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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 03, 1912, Image 14

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Triumphantly she returned hjs
gaze, and a smile of disdain rest
ed on her perfect lips. Neither
spoke a word, but their unwaver
ing eyes spoke volumes. For him
they told of the hatred for him
that throbbed in her bosom, of
the long years of suffering that
had transferred the gentle dove
into the eagle craving revenge.
Sijently he turned to -hiscaptof s,
without a murmur of reproach,
and bowed his head. And as he
passed into the outer darkness,
her light laugh Scorched his ears.
From the window she watched
them pass through the gate and
down the shadowy street. And
as they disappeared in the gath
ering gloom, she threw herself
on the sofa and burying her face
in the yielding cushions burst in
to a wild torrent of tears.
TWO DOGS, ONE'S WORTH $.1,000 THE OTHER $2
Upper picture the $2 -dog; lower the $1,000 dog.
Here are two dogs. They look
much alike. They might be broth
er and sister.
But "Quilceda Queen" is worth
J$1,000. Nobody's dog is worth
just $2. Tomorrow he won't be
worth anything. He'll Be dead.
"Quilceda Queen" is a prize
show dog.
"Nobody's Dog" is waiting at
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