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, ''He must be a goed man, Margie."
"Mollie, dear, every man is good and every woman is good. We make mistakes only through misunder standing. Because the women that Malcolm Stuart loved and revered failed him he immediately said, 'All woman will fail me if I, give them the chance.' So he bought women for his pleasure and probably cast them aside when he tired of them. "He is not good because he does not understand. As you say, we do not know what we would do if our lives were cast in different places." "You are very fond of Malcolm, Margie?" "Yes, Mollie," I said. "He appeals to my mental and spiritual sides more than any man t have ever met." "And ?" she questioned. "That is all," I answered honestly. (To Be Continued.) o o Commonwealth club reorganiza tion meeting Fri. night, at Kimball restaurant, 116 Monroe. Mr. Philip Steele, chief engineer of the 22d sL pumping station, speaks on "Water Works of Chicago." Dinner served at 6:30 p. m., 60 cets. City club luncheon Fri. "A Sound Administrative System the Solvent of School Problem," by Prof. Chas. H. Judd, head of the Univ. of Chica go school of education. HOW PRESIDENT AND LAND ARE This picture shows how President and Mrs. Wilson are being guarded wherever they go. Three of the best men in the federal secret service, a naval aide and a military officer ac company them. The group was THE FIRST LADY OF GUARDED snapped after leaving Memorial hall, Washington, where they took part in a Washington's birthday celebration. With Mrs. Wilson is Col. W. W. Harts, in charge of buildings and grounds.