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CHILDREN' OF THE WHITE HOUSE
Josephine Wilson Cothran, Virginia Peyton, Cothran, Wilson Howe and
. "Elizabeth Wilson haying a tea party, at the White House..
a-1.; HE HAS ArJoTSffiR'PLAN
Rising in that" haven, of morality,, Cincinnati, a. wave of morality is
flooding Ohio" which ,hids fair to set things afire, paradoxically speaking.
The legislatureis to (consider a bill ,f or a commission which will pay
particular atfention;"to women's immodest dress as thfe prime, cause ofa
flood of immorality that is sweeping oyer' the country. Women snail not
display jnbre than two inches of the neck below the. chin, or wear trans
parent stockings or peek-arboo, waists,., and stores shall not' display un
draped artificial forms.
' One member of the, commission shall be an ordained minister, another
the father of not less than three children,, and the other a social-settlement
worker. ' ' . I ' '
We'vfeel that well; Tiave many of ouri readers 'with us when . we pro
npuricethisprpposition. to he just anotbTer'of mari?6 ;foolish plans" to put
down 'immorality by "ref orming woman.
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"I hope I see you well?"' said a do," was the" unexpected answer;
tourist to anagnculturaOaborer who "but if you don't, seeme "well.-young
jyas leninonlnhge.. ''thapgfQVL f-manpx&on a-pair.of snecg."