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"be glad you. are alive and are going
to get well." And, although I did not
realize what had happened to me. I
was glad I was alive and with him
and so I closed my eyes and went to
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
(Copyright, 1914, by the Newspaper
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HAZEL DAWN WILL PLAY THE
New York. When Hazel Dawn,
makes her debut in "The Debutante"
next August she will have to play a
violin solo, as well as sing and do
dance steps. So the musical comedy
star has sailed away to Munich .to be
"coached" by the German fiddler.
Clubwomen-in Indiana-propose to
establish an opera company.
LUBIN FILMS ALWAYS SHOW MAE
HOTELY IN STAR PART
Mae Hotely may well be admitted
to be the star comedienne of the sev
eral Lubin stock companies. Every
week the firm releases a picture story
in which she is the central figure.
If you see a suffraget, a comedy old
woman, or agrressive mother-in-law,
that is Mae Hotely. She is an actress
of considerable ability, but has won
her advancement more in the silent
drama than upon the stage. She is so
enthusiastic over the work that she
has no desire to change.
Miss Hotely is a French woman
born in Paris and educated at the
Convent of Notfe'Dame, but now by
adoption a thorough American.
She is a clever horsewoman and
If soot-falls-orr carpet, cover with
salt, aud brush up lightly.
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