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died a "year ago," she said. "He was
killed in an accident. We were un
happy. I did not know that people
could be unhappy after they were
"They can'tiI cried triumphantly.
"Not' -when they are xeally married.
That was only' a dream, my dear. The
real life is just going to begin."
"Our life?" she whispered.
"Ask Tweedle," I replied triumphantly.
'TIS HARDER TO
"LOSE" ROMEO THAN TO
"LAND" HIM, LEARNS LOVE-SMITTEN HEIRESS
Mrs. Juliet Breitung Kleist, whose
husband ex-coachman sued her
parents for alienating her affections.
The judge took the case from the
jury and decided against the husband,
'Td go to the end of the world for
"Go as far as you like, but don't
bother to buy a return ticket." N. Y.
"How long did it take you to learn
to run a motor car?"
"Oh, three-or four."
"No. motor cars." Boston Transcript