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ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
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"My husband says I have made an
other man of him."
"You'd better look out, or the first
thing you know he'll be looking
around for another man's wife."
1 SCHOOL GIRLS OVERDRESSED,
Tomorrow the Illinois Mothers'
Congress is expected to pass resolu
tions recommending that school
girls be dressed in simple, inexpen
sive costumes. For many days the
women have discussed how dress
makers get the larger portion of their
husband's salaries and the best way
to put a stop to it Hereafter mothers
will be urged to dress their girls with
simplicity until they are 16 years old.
Other resolutions to be voted on
Supervised recreation for child
hood. Better education for the duties of
State requirement for birth regis
Compulsory school medical inspec
tion. Passage of Shurtleff child labor bill.
That the kindergarten be made a
part of every school system.
That the mpthers' congress work
against vocational education bills,
which stand for a dual system, and
for the unity of school system.
The . session will close tomorrow
after electing new officer.
BITS OF NEWS
Fayetteville, Tenn., police asked
Chicago police to watch over Mrs. E.
B. Whitney, now at Lexington Hotel
Cecil Cook, Grand City, III., and
Frank Burke, Blue Earth, Minn.,
crushed to death in lumber car at
C. D. Blachly, head of city bureau
of surveys, let out.
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The teacher sent the son of a poli
tician before the schoolmaster for a
"Young man," said the school
master, as he gazed severely at the
youth, "do you know that you are a
candidate for a severe whipping?"
"Yes, sir," replied the boy, "and I
hope I'll be defeated."