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When Lina-is asked about it,
she laughs and says:
"Oh, Mr. Morgan wants;me to
return to the Metropolitan Opera
House in New York. -He is in
terested in the-Metropolitan, but
that seems no reason why he
should dance attendance on'Lina
the way he does.
When Pierp.Js asked about it,
he says that he. is trying to -discover
from Iiina her secret of
eternal youth. Which again is a
funny reason for the King of
America to be hanging around
Lina says she is going to re
fuse Pierp.'s offer about return
ing to the Metropolitan. She says
the'American people are too cold
and unsympathetic, and that "be
sides shcias a nineteen-year-old
son whom she wishes to guard
against all such temptations as
Pierp. is flirting with.
"RUDE MOUNTAIN HUT" VIRGINIA OUTLAW LIVES IN!
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Home of Sidna Allen, the Virginia 'clansman accused of firing
the shot that killed Judge Massie when the Aliens shot up the court
at Hillsville, Va. It is said to haye cost $20-,000 to build. The
horsemen in front are detectives.
Mr. Suburb Women are a,per
fect nuisance to sit behind on a
railroad train. They are bound
to have the window up.
Mr. CJtiman Yes, but they are
a perfect blessing to walk.'behind
on the street. They don't smoke.
First railway in America was
constructed to carry granite
blocks for the Bunker Hill monu
ment at Boston. The cars were
drawn by ho,rses.
With Cousin Bill Taft holding
secret night meetings owith Aid
rich and Geo. Perkins slipping in
to our Teddy's boudoir veiled
and hoo'ded, politics may be said
to be a warming up.