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THE ROMANCE OF MILLIONAIRE
CRANE GOES TO SMASH
Mrs. Ralph T. Crane in the costume
in which she atended the Pasadena
millionaire's' "Hard Time Ball."
Pasadena, Cal., March 17. Anoth
er rich man's romance has just gone
to smash! Ralph T. Crane, Chicago
millionaire, will be sued for divorce by
his pretty 19-year-old wife.
"Lack of congeniality" wrecked
their ship of domestic bliss.
To protect the family of her hus-
band from notoriety, Mrs. Crane has
steadfastly refused to file any charges
against him in her complaint.
"We have an arrangement satisfac
tory to all," she said, "and as soon
as I have established a legal residence
here I will file a suit My husband's
family is not to blame for this trou
ble. Although I do not expect to see
my husband again there will be noth
By H. M. Cochran.
You've heard men say that women
Should keep themselves at home.
"They're meant to get the suppers,
They have no right to roam."
The men will push the baking
And the cooking on their wives,
And some would even have them
. spend, m
At home, their whole long lives.
Of course, exaggeration has
Crept into this a bit. I
But how some men feel czarlike
Is the point Ifm trying to hit.
They'll claim they do the hardest
While wife cleans pans and lids.
Perhaps the man is dining out,
While wifle tends the kids.v
The whole thing in a nutshell, then,
And this is true enough,
Is that the women do their share
To keep things up to snuff.
For work is work it's sometimes
hard, " '
But home, sweet home, is play.
What would men do without it
When they re finished for the day?
MIGHT BE ALL RIGHT
Philosophers tell us to brighten the
world with our smiles, which would"
be all right were there not sp many
people who are happy only when they
have something to .make them sob.
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