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ten by Henry Arthur Jones, the emi
nent British author, and it is called
"The Lie." Most of it is tiresome.
The exceptions" are two crises, badly
built up but powerful when they are
reached, in which. Miss Illington
does some fine acting! two five-minute
thrills that almost atone for all
the play's faults. Violet Heming and
Aubrey Smith given her notably ex
The holidays have witnessed a reg
ular epidemic of musical shows. One
of them, which will undoubtedly
stick around quite a while, is "Hello,
Broadway!" the reveue written and
staged by Geo. M. Cohan, and in
which he and Wm. Collier are the
star performers. Cohan is back to
his dancing again, and the show is
generally full of "pep."
"Tonight's the Night," with the
original London Gayety company, Is
a corking good musical production of
the English brand, and has caught
on well at the Shubert. "Lady Lux
ury," with Ina Claire featured, at the
Casino, is lighter than the others, but
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has nevertheless a tuneful score and
plenty of life.
GLEAMS FROM THE BRIGHT,
Now many bones are busted
In every football game!
Shin-bones, ribs and collar-bones
How many men made lame!
Hip-bones, skulls and backbones,
And bones of every sort,
Are fractured when the college boys.
Meet for their autumn sport.
But there's one harm the game can't
Whatever else it does;
There is one bone the game can't
What is it? Why, "the luz!
Look it up in the dictionary. We
Mayba Japan's going "dry." She
has to import so much rice that her
economists are denouncing the con
sumption of 20,000,000 bushels of it
by the breweries.
CAMERA" iRENE HOUGtf
BY IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
There comes a time in every girl's
life when she wants to have her pic
ture taken for some one she loves
very dearly. Naturally she wants to
look her best
When you have your picture taken
try to be as unconscious of the cam
era as possible.
When Miss Irene Hough was judged
the most beautiful telephone girl in
the Essanay contest there was some
doubt on the part of the film people
as to whether she would photograph
"The amateur," said Mr. Totten,
director of "The Way of the Wom
an," "gets stage fright when she
faces a camera."
But when Miss Hough made her
appearance on the scene it was found
that she was particularly modest and
simple minded in doing just what was
asked of her to make the picture play
Usually when one goesto have
one's picture taken the first.mistake
one makes is by dressing in some
strange manner that makes her pic
tures look unnatural to friends. Then
in the anxiety to look her best she
overdoes the smiling pose.
A frequent mistake is that of hav
ing one's hair done at the hairdress
er's. Just why any one should want
her hair done at the hairdresser's at
any time-is a mystery to me.
The only thing a hairdresser does
is to make your head look like one
of those wax figures in the depart
ment store windows. You certainly
never look human after the polite