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-ciscoVrthCharley Miller in
knockout Brbwh, Greek bat
tled, fights Jack Dillon tonight in
Winnipeg , Can.
JLas. y.egshysian, hp xam-
ined Jackjohn&n sa?s the smoke
lacks in enautartce.
Canada's Olympic team, 45
strong, sailed yesterday.
EVERY WOMAN CAN BE BEAUTIFUL BILLIE BURKE
Editors Note. Miss Burke is
Writing this series of articles ex
clusively for The Day Book, a
great American actress for the
first time telling her public how
she wins their adoration.
By Billie Burkfe.
The first word all
should be beautiful, "
Of course, you will immediate
ly say, all women cannot be beau
tiful, but I must contradict you
and tell you that
Every woman can be pleasing
to the eye if she cares to be so.
I have greatly sympathized
with Lovey Mary when she said
so despairingly to Mrs. Wiggs.:
' "Ain't I never goin' to have noth
in' just 'cause I hain't got it al
ready?" Someone ought td have
told that poor little child that she
could have anything she wahted
,in this world if she wanted it bad
We girls all want to be beauti
ful at least I have' never known
one who did notbut we don't
.'Want to be beautiful bad enough
to Work for it.
' Beauty is hot a God-given gift
in the sense that some are bom
beautiful and some ate not. Beau
ty, like everything else t fn this
wdrld that is worth having, can
only be obtained by hard work
rand much thought. You "may
think that if ydu have money you
can purchase some things, but
you will find that someone, some
where, sometime, has had to work1
for everything you possess. '
Physical beauty, like true love,
cannot be bought If you want
fj Kr iv 4 "V aSawSWBIHB
it you must work, and work hard
HoW shall one go about it to
obtain beauty? -
Every girl should be taught
that her appearance is the lettec