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TIIR ItKR: OMAHA, TUKSDAV, JULY J7, 1915.
BIFLE IS A BACK NUMBER!
Mort Successful iJe&Ui Instruments
Are to Firor in the Wan of
HfFANTEY 0S1T ITT EMERGENCY
iOrreepcmVnee of the ABends-leo1 Press.)
TOTTBRDAM, June . Military -perts
here are of the opinion that It la
rilghly probable the ti tssnt war will ea
the end of the rifle at the principal
vMpon of Infantry.
According to German agents In Hol
land, the German army la raptdly eubelt.
tutlng men armed with machine gims In
place of rifles. Men no armed.' and pro
tected hy concrete works and wire en
tanglements, can hold off a long line of
the enemy. The tendency. It la said, la
to bring np main foroee of Infantry only
At the beginning of the war. Germany
waa credited with having oftOOO machine
guns. Notwithstanding aome heavy loseea
of theee weapone. the factorlea have been
working day and night an It la now
aaserted that the number being uaed on
the various fronta la twice that total.
A German agent In Rotterdam etatee
Germany's esse at followa:
Opiates hy Kapcrt.
"Military sclencs develops o rapidly In
ttmea of actual war that the weapon of
today aoon la discarded and eomethlng
better taken up. The greateel aeeet Ger
many poaaeeaee la Ita ability lo aee ahead
and make today the weapon of tomorrow.
"With the enemy, the rifle la a aort
of fetlah. The Engllali are highly elated
because the war haa ahown that their
men can shoot atralghter and quicker
than the Oermane. There la little cause
for triumph. A large part of Ihe time
spent In training their troopa la apentj
In teaching them Ihe construction and
uee of the rifle, while our men are being
taught how to handle and aerve the ma-j
china gun. I
The present ar will are the end ofl
many thlnga aa it haa aeen the birth of
many thlnaa. and although tha rifle may
not disappear before peace la algned, Ita
doom aa the principal arm of infantry
Where la there any sound argument
agalnet the gradual aubetltittlon of tha
light machine gun for the rifle? After
all. Maxim la merely an Improved
automatic rifle with a water Jacket. A
man who could fire a kicking gun of the
period of ISIS could fre and carry a
Maxim with less effort. Are we not told
that In tHo old daya the concentrated
fire on one aide of en Kngllsh aqua re
emptied less then a srnre of Crencli ssd
dle at effective ranaa? One modern ma
chine gun would .have wiped out the
"In modern warfare and particularly
In trench warfare, the aoldler who rah
fire 100 ahota to hie opponent's five baa
ninety-five rhancea of coming out un
arathed. Tha German aoldler preftae
tha machine gun to the rifle. It enablea
him to alt down comfortably and squirt
death at the foe aa water la squirted
through a hoae, and It glvea- biro that
aenae of euperlority and security which
the possession of a superior-weapon al
waya bringa to the fighting man."
, Camp High in Air
(Correspondence of The Aaaoclated Preee.)
DKIIR , (Vllsyet of Van). Turkish
Arrreri'e. May 1 ivia TVtrogred), June 1
Outposts of the Russian forcea here are
bivouacking . 10,000 feet above - aaa , level
around the region of the Ilaneour paaa,
trarklng the approach lo Van, the capital
of the Armenian' vilayet, which la an Im
portant aeat of American mlaatone. The
1-aat Ifelf haa been taken back Into
Jtuwlan control by an operation In which
the Armenian cleared the surrounding
lillla of acattercd Turks and Kurds. From
the number of empty cartridges found In
the. yielded trenchea. It ia apparent that
the Turks lacked marksmen rather than
Bashkala, the moat important town be
tween Oilman and Van, waa reoccupled
lodey by Russian cavalry, which drove
off about fifty Kurds,' and with thla event
the long expected advance on Van began
in earnest The great question agitating
the minds of the Riiesiana and of the
Armenian volunteers, ia whether they will
arrive In time to aava tha beleaguered
Armenians of Van from alaughter.
. (Note: Cable dispatches from Turkish
Armenia In the middle of June said
briefly that the Kuaalan foroee had oc
cupied Van. and that, tha threatened
inaaaacre of Chrlatlana by Kurds and
Turks had been averted.)
