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because of it, she was often mis
understood, as people sometimes
looked for hidden motives when
there were none. She did not
give her friendship easily, but
when she did, you may be sure
that it wis for always-. She was
the truest friend that I have ever
I am -quite sure that this man
described thV kind of a-woman
men like. Men hate whiners and
great talkers. They want to do
mdst of the- talking themselves.
The girl who is a good listener
and keeps her own affairs to her
self while taking a discreet inter
est in the subjects in which the
man with her is interested is the
one who will win QUt every time.
Just One Last Word :An in
judicious curiosity has lost many
a girl her sweetheart "
They were "at the skating rink.
"George," she asked, as they
rounded the bend, "is your watch
"Yes," replied George, with a
merry laugh, "it is keeping better
time since I put your picture in
side the case."
"Oh, you flatterer! How-could
"Well, you see, when I placed
your picture inside the case 'I
added another jewel'
England paid $1,500,000 for
King Richard I. to Duke Leopold
of Austria, who had "captured him.
But that was in December 720
years ago. The high cost of
kings has been Oil the rise pretty
much ever since.
HELEN MILLER GOULD,
WHO IS TO WED
Miss Helen Miller Gould,
whose engagement to marry Fin
ley J. Shepard, a -St. Louis rail-.
road man, was recently ahnounc-
d by her brother, George J,"r
Gpuld, has always been a hard
problem for the newspaper pho
tographer, and portraits of her
are scarce. Above is a pose caught'
by enterprising camera men.
Miss Gould is the eldest daugh
ter of 'Jay Gould, the past genera
tion's Wall st. wizard. She is 44,
one of the world's richest women, ,
and famed because of her broad
and sane charitable work. j
"Is she musical?" "Yes; she
has a natural Voice, a sharg
tongue and a flat nose."