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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1916, EXTRA, Image 20

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their churches to all; they are going
to accept all who come to them seek
ing the truth. They are going to ac
cept men like you, deacon, Uecause
somewhere in your system there- is
the rudiment of a soul, waiting to be
saved. And I'm going to be your
minister because Mr. Lumley has
consented to retire on a pension."
The breaking of the deacon's grip
upon Small Falls was the sensation
of the day, though it never got into
the newspapers. But people began
to say that something of a real re
vival had made itself manifest in
Small Falls. The empty churches
now proved none too many for the
throngs that crowded them 'every
Sunday. And there is a weary, care
worn, money-crushed man in many
a country parsonage today who has
taken heart because of John Ram
say's scheme, who knows that, if not
in his lifetime, some time the shack
les will be broken.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
OPTIMIST A fellow getting his
toQth pulled who laughed at the
dentist when the pliers slipped off his
tooth and took a chunk out of his
JUNIOR He that knoweth and
knoweth that he knoweth not
If this velvet and silk is. top costly
for the bride's purse, it may be made
up in inexpensive silk, without the
Nov. 9, 1712. Father Gabriel Ma
rest wrote the earliest known letter
dated from Kaskaskia.
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' By Betty Brown ,
The "harem" skirt, gathered into
cunning pantalettes, it seems will be
the winter bride's favorite lounging
The "robe" pictured here is of soft
silk in the ever-changing orchid
shades. The bodice is silver cloth
with yoke of chiffon. A velvet man
tle of dark lavender is an elegant ac
cessory to the Oriental negligee,
silvered bodice and with simple chif
fon shoulder, scarf as a substitute for
the velvet mantl .

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