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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't!" Teried triumphantly.
'TIS HARDER TO
"Not when they are 'really married.
That was" only" a dream, my dear. The
real life is just, going to begin."
"Our life?,;she whispered.
"Ask Tweedle;',' I replied triumph
LOSE" ROMEO THAN TO,
"LAND" HIM, LEARNS LOVE-SMITTEN HEIRESS, j
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,
J - HER CONSENT
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
Jo run a motor car?"
"Oh, three or four."
"No. motor cars." Boston Transcript
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