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SECTTOX THREE THE LLE SALT LAKE HERALD fr Sl StNDAY JAY MAY 14 1905 19O 3
L t Position P9thd9 of f Women I in Germany HeleneLangci = ition tiO j of Ofth the I
T T HE womans movement begap in inf InGennan3o i iI
f Germany in 1885 At tht time tbi e a asociety no nosociety aaoclety
society Has as formed at Leipsic LeipsicCalled LeiP5icaIled Leipnica11ed
Called < Allgemeine Deutsche DeuL e Fr FIt4J1e11 FIt4J1e11crin FruenVerin en enverin
verin crin General German Womens WomensUnion Worneps1flon YotttePsUnion
Union Its purpose wag wa to promote IKont te the thePossibility tbePoSsibility theIOtbtIlty
Possibility of women R earning their theirbread theirbrad theirbread
bread and of getting Ut1l a better educa education education educathe ¬
tion In the course of a year ear or two twoa
a meeting meet1n was as held to which women womenfrom w womenfrom n nfrom
from all parts of o Germany were l ere In Incited InUed Inited ¬
cited Ued Then the th movement > t became n ntional na nattonal fltjoaI
tional although a very ery small number numberf num r rf
4 f women took part in the conference conferencerJ
rJ There were few newspapers new papers and rail raJIrnads railrlads railrnads
rnads and communication was a8 skJ skJ8ine alow alowSnee k > w wSince
Since the th beginning be lnnin in 1S65 1S unfcms m 1S have haveTo
To bperJ en formed d in all the tersestvj Ja 1rgeatjolaees e8t1IaeS laces
Their first work waa wa as to found industrial industrialRihools indu indutriathoo1s trlal trlalIkhoos
Rihools hoo1s for girls ateo the establish establishment eeablishTheM tabli h hrnent ¬
TheM of advanced advan fd schools hoo1s These T The were weretor werefor werefor
for tor the better bt ttr claeees c of women w n who whowould whor 00 00would
r would have liked to enter the univer university unhersit univernity ¬
sity sit but t these th being bflin closed Jo NI > the > object objectws objects
ws W < S to prepare the way for higher cul culture tttlturf inituri ¬
turf Lectures ti were given gh iveu 1 on art lit literature Iitrature litoral ¬
erature oral > ure laniniages Ia flguagei and the sciences sciencesOne lWielleOnE wiencesOne
One of thesH > large lar e schools is in Berlin Berlinthe Bflrlin1hr BerlinI
I the Victoria Lyceum Ilvcpumthere there art ar the thesame thesamE thename
same professors iProffSSOn us < at the university universityand uniyprmtyand univityand
and as many as a twenty courses OU are areRiven xreIpn aregiven
given Ipn in one winter win tn Women Von n teachers teachersin teahein
in u Germany erlnany beg begun dn n to hare ormntsa ormntsations OC1anlutlon8 organizas
s tions tiofl among amn themselves thfotn eles then trades tradesunions tr trunions tradeiUnions
unions followed for or women clerks and anddifferent anddiffprent and1ifferet
different swieties fIOiptl were ere formed with withespecial withCSpecIaI Un Unt
especial t Pf lal objects ob ts in view vie The sole pur purpose purJO purJv4e ¬
pose JO of one on was to open the university universitydix unhprsitdHr universityClOrs
dix dHr > rs to women It was as railed Frau Frauu
< u Bildung nlldungUFnntenStudium FrauenStudium Aft Aftciwards Aftrwards Aftcwards
ciwards < came the union at Hamburg Hamburgti HamDu HamDutd
ti I secure ure the ballot for women That Thatcity Tnatit Thatity
city it ity did not belong to Prussia so it did didTiot did1Wt didriot
riot come under ita It jaw of prohibition prohibitiontonrerninR prohibitionfnrfn1tnl prohibitiontflCernIng
tonrerninR the position of woman and andias andas andas
ias as at liberty to allow such a ste 8t to tobp
bp 11 1 taken so were Saxony Badert and andc andthPTS andthers
c thers Every state in Germany G rmany has a adifferent ac1iffprent alifferent
different law about unions Women WomenJravo Vomt VorncnI > n nb
I Jravo b ave t been permitted peru tted since 1S58 1 1SI ot to or organize orJctIlize orgiidze ¬
ganize associations but they are not al allowed alIOWM al1owei ¬
lowed to speak sW > ak about political matters nwttereJn
Jn their societies Everybody En rYbodv in Ger Germany Germany Gerrrauy ¬
many has a right to hold hold public meet meetIngs JueetIngs meet1gs
Ings and at these th any subject < t can be bediscussed bediseu bedtscnssed
discussed diseu Sfd The limitations are about aboutorganizations aboutorganlzation aboutOrganizations
organizations re individuals there is isperfect islerft is3erfect
perfect lerft > rt freedom fr The itoiioe 1Ol niajr 1f1liysend 1f1liysenda send senda
a representative rpple1 > ntatiyp but it is j not oiMig oiMigatory obli obliatory obIigatory
atory However Ho en r these t public meet meetlugs meetIIJ meetIgs
lugs IIJ S must mu t be announced at least a day dayprevious dH dH1rp dayirevious
previous 1rp QUs at the th police poI headquarters headquartersThe
The Th prohibitory law spoken of was as that thatof thatof ihatif
of if Prussia That being the largest state stateIn stattIii statelu
In Germany Herman it is i hard for the advanced advancedclement adva1KM1nIPnt advanced1einent
clement to live under und r the old regime regimeAs regimAs regimes
As s the confederation of the German Germanstates Gt Germanstates > mtxn mtxnItatps
states took place only in 1871 it will willrequire willI m mrQuir
I require a long time to reconstruct their theirlegislation theirIgi theirf
f legislation Igi lation The organization in Ham HamItirg Hamllurg Hamlurg
Itirg was called the Union for Woman WomanSuffrage Womanuffrage WomanSuffrage
Suffrage SuffragePolitical SuffragePolitical uffragePolitical
Political Organizations for Women WomenSpreading WomenSpreading WomenSpreading
Spreading SpreadingA
A few months ago a o after the organisa organisation o organiufttiun niza nizatitln ¬
tion of the International Womens WomensRights Womensflights omens omensRights
Rights association in Berlin the Ham Hamburg Hxmhurg Hamburg ¬
burg society s changed its name to thatof that thatof thatof
of National Union for Woman Suffrage SuffrageIt
It is the only organisation of a polit political political p0111I ¬
I ical nature naqlre among women in Germany GermanyImt Gennany1mt
I but now no its members are reaching wilt wilttu outti
tu 11 form associations of a similar char character charattpr charttter ¬
acter in other parts of the country countryKliven countryEIilpn
I Kliven years ago the National Wo Womans Worwns ¬
1 mans council was as formed in Germany Germanythirty Gerntanytbirty Germanyti3irty
thirty organizations joined Q noV J w there thereatf therear
atf 1 H ITS All A 11 the progressive p essive women of ofGermany ofGrman ofrniaiiy
Germany Grman rniaiiy advocate the political politi 81 < equal equality equality ¬
4 ity of the sexes Three years ago at atthe atthe
0 the last National Womans council councilmeeting counellmEf councilV
V meeting mEf > tin held at Wiesbaden a resolu resolution resolution esolu esolulion ¬
tion was passed paae endorsing en ors1n woman suf suffrage sufflageth sufragethe ¬
frage flageth the vote v te w waa Jt8 unanimous There Therevert ThereEn ThereCre
vert En 3W 3 delegates present representing representingTXOOQ representing10oO
TXOOQ 10oO womeri womelall all the organised woman womanhood womanhood omanhood ¬
hood of o Germany Frau FrauCauer Cauer was as the thet thexponent thexponent
t xponent of the radicals radkalsHeiene Helene Lange Langethat Langethat LangetIHIt
