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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 08, 1912, Image 18

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kind of wandered away and left
a hole in the atmosphere, let me
have the dough and if he ever
bobbs up, ile slip it back to you
so the companys makes her
give a bond that if bill turns out
to be alive, she gives up the mun-
a few days ago a clerk for one
of the companys happened to no
tiss oa the payroll the name of
bill larkin
they called bill larkin into the
frunt offis and asked him how
about it, was them his 6olicys
they had paid, an was his wife the
brooklin dame .
gents, the drinks is on me, says
bill, ile tell you how it was, i met
a feller one day and he ses he herd
my -wife was ded, i meant to go
home and ask about it but i for
got to, and my goodniss, did you
pay sum insurence on me. well i
declare, i forgot all about them
policys, too, terrible careless of
me 1 must say
now bill's wife has got to give
back the money, tuff luck aint it
Foulard, woven with satin fig
ui es and with lovely borders, in
vyhite and colors is a leading new
fabric for afternoon gowns.
With the high waisted one
piece taliro costumes of serge or
cloth the belt of patent leather is
still worn.
The new shadow lacje veiling is
charming and is fast gaining 3.
place in the world of fashion. It
hits the happy medium between
the two heavy patterned and oft
en disfiguring lace veil and the
anything but smart veilings made
of open silk mesh which are very
trying to all complexions.
Plain taffeta or flowered taffeta
for party frocks is smart and at
tractive, but if the flowered be
chosen the design must be small.
White is always becoming and
appropriate for the young girl to
wear, and some conservative
mothers insist upon their daugh
ters always having white frocks
x HELP! iT
"His heart was in his throat."
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Cruiser Colorado rammed by a
passenger steamer and badly
hurt. No use talking, our ar
mored warships have got to stay
out of the way of ferries, canal
boats and ferocious craft of that

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