A somewhat cynical watcher of the trend of things suggests that we may, in a decade or so, come to reading in our newspapers a wedding notification something on these lines: "The bride looked well in a travelling dress, but all eyes i were centred on the bridegroom. He wore a dark costume that fitted his form perfectly, and in his daintilygloved hand he carried a small rose. His curly hair was beautifully dressed, and a delicate odour of brilliantine of the costliest quality floated down the aisle of the church as he passed. The young people will miss him, now that he is married. He is loved by all for his many accomplishments, his tender graces and his winning ways. The bride commands a good salary in the city, and the biidegroom will miss none of the luxuries to which he has been accustomed. A. crowd of handsome young men friends attended to see him off at the railway station, when he departed with his bride for the honeymoon." , WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is absolutely pure; a pleasant tonic-beverage.
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