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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 18, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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I, the great medicine man, -was called
upon to attend the sick daughter of
the king," he declared.
"And what then?" inquired Capt.
Poore.
"I cured her with 'Ruggles Cure-
All'," replied Ben, with becoming
pride.
"I say, captain, you called me a Jo
nah." "Well, mayBe."
"What was your old ship worth?"
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IDEAL GIRL IS PICKED
BY ARTIST
Clarence F. Underwood,
noted artist, says Shirley
Mason, movie actress, is the
ideal -type .of American girl
of 16 years of age.
Most girls of that age, he
says, are too awkward, too
angular, too light, too dark
or too "gigglely."
"Miss Mason is 100 per
cent in coloring, beauty, fig
ure and intelligence," he
says.
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BIDDY BYE'S GOOD FORM
A gentleman is not necessarily in
love with a girl because he hastens
to tie her shoestring, to fasten her
glove or to perform any other small J
personal service. But so unusual are
these attentions in some social cir
cles that the man who is fairly po
lite runs the mk of having his cour
tesy misinterpreted.
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