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the old lady. "He was my first hus
"You've been married twice,
then?" inquired Paddy.
"Three times," sai dthe old lady.
. "But, as I was .saying, I can't ask
you to stay, because" Michael's a jeal
ous man, and "
"And," she added -wistfully, as the
car drove off, half an,hour,Jater, with
a happy couple upon one seat and a
joyous old man on the other, "I think
I'll be off to Father Flynn and ask
him if it's a mortal sin to have taken
three husbands when I never had one,
and a fine young man like that me
that never bore any childher."
- (Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
"NEVER LOST A TRENCH," IS
RECORD OF FRENCH GENERAL
COLLEGE EDUCATION NO BAR TO
( HAPPY' MARRIAGE
"UKMBWCOO OJ&JVJLy HUT
Gen. De Ma'ud'huy of(the French
army, recently wounded in action in
Flanders. He has the distinction of
never having lost a trench since he
took command of the right wing of
Gen. Foch's army.
1 o o
A sneaking suspicion is growing
that that Panama canal is a mighty
sight greater accommodation for
banana ships than for battleships.
I v BX
JJ. I WTtTOS-CTglUB?. Sf EEEE
Dean Virginia C. Gildersleeve of
Barnard College, who declares that
that are fewer divorces among col
lege women, because the invariably
self-reliant college graduate marries
for love, not for a home.
OF COURSE, THEY WILL WEAR
COTTON, SAYS BETTY BROWN -
The patriotic June bride the bride
who believes the best things are the
things made in America, is going to
wear a cotton gown on her wedding
day and most of her trousseau will
be made of cotton.
But don't conjure up visions of a
dowdy bride, or a bride in a "sensible
white gown." Cotton is no longer
plain, and it's no longer "sensible,"
as far as price is concerned. You
can pay as pretty a price for cotton
as you can for satin this season. The.
cotton voiles are. lovely, and cotton
net trimmed with fine lace makes an
attractive and a far from inexpensive
More watchful waiting for Wood
rf me-stork is 'most ready to
alight on the McAdoo-chimney.
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