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"PICTURES" ARE JUST LIK E PICNICS FOR MILDRED
Mildred Hutchinson is all curls and smiles. She loves to see her self in pictures when she is "all fixed up" and fluffy. And she feels very sorry for her unfortu nate little self when she has to take a forlorn, poorly dressed child's part. Mildred just lives in her parts and would go without lunch any time to furnish a picture. She is the darling of the Pathe Freres eastern company and does all her work with the players who have headquarters at the Hoboken studio. Very often it is necessary to go over to the Palisades or down in to the city to get "atmosphere" and background for the pictures. And that's the time Mildred is in her glory. It is a picnic as well as a picture for her. o o Daily Healthogram. Lock the doors of the brain when you go to bed. If this seems impossible study the state of the stomach. Probably it is the wedge which prevents the closing of the door. A light evening meal will very often remedy this condition. o o i Looks like extravagance for Johnnie Rockefeller to put up ten millions "to learn more about white slavery." Chief Kohler is abroad and Johnnie might team quite a bit more in Cleveland for .ten dollars.