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King Alfonso of Spain has, put
the kibosh on the new arranged
marriage s , of Prince Ludo vico
Pfgmatelli of.Aragnon to Mary
daughter of Ben Duke of Tobac
co, $. Y.
. JB,etty Jfeckles", 17 years old;
Kansas City Mo., has set out to
'- find "a good husband" i for her
widowed .mother. , -"
Our idea of 'rip, occupation for
a daughter is 'finding a good hus-
. band" former mother.
Princess Charlotte of .Saxe
Meiningen, eldest sister of the
-Kaiser Wilhelm, has peeved his
- majesty by attending prize fights,
-'and he has put the lid on the box-
ing garne in-Berlfn by way of re
venge. Undertakers of Kansas City,
Kan., have cut their rates. Ah t
Justice Geib, 'Blairsville, Pa.,
has decided that girl's engage
ment ring belongs to her eveh
.she breaks off the engagement.
Which' probably will work a
great hardship on the jewelers. .
The "beauty patch" is coming
into fashion again, so they tell Us.
As we understand it, the "h,eaUf
ty patch" is a piece of.black sticking-
plaster put where the man
will have an excuse for another
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