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about the affair; so it 'didn't' matter. 5
"See .here, -Monsieur Rambouche,-"
said George, taking hini'by'the arm.
"I'm going to overlook all this be
cause1 of your disgusting ignorance.
In this couhtry,;niy frieridit is a girKs
privilege to ..flirt, whether . she's .en
gaged ,or not. It's expected, of her.
That's what has' made .pur nation
great that and' the.battteo'f Bunker
Hill. Now., i you'll come back to-the
hotel, I'll buy you something jcool' to
drink. You look as though you need-
" And so you.say Monsieur has be
come naturalized 'now.': Dear me! I
suppose the shock of this intelligence
upset alibis preconceived jdeas. Yes,
I knew; they -were-go'od friends, hup
I didn't know" he'-hail married Miss
Elsie. "But'in srict confidence, dear,
Ll . wonder just what George did say to
(Copyright by W, G-Chapman.)
WATCHING THE1 RESCUE- WORK
xjJ His Br NcwSMots LKJP8l!E,A5SOi
Crowds of :Daytonites watching the work of the; rescuers .at the edge
of the flood. The.Jtorrential rainstorm which helped raise.the waters of
the MiamTso "unprecedentedly' was still in continuance when this picture
was taken, as the raised umbrellas show.
V .Mrs. Mommer According tostKis
paper, boiled, cow's milk -is not good
for babies "Mr: Mommer I, can see
where the paper, is right. A; raw cow
gives better.mUk.than.a boiled, one.-
"Pa,, why do you. always insist on
me singing when Mr- "Spoozleton
comes here?.'" "'Well, I. don't like
that fellow,. and yet. I hate to-come