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suddenly a gieat cry of joy loft her
The note' The breeze coming
through the open window had blown
it where she saw it under the bu
And Sydney RavenaT" marveled at
the strange clinging deotion of his
wife all that day, and the sweet, hap
py smile of supreme content that
never after left her face.
POUCH POCKETS AND WATCH
By Betty Brown
Your new spring gown is liable to
have cunning little watch pockets
sht in the bodice. The slanting
pockets in the oddly fashioned bod
ice and the pouch-pockets which
form panniers for the skirt are char
acteristic of the spring gowns de
signed by Mme Marguerite. The
panniers give the bouffant lines now
so modishand the same bouffant ef
fect is introduced at the top of the
'WOMEN SHOULD WORK
Lillian Kimball Cooper.
Seattle, Wash. "I hope the time
will come when it will be as much a
disgrace for a woman to live on a
man's earnings as it is now for a
man to live on a woman's."
Such is the outspoken opinion of
Lillian Kimball Cooper, now playing
in "Peg o' My Heart"
-Every girl," she asserts, "what
ever her station in life, should be
taught to be self-supporting.
"And every married, woman should
be made to understand that the
world demands some work from her.
She need not necessarily continue
the occupation that was her before
marriage, but she should substitute
motherhood or some other social
"I believe most of the indiscretions
for which a certain type of modern
woman is so hotly criticized are due
to the fact that she has nothing with
which to occupy herself, physically
"And the devil is still on the job
wherever there are idlers.'"
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