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the exposure should be short Snap
shots should be taken.
Get into yOur stunningest bathing
suit and try this new stunt
You can strike all sorts of poses.
The picture, in most cases, will be
entirely black. You can pass the.
pictures among your friends and the ;
chances are they wil not be able to
guess who is the subject of the pic
ture, but will ask: "Who is the stun
ning looking person?"
MAIDS OBJECT TO WOMEN BOSSES WHO ARE
UNTIDY, BUT IvlAKE DRUDGE OF GIRL
U.T IbOK VJE. Hours -EVGRy DAY TO MAKE-
, THAT ROOM CUgfttT".
(The secqfid of three articles by a
thinking woman and student, of liv
ing conditions, who left her apart
ment and friends and worked as
housemaid in homes and boarding
houses of New York to get' an in
sight into working conditions for
girls and to help solve the' nation
wide servant problem.)
BY KITTY MARION
One of the great reasons- house
work is so objectionable to the aver
age working girl Is that when a
woman marries she has an. idea she
must be taken care of. '
We have not yet reachedthe plane
of economic equality.
A woman has no more right to
hire a girl to do her housework un
less her husband is earning $3,000 a
year or more than her husband, has
to buy an automobile. " '
But I find the girl from the fac
tories or shops marries a man on,
let us say, $10tr a month, and imme
diately wants someone to do her
She is not tidy herself, but Insists
that the "girl be forever cleaning up