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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20',
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John that night, arriving at the
door of the flat, was amazed to hear
the crowing of a child within. Angry
for a moment, he mastered himself
and went in sternly. Nora's arms
were about his -neck in a moment and
stifled his protests.
"John, it-Jsn't hers!" she cried.
"And what do you think? She'sprom
ised to be godmother at the christen
ing, and and the five, thousand is
going to the baby for her.education,
and oh, John, we're going to keep
her, and there's a chance of a posi
tion for you as manager, at their
country home, and and ' we're
going to keep her, John!"
' o o
ON THE PHONE
"Hello! Is this Miss Bugg?"
"This is Mr. Gubb talking."
"My roommate and myself thought
that you and Miss Seitz might want
to go to the movies with us this even
ing." "Why we had something hold
the wire just a minute."
(What he thought they said)
"Say, Annie, this handsome Mr.
Gubb wants to take us to the movies.
Don't you think we had better break
this theater date and go with him?
He's so fascinating!"
"Why, yes I'd much rather go
(What they really said)
"Annie, thismutt Gubb wants to
take us to the'movies. Do you think
we had better accept or take a chance
on some one else. It's rather late."
"Oh. I suppose we may as well do
"Yes, Mr. Gubb well be delight
ed to go." Michigan Gargoyle.
TAILORED MAID NOW WEARS
By Betty Brown
A tailored suit isn't necessarily an
affair of serge or gaberdine. Some
of the newest "tailor-mades" are of
Italian silk, nainsook or cotton, lawn
T or crepe, for lingerie, as well as street'
clothes, are now made on tailored
One of the stunningest models I've
seen was designed for the Fashion
Art League of America fall fashion
showj and it was made in white Ital
ian silk, though I think it would be
just as effective in, some of the cot
ton fabrics. The yoke line and the
narrow shoulder straps are hem3
stitched and there isn't a frill or gath
er to relieve its primness. It s cut in
one piece and trimmed with tiny peari
buttons at the knee and tiny buttons
are use dto fasten it The knee is
gathered in bloomer effect on an elas