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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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cannot live with your husband and
some days you "will know that you
cannot live without him."
"All that I have already known," I
answered.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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WOMAN FROM WEST POPULAR
AT THE CAPITAL
9
tffrsJ.E. Osbont
Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs. John E. Os
borne, wife of the former governor
of Wyoming, now first assistant sec
retary of state, has removed to
Washington, which will be her home
during her" husband's, tenure of of
fice. Mrs. Osborne is already socially
popular in Washington as she has
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visited there frequently since her
husband became prominent in poli
tics. THE MOTHERS OF MEN
The bravest battle that "ever was
fought!
Shall I tell you where and when?
On the maps of the world you will
find it not
'Tis fought by the mothers of men.
Nay, not with cannon or battle shot,
With sword or nobler pen!
Nay, not with eloquent words or
thought
From mouths of wonderful men,
But deep in the walled-up woman's
heart
Of woman that would not yield,
But bravely, silently, bore her part
Lo, there is that battlefield!
No marshaling troop, no bivouac
song,
No banner to gleam and wave;
But oh! their battles, they last
From babyhood to the grace.
Yet faithful still as a bridge of stars,
She fights in her walled-up town
Fights on and on in endless wars,
Then, silent, unseen, goes down.
Oh, ye with banners and battle shot,
And soldiers to shout and praise!
I tell you the kingliest victories
fought
Were fought in those silent ways,
Oh, spotless woman in a world of
shame;
With splendid and silent scorn
Go back to God as white as you
came
The kingliest warrior born!
Joaquin Miller.
STEPS IN NEW DANCES "REVERIE RIPPLE"
Is the fox trot dead?
The fox trot, of course, was thia
summer's dance extremity. It was
merely a modified turkey trot High
authorities proclaimed it "too
rompy," and relegated it to oblivion.
But lo! it appears once more, with
a delicious name, and in a slightly
varying version.
The reverie ripple! Alluring, en
trancing, enrapturing -in name! But
the fact is, it's strenuous, athletic,
and the dancing masters assert that
this snappy bit of exercise, fit only
for gymnastics, must be put down
mercilesBly, even though It does ap
pear under the gentle and dreamy
1 name of reverie ripple.
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