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WELCOME CARDINAL .O'CONNELL IN A SNOW STORM
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Cardinal O'Connell, returning from Rome, landing from the reve
nue cutter in Boston harbor. The new cardinal is seen in the photo
graph crossing the gang plank, profusely decorated, to greet the
multitude of people awaiting his arrival.
Men Wear Bracelets.
- Washington Henri Martin,
the clever charge d'affairs of the
Swiss legation, has started the
fad among Washington bachelors
of wearing bracelets. This con
tinental custom is winning great
.vogue here. M. Martin wears
his bangle on his left wrist. It
falls below the cuff and is visible
to even the most casual observer.
New York American.
Begging Your Pardon.
Mrs. A. Your husband always
dresses so quietly. . '
Mrs. B.-rHe.does . not. You
ought to hear him when, he loses
a collar 'button Milwaukee
Ever notice how hard it is for
a man and his wife to converse
when they meet suddenly on the
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