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ANNE MORGAN EATSER LUNCHES WITH HER
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Miss AnneiMbrgan takes ..most of
her lunches at-,the new "Spug" res
ed for the worMng girls' of, lower-
New York. The restaurant serves to
the member of the "Spug" Club appe
tizing food served in the daintiies
Miss Morgan is a woman of the
simplest tastes, both in her dressing
and eating, and if one should happen
in the "Spug" restaurant at luncheon
time one mignt not realize for the
L moment that the gray-haired woman
with the str6ng face and ordinary
black gown and hat was the daughter
of the late czar of finance, rather she
might he taken for a self-respecting
business woman of moderate income.
'THE STINGY VARIETY .
"Ghollie is, certainly, a peach, but
he won't 'give me an engagement
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" "Perhaps-he's a cling stone."