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HT WOMAN'S .WORK IN GERMANY.
M Tho recent great Socialist gathering
H at Mannheim was not without its fern-
B inist adjuncts, although tho organs of
m Kautsky, Braun and Behol complain
Hf that the addresses and papers read by
H tho women were too much up in the
M clouds, too purely academic, and did
j not have the interest which would
1 have resulted from a plain statement
l of fact. The Neuo Qcscllschaft- (Bcr-
H lin), referring to tho report of the
H "ommlttee on women farm laborers,
H regrets that there wero not moro clear
H information about tho work, hours,
H wages, and social habits of tho many
H women who toll on tho farms and
Hi roads of Germany. Tho tone of specu
J' lation taken by tho German feminists
may ho seen from an article in the
H Berlin Umschau written by Elizabeth
H Gotthcincr, which is rcmarkablo in
H some ways for its moderation. This
H wnLor demnnds that the education oi
H woman should bo identical with that
H of men and adds:
H "Tho girls who have completed thcii
H primary studies ought to have the
H prlvllcgo of completing their educa-
H tion in tho most advanced branches,
H Professional schools for women should
H bo organized, so as to raiso for wo
H men In every department a standard
H equal to that demanded of men, so
H that women equally with thoso of the
H other sex should havo unconditional
m entrance to all the highest institutions
H of learning, scientific, technical, and
H artistic, for which they can prove their
H Tills writer docs think, howovcr,
H that tho difference between feminine
H and masculino intellect must estab
H llsh a distinction between tho lines of
H scientific work taken by tho soxes
H severally. Intellectual research has
H many departments, somo affording a
H better field for men than for women.
H But while men excel women in certain
H branches of scientific investigation, It
H Is equally undeniable that feminine
Hi minds are best adapted for other
H branches. Speaking of tho division of
H labor between tho man and tho wo-
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cently como over tho ideals of the
feminists, and writes as follows:
"Formerly tho feminists of Germany
aspired to compote with men in those
professions In which men formed the
majority. Nowadays they merely ask
that they be admitted to those fields
of activity In which, from their char
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I HARRY S. JOSEPH
Hg f The Miner's Friend
Such an extension of feminine activ
ity will not, as many have feared, in
fringe on the sphere of male activity,
although it will increase tho work
done in tho world of the human raco.
Tho division of work between the two
sexes has a promising future before it,
in the realm of science especially. To
men belong the great general princi
ples of scientific research. Abstraction
and synthesis are their work. The
details must be loft to women, who
aro adapted for special Investigation
and analysis. Naturally it Is not easy
to draw a preclso lino between the
Holds of feminine and masculine in
tollectal activity; for in tho final anal
ysis this lino must bo adjusted ac
cording to individual idlonsycracy. It
Is certain, however, that while women
are to bo accorded the fullest liberty
in self-development, they aro sure to
preserve, In whatever field of activity,
a tone and sentiment essentially fem
inine. Nor is this to bo regretted; on
the contrary, it will have the effect
of enriching and enlarging the meth
ods of scientific research. And one
effect of this theoretical equality of
value in men's and women's work will
bo tho recognition of tho principle ex
pressed in tho formula 'equal pay for
equal work' a formula which, as is
well known, hns been adopted as their
maxim by all feminists whether they
belong to the proletariat or tho middle
classes, whether they aro moderate
or radical." Translation made for
Vote for Harry Joseph the miners'
Continued from Pago C.
piano and now and again they sing.
It is another act that has been tak
ing Los Angeles by storm during tho
past two weeks.
Tho third good number on tho bill
Is Preston Kendall, America's fore
most protean actor. Ho presents a
playlet, "Across Tho Lines," wherein
ho undertakes to play half a dozen
different roles In satisfactory manner.
In brief ho is the Margaret Wycherly
of the vaudovllle stage over again.
A(iamlni and Taylor, the wandering
minstrels, present a novel musical
turn in good voice, in fact their
voices sound almost like grand opera.
This is another act that was held for
two weeks in Los Angeles.
From now on the circus acts will be
making tho rounds of the circuit.
Foremost in the ranks of tight wire
artists aro Woods and Woods, a cou
ple of thrillers who havo somo good
up-to-date stunts down on the bill.
Then there aro Mcxlas and Mexlas,
a man and a clever dog who furnish
somo wonderful balancing feats for
tho delectation of tho patrons of the
Tho klnodromo will continue to un
r3fi fnnie good motion picture lilms
and Welho's orchestra has a couple of
splendid overtures in preparation.
AN EXPENSIVE PRODUCTION.
At the Lyilc theatre next week tho
most expensive production over at
tempted at ten, twenty and thirty
cent prices. It requires sixteen ac-
ts and thirty soldiers nnd twelvo
stage carpenters to properly produce
this great play. There can bo no
doubt of the fact that it requires un
limited confidence in tho drawing '
power of a play to go to all tho ox- "
ponse, but the Lyric management do i
not hesitate as tho public has proved
In tho past two weeks that it likes tho I
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Vote for Harry Joseph tho miners'
Sweet Potato Pudding.
Peel and wash a largo sweet potato,
wlpo dry, and grate with a largo
grater. Whllo tho potato is . bolng
grated heat one quart of milk, stir a
cup of tho grated potato into tho hot
milk, and let It boll. Meantime boat
four eggs to a cream, add ono table
spoon butter to tho milk and potatoes,
and take them off tho v Stir Urn
boaton eggs with tho milic and pofa f, (
tcf.3, season the pudding palatably
with salt and pepper, and put into an
earthen dish and bake for 20 mlnuteu,
or until the custard is firm. . '