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"Oh, Margie, Margie, I am so happy
I belong to him "
Shades of Eros! Does every wom
an say that in the first flush of her
lovedoes to give herself wholly and
unreservedly seem the most wonder
ful thing she can do?"
Why is it little book, that this self
sacrificing glamor wears off?
Why does one's heart, one's soul,
one's individuality, seem so small m
comparison to his love at this time
and why do they loom so large on
one's horizon after marriage.
Mollie's letter takes me back, little
book, to the never-to-be-forgotten
night 'when I, too, wrote exultantly,
"after tonight I shall belong "
It is the primal woman who speaks,
but alas, we are primal no longer and
we find out very soon that to no one
can we delegate the task of being
captain of our souls not even to our
Will Mollie wake up as I have? I
don't know. In fact, I do not yet
know to whom Mollie has given her
self. Evidently in her excitement
Mollie does not realize she has not
given me the name of her husband to
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
o o i
WAR NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO
French war office declared that left
flank of allies' forces had reached Ar
ras and that on right flank the Ger
mans had been drive back across the
German army headquarters report
ed that allies were being. hammered
with artillery and that all attempts of
allies to break through had been re
pulsed. Today opened the fourth week of
the battle of the Aisne.
Petrograd reported that the Gerr
mans had suffered terrible defeat in
provinces of Lodz and Suwalki.
Berlin reported that Russian off en'
sive against German advance in prov
ince of Suwalki had failed.
German cruisers Scharnhorst and
TGneisenau bombarded and half de
stroyed Papeete, capital of Tahiti
French possession in South Pacific
MOVIE PERSONALITIES ,
Dorothy Gish, popular movie ac
tress, recently received a letter
which was written in Spanish and
postmarked in Spain. It cost her $4
to have the letter translated and it
proved to be a request for a photo
graph and words of admiration for
her recent film portrayals.
Gallant Major It's glod I am to
see ye about again, me dear lady; but
what was it that was troubling ye?
Gonvalescent I was very, very ill,
major, through ptomaine poisoning.
Major Dear, dear, now! What
with that an' delirium tremens you
never know what to eat or drink nowadays.
Nyack, N. Y. Because his wife
was a "movie inebriate," John Rob
ertson obtained a divorce and custody
of their child.