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ISN'T IT A "BEAUT" THAT BLACK EYE HE GOT?
Miss Constance Warren, a
Newport society; girl, who will
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marry Count Guy de Lasteyrie of
Paris on Dec. 21, coaxed her
fiance into a boxing match by
.telling him that ajl Frenchmen
are mere "parlor .fighters." Then
she gave him this black eye to
prove it. The picture was taken
on board the Mauritania.
MOVIES FIND LOST SON
Fred Boudler had 'been lost
from his folks for many years.
They had heard that he was in
.the Northwest The idea was
suggested to his father,, who lives
in Minneapolis, that he send a
message to liim through the hun
dreds of moving picture houses
that are scattered through that
section of the country.
"Fred Poudler, come home."
The message was flashed
.through the countryJLast jtf.eek.
the father received a letter from
the son in ,'Saskatoon, Can., ex
plaining his' whereabouts and
promising to -return home.
Old Gent Wen, Tommy, did
you .take your.dbg to the doctor
next door to yourliouseas I sug
Boy Yes, sir.
Old Gent What did fie say?
Boy He said Towser was suf
ferin' from rferves, so Sis had bet
iergive upgvjn' thepjanner,