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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 28, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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'W'SSISS
WHERE SPEAKER CLARK'S DAUGHTER WILL BE
MARRIED AND THE BRIDE-TO-BE HERSELF
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Above is "Honey Shuck," home of
Speaker Clark in Bowling Green, Mo.,
where his daughter, Miss Genevieve,
will be married to James M. Thomp
son, New Orleans publisher. The pic
ture of Miss Clark was taken of her
the other day while she was in the
midst of her wedding preparations.
GIRL ACCUSED OF THEFT ASKS
FAIRNESS FROM WOMEN
Mineola, L. I., June 28. "I am the
woman in the case and I will have to
bear the odium," declared pretty
Ruth Taylor-Conlin before she ap
peared in court today to face a
charge of rifling summer cottages at
fashionable Sea Gliffe, Long Island,
with Pefald Clapham, her 12-year-
old sweetheart
"Since all this trouble they have
said terrible things about me," con
tinued the girL "But they are not
true and I want the world to know
they are not true. I am not entitled
to have all the blame placed upon me,
but a woman in trouble has a hard
time to arouse sympathy from
women."

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