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fcegg of my father, yesterday after
noon. I had been gone two weeks. I
returned unexpectedly and went di
rectly to the house and there I found
a woman who was evidently very
much, at home.
"Who may you be?" she asked.
"I am Mrs. Winthrop," I answered.
She flew to the telephone and called
XJ up Barl: 'Say, dearie, your wife is
here I'm, on my way.' After that I
did not see Earl until he came home
with you. I think he brought you
with him because he was ashamed
to face me.
'"What shall I do, Mr. Waverly?
she asked, and then explained: 'Of
course, l want to see jujan nappy
Bill shouted with laughter. "Dick,
she didn't say that?" he said.
"She sure did," answered Dick
with a grin.
"Well, all I've got to say is that she
is the kind of a wife to have."
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
LATEST MODEL OF "ROMEO AND
JULIET" PLAY TO FULL HOUSE
.' New York, Feb. 10. The 1915
model of "Romeo and Juliet," with
certain important love scenes revised
and modernized, played to another
' "packed house" in Judge Hand's
courtroom today. Max Kleist, hand
some young gardener, who won the
hand of Juliet Breitung, millionaire
heiress, resumed the stand in the trial
of his suit against her parents fpr
" $250,000 for alienating her affection.
Kleist insisted that the wooing up
at Edward N. Breitung's country
j palace in Michigan wasn't at all the
way Shakespeare wrote it He ac
pipted Miss Breitung's offer of mar
riage, but found out very quickly that
Mrs. Breitung didn't approve.
She said I had neither education
nor reputation," he declared. "Mr.
Breitung got me a job in New Mexico
where they set me to carrying
paite of dynamite over slippery, ley
A year ago H was a very romantic
story, Romeo and Juliet A Lochin
var rode out of the west The gar
dener and the banker's daughter,
wealthy girl, marries poor man and
defies parents. '
That was a year ago when Max"
Fred M. Kleist, German chauffeur atfff
gardener, eloped with Juliet Breitung
wealthy banker and owner of mr
steamer Dacia. 1 "'
Since that time romance has p&ledV
Juliet returned to her parents shbr
ly after the ceremony. Romeo Vehf
west to work In the mines" as" .
Now he has returned add he is
demanding that the papa of Julia
pay him $250,000 for alienation of af-s
fections and yesterday offered v let
ters written by Juliet showing that
she had done the greater portion of
the wooing in a regular up to date
Juliet style. ' '
"Juliet sought an introductlontb
me," the drooping Romeo declared.
I "She made the first date and actually
tunes on the vlctrola. Her proposal
came like a thunderbolt"
Then he introduced through cdun
sel the love letters of the modeir
Juliet showing that Juliets no longer"
languish while waiting for Romeo;
to declare their love, but go right Oti
and get the Romeos. u '
"I have something nice to tell you
now," one of them read. "I hafet
made tip my mind that I will marry
you as soon as I get to New York.Wi
They were inaTried in Gnice
Church, fov. 22, r 1913. After We
ceremony Juliet pleaded that Tsh",&&
permitted to return home until ate
had been introduced into society, but
she visited Romeo every day, accord
ing to his story until the parents '-of
Juliet interfered and Papa Breitunjg
sent Romeo to work in a silver mlhU
in New Mexico with the idea that; if
he made good Juliet would be his.
Romeo says Juliet now declares she
doesn't want him any more. Hence,
the alienation suit