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HOW IT FEELS TO BE KISSEl!) BY PRETTY GIRL!
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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 Guinan,
who is Pifi. ,
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 that she guspects'I.am-Xast,.
I was rather pleased than other
wise. What subtle alchemy is there in a
kiss? I strut. I pose. I ogle. I
challenge the ladies with bold
I was not Ijke that, say, 24 hours
ago. You know how it was with me
,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.
Jealous men will say that Texas
Guinan has been kissing baldheads,
matinee and evening, from the Atlan
tic to the Pacific Jealous men will
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