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She can "sprint" and she can
play outdoor scenes with a gen uine delight which adds greatly to the realism of her pictures. Like so many of the popular moving picture players, she has an abundance of beautiful hair and splendid eyes. Acting is almost second nature with her because she has been doing this sort of work since she was eight years told. She has played in the "Little Princess,'' "Rip Van Winkle" and was in the original cast of "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch." The last part she played was" Emma Jane in "Rebecca of Sun nybrook Farm." Edith Storey has heaps of friends. She thinks being a "movie" favorite is good business and a fascinating occupation. Look for Edith next time you see a Vitagraph film. HIS ONE MISTAKE Two pickpockets were standing on their trial notorious thieves, who had been caught at last red handed. None the less, they con trived somehow to put up a good defense, thanks mainly to the cleverness of the lawyer whom they employed. The detective who had effected the arrest spent a miserable twen ty minutes in the witness-box, contradicting himself repeatedly. "Then what made you suspect the men?" asked the lawyer. "As I said before, one of them was wearing an overcoat with a slit in the lining, so that he might operate more easilv." "Come, come!" said the lawyer. "Would you arrest me if you saw me wearing such an overcoat?" "No, sir. I happen to know who you are; you're a lawyer." "Well, what's the difference be tween a lawyer and a pick pocket?" The detective shook his head. He really didn't know, he muttered. FIRST GIRL PAGE IN MICH IGAN LEGISLATURE Lansing, Mich., Jan. 18. The first girf page ever appointed to run errands for Michigan law makers, and perhaps the first in the whole U. S., is pretty little Miss Blanche Fralick, 15 year-old daughter of Representative Tom Fralick of Manistee. Blanche is the middle one of three Fralick girls, and when Tom introduces them proudly he says: "These are my daughters. Ain't they fine girls?" They are. Blanche blushed when she was appointed a page by Speaker Currie at the request of her ad mirers among her father's law making associates. But she be lieves in woman's suffrage. "1 think it will be fine fun," she says. "You know, I sat by papa all through the last session, so I know my duties and I'll perform them well. We women must be ready to bear some of the burdens of government if we ever expect to vote." Then Blanche smiled. She What shall we get the baby for his birthday? He I wish we could get him the rest of his teeth.