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SHE LOVES LOBSTERS LOVES TO SELL 'EM7
NOT TO EAT 'EM
Mrs M. C. Pickett doesn't knotf
much about 'lobster palaces," butj
the "palaces" just couldn't get on!
without her. From her "little place'
on 9th av., New York, she sends out
100 Barrels of lobsters daily to the;
best hotels throughout the country..
She's the only woman lobster dealeq
in the United States, and she's get
ting rich at the business.
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MRS. M. C. PICKETT,
WHO SUPPLIES THE
LOBSTER MARKET OF
MANY CITIES WITH .
THE FISH THAT
. EVENTS IN THE WAR ONE YEAR
( Allies and Germans battle on 20
. mile front from Charlerol to Namur
German troops shatter French ad
vance east of the Vosges mountains.
Russia continues advance on Ger-
man and Austrian borders.
Four-day battle on the banks of
he Drina ends in defeat of Austrians
by Serbs, who took many prisoners.
Brussels treasurer refuses Germaxf
demand for $40,000,000.
French troops are driven out of
Lorraine and battle at Muhlhausen Is
Italy is reported to have deckled on
When a girl falls on the slippery
street, the chief damage is caused in
the smiles cracked by the bystanderst