- The Armenian volunteera have behaved,
well la thla campaign, aa the? did at Dll
man. Hera they held an exposed trenoh
fourteen houra under Turklah fire with
out relief and then advanced on the
wavering enemy. The head of the
.Armenian volunteera haa been a leader of
revolutionary bands for twenty years. A
elleat. observant man with .bronaed
features, shaggy browa and mustache, be
tnlrht pose for a western sheriff. Para
gon Khan, his ehtef-of-ateff, la a atrlking
contrast. lie la) typically Armenian In his
vivacity, but an Indispensable aide, as
tha leader doea not apeak Russian. The
detachment of Armenian volunteera,
numbering about I.OUO. Is composed of
only 1 per cent Russian Armenians, the
remainder being more or lean recent
refugees from Turkish oppression. There
are two froiy America, one from China,
and quite a number from Armenian
colonies In Bulgaria .and hounuuila. One
of the men from America abandoned a
prosperous bualneaa In New York te help
free hie race. Another waa professor of
archeology at Petrograd. A third waa a
teacher In an Armenian college at Yalta.
The Junior surgeon ass educated In the
American college at Beirut. Many ex
pect to emigrate to America after the
A -For Sale" ad wtu fir second-head
furniture into cash.
FRENCH SOLDIER IS BUT
THREE AND HALF FEET TALL
(Correspondent e of the Associated Press.)
PARIS. July K. The shortest aoldler
h the French army la Guy Coudert. whs
stands t feet Inoaee. but te solidly built
enough to carry a soldier's load. When
be presented himself at ths recrultln
office at Versailles ths surgeon on duty
refused to examlaa him. - but later be
as incorporated In the' One Hundred
Sixth-eighth Infantry at Lena. Ths butt
si runcule because of hie diminutive stat
ure, he proved he could fallow tha psoe
and euoa earned ths stripes of corporal
tela Ba. S CBM Mr Is tits. I
Xlosn's Lsnlament will help our scla-'
t i e. Ott a JSC bottle now. It pt-netrate'
-k!l!s , pain etopg uiany acree Aic
From Our Near Neighbors
".I C. McCheeney la in Kansas City on
Ij. 1. Klion's father from Florida la
visiting Mm. -
Up IVr K .f.n im t4alfln ralatlvaa In
and around North f'lette.
Mr. and Mrs. t ranaall or rourn irmana
apent Tuesday with Aire. Kepler.
liotir BiTBI"T p momfr in inin'. .,
has been apendlng a week at the Bchaefer
Jacob Frokaw Is looking for hla son.
Crank and famtlv of Warm River Val
ley. Oregon, todav.
The Women e Missionary society had
a busy session Thursday afternoon at the
home or Mrs. w. E. vi-on.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P Kepler have as
house gueat Mre. Kepler's aunt, Mrs. J.
u. nair or rmaue ruvpr, iv.
tl I l.-.A ibk...un la maklnfl a H D rt
Mey with her brother In I'llger, Neb. Mra.
Uhman ana innoin lert inurmiy m
her there. .
The eon end daughter of Charlea F.
Mr.H ..,. frnm m Vtii v n dur
ing a runaway. Mra. Htyden waa rather
seriously nun. -William
Trent went on a hunting trip
threatened to develop Into eppcndlcltla.
iniirMIHV, nuwriri, n " w
Ui. 4i,l:. K Vlll... had a
1 nw yuuuii T"yi- "
picnic at Fowler a, north of town, last
Hat u May. MUtees orace waiaer vou
llernlce Dunn plauned the affair.
Hart Monroe went to Geneva Neb., on
Monday and returned Wednesday nlglit
...... . . . . i. .. stin kH mt with a
serious accident. A radiator fell against
her hand breaking all the bonce near
the knurklea. - .
Waaler tiordon uunn naa run-.j
i . . h -r. h reach of the
-prlng wagon which he was driving broke.
He waa tnrown aealnat a 1 am i poet and
knocked unconacKiiia. i num
able to be around a little.
Mrs. Robr had a eertoue accident thla
week which will probably make her a
nipple for life. Aa she stepped over the
rope hv which a now was tied ehe tripped
and f"ll breaking her hipbone, hhe la
now being treated In the hospital.
