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course they can. Anyway, it will be
an interesting experiment Who shall
Eliene invite, Annie?"
"Well, Mrs. Symone, you must not
invite your mother-in-law, nor Miss
Margaret's mother-in-law, nor any
of the women who would act uppity,
"All right, Annie. I'll only invite
those of my friends who are liko
Margie and myself and you write me
out the rest of the list"
And so were invitations sent out
to what proved one of the most in
teresting occasions of my life.
(To Be Continued.)
PUG DOG HAS $150 FUNERAL, PLUSH CASKET.
AND POLICE GUARD TO KEEP CROWD AWAY ,
Mrs. Harry Jackson Watches by "Monkey's" Bier.
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 21. With
greater funeral honors than are ac
corded many men, "Monkey," a pug
dog, owned by Mrs. Harry Jackson,
has just been buried.
"Monkey" died, of pld age after
four veterinary surgeons had been in
attendance for three months.
Mrs. Jackson was almost pros
trated and sat weeping beside the
coffin containing the body of the dog
until time for the funeral.
The dog, 20, was said to be the old;