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times," begged the big man of
the producer. He acquiesced, not
because he thought so much of
King's find, but because he was
perfectly willing to gratify a
fancy of the popular actor.
Edith soon got her chance and
"made good." Now she is one of
the regular members of the stock
company and she often plays
"leading lady" parts opposite to
Mr. Baggbtt. She is" known
among the picture players as his
protege. He, says she -needs Jittle
rehearsal and Y01 so Well with
him that he can almost always
count on her doing "the right
thing, catching ttib cue-from the
expression in his' face or the lines
he may introduce.
Edith had 3 pretty, part in "Of
ficer 174." But i.t isn't necessary
to remind folks who love the
"movie" kiddies about her pic
A BUNCH OF JABS
As a disturber of the peace, the
Hon. Battling Bartzen does not
seem to have had anything on the
Hon. A. A. McCormick.
The South desires to know
what is the matter with the man
hood of Chicago that Jack John
son is still driving autos faster
than the speed limit.
The South does not understand
what a wonderful education John
son is giving the North-as to the
necessity of certain marriage law
"Australia seeks to uplift
In America, the masses seek to
aplift themselves, and are rapidly
doing it despite the best efforts
-of such papers as the Trib.
A Pittsburgh man is growing
lion's head on his shoulders.
tWh$t-JS -the matter with Pitts
Dr. Charles C. O'iJyme mignt
make a -fortune" by starting a
school of introduction in the fine
art Of souWdgsing.
As a statesman the Hon. Cole
Blease is; a great Ben'Tillman.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt
wants American women to throw
away their petticdats and wear
Undoubtedly many of Mrs.
,Catt's sisters vill agree that she
is living upf to her name.
HOW, TO SUCCEED
"Take pains, '(paneb J," said the
'INeyer be led (lead)," said the
"Always keep cqol'said thrice.
"Be, up to date," said the calen
dar, "Make light of everything,"
said the gas.
"Spend much time on reflec
tion," said the mirror.
"Find a god thing and stick to
it," said the glue.
"Strive to make a good impres
sion," said the seal.
"Turn all things to your advan
tage," said the lathe.
"Never do anything off-hand,"
said the glove.
"Make much of little things,"
said the microscope.
"Be sharp," said the knife.
"Make the most of your good
points," said the pin. Horner's"