that of the conservatives t9n rYativ both stood stoodfor stoodfo stood1o
for fo the same san sarnatea f Wea inut hut hi jrnlle hlle the latter latterfllvoeated latterp4
14 fllvoeated a slow process through edu eduat eduat edultiH
< at ltiH ion the former desired d > to push the thecur tocIJf thedir
cur idea to its speedy fulfillment fulfillmentAmong fu fulfillmentflIg ftltnwnl ftltnwnlnlln
Among nlln flIg the new women of Germany are areto aret
1 to t tt be found the > extremists those who whowtar whowiir ho hoHar
wtar short hair and affect as much as aspssible a al
pssible l ssible the appearance of men in intluir intlwir inhitjr
tluir attire > others wear fhe reform reformdress reomldrfIS reform1rss
dress which hirh is simply a loose I gown gownafter 1owna gownttter
after a tt > r the fashion of the French empire empirewhile empirehilf empirehi1e
while hilf still others oth rs are as women wOPlen of the therational theration81 therational
rational school around the world All Allii Alljnvements Alliitwements
ii ovements have their seasons of ex excitscences t exItseences x xr
citscences r f srElt < es in the initiative stages of ofdevelopment ofdelopment ofvelopment
development before bt for the settling ttltnl time timeomes timemps timeomes
< omes of sensible nsible crystalhsation stanzatioo in ac accepted a afJtro acCPtd ¬
cepted forms The be womans rights rightsmovement rightrrlofmenl rightsriocn1ent
movement in America had its era of ofrpped ofI
4 < rpped I Iped Ioeks its it bloomers its Mary MaryWalkers MaryaJkelS MaryValkers
Walkers aJkelS before it resolved r vtd itself into intotir Inlot1 Intot1
tir t1 dignified i nl t cause f8U of today with clear clearluide dear1dNI cleariridd
luide l cultured welldressed etl women woments womenus
ts its it s leaders leadersMovement Jt edernMovement cJers cJersMovement
Movement in a Transitory State as asIn asfet aset
fet fetIn et etIn
In Germany the whole womans womansnienient womansI womansrenient
nienient I n pment is i In a transition t state statet state4he state4hetsing the thepassing he
passing 1 Mi tsing ing from the subjection of centu centurifs teitnTS t tT
rifs T TS S to t the splendid cJt > ndid possibilities ibiJiUesof of the thepresent theI theI
I Fr present ent day The unusual woman here hereho
ho 7 10 offends in dress dr and idea is is to be beregarded berqarded beregarded
regarded more in the he light of an an indi indit indiidnal mdiiiiual
t idiial than the representative repr 5tntatie of a amovement aIn
movement 111 veiflent nent Those who belong belon to the theprogressive theIr thejrgresMve
progressive Ir e thoughtful thou htful branch of the thev themans
v mans cnuse realize that women are aredifferent arediICprenl arehfferent
different f frQirmen row1 men they the want to bring bringt1 bringt1o
t1 t1o influenced inOuewoe bf woman into public life lifeit UCeto
it t to minimize the power of men but butsimply butimlI betillIb
simply imlI for women to attain a position positionof
of if equality They T te do not s nay y either eitherthat eitherthat eithertlli
that tlli women are better than men butthey but buts t ts
< s they thf are uiiHke u iIc them that both in inIHionces inf ini
IHionces f i utwei tn es should be felt 4n public ublit life lifeThey n nTh lifeThey
They Th < strive now 00 for equality of op opportunity opTrtunlt opirtunIty ¬
portunity Throughout the > nation n there thereire thfreIft
ire i rt separate schools for the < sexes l tx ex except fXqtt cxit ¬
cept it qtt pt universities lInhf > rsiti and even n in them it its itj ita
j s a novelty fur men and women lo o be bei
i the same ctesaes Ia It was only twelve twelveears twrh twrhaT
1 ears aT ago gO that women began bf gan to be b ad adrritted adJlitt adiujtted
rritted Jlitt l to the > universities before that thattime thatti111E thatI
I time they had been tolerated only as aslistener ashsttt1eI8 asistenera
listener rhirty rhh1 years ears ago German Germana Gennanomen Germanwimen
wimen a omen went to Switzerland to study studyTheir studyfheir tudyhelr
Their helr first women physicians came camefrom camefiitil am amfO
from the leading institutions of that thatcountry thatountry thatotmtry
country Only in Baden Had n and Wurtem Wurteml Wurtem1erg urlftn
1 11f
l 1f 1erg > erg > are women olnen admitted to the > uni universities uniritlea i irttiU
versities rttiU ritlea on the same basis ba il as men tnf n in inthe ma mathe I Ithe
the others simply as a courtesy urt t When Whenji
ji t man m n wants to enter a university he hecan hfan hemtfl
can an choose h with a woman it is j differ diftfrnt differpt
111 She ban na to g get et t the > consent n nt of the thedirector thedir thediremtOr
director dir U r of the university of her h r choice choiceS boINw
sis S well w 1I as R thta of each of the profes professors Jrot JrotfTS IHUPsmrs ¬
sors iit UIIi1V er r whom she has to study studyOftenHne studyt1te13thC ludytpn
OftenHne tpn lhe latter lalt > will ill not allow an a wo woman wonian 0 0111an ¬
man to to entei the class of anatomy or orDie or1hp orihe
Die laboratories 1aboMlt then she s has to search searchfor searchfr rh rhfr
fr an institution wnere nen > women > n are aregranted lUeJrnnted aregrtnted
granted those privileges rt The condi conditions ndl ndltions u utinna ¬
tions of entering nt rin a university are to toiave toIa tohave
have iave Ia taken a full idi course at the gym gymnasia gynwtia gymiiasts ¬
nasia At the latter schools s boo1s children children4ii blldrenJII
< 4ii begin at 6 a a and d leave at IS 1 then thenthey th thenthcy n ntht3o
they have ha to pass an examination in inthe in1h inthe
the 1h gymnasia and this if successfully successfullya SUITeMullHnomp1tt successfullymomplnhed
a Hnomp1tt momplnhed < omplfc hed gives the student the theright theri theright
right ri ht to enter any university in Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many While hUt every state has a differ different dUrnt different ¬
ent nt law governing governi universities un eon tles yet yetthere yet1here yetIhere
there is a uniform school bool system systemthroughout Sy5tetuthrou5hout systemthroughout
throughout the empire which hieh leads up upto uptn upti
to ti the university unlvriltyHelene universityHeleneLanges universityHeleneLanges
Helene HeleneLanges Langes Efforts for Women WomenIn Wom n nIn
In 1SS6 Fraulein Helene Lange Langefounded LanJer Langefounded
founded a gymnasia wh4re he gina lrl6 were weretrained wt weretrained > re retrained
r trained for the entrance examination examinationof
of the university The course takes takesfour takegfour takesfour
four years eI1Z3 There Titt > re was a a etas class prepared preparedto prep ml mlto
to enter the university for the first firsttime fttUme firsttime
time twelve tw Jve years ago a o Heidelberg and andFreiburg andFrtiburg andreibur
Freiburg reibur Were we the first universities un ersltle4 in inGermany htGrm in inGermany
Germany Grm ny to o oJ open > en n their doors to women womenThen womenThen wmnenThen
Then came the others a little later laterAll laterMl > T I
All the German universities are now nowopen n nopPn nwopen
open to women but to only those who whohave whohave whoItave
have passed 1m the entrance examination examinationfor
t fur the university or the Ut examination examinationfor
for teachSHR a tU mud id only those who Ito have havepassed havepaS8ed havepassed
