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the streets and offer myself to the
first man I met tha'n do a grievous
"wrong to anyone who had trusted
and been kind to mer"
Both men relapsed into an em
barrassed silence. I was not sure if
it was because they did not agree
with me or thought I was reflecting
(To Be Continued Friday.)
DUCHESS ZITA MAY B$ FUTURE
QUEEN OF AUSTRIA
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Viena, Austria. Unless the pres
ent war sweeps away the throne of
Austria, the Archduchess Zita, for
mer Princess Parma, will be Aus
tria's future queen. Her husband,
Archduke Charles, is heir to the
throne of Austro-Hungary.
The future queen has one child,
Prince Franz Joseph Otto, a sturdy
little boy, who has-just celebrated
his first birthday.
B. KUPPENHEIMER THE MAN
SOUTH SHORE CLUB REFUSED
Society circles were surprised to
day when they learned that Albert
Kuppenheimer of the firm of B. Kup
penheimer, tailors, was the man
blackballed by the South Shore
After the blackballing Witt K.
Cochrane came to the defense of
Kuppenheimer and in an article in the
Cherry Circle, organ of the Chicago
A. A., he lashed the South Shore offi
cials for making use of what he term
ed "Cowards' weapon" the secret
Cochrane, who was suspended from
the club for three months for writing
the article, proposed Kuppenheimer
for membership. A board of twenty
two directors pass on each applicant.
Nineteen voted for Kuppenheimer.
But three of the directors took ad
vantage of the cloak of secrecy and
voted to reject Kuppenheimer.
In the past it has been often rum
ored that the South Shore Club had
.an unexplainable prejudice against
Jews. Cochrane however, said he
thought all that was a 'thing of the
past when he proposed Kuppenheimer.
JOKE ON HEARST PAPERS
Washington, Nov. 25. Officials
here were highly amused over pub
lished reports in a Hearst newspa
per that the coast defenses at Sandy
Hook had fired solid shot at British
and French vessels which had chased
a neutral ship within the three-mile
limit. Sec'y of War Garrison said
there was "absolutely nothing to it."
When Antwerp was found indefensi
From Frankfurter foeSreprehensi-
The poor Antwerpites
Took refuge in flights
Which were not only swift but Os
tendsible. -r-Boston Globe.
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