Mr. Delevan, however, shallow, 1
purse-proud and superficial, felt rath-
er pleased than otherwise that his
daughter should be selected out or
an audience of several hundred to
grace the occasion.
Blushing divinely, Tessie Was. led
to the floral chariot
The act was really a pretty one.
The cavalier mounted the horse,
playing his mandolin and singing a
tender love song to Tessie. He knelt,
he clasped his hands, swinging the
mandolin behind him, all the time
retaining a marvelous balance on
the back of the horse. Then, amid
loud plaudits, horse, chariot, -Tessie,
and all disappeared in a flash be
yond the dressing-room curtain.
"Why doesn't Tessie return?"
somewhat anxiously spoke Mr. Dele
van, five minutes later.
She never returned as Tessie Dele
van. She was whirling along coun
try roads in a swift automobile, her
lover's arm about her. At the first
village a clergyman was awaiting
them. Their arrangements worked
out without a jar and the happy
(Copyright, 191G, W. G. Chapman.)
ONE JUNE WEDDING
He thought himself a despot; it flat
tered him to hear
Her say he was so masterful, so
He felt a bom commander when she
looked up, half in fear,
Yet trustfully, from 'neath her
He wished some one to bully, so he
Her altarward, a timid little thrall;
He thought himself a despot until
after they were wed,
Then he found he was a two-spot
4 that was all
Lee Shippey in Judge.
She You should have married
some stupid, credulous girl.
He Well I did the best I could.
She is. Marguerite Clark, popular
photoplayer. She was born in Cin
cinnati, 0. She made her stage debut
at the age of 12 and scored her
greatest success in "Baby Mine," in
which she starred for three years.
She joined the movies as a star for
Famous Players. Her work in "Wild
flower," "Still Waters," "The Prince
and the Pauper," and "Molly Make
Believe" has won her followers by
Her winsome, childish ways, and
wonderful personality have added to
her popularity. She has red hair,
brown eyes, weighs 110 pounds and
is scarcely more than five feet tall.""
New York is the largest Jewish and
largest - Irish city in the -woiWj
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