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I wonder, ijf,, he lmowSrtJKlttysl
"preacher man? " I wonder if 1 shall
ever see him again?
(To Be Cdritiriued Tomorrbw:;
GIRLS HEAR MISS WILSON TALK.
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JTouth has Heard the call of the
Federation of Women's Clubs. Al
most every state delegation includes
several young girls, and prominerit
among these is Miss Lou Wright of
Goffin, Ga., one of the youngest fed
erated club members in the country:
It is to these y.oung girls of tile fed
eration that Miss Margaret Wilson,
daughter of President Wilson, will
sneak toiiight when she addresses the
WAS FOOTLIGHT FAVORITE
Columbia's congress votes tb take
that treaty with Uncle Sam arid its
$25,b0u,tiO0 bonus. But you just wSit
till the fellow who "took Panama"
gets through with that wedding busi
ness over in Spain!
New York, 'N. Y. Mrs. PaiilMe
Ifisiher, wife df the famous cartoonist,
"Bud" Fisher, is now lying close to
deathin a New York hospital as a re
sult of the automobile collision of
which she was a victim recently;, "the
ma'chiiie in whicll'Mrs. Fistter ws
ridiiig turned turtle and pinned her.
Mrs. Fisher, .Before her nl&rrlSg,
was Pauline Welcb an actress who
won mkny adjnirers by her hipp'ant;
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