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"That is the assistant of our old
clergyman," said Mary, and she
blushed furiously. "Oh, papa," she
continued breathlessly, "he is the
friend and helper of everyone. He
came here two years ago. He does
not preach, although Ee takes half of
the visiting duties off the shoulders
of our minister. He is adored by the
poor and friendless, he is beloved by
everyone. And oh, papa I love him
we are engaged!"
Robert Dale made an excuse to
shorten his visit He kept out of the
way of this Alan Moore, whom he
had recognized as Eldren Wareham.
He left the place never to return and
from the next town sent for Ware
ham, and learned his story the story
of a reformed man giving luster and
glory to the name of poor, outcast
"Forget me and the past you
shall never be troubled," asserted
Then he went back to his prison
duties. His first step was to refuse
the promotion. His next to sturdily
settle back into the rut of his inferior
capacity, sacrificing to a sense of
honor his own preferment that two
young hearts might be happy.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
Chester Conkiin, popular Key
stonite, will make his next appear
ance as a bad man from the west, in
"Cinders of Love."
Joyce Fair, aged 11, and one of
the best known child stars in Amer
ica, has joined Essanay and will make
her debut in "Joyce's Strategy."
After "Hoodoo Ann," Mae Marsh
and Robert Harron will be starred in
"The Little Apache," work having al
ready commenced on the production.
"Jack" O'Brien, who directed Mary
Pickford in "The Foundling," will re
main as a regular director tor the Fa
mous Players company.
Donald Crisp has just completed
the direction of "Ramona," Helen
Hunt Jackson's novel of early Cali
fornia days. It is the longest film yet
produced, being a 13-reel affair.
Wm. F. Shap, who is starred with
Annette Kellerman in Fox's "million
dollar film," was a bank clerk in Min
neapolis before he entered movies.
SHE S A "POSTER GIRL"
"The Poster Girl." That's- the title
of Miss Alice Maison, whose bright
eyes beam out upon Calif ornians
from Tia Juana to Eureka. She was
chosen the "poster girl" for the Panama-California
sition, at San Diego, and her picture
is on all the posters for the big fair
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