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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1913, Image 15

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"And you have-.cbme to stay? You
will-not-leave us? " She turned to her
husband. "0, my dear," she cried, "to
think that wfi should, own the only
French, cook in Stapleton. And it's
truel" j3heseized the, girl's hands and
almost. nulled :her through the door.
U .(Copyright by W. GV'Chapman.)
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TIRED OF HIGH" SOCIETY, AMERICAN GIRL LEAVES HOME IN
pear within the tibusef she saw "him
bend over his wife,, saw'-her start up
incredulously and, look at him with
eyes that" searched His soiil. Then
she was runningout .of the .house,
with Lindsay at her side.; v .
"You! LucUleI"she;crie'dI
"Yes, madame."-
SEARCH OF WORK
' ' Lucy Bigelow Dodge.
Lost in London," an American girl, granddaughter of a former Amer
ican ambassador to-Pran'ce, and the London papery are advertising rewards
for information concerning her whereabouts. i
The missing girl is Lucy Bigelow Dodge, daughter of the Hon. Mrs.
Lionel Guest, who 'when she; married the brother of Baron AsTiby St
Ledgers, was .Flora Bigelow Dodge, daughter of the late John Bigelow,
author and diplomat. ' "
The last- seek of Miss .Dodge was when, she. drove from, her mother's
home, 44 Seymour street; Portman Square,. London, accompanied by a
maid,, foHowg-the statement (that she intended to .seek employment, as
Bhe .wastire'd'of'idleness.' . - - "' - " -

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