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GIRLSHELP IN' LAUNDRY. WORKERS' STRIKE
The above picture shows.two. Cincinnati, girls,- wqrkjng in the interest
of the'strikirig laundry workers- Dolly Hudson is' boarding the wagon and
Alice Reed is'in ihe driver's-seat. They ;were out collecting, laundry when
trie picture was snapped. . ' ' . '
THEY GUESSED WROM.C
There -was a beliefL, widespread
throughout the Christian world, that
the yearjlOOO -was to mark.the-sec1
ond coming of Christ, vthe endVof .the
world. This, fancy -was-not-ycorifined.
to the ignorant; nobles, priests', many;
of the highest rank- everywhereha'd
thus misread the Scriptures' -
Numerous legal documents of. the.
Jtime began vfiXh the .words, "As the 7
jworldiis now.drawing to a close."
In jrnany places the '-peasants did
not'eyen-plant their crops in the
spring of 1000,-so sure werethey that
:thexe;wquld ,neyer come a reaping
; Teacjier What do we mean by the
quick.aud'the dead? Tommy Thenx
as get out of the way of automobile?
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