passed the entrance examination e in tion ean eanget eftnet eanget
get et a degree There are four our decrees decreesin delI degreeain e ein
in Germany Doctor of o Philoeftthy PhiloeftthyDoctor PhiltOll1tyDoctor PhlloaidiyDoctur
Doctor of MedlcmQb Doctor Doc r df DJnHy
4
and Doctor of Law Fifty women womenbave womenbavereell have havereceived bavereceived
received reell their degrees either that of ofDoctor ofDoetor ofDoctor
I Doctor of Philosophy or Doctor of ofMedicine ofedicine ofMedicine
Medicine There has been no woman womanDoctor woinanDoetor womanDoetor
Doetor of Divinity up to date dateonly dateI dateonly
only three Doctors of Law La and andthey andthey andthey
I they Anl finished hed In Switzerland There Thereare ThereI
t are perhaps thirty thlrt who 110 hold the degree degreeI
of Doctor of Medicine edf ine < but many of ofthese oftltefle oftheee
I these also a secured their distinction in inSwitzerland inf
f Switzerland These women have en entered entered entered
tered actively aethel upon their th 1r profession professionI
I ten or twelve t live in Berlin and have havea
4 a large practice No woman has yet yettried yettried e I Itried
tried to preach in Germany German except exceptthoee txceptthote exceptthoec
thoee in the Salvation Army No o wo woman woman woman ¬
man has been admitted to the bar In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Berlin B erttn university there are six hun hundred hundred hundeed ¬
dred and fortyfive women students studentshailing studentshailing tudentshailing
hailing from seventeen different cone countries COUiltrltt conetrIes ¬
tries < Among Atnon them are four hundred hundredand hundredI hundredand
and seventythree sventvihree Germans Of all the thewomen theomen thewotnen
I women students 8tudtnts fortynine are study studyIng studyIng studylag
Ing medicine five law eighteen theo theology th thIoy theology ¬
logy and five ve hundred and seventy seventythree Stvent Stventthrte I Ithree
three philosophy There are fortynine fortynineAmericans fortynineAmericans I
Americans in their midst midstRussians midstRussians I IRussians
Russians Study Problem How to toMake toMake toMake
Make Their Country Free FreeThere FreeThfrp FreeThere
There are many Russians women in inthe inthe inthe
the German universities un ersit they first en entered cnttred entered ¬
tered in ISM as s soon < as the doors were wereopened wpreollened wereopened
opened to women In Berlin at present presentthere presentthere
there are eightysix ei htystx They Th > associate associatealmost aociatealulOtlt associatealmost
almost exclusively xelu81Vt > lv with ith the Russian Russianmen RUStilanmen Russianncn
men students but but after they learn the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German language an a e a most cordial rela relationship relationthip reintiohiship ¬
tionship exists between them and the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German students udent Most of the Russians Russiansare Hussiansare Rusianare
are socialists ialists and are very poor They Theycome TheyOme Theycollie
come to the great gr at < German universities universitiesto
to leant how to make their country
free The selfsacrifice seltsacrifie they are ob obliged ohliged ¬
liged Ji ttl to practice in order to a atcom atcomJlish aecomPlISlt com complisli
plisli their th ir purpose is most m t admirable admirableThe admirableThe
The majority of university women are areof areof areof
of the higher hi her middle class teachers teachersdaughters ttachersdau tcachersdaughters
daughters dau hters of government officials and andof andof antiof
of merchants Some are of the nobility mfbilitywjio no1mt no1mtwLIO nobilityWLI0
wjio are reduced in means and a very ve veff
few ff of the wealthy U1Y aristocrats There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are about one thousand women students studentsnow studentsnow studentsnow
now in Germany most of these are arecompelled arecompelled arecompelled
compelled to earn Uieir fl1eir bread The Thenumber Thenumber Thenumber
number of students is limited on ac account Recount account ¬
count of the strenuous renuous effort required requiredfor requiredfor requiredfor
for preparation There are scores of ofwomen ofomen ofwomen
women omen who are taking special courses coursesIn coursesIn coursesIn
In earlier days it was as easier ier for a aforeigner aforeigner aforeigner
foreigner to enter the German GE > rman universi universities universities universities ¬
ties than for one who ho was as born in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country because > it was as a law that thatonly thatonl thatonly
only onl those who hadpassed h dp ssed the gymnasia gymnasiacoukl gymntsiacoukl gymnastsconk
coukl be h admitted The Russians had hadtheir hadUteir hadtheir
their gymnasia and could come in but butat butat hutat
at that time tI the Germans had none noneNow noneNow noneNow
Now that they have the German Germanstudents Germanstuden Germanstudenjm
students studen stand higher than the Rus Russians Russians Russians ¬
sians consequently ron uenUy the Russian Russianstudent Ruesianstudent Russianstudent
student is ranked lower than the Ger German German German ¬
man Another reason it is supposed supposedwhy supposedwhy supposedwhy
why foreigners could enter so easily easilywas easilywas easilywas
was that they did not care for these thesedegrees thesedegree thesedegrees
degrees as they would be of no use to tothem totnem tothem
them in their own country count while hile the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German students at once strove for forthem forthem forthem
them This logic carried out meant meantafter meantafter meantafter
after all equality between men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women There are several degrees in inGermany inGerman inGermany
Germany German which < h give the persons hold holding holding holdjug ¬
ing them positions in the state employ employand emplo3oand employand
and there was no place for the women womenThere womenThere womenThere
There are different examinations for forthose forthose forthose
those who want to be teachers or orjudges orjudges orjudges
judges or to enter other professions professionsThe
The latter lead to the degrees the theformer thefOrtrnr theformer
former to the positions positionsManifesting positionsManifesting positionsManifesting
Manifesting Interest in Club Work WorkClubs WorkClubs WorkClubs
Clubs are beginning to interest Ger German German German ¬
man women omen Their first was organized organizedlasted organizedJasted organizedlasted
lasted only a very short time timeabout timeaboutto about abouttwo
two years There are now two Ger German German German ¬
man womens clubs inthe imperial city cityone cit3oone cityone
one was as formed chiefly chle 3o for social pleas pleasure pleasure pleasUre ¬
ure and is composed of society women womenThey womenThey womenThey
They have ha ye their billiardrooms library librarysmokingrooms Jibrarysmokingrooms librarysmokingrooms
smokingrooms and salons where pub public pubHc publie ¬
lie meetings are held and a restaurant restaurantwhere restaurantwhere restaurantwhere
where they the can can eat and drink This Thisorganisation Thisorgsnization Thisorganization
organization was formed in 1S9S and is iscalled iscalled iscalled
called the German Womans TotUB 3 club It Itnow Itno Itnow
