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loves Manzo Goto, and when, a wom
an loves she .will sacrifice much.
When Mrs. Manzo Goto gets to
Japan she will become, like her hus
band, a Japanese. For, by renouncing
her own country, she automatically
becomes a subject of the Mikado of
Mrs. Goto, 21 ,is the daughter of a
Montana rancher. She ran away
from home when she was 15 because
she thought it would be great to have
thrilling"' adventures. And she had
them. As a maid of all work she
rambled about, flitting from job to job
until at last she chanced to come-as
waitress to Omaha.
Here she met Manzo Goto, the
WHAT WIVES OF JAPAN MUST DO
The wife must go to the home of
her'husband and live in submission to
her father-in-law and mother-in-law.
If she refuses to obey, then she will
be dismissed from her husband's
house in disgrace.
According to age-old custom, wdm-v
en cannot share each other's com
pany. In going out at night a woman
must carry a lighted lantern and
keep a respectful distance from her
husband, father, or brothers.
A woman must form no friendships
or intimacies except by consent of
At the peril of her life she must
harden her heart like rock or metal.
Should a woman forsake these cus
toms and become "divorced," shame
shall follow her till her last hour.
IN HIS LINE
Derwood Jones, the good-looking
counter-jumper at J. J. Cargile's
store, visited his best best piece of
calico in the Scotland neighborhood
last Sunday. Junction City (Ark.)
Glazed straws are still smart, es
pecially in the black and colored ef
fects, but the trend is toward the un
glazed all-white midsummer hats.
THE MOST BEAUTJFUL-GIRL IN
GERMANY AN AMERICAN
H ertcn t ein
Berlin. The title of the most beautiful-American
girl in Germany has
been given by common consent of the
American colony here to Miss Marie
Hertenstein, a talented young pianist
who has created something of a fu
rore in musical circles of the German
Miss Hertenstein was born in Co
lumbus, Ohio, but has spent many
years in study abroad. She does not
expect to make her' first appearance?
in America until next season. k
Flounces and peplums are shown
on the new bathing suits. They area
pretty without being full enough to
interfere with swimming.