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either commit suicide or get a
divorce." "Here, Margie, do you know you are paying a dollar a minute to tell me this? I am coming home tomor row, darling, and then you'll forget' there are such words as loneliness or monotony in the dictionary." "Good-night, Dicky, and I am glad I'm alive, for you love me," I said as I hung up the 'phone. Dick is' quite a satisfactory hus band even if he don't write love let ters. (To Be Continued Tomorrow.) (Copyright, 1914, by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.) o o ' new york. a cuppel of wall st brokers named'smith and peters was having lunch together and discussing their friends, when smith hapened'to mention a guy named bill skinner peters he remembered bill all right, bill having stung him for sevrel.thou send dollers in a deal that just got by the door of the grand jury room bill had faded away after that per formance, and peters hadent ever herd from him sinse so he says to smith, by golly, if ypu don't want to spile my appetite, don't talk to me about bill skinner, the miserble skoundrel , " why, that guy is so crooked he has to turn around 3 times to get . his pants on well, ansers smith, i know you're sore at him but i want to tell you this about bill, his heart is in the right place ' i'me satisfide, says peters, if his heart is in jale, the rest of him must he there, toe HERE'S '"STAGE -BEAUTY" WHO piO,EfeNT WANT TITLE ' A ittt New York, N. Y. "The worst af fliction ever visited on me was when a" press agent got me into the papers as a 'stage, beauty.' " So says Anne Meredith, playing in "The Rule of Three."' "I don't want1 the distinction. The record's show that stage beauties nev er are given any.-credit. for the quality of their, acting, nor do they save any money. .They' can't; it costs too much to live'up:.tb their title." " oo vNQgQDY KNEW HJM "Oh.j'm'in such trouble!' My lit tle Willie's" got lost!" 'Well, well, it'll be all right. Every one in the neighborhood knows, him." "OhyridlTpyirknow Him today, because I've just washed him!"