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ADVENTORES'OF MR. MOUSE"
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MrsCharlotte Perkins Oilman
-doesn't fancy the idea of there be4ng
statues to -a "fat baby with bow and
arrows" and none to mother love
In California the wages'df women
..civil service clerks have been raised'
to equal those of men's wages. Wo
men vpte in California.
"Women in Roumania have the
privilege of practicing as doctors and
lawyers and also of holding official
- Ten thousand Cleveland women
endorsed a bill for the appointment
of a woman market inspector.
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HE SURELY CAN LOOK LIKE
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Tinkle, tinkle. Listen to the'ban
jof Nd, it's a mandolin! Yes, that's
ifall right. And guess who the
player Is?' ' "
fone other than handsome Jack
Richadson, who so often figures in
the dreadful villain roles' of the Amer
ican Film Company's 'photoplays.
It is nearly impossible -io guess
how he could convert his-Tiandsome
face into the semblance of a villain's
1- But-he can, alPrfehfc! f , ? l