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tion for a certain dainty gown I treas
ure as a memento?" I asked gal
lantly. She blushed divinely, and added:
"And also to give you,a receipt. The
paper I found in your coat, Senor I
saw its importance, a concession. It
is filed with the government."
"How can I ever thank you!" I
cried, truly delighted.
"Oh, .senor, it is I who am the
debtor, I and Alixe." Then she whis
pered in her husband's ear: "May I?"
He bowed, with an indulgent smile.
And then the beautiful girl threw
her arms around my neck and
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
Can husband's be cured of going
This is the palpitating question
which the great O. Henry discusses
in "THE PENDULUM," which The
Day Book will present to its readers
this week in its superlative series of
SATURDAY SHORT STORIES FOR
This question, and an allied one
DOES absence really make the heart
grow fonder are both answered. At
least they are answered according to
0. Henry's lights.
Does 0. Henry tell the truth as to
why YOU go out nights?
Does O. Henry tell the truth as to
whether absence makes the heart
READ "THE PENDULUM" AND
IN THE DAY BOOK!
Wash offensively perspiring feet
night and morning with soap and
water and rinse. Then apply a solu
tion of alcohol and salicylic acid in
the proportion of one quart of alcohol
to one tablespoon of salicylic acid.
ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
i aee visions
VISIONS '-gg )0F WHHT1'
(Q) . (DOUGHNUTS'.!
"He says I may have three serv
ants!" gurgled the girlish fiancee.
"Huh!" said mother, 'I had twenty
the first mouth."