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WOMAN WEARS OVERALLS; PAINTS HOUSE
Mrs. Gilick at Work.
Clad in overalls and a broad brim
med, hat Mrs. Wiltse Gilick of Kan
sas City, Mo is painting her house.
Her husband couldn't paint it be
cause he is a traveling man. Mrs.
Gilick didn't want to hire a painter
because she and her husband are
payinf for the house and in addi
tion want money to send their son to
"It s not because I'm a suffragist
or because I think women should
take places in work as-well as men,
that I am painting this house, but
because I want to save money," says
"It would be impossible to use
skirts in this work. I hope the neigh
bore don't mind."
They don't They admire her
Flattery for a man is a cudgel
in the hands of his enemies, a key
in the hands of the designing and a
bolster pillow in the hands of friends.
The organ in St. Paul's cathedral,
London, is the largest in the world.