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Rock at the would-be bridegroom.
"Papa," shrilled lsador. "What
you trying to do? It is a thing you
shouldn't. Mamma will-be fierce mad
Miss Gnipewich and the clergy
man looked questioningly at Wieden
baum. He made no denial. He mere
ly shrugged his shoulders.
The bride did not faint She mere
ly drew away among her relatives
"If it's like that, I'm sure I don't
Wiedenbaum smiled. The smile
goaded her relatives and friends.
Somebody snatched the bride's bou
quet and jammed it into Wieden
baum's face. Another smashed his
hat down on his ears. Many kicked
and punched him. He tried to fight
his way out of the church and there
was a wild struggle along the aisle.
"Well, I was caught that's all,"
said he to Lieut Finn. "I've been
going with the girl two years. It
was only ten blocks' away from
where my wife lived and nobody got
wise not until now."
' There was a roar from the crowd.
"I guess I'd better be locked up
right now," said Wiedenbaum. As
he was being led to a cell somebody
threw something in lieu of rice and
old- shoes. It was. his battered silk
o o '
Among bachelors, 38 out of 1,000
are criminals, married men, 18 to
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