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todian of the community's morals;
as the womanjs, so society; society
never rises higher than the women
who compose its ranks.
I do not helieve that women wear
these immodest garments designed
ly to lure men, but even when evil
motive is lacking the evil conse
quences may be the same.
But the ways of women are mys
terious, as the Book of Ecclesiastics
proves, and I've learned not to say
much about them on my own ac
count; but I can fall back on the
Pauline declaration: "Let women
adorn themselves in modest apparel,
with shamefacedness and sobriety."
But modern women have forgotten
St Paul's counsel. They no longer
dress with "shamefacedness and so
briety"; they make of dress a snare
for men of light mind.
OH! THESE MEN!
A neighbor remarked to my wife:
"I understand your husband is some
thing of an after-dinner speaker," to
which wifie replied: "Yes, what Char
lie is liable to say after- dinner is the
reason we can't keep ai cook."
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for a girl of six to be a suffragist
That's the age of Emily Georgine
Grimes, who has the distinction of
being the youngest worker for the
Congressional Union for Woman Suf
frage. She is the daughter of Mrs.
Geo. L. Grimes of Detroit, secretary
of the Michigan. State Suffrage ass'n.
The youngest 'suffragist almost daily
takes her place in the big van that
makes the rounds of the business
section of Washington with the suf
frage speakers. It is her job to pass
around the literature that is given
out with the speeches.
EGGS AND OYSTERS
Beat four eggs until light; do not
separate yolks from whites. Wash
and look over, ten large oysters and
cut them into small pieces; putl
tablespoons of butter in small frying
pan over slow fire, stir and do not
brown; turn in the eggs and cook
until the eggs begin to thicken. Then
add oysters and a little salt and cook
until eggs are just firm. Turn over
hot buttered toast and serve at once
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