now no has four hundred jijid d twenty twentythree t twentythree wentythree
three members The otner ot11ikis is the th Ber Berlin BerHn Berun ¬
lin Womans club Iub founded in 11M 1900 > 0 for forthe forthe forthe
the better class of working women It Itopened Itopened Itopened
opened with ith four hundred members and andDOW andltO andzow
DOW ltO has eleven hundred Among Amon these theseare th thart theseare
are > painters authors signers pianist pianistactresses pianisa pianistsactresses
actresses a < tres physicians dentists librar librarians librarians liIwartitan ¬
ians photographers doctors of the dif different different differettt ¬
ferent schools the better class of the theshopgirls th thsftoJgirls theshopgirls
shopgirls and teachers wives hes of phy physicians physicians pityalcians ¬
sicians and of men in parliment The Theclub Thedub Theclub
club is principally for women wage wageearners nageearners age ageearners
earners Its 1 object is to furnish a home homefor homefor homefor
for unmarried women where they can canhave canhave canhave
have a place to get food cheaply a alibrary aJibrary alibrary
library and an 1 headquarters hea quartt > rs for rest and andintellectual andinteJifltual antiintellectual
intellectual enjoyment There T r > is no nosmoking nomnokin nosmoking
smoking mnokin nor billiardroom A good gooddinner goodUnner gooddinner
dinner can be obtained for twenty cents centsand centsaiwl uta utaatHI
and a supper > r for frimt ruin twelve to fifteen fifteencents lifteenCUts fteenolltS
cents The > president of the Berlin BerlinWomens BerlinYomen BerlitiWomens
Womens Yomen club Iuh is Fraulein Dr Tibur Tiburtius Tiburtitls TiburtIu
tius tIu who ho was a the first ft woman oman phy physician phytrlall pityshiant ¬
sician in Germany ennany and the first woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who practiced medicine there For Forthirty Forthirty Forthirty
thirty years she he has been in i lrofes lrofesslimel rofesOINIJ rofes rofessional
sional OINIJ life Jif She took her course tOtl e in inmedicine intn inmedicine
medicine tn Ufi11f > at Zurich and has msbfenso msbfensoful been so sosuccessful sosuccessful
successful ful in her practice as to make makeit
it possible poII6i lf for oUter women physicians physicianst
t in find their way xy professionally into intothe intotM intothe
the esteem of the people Tn the th > same sameyear santeyear n nrear
year that the Berlin club < was founded foundedfor foundedfor foundedtot
for working workin women ottttn one was organized organisedin
in Hanover which now no has four hun hundred hundrfd huntired ¬
tired and fortyfive members There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are clubs also in Weisbaden In BaBe Halleand BaUeand BaBeand
and Stettin Homes Hom have been hee estab established established establobed ¬
lished for working girls lrJs where a shel shelter she1tel shelter ¬
ter is given iyen them in the evenings to tokeep tokeel tokeep
keep them from rose the th streets sh ts they th are areexclusively arexlusively areexclusively
exclusively for the factory girls irJf When Whenthey Whenthey htn htnthey
they meet at night under their hospi hospitable hospithie i it
table t h roofs I they the sing n read and sew sewOne MewOne sewOne
One In Berlin is now ttO opened at noon noonat Iwonat neonat
at very fry cheap hea prices pri These Th homes 101llfS ex exist ox1st x 1 1ist
ist also al in Dresden Dr Leipsk I ir ic and Lin Linden Lind Lintdenthe ¬
den d denthe the tl last is only a little factory factorytown fattorytown factorytown
town townField townField townField
Field Being Broadened for Womans WomansAdvancement WomansAdvancement WomansAdvancement
Advancement AdvancementNearly AdvancementNf AdvancementNearly
Nearly Nf > rl forty foct years ago when ften the first firstLette ftrslLeUe firstLette
Lette Verein was formed the women womenof womenof wmwnC
of C Germany had only two occupations oc occupationsopen ulwtUOng j jopen I Io
open o n to them thetaseamstress seamstress n1ttress and gov govern governsaand W Wern ¬
ern ernsaand tse and their wages xges were ere very verysmall n verysmall I
small On one memorable occasion occasionthere occasionthere n I Ithere
there was a call for a governess 8V < in the thecourse thenurse i iNlUne
course of eight days there were wereanswers wereanswers pre prea
answers a from IK 1 Jl women The L vUe vUeenin Lotteerein tte tteVerein
Verein enin was the first ft t industrial school schoolestablished schoolbtiched schooleatablished
established btiched in Germany Since then thenthey th11tht thetathey
they tht > y have been placed in all parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the empire fashioned after this model modeland mod1and modelanJ
and founded by b womens unions Only Onlywithin Oflblthin Onlywithin
within lthin the last few fe years are sonic sonicestablished SOIne2Ilabti2Cbed I Iestablished
established and supported support 1 by the state statefinee statHflOC tatf tatfinE
finee inE the founding fQundin of these th industrial industrialschools industrialhoc Industrialschools
schools hoc wowvn wmn U have entered enter numerous numerousvocations numprousation8 numerousvocations
vocations < ation8 all are permitted to them themThere thfmTher themThere
There are < now no women photographers photographerstypewriters photographpr5typewritP photographersI
typewriters I and stenographers about aboution
34900 319 ion trained nurse etl and ira mat nraIy > < v libar libarians libaltITS libarlns
ians and nrJs nrjlllJ oii matrons matr ms < They are arealso arpaL areabe i
also aL filling i lJaCS lacs bestowed bP towfld by h the thestate thl8tales thestatesveh
state 8tales statesveh such h H IU4 telephone and telegraph telegraphoperators tf telegraphoperators > leraphopprtors
operators and an railway ticket agents agt > nts as asweil aswetl aswell
well an superintendents of prisons and andinsane Budinsane andtimane
insane apylumx and inspectors of fac factorfe fa fatorte fctories
tories torte The Tbeonly only state At where w n a woman womanis omanis
is inspector and not simply a super superintendent superintendent superIntendent ¬
intendent ig the Grand Duchy Due of
Baden but in many other states they theyact I
act as assiatauts asshtuu tsThe The best bJ position O tion as asa asI J
i I a teacher opened to women is in the thecupying thegyrnnasia i igJmnasla
gJmnasla for glrJS very ery few are oc oca
a cupying this th but there are areman3o many manyschools In InI ittthe I
I I the girls high schoolS and In private privatestthools
i schools hools there e are many lady principals principalsIn Princ IIMs IIMsIn
In the pUblic nublic high schools a man is isalways isalways isalways
always director under the state or ormunicipality
municipality and a woman te appointed appointedby
by the state as assistant to the di director director dlrector ¬
rector Many women have gone Into Intojournalism Intojournalism Intojournalism
journalism and others have become becomesculptors becomesculptors
sculptors and public speakers There ThereIs
Is a Womans Lecture bureau bt AU in Mann Mannheim Mannhelm Iann Iannheim ¬
heim Women omen are engaged engfis fJ in horti horticulture horuculture horticulture ¬
culture in bookkeeping as directors of oflaundries ofndries oflaundries
laundries ndries as confectioners confe < Uoners in pharma pharmacies pharnJacl5 pharnrades ¬
