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C0L0RADO;HEIRESS TO MARRY
'INTO A TITLE
London, Feb 24. f-The procession
of rich Americanirls who are mar
rying into the aristocracy of Europe
does not seem to-waver, and the next
international 'matrimonial alliance
will be that of. Miss Gladys McMil
lan, Colorado's richest heiress, to the
Count Paul Cornet of Brussels.
IN THE MOVIES
By Fred Schaefer.
accordance with iron-bound tra
dition, the rescuer must marry the
However, with this improvement;
the rescuer must usually be a wo
man. It's more romantic.
It seems funny that a girl should
invariably rescue a male person
worth marrying. But, then, the evi
dence is before you-.
A Civil' War drama always takes
place in the South. Evidentlynothing
stirring in this well-known conflict
took place on Union soil.
The hero can't be anything but a
Northern officer; the heroine any
thing but a daughter of the Confeder
acy; an old slave anything but faith
ful. It is stated by a meddlesome co
worker in this office that there is one
war drama in which the hero Js a
Confederate officer-and the heroine a
Union spy. That is unfortunate. Who
ever wrote that scenario can't write
it more than once. That will teach
him a salutory lesson.
About one in every three robberies
is embalmed for future reference by
an ingenious flashlight camera. Yet
the M. P. cracksmen do not seem to
be aware of this, as they persist in
running foul of that industrious little
Anyone who wishes to disappear
generally finds a dead person who
looks exactly like . himself. Just
change clothes and the rest is easy.
SAYINGS OF MR.. MOUSE
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