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MORE KITCHENS THAN COOKS,
SAYS BOSTON PROFESSOR
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The woman who can't earn her
own breakfast should not eat break
fast, so Prof j Charles Zueblin of Bos
ton told New York club women the
other day, and most of the club
women agreed with him.
In his scathing arraignment of the
breakfast-in-bed woman, Prof. Zueb
lin said: "No woman is fit to become
a wife or mother unless she can cook.
There are a million kitchens in New
York city and only 100,000 cooks."
TODAY'S ODDEST STORY
Callipolis, O., March 15. We all
have our delicate spots. Jesse Hann,
a privileged patient from Morgan
county in the state hospital for epi
leptics here, fell off a 56-foot cliff,
dropped through a tree, struck on his
head, rolled down a 100-foot hill and
15 minutes later arose and walked
away. His only complaint was that
he had skinned his shin.
It is said that there are few as
trologers in China, because when one
of these so-called prophets predicts
an event which does not occur he
loses his head.
WHAT D'YE THINK OF THIS?
SHE'S JUST LIKE BROTHER
The girl who rides has discarded
her divided skirt, and without apol
ogy to any man she canters forth
these days in the snuggest and cutest
of well, the regular name for them
Miss Doris Shaw, a Chicago so
ciety girl and a. daring horsewoman,
was the first of the western girls to
adopt the new style of man-fashioned
riding togs. Lake Shore Drive
gasped when she first appeared in her
new "things" but now very few girls
who ride wear skirts.