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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 22',
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clean-looking young fellow, was Mil
lie! Jim Rogers stood still like a man
in a dream, but his wife cried out
and in a moment the two. women
were locked in each other's" arms.
Then Millie flung herself around her
"Father!" she cried. "It's all over
now, isn't it this misunderstand
"I guess I've been a fool, Millie,"
said Jim Rogers. "I guess I had to
learn. You stay on the stage, my
girl. If there's anything can keep
them folks respectable, after that
last act I've seen, it's you, reminding
them of home."
"But I've got a home of my own,
father," said Millie, half sobbing.
"Tom and I were married today, and
that's why I'm leaving, and we
we're going to buy Anderson's farm
next to you and live there the rest of
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
HAVE YOU A MOVIE FACE? YES, IF YOU CAN
TAKE THIS KIND OF PHOTOGRAPH
A silhouette is one answer to the question many girls ask: "Can I
make good as a movie actress?" If you can take a picture like this sil-t
houette if you have large and regular features you may make as great
a hit as did Leonare Ulrich with her hymmetrical contour.