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INDIAN. PRINCE GAVE
On the contrary, I state it as my
positive conviction that any man
and any. woman can marry! Nobody
who wants to marry need be discour
aged. The process of marrying is the eas
iest thing in the world..
It's the staying married that I am
talking about the staying married
willingly joyfully gladly.
And that's what I said in the first
Men don't know how to make love.
, They only know how to get married!
"I suppose like all government offi
cials," said the man who sneers, "you
are making personal sacrifices in or
der to serve your country?"
"Yes," replied the village postmas
ter. "It's pretty hard to have to keep
reading addresses when I'd rather be
looking at the pictures on the post
cards." o o .
Of course it's always very nice
When friends will by you stand,
But many a man will give advice
Who never lend a hand.
SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
00j Sttrs C0S7 M0
000 0)TS 60. 00T
T 00TS &
Nance O'Neill, the beautiful young
American emotional actressy now
starring in the "Kreutzer Sqnata,"
Tolstoi's great work, is here pictured
attired in the costly silks givn her
by the famous Gaekwar- of Paroda
who was Impressed by her perform
ance in Calcutta. The gaekvaj also
gave her an elephant with silyer-tip-ped
tusks, but she didn't take it with
Iuci nrxicir one kii """ " -P"J ""
South African engagements.. .