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tMs city, andvher father, a wealthy
Manchester, T5ng., manufacturer, for
the first time in their lives.
The girl was born some months
after Meyer Silver, then a poor immi
grant from England to California,
had separated from his bride. Mrs.
Silver had secured annulment of the
marriage and the husband, who had
meantime returned to Manchester,
was not told of the chUd's birth.
Not unfil he met Violet and her
mother on a ferryboat here by chance
did Meyer Silver know that he had a
daughter living in California. He
had remarried and has a family in
THIS GIRL EMPRESS MAY RULE
LAWYER IN LIBEL SUIT
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lrchciu.ches5 21 tta.
Archduchess Zita, who may some
day be empress of Austria, will be 23
years old May 9. Her husband, Arch
duke Karl Franz Josef, is errand-
nephew and, heir-apparent to Franz I
Josef of Austria-Hungary. -
New York lawyer who will conduct
libel suit for Barnes.
SAYINGS OF A WISE PUP
KI-VI 1 " THE-OMLY REASO N
A AVN TJRS THE WAITER
A QUARTER IS BECAUSE"
HIS WIFE WILL WATT OR
A PENW CHAN6E IN A