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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 27, 1912, Image 12',
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Ing through" the arteries of the
the end of that time the
fhish of life had returned to the
cheeks of the child. A quart of
blood had been transferred.
The doctor was marble pale.
He was weak, but happy. He had
played a desperate game with
death, andTiad won.
An. hour later the baby was
happily pulling at a bottle of
milk. ' . "
i .Dr. Sanders said never a word
about his escapade and how he
had broken the speed laws of Chi
cago and Illinois and .bought a
baby's life with a quart of blood.
r"But his ghastly face and ban
daged armrgave him away. And
so the story came out. "
Dr. Sanders is "a Des Moines
boy, a graduate of Rush medical
college of the class of 1911.
, It makes me nervous when
some joker playfully points, a gun
at me., I tremble so that I can't
keep 'from breaking the gun over
" Don't pull off until tomorrow
yhat can be dne today. If a trav
eling hog has his baggage piled
oh the only remaining vacant
seat, put it off right away.
I dont' like a letter with a "law
y.erish" tone to it. Neither does
the one who writes it, after I
hand him my "reply in. person. .
It always gives me a thrill of
pleasure to have some cut-up steal
up behind me and startle me. v
What accentuates the pleasure is
that I have him where1 1 can get
my'hands on him.
' n n
THIS HAT JS PRETTY EVEN
-Most hats are pretty only in the
light. Here's a hat, however,
that's pretty in the dark. It is
trimmed -with flowers,' according
to Popular Mechanics, which can
be illuminated by electricity.
The girl who wears it can
throw the current on or off ;by
means of a switch, hidden in her
muff. Such a hat, it is respect
fully suggested, is rough to the ,
good-night kisser ' unless the
kissee is willin'.
i o o
Styles may change but the 1912
pocketbook has that flattened
look that characterized the 1911
Age has no terrors
Young g.nd?3ill Bryan.