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beautiful life than the one into which
they were born. Remember, dear,
we are here and what is now behind
us is usually. regret and before us is
that of which we have no human
"Come on down, girls," called Har
ry, much to the consternation of the
butler who was passing.
When we got downstairs we found
Dick and Mr. Hatton deep in the
subject of city politics.
"The whole gang are a mess of
crooks," Dick was saying.
"I know a good deal about it be
cause the Selwin company has tried
for years to have its books intro
duced into the schools. You know,
Mr. Hatton, that our school books are
standard, but because Mr. Selwin,
the founder of the company, will not
hear to paying graft to the 'gang'
the company nas never been able to
have one of their books recommend
ed. Even when we succeeded in hav
ing advertisements for bids made we
were not able to get the? contracts af
though we -have good" reasons for
knowing that our's were the lowest
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
- Rev. E. R. Carswell sued for di
vorce. Said he told wife before wed
ding he owned $50,000 property and
would deed it to her. Instead she
had to work to support him.
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