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believes that he is the affiance
husband of the present Mrs, Reid.
"Oh, there's nothing-ifi that af
fair. Please don't print anything
about it," pleaded Mrs. &eid be
tween laughing denials. But her
husband, with modest pride in hist
tnumpn or iove,areiessiy arvuig
ed th whole truth. Only he did
nbt tell the name of nis'wife's
' Last November "Reid, who is
tiart owner of a local weeklv. was
j" iii New York- on7 a business trip
and met Miss 'Packard, whfym&
studying art and music. Tljeiti
acquaintance was only casual.
Five or six weeks " ago Miss
Packard came to San 'Francisco.
BeforeJpng Reid had renewed ,
his acquaintance. It was not sus-
pected that their friendship even
borderedupon an engagement
untiHhey declared themselves za
nlan and wife
What will the man in SaltLakd
'City say? ' A J
WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO WIN A FINE OLYMPlCTMEDAL'
v "" Special photograph Taken in Sweden for The Day Book.
' Gold,Lsilver and bronze medals will berawarde&wfnners of first,
second and third places in the Olympic games. The obverse and
reverse sides of the-medals are shown above: In some of the- events
challenge cups will be offered. This, reverts to 'the-01ympic( com
mittee at the next Olympiad-, each winner receiving a. diploma and
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Naybor I say, Subbubs.Uiave
you a fpotraile over there?
Subbubs Yesj one my wjte
made- It is: Use the doormat
'Naybor Oh that won't do
That's, a two-foot rule.
"Boohoo,! -Boohoo l" she wepE '
pitifully; "before we. were mar
ried yon said you would die foV
"Yep,", remarked the cowardly)
man, "and ever since Ive beea
wishing I had made goodl" fj