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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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piAys fairy godmother to young man
but she's as lovely as cinderella
Dowagiac, Mich ., March 3. Fairy
godmothers are not always young,
beautiful and very wealthy.
But Mrs. Dickinson H. Bishop, who
played fairy godmother to young
Phillip Edgar Grant, Cornell gradu
ate and member of a prominent New
York family, is lovely enough to play
Cinderalla rather than the godmoth
er, and she has the wealth of a prin
cess. Mrs. Bishop was on her way to
Panama when she discovered the
steward in the steamer bathroom was
the son of a family friend a young
chap who had strayed-from-homeand
"fallen from fortune." She urged him
to return home and give up the bath
room job. Mrs. Bishop was divorced
in January from Dickenson H. Bishop,
the Dowagiac "stove king." He set
tled on her $100,000.
o o
My auto bell on rainy days
Is still, though coppers fret;
"Why should 1 keep it ringing "when
My clothes are wringing wet?
o o
A man can buy a hat for $1.50, but
a -woman has to pay $15 .for a "man
nish" hat -

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