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JEm 3X.Tt. &e "Yxfturag
Mrs. M. H. De Young of San Fran
cisco, who will be one of the hostess
1 es forthe convention of wornea vot
ers in San Francisco" next-September.
VOTES AND, VEILS AP.PEAL TO
. .WOMEN. .
there untiLsbe.was 17 years .old.. She
was onejof .sLfanjily of eleven chil
dren. Three years ago'Mjss Cook
wentto Chicagotoworkjn an office.
While walking oh' State street one
day an -artist saw .her, -noticed her
beauty and begged her to pose for
him. She agreed-and from then on
she was kept' busy'tposing before
many cameras. J-Tervfaise has been
printed on,thousands of calendars.
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Chairman -Indies and gentlemen,
Miss Brown will now sing "Only Once
Sarcastic -.Critie--Thank goodness
Chairman (coming forwardagain)
Ladies and gentlemen, 1nsead of
singing "iOhly- Once tMore" Miss
NATIONAL SUFFRAGE' LEADERS
TO MEETHN-WEST -
Everybody-isn't wearing them, hut
a great many young women- in New
York are showing their interest in
suffrage by wearing the new "Votes
for Women" vejL Every veil sold
adds to the-suffrage funds. ,
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STABLES BREED DISEASE
Do not allow manure to accumu
late in yourstSble It isfa breeding
place for fliesnd disease.
HaveitTiauled away at least once a
week. """ fc
Clean'the staUl daily and throw the
manure in flytight covered boxes.
Throw a 'handful of chloride of
lime into the manure box every few
days. ' .
Spray any loose manure about the
barn with the "kerosene-carbolic acid
Out-hoiises-should be flytight, with
doors and .windows screened.
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