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In delight, and tore, the document to
; "You you furnished that money!"
exclaimed the ,dumfouride"d Wilfred.
,-".Yes;iniy,all for you, the bravest
truest friend I ever knew"," - replied
AmyyrapUyv "and now the dearest,
b'est husband in all the world!"
(Copyright by-W. G. Cjiapman.)
CALLED FIRST SIGHT LOVE ALL
BOSH THEN SHE . FELL-FOR IT
Mrs. A. I . Anderson
'San Francisco, Pal., March 10.j
"There's' no, such hing as love at
first sight," declared Marie Dorothy
Johnson of- this city as sfie- boarded
a-' liner for Honolulu recently. '-"It's
But listen to what, happened to
Marie -Dorothy and what" changed
v her mind and: name in-short-order.,
' When, the liner rea'ched the Ha
waiiari Islands, Marie, Dorothy went
to a hotel. Three Hays later there
-was .areceptionan&JMiss Johnson
was present "just for curioslty'5
A. T. Anderson, wealthy English
man, was there too, and he met Miss
Johnson. An hour later he popped
the question and Marie said "yes."
The next day they were married and"
a few days later she came back to
Frisco tcPbreak the news to mother.
"I have always thought," declared
Mrs. Anderson as she stepped from
the steamer," there was no such
thing as love .at first sight and when
ever I read about it in story books
br 'newspapers 'I always had to gig
gle. But Mr. Anderson well he
has SUCH taking ways.' I guess that's
how he took me. I would now ad
vise girls not to be so doubtful when
they meet the men. Love at first
sight? You bet"
Without permitting -our "moral
sense'.' to get stirred up but put
ting our thought on the high cost
of living as a purely economic prob
lem, let us .consider some figures just
published by the U. S. commissioner
of .-internal revenue.
Prom July toFebruary 1st, 1913,
our nation consumed 94 million gal
lons of whiskey, an increase of 5 mil
lion, gallons; 8 billion cigarets, an
increase of 2 billions; 4 billion
cigars, an increase .of 250 millions,
and 250 million, pounds of smoking
tobacco. Besides, bur nation, during
the first seven months of the fiscal
year, consumed 39 million barrels of
beer, an increase of nearly 2 million
Not a drop or a pound of these
billions and millions was a necessity
all luxury. Clearly, if there is a
high cost of living, there is also a
cost of high living.
"7 -- V
Mrs. Naggs John' have you read
this magazine article, entitled "How
to Be Happy Though Married?"
Naggs Of course not. I know how
without reading it Mrs. Naggs
Well how?, Naggs Get a divorce.