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They were crossing the channel,
and the ship was lurching and rolling
as only in the channel a ship can
foil and lurch.
r She was horribly seasick; he was
.not. And many a honeymoon, no
doubt, has begun like this.
Wesentiy, in a comparatively tran
quil minute, she turned towards him,
"Oh, Harry Harry," she asked,
f "do you love me?"
Love you, my darling?" he said.
j'You know I love you with all my
tteart and soul Love you, indeed! I
adore you, dearest!"
The ship gave another lurch, and
she was silent for a minute. Then :
"Oh. dear, dear. Harrv." ah
fgroaned, "I thought that might help
tme a nttie, out it doesn't not a bit!"
Five United States presidents mar-
jried widows Washington, Jefferson,
dison, Fillmore and Benjamin Har
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In tfi& w rwffi fnmju & group of"
members had gatTwaal tsooSL one
who had just re. I. urinal Timi. an. ex
tensive, joicr expensive taar nnind,
He was describing: -souse of the
wonders he had seen, and TiadTlteM.
them spellbound as he- dwe& en. the
wonders of the Mageflarc-Strafts, fhe
Pacific Islands, and vaaium oflber
places that had Inrpcessaiaffiansefeea
upon his memory.
"And on tbfe wayfiomsIcesrfS,
"I had the honor of playferg bridge
with a king. Thast, teo -was a "VKHt
derful experience in. fis wa"
A man who ha4 bemL&zanjginGre
corner during the whol&a3ds;Bazra
tive, suddenly woke upr
"Pooh! Thafs nothing"" fce saffl.
"I once played with-iSgarMugHf
"Did you, reaHyT" aske&t&esother
sarcastically. "And who were-they,
"The kings of hearts spsdesWClnfis
and diamonds! Incidentally, there
were also several queens present!"
Such was Willie's misconduct that
the school authorities, in despair, re
ported it to the boy's father, hoping
he would see that the crime-was-vis-ited
on the miscreant's head orelse
where in a more effective- manner
than they could.
Next day tender inquiry was-made
for Willie's health, but the lad's- an
swer proved disappointing.
"What!" exclaimed the teacher.
"D'you mean to say your father
didn't whip you?"
"No, ma'am," said Willie. "He told
me a licking would hurt him more
"Stuff and nonsense! Your fath
er's too absurdly sympatheti'c!"
Willie shook his head reminis-
"Not he, ma'am," he remarked;
"but just now he's got rheumatics in