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NOT A SUFFRAGE! ENOUGH ' EXCITEMENT
BEING WIFE OF;'X PLAIN SOLD&R, SHE SAYS
Mrs. De Forest Morton.
When he big army transport
Thomas sailed from San Francisco
recently for Honolulu and the far
east, it carried in the bridal suie de
luxe youngj lieutenant de Forest
WUlard Morton, Eighth cavalry, , ne
phew of Secy, of War Garrison, and.
his bride of two weeks, who was the'
beautiful Esther Todd Smith, a belle
of Washington society.
Lieut Morton is a graduate of the
.University of Pennsylvania, 3 -mem
ber of several fraternities and some
thing of an athlete.
As Miss Smith, who is the daugh-v
ter of a prominent Washington bank
er, the bride"was known as a daring
horse-woman', a splendid tennis and
golf player and a devotee of outdoor
"I am not a suffraget," said Mrs.
.Morton. "Most of the girls are be-"
.coming 'votes for women' advocates,
but I .prefer, to be just the wife of. a
.soldier. That's enough excitement