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member I always love you, even
though I am not one of those clever
men who are so ready with written
words of endearment."
When Dick does say anything
sweet, I think it sounds nicer than
anything any other man has ever said
$ to me. Perhaps it is because he is
rather chary of his love-making since
our marriage. However, I know that
he is a man who is particularly fasci
nating to a woman; his very aloof
ness makes a woman feel that she
would like to make him compliment
her. I wonder if there ever were any
' vows between Eleanor Fairlow and
Dick. I have not seen her all this
Goodness! she is in Detroit, at this
moment I wonder if Dick knows this,
and will he see her.
Margie, Margie, don't be a jealous
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Why is it the flames of a lamp or
a gas jet always go up and never
Of course, the lamp wick is turned
upward and so is the gas jet, but if
they were turned down it would be
just the same with the flames they
would shoot upward.
And the reason is that gases made
in the flames are very hot, and, as
hot gases are much lighter than cold
gases that made up the air around
them, the hot gases of the flame tend
to rise. A second reason is that every
flame as the hot gases rise makes a
$ draught for itself. As the hot gases
go up, the space they leave is filled
from below and this goes steadily on
making a draught.
Have you ever watched a French
laundress starching fine muslins and
laces? She starches and claps and
claps. The object is to prevent-the
starch from remaining on the surface
of the cloth to be cooked by the hot
iron in unsightly patches.
'GIDDY CIBBY" QUITS HOTEL-TO-THEATER
LIFE FOR MOVIES
As a baby Margaret Gibson was
carried on the stage, and at the age
of three she spoke her first lines.
Since then her life has been one long
succession of hotels and theaters.
Her one desire to have a home of her
own was what prompted her to enter
pictures, and now she is the little
Vitagraph star, heading the Santa
Monica organization in California.
Miss Gibson, or "Giddy Gibby," as
she is often called, has just celebrated
her nineteenth birthday.
If the victors in that Aisne battle
want to get their names in the papers,
they'd better finish it before that
world's tihampionsmp baseball serje3
gets started. '"