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Is master1, of over 70 'swimming 1 fencing, boxing," Indian clubs and
strokes, turns -and under-water feats, punchingbag. -Is
expert in tumbling, bar wprk, ' (The End.)
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j FASHION AND DIVORCE
"Short skirts and tight garments
are almost entirely responsible for
the laxity of the marriage tie."
"The woman of today needs more
of the old-fashioned ideas."
"If women went to market and did
more of their own .housekeeping,
there would be less unhappiness in
"There are altogether too many
divorces, and present-day fashions
Iffe to blame." Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish,
AND THEN HAD GITTEN! "
A boy would persist in saying "I
have wrote." The teacher set him
the supposedly curative task of writ
ing the words "have written" 100
times after school hours. She forgot
all about him and' went home. On
her troubled return some time later
she found that he had left on her
deslc this, note:
"Dear teacher: I have wrote 'I have
-writtin'-a 'hundred-times, arid I have