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EVENraG LEDGER PHTEADEIiPHrA FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915;
COMMON SENSE COURTSHIPSWISDOM
OE THE PROSAIC AL LOVE AFFAIR
Variotts Sentimental Manifestations of the Grand Passion Often
More or Less Ludicrous to the Uninitiated.
By ELLEN ADAIR
WlllTS.! one scan the columns of the
extraordinary attitudes which mnny sup
posed lovers tnke toward each other, and
the peculiar manifestations of regard
which bo uhder tho title of courtship, one
sighs for the dear lost days of common
sense, nnd becomes firmly convinced of
lh wisdom of the merely prosaic.
IJI"i'5 " wr goldfish In a bowl,
Thftt I ftllcht nut mv irmn nhnnt vmir t.
sighs one sentimental lady In print to
her problematic lover. And If the Utter
Is a man of common sense ho wilt cer
tainly resent such fishy or at least
"You are my almond blossom In a
world of gray" simpers yet another
damsel over the telephone to her lover.
Just at the most awk
ward time In his of
flco routine. It ho
wero a man of com
mon sense, by tho
way, ho would break
free of cntanglcnwnt
with tho porpetrator
of any such senti
ment, and for two roa-
. sons. Firstly, because
it lsnt any compli
ment to an able
bodied man to be
likened to a llttlo twig
of an almond blossom, which hasn't any
back bono to speak of nnd Is a useless
llttlo thing anyhow. And secondly, be
cause tho coy damsel cot lilm Into serious
trouble with his employer through these
untimely billings nnd coolngs over tho
Just becauso two persons happen to be
In love with, each other Is no reason why
they should kick over all traces of com
mon, sense and become as llttlo Children
once morel In fact, no children that I
have met ever acted an did tin elderly)
Romeo and Juliet of my acquaintance
who fondly hailed each other by tho
sobriquet of "Tweotums" and "Tweotle."
They didn't mind who overheard tho baby
talk In which the greater part of their
love-making was conducted, but rap
turously twittered on In nn Infantile par
lance alt their own. Ono really felt em
barrassed by them. Judging from ap
pearance, one would certainly havo
gathered that they had reached years of
discretion. Dut nothing of the sort! Years
of discretion rotted Joyously off their
elderly shoulders, to return no more.
And this Is how courtship affects some
In the spring of last year I spent a
few" days In Portsmouth, In tho south of
England. It Is a great naval place, and
several of the officers
there were "newly
weds." According to
Drltlsh naval custom,
they were allowed to
go ashore In the
afternoons, nnd re
turned to their re
spective cruisers or
battleships for dinner;
about 7 o clock In thei
evening. If & dance
wero being given,
ladles were Invited
on board. But tho
days of weeping and lamentation nmong
tho brides wero those on which tho great
cruisers silently swept off for a few days'
target practice at sea. Tho officers' llttlo
brides would sit on tho low sea-wall
that runs along tho parade, straining
their eyes nnd waving their moist llttlo
handkerchiefs after tho departing ships.
A two days' separation was anathema to
them! They would sit and sob, although
they know thnt their dear departeds would
be back In something under 4S hours.
Ono wonders how these llttlo brides are
bearing up under tho real nnd very ter
rible separations of today. Probably they
havo uo time for tears, for they are all
working busily and helping hard.
The wisdom of tho proialo In court
ship docs not sound particularly attrac
tive, but It Is best, after all. For com
mon sense Is a valuable asset, and the
girl who possesses and, above all, exer
cises It will keep the affection and the
respect of her lover far more permanent
ly than will her ultra-sentimental sister.
WHERE WORKING MOTHERS MAY LEAVE THEIR BABIES
WOMAN LAWYER WINS HER WAY
TO HIGH RANK AT THE BAR
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Scenes in the dny nursery sup
ported by tho Sisters of St. Jos
eph, at 4719 Lancaster avenue.
DAY NURSERY GIVES
JOY TO BABIES OF
Miss A. Florence Ycrger Talks of Career in Which Efficiency and
Intelligent Work Have Gained Her Distinction and
Profit in Learned Profession.
A "WOMAN lawyer, who has more cases
than sho can handle and whoso dally
business In untangling tho legal quirks of
an enviable clientele makes It necessary
for her to maintain three offices In vari
ous sections of the city, cannot under
stand why so mnny young women In
choosing their vocations continue to rush
Into unrcmunerativc, uninteresting Holds
that are already overcrowded when the
law offers such a broad opportunity.
