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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 31, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 22',
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he said, extending his hand to her.
"Miss Kearney leaves at the end ot
the week, you know, and after we
come back from our honeymoon
why, didn't you know? Why, all the
girls have been chaffing me for weeks
about it!" "- -
Poor little Lucinda, shut up in her
"And I want you," went on the
manager. "I told Mr. Jaffray you are
the most sensible girl in the office and
that we get on famously together."
It was the hardest effort Lucinda
ever made, not to burst into tears in
front of him. But that night, at home,
she realized the depths of her folly.
And, in her humiliation, she sat down
and wrote a long letter to Tom, tell
ing him everything.
That this was the surest founda
tion for winning back his love was
evidenced from the fact that Lucinda
turned the tables on Mr. Dixon three
months later, when she announced
her resignation "to get married."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
Fold trousers correctly when press
ing them. Hold them at the waist
and fold by putting together the first
suspender button on each side. This
insures a straight line from top to
To clean the nickel on stoves and
ranges take a piece of woolen cloth,
wipe the soot from the bottom of the
tea kettle and with this rub the nickel.
Wipe with clean, dry cloth and polish.
Ripe tomatoes will remove almost
any stain from the hands. They will
also remove ink stains from white
BEST DRESSED GIRL DOESN'T
CARE A THING ABOUT CLOTHES
Los Angeles. Margaret Thomp
son is one of the best-dressed girls in
Southern California, but she doesn't
care a continental-for style.
She creates and wears striking cos
tumes because it is her business to do
no. As soon as work hours are over
T she heaps the finery worn during the
day upon the nearest couch and dons
a riding habit
"If there were 24 daylight hpurs in
each day I'd never have time to ride
as much as I should like," she avers.
Miss Thompson's profession ha
brought her in contact with the ou
doors. She is one of the stars of
New York Motion Picture Co.,
headquarters at Inceville, CaL