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! "BOSSY" PRINCESS RULES HER FATHER Ptfuice'jy Xenia of- Monenero Cettinje, Montenegro. Princess Xenia, the elder of King Nicholas un married daughters, is the despair of the foreign legations here on account of her remarkableirifiueifce over him. Her, ideas ae, quite despotic, and she figns 'all, suggestion of "improve ment in thfrgovernment, ibis said. When foreign ministers get the king alone he.is amenable,- but he al ways takes the precaution to ask for a day's grace in which to think mat ters over, which means he talks them over with his"daugliter. More than likely when he sees the ministers again he says, "No"," to their suggestions. o q , Le Grand S. Burton-died, at Berlin, Germany.' ,'', v . PERKINS SAYS HE HAS NO IDEA OF RETIRING New Yqrk, June 11. "I have not the slightest intention of retiring as chairman of the executive commit tee of the Progressive national com mittee," said George W. Perkins in discussing Amos Pinchot's attack upon him before starting up the Hud son on a trip to the Interstate Park. Perkins had as his guests for the outing several New York park com missioners and their friends. The party sailed on the steamer High lander. "What Mr. Pinchot says cannot drive me out of the Progressive party," Perkins continued. "I don't think Mr. Pinchot's letter will either help or hurt him. I don't think any thing will happen as a result of the letter." o o I " ' IN REEL LIFE An erring wife or husband is al ways forgiven, after several years. Then the third person dies, removing a complication. Try 'em all and then come back to your old mate that is feature-film true love . A distracted mother always deter mines to bear the burden for the children's sake. If a comic policeman catches a thief, it is not until he falls all over the village. It is necessary at one stage of the pursuit to flounder into a pond. This has been comedy since the children of Israel crossed the Red Sea, and cannot be omitted. All waifs in motion picture plays certainly ought to be very clean. They are invariably washed ashore somewhere. To make a detective story take one automobile and one locomotive, add carefully to a long chase and serve. The public will continue to fall for it Artists are sad dogs. They can never paint a picture without falling in love in the 'midst of the task. Wm. Pociens struck by Rock Island train. Dead! m M .M J ikA.ifeiwrii' i-. ? "J!