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A WOMAN'S GOOD MEMORY

BAD LUCK FOE THE SPY, A German naval officer was taken in London recently owing to his being insufficiently disguised. Two South African ladies were having lunch at a restaurant, and the attention of on?, of them was attracted by one of the waiters, frjhe was sure she recognised the face of the waiter, and she remembered having danced with him in Cape Town at a ball given to a. German- warship on a visit to the port, phe gave information, and the officer was arrested, and it was proved that- the ladv's memory bad not played her fa-lee.

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A WOMAN'S GOOD MEMORY, Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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A WOMAN'S GOOD MEMORY Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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