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Side because th'ey dare not do any
thing so revolutionary as to part.
It's vile it's ImmoraTT
In days to come, men and women
will love as now, but live separate,
meet only when thejr want to and
silk "ladders will be let down from
balconies to the sphVoFmen who to
day enter the home like process-servers.
"EVERY GIRL SHOULD HAVE VOCATION RICH
OR POpR" MRS. NORMAN E. MACK
ajH jm Bw
Mrs. Norman E. Mack and Her Daughters.
San Francisco, CaL "No matter
how wealthy a man is he should fit
his daughters to be self-supporting
in case the time should come when
they have to take care of them
selves." This is the sentiment of -Mrs Nor
man B. Mack, wife of the chairman
of the New York commission at the
expositon here, a Democratic" na
tional committeeman and owner of a
Buffalo newspaper. It was expressed
here recently upon, the arrival of Mrs.
Mack and her daughters, Norma and,
Harriet, for an extended visit at the
"I believe in girls knowing how to
do everything," she added. "Both my
girls have been educated with the
purpose that if ever it were neces
sary for them to earn their own liv-
I ing they would be perfectly capable.
It seems to me utterry wrong to
send girls out helpless at the end of
Meantime the Misses Norma and
Harriet were busy knitting.
Mother and daughters placed them
selves on. record as ardent suffragists.
A lawyer had a horse that always
stopped and refused tp cross the mill
dam bridge leading out of the city.
No whipping, no urging, would in
duce him to cross without stopping.
So he advertised him.
"To be sold, for no other reason
than that the ownei wants to go out