cies des and in clothing establishments establishmentsWhen tStabJishmentsThen estabjtslunentsWhen
When Then women have entered the profes professions professiomm ¬
sions of medicine denistry and phar pharmacy pharmary ¬
macy they have had to pass the same sameexaminations Sameexaminations ine ineexaminations
examinations as men n Business col colsuits colItges e l lleges
Itges have been established for the thetrainin thetraining
trainin training of women for Otnmereia1 pur pursuits pursuits
suits In many an schools girls irls are aretaught aretaught aretaught
taught book binding porcelain lt making makingand makintand makingand
and weaving agriculture bee culture culturebird culturebird culturebird
bird breeding and dairy d ir r work Ther Therare Thear Therare °
are ar women who are traveling agents agentsThe agen agenTh agentsThe
The Th founder of the womens movement movementin J
in Germany Gt > rn18J1Y was Fraulein Louisa Otto OttoPeters OttoPeters
Peters Pet t rs who was also the first woman womanlecturer womanhturer womanlecturer
lecturer in that country Her Heriirst first ad address addr address ¬
dress dr was delivered in 1S4S in the same sameyear samear sameyear
year ar she took an active part in the therevolution therevolution I Irolutioti
revolution Her famous declaration declarationwas Ieel ration rationas
was as that the women who workshould workshouldnot ork shoull shoullnot
not be forgotten Her real great Vffort Vffortxvas HIortwxs ffort ffortwas
was the organization or nizatlon of the German GermanWomens Germanoms GermanWontons
Womens oms union u ion In 1S 1 < 5 whoee purpose purposewas purposewas purposewas
was to open doors for women That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was the starting point olnt of the whole wholewomens wholewon wholeivornens
womens won ns movement in Germany The Theunion Theunion Theuniont
union still exists and has its head headquarters headfluartt headquarters ¬
quarters > rs in Leipsic Lf ipsi < Next to Fraulein FrauleinOttoPeters FrauleinOttoPeters FrauheinOttoPeters
OttoPeters the woman most loved lovedand loedand lovedand
and revered in Germany German is Helene HeleneLange He1enLange HeleneLange
Lange who was also a pioneer VKm er in the thecause thecause thecause
cause of womens advancement > t She Sheis SHeis SheIs
is distinctively the admiration of the theconservatives theCODst theconservatives
conservatives CODst > rvaUeos and in her establishment establishmentof estbJshmentof
of the gymnasia for girl She he has hasplaced blisplaeetl hasplaced
placed all German women andy a debt debtof debtof debtof
of gratitude gratitudeDr T TDr
Dr Alice Salomons Splendid SpfendicWor SpfendicWorAmong Work WorkAmong WorkAmong
Among the younger womendf wont4R wontes fsplel fspleldid solaa solaadid sp4ettdid
did brain power and brilliant rlllfaltlfJtureiir rlllfaltlfJtureiirFraulein future fimtureis fimtureisFrauhein is isFraulein
Fraulein Dr Alice Salomon who is ispresident Ispresident taTpresident
president of a union for social enter enterprises enterpristS enterprises ¬
prises in Berlin Its object is to ge geall geall et etall
all the girls and women of f the working workingclasses workingclasss workingclasss
classs to give part of their th > fr time to tosocial tosocial tosocial
social work They The are sent to the thekindergarten thekindergarten thekindergarten
kindergarten afternoon schools ltOOs char charity charit charity ¬
ity it organizations to schools < hools for the theblind theblind theblind
blind and to working workil1 girls clubs At Atthese AtI Atthose
these places the th number numr of helpers de desired tiesired ¬
sired is learned The union educates educatesthe educatesthe educatesthe
I the younger women by sending them themout themout themout
out with the older ones by b a course of oflectures oflectures oflectures
lectures on social questions and on onpolitical onpolitical onpolitical
political economy laws for the poor poorand poorRnd poorand
and social pedagogy The work is isdone isdone isdone
done by those who offer their services serviceswithout serviceswithout serviceswithout
without remuneration As many as
600 women have volunteered under Dr DrSalomon DrSaJomon DrSalomon
Salomon and gave certain days out of ofeach ofeach ofeach
each week They range in age from 16 16up 16up 16up
up At one meeting during the Wo Womens Womens Womens ¬
mens International congress held in inBerlin inBerlin
Berlin in 3904 there were over 4000 4000girls 4000girls 4000girls
girls present Among the agriculturists agriculturiststhe agr lturists lturiststhe
the women workers form relatively a avery aery avery
very ery large proportion While labor J bor de decreases decreaSES tiecreasts ¬
creases in this line among men that thatof thatof thatof
of women omen Increases The men leave leavetheir leavetheir eavc eavctheir
their places on the farms to enter in inindustries inindustries inindustries
industries in the towns and cities and andthese andthest andthese
these vacancies are filled by women womenA womenA
A great part too of the male popula population population population ¬
tion is absorbed by the army and their theirplaces theirplaces theirplaces
places have to be supplied by women womenGenerally womenGenerally vomenGeneraUy
Generally when an agricultural laborer laborerleaves laborer1eaves laborerleaves
leaves his home he enters a factory factoryThe factoryThe factoryThe
The lowest paid workers among the theindustrial theIndustrial theIndustrial
industrial class c1a s are the women par particularly partlcularJ particuharly ¬
ticularly tlcularJ in the textile establishments establishmentswhfch establishmentshich establishmentswhich
which hich furnishes the most favorable favorablefield faorablfield favorablefield
field for the sweating system The Thereason Thereason Thereason
reason why women are given smaller smallerwages smallerwages smallerwages
wages than men is due to their lack of ofeducation ofduC8tlon ofeducation
education They Tne constitute what hat hatcalltd is iscalled Iscalled
called the unschooled unS hooled class they do dothe doth dothe
the th unskilled d labor they have no class classfeeling classfeeling lass lassfeelinb
feeling If I a a man belongs blng to a certain certaintrade certin certintrade certainatrade
trade he has a class las pride pre but bt this is isunknown isunknwn isunknown
unknown unknwn to the woman There Tlre is a alarge alarge alarge
large tradesunion trad4union in the entire coun country countr counttry ¬
try tr of women clerks etrks of whom there are areman ar areman
man mn thousands thusnds in Germany Gernv most m of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them belong log to the middle midle class classShop c classShop s
Shop Girls Now Number Sixteen SixteenThousand SixteenThousand SixteenThousand
Thousand in Berlin BerlinIn Berln BerlnIn
In 1SSS 1s lS Frau Tauer auer organized oranied 3W 3Wshop 3 310shop
shop girls oils now no there ther are ItM 151N < in Ber Berlin Berln BerIto ¬
Ito ln In the whole h1e of Germany Ger n there are ar areIooo
129090 1 The object objt of the organization organizationwas orgniztion orgniztionas
was as to get t situations situatis for the girls girlsThere hirlsThert girlsThere
There Thert are three thre classes caSe of these the The Thefirst Thefrt Thefirst
first frt only belong Ig and may my ma receive reeiv only onlysituations onlysituations onlysituations
