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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 20, 1913, Image 20

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d. It was E&iel who nursed ,Ralph
"lack to life. It was Ethel who con
Titely told him she had wronged
him, and later how she regretted los-
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lips questioned her, she told, too,
how she loved him.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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SHE DOESN'T LIKE OUR AMERICAN SUMMERS
Senorita Elena Calderon, daughter of the Bolivian minister to the
United States, and who is said to be the prettiest South American girl in the
Washington diplomatic set, is going to Europe for the summer to get away
from Washington's burning sun.
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To a much-discussed question it is
answered than the rainbow reflected
from still water is not the image of
-jthat seen directly in the sky. The
reflection is a rainbow the eye would
see if placed as much below the
water's surface as theobserver's eye
is'above it.
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