Mrs Uhman and her son Hlnold have
returned from the east. Mr Ohman It attending-
Harvard lw achool and hla
. . .. - ... mast Kim there.
moiner wpm ",j
They came home by way of their old
lionve in Wisconsin. iwr mwi
fo two weeke. . ,
.. in i...i fnur weeks va-
railnn Hunlay. The pulpit of the PYee
byterlnn church will be occupied by Fv.
J H. Iwett of Omaha, For twenty-five
years Rev. Mr. ixiveTi wan -
I nlted Htates penitentiary end hla aub
lect will be "Seventeen Teera Behind
5Lf n." i.r Phelna exnecta to
spend hla vac'atloit In Vellevue.
Mr and Mra. Maywold of Webeter City.
Ia., and Mr. and Mra. John Kepler of
Omaha1 were Sunday vlsltora at Kepler a.
B. a Marquardt and family, have re
turned from a-several weoka visit In
Mra. Tell of I'nlon waa here thla week,
visiting relatlvea. I
Adolph Hansen and wife are the par
chta of a baby boy. bom July 16.
Ora A. Copea and wife are apendlng
the week with Uncoln relatlvea.
H J. Ptutt and wife were Nebraska
City visitors Wednesday evening.
Fred MrGrady and wife apent Sunday
with relatlvea at Weeping Water.
Mlsa Vema Ward apent aeveral days
last week with Weeping Water friends.
Mra. Herman Behrna la enjoying a visit
from her atster, who resides at Kaneaa
Mlse Kda Guatavaon of Omaha la spend
ing the week with relatrvea north of
Mlaaea Judith and Ponna Straub Wt
thla week for a vialt at Craig and Hart
Ington. Mra. a.W. Brwndel and' Miss Welma
Marquardt -were over Hunday vieltora at
Mrs. Fdna Young of Col or ado and Mrs.
3. a. Frey of Burr are here on a vlalt
The farm of the late W, H. Bett. er
ne a been sold to Roeoos lUrehman and
Mr. and Mra. ' Frank McFaddeii of
Omaha were over Sunday vialtors at the
home of hla parents eaat of town.
Rueael Keedv of Chicago and A. J.
Keedv of Mahley wsre visiting Avoca
relatives Wednesday evening.
Mlaa Clara Marquardt went to Omaha
thla week, where aha will undergo an
operation for optical trouble
Congressman Charles H. Sloan of Gen
eva has been secured to deliver the ad
dress at tha Odd Fell owe" meeting here
July . ,
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell,
July IS, a girl.
Mra. J. M. Ranney has been nailed to
Caarnovia. III., by tha eertoua Illness of
a alater. .
Mr. and Mra. J. K. Johnson and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Bet ts of Avoos, were
transacting bualneaa In town Thursday.
Mra. Marv Cass and dausTiter. Mlaa
Fannie, of Holbrook, Neb., are here for
a month s vialt at tha J. W. Colbert
Mra. C. M. Paine of Grand laland and
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson Of Herman,
Neb., attr-ndsd the runeral or Dr. ai. at.
Mra. Emms Defibaugh. who haa heen
visiting for aome time at ths home of
her daughter, Mra. Ueorge Olive, haa re
turned to Omaha.
County Commissioner C. K. Heebner
waa hore Tuesday looking over the eaat
bridge- across ths Weeping Water. . The
bridge Is In need ef repairs.
Rsv. p. Van i Fleet of the Methodist
church st Kimwood and Key. W. M
Biledse of the Congregational church of
thla place will exohange pulpits next Hun
day. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Cogliasr returned
Tuesday svwnlng from Harlan, I a., where
they went to perticipata In a gathering
of four generations of the Cogliasr fam
ily. Mr. and Mra. Chase Cols of Richmond.
III., have returned to their home aJTer
aeveral weeks vialt at the J. W. Cblbsrt
home. They were travel Ins by automo
Nick Ono went to Ht. Joe Tuaadav on a
Mlaa Horton of Lincoln waa In town
on business Tuesdsy.
Mr. Wallace of I .orm n la., ntluniua
home the first t the week.
T. V.. Fulton was in Unooln on bust.
nssa tbs first of the week.
Mra. ' Georae Rheldon was a Waatilnir
Water visitor Wednesday,
Mlsa Helen Ijins of Clerks la vlaltlns
Nvliawka frjende Sh: wck.
