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"I thing every one of you ought to
go home and ask if your father or
brother or husband cannot find a bet
ter investment for their hard-earned
wages than to make good the dif
ference between the wage girls ought
to get and are getting because they
are supported by the capital of their
men folks invested in the enterprise
of the great department stores."
,A former employe of a downtown
'store stated that girls were constant
ly worked beyond the ten-hour law
and could not complain without los
ing their jobs.
Another meeting will be held Tues
day, May 6, at Schiller Hall.
Is one of the rapid spring growers
and can be combined with small tur
nip tops or beets, a little lettuce or
may be used alone. Cook it the same
as spinach. Sorrel also, makes a re
freshing salad. . ,
The common "pig weed" and lamb
guarter grow in almost every climate
and on all cultivated land. When
very young these can be used for
greens and should be cooked after
the same recipes iven for spinach.
Eyes cross because the muscle
which turns the eyes in is stronger
than the one that turns them out.
Sometimes the condition is tempo
rary and is due to tire or illness.
JRest and recuperation cure these
. cases. Usually muscles are out of bal
ance because of difference in
strength. Operation cures these
cases. No medicine cures.
"My husband is -a. real prize to the
bank," said, the boastful wife of a
bank clerk. '"The way in which he
handles notes is truly wonderful
counts them like lightning! without
ever making a mistake!" "Really'
said the friend to whom the state
ment was made. "Never a mistake
at all?" "No well, at least. heis
never out more than a-few cents !'
WELL, THE PREACHERS SAY
-MORGAN'S IN HEAVEN
Charles Lamb once said, "A laugh
is worth a hundred groans in anyt
"No man. who has once heartily
and wholly laughed can be altogether
or irreclaimably ,bad,'! said Carlyle.
"What was talked of as the golden
chain of Jove was nothing more than
a succession of laughs, a chromatic
scale of merriment reaching from
earth to Olympus?"' declared 'Douglas
And Laurence Sterne maintained
that "every time a man" smiles but
much more so when he laughs adds
something to his fragment.of life."
"A GOOD CATCH-