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The bridegroom took the little
bride in his arms.
"My dear," he said, "I never saw
her before and I've never saw her
since. To jny belief, I shouldn't know
her from Eve. Why?"
"0, nothing," answered the little
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Photograph showing formal recognition of the Chinese republic by the
United States on May 2. In front are President Yuan Shih Kai and E. T.
Williams, American charge d'affaires at Pekin. Behind are members of the
civil United States legation and United States military and naval attaches.
The group is standing before-the palace of the "Imperial City."
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a bai-gam counter for the sale of demn his coffee? When he has more
municipal bonds. Good tnmg, too! ' than sufficient grourics.
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