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see the 'Blindness, of Virtue.' You
know the story the perfect inno
cence of poor little Mary, her accept
ance and implicit trust
"As she asked her lover, "Won't
you stay a little longer?' Chad's hand
found mine in the darkness and his
fingers closed around mine. I knew,
Margie, I knew.
"He looked up in my face between
that scene and the next act and see
ing something there, whispered, 'Is
it true, MOllie, is it true? ''And I an
swered, 'As true as heaven itself, if
you want to make it true.'
"Again I knew he was my man;
again I felt the thrill of that day;
again I knew I belonged." .
For a moment we were silent and
then Mollie laughed that infectious
gurgling laugh of hers.
"What is it, dear?"
"Just a joke just a splendid joke.
It is on me and a little on Chad,
but I've got to tell it to some one."
"All right, tell it to me."
(To Be Continued.) ,
LAUGH AT BOSSES' PLAN
The twa teamsters' unions yester
day refused to accept the 75-cent per
week increase offered by the Cartage
Exchange, 'the unions are demand
ing a $1.50 increase.
The Employers ass'n this morning
gave out plans for a $1,000,000 team
ing company, which will be organized
if. a strike takes place. Teamsters
laugh at he plan. They say it is an
attempt to scare them out Negotia
MEDILL AND THE TRIB? NIX!
In a feature story in last Thurs
day's Day Book, carrying a cut of
Mrs. Medill McCormick, her hubby
Medill was mentioned as one of the
owners and an editorial writer of the
Tribune. 'Taint so. Medill McCor
mick has not been connected in an
ownership or editorial way with the
Tribune for several years. Wonder
jwhen that blamed feature story wi
TYPIST BECOMES THE WIFE OF
WEALTHY BANK PRESIDENT
Three years ago Louis Lentz was
a $15-a-week stenographer in Joliet,
Dl. Today she is the wife of George
Woodruff, wealthy president of the
First National bank. She was placed
in a girls' finishing school in New
York to prepare herself for the new
life she will lead in the smartest so
cial set in Joliet.
ALL ARE GABBY ABOUT GABY
New York. Chihuahua puppy
that wears diamond earrings occu
pied suite with Gaby Deslys at Broad
way hotel today. French actress ar
rived yesterday to take part in new
review. Besides hairless pup she
brought 100 trunks, pair of be-tassled
boots, Japanese servant, secretary,
two maids and her dancing partner,
Longest cable crossing the Atlan
tic is that running from Lisbon to
Pernambuco something over 3,300-miles.