situations situations The second 8nd get in addi addition addition addition ¬
tion to the tl benefit bneft free rr medicine mMidnp free freemedical frlf freetnedkal
medical lnkal attention atenton free frt > e milk and other otherthings othrthing otherthings
things thing free frt while hll ill i The third thid re receive r rpin receivo ¬
ceive pin not no only Oh all I this th but free frf hos hospital hospial hoepital ¬
pital pial service rvke for f r three thT weeks au al1 ain1 < l a rer rertain certaint r rhein
taint amount of money Jty each Peh day during duringtim duringtimos urin urinttM
tim ttM timos s of sickness kkne A large lar commercial commercialschool onHIPreial onHIPreialhl onmaaaoreialschool
school hl has ha been ben established eabUsm for these thesirJs thoaCgirls I Igirls
girls irJs where heN typewriting typritn and anr teno sicnograpiny tenography tNIOrpy
graphy rpy are taught When V n they are 1 arn not notwell notwel notwell
well wel they are arE sent sft to different diftfrElt bath bathplaces hathpes ha lb lbplaces
places pes in Germany Gernuuy erauny and other othfr resorts resortsfor r0OrtR r0OrtRfor resortsfor
for recreation rereUo When they th grt into intodifficulties intodtmulUe intodulilcuities
difficulties dtmulUe hovyers1 11cWyer y Vn afte a employed employe to topiad i iplad IEad
plad Ead their cases c whom br they do o not nothave i ihave Ihave
have to pay > When Thn th the they y are out of a aposition apition aposition j
position pition Cutit situation they Ut get one mark marka j ja ia
a day d The Th trades tr organizations 018iztJns among amongwomen alon alonwOI amongwomen
women wOI are very small sJnU In in comparison to tothose tothOe tothose
those thOe existing among aIon1 the thf men m n Most Mostof Mostof Totof
of the tht wornn wor n consider on idfr their work ork as asonly asonly asonly
only a transitory tnlnsiofY condition condifI they twy r rT CX CXTat x xIt
T It > ect to tl marry marr or if if they t are mt j ri wedded weddedtheir H eddetltheir > ddNI ddNIth
their th ir wages agf > s are regarded as t simply simplyRemoved inrnlySuperfluous
Superfluous Hair HairI
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Xrar and depllatorler Tb Tbea e are i off offerd r < J ron roafactnrers ronOta
Ota r the BtRE R Ret et WORD et or U the oVeuters tr og sot a
factnrers I Dr > e > Hracl U not It j the only onlytu OailVtttbot
tu tttbot a txxl which hifl It indorsed br F Ubrsilan jI snrzeoas 1 lorreonaderaatcJoXiSts snrzeoasera ie
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< Booklet free b trlaln
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B L 0 0 D B easiest WHEN to YOU YOUKNOW YOUXNiW cure cureWHEN cureWHEN
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tailing fa1ng hair bone bonepain bont bonepain
pain catarrh tarh an and < < 5 dont know kn w It i la laBLOOD l IsBLOnD
BLOOD POISON Send to DR DR BROWN BROWN93s
935 Arch St Sf Philadelphia PhiJadtlphia Pa for forBROWNS forBROWNS
BROWNS BLOOD CURE CL RE 1200 0 OO per hot bottle boltt hottie ¬
tie tt lasts one ont month Sold in Salt SaJ Lake Lakeonly Lke Lkeonly Lakeonly
only by F C SC11RAMM SCI I First Firt South Southand Southa Southand
and Main al streets
a streU
V A man mn may be fat fast asleep but butslow butslaw butslow
slow when awake Any man mal is isslow isr isslow
slow who does not protect his best bestinterests bestiterests besta
a < r 1 interests iterests and insure his property propertyagainst proper propertys
s 1 against agaist loss by Fire FireA FireA Fire54J
54J A Policy Polcy with wth the good old Home HomeFire HomeFre Homea
a Fire Fre is the best protection wide wideawake wde wdeawke widepeople
awake awke people can have haveHome haveDome havep1r
p1r rz Home Fine fire Insurance Co CoOF CoOF Co5rz
OF OFUTAH OFUTAHothPhoncs UTAH UTAHBotfiPhones T H
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supplementary spplementr to those th of their hun husbands hunbands ¬
bands bn sT The labor question qUfUon is i one onewhich onewhih onewhich
which deeply interests Intere the r thlnkersand thlnkersandworkers thlnkerand thlnkerandorker thinkersatidworkers
workers orker in the th great womens womns move niavement movement
get Je Jement
ment in Germany GrmKn In the te beginning nntng of ofthe otthe oftime
the factory factoI system sytem the thE cheapest dleapt labor laborwas lbr lbrwas laborwas
was the end which the employer emploer hoped hopedto llpd llpdto
to attain attin For this reason reSJ women and andchildren an anchUdren andchildren
children were employed employe in large < anna numbers num numbers annahers ¬
bers Thsse Th se laborers laorer received reeive low lowwages lo lowages lowages
wages and had to t work wok many hours hoursThe fur hoursThe
The result reul was wa the physical ph ll and inorsl inorsldegfneration 1rl 1rldegtneraton loomtdegeneration
degeneration degtneraton of the whole wJI class clastne clastnetotl chasatne chasatnetoutL the thetotal
total totl destruction detrcti of the family famiy life utelale lifeMale j
Male labor was as almost ahnot entirely entrEY abel abolished abl ablihed abelIsIted ¬
ished ihed us s that of women omn and children childrenwas childrenwas hildrn hildrnwas
was so much cheaper chepr There Thr grew grewcertain g grewcertain w wcertain
certain social soil and political ltcl dangers dan ers out outof ot otof outof
of these thee conditions condion The attention atetin of orthe ofthe I Ithe
the state was first N drawn drwn to them the by b bthe
the fact that the industrial induttr population populationthat populationthat
ppultin ppultinthati
that thati is the te factory factor workeis orker were we to toa toa toa
a great < eat extent no longer Imger able abe to do domilitary dommtar domilitary
military mmtar r service That seemed emed to be a aterrible aterrible
terrible tt > rriblc menace to the th existence fXistel of the thestate UleUde thestate
state On this account the government governmentfound So govtrninetfound mmt > t tfound
found it i necessary neces8 to issue labor labr laws lawsin lws lwsin lawsin
in the interest of the te warkiiig k ng classes classesChild cls clsChid classesChildLabor
Child Chid ChildLabor Labor Not to Allowed Alowed Before the theThirteenth theThlrt theThirteenth
Thirteenth Thlrt Thirteenth enth Year YearChild Yeart YearChild
Child Chid labor is lsnow mm 0 not mLlLoWed > < i t allowed K lowe before beforethe bfore bforethe beforethe
the thirteenth thltt > enth year er and then thn only Oy six sixhours s idxhours
hours a day Children Chidren are compelled comlet to togo t tO tttgo
go O to school chol until untl they are 14 1 Although Althoughthey Althoughthey Althoughthey
they can < n work in the factories fsctrl at a 13 IL in inthat inthat Inthat
that last lat year er they can n attend ated school schoolsome schoolsome hot hotsome
some hours Child Chid labor Jabr is i us used u in dis distributing d tilstributitag ¬
tributing trbutlg papers and bread bead in the themornings themornings
mornings and there are many nNU upon the thestreets thestreets
up
streets strets selling e1nS flowers owe but they are arekept alo arekept
kept from heavier forms of o lau ll Isittir r The Thechildren Thechildren
children chilIrn from 14 1 tp t p 16 1 years ye of ag ag4 are arenot arenot arenot
not allowed alowed to werk Wr longer Jn er than ten tenhours t tuhours n nhours
