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SHE'fcL SHAR,TME MORGAN
marriage license -.tuireau, but the
bride-eleesfe, disclosed-divorce papers
which shocked the shipper and he
pinned his love's ' mitten to the li
cense. Then Miss Maofariane sued. The
skipper fought and when he had his
say he settled for $7,000-His frac
tured romance was soon repaired
with another love' y. . '
The portrait gp&inter then entered
the'sceneno1 wily .Cupid gathered in
the remaining ends' of "the shattered
romance of the s.ea.
WE SPEND $25,000,000 A YEAR
Americans are a "money-spending-mad
people," according to Repre
sentative J. Hampton Moore of Penn
sylvania. "The diamonds, rings, gold chains'
and other articles of jewelry we
bought for our sweethearts, wives
and daughters in the last five years,"
Moore says, "foot up a total that is
more than twice,tbe sum spent by the
United States to construct the Pan
ama canal. ?
"We are spending more than $25,-
000,000 a year for , chewing gum
Green still holds sway, as a" popular
Boston, "Massealth and talent
will be United whn Junius. Spencer
Morgan',- gfandspn of the late J. P.
Mdrgan, marries Miss Iouise .Con
Verse, daughter of the distinguished
musical composer and herself a gift
ed musician." Young Morgan is the
son of 'J. P Morgan, pres"ent'head of
the houseof Morgan.tajiZMie's npw a
senior aCHarvard.vHIsfiancjee is the
as an artisV "
Popoverssh6ul3 haye a hpt- oven
for first, ten mmufes then, glow for
thirty minutes. " "