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in want until they died than that you
should have thrown aside and cruci
fied the soul of a woman who loved
you. Besides down in your heart
poor but for yourself you did it I
am glad Kitty is dead. I would not
have had her ever know your hypoc
(To Be Continued)
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AMERICAN PEOPLE ON
WEDDING DAY FOR THEIR GOOD WISHES
By WOODROW WILSON, President of the United States.
(Copyright, 1915, by tha Newspaper' Enterprise Association)
I have been deeply touched by the good wishes so generously ex
pressed by many thousands of my fellow-citizens in connection with my
. Those good wishes have been extended in such good taste and with
such genuine feeling that they have given me a self-appreciation of the fine
feeling of the people of this country towards those whom they have trusted
and who are trying to serve them.
PHES. WTL SOJC
NOW, ALL TOGETHER
Sing a song of front seats.
Fiddles start to whine;
Four-and-twenty chorus girls
Standing in a line.
When the show is opened
They all begin to sing,
And not a person in the house
Can understand a thing.
WOODROW JOINS WE MARRIED'
MEN TONIGHT AT 8:30
f Washington, Dec. 18. The wed
ding ceremony of President Wilson
and Mrs. Norman Gait will be per
formed at 8:30 tonight by Dr. Her
bert Scott Smith at the residence of
the bride, in the presence of only 27
guests. The couple will start on
their honeymoon about 11 o'clock
and expect to return to the White
House not later than Jan 3.
Great secrecy maintained re
garding the wedding ararngements.
It Is rumored Mrs. Gait will wear a
white satin wedding dress with sable
trimmings and veil and rare old fam
ily lace, but it is also rumored she
win be married in a traveling gown.
The ceremony will be performed
in the rose drawing room, where the
courtship was carried on.
Washington, Dec 18, Little Ele
anor Wilson McAdoo, the only grand
daughter of President Wilson, today
enjoyed the honor of being christen
ed on her grandfather's wedding day.
She is named after Mrs. McAdoo's
mother, the president's first wife.
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