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rthat the man bores her to death."
"Margie, I'll bet that woman was
you," said Mollie with shining eyes.
"I won't say who the lady was," I
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
STAR .JiLTS MILLIONAIRE
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San Francisco, Cal. A squabble
over railroad fare on the eve of their
wedding has apparently wrecked the
romance of Miss Peggy Lundeen,.!
Miss Peggy Lundeen and Her Dis
carded Suitor, Millionaire Frank
dashing young actress, and Parker
Whitney, multi-millionaire sportsman
and rancher of California, who re
cently gained notoriety by pleading
guilty to a technical white slavery
Young Whitney and Peggy Lun
deen, former star of the "Candy Shop
Girl," were to have been married here.
But there was a hitch, due, it is said,
to Whitney's refusal to send her
money for a drawing-room berth to.
California from New York City.
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