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Newport, R. I. After two years'
"social retirement," Mrs. Austin Gray
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Financial reverses kept Mrs. Gray
in more or less, seclusion "for the last
two years, but-thera's no -evidence of 1
financial depression in the entertain
ments she is now giving at Newport.
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he is so absurdly short
The Short Girl Yes, I refused
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