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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 16, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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"Perhaps your countrymen aren't
so quick with the rent," said Doro
thy. "You see, we-have fernmonths'
all ready for -whoever the landlord is."
"My dear young Jady, I thought I
explained to you thaiMie was dead,"
replied the other. "He was an ec
centric character, old Mrs." Samuel
Loft"
"What-!" said Dorothy, rising and
staring hard at the Visitor. "Who's
-o-
his granddaughter,? Quick! Answer
me!"
"Ah, there you have me,." answered
the Englishman. "If we knew that we
could trace the ownership "
"Don't worry," answered Dorothy.
"Her she is. O, Ellis, this was grand
father'house after all, and it's mine
I feel it's mine. And, Ellis we've
got four months-' rent money in the
bank, and all for ourselves to spend!"
o-
KINSMAN OF KINGS MARRIED IN CITY HALL
BASEMENT; BRIDE A.DIVOECEE.
Hr. ?Mi-j. J. Napoleon.
In a musty, dingy basement room
m the New York City Hall with Ald
erman "Happy Jack" Riordan offi
ciating, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte,
-great-grand-nephew of Napolean I.,
emperor of the French, was married
to Mrs. Blanche Pierce Strebeigh. The
bride is a recent divorcee. Bonaparte,
is the son of Jerome Napoleon Bona
parte and Caroline Appleton. He
lives in Washington. On the mai
riage license he wrote, "No occupa
,h
lOwX i. "-. &&&'&" J&.

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