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"That during your absence from
me I will live and conduct myself in
such a manner as the wife should in
the absence of her husband.
"I, Otis McGinms, hereby promise
Olive L. Davis, that, upon my release
from the said institution, or as soon
thereafter as is possible for me to do
so, I will take you, Olive L. Davis, as
my wife, and that from thencefortn
I will love, cherish and protect you;
"I also promise that during the
term of my sentence I will be obe
dient in every way to the require
ments of the said institution, and will
go about all duties required of me la
a cheerful, Christian-like manner.
(Signed) Olive L Davis, Otis McGin
nis; (Witnessed) J. M. Betts."
WOMEN NOW SWIM WITHOUT RISK OF DROWN
ING IN TANGLE OF BATHING SKIRTS
The "skirts-be-hanged" girls. From left to right:
Betty Blythe, Rosamond Rankin and Rita Johnson.
Los Angeles, Cal. "Skirts be
hanged" (on a clothes' closet peg)
cry these four pretty Los Angeles
Dolores Suarez, Betty Blythe, Ros
amond Rankin and Rita Johnson in-
WHAT THE SHOWDOWN SHOWED
Of course, you noticed the fizzle of
that bluff made by the Pacific Mail
Steamship Co. It didn't haul down
the American flag and go into foreign
registry because of the seamen's law.
It sold out for $7,000,000 to an Atlan
tic steamship company that will have
to comply with that same law.
Every .time a bluff is called on one
pf Uncle Sam's new progressive laws
troduced the new unskilled bathing
They are all athletic girls, and be
lieve that the quickest way to gam
bright eyes and a clear complexion is
to get the duck habit SWIM!
there has to be a showdown and Un
cle takes the nice red, white and blue
A WATERY DUET
A charming young singer called
Got into a flood in Montana,
As she floated away,
Her sister, they say,
Accompanied her on the jjiano