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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 31, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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A. number of women in Washington, D. C, society are sorely peeved at
the wording ofan invitation to a reception given by Sec'y of the Navy
Daniels. NavaT" officers and their "wives and other femaleYelatives" were
invited to attend. It is the use of the word "female" that hs aroused the
ire of the women of the capital.
Should the sweetness and happiness of the modern woman's life be em
bittered by calling the members of the fair sex "females"? Nay!-A thou
sand times, nay! Yes, eleven or twelve hundred times, nay!' What though
the Bible says "male and female made He them," or the splendid women
of the Victorian era were satisfied to worthily live tbeir lives as "females"?
Is there any reason that the society dames of Washington, D, C, should be
referred to as such? Not much! Not on your tintype. At least not on the
tintype of a suffragette.
Live and let live. '
The greatest good to the greatest number.. . , "
The law of love is the highest law of life. We lite but once wnnqt
live high? t
To get is good; if the getting is fair, but to serve 'is better.
' My property should not mean your loss.
The glory of the game is in team work.
To each according to his worth, not according to his strength.
A happy human soul is earth's finest product and happiness comes
through brotherhood, not through selfishness. .
Live and let live.
"How did old Bankroll get so much
"He was president of thd flour
trustand theywatered" the stock!"
A fashion note.says: "Spring hats
for women will cover one ear." Good.
The other ear will be left free to re
ceive the whispered nothings of the
fond and moonstruck loveiv 1

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