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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 18

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Come in, come in, all of you!" anc
she actually pulled the blushing pro
fessor by the arm. Her bright eyes
viewed him approvingly as he stum
bled through his story.
"Oh, what is a lonely woman with
out a strong, brave man to protect
her?" uttered Mrs. Briggs, and then
flushed peony red at the bold intima
tion, and the professor experienced
new thrills.
What came of it all? What could
and did! Widowlike, airs. Laura
Briggs, read the innocent, transpa
rent mind of the professor clearly,
and was glad that she had interested
Ten years later it became a regu
lar event stormy evenings, to have
the two children nestle up to their
adopted father and beg of him to tell
them the sheet story.
Then Laura, his wife, would go to
the clothes-press and bring out the
cherished sheet. Then the professor
would dramatically don the sheet,
and take up from the mantel the cap
tured weapon, and begin his weird
And after that he would say, with
a quizzical glance at his happy wife,
"I had, to stay here ever since for
fear the burglar might come back
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
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By Betty Brown
If you would be truly, really stylish
and dressed up this summer you
must if you are a small person
have a touch of black velvet on your
It's just as quaint and old-fashioned
as it sounds, but nevertheless
pretty, as you will see from this pic
ture of the pert person in velvet
trimmed frock.
The dress is Roman striped hand
kerchief linen, with the velvet bands
set on the shoulder sleeves and band
ing the bottom of the skirt. Flat little
bows are tacked on every six inches
or so. The big poke bonnet of fine
straw shows the trend of fashion,
for most little girls will be bonneted
this season and the saucy bonnet,
streamers are black velvet.

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