Mra. J. J. Pollard anil daiiiflilar war
Nebraska City shopper Tuelay.
K. It Pnl'ard maila a hnaanaaa tr- -
Ckldyvllle, la , the lore part of ths week.
Joe Katon or Omaha waa a visitor at
the home of hla aister, Mra Thomas, thla
' Herman Stoll got hla hand severely
mangled in the machinery of a self
binder. Mra F. P. Sheldon and dathahtar lu.
dore. have gone to Colorado on a sum
Mra. C. D. Keltner waa looking after
the Inlereata of the Royal Neighbors in
iMinbar thla r.eok.
G W. liarahman of Western. Kan la
here visiting Ms eon and looking after
hla land Interests
William Cnrroll went to Waco Mon'lsy,
where he will make
Willi his eon. Theodore.
A. H Albm of Marne,
a protractor! visit with
Neb.. Is making
his niece, Mrs.
Omar eVlili htenietr.
A stone fell on the heed of Harry Hlg-
frlne. foreman of the stono quarry, rnak
ng a severe wound.
After a two weeks' visit with her
home folks, Mrs. Claude chapman has
returned to her home In Ashland.
Mrs S. J. Wise of Craig. Colo, who
haa lieen a guest at the II S. Thomas
home for some time, departed thla week,
for Ht. Joseph, Mo., where she will make
Mr. ami Mrs. tS. P. Kopp sere In Omaha
Mrs. J. P. lintel! waa an Omaha visi
Mrs. Annie Robinson was an Omaha
Mra Anna Ingram left last Friday for
a short vlalt at Clear lake, ia.
Mr. and Mra. R. If. Condrwn and Fern
have returned from their visit at Cal
Mra. Charlea Webb went ' to TJncoln
Wednesday to attend the funeral of Bur
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy and
Mr. and Mrs. John Monahan motored to
Ilay Ka-burt and family returned last
week from the west. Mr. KglHTt expecta
to, go on the road again.
Tha naptlst Young People's union of
the First Swedish laintlat church held
nn Ice cream social on the lawn of An
drew WK kliind Thursday evening.
Miss Ruth liubbnrd entertained at din
ner Monday. nr gi.oeta were Misses
Gladys Condron, Ms Kopp, Kreida Jielm-
hnch, Margaret Holflsworth and Kthcl
Hurtm. the ektest son nt Mr and
Mrs. Newell Karnes, died at his home in
Lincoln Wednesday. Me waa the grand
son of Mr. ami Mrs. W. O. Wliltmore of
this place. ,
Mlsa Frances Kennedv ts visiting
friends In Omaha this week.
Misses Gretehen and T1H T n ,.lnn -J
Omaha were guests of Mlaa Uzxle Hehr
Misses Ins Rossard and Mof-lofl TJIm -
r!tx of Ida Orove are the gtieata of Mla
ma ana Alice Hossard.
The Preabncrlan Snndav aehnol KM
Its annual picnic at the Charles Spear
man grove, north of town, Wednesday.
Mlsa Iona Shallenberger and Mr. and
Mra. K. 8. Nlckeraon were giiesta of Mr.
and Mra. John Speedle at linnaon Bun
Cay. Miss Oorls Clarke la giving a house
Party this week for a. number nt her
school friends. Her guests are the Misses
u-fliv neniing, York: JVanette Teegarden,
into the home of mourv
' Snow la on ths peaks, but June)' '
bag carpeted ths slopes with
brilliant Cower a. Ponieg for
the tourist, Swiss glides for ths
Alpine climber. Mountaineer
in comfort from any of ths Can
adian Pacific hoteig at Banff,
Lake Louise, Glacier, Field,
Reveletoke. . Reached only by
Hmtmf't Exwomilion rears to t As
Stopover privileges no estre fasa.
Write or call for Booklet Na$7f!.
Ask far the eervleee of eur expert
ticket eisn en ail reutse.
OKOROR A. WALTdN. jrlk
. O.A.P.U.. Canadian PacihcRy, (Jiy
114 South Clark Sweat Hcwasuw
Opp. "oet umce, wucagStUV tatmc
iv , , - t Vt.-'M !ll" 1"
lv. Oasafcs .....Sane) a. ta.
1st. Kium City ....rtSs.sa.
