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number, Dick said, "What are you
going to do, Margie?"
"Say, Jim, Dick finds it impossi
ble to attend my theater party to
night, and I don't want to be beau
less. Will you find me one?"
"Oh, I don't want you, and besides
you must be nice to Kitty. I want
a brand new man, who will say new
things to me and to whom I can tell
my little old stores as though they
were new. One who will be absolute
ly different from all the rest of you."
"Why, of course, I like you, but
you must understand that a woman
' is sometimes like a man, she gets
tired of the old crowd, and longs for
a new man to talk to."
"You wish Dick could hear me say
this? Well, he Is standing right here
by me now, and naturally he Is hear
ing me say it
"All right, bring him along, and
don't expect to dance with me once,
for if this man is as good a dancer
as you say, it means that I am going
to have the time of my life." I hung
up the phone just as Dick was going
to take it away from me.
"Margie, are you crazy? Who is
this man that Jim is going to bring?"
"Not a bit crazy, and I didn't really
catch the man's name. My dear, I'm
just practicing a few of your tac
tics," and I proceeded to don my pret
tiest green evening gown.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
ENGLAND ADMITS ERRORS TO
PUSH WAR TO END
- London, Aug. 4. Humility and re
cognition of her weaknesses replaced
blind confidence and cock-suredness
of year ago, when Great Britain to
day, in thousands of patriotic meet
ings throughout empire, observed
first anniversary of declaration of
war with Germany.
'Empire without reservation, re
affirmed its determination to carry
war to the bitter end, but throughout
today's meetings ran the feeling that
Britain has made serious errors in tie
MARRIED MAN SENTENCED FOR
White City is big business. Thou
sands are drawn to the South Side
amusement resort every night A
large part of these thousands are un
Last year, one of the unprotected
girls who joined the merry crowd
"making the rounds" at White City
was Mary Miller, 17 years old. Parke
C. Davison, 25, of 4720 Prairie av.,
spied Mary. Davison succeeded in
"picking her up."
At the Plaza Hotel, on 31st st, near
Indiana av., Mary wound up a night
of wild experiences with Davison.
This was in September, 1914.
A month later Mary waited for
Davison outside his door and told
him that she was in trouble. A few
days later Davison married another
In Judge Fisher's court yesterday,
Mary held her three-months'-old boy
in her arms and told the judge all
about her trip to White City and its
"Why did you marry the other girl
when you knew this one was in such
a fix?" asked Judge Fisher.
"I married a girl who loved me and
not a girl who was looking for a hus
band," answered Davison.
"Yes. You betrayed two girls in
stead of one then," declared the
Davison then told the judge he
could not pay the $550 which the
law demands for the support of the
child. Fisher gave him the alter
native, six months in jail. Mary and
her baby are supported by the St
Hartford, Conn. Julia Marlowe
will never act again because of ill
ness, according to husband, Edward