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In any other business? Where could
you possibly without any training
earn sixty dollars a week but on
the stage?' ' ,
" 'Only here does personality count
for the highest efficiency. The thing
for you to do, Paula, is to marry.'
" 'That is what Aunt Rachel told
me,' I answered, 'but I revolted
igainst selling myself even with a
" 'But must you always sell your
self to a rich man and fall in love
VWHAT SHALL TOM DUFF
with a poor one? Don't you think it
possible to fall in love with a rich
" 'Perhaps, Ruth, but I Hon't want
to marry any man just yet. I want
my "youth, my girlhood's good
(To Be Continued)
Madrid. Mile. Douterligne, Bel
gian woman condemned to death
and in whose case King Alfonso be
came interested, freed by kaiser.
NAME HIS BABY?,
B UFF ill
Of course you knbw Tom Duff, the
funny little fellow in the famous
comic strip "Doings of the Duffs,"
appearing daily in The Day Book.
And of course you know Tom is
the proud father of a baby boy.
Tom is in the market for sugges
tions for a name for the little shaver.
What do you suggest.' Send your
suggestion. to the Editor Comic De
partment, The Day Book.
After the suggestions are consid
ered, the baby will be given a name
and the name will be revealed in the
Duff strip appearing in The Day Book
Monday, March 19.