hours a day dn in in the fartorlei fa toi < and wo women w wmen wmen ¬
men may la work no longer lon than eleven elevenhours eJevenhour elevemihours
hours hour and they are ae not J permitted prmited to tuwork toork towork
work ork on Sundays Suna on holy days da S nor norduring nordurin norduring
during durin the night nor Ir under the surface surfaceI
I of the th earth for instance insaJwe in mines A AI Awoman Awoman
I woman who is married marri must have he an anI anhour anhour
I hour and a half for dinner but if Ifun Ifunmarried un unI unmarred
I married marred she gets get only one hour at that thattime lKt lKttme thattime
time tme A woman v mllwb who has ha borne brn a adld adldis child cinikiis childis
is not allowedto alowe allowed t to work w r in a factory for forI fo fofro fofrom
I from fro from four rojr to six ix < T weks Weeks eeks afterwards afterwardsThese afterw afterwardsThese rds rdsThee
These Thee are ar the principal prnipul regulations r uJalons con concerning co concerning
cerning < the labor of o women an and < j chil children chi cliiiTdrefl
dren There are no restrictions retricins limit limiting lmi limitlag
lag ng the working woking hours of men mn except exceptunder exceptunderonditOtlS exceptuader
under underonditOtlS conditions that t are hurtful to tothem tvthem tjthem
them such as those which hkh prevail vai In Inchemical Inhemkal Inchemical
chemical works and similar simiar places pla Tlje TljeTyndesrat Tte Ttebyndesrtt
Tyndesrat yndfrdt has the th power pwer to limit Indt the thehours tfe tfehours thehours
hours of work for men nfn in all employ employments emploJnt employnants ¬
ments Jnt that are iinhealthful unhealhful There are arecertain areeerain arecertain
certain eerain other rules rl which concern the thesafety thesafety
safety fet of health healh and life lfe No girl rl wage wagesystem wagesstem wagesystem
system exists in 1n Germany Germn and no n re reliable relable reliable ¬
liable lable wage statistics stattt except for the thepurpose theJrpe theurre
purpose Jrpe of the labor insurance Dif Difj Different Different
j ferent localities loclti have different difrent wages wagesi wage wagesbut
i but they are generally general very low and andthose andthoe antithose
those thoe given given to women woen are always ala s small smaller sml ¬
er r than those received receive by men for do doing doing doing ¬
ing exactly Exactb the samekind Sme kind and amount amountof aount aountof
of work from twothirds to onehalf onehalfI onehalflower
I lower An effort efot is now being made mde in inthe inthe inthe
the womans movement to secure seure a a ten tenhour tenhour tenhour
hour limit lmit to the work of women woen also alsoa zIsa
a law allowing them to stay at home homelonger hOe hOelonger homelonger
longer than the period pri at present pr st given givenThe < iven ivenbfore ivenbefore
bfore before and afer after the tm time of dtldgirth dtldgirthThe chuidhtirth chuidhtirthThe
The philanthropic phianthrpi woman vloman in addition additionwant addion addionant additionwant
want ant to get protective proete laws for the thehome tle tlehomE thehome
home homE industries industriesa industriesas as those thoe in the he sweat sweating S8t S8ting aweuting ¬
ing system s stem There Tee are no statutes tatute con concerning cn cncerning concerning ¬
cerning the latter at all al The women womenemployed woen woenemployed womenenployed
employed work from morning mring until untiliiigUt untilulgjt
iiigUt nigt in crowded rowde rooms Jos ooens with wih many manychildren manyhilren manychildren
children hilren all al breathing an atmosphere atmospherewhich atmospherewhirh atmospherewhich
which is perfectly perfety foul Employers Employersprefer Employersprtfer Employersprefer
prefer prtfer that the women work in their theirown theirown theirown
own apartments apartment because bau that saves savesthem savesthem
them the necessity necessiy of providing proviing light lightand lght lghtand lIghtand
and heat The women wome get pitiful pitful wages wagesFor wagesFor wagesFor
For the th purpose of securing Surlng better bter laws lawsthe lawsthe lawsthe
the Intelligent Intelgent women hold great meet meetings me meetlngtt t tIn ¬
ings In to attract atrct attention ttenton to the sub subject 3ubjet subject ¬
ject jet resolutions resolutos are passed ps proposi propositions pro propositions i iUons ¬
tions for statutes are made and peti petitions pet petitions ¬
tions are sent through throbh representatives representativesto
to the houses hou s of parliament prient and the thequestion theq thequestion
question q eton is agitate agiatet through rpgh the press pressThe Ire IreThe pressThe
The Sweating SweatingSystem System in Germany GermanyLast GermanyL
Last L t year a a congress eongr was a held in Ber Berlin l3erun r rIf ¬
lin If to discuss diUS the tl ideaL i of securing s < urng a re reform tcform reform ¬
form form of the sweating sweting system It I was wasarranged wa wasarranged
arranged by b the th trades trade unions but all allsocial allsocial
arrang social sial reformers rtformen took tok part pt in it At Atthis Atthis Atthis
this congress there was an exposition expositionof expition expitionof
of the work done under the sweating sweatingsystem statng statngsyste sweatingsystem
system syste 01 Ott < > n each ea < h article > was written writtenhow writ wrattehow
how long it took tok to tl make it and what whatpay whntpay nhatpay
pay was received rffpind It I was wa found that thatin thatIn thatin
in some som < case asE the women womtn laborers labren get getonly gft gftonh getonly
only I1 P4 4 cents nts for an a hours work WOk They
are enabled enablEd to live lve by the help which whkhthe whichthey whichthey
they the receive Teehre from associations aciaton Most Mostof lIost lIostof Mostof
of these women have husbands husband who are arenot ar arenot
not able to support suppOr their families familiesso familiessotheir so sotheir
their wives h S are nr nr fOrced fOred into the straggle stragglefor sgle sglefo
for fo bread bred There Tere are hundreds hundes and andthousands an andthousands
thousands tousnds of women in this sweating sweating1system swetng swetngtem sweatingsystem
system tem As long as a woman is un unmarried unI Unmarried ¬
I married maied she has the tJe same sme property propertyrights poprjc propertyrights
rights r hts as a men before the civil civi law lw As Assoon A5son A AI
I soon son as she marries she has to trans transfer transCr traitsIcr ¬
fer the inttna lrag nhthageinent emcnt nt and a use use ef e he heproperty he her herproperty
property popery to her bel husband husban unless unes ft Ii isprevented is isprevented
prevented prevente in a marriage mrriage contract cotrac which whichmay whichma whichmay
may ma be bE done doe In England Ensnd and America Americathere Amer Americathere
there is a a separation 5ep tln of property prpert3o be between b between ¬
tween husband husbnd and tnd wife but in Ger Germany GfrmlU Gerninihy ¬
many mlU the womans wo ns power 1ower is limited limitedsimply Imie lImitedsimply
simply smplr to the ownership of her pos possessions p peeitessIoil ¬
sessions 1estns If I after marriage mariage the wife wifeacquires wifea wifeacquires
acquires a < ulre property prP J her husband can n lay layno layno layno
no claim to it except he ht can demand demandthat demandthat demandthat
