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WOMAN CHANGES OLD POLITICAL METHODS
New York. "The best man in the
Progressive party" is what Theodore
Roosevelt calls Miss Prances A. Kel
lor, chief of service in the Progressive
national service bureau, and Miss
Kellor's activities in the interests of
the Progressives are very good rea
son for "T. R.'s" eulogistic title.
Miss Kellor made a country-wide
stump-speaking tour during the Bull
Moose campaign two years ago. She
is now directing the year-round edu
cational campaign carried on by the
According to the officials of the
Municipal Bureau in Los Angeles,
many 6f the girls out of employment
decline jobs as domestics.
-WA- , i
. Miss Frances A. Kellor.
They lingered for fully half an hour
over their "good-bye." But at last
John got up from the -sofa with an
air of determination. This time he
really meant to go.
Molly, hbwever, had other ideas on
the subject, and sought to restrain
"So soon, John?" she sighed.
"Yes, darling, I'm afraid I must
go." Then, seeing protest hovering
on her lips, he repeated: "Must go
really must! Though, you know,
I'd give ten years of my life to be with
you for another hour."
Her eyes were full of questioning.
So John, as he stooped down to im
plant a farewell kiss, tenderly added:
"But tomorrow I will stay for
quite a long time. You see, there's a
meeting of our lodge tonight, and I
shall be fined a dollar if I'm late."
At a banquet of college students re
cently, in Iowa City, la., cheers for
the alma mater were given in twenty