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The royal beauties who would
"walk, out" if the matrimonial strike
is called are Princess Marie of Rou
mania and her sister, Elizabeth , Prin
cess Patricia, and Olga and Tatiana,
the two beauties of the Russian court
That Princess Mary, the young
daughter of King George of England,
will be found with the insurgents
should the royal matchmakers be
come too offlcldus, is a prediction
often heard in London.
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THE CONFESSIONS OF A WIFE
DICK HATES A HIGHBROW -
to be obliged to be polite if he doesn't
feel like it Someway I -think the'
hardest work the modern man has to
do is- to be polite to people he is not
particularly interested in.
Half the women in the hotel Dick,
calls "fools" and the men "bores." I
don't always agree with him, for I am
fondof impersonal conversation, es
pecially if it has a -literary tinge.
With Dick, however, it is different.
(Copyright, 1914, by the Newspaper
Whenever Dick wants to forget
any disagreeable thing he always
suggests the theater.
I do not believe the "tired business
man" cares much for society. He
likes his friends and pals, but he
doesn't care for formal conversation
qr formal society He doesn't want