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SUFFRAGETS HOLDING UP MEN IN WASHINGTON
There's no getting away from those vote-for-women workers.
They've taken to waylaying men on the streets of Washington and
making them accept suffrage tracts. The women, however, are not
the English type. They're good-natured about it, and so are the
This snapshot shows, from left to right, Mrs. J. O. Stephensoi
wife of a leading Washington physician; Mrs. Patricia M. Street,
a business man held up, Mrs. R. C. Burleson, grand marshal of the
parade on March 3, and Mrs. George R. Gove, wife of the assistant
secretary of the interior.
A professor determined to pro
ceed with a lecture one winter
evening, though his audience
numbered only one. The hall was
large, and the audience took his
seat in the very last row. "Why
don't you come nearer, friend?"
siid the genial professor. "You
WLuld hear much better from the
front' "Rats !" retorted the audi1
ence. "I didn't come to listen i
came to get warm !"
Bess How do you eliminate
the scent of onions? Jess Oh,
the remedy's simple. I read a
story which takes my breath