The name of this successful Philadelphia
Portia is Miss A. Florence Ycrger. Dur
ing the eight years that sho has been en
gaged in her profession In this city she
has acquired a practice that mnny a
struggling male barrister would thank his
tars to have. And this In face of the
certain opposition which a woman Is
bound to meet when sho elects to de
part from tho track which women have
But Miss Yerger's principle has been to
beat her own track and no phase of law
has been technical or abstruso enough to
frighten her away.
For this reason the record of her cases
includes all kinds, admiralty, corporation,
criminal, equity and what not. Sho has
fought railroads nnd bnnking houses, has
defended cases In the llttlo magistrates'
eourts as well as In the Supreme Court.
has had her sharo of victories coupled
with her quota of defeats.
It's all in tho day's work of a, woman
lawyer as well as a man and the secret
of tho success of a business woman, as
If Is conceived by Miss Yerger, Is effici
ency, first, last and at all times an ef
ficiency which defies men to say to a
woman: "You won your caso because you
are a woman and not because you are a
good lawyer." ,
MENTALITY HAS NO GENDEIU
"For a long time," she said the other
day. talking of her work, "the world In
general was prone to regard the profes
sion of law a purely man's province and
the legal mind one which could never by
any chance be associated with the femi
nine gray matter.
"This s all a mistake. In my opinion.
Mentality is neither feminine nor mascu
. line, and given tho same training as a man
a woman often proves herself not only
his equal but In some cases his superior
"I du believe, however, that men have
a slight advantage over us physically,
for I know that, although I am a healthy
woman, when I have been grinding over
a big case, for months perhaps, I feel
pretty much done up over It more so
than a map, I suppose. But perhaps
they set worn out, too, and don't tell
Despite her belief that It Is a distinct
error for women to depend on their femi
ninity In achieving-success In the business
world, Miss Yerger Is a decidedly wom
anly woman with a feminine hobby that
one would expect least of all of a lawyer.
It Is hats.
FIRST VICTORY IN DAINTY HAT.
"I'll never forget the first case I ever
tried and the flowered hat I appeared In
tiourl In. It was an admiralty case. I re
member. I had planned to go to a dlnner-
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Miss A. Florcnco Yerger.
party late in tho afternoon and as I had
Just hung out my shingle I wasn't ex
actly looking for a case. But two men
whom I knew, lawyers, called upon me
unexpectedly and asked mo to handle this
case for them, and so In my white frock
nnd my fancy flowered hat I appeared In
court to show why an injunction should
be granted to restrain a. ship from sailing
uctuutio oume or ino woritmcn nadn t bean
"I suppose It was disrespectful to the
Judge not to remove my hat, but It was
such a pretty one and I was so unused to
court customs that I kept it on."
"Whether It was tho hat or whether It
was her persuasive ability Miss Yerger
is too modest to decide, but the fact m.
mains that success greeted this first effort
of hers. And from that time on. though
she has been metamorphosed from tho
timid, shrinking girl lawyer pleading her
first case Into a well-poised, confident
woman, unafraid to stand up with the
brightest lights of the profession, she still
retalna her love of pretty chapeaux.
GRADUATE OP THE U. OP P.
Miss Yerger took her law degree from
the University In 1007, For four years be
fore she matriculated she worked In a
lawyer's office to mako tho money to pay
for her course, and throughout the en
tire .time she was studying was forced to
retain her position in order to support
"Eleven girls started In the class with
me, she said, "and only three remained
to graduate. This was a great pity, be
cause u a woman is willing to apply her
self there Is no profession from whu
she will gain more, both In Joy In her
wont ana jn actual remuneration, than
In law, Regardless, too, of what a man
.. u nrutuaita UUB1UCS3 IS, 1 ininK A
Knowledge or tne law should be part cf
the equipment for every business career,
It la Yltal and It Is Interesting."
Institution of Sisters of St.
Joseph an Ideal Retreat
for Little Ones Cleanli
ness and Care for Help
less But Happy Children.
Maybe If you wero a pesslmlstlo kid It
would seem a mighty hard thing to bo
taken away from your homo every morn
ing to a day nursery while your mother
went out to work. Maybe you'd kick
and protest and say you didn't lllto It a
bit, but If you were being convoyed to
the Lancaster Avcnuo Day Nursery, at
4719 Lancaster avenue. It would only be
becauscs you had never been thero before.
Passersby in this vicinity testify to tho
fact that tho hqucals of Joy and laughter
which come from this day nursery could
only cmanato Irom youngsters whose
hearts were brimming over with happi
ness, and one visit only would bo needed
to demonstrate tho splendid niche which
this Institution Is filling In that neighbor
hood. A talk with tho mothers of tho
kiddles who are fortunato enough to be
taken there would but emphasize the
IDEAL DAY NURSEnY.
