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Anderson was in his arms and their
lips were pressed together. And, still
more amazed, the curate listened to
a malicious, chuckling voice deep in
It was the voice of his conscience.
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GOWN OF TAFFETA DESCRIBED
BY BETTY BROWN
Silver lace is used with artistic ef
fect in this gown of pink taffeta de
signed by Mme. Marguerite of the
Fashion Art League of America.
The flounce is of lace and the el
bow sleeves and the upper part of
the bodice are of the same filmy ma
terial. The pink taffeta is brocaded in a
mauve floral design; the foundation
of the gown is in mauve color and
mauve net veils the lace flounce.
The finest "shortening" for cook
ies is chicken fat.
WOMAN SOCIALIST AS SCHOOL
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Milwaukee has placed its school
system in the hands of a woman
Mrs. Victor Berger, once a teacher
in the Milwaukee schools, is now
school superintendent with a small
army of teachers and children under
Mrs. Berger was a successful
teacher and active clubwoman when
she married Victor Berger, the So
cialist leader, in 1897. She returned
to school work when she was elected
a member of the school board 10
years ago. She's the first woman
socialist to head a" school board in
any large American city.
Easy work you've got to do,
Said I to Sawyer Stacks,
Why, yes, said he, that's partly true
But then it has its drawbacks.
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