ever been aware of began its opera
tions, for she answered:
"No, Gerald, I think you had better
let Mr. Durham throw you out un
less you'd rather go in the natural
way. Wait a moment, father. There's
something I wanto talk over with
you and Mr. Durham nobody else.
You see, he has asked me to be his
wife, and I I -yes, strictly private,
SUFFRAGE LEADERS MEET IN
CHICAGO THIS WEEK
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Minneapolis, Minn. A fall suffrage
campaign aggressive though by no
means militant will be outlined when
suffrage leaders of the middle west
meet in Chicago, July 24.
Mrs. A. H. Bright, president of the
Minnesota Woman's Equal Suffrage
Association and a co-worker with Dr.
Anna Howard Shaw, and other na
tional officers will represent the
Northwest at the conference.
Mind iove may begin and end with
a woman, but not with a man.
HEAD OF G. A. R. BARS WOMEN
Detroit, Mich. Women who served
in the civil war will not be allowed to
march in the Grand Army parade to
be held September 2, when the na
tional pncampment of the G. A. R.
meets here August 31.
An order just issued by Washing
ton Gardner, commander-in-chief of
the G. A. R.. bars women and civilians
from marching with the veterans. In
former years many army nurses took
part in the parade, but according to
Gardner's edict the parade this year
will be restricted to men who actually
fought in the civil war.
WOES OF THE BOLD
Our office flies have sense just like
folks. We bought a patent artificial
spider and stuck it oa our bald hea'd,
but the durn flies got onto it before
dinner time and toted it away. It
seems you just can't fool the tarna
shun flies with anything. Headland
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