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has made provision fpr her to inherit
his vast estate?, amounting to up
ward of $7,000,000.
The young lady thus favored of
fortune is the daughter of E. J. Cal
ley. Her father is conducting an in
vestigation, and if no flaw develops
Miss Calley says she. will accept her
benefactor's invitationlfr visit him at
his Australian home.
Are the hands of clock signs al
ways painted to point to just a little
before 20 minutes after 8?
Perhaps you have wondered about
There is a reason and tomorrow
we will tell you the answer.
"I can see at a glance, madam,"
said he, "that you would not be in
terested in the preparation I am sell
ing, except possibly as a gift to some
of your neighbors,"
"What are you selling?" she in
quired with interest
"A facial beauty preparation,
madam," he replied. Judge.
LAP LION LOLLS IN LAP OF LUXURY, BUT KING
OF DESERT ISN'T HAPPY
Society has lassoed the lion. Where t girl, and an Intrepid hunter, started
once the lapdog yelped now the lion the fad when she adopted a cub lion
roars. Miss Bonflls Denver society I for a pet, Other society women are
THEY SHOULD WORRY
A Play of Japanese Court Life.
Scene The audience room the
palace of the mikado of Japan.
Enter the Japanese minister of war
who rubs his nose into the carpet at
the feet of the mikado.
Minister of War I salute the
August Presence with all the hum
bleness of my lowly station.
Mikado I hear the Americans are
contemplating preparedness. What
have you to say?
M. of W. Oh, son of innumerable
ancestors! They are indeed talking
Mikado How do they intend to
M. of W. Same favor the Aus
tralian method, some the Swiss, some
the German and some the Pork. They
are planning an army of from 140,
000 to 6,000,000.
Mikado As definite as that, eh?
And how will they get their officers?
M- of W. Oh, most exalted lord,
qll the sons of all the politicians ex
pect to be officers and wear pretty
Mikado But what of the experi
enced officers who lead their army
now. What have they to say?
M. of W. Nothing, your majesty.
They've been muzzled. They are
"militarists" and therefore are never
allowd to say anything about mili
Mikado (with sigh of relief) Our
gods are good to up, We have noth
ing to fear. Qo on with your plans.
. o o-
The best way for a man to show
his disapproval of a woman's apparel
is not to notice it If he has enough
will power. "