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Sometimes you are only a cliild your
self In your naive -wish for a good
time, and then again the wisdom of
the sages seems to rest under that
copper colored dome of yours."
"Who is the flatterer now, Jim?"
"Is Dick coming after you?" he
said, ignoring the question.
"I I think so," I stammered. "If
he does not I am going home with
Mollie and Chad. I hope it does not
make you miserable to see how hap
py they are."
"On the contrary, I am glad. I love
Mollie very differently from the way
Hatton loves her, and I can see now
that my way mould probably be very
tame to a young girl. XA man is a fool
not to marry when he is younger,"
he continued with a sigh.
"You mean before his enjoyment
of love is burned out?"
"I mean before all the best girls
are snapped up by the other fellows,"
he 'answered somewhat grimly.
"And you will dance with me?"
asked a low voice near where Jim and
I had stopped to rest a moment
"With pleasure, Mr. Stuart"
"Come on, Donna," pleaded Jim,
"let us show these two people how
real dancers can do it"
(To Be Continued.)
SO MR. PARKER'S FEELINGS WILL
NOT BE HURT
In The Day Book story of news
paper sluggers yesterday it was
stated Harrison Parker of Hearst's
American is a "green man." It was
not meant he is just starting in the
newspaper game. What The Day
Book meant was that Parker is con
sidered in the publishers.' association
as a sort of cub alongside old veter
ans like Victor Lawson and John
i Cambridge, Mass. Wm. Harnett,
banker and clubman, and Miss Annie
Ellery, descendant of signer of the
Declaration of Independence, will
wed after romance that began 40
ELEPHANTS ARE FRIENDS OF
THIS 'MOVIE" ACTRESS
Virgina Pearson, who will be re
membered for her work with Robert
Hilliard and "The Vampire Woman,"
finds time from her arduous work
in the "movies" to study the lives
and habits of the afcimals in the New
York zoo and very often she can be
found here with the elephants in