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OVER ATLANTIC IN SMALL BOAT
HIS PLAN FOR A HONEYMOON
Signo Sivard, the bridegroom who
will pilot himself and bride across the
Atlantic in a 36-foot motor lifeboat,
pictured looking out of a porthole in
his tiny craft. He expects to cross
the sea in thirty days. He has a small
but powerful wpreless equipment
capable of communication with ves
sels within 100 miles.
"I wish you to understand," he
said, addressing his 17-year-old son,
"that I am still the boss in this
"All rieht, dad." the boy replied,
"bulr you're a coward to make the
buuai oeiuuu mother's, back."
WASHINGTON BELLE IS WOOED
Miss Ethel Lee Lloyd, daughter of
Representative and Mrs. James T.
Lloyd of Missouri, it is announced,
will become the bride of Mr. J. Carl
Chase of St Louis in September. Miss
Lloyd is a popular member of the
congressional set at Washington.
Cayenne pepper is excellent to rid
cupboards of mice. The floor should
be gone over carefully and each hole
"onrpd vt) with a" piece of rag dipped
in water and then in cayenne jjepper.
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