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nble will set aside, Tney tell me
that book shop is just a rendezvous
for men since that actress woman
took charge of it"
'Stop! You must not intimate such
thing about Mary."
"What about Mary?" asked Aunt
"We don't mean you, dear," I -an-l
swered. "Are you ready to go?"
"Then, Mother Waverly, we will
take you. around to the hotel or any-
wffere else you want to go."
"No, thank you. I can walk wnen
I am sent home. You can tell my son
when he wants to see me I'll be at
my hotel. He must not expect to see
me at his house any more."
"Whatever is the matter, Margie?"
asked Aunt Mary.
"Nothing, dear," I said as we drove
off, leaving Mother Waverly raging
on the sidewalk.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
STRIKE "TIE UP'
Remington Company's new plant at Bridgeport, Conn., where strike
of workers may hold up great ammunition orders the allies have placed
with the Remington concern.