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I wonder if ever women will be able
to put unpleasant people and un
pleasant things out of their minds in
the way that men do? I believe their
"forgeterres" are always in better
working order than their "memories"
and I am not sure that to forget
quickly is not sometimes better than
to remember long.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
GUESS IF THEY ARE MARRIED
ToM.POT ON NOUB BEST MAMERS
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A VERS CULTURED SOCIETM
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Smyrna can lay claim to a loftier
lineage than perhaps any other city
on the earth. It is her proud boast
that from the earliest dawn of his
tory down to the present bombard
ment her continuity of name and
fame is unbroken. It is in this spirit
that she claims Homer for a citizen.