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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 03, 1912, Image 15

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himself staring at a photoghaph
vvo MarjoYie.
He stared at it; he stared, at
Her. That was the identical
dress with the chiffon ; that was
the hat; and
Nobody was in sight.
"Marjorie!" he exclaimed; and
that was all that he could ever re
member. For when he felt Mar
jorie's lips on his everything else
became the merest shadow of a
dream.
"Marjorie," he said presentjyy
"how did it happen ? Do,you sup
pose there's really anything in the
thing? How could your photo
graph have got there? rl'm going
to try again?"
"Don't!" said Marjorie.
She was too late, for the ma
chine had already delivered aa
other -photograph of Marjorie,
and then it delivered another, and
then one more more, and then, "
"O Marjorie, what an ass I've
been," said Frank humbly. "To
think I made you put , them
there"
' "How dare you!" said Mar
oxie, stamping her foot angrily.
"But"
"But I had a photograph, too,
and he doesn't look like you."
- "O well,. I don't believe in that
-nart of it," said Frank, as, he tone
the florid young man's likeness
-into fragments." "And" now I re
"inember jtelling you how "
"All you've got to remember,"
answered Marjorie, "is that this
3s 1912."
MUD GUARD FOR SHOES.
r
Summer evening wraps are be
ng made with flowered linings.
Besides the, coal and dock
strikes and the militant suffra
gette, the good people of Eng
land appear to be suffering from
too much mud in. their roads at
least a recent issue of the British
excuse for a patent office gazette
would give such indication, as
there are, numerous devices pic
tured in it' for avoiding mud. '
Onejof the most unique is a
mud guard for shpes. This guard
only protects the heel of the
shoe, but it is said to afford the
njost ample protection' to the
heel. It is a property shaped piece
of leather or rubberized fabric
permanently attached to the shoe
between the heel and the upper.
It is so made that it juts' out
from the heel and keeps the mud.
from being plastered on the shoe.
In fine leather the guard may be
turned up and it is provided with
a snap like a glove fastener to
hold it in place when not in use.
o o
"You are run down, my dear
sir," diagnosed a physician. "You
want a sea voyage. What is your
profession ?"
"I am captain of a South Afri
can liner and arrived yesterday
from Durban 1"

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