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hisrphotograpb upon Mademoiselle's
"Monsieur Paul!" Iexclaimed and
he bowed suavejy:
Enough! Think how nearly I came
to killing him whom I had set out
to- find! Put we have-returned to
France now, and wbeneyer Monsieur
and.MadameHenriette have guests it
is I, Jean Barribou, who makes the
salad of Monsieur le Marquis.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
AMERICAN GIRL WEARS RIDING BREECHES
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This is Miss Ruth Boyd of New York, riding astride in Hyde Park,
London, on. her splendid gray, "The King' bred by the late King Edward.
She has several other famous horses from the same stables and is rated
one of the most accomplished horsewomen in the world."
Ex-Actress Henrietta Reutti, of
New York, says this of her husband,
Walter Harrison: "He dresses me
every morning and Ruts- on .my hat
and butters my bread and sugars iriy
coffee and cuts my meat and draws
on my gloves and laces'my shoes and
does just everything. He is six feet
two and the only man in the" world."
"We, too, think that Walter does pret
ty well, but who lights the fire, shine3
her shoes amtf warms her feet?
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