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ployed women ever held. It is impos
sible to estimate how many there
are, but if they could all be brought
together it would take a building ten
times as big as Cooper Union."
And back of this problem of un
employed women, which is not lim
ited to New York city, but which is
also very large and dread in Chicago,
lies the fact that for the unemployed
woman there is no place of shelter
when she has no money, as there is
for the man; there is no bread line-
when she is hungry, as there is for
the man;' she cannot panhandle when
- she becomes desperate, as can a man.
It makes the problem of uriemploy
ed women loom above that of men,
doesn't it? And yet this is the first:
meeting ever held of that kind.
CALLS DETENTION HOSPITAL A
Dr. Julius Grinker caused some lit
tle excitement, at the meeting of the,
Illinois State Hospitals Medical As
sociation by declaring that the Cookr
County Detention Hospital was a
prison and that after being kept there;
for three weeks patients were taken
out and tried before "an ignorant'
judge and a more ignorant jury.
Supt H. I. Davis, of the Detention
Hospital, jumped to his feet and Inti
mated that Dr. Grinker didn't know
what he was talking about.
PICK MEN FOR COLORADO AND
Washington, Jan. 30. Personnel
of committees who will investigate
Colorado coal and Michigan copper
strikes as follows:
Those who will probably go to
Michigan are: Taylor of Colorado,
Casey of Pennsylvania, Hamlin of
Missouri, Switzer of Ohio, and Howell
ThosS who. will probably go to Col
orado are: Foster of Illinois, Byrnes
. of South Carolina, Taylor of Arkan
sas, Austin of Tennessee and Suth
erland of West Virginia.
"Professor, I know my boy is
rather slow, but in the two years that
you have had charge of his education
he must have developed a tendency
in some direction or other. "What oc
cupation do you suggest as a possible
outlet for his energies, such as they
"Well, sir, I think he is admirably
fitted for taking moving pictures of a
GERMAN HORSE RADISH SAUCE
One cup of grated horse radish.
Put into granite pan with one cup
of beef stock. Aliow to boil ten
minutes. When slightly cool beat
in the yolksof two eggs. Allow to
boil long enough to slightly thicken.
Add one tablespoon of taragon
vinegar and a tablespoon of cream.
This sauce is. invariably served in
Germany with all kind of beef, boiled,
roasted or broiled.
.Get the . temperature habit. Keep
a pan of water on the radiator. Keep
the window iri the sleeping room open
an inch or two from the top.