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"And scTtomorrow, Margie, I'm go
ing to be a full-fledged working vtH
man. And between you and me, dear,
I feel I shall have my troubles with
that 45-yearold personage and per
haps he'll havea.few troubles with
I'll bet on Mollje.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
WHO TOLD HIM?
"Now, children," said a school
teacher, "can any of you tell me of
a greater power than a long?"
"Yes, ma'am!" cried a small boy,
"Very well, you may tell the class,"
replied the teacher.
"An ace!" was the unexpected reply.
THIS SINGER PLAYS A DOUBLE ROLE
Paris, France. Mile. Nelly Marthy
Scott is a grand opera star at night
and a gardener by day.
She has a beautiful house an his
toric old chateau on the outskirts of
Paris and she spends several hours
each day attending to her flowers and
vegetables. Mile. Scott as her quaint
name, "Nelly Marthy" suggests is
Scotch rather than French, and, aside
.from the opera, Paris has few attrac
tions for her. She is now starring in
Manen" at the Opera Comlque.
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textile factories" in this country.. I $10,000,000.
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