbing
his eyes, "I'm darned if I know. It's
the first time I ever seen any on a
lady." Ladies' Home JournaL
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