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K ' VE45 '""ilirwS
HOW IT FEELS TO BE KISSED BY PRETTY GIRL!
f BY FRED L. BOALT
Seattle, Wash., April 6. Last
night I was kissed by a lady not my
It was no mean, clandestine busi
ness. A lot of people saw it It hap
pened at a theater in the middle of
the performance of "The Whirl of
The lady was Miss Texas -Cfuinan,
who is Fifi.
This "seeing America first" does
.have its advantages.
They do not know me at the hotel
today. I am a changed man.
I overheard Daisy, the telephone
operator, telling some other young
lady thatshe suspects.I.am fast..
I was rather pleased than other-
What subtle alchemy is there in a,
kiss? I strut I pose. I ogle. I
challenge the ladies with bold
I was not like that say, 24 hours,
ago. You know how it was with ma
if you are a man who has left youth,
behind. "They still look good" to me,
but I, alas! I do not look good to
"them," or did not until I sipped the;
elixir of youth from the full, red lips
of Texas Guinan. 5
Jealous men will say that Texas
Guinan has been kissing baldheads,
matinee and evening, from the Atlan
,tic to tha-Pacific. Jealous men wijf
-say-that Texas was boeed-when shq