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spoiled,' for her queen-mother be
lieves it is just as necessary for a
princess to be GOOD and SENSI-'
BLE as for the poorest child in the
land. So Princess Juliana does not
live richly and sit around for many
servants to wait upon. " . .
Instead, she plays and runs and
walks and learns just as other chil
dren do just as you do.
As she grows older, it is almost
certain Princess Juliana will, be
taught, as her mother was before her,
to ke$p house, to cook, to sew, and to
do all the other things a girl is taught
in this country. 1
She's not quite four .years old yet,
but she knows already what it means
Love her? Well, yes;,how can the
happy Dutch folks help it?.
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SCORES APPOINTMENT OF
' WOMEN TO FEDERAL JOBS
Washington;. April 30. Severely
scoring Secretary of the Interior
Lane,, Rep. Stanley Bowdle today
opposed the appointment of women
to lucrative federal, jobs, especially
when the female appointee has a sup
Bowdle's statement ws based on
the appointment of Mrs. Rogers as
receiver of. the land office at Lead
ville,, CoL He said:
"This appointment of a woman,
already a-supported wife, to an of
fice carryinga salary which, in the
hands of a young man, would allow
him to marry and rear children, is an
injury to the integrity of the family
' on which civilization is based."
Referring to an alleged statement
of Secretary Lane "it is an establish
ed fact that money can be handled
more safely by women than by men,"
the Ohioan invited Lane to "resign his
- job in favor of a woman if he believes
what he says."
INSPECTORS' TRIAL CONTINUED
New York, April 30. With sensa
tional testimony promised, the trial
of. the four former, police-inspectors
charged- with accepting graft -from
vice interests wascontinued today'.
Theih attorneys tried to have them
released from the tombs, where they
had been committed without bail, on
writs of habeas corpus.
' Bail was also refused in the case
(of "the .five gunmen arrested yester
day morning, charged with the
murder of Jerry Maida, alleged
. WEBBiBILL PASSES SENATE
; LOOKS LIKE SURE aGO
- Sacramento, Cal., "April 30. Prac
tically acknowledging the failure of
his .efforts to modify anti-alien land
legislation, following the passage last
night by the senate of the Webb bill,
making it impossible, .for aliens in
eligible to citizenship to hold land,
Secretary of. State "Bryan left today
for a short visit to San Francisco.
The.Webb measure comes up for
final passage tomorrow in the Senate.
Its success is. assured. It will then go
to the House, where it will be favor
ably received. Democratic leaders
told Bryan they were pledged to,anti
alien land legislation, and would sup
port the Progressives.
Governor Johnson, will sign the bill
"There goes the woman that
plunged me into the depths of de
spair." "Refused to marry you?"
"No; refused to buy a vacuum
cleaner I tried jto sell her.'';i)l,v