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WOMENJN DOINGS OF THE WORLD
tyeW'York, Jan. 29.Special -trains
dashed across the continent t6 carry
the parents; of Mrs-1. TowrisendfBur
den, Jr., from eDnver to ,New (York
when an operation for mostoids en
dangered her life. Before she1 was
married to the society leader she was
known as the "richest girl in Colo
rado." Her father, Dennis Sheedy,
got his money in mines.
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"Children," said the teacher to his
pupils," "you should be able to do
anything equally well with either
hand. With a little practice you will
find it just as easy to do anything
with one hand as it is with the other,"
'Is it?" inquired the urchin at the
foot of the class. "Let's see you put
your left hand in ,the. right-hand
pocket of your trousers." Ladies'
WINS OUR FREEDOM
Caroline -A '.JLowe
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 29. When,
the police grabbed Miss Catherine
Lowe and three other women because-
fhatr fncicorl nn hnlrtin? a Street
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meeting for Socialist propaganda, she
didn't rush to a lawyer, insieaa, sne
put the cops through a gruelling
cross-eamination and then made so
eloquent a speech in defense t her
rights that the judge decided that it
wasn't the right season for suppress
ing free. speech.
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The heart-beats number 30 per
minute in the elephant, 40 in the
horse, 50 in the ass .and mule, .70 in
man, 90 in the dog, 150 to 300 in the
rabbit, and about 670 in the mouse.
The last 'number is the, .a'verage ob
tained by IT. Buchanan from a num
ber of observations on mice with a
photographically registering electrometer.