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IN DOINGS THAT MAKE WORLD NGO 'ROUND
LOTS OF OUR WOMEN FOLKS WILL BE FOUND
No Excuse Will Co.
"I know my nose Ts-shiny;
Of course, I look a sight.
But I tpally cannot help it,
I washed my hair last night."
New York, May 18. Nothing
doing on that sort pf excuse when
2,500 clubwomen get together here
at the Seventh JRegiment armory.
Every mother's daughter of them
will have the whys and wherefores to
gather in stray odds and ends of hair
and to keep noses from throwing a
Mrs. Emma Kip Edwards, chair
man of" the committee, has arranged
as to that She has ordered 400v,
000 hairpins and oodles of powder
puffs and powder for the occasion.
ly before the war she made the pre
diction to the German Crown Prince
that he would be checked at Verdun.
New York Mrs. .Nellie Hyde,
widow of Ernest M. Parmer, who died
on March 21, provided in her will, on
file here today, that ji fountain- for
birds be built over her grave.
Better Hide- Your Sox, Men!
Philadelphia. Beware, men! Lock
up your socks! Your wife will be
wearing them if you don t look out
Members of the Nat 1 Ass n of Ho
siery and Underwear Manufacturers
say they are. booking orders for
shorter summer hosiery for women.
The gentler sex will wear shortjsocks
wnen tne warm weatner nits nere
so short that they will scarcely meet
the short skirts decreed by fashion
experts' meeting at Cincinnati a few
Lock 'em up, men!
Girls Full of Pep. " !
. - un,iuuao Ul LUtS
Young Women's Christian ass'n here
have divided themselves into "auto-
muuuc groups ana win give a series
nf sinnfoJo nr nnfoi4.:...i.
. , cuici uuumeuui to raise
funds to furnish their rooms over the
outie ranK Dldg.
Sarah Is. French Again.
'Paris. By presidential decree
Sarah Bernhardt had her French na
tionality restored, which 'she lost
when she married S. M. Jacques Da
mala, a Greek, who" died 25 years
"I Told You So." Mme. Thebes.
Paris Mme. de Thebes, famous
French prophetess, claims that short-
Columbus, O. When colored
women were" appealed, to by suffra
gists to aid "vfites.for women" move
tney demanded social equality .first
SENATE TO VOTE ON BRANDEIS
Washington, May 18. An agree
ment to vote on the confirmation of
Louis D. Brandeis as a member of
the supreme court next Wednesday
was reached yesterday bjUEe senate
judiciary committee. . -
Woman's City club monthly luncn
eon, Auditorium hotel, Thurs., 1 p.
m. Miss Julia Lathrop, director Chil
dren's bureau, Washington, will talk
North-West Side Commercial
ass'n luncheon ThHrs.. fierstpn'c
cafe. Murray Howe will speak: "Ex
planation of the Gas Question." x
28th ward Public Ownarshin iarm,
meets Thurs., 8 p. m., Holstein 'Park
club house. Oakley av. and Rm
Morton ,L. Johnson and Maj. Honore
J. Jaxon will speak. "