Tho Lancaster Avenuo Day Nursery,
supported largely through tho efforts of
tho Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church
and by voluntary contributions, Is In
charge of the good Sisters of St. Joseph.
lEvery day grateful mothers who would
otherwise havo to leave tholr babies in
charge of tho older children of tho family
or with neighbors, Illy paid for tho Job,
bring their children, ranging In ages from
0 weeks to 8 years, to tho nursery. Thosa
who ran nfford to do so pay G cents n day
for their keep; those who can't, don't, nnd
tho person who could notice any dlrferonco
In tho way tho "pnld-for" kiddles are
treated from thoso who come freo doesn't
exist; becauso thero Is no difference.
Tho first thing thnt strikes the cyo of
tho visitor Is tho nbsoluto cleanliness of
tho place. Tho Bisters of St. Joseph, who
enro for tho children, have been In
structed by n trained nurse, and there
for not only tho moral, but tho physical
wcll-beltig of the youngsters Is looked
Tho children nsscmblo on clear days In
tho yard, cool nnd comfortnblo In tho
play clothing of tho nursery. All of
them Hccm supremely happy, from tho
thrcc-months-old "Lady Mary," whoso
volco slightly raised claimed attention as
promptly as n traffic cop's whlstlo, to tho
7-ycar-old "llttlo mother," who brings
her baby brother nnd then stays to help
nmuso tho other children. Thoy aro all
stzos, soma fat, eomo thin, somo moro
Intelligent than others, but none aro dis
contented. WHEN DINNER BELL RINGS.
At It o'clock tho dinner bell rings, nnd
Into tho dining room they pile. The tables
nnd benches nro graduated according to
bIzc. Each child knows Its place and It
doesn't tako long for each ono to "fnll
to" on tho appetizing soup served to them.
After dinner tho washing process is In
order. Lined up nt tho llttlo stationary
basins, they wash and scrub until all Blgn
of dUBt and stickiness disappear. Then
they aro put to bed. Two rooms there nro,
filled with little white iron cribs, and each
baby knows Its own.
At 3 o'clock restless heads begin to bob
up and tho eager llttlo feet aro Impatient
to got down to tho lunch of bread and
milk that Is served In tho dining room.
Out to tho playground after that until
homegolng time. At S o'clock, after an
other trip to tho washroom, and a change
from the play clothes to their street
clothes, the children aro ready to be
taken homo until the next day.
RAINY DAY PLEASURES.
On rainy days there nro tho Indoor play
rooms, whero the kiddles aro amused with
games and stories and tho more ambitious
learn to spell and count
During tho school months tho attend
ance nt tho nursery Is greater than In
tho summer time, when many of tho
school children nro nt homo to look after
tho babies. A helpful phase of tho work
Is tho luncheon that may be had nt tho
nursery by tho school children whoso
mothers are working. In tho afternoons
after school these same children come to
tho nursery to play with tho babies or to
prepare their lessons for tho next day
until It It tlmo to tako .tho little ones
Uvea that would perhaps otherwise be too
home. These aro bright hours In llttlo
dark and sad for existence.
A prize of $1 will bo nwarded
dally for tho best practical sug
gestion. No suggestions will bo
A prlte of ft linn been awarded to Mrs.
Ciinnbrrjr, 1007 Nnrtn 10th street, I'liiia-
lor tne following nusseiiioni
I havo made n
very handy llttlo
stand to hold tho
garden hoso whllo
sprinkling tho lawn,
so that I do not
have to hold It. Get
a piece of lumber
nbout 8 Inches long
and 3 Inches wide,
Hi or 2 inches thick.
Sharpen ono end so that It may bo driven
Into the ground. Put two pcrew eyes
on tho ton brass ones If you hava them
about two Inches apart. Now drive
your post into tho ground. You can put
tho nozzle of your hose botwoen tho
Bcrew eyes nnd turn them in nny direc
tion you ciioosc. It is a very handy con
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SHALL SEX BE A FACTOR
IN ELECTION OP TEACHER?
Woman's Candidacy for High School
Is a woman, splendidly prepared both
by training and experience, as capable of
filling nn Important executive position as
a man? Willi three candidates In the
field for a Job, two men and ft woman,
should tho question of sex be allowed to
exert any Influenco In tho choice?
Theso nre questions which will como up
before tho Board of Education on July
13, when tho members meet to elect a
principal for tho new Southern High
School for Girls.
