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of her physical graces.
She has been enabled to save her
penniless family from dire -want by
capitalizing her figure in the studio
of George Mellen, Seattle artist of in
Only 19 years old, Miss Reynolds
has managed to provide for an aged
mother, a tubercular sister and has
kept a 13-year-old brother in school
by posing as a model. She poses not
only for Mellen, but before a large
class conducted by the artist
Inability to find other employment
finally decided the girl to present her
self as a model. Mellen says she pos
sesses one of the most perfectly
formed bodies he has ever seen.
She is 5 feet Vfc inch high, has a
faultless skin and large, expressive
' NO NOVELTY
"I wish to look at hats for my wife."
- "Very well. Here is a design which
weeah" the last word."
"Um I tliink she already has that!"
LOCAL CHURCH MEN PRAISE
DAY BOOK SUNDAY SERMONS
By Frederick J. Michel, Field Sec'y of
Laymen's Missionary Movement
"Ministers have been too slow to ,
realize the advantages of the press as
a pulpit. The press can give the ser
mon to thousands where the minister
in his pulpit can speak to but hun
dreds, ram not a believer in Billy
Sundayism, but I do know that he is
accomplishing much good. I am glad
to learn The Day Book is going to
preach his gdspeL"
By Arthur Burrage Farwell, Pres.
Chicago Law and Order League
"Much good win come of the Billy
Sunday sermons in The Day Book.
Say what you please about Sunday
criticize his methods if you will, yet
you will hae to admit that Sunday
gets under the jacket. He jabs in a
truth and then he drives it home. If
Sunday is a "rough-neck,' let us have .
more 'rough-necks.' Many people '
must be aroused before they will turn '
to good. Sunday will awaken them
and I believe he wfll awaken them as
thoroughly through The Day Book as
he would in his tabernacle."
By ReY. John Thompson, correspond
ing sec'y ChL Home Missionary
and Church Extension Society
of Methodist Church
"Let us make the invitation to Sun
day to visit Chicago a city-wide one.
Let The Day Book, with its Sunday
sermons, help to make this invitation
a universal one."
By G. F. Rinehart, sup't Dry Chicago
"I hope Rev. Billy Sunday preaches
a temperance sermon for us in The
Day Book. You know our federation
is trying to temper the thirstfor alco
hol and Billy Sunday helps lots when
he gets his verbs trained against (old
Emil Raduenzel, 64, grocer, 9002
Exchange av.. found dead in bed.