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girl and the authorities will clear it
up if it takes months. I will believe
this woman was murdered until I am
convinced by actual evidence that
she took her own life.
Garfield was also, known, as George
About his girl wife living in Oak
land, Cal., little is tfnown.
AMERICAN WOMAN IN FRENCH
LONG AND WIDE IS THE FASHION
Brooklyn. Dr. Mary B. Crawford
will no longer ride in an ambulance
through the streets of. New York.
The woman who became famous as
an ambulance surgeon has gone to
France to serve as surgeon in the
French Red Cross.
She will work under the direction1
of Dr. George Rambeau of the Pas
teur Institute; her 'expenses and that
of six, other doctors will be paid by
the Duchess of Tallyrand, the former
"What seems to be the matter with
"The wheels are tired." Judge.
A fur stole is no longer merely a
scarf, it's a whole wrap in itself. The
Paris model illustrated is almost a
yard wide, and it is long enough to
criss-cross over the shoulder and
wrap once about the neck.
Skunk, which is the fashionable
fur of the season, Is used to develop
this odd winter wrap.
Vinegar heated to the boiling point
will soften paint brushes that have
become dry and hard.