The three names which havo been men
tioned are! Dr. LucyLangdon W. Wilson,
head of the department of blologr 'n. tho
Normal School and principal of the Wil
liam Penn Evening High School for
Girls, which she founded 10 years ago;
Prof. William F. Gray, In charge of the
manual trnlnlm? department of tho Cen
tral High School and principal of the
Central Evening High School, nnd Prof.
William F, Mearns, a teacher In the
Sohool of Pedagogy and nn, authoritative
Many people who bcllevo Doctor Wilson
to bo tho best equipped for tho berth fear
that tho board will reject her solely on
account of her sex. Of tho three candi
dates named, sho Is tho only ono holding
the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. It
is said that Simon Grata favorn her elec
tion, while Avery D. Harrington, It is
thought, will nomlnato Doctor Gray, and
John 'Burt will namo Professor Btearns.
SUFFRAGE BELL HAS
COVERED 400 MILE?
Party Enthusiastic at Recen,
tion Atet With in Western!
PARK BAND "WILL PLAY
Concerts Scheduled nt Straw
NAVY BLUE A PRACTICAL CHOICE
FOR THE WOMAN WHO TRAVELS
Frisky Scorns a House of Wood
NOW It Just happened that the two little
girls and the one little boy who lived
near the garden where Mr. and Mrs.
Prtoicy Cottontail had come to live knew
nothing1 about the home Frisky and his
little mate had mads In the golden glow
tlewer bed. No, they didn't even guess
about it. But they knew about Frisky
ob. dear, me, yes I For, you see, they
" often spied him running' about In search
or looo. Ttiey were kind and thoughtful
children, though, and when they noticed
haw timid and easily frightened Frisky
Bmtnad to be, they made no effort to get
idas to him; they lust wataiisd at a safe
Tistt was the way It hacoened that thev
fcjiw about Frisky, and he knew nothing
' about them. Weren't they kind little
But after Frisky had lived In tho gar
dn lor several days, the children felt
tout it was time far him to be gsttlog
acquainted. "liv you where he livesT" askd
Jy"d of ids UtUa sister, when be saw he?
aWnf thMjfbtfulJy by the fence wateh.
' is WMH Frisky usually ran for his sup-
Yes." whlsuered Mary Jane. "I uv
- Jiloi jut minute ago. lie was out here,
and hm took some of tfee fettue leaves
and a whole pieca of carrot I bad laid on
tbo g ardea wajlc for him "
"Bui wbera de he llvet" uuatid
P'JWed, tlptoaiof softly up w Id aJUr.
( ftsnt tu whm his lioow to." Ned
Jiui iKJ duwn an to the ground betd bte
tiDirr k.wl tuncther tbey wUd. In about
tu aiiuutaa frisky tuk We pink noma
n.t ui ibe jfutdeii uU)W bad, ajtd liny u
... .. ..j i'.A'.ii as day. 2
There a where he lives," exclaimed
Ned, excitedly, "there In the flower bedl
But that's no place for a rabbit to live."
ha added. (He thought he knew more
about rabbits than Frisky did, didn't he I)
I mean to build him a house that Is
worth living- In. And I'll begin right
now." So up he Jumped and started off to
work, without noticing that his exclama
tion and his Jump frightened poor, sensi
tive little Frisky so that he was suspl.
b.wua u, icu ever aner.
Every day Ned worked on the rabbit
house. It was made of the nicest, whitest
But it Is one thing to make a rabbit
house and quite another thing- to make
he rabbit himself ltva In ih n.i i..ii
Irtg-as Ned soon found. Ho put tempting
bits of lettuse close by the open front
doorj be put carrots and tit-blta of
grassea Just Inside the netting. And
Frisky found them aU-oh, yesl But ao
quick and elever was he that not once
did he go clear Inside the new bousa,
3'" a lueer th'nff" ald Frisky to his
Uttta mate, after a special effort to get
some goodiM Ned bad placed Just inside
the cage doar. "but somehow It stems
that the nlaest food we ever bad or ever
heard of is always Just olose by that
q.ueer new box over there."
"Well, don't take any chances " Mrs.
Frisky eautioosd Wm. "Wo had better
do without some food than to have any.
thing happen to you."
"Never fear, little mat." ri,.j.
