GERMANY: Fraulein and Swede

Steaming in through San Francisco's Golden Gate, last week, came the President McKinley, bearing a petite, blue-eyed German Fraulein of twenty-two. Resting an elbow on the ship's rail and cuddling her small chin in a pensive palm, she gazed at Las Papas, those twin, majestic mountains called "The Breasts." Then, having admired the view, Fraulein Clarenore Stinnes coolly turned to confront excited reporters.

Yes, she was the daughter of the late Hugo Stinnes. No, he had never claimed to be "The Richest Man in the World." Well, perhaps he had been the...

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