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There, dear, I did not mean to write
that, but, having written it, I am
going to let it stay. Aunt Mary said
to me the other day that if one only
forgot one did not need to forgive.
Perhaps some day I will forget you
and then I won't have to forgive you
for not writing to your Wife.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow)
Literary Lady (writing)
most essential point In our Inter
course with children is to be truthful
ourselves. Every other interest ought
to be sacrificed to that of truth.
Tommy Ma. Mrs. Caller" is coming
in at the gate.
Literary Lady (angrily) If she
asks for me tell her I'm out of town.
(She resumes writing.) When we in
any way deceive a child, we not only
set a pernicious example, but also lose
our influence over him forever.
GUESS IF THEY ARE MARRIED
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