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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 05, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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"I guess I've been wrong, mother,"
he said at length, huskily. "We've
had our .day and we mustn't expect
the younger people to think about us.
I.guessI guess we can afford anoth
er college course, whether we live to
see it through or not eh, mother?"
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TITLE OF "GOLDY GIRL" JUST
FITS ELSIE McLEOD
Eisie McLeod.
One of the merriest little maids in
the big Bronx aggregation of players
who put out the Edison moving pic
tures bears the name of Elsie Mc
Leod. She is a real Elsie, all right,
with heaps of goldy hair and a pink
and white complexion.
Sometimes :she is quite a grown
up lady, wearing ever such fanciful
gowns. And other times she just
does a little girl- act.
Asked to "teH;how. she makes these
quick changes,;JVIiss. McLeod declares
that ta,king,dbwn'her:hair and short
ening fyer dresses are the chief and
very simple'ways used.
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ACTRES&TKlOT AFRAID TO SHOW
SOCKLESS TOOTSIES
Mile. Renouardt's Foot.
Paris. With rings on her fingers
and a few bells and things on her
toes, Mile. Renpuardt, popular Pari
sian actress,, started the no-stocking
fad. She has abandoned shoes for
sandals:
USERjTHINT
When in doubt use simplified spell
ing and people will think you are
learned. rMacon Telegraph.
Lawyer The . cross-examination
did not seem to worry you. Have
you had any- previous experieuce?
Client Six children.

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