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season. - Others ran two shifts of
That's one thing that 10,000
Wisconsin girls have to be thank
ful to progressSveism for.
AMERICAN WOMEN" BEAT
Article No. 3 will tell how the
state of Wisconsin felt that it was
responsible" for the moral as well
as the physical welfare of Miss
WAYTO HUNT RABBITS
AND COMMIT SUICIDE
Lawrenceburg, ImL, Dec.' 29.
fohn-W. Cook, disdaining the or
dinary methods of hunting rab
bits; chased one into a hollow ldg,
set " his trag gun at tfne end,
stooped over the other so as to
grab the rabbit if it ran oat, pull
td the string tied to the trigger
md caught the rabbit . in his
iands, and the bullet in his breast.
People" at the funeral openly
roted against that way of hunting
- 1 ' o o -
Headline from the Philadelphia
North American :
Carnegia Prevents War .
Among Peace Advocates!'
And yet there are those who do
tay that Andy's millions have
Hone .nothing- -tangible for the
jasef peace! ; ;
Baroness de Meyer
New York, Dec. 29. The bar-,
oness de k Meyer, international
fencing champion, who was la
menting the lack ,of a foiNyorthy,
of her steel, met two representa
tive American-women fencers. re
cently and lost.
At' the Fencers' club Mrs.
Sjtuyvesant Fish, jr., and Mrs.
Adelaide "Baylis, twp women
prominent in society,, by turns
fenced with the baroness, and in
both cases the Americans were
victors. The baroness is the wife
of a Russian nobleman, and they
are both visiting New York for a
If at' first youL don't succeed,
comlpain to your -congressman, '