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MRS. WILEY LOVES HOME AND BABIES BUTj
SHE'S ARDENT SUFFRAGE WORKER ,
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Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley and Her Babies.
Washington, Dec 8. Mrs. Harvey
W. Wiley, -wife of the government's
former chief chemist, -will take an ac
tive part in the effort to be made by
suffragists at Washington this winter
to induce congress to submit to the
.various states a constitutional
amendment giving -women the ballot
Mrs. Wiley is the mother of two
"beautiful children, Harvey W. Wiley,
Jr., a baby in arms, and John Pres
ton Wiley. She is of a domestic na
ture and loves everything connected
with her home, but in spite of all
these duties she is an enthusiast in.
the suffrage cause and is a potent
factor In suffrage councils,
NEW "FREE LUNCH" SYSTEM
EL J. Callahan in court of domes
tic relations yesterday told of a novel
way to get free feeds at swell hotels.
"I always had a dead codkroach in
my pocket when I went m to eat,"
he said. "When I was nearly through
I would drop a cockroach on the
plate, call, the proprietor or head
waiter, point to the plate as if in dis
gust and walk out. It never failed.'"
Callahan was up on a nonsupport
charge. He said he had been feeding
free for months by use of the cock-?