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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 04, 1912, Image 14',
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"Had no temper at alL , She
was just a, butterfly-no thoughts,
no fixed ideasj" no anything but
a pretty face."
"So you do remember her!"
"No. I arrive at those thinerS
by. deduction.." I 'detest temper-1
less girls." - - ,
, "Have I a temper?" N
- "It's not necessary to take your
temperature, td Jmow prou aVe
feverish. YoUr adjectives are
"Please, may I kiss you now?
"How do I know yatl wont tell
v theynext girl that this 'was only a
' .hospital, flirtation?'"
"Because I love" you and will
keep on laving yoif forever!"
) "And that Tm a temperlfess,
" 'vgirl' and gave you $Uch 'beastly'
She laughed ever so lightly,,
but there tyas a pitiful Jittlej
squeak in herv.oifce-spm6where. -
"You're efuel There's just one
woman m atf the world lor tne.
That nnefs vdu. Dolores "
Dolores lodlced away- Whea
she turned her great eyes' -updu
r him again, he was' Sure-he saw
something upon 'the lashes that
caught the light and broke it into
a thousand rays.
"Will youJet me kiss you
now?" hp whispered.
She bent over until her hair'
touched his forehead and her lips
pressed tight tipOn his for a full
"Have I changed so mtich as
that?"' shetffeathed. '"Caii'tyou
-H- i ;t. -
Swiftly, rioiielessly, like a
frightened fawn,.she,fled fronxtheg
room, leaving only the echo of Iter1
sqb to keep ner patient company. t
- THE PRESIDENTIAL
Washington, DV May 4. m
Proprietors of presidential b'ootns 1
todiy made the following claitns ;
for the respective candidates Op
to and including today: r -
Delegates in conentioh . . 1,016 yv
Necessary to choice 539 J
Claimed for Taf t ..-.,, . . 493$
Claimed for Roosevelt 291 g
Conceded by-lfoqevelt 3
managers. to Tspft- . -137& '1
Conceded by Taf t managers J
tp Roosevelt. . . 4 229 J
Instructed for Lapllette, . 364 j
Instructed for Cummins! : . 10
Coiitested by Taft inanagers f2 Cjj
Contested by Roosevelf ' j?
manager? . , . ..., . t , . 154 ;
Delegates in cbnvelftion...l,(2 "t
Necessary to ehVice 729N
Claimed for, Clark ,&$ "
Claimed for .Wilspn, ...,.-. 128 ,
Conceded to Clark by' .
Wilsbn -managers ....... l4j3 ,
Conceded to Wilson-hy J
CIark managers .. J52
Instructed for Underwood, t-J
Instructed for Marshall .... 30
Instructed rf or -Burlce ., iO
Instructed for Foss...... 36
Instructed for Baldwin ...... lwS
Ciaimed, for. Harmon, 4va
IJhinstructed i ........... 114 v3
3 . -JE j
- This is the -moving man's b?
business season. '