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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 12, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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the money and securities you just
gave to that scoundrel in a room in
that building back yonder Take
them," and I thrust the packet into
his trembling hands. "Out of jus
tice to me, I think"yoiishould assure
me that I have helped a real cause by
restoring your property to you."
And then I told him how I came to
be of service to him. He insisted upon
my going to his home. There I met
my fate.
Leoni Bowen, then Leonie Armi
tage, my wife, now' How natural it
all seems to me now that the grati
tude of her father should communi
cate itself to her, that interest should
lead to sympathy, that this in turn
should end in love love, the vision
splendid of this sober, serious old
world of ours'
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
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Edna May, once reigning stage
beauty, will shortly be seen on the
screen in Vitagraph's "Salvation
E. H. Sothern refuses to play
Shakespeare except with Julia Mar
lowe. He will make his screen de
but as a "modern lover" supported
by Anita Stewart, Lillian Walker and
Edith Storey.
Vivian Martin, who starred in Fox's
"Merely Mary Ann," spends all her
spare time now on skates. Ice skat
ing is her chief diversion in winter,
while in summer she divides her time
between basketball and her auto.
Harold Lockwood and May Allison,
American -Film stars, have quit the
Santa Barbara studios. Miss Allison
has signed with Metro, but the future
plans of Lockwood have not been di
vulged. o o
Simple little thing is this bathing
costume, worn recently at Coronado
Beach, Cal., by Miss Dorcas Surth.
The simplicity attracted a great deal
of comment, for as the daughter of
a New York millionaire Miss Surth
could afford, the most elaborate of
frills. As a good sportswoman, how
ever, she prefers staple garb for the
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