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ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT IN GAYNOR; FAMILY-
FOURTH MARRIAGE IN FOUR YEARS
New. York. There's soon, to be an
other bride In the Gayhbf family.
Heleh, the third of the late Mayor
GaynOif's' fdtlr .daughters, is- -to he
married this.pbrihgi.o E. T.( Bedford,
a Brooklyn business man-and grand
son ofc the lte-E T.. Bedf6rd, once
ah ontcial in. the Standard Oil Com
pany. '' Miss Marion Gaynoi", -who is
only 1'6, was; .married' January 28.
Edith and Gertrude, elder; sisters,
have beeri-m&Hed '"within; the last
three years. x
HOW TO LIVE TO BE 100 YEARS
The Maxifrisof Sir James Sawyer, the
Famous" English Physician".
1. Eight hours' sleep .every night.
Sleefo on ybtlr "right side.
Keep" your bedroom" window
Have --a mat at your "be'df ooni
Keep' your bed away front the
6. No cold bath' in the rridrningj
but a bath at the temperature of the
7. Exercise before breakfast;
8. Eat little meatj aild be sure it
is well cooked.
& -Drink no milk,
to adults only;) .
10. Eat plenty of fat to feed the
cells which-Tlestroy disease germs.
11. Avoid intoxicants which de
stroy the cells that combat disease.
12. AllbW nqjet animals! in your
living rodhii for tfiejrcarry disease
13. Live in the countryif you can.
14 Watch the three 'D's drink
ing waterj damp and drains ,
15. "Have cTiange6f Occupation.
'take frequent and short holi-
Limit your ambition.4
-Keep your temper. -