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COLLCiE' WOMAN WILL WORK
Terre Haute, Ind. Indiana women
haven't the vote yet, but they are out
after it and, with public meetings and
lectures, they expect to get it. Mrs.
C. M. Curry, a college woman and
well-known lecturer, wife of Prof.
Curry of the Indiana State Normal
School, "Will begin a lecture tour in
the interests of suffrage.
' -FEMINrNE FACTS
A sister of General Villa, the Mex
ican rebel leader, lives in Nebraska
city, attending school there.
Nearly seven-eighths of the wo
men graduates bf the University of
Wisconsin are teachers.
A majority of the women workers
in the paper box factories in New
York are earning less than ?6.50 a
WHAT DO YOU MEAN "KNQCK
THE SPOTS OFF?"
In the "days of old, the days of
gold," miners sometimes used play
ing cards instead of horse thieves as
targets for pistol practice, and a good
shot could knock the spots off the 10
of hearts Tar 2 of diamonds and shat
ter the card to pieces. From "knock
ing the spots" off the' cards to
"knocking the spots" off unwelcome
camp yisjtors was "an easy step, and
the apt expression Boon "had general
clrculatioh in the East as well as
VISIT TO U.S.
For a visit of one week, during
which he'll give two lectures,, Prof.
George Brandes, Danish critic and
author, 'will travel from Copenhagen""
to Chicago. This is his first visit in
America, and, as he is 72 years old,
it will probably be his last.
The -reason that some marmalade
will not jell is probably because it has
not been boiled enough. Marmalade
wants a great deal more boiling than
jam, It requires from two and a half
to three hours.
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