Aarsekis ,.,.ana e a.
As. Bait Lku Ctry .lOa,M.
Aa aa nesesMe a- as.
Read for our handsome fold
er on OaUforsla'e i-xpoeltione
sad tbs way there aa Tats
T. r. GODFREY.
O. Am r. Oaaaha, Hen,
Weeping Water: Josephine Purkett, Lin
coln; l.wciia l.vda. Falls City; Camllle
Lyda. Falla City, and Henrietta Iorland,
Misses Floyd and Kdith Boetnn of
Tavld City and Hattle I'atterson of Lin
coln were guests of the E. G. Fase and
H. f. Nlckeraon families this week.
A lsvman'a meeting was held at the
Preshyterlan church Pundar morning.
C. I). Krown read the scripture lsan.i
and Jndxe Rnaley and F.. 8. Nlokerspn
gave abort addresses.
Miss Llxirle Hpencer of Prentice. Ncr.
who has been In Omaha for severs!
months, spent Wednesday end Thursday
with Papilllon friends. 91 leavea for
her home at Prentice In a few days.
Mra. M. A. Rcherts anl Jennie Roberta
are visiting in Kansas.
rorrlha Dales went to Chicago Wed
nesday f r a months' visit.
Mia ltlah Hrawner Is visiting In
Cedar rtai.lrti tl ia week.
J. C. Wade went to Alliance on busi
ness the latter part of the week.
7.. T. Jarmm suffered a alight paralytic
stroke Inst Week, but la much beter.
Mr. and Mrs Wykoff of Manila, la.,
are visiting at the homt of J. C. Oelb.
The Duo club of Omaha will give a
danoe at the opera house here on July MX
Mrs Charlea Rtone of Plattsmmuth
vlalted Mr. i nd Mra. John Itcrson this
The Hohaal party, which left here for
the roaat, ia In Vellowatone National
County Clerk W. K. Patterson and
family wwre ftprlngfleld visitors Wednes
day. Miss Rule Bates a-ent Ia 'M.irn
nesday to vlrit her sister. Mrs. Everett
Mr. and Hfra r 4,t-K,
Ga., are here ialtlng Mr. and Mrs. B. I.
Rev. and Mrs. K. I. Grlnell vlaiied
eaatem Colorado last week, returning
A HWUIH .
LloVd Blllnt and .Ismea Planairan loft
last Tuesday for ThermopoUs. Wyo., hy
Mr. and Mrs. John Hlnes of Klkhorn I
All over the country "Nobby Tread"
securing mileage averages of
This supreme anti-skid tire properly inflated is constantly
giving tremendous excess mileages over and above its
extraordinary adjustment basis of 5,000 miles.
We want to find and consult with any "Nobby Tread"
users who are not securing excess mileage.
are the largest selling high-grade anti:sldd tires in the world.
Omaha Branch: United States Tire Company
OMAHA RUBBER CO., Agent, 1608 Harney Street
Nobby Tread" Tires are sold by Leading
r - - .
visited Springfield relatives the fore part
of the week.
Miss Winifred Roberts and K. P. Bailey
of Carlefon, Neb., were united In nutr
riaae last Sunday, Rev. R, M'. Fagaa
Mrs. Purcell is on the alck list this
Mrs. Arthur Knlgit was an Omaha
Mrs will Hackman. was an Omaha
Miss Harllne left Wednesday to visit
relatives In FVemont.
Miss Olle Hemerlrk of Benson is visit
ing at the George KYeman home.
Viola Spring of Renson la visiting at
the home of her grandmother, Mra. Henry
Miaa Annie Bunnell left Wedneaday for
a week a visit with relatives In Ash
land. Mr. and Mrs. Blcknell and daughter of
Lincoln are visiting friends In this vi
cinity. The Joy club will give a dance at the
Modern Woodmen of America hall Satur
The Ladles' Aid society met at the
Pein home for aupper Wednesday, with
a large attendance. , v
Mr. and Mra. O. R. Williams of Ben
aon visited nt the home of their son,
Mr. Clinton Williams Wednesday.
Mra. Otis Hendrlckson. who haa been
visiting at the John Hendrlckson homo,
returned to her home In Chadron, Neb.,
Mra. Tom Johnson of Lawrence), Kan.,
waa a visitor In Louisville thla week.
