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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 2

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The young "woman who captured
the interest the heir to millions is
very iglnder and has a long Oriental
face, set with strange, diamond
shaped eyes of a smouldering dark
gray. Her face is attractive without
being pretty. But,though she is now
enly 24 years old the unmistakable
tlie gjrls in his own set are num
skulls.' 'I'd marry one of them if I
could find one that had only a little
sense,' he said, 'but such a thing
doesn't exist'!'
"After the wedding Raymond tele
phoned to the apartment and told my
maid to prepare a wedding feast and
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stamp of Broadway is cut deeplyy
upon it.
"I met Raymond Belmont when I
was barely 1& under legal age. From
that time wo were always together.
August Belmont knew about our as
sociation, but he didn't object. Ap
parently he believed that a Belmont
couldn't possibly demean himself by
marrying a poor girl a girl not in
his set. But Raymond told me that j
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