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has no more reality than John D't
We women are simple, child-like
souls, you know. When we were
babies we reached Any instinctive
hands for the red flower and the gold
watch so 'in loving we are attracted
by the bright object, the flash of scar
let in a drab world.
Woman loves a shining marki I
can hear the masculine cynic grumb
ling (yes he 19 A MARK') but, any
how, the poet was right who said:
"Maidens, like moths, are ever caught
And fools succeed where Seraphs
might despair." ,
Where "Love Trust" Rogers Lived With the Unwedded Mother of His
Two Children and Where She Tried! to End It All With Poison. The House
in West 167th St., New York, Where Attorney Rogers Lived With the
Woman Who Attempted Suicide.
Woman's waist line is changing
again. No matter how hard she tries
she can't hidelt where a young man's
arm cannot find it.
Thermometers are things that
people look at when they know it is
below zero or up near 92 No one
ever looked at one on a perfect day.