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LED WINNING FIGHT IN JERSEY
FOR WOMEN'S VOTE
a sight now in Paris to attract atten
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Mrs. Lillian Feickert, president of
the New Jersey State Suffrage ass'n,
who helped the women of her state
to get a constitutional amendment
granting suffrage to women.
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He Be candid and tell me -when
you want me to go.
She It's a couple of hours too late
for that. Ohio Sun Dial.
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WINS MEDALS, BUT CARRIES
THEM ON WOODEN LEGS
Jean Marie Cauyolle, a young
tradesman of Paris, brought a medal
of honor back from "the front," but
he left both his legs behind him in
As he hobbles through the streets
even the tourists seldom turn to look
at him a medal decorated soldier
hobbling on peg-legs is too common
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Jean Marie Cauyolle..