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For the first time since this strange,
uncanny mystery of a woman flashed
her weird presence on the screens of
the world, she has consented to
speak a word of her life, to put her
pen to paper, and to-set down the in
nermost passions that stir her.
These "things that are in my
heart," as Miss Bara puts it to the
editor of this paper, are going to be
published in these columns.
YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS
THE STRANGE SECRETS OF
THEDA BARA, THE VAMPltfE OF
BEGINNING MONDAY IN THE DAY BOOK
WHAT DO FLOWERS AT EASTER SAY?
FOR YOUR WIFE
FOR LITTLE GIRLS
tf'he Easter "flowergram" is no
longer merely the conventional lily.
The blossom gifts must now be given
according to an etiquette all their
And he who gives his mother the
kind of flowers his sweetheart ought
to have, or his sweetheart the sort
of posies he should have given his
mother, will show himself up as ig
norant of the language of flowers
which Is a very sad state indeed.
For instance, what could be more
terribly embarrassing for a young
lady than to receive on Easter
morning a large azalea plant? Hor
rors! What atrocious taste!
Azaleas are never sent to any one
less than 40 years of age. They are
a sweet gift for one's mother, but
for one's sweetheart never!
But if the Most Wonderful Girl in
the World awakes Easter morning
to find a basket of roses on her door
step, there will be smiles for some
young man when he saunters up that
same step, wearing his Shiny tile and
his cutaway coat, along about
And then as life progresses and the