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yards this side. The bridge was
burned clean through, and under us
was Kock Gorge, some seventy feet
or more. Then I knew why Mar
garet had come out, and what she'd
meant when sfie- piit out her arms
"Well, sir, Vice President James
was naturally pleased, but what I
wanted to say was about Minnie. It
seemed that when she stood there
smiling to me she said she'd felt just
as though Margaret wasn't very far
away from her. And when I told her
she wasn't surprised, somehow. I
guess that's the way it is. We know
the truth, if we close our chattering
minds and open our hearts. But
there's the new bridge of steelwork.
Ain't she a beauty?"
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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LABOR MAN IN HIGH PLACE ON
Basil M. Manly, who succeeds
Prof. Charles McCarty as chief of
field work on the federal commission
of industrial relations.
A Houston, Texas, undertaker has
purchased a pulmotor to -use in bring
ing the'dead to-life.
LONDON 'SOCIETY GIRt-SUEST
IN CAPITAL '
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KISS X. PLORDBN
Miss D. Plowden of London, who is
being entertained in Washington by
Mme. Golejewski, wife of the naval -attache
of the Russian embassy.
Don't deal in woe or tearfulness,
Most folks have a supply
Of wares like these, and cheerfulness
Is what they want to buy.
So deal'in joy and truthfulness,
Put on a smiling phiz,
And you'll preserve your youthf ulnesa'
And do a lot of biz.
Quartermaster Sergeant Kerr of
the Thirty-second battery.vroyal field
artillery, who was mentioned in a re
cent dispatch frbmSir John 'French, m
had a unique experience in the South "
African war. He was officially re
ported killed and insurance ''money,
was paid over. When he reached
home at Littlehampton 'he "found a
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