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she murmured. "I am glad you tqld
me told me at the last."
And the .two old women wept in
each other's arms. And Ralph Lester
drew Mary's arms through his,, and
pressed his lips to hers.
ARMLESS, LEGLESS, FATHER OF
" SIX CHILDREN
PRESIDENT .WILSONS NIECE
8 ' '
Herr Goy was bprn without arms
or legs, just a head and trunk. He is
now 60 years old and was married 30
years ago. He is the father of six
children, three sons arid three daugh
ters. He was born in London, but has
Jived in Berlin, Germany, for many
years. Two of his sons, big, husky
young men, are soldiers in the En
glish army. '
o o ,
Seven thousand people are now
taking University of California
courses by mail a work first begun
only a few months ago. Six thousand
of v these are At work in correspond
ence courses in agriculture,
" i r--i:J vrroa
The Tpie'ce of President Wilson,
Miss Margaret -Vale, took a prom
inent part in the suffrage pageant
given last week by the Men's League
for Woman's Suffrage. In the" tab
leaux which pictured woman's part in:
the development of America, Miss
Vale, as shown in the picture above,
posed as "the, woman triumphant,"