Mra. Kate Hanera of Ioe Angelea, Cal.,
la here visiting her nephewa, Charles and
Mra. John Olsen came over from Elm
wood to get her mother, Mra. Minnie
Meyers, who haa been In poor health
for some time.
Many threshing machines are ' now
biraily engaged In threshing out the
wheat. The farmers state that if the
(I fl Si"
Made by the Largest RubberCompany in the Wor.3
(Operating 46 Factories)
wenther will permit them to work In the
fields for about three week that moat
of ihe grain will be either stacked or
Miss Helen Biafr of riper City III.. Is
here spending the summer with her sla
ter. Mrs. R. C. rant, and family.
Mrs. Georae Frater returned to her
home In North Platte, Neb., after a
week'a visit with friends In Ixule-vtlle.
Lightning struck the bsrn of Martin
Zarr. weal of here, and did considerable
damage, but did not set fire to the barn.
Ferdinand Wendt and Frank Fleierh
man of Belmont. Neb., were in attend
ance at the funeral of Mra. Oustav Woti
ael. August Ktander has purchased the old
Coon farm, one-half mile north of Fm
wood, which conaleta of 1 acres. The
prioe paid waa $1.' per acre.
A new bank haa been organixrd In
Louisville under the name of the Home
Ptate bank. The authorized capital stock
of this corporation will be 2n,onn end will
begin business on August 12. The offi
cers of the new bank are: John Group,
president; Charles .1. Pankonln. vice
president; C. K. Wood, aecretary-caahier.
.uWr,."lJ'1 Mr" Harry Johnaon moved Into
the Gibbons' house Wednesday.
Mrs. Otto Pfieffer. who was seriously
111 last week, is some Improved.
Henry Myers flnlehed hla bungalow
Thursday. The J. G. Peefue family will
occupy It next week.
Mlsa Merle Jeffries of Omaha visited
the Misses Dorothy and Amanda Hofeldt
on Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Oreggerson, Charles
Wltte and P. G. Hofeldt attended thr
Saengerfest In Omaha Thursday.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Johnson, Mra.
Mafrel Hofeldt and Miss Dorothy Hofeldt
attended a dance at Kennard Saturday
Henry Myera haa the contract to build
a modern bungalow for Ernest rVhuman,
and Adolph Otte has the modern home to
build for J. N. Wyatt.
Mrs. J. A, Gibbona received word from
her parenta. Mr. and Mra. Charlea Betta.
that they arrived at Oregon City, where
Reliable Dealers. Do
thev will visit their ilanahters. They ex
pect to be away about three monthe.
Mr. anl Mrs. Grant Roar-rs of Omaha
visited Thursday evening with the J. G.
Seefus family. '
Mia. B B. Baldwin is in Bstavla, V
T., visiting her daughter, Mra. Chapln
and husband, also getting acquainted
with her new grandson.
Mrs. Fffle Souls of Toronto. Csnada.
visited Thursday with Mr. and Mra. H.
A. Mockelman Mrs. Sonic was formerly
Miss Kffle Jeffries of Klkhorn.
TO TAKE SWEDISH YACHT
ON STEAMER TO FRISCO
(Correspondence of the Associated Pres.
COPENHAGEN, July 15. The famoie
Danish yacht Nordug 4 has been selected'
to represent Denmark In the regatta, to
be held at tan Francisco during the Panama-Pacific
fair. The yacht will be car
ried on a ateamer sailing from 0pen
hagen direct for Pan Francisco. The
Nordug's captain la a Dane named Meul
cngraftht Mawn, but hla crew Vrlll be
made up of Americana.
A "For Bale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
(sim and Kffect.
There would be more honest peoplo in
the world If it wasn't for the fool and.
Many a woman has lost a good friend
bv marrvlng him.
Froth gets to the top. in which H re
lembles aome men.
The very existence of some peopla
vould seem to disprove tha theory that
'here la no effect without a cause
The girl with pretty feet newer gate
tho bottom of her skirts muddy.
If getting married doesn't take ths ooi
celt out of a man, nothing will.
A girl may not love her enemies, .but.
she invites them all to her wedding.
Nine-tenths of the women who cry at
weddinRS have been married themselves.'
Judge. . . ,
users are now
not accept substitutes
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