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SOCIETY WOMAN WANTS TO
Newport, R. I. A palatial home at
Newport will be exchanged for a hos
pital tent on the battlefield if the gov
ernment accepts the proffered serv
ices of Mrs. James J. Brown, wife of
' v the Denver and Newport millionaire.
She will equip her own-hospital out
fit if she goes to the ' front. Mrs.
Brown has had experience in. nurs
ing women and children in the coal
mine regions .of Colorado and as a
Titanic survivor she helped to nurse
the sufferers of that ill-fated ship.
Colored wigs. Detroit 'News
IN- REEL LIFE ''
It is the regular thing for a gam
bler to weave a web, but a prize
fighter is usually called "Spider"
A hard man has to come to an end
with his boots on, or undergo a con
spicuous reformation to slow music.
Where there are two nephews, one
is a Good Nephew and the other Is'
a Wicked Nephew. There seems to
be a scarcity of intermediate or Nor
There "are also two kinds of law
yers the unscrupulous and the be
nign. The latter is always lading out
oceans of comforting and gratuitous
advice, but you bet -the other guy col
A convict picture always seems to
revolve around a Young Girl.
No eloping couple ever omits be-
ing chased by an angry father. .Pecu
liarly enough, capture always ends
up with marriage.
"Little boy, can you point me out
the house where De Limmer, the;
great landscap artist, lives?"
, "Yes'm that's Jiim down there
whitewashing his fence."