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HERE ARE TME NEW MR. AND MRS. McADOO
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WHAT DO YOU MEAN UMBRELl5
Te man ,wo carried-an umbretta
in the days when George HI was king
was 'the prie '"fctesy hoy" of his. tune,
and the "sfssv" of todav who sticks a
"red' feather hi his hat has. an easy .
vtfnteof it compared, with his are4e-
cessor of te lap. century, who was
-so "la'dy-yke" as to protect himself
from, (he rain with an umbrella.
The umbrella ig of onental origin,
and sfii.ce the remotest days the Chhv
ie carried rain shields.- In western
cqunines peapie went, in out 01 lbc
rain when they could, but when they
KjottkuVfthey did,nothing so effemi
nate as to carry ujnbrellas, v