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FAMED'SONG BIRD TRAINS FOR
OPERA BY DISTANCE HIKES
San Francisco, Cal., April 8. When
Old Sol peaks over the high Sierras in
the early mornings he smiles down
upon a tall, alert and athletically built
young woman walking swiftly along
the winding pathways of Golden Gate
Park as though there was some ur
gent necessity for her beihg at the
other side of the city's big playground
without delay. There is none, how
ever, and the young woman is the
distinguished California songbird,
Margaret Jarman, who is singing
here in grand opera. The eariy morn
ing strolls are merely her method of
keeping in trim for singing her opera
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WOMAN LAWYER WILL BEFRIEND
GIRLS IN COURT
With Miss Nellie Carlin as presi
dent the Public Defense league has
been organized in Chicago. The as
sociation is composed of women law
yers. They will defend, without
charge, girls arraigned in criminal
Oh, the cat and the canary,
He forgot to feed the twain.
Downtown he got anxious, very,
And went rushing home again.
Yes, he reached home in a hurry.
All was silent in the fiat.
Seems he might have saved hisworry,
The canary fed the cat.
"Biffers is always talking about his
love for the plain people."
"Well, the other day somebody
called his daughter plain and he was
hotter than a redheaded hornet"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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