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out of every hundred we answer your T late E. H. Harrimanr railroad mag-
telephone calls. We sell more than
a quarter of the goods you make.
"Just a few more figures that may
appeal particularly to you men. Do
you know that there are over 12,000
women out of the home making your
cigars and cigarettes? There are
8,722 printing your books and papers;
almost 3,000 making the candy you
fe send to your sweethearts.
"Over 50,000 typists and stenogra-
phers would be called upon in vain to
run with their little pads were we to
I go on strike. It would be useless to
I push your buzzers. Those girls be-
I long to their homes."
But don't think Mrs. Whitehouse
I has given up the woman's one-day
I strike idea for good and all. She has
not. She means to hold the threat
overthe heads of the stubborn anti-
man-suffraget, like a sword, asking
all s'uffragets to test the dictum,
"Woman's place is in the home," by
WEALTHIEST OF AMERICA'S
' RICH WOMEN
nate, who owns most of the $1,000,-
000,000 which is in the hands of the
wealthy women of the United States.
A SAUCY SWING HAS BETTY
BROWN'S NEW FUR COAT
Mrs. Mary W. Harriman, wife of the
The sauciest thing in the realm of
fashion is the new lur coat. It's no
longer a coat nor a "comfortable
wrap" It's really a cloak with a .,
swing and a ripple from the waistline
down to the flaring edge which gives
even a garment of seal or heavy mink j
an airy, youthful appearance.
The mod "lustrated here is made
of seal trimmed with beaver, and the
quaint little "Tarn." worn with it is
piped with seal.
The acid test for the small boy is
at hand crab apples are ripe.