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think in that moment the memory of
those eight years fell from his mind
and he became a normal man again.
' He stood up and trie's to speak.
After several attempts he found his
"Thanks to-Frank Stockleigh," he
said. "It-was he, gentlemen", who dis
covered what had happened to me
4 , and traveled East and spent thou
sands of dollars proving my inno
cence. And I ask you to drink to
drink to Frank .and his bride and
and my wife,whom you .know as
Miss Walsh. You see, he added,
choking more and more, "we were
married when1 1 I was in prison
eight year ago."
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NON-ROYAL PRINCESS ENGAGED
TO KAISER'S FIFTH SON
pi te? ls:M
0ycar of Germany
Potsdam, Germany. The engage
ment of Prince Oscar, fifth son of the
German emperor, to Countess Ina
Marie von Bassewitz-Levetzow, maid
of honor to the empress, has been an
nounced. The prince is 26 years old.
Much comment has been aroused
by this announcement owing to the
fact that the marriage will be the first
morganatic union which has oc
curred in the Hohenzollern family
THESUMMER HAIEfAWAFFAlR OF
Paris, which, always trjesito do the
unexpected,, sending but feather
hats for midsummer wear. A turban
covered with, white feathers and a
black feather "stick-up,"- is the very
newest mode" in hats.
o o r
Have you seen the new beaded
heel? Little tiny beads of different
color are used, side by side. ' For in
stance, twoshades; of pinkand white,