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spoke a truth and not a delicious
piece of unconscious humor.
Because woman's work isn't paid
IT SHOULD BE PAID she will con
tinue to look with a little awe at the
sort of labor that brings a pay en
velope. Financially her husband will
always be worth to her the price of
her own pathetic incompetence. As
an economic zero she will barter her
soul for bread and butter and con
done adultery sell her own soul to
make certain that her children will
never be without shoes!
When woman is economically in
dependent when every childless wo
man works and every mother is pen
sioned by the state a husband's EX
AGGERATED financial value will dis
appear. He will be worth whatever
he is worth mentally, emotionally and
various other ways we will consider
(What is a wife's value to her hus
band? Who bears the brunt of the
domestic arrangement, the husband
or the wife? The next article in this
series is written by Max Nordau, the
famous German author who strenu
ously takes issue with Miss Greeley
Smith, defending the husband and
placing a high value on his place in
Put piece of codfish weighing,
pound in cold water. Allow to stand
at least 2 hours. Shred. Put 3 cup
fuls of raw sliced potato in pan over
fire and just cover with cold water.
Place shredded codfish on top and
boil together until potatoes are done.
Drain well. Mash potato and fish to
gether. While warm. add 1 table
spoon of butter, y2 cup of cream.
Beat until very light. Add 2 well
beaten eggs. Shape into balls, dredge
in flour and set aside to get perfectly
cold. Fry in deep fat
Much value in little space Is found
in rare orchids. One sold in London
the other day for ?7,500,
CALIFORNIA'S FAME SUNG BY
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San Francisco, Cal. To sing her
native state into fame is the ambition
of Miss Nelle -Bryant, a Californian,
and a gifted singer.
Miss Bryant's repertoire includes
but one song, "California," the state
song of the Golden Gate state, and
she has sung that before almost every
national gathering of women held
this summer where California was
represented. She has made the pa
triotic song so popular that several
states have followed California's ex
ample and adopted state songs.
Cut gingerbread in pieces for serv
ing, put over in steamer for 15 min
utes to heat. through. Serve with
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