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bUe was clre&sed as a man and reauy looked the part as well as she had looked the pait of a woman Ar rri CrTnT nnnr -! tri-t rlvopp- l& pd aod acted as a man for so long'" ' asked her Her eyes fla&hed. and she smiled as le replied "No Why should I be7 I was a -ood man, doing a man's work better than most men " The profile of Miss Anderson is sjch as you see on old Egyptian and roman roms and hr skin is of the copper tint, which shows the trace of Indian blood Her hands and feet are small, her hair as the httle blonde girl who was married to her put it, "is black, blue black a lovely color " "I expectshe said, "that it is hard to make you understand that all my acts have been normal and almost conventional since I put oh man's clothes," "Didn't you ever wish for the in- THE TWO WOMEN WHO WERE WIVES OF MAN-WOMAN Mane White and Dorothy Klenowski, Who Tell Stories Today of Their Lives With Cora Anderson.