"V V v s '
,?here Joe and Mildred stood, con
vulsed with laughter. Joe tore off
the maid's apron and hugged her
"You clever Jenily-! he shouted,
and the two began to do a maxixe
round the room.
"Be careful of the lamp, Joe,"
pleaded Mildred Benton, holding her
"Oh, I wish you could have seen
her face!" said Jenny, gasping.
The sound of Tom's key in the out
er door sobered them. He came in
"Hello, you folks! Glad to see you
all!" he said. "Mildred, dear!"
He kissed her fondly, and at that
moment Mildred Benton knew that
the latest platonic infatuation had
become dissipated even without her
carrying out of Joe's scheme.
"Milly, you look prettier every
day," said Tom. "I'm as hungry as
a bear. Hurry up the dinner!"
Frank Daniels, American comic
opera comedian, has joined the Vita
"Mike," Vitagraph white rat actor,
has died. He became too fond of sul
Pearl White and Creighton Hale
are featured in a new Pathe play
Paramount's "My Lady Incog,"
featuring Hazel Dawn, was filmed in
St Augustine, Fla.
Anita King and Victor Moore are
co-stars in a new Lasky production,
"The Traveling Salesman."
A day-and-night cafe has been add
ed to the Keystone studios. Mack
Sennett intends to have continuous
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., is now
using the movies in Colorado mining
camps as a free recreation for the
Helen Gibson, Kalem's daring star,
admits she is superstitious. She re
fuses to do anything that the dream
IF YOU SEND"HER" A BONQUET,
SEND ONE FOR HER HAT
"Right up high where it can be
seen," that's where milady will wear
her bouquet this spring. On her hat
instead of at the corsage. A Paris
Sir Columbus discovered Amer
ica on three schooners..-What would
he have done if he'd had a keg? t
AUilL A. - ,
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book says will bring bad luck.
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