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PRESIDENTS OUSJN WILLvGUIDE SOCIALfcESTINY OF FIRST L AD V
' OF-THE LAND
Sometimes beauty and brains
unite, and then the world pays tribute
"to the mind as well as the charms of
woman! So it is in the case of the
newj private secretary to Mrs. Wood
row Wilson, the first lady in the land.
Sh'e is Miss Helen Woodrow Bones of
Rome, Ga., and is a cousin of the
president. Miss Bones makes her ,
-home at the White. House and' Has al
ready proved herself one1 of . the "in
dispensables" of the Wilson house- -hold;
Her southern manners, her quick
wit and her good. looks are open
sesame to favor with all whom she
meets. . , lt
o o '
' "1 am willing,'' said "the candidate,
after he had hit the :table.V terrible,
.blow with his fist,T 'aojtrust the peq-
jjie; vxietu. otui; jrcucu a ui.uc.uiau j
in the audience. -'Il wish, you'd" open
a grocer's shop."
Miss Helen Woodrow Banes,
-r rO O- .
"a Before pijpa gets tochuckling'over
the return ' to small hats, let -him go
and price onVof those cute, little chif
fon, finger bowls with,;..its rooster
feather sticking straight up for "a
rudder ! It will sure, 'cut the rChuclde
righXp.yt.o.f.ppa;'s;sQuL, i..: .
Cholly--WhaVs the matter, Fwahk,
deah boy? Ftyank Oh; Chdlly,. Ethel
tells, me-sheioyes another. ;3holly
What harduck,, after your-devotion !
Pwant Hard luckl 'Why, Cholly, in
the last sixi'months her father's dos
Lhjabjttpn me juae .times r n