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SHE SHOULD' WORRY OVERH.C. OF BUILDING
Miss Ruth Henry
Los Angeles, Cal. "Why in the
world'do yoii want to take' a manual
training course?" asked' Miss Ruth
Henry's school girl chums -while sh&'
was learning how to guide a saw and
to keep her fingers from under the
cruel hammer's head. '
Today Miss Herny is showing the
She's building her own Jjeach". bun
galow on the strand near here; 'pre
paratory to a Winter of "social, gaiety
in which she will play hostess in herN
"very o.wn, home-made" cottage.
"It's not hard, work," she-' ex
claimed, whipping a tw,d-by-fobr. "I
learned manual' training' in school,
and when I wanted a cottageto en-'
tertain my friends in, what was more
natural than to build It myself-?' "
"About the shingling? Well,' 1 1
watched some men shinglers ior'an
hour the other day .and ridw'I think'
I know as much about'it as they do."
, -LOVELY TRIP.
Bill Arthur and his troupe of In
dians arrived in New, York city on
the" :. S. St. Louis last week from ,
Laibacn,. Austria,, where the circus
they were with closed. The trip con
sumed seven and 'a half weeks, the
party-going By way of Prance, Ger
many' and Holland and England.
uney -were injau ior over inree
weeks ndUwere. taken1 prisoners of
war bn.ce, but' outside of that they
ihad a nice time. Mr. Arthur Is now
arhfs"home'inthis' city. Cumber
land.Md., cor. The Billboard.