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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1912, Image 15

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ankle- She tried to suppress a
scream, but the pain was agoniz
ing. Two or three persons rush
ed to her assistance and helped
her to her feet, and when the
manager heard of the trouble a
doctor was sent for instantly.
The doctor announced that it was
a bad sprain and probably Miss
Fernald woiild not be able to walk
for three weeks. The nlanager
stormed around and used all the
choice oaths in his vocabulary.
Graziella's disappointment was
too keen to give vent to in words.
She was the picture of disappoint
ment. Once again the manager
took; up the 'phone andJinformed
Miss Warrington of his dilemma.
'After a brief statement of the ac
cident, he received thepromise
that she would appear as usual.
Her illness had miraculously
One of the men assisted Gra
ziella to" a cab, and she burst into
a-paroxysm of tears as soon as
she was alone. When Julian
heard of the accident he hurried
up to the boarding house and in
quired for Graziella.
"I am so glad you came, Julian,
I had my chance and lost it' she
said mournfully.
'Well, suppose you give me a
chance this time' he pleaded.
'rJ3ut I'm all damaged now,"
she replied, pointing to her-bandaged
'I thank the heavens for the
accident, Graziella. Let racsee
if this ring fits your finger," he
said, slipping a solitaire on her
one smiled. remaps l mayj
after all play a star part and
with the support of a good-looking
leading man," she, Said de
murely. ''
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