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loves you. Forgive!" whispered Du
Johnson clasped the man's hand in
his. He waited there until the breath
grew fainter, stopped. Johnson clos
ed the dead eyes and closed the
mouth of the shelter securely. Then
he set his feet upon the trail back
to Marie's cabin.
KELLERMAN'S IDEAS OF REALISM
pered. . "I followed you. I saw you
In the valley. I made a detour and
went behind you, to kill you be
cause you took the girl I loved."
Johnson stared wide-eyed at him;
he seemed to be interpreting his own
heart. "- -
"I hated you when Marie refused to
marry me. Stay by me till I die. She
I 55 I
Annette Kellerman, "the diving'
Venus," has decided to remain in the
movies and to forsake the vaudeville
stage forever. But no cheap produc
tions for Miss Annette!
When Miss Kellerman signed a
contract to act for one of the large
movie producers, it was stipulated
that she be 'allowed the privilege of
working out her own themes, SO
She took a company of nearly 200
people to Jamaica, British West In
dies, and in Montego Bay had an
under-water city built Tremendous
glass cages were used and the "set"
covered several acres before it was
finished. Sea weed of fantastic shape
was used, and members of the finny
tribe unconsciously became movie
actors to carry out Miss Kellerman's