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Ovjtside, Sullivan was.sleeping in his,
chair, iis head dropped forward. : -Tilly
stood looking down, at Jhiifi.
with shining eyes. When he slept
Qn, she slipped forward, and, dropping
pn her knees silently,, guthec lips' to
the sleeve of Sullivan's New York,-
Tnarif'dresBvCoat. Then, flushed and
ppting;she fled back to the room,
andtiqd leaning against the door,
tremplmgi ,with shining eyes.
, 'Yourdear!" she whispered to the
dopyap;ii' "You dear! I'm dippy
PRIMA DONfiA'OF -THEf FILMS
Madame Lotta Ashby Othick.
"You will ruin your career," said
friends of Mme. Lotta Ashby Othick,
when she quit concert singing in lifew
York, two years ago to sing in the
moving picture theaters of the
Nortnwest at the highest salary ever
paid a singer ujx to that time. .
"Oh, no,-1 won't," . said' Lotta, "I
will teach the.'people who go to mov
ing picturehows to demand the best
music, and besides, I will be drawing
steady pay," and you can't do that ais
a concert finger, you know!"
She made'gpod," ' J