Friaky; "I am sharp eoosxa to gat the
food without taklag ehancea"
Aud indeed be was, for ha navar want
bMid tho bousa Nd bad made.
to be the ideal summer
material, and dark frocks
of this most serviceable
material are Btlll In
vogue. There are few
women who have not had
at least ono navy blue
taffetas frock this sea
son. It wears well, does
not ahow dust while trav
eling nnd Is cool and
fashionable. Navy Is this
season's best color, and;
almost without exception
It is- becoming to any
typo of woman. With
these perfectly reason
able and legitimate points
to recommend it, navy
taffetas has come to
stay, promising to be
fashionable for street and
afternoon wear until late
In the falL
Striped silks, either
foulard, poplin or taffe
tas, are frequently com
bined with plain silk, to
match the predominating
shado in the stripes.
Pointed tunics look well
when managed In this
fashion, as well as bolero
Jackets with striped
vests', collar and cuffs.
A great many women
cling to the fashion of
the white net or organ
die vestee. They are
Just as chic, If not more
ao. than the silk ones,
and much mora prac
tical. Hand embroidery,
Venlse lace, Insertions of
sheer batiste In pale
pinks and blues are also
used as trimming on
these vests, giving an
appearance of elegance
which Is rather necessary
on a, plain gown.
The little street dress
shown today Is made on
very simple lines. The
material used la navy
taffetas, with a military
note on uie braided gir
dle. The blouse is a
plain one. with long
sleevea, set in at the
thoulder and caught
closely to the wrist by
neat organdie cuffs. The
vest is made of the same
material and is detach
able, btlns secured by
The skirt Is bouffant,
with a new effeet shown
In the gored sums. Tiny
Ussefar are used around
the bottom of the skirt.
Tfce lines of the girdle
are pretty, wltu tbe wide
tab at tbe frost, t-J
oX with old sold braldlaa
cwWMHw-iww jut,, J 4daas wvy ttigA TAFFETAS yitOGK FOR AWJSSNOON WEAR
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No Jobs for Girls at Fair
A survey of unemployment among
women in San Francisco has Just been
completed by the California branch of tho
Association of Colleglnto Alumnae. As
a consequence warnings nre being sent
throughout the country to women and
girls bound for tho Panama-Pnclflo Ex
position without money, friends or a
dcflnlto position. To show that this
warning Is needed tho American Social
Hygiene Association calls nttentlon to thn
city's mornl conditions, which give cause
According to tho collegiate alumnae
tho factories, department stores and
offices havo an oversupply of labor as
well as tho exposition. At the employ
ment bureau of tho exposition thero were
on file at tho time of the opening of the
great fair moro than 100,000 applications
for positions, about a tenth of which
were from women. Tho number of posi
tions filled by women Is not moro than
Nowadays, In tho business world, all tho
new Inventions seem to have one end In
view, tho saving of time.
We housekoepern In our no less Impor
tant Held, must keep paco with the men
nnd be on tho watch for new ways' and
new means to savo not only our time,
but our strength, our energies.
I shall be glad to sharo with you one
secret I havo learned nnd that Is to mako
several desserts at a tlmo. Tou will be
surprised to And how much llttlo extra
trouble It Is, when sugar, flour, vanilla,
butter nnd eggs are spread on tho table
beforo you nnd tho dessert for the day's
dinner finished, to mako as well several
cup custards and a pie or some Jelly.
The refrigerator Is stocked In this way
for two or three days and tho trouble of
producing morning after morning the nlno
or ten Ingredients necessary for the
simplest pudding avoided.
The programs for concerts this after
noon and tonight by tho Fnlrmount Fork
Band at Strawberry Mansion are as fol
lows: AFTERNOON, 4 TO 0 O'CLOCK.
Ovftlirrt. t!Vi rHnvntrt ... .Atlh-,.
!ltemlnlcene of the most ropulsr "Works
Ul "A Vision of Salome' Joyce
lb) MelodlM from "The Civil War". .Calvin
Airs from "The Qrand Mogul" Luders
Vain 6 Concert. "Artltt'a 1,1(9" Btrauas
() "A Wild Rosebud" Tobsnl
(b) 'The Wurblers" Serenade" Perry
Suite, "Americana" Thurban
iiedley, "I'm On My Way to JIandalay,"
EVENING, 8 TO 10 O'CLOCK.
Overture, "Tonnhauser" Wasner
Grand scenes from "I PaRllnccl".. Leoncavallo
Valae do Concert, "Jolly Fellows" VolitsJ
"Wtlah nhapsody" German
Ufscrlptlvo lantaste, "A Hunting Scent,"
-Cylophono solo, "Jolly Robbers" Suppa
boioisi. i'eier iwin.
(a) "Humoreske" Dvorak
It) Tarantelle, "Peeheur ct Napolltalne,"
. . Rubinstein
Melodies from "The Chocolate Soldier,"
SHATtON, Pa., July