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time when all wars shall cease, man
will become civilized enough to make
this precaution of the mothers quite
unnecessary. Today it is imperative
that the older women continue to
guard the7 maidens but not their
married or self-supporting daughters.
Until the older women are willing
to surrender this ancient privilege of
domination, they will remain an in
surmountable obstacle in the ad
vancement of their sex, no matter
with what zeal they discuss the bal
lot, birth control, economic indepen
dence, or any other of the revolution
ary projects known to feminism.
(Reel six in this series will deal
with woman as she seems to her
CHILD HARPIST CALLED "LITTLEST PATRIOT'
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Claudia is called the "littlest patriot" because she begins all her con
certs playing the Star Spangled Banner. She lives in Syracuse, N. Y., and
has been showing her ability at the harp in all large cities of the country.