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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20',
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and a beautiful woman was minister
ing to his wants Nella Armour!
It was no dream, and this was the
Armour home, and soon Dale Armour
was at his side and telling him how
they had found him poor, ill, de
serted by his friends. ""
"It was Nella who did it," he said.
"Do you notice yonder your loving
cup? She saw it in a window on
sale, redeemed it and that led o our
tracing you, and now dear old
Dale Armour held before the eyes
of Worden a newspaper exposure of
the perfidity of Pierce Disbrow in
stealing the credit of the great "war
scoop." This rehabilitated Worden,
and with restored health the highest
ranks of journalism were open to
Convalescing a week later, Nella
Armour pressed to his lips a cup con
taining medicine. She kissed the
rim tenderly as she did so, for there
was a perfect understanding between
them now. His eyes filled with tears
"The loving-cup!" he 'murmured
"the loving cup, full to overflowing!"
LEAP YEAR GIRL IS VEILED, BUT NOT HIDDEN
The Leap Year Girl has retreated
behind a veil!
The Leap Year veil is very accom
modating as -well as-veiy-becoming.
It is gathered at the top on an elastic
ribbon and it may be adjusted to a
small close fitting' turban or to the,
crown of 3 wide-brjmmed sailor haj
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