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AND THEY'RE J. P. MORGAN'S GRANDDAUGHTERS
" This -is probably the most remarkable picture ever published of
any member of the royal house, of Morgan. The girls are.' Mabel
Morgan Satterlee and'lier sister, Elizabeth, daughters - of .Mr. and
Mrs: Herbert L. Satferl&e." Their mother is'-the daughter of J. P.
4 Mabel and Elizabeth, -who are, really good looking, had just
been to a show at the new Children's theater with' thefr grandfather.
A camera-man startedto take a picture of them. The girls. decided
to play a joke on him by "making faces." Whereupon the photographer-played
this jokcon theirls.
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Toledo,. O. Permanent organ
ization of JJat'l Progressive party
will be maintained through fqur
committees of practical workers,
men and women, accirding to W.
F. Brown, nat'l organizer of the
Columbus, 'O. State" Senators
I. E. Huffman, Oxford, and E. R.
Andrews, Ironton, convicted of
accepting' bribes while legislators,
entered- Ohio pen to serve sen
tences of 3 years and nine months
party; . - j