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old girL Never -would I have-done-it
If I had thought much about it, you
know. I told Jim this evening he was"
in luck to have MoISe refuse him, for
Mollie is a headstrong girL"
"Did you see Jim this evening?'
"For only about as long as It took
to drink ten highballs. Jim -was try
ing to drown his sorrow, but I told
him he should sing a song, for Mollie
p Isa headstrong girL"
9 I wondered if Jim, too, was drunk.
Are men all alike? (
(To Be Continued)
PRES. WILSON TO TAKE BRIDE
BEFORE NEW YEAR'S DAY
Washington, Oct 7. All White
House romance records were shat
tered today with announcement of
engagement of President Wilson to
Mrs. Norman Gait, widow of a
Washington Jeweler. Their wedding,
planned early in December, at the
bride's home, will be the third
in the president's family since his in
auguration, his two daughters, Jessie
and Eleanor, having been married. f
The president has been a widower
exactly 14 months today. Mrs. Gait;
formerly Miss Edith Boiling, daugh
ter of Judge Wm. H. Boiling of
Wytheville, Va., is about 38 years old
and has been widowed eight years.
She has no children.
While the wedding date has not
been officially announced, close
friends of the president and Mrs.
Gait understand it will be held before
the middle of December, shortly
after congress reconvenes.
BANG! FOUR DEAD!
Emporium, Pa., Oct 7. At least
four men were instantly killed and
a dozen seriously injured in explo
(j) sion of 5,000 pounds of guncotton at
Aetna Explosive Co.'s plant last
Aetna plant here is product of the
European war. It is manufacturing
for British and French governments
Growth of plant on account of wai
orders has added about 5,'00Q to the 1
population of -Emporium Cause o
WORLD OF CRIME HER SCHOOL1
Would much rather go to tea danc
es of an afternoon than on a slum
ming tour, but to gather "local color"
for her role in the crook play, "Kick
In," she spends much of her leisure
in the haunts of crime. That's why
Molly, the wife of Chick Hewes, re
.'ormed crook, is the big hit in
BAKERS TO GET BUSY
Adams Catering Co., Inc., the Lin
coln Parkway Tea Room, Lincoln
pkwy. and Superior, has locked out
its union bakers. Organized bakers
will begin agitation campaign, Oct.
11, covering the South Side from 63d
to 79th sts. v