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"Duke," cned the -distracted
mother, "Eric is lost again "
"Gru-u-mm-p," said Duke and trot
At sunset a tired youngster and a
Great Dane jogged round the corner.
Eric was hanging onto histoid friend's
collar. Behind them strode a police
man. "I spotted these two ten miles
away, at Marble Arch," reported the
officer. "But the dog kept such
threatening guard over the kiddie
that I was unable to approach; so I
followed them home."
, Duke wagged his tail as if he
"You see, I've taken good care ol
him all right."
FACTS FOR FANS ON THE FILM
What became of Arthur Mackley,
ex-sheriff of the Broncho Billy films'
Oh, he has had a nice vacation and
now he is with the Reliance Mutual
movies. He is producing a novel pic
ture, now, called "The Stilleto." For
two-thirds of a reel'there Js only one
character who appears on thescreen.
Pearl White plays the name part in
the new Pathe. series of "movies"
known as the '"Perils of Pauline."
..Handsome Crane Wilbur is "Harry
Marvin," the attractive lover, and
Paul Panzer is "Raymond Owen," a
very remarkable villain'.
Mae Hotley, the woman who makes
people laugh, is a pioneer in the pic
tures. She has been with. the. Lubin
company for about 15 years. Her fad,
they say, is an auto.ride before Break
fast when the chauffeur has forgotten
what speed laws are.
Mary Pickford's latest success is in
the five-reel picture, "Tess of the
Storm Country," jn which she plays
the rag and' tatter squatter girl as if
to the manner born.
o o )
Fo the twenty-second time- Mrs.
Luck S. Blanchard has been elected
president of the Los Angeles W. C. T.
XL, the largest single union in the
JOLLY DUCHESS,r'HOSTESS AT
Duchess of Hatichesic)
The Duchess Of Manchester is
known among her set in Loddon as
"the jolly duchess," a nanae which
suits her capitally.
She was Helena Zimmerman of
Cincinnati before she married the
duke. 'And now, it is-said, she devotes
half her time to thanking up new
ways of amusing her titled husband.