INTERNATIONAL: By the People's Advice


By the People's Advice

Owen D. Young caught the Aquitania last week, and it was important that he should do so. On June 15 he was due to be in Cleveland, calling the world's attention to the marriage of his sober-minded son, Charles Jacob, to Miss Esther Mary Christensen, talented black-and-white artist, chic daughter of Danish inventor and Vice Consul Niels Anton Christensen.

Keeping Mr. Young in Paris until the last minute was another consummation devoutly to be wished, the formal signing of the...

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