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For we only live one day at a time,
You dear and I.
"Why don't you send these little
poems to the magazines, Margie?
You certainly can write!" exclaimed
Mollie, after I had brought the little
verse out and read it to her.
"Do you think so, dear? It never
occurred to me that any one but you
or some one like you would care for
them. I used to write such things
often to .Dick when we were first
married, but he never seemed to care
much about them, and I thought
they were worthless, if not in sen
timent at least as literature."
(To Be Continued.)
"LADY NICOTINE" BEATEN BY
HUSBAND IN FRANCE
Paris, v May 17. Mrs. George
Washington Lopp, known as "Lady
Nicotine" because she collected cig
arette funds for French soldiers in
America, and her daughter, Sophia
Machain, were recovering from nu
merous bruises while the American
ambulance committee was attempt
ing to hush the scandal caused by
the arrest of Mrs. Lopp's husband, a
member of the committee.
Loop made charges against his
wife. In the ensuing altercation
both women were beaten.
tHIGH ABOVE. THE
TOWN WE KEP
AM0N6 THE. CROWD,
TILL THE VOTERS
but our merry sport
FOR BELOW THE.MfWCWJ
AND WE LANDED FROM
IH A ,ARK AND