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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1914)
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Continued from J'aoe 13
lirltiK mkon for Rranti'il, it spraiiR
My next biitlesnmlil was Mary.
Mary had a quiet, domestic nature.
and so lind the man of her cholie.
One Saturday afternoon they started
out to visit the Zoo, but on the way
she sidetracked him into a famous
department store. "How did you Rot
him in there?" I asked, when Mary
was telling me about it later. "Well,"
said Mary, studying the ring on her
linger, "I told him I wanted to make
It was easy enough to re-construct
the scene. After making her pur
chase Mary led the man of her choice
to a model apartment which the store
was exhibiting. There was a kitchen.
and what man Isn't Interested in
a model kitchen? There was a libra
ry, "And he tried a leather chair,"
reported Mary. "We were all alone.
So I handed him a book and asked
him if ho would like to have his
slippers." "And that put the Idea in
his head?" 1 remarked. For answer,
Mary smiled down at her ring again.
There was a dining room, too. And
a charming little boudoir, fit for any
bride. "By that time," said Mary, "I
was pretending that I was the lady
of the house and I asked him who
lie was, looking In my boudoir like
that. And he said 'Well, I can be
the lady's husband; can't I? Hut I
told him he couldn't, because I had
no ring. So then he nearly ran me
down to the jewelry department and
he wanted to pay a deposit on the
model apartment, too, but I stopped
him in time. Its too much fun to
buy the furniture piece by piece, nnd
I told him so. Catch nie buying It
wholesale like that!"
FLORENCE is more reticent about
how she did It, but she needn't be.
It was a perfectly obvious case.
Ileing an ambitious girl, Florence
chose a young man who had fought
his way up from nearly nothing. He
has hardly started yet, but he has
already gone beyond us, and good
nesB only knows bow high he II
climb. He's one of these combative,
masterful types of men, nnd Florence
started her campaign by arranging
to meet him nnd then studiously
ignoring him. She did it so well that
very soon she aroused in him the
grim resolve Hint she should nut
Ignore him! It was in Marcli when
Florence began looking over his head
as though lie simply didn't exist;
and it was in June when they were
Grace's method was, perhaps, the
simplest of all. While walking
through a field with the man sin
wanted, she picked a daisy and began
plucking the petals, one by one. "He
loves me He loves me not Hut
she kept the result a secret. "What
did the daisy say?" asked the man
she wanted. "Now you know you
don't care!" she told him. Didn't he,
Three of my bridesmaids are now
thus unaccounted for. Of these three,
one is still unmarried, but the other
two have both led husbands to the
altar. I have not yet learned the
details of their engagements, be
cause they have moved away and I've
never had n chance for a confidential
chnt with either of them. But when
I do, do you think there's any doubt
about what I shall hear?
Shall Woman Propose, indeed! It
will be a sorry day if ever she loses
the art. I saw in the paper recently
that there are eight million unmar
ried male adults In the I'nited States.
Whose fault is It? Why, the fault
of the eight million single female
adults who ought to have married
them! Doesn't every woman know
that men are like children and have
to be molded to their own good? Very
well, then. Man Proposes; Woman
Disposes. And there you are'
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