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PRINCE ARTHUR MARRIES DUCHESS OF FIFE
London, Oct. 15. In the presence
of an assemblage of royalty only sur
passed by the recent wedding of the
Kaiser's daughter, Prince Arthur of
Connaught, son of King George's un
cle, was married today to his cousiri,
the Duchess of Fife, in the chapel
royal, St. James palace.
The match has been generally re
garded as the nearest possible ap
proach to a royal romance, as, ex
cept for the necessity of providing a
wealthy bride for Prince Arthur and
the desirability of keejlng the mil
lions of the duchess in England, no
state purpose is served by the alliance.
London. Suffragets attacked the
carriage in which King George' and
Queen Mary were on their way to St.
James palace -to" attend the wedding
of Prinze Arthur of Connaught and
.the Duchess of Fife.
Don't make he mistake of bun
dling up your child's throat every
time it goes out. In the morning after
its bath pour cold water over your
hands and rubs its throat, chest and
back with it. Then rub it with a
coarselowel. If you do this you 'find
your child will be immune from
Ruff Hello, Fluff! I hear you
married a woman with an independ
ent fortune. Fluff (disconsolately)
No. I married a fortune with an in
dependent woman. Judge.
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