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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 16, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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. lessq1ns:om;ireS jSojj&his; beauty -
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"I always go to bed -with a smile
on my. face,, and I know the. smile Will
be there inthe morning." -
'BY IDAH McCLONECIBSON't ..
Copyright, -1914, by TreneHough
Youth is .always "beautiful. It has;
a" fascination, all its-owi. And'jnostr
of that fascination -is in'its 'promise.
The tragedy is notlin-fhe-number-
of added' years; butin -the failure in;
most of us to,redeemvthBtpr6mises of;
youth. " " . ' '"'
. Irene Hough, who .was ju3ged,th'e
luu ICICUUUC rgUl IU-AU1C11U,
sciouslytstartedrto 'make.'good .some
of heryouthful 'promises.
r Alttiough-sha has-been working in
"a-telephone' exchange shehas kept
herrosjr complexion her bright eyes
-'and;Eer--id'e'smile of -'happiness and
Jgop'd' nature. v
I 'As 3ongas she can-,carry-these" with
luer-uiruugu uie'uutimig years just so
2-eitfcer-consefwsly--or-iw -
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