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almost famous, in Italy. And so my
wife and I are on our wedding trip
here, and you must meet her."
"Marta?" flashed out Miss Ever
Tony nodded. "We afestaying at
the Continental." he said. "I wonder
if it is too late? She wanted me to
bring you back tonight."
Five minutes later Miss Eversham
found herself in the Dresence of
"Tony!" she exclaimed in bewilder
ment, turning from one smiling face
to the other.
Tony was rubbing his hands and
chuckling like a' schoolboy. .
WOULD DIVORCE MODEL
"You see, Miss Eversham," he ex
plained, "this is Marta. Juliana Le
gardi was how do you Say? her
nom de plume. And the photograph
was a deception. very wicked! You
see, Marta did not want me any more
than I wanted her, and so she came
here to test me; and when she saw I
was faithful she told me before she
sailed, and so we sailed together, be
ing married the day before. And now
is- qur honeymoon and ah, Miss
Eversham, you would understand
better if your sweetheart had been
the son of the man wh,o saved your
father in the time of the revolution."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.) '
BECAUSE OF HER LACK OF MODESTY
Picture of "Innocence," with (in
set) Charlotte Davies Briggs, artist's
model, from whom her husband, a
New York publisher, asks divorce be
cause she posed posed for picture,
attired only in a smile and protesting
Mrs. Soner, Quarryville, Pa., moth
er of nine children, is proclaimed the
champion cake-baker. Just think of
iiiue yelling for champion cake!
Women of the Victorian Era didn't
know their full possibilities, but they
didn't have to stand up- in the street