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.haps the man is not always so much I lng of it means disgrace, tells some
ot a pad as von' are intimating? .He
may be much in love with the wom
an, and I think one of the chiefest
joys of love to a woman is- being
able to talk about it. Every woman,
even if her love is secret and the tell-
one, I am sure. Jim, where you men
make the mistake of your lives is in
not giving woman the credit of being
human. She likes her conquests to
be known also."
(To Be Continued.)
SHE'S BELLE OF PALM BEACH!
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The former Miss Marjorie Gould, now Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel of New
York, Newport and other eastern society centers, just at present is the most
popular of the many society leaders "wintering" at Palm Beach. -