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"Perhaps your countrymen aren't
so quick with the rent," said Doro
thy. "You see, we-have fernmonths'
all ready for -whoever the landlord is."
"My dear young Jady, I thought I
explained to you thaiMie was dead,"
replied the other. "He was an ec
centric character, old Mrs." Samuel
"What-!" said Dorothy, rising and
staring hard at the Visitor. "Who's
his granddaughter,? Quick! Answer
"Ah, there you have me,." answered
the Englishman. "If we knew that we
could trace the ownership "
"Don't worry," answered Dorothy.
"Her she is. O, Ellis, this was grand
father'house after all, and it's mine
I feel it's mine. And, Ellis we've
got four months-' rent money in the
bank, and all for ourselves to spend!"
KINSMAN OF KINGS MARRIED IN CITY HALL
BASEMENT; BRIDE A.DIVOECEE.
Hr. ?Mi-j. J. Napoleon.
In a musty, dingy basement room
m the New York City Hall with Ald
erman "Happy Jack" Riordan offi
ciating, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte,
-great-grand-nephew of Napolean I.,
emperor of the French, was married
to Mrs. Blanche Pierce Strebeigh. The
bride is a recent divorcee. Bonaparte,
is the son of Jerome Napoleon Bona
parte and Caroline Appleton. He
lives in Washington. On the mai
riage license he wrote, "No occupa
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