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legal aid that may be left over.
Guggenheim's child by his second
marriage will also be involved in
Another unique feature is that
Judge Edward F. Dunne, Mrs.
Guggenheim-Wahl's principal at
torney, is the judge.who granted
her the divorce decree. He now
says that through ignorance his
client represented 'Herself as a
resident of the state.
Mrs. Guggenheim.-Wahl says
she has no mercenary interests in
prosecuting the case, and the
question of money is not involved
She says she-wants her standing
in society established and her le
gal rights recognized.
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The artist' and his young' wife
had just .returned ffom their
honeymoon, when-a friend drop
ped in and found them-laughing
"Whatever are you two laugh
ing o-er?" said the visiter. '
' ''Oh, it was jolly," said Hie wife.
"My husband painted and I cook
ed, and then we both guessed
what the things were meant for."
"He has learned to distrust wo
men." " .'
'Learned- if, ."Has. he?" .
"Yes, in-correspondence school.
His letters -were used in a breach
of promise case."- Houston Post
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of women chased after me" before
I was married?
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