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MY SUMMER SEARCH FOR LOVE TRUE STORY
OF THE POOR GIRL WITHOUT A HOME
I STOPPED A POLICEMAN AT THE OOR.WER
AND TOLD HIM ABOUT IT. "
BY ETHEL G4-
I have just been reading a lot of
"guff" some very worthy clubwomen
and philanthropic men have been
saying about "the dying race."
"The country is going to the dogs.
Young men and young women are
not marrying any more. Why is it? "
"It is because the girls of the mid
dle class allow the" men too many
liberties," sniffs Mrs. Millionaire.
"Why the other night when we
were motoring through the park I
saw.a man and a girl sitting on one
of the benches. His arm was about
her waist and her hps were raised to
vjl stopped a policemaa.at the cor-4
ner and told him about it; said it was
terrible we should have to be treated
to such immoral exhibitions."
Mrs. Millionaire has a drawing
room, a library, an inclosed porch, a
music room, a conservatory, a ball
room, a limousine car, where each of
her four daughters may be sure of
privacy when one of the many Reg
inald Golddusts calls.
Because he does not SEE Reg
gie's arm about Millicent's- waist or
HEAR the soft impact of their young
lips she makes herself believe that
Reggie and Millicent seek the most
secluded part of the veranda and sit
in the silken hammock to discuss the
.effects of the war on American com
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