that she contribute Contribute to the expenses eXplses of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the household if necessary ne5s The wife wifehas wifehas wifehas
has absolute absolutt authority < uthorl in the tht home homewhile homf homewhile
while the husband husband has the the same sme in
business busnfS affairs afair as long as hr 11 > doEs dorsnothing doEsnothing tinesnothing
nothing criminal criminal When en a husband husbanddies husbanddie husbanddies
dies die the wife gets a part of the prop property prp prpery property ¬
erty ery and aD has ha the right to manage mang It Itfor Itthe Itfqrtheir
for fqrtheir their the children hndrn but but 06 course ure these theseprovisions theseprviss theseprovisions
provisions prviss east c be changed change by the will willof willof
of o the tl husband hubd In case cse of divorce the thecustody theeuso thecustody
custody euso of the children chidren is given to the theinnocent thttnnont theinnocent
innocent tnnont party rt In public pUblc law > Women Womenhave woen woenhve vomenhave
have hve not the right rght of franchise frnchise in i the theempire thefprt theempire
empire fprt nor in the state but in some somemunicipalities sme smeJlipUtie someinnukipalkies
municipalities JlipUtie they have Ie to a limited limiteddegree Jmied Jmieddfee limiteddegree
degree dfee la rural communities communites they are areallowed areallowed
allowed aDow to vote ote in all municipal tnunic l af affairs affr affairs ¬
fairs fr However even there only l the thewomen thewon thewonton
women won who 10 own real l estate call ca vote voteWomen YoteVomen voteWomen
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who enter the civil service 5nice frequently
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poor but lovely lovey girls grls never have hle aft aftopportunity a aopporunl anopportunity
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less he hE has an Income Ino of hisown biown A AC ACcording 4 v vcording
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men With th the poverty pv < ty exl existing 5Un Utcfffe Utcfffeand erand thePhand
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The change of o Nature from fro Winter and Spring to Summer is no greater than the change changethat changtthat changethat
that takes tak place in In our o r physical systems at this season and few can undergo it without withoutsome withoutsome withoutsome
some manifestation of disorder Some have no particular ailment but are just worn out and andtired andtired andtired
tired with their energies so depleted that they are totally unfit for work or physical exertion exertionof
of any kind The appetite is variable they theyare theyare theyare =
are peevish hysterical and often unreason HER B SYSTEM BROKEN DOWN DOWNable DOWNable DOWNable
able the digestion IS ks s imperfect the Stomach Gentlemen For over four years I suffered from genera generalT generadebility
> T rfntiiliftr debility nan causing in r a thnrnnch thorough hrflnMnry breaking down of oftny mv my SVStem SVStemin system systemerange
d deranged erange d an and d a altogether 1 toge h er t they h ey are mere drags so that I was unable to attend to my household duties dutiesin 1 1in
in their every day life To Others the theretum return bad hadtriedothermedicineswhioh tried other medicines which did didnotrelleveme not relieve me Seve Sevef Sevei Seveiof jve
oonsmwho cousin who had been benefited by S S S SWarm 5o Sor
o of f S Summer ummer means t the 1 h e return 0 of f r d disease f Isease for f r or years told me ago about my it I triod tried It it and it has cured me I have havswarm havewarm
Warm weather is Sure tO force OUt the hidden al always ays been aW able to > attend to my duties ever since in fact factj factam act actI
am able to work in the garden as well as in my house I Ipoisons IpOISonS Ipoisons
I poisons and n d j Seeds see d s OI 0 of f disease d j Isease Which W h lC h t have nave ac heartily recommend 8 S 8 to all who may feel the nee4 needand nee4cumulated nee4cumulated
cumulated in the blood during the Winter of a thoroughly good blood tonic Yours truly trulyd truly44W
41 44W W 9th St Columbia Tenn MRS J 1 A BRITTAIN BRTTTAINHIS BRITTAINand I Ian
and an d some old 0 ld chronics c h rOnlo trouble t rou bI e makes ma k es its I ts ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance Boils Eczema Tetter Acne Acnescaly ms SKIN MADE CLEAR CLEARThe CLEARscaly CLEARscaly
scaly eruptions rashes pimples etc break The doctors said I had pustular Eczema it would breeJe breeJeout bT bTout broa broaout
out also at this time and the heated season out in small white pustules pust 1e5 mostly on my face and hands handsis hIJds hIJdsdisoharging handsdischarging
discharging a sticky fluid crusts would form and drop oft oft1S o
is 1S made worse by the burning and itching itchingof leaving the skin red and Inflamed I was tormented wit witkthe witof withof
of these skin tortures torturesDuring the ° itching and andbnrning burning characteristic chaaoteristio of the disease for forfive folfive fo fofive
five years and during the time used various medicated medicatedsoaps mediootedDunng medloatedDuring
During the winter months we live a soaps ointments and washes wa hes but these applications applioatiolUshutin applicationsshutin applicationsseemed
seemed to make me worse After taking t ing S S S a short shortthe shontime shorttime
shutin life much
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the impure Impure air air of closed rooms and heated much I continued the medicine and soon all the ugly uglyofficer uglyoffices uglyoffices
eruptions disappeared and my skin is now as clear ac allanybodys asanybodys
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omces we inauige indulge our appetites appetites to TX the me
anybodys I have not been troubled since sincefullest smoefullest sincefullest
fullest eating more of the heavier richer Urbana Ohio E E KELLY KELLYfoods KELLYfoods KELLYfoods
foods and take a great deal less exercise exerciseAs exerciseAs exerciseAs
As a result the blood grows thick and sluggish the Liver Kidneys Bowels and othef othefavenues othefavenues othe2avenues
avenues of bodily waste become inactive and dull failing to carry out the poisons which whichform whichform whichform
form in the system and these are absorbed by the blood Then when warm weather comes comest comesthe comesthe
t the blood is stirred to quicker action and begins to throw off these poisons and they find findlodgment findlodgment findlodgment
lodgment in the system and produce disorders of various kinds kindsThe kindsThe kindsThe
The time to prepare for Summer is before any warning symptoms are felt or r the seeds seedsof seeilitof seedsof
of disease have time to get too deeply rooted in the blood The blood should be cleansed and andevery andevery andevery
every part of the system put in good working order so we can start the trying summer summerseason summerseason summezseason
season fully prepared to withstand the disorders and diseases it brings bringsS
S S S the recognized king of blood purifiers is the remedy with which to prepare the thosystem thesystem timsystem
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and searches out all poisons that have accumulated during the Winter as well as those that thatmay thatmay thatmay
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