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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 15, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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be kidnapers. The entire gang were FETCHING GOWN FOR OUTDOOR
iuii uuvyu, uie mauer oecame puduc i
and Hulbert became a newspaper I
hero.
There f ollowed"" the. immediate re
turn of the alarmed parents of Eunice
Gadsleigh to' England. They over
whelmed Hulbert with their atten
tions. They did more than that
they looked favorably upon the at
tentions of Hulbert towards their
daughter. ,
The medallion is a souvenir in the
happy family of Hulbert and Eunice,
now man and wife.
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COLLEGE CO-ED CAN STAND ON
HER HEAD IN WATER TANK
WEAR
Lili
JAuensclL
Madison, Wis. Miss Lili Muensch
of Pittsburgh is the original college
mermaid. When women swimmers of
the University of Wisconsin saw her
in the big swimming tank, head down
and feet kicking above the water, half
a dozen jumped in to her rescue.
"What did you do that for?" asked
Miss Muensch. And to show that she
was not drowning, she repeated the
trick of standing on her head under
. water.
Cotton duvetine makes the finest
outing costume of any material
brought out this season. A dark blue
duvetine, made with plain skirt and
belted loos.e coat, has a wliite leather
belt and collar. The hat is of white
leather, with blue and white stripe
ribbon band and tailored bdw.
o o- '
THE REAL" REASON
"And you wouldn't begin a journey,
on Friday?"
"Not I."
"I can't understand how you can
have faith in such a silly supersti
tion." "No .superstition about it. Satur-
,-London;is1S2I300,0004idebt.v -4
.day pay-day;" New York World. -
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