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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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SOCIETY A BORE; WOMEN ARE CATS, CHAPPIES
WORSE LADY BETTY
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San Francisco, Dec. Z "Society
Women are cats. Their maids are a
nuisance. And the chappies that fol
low them around the society men
are worse than bores. Altogether
society is nothing more than a but
terfly life without the flowers that
butterflies are usually supposed to
fee fond of. So there you are."
LADY
eSTTY
QtSICE-
eweRsofl
Lady Betty Grice-Emerson of
Brighton, yes, a real, honest-to-good-ness,
blue-blood-in-her-veins English
lady, was speaking in a vacant lot
with tin cans and goats and ponies
and a dog tent around.
Back of her with a whimsical smile
playing about the corners of his
mouth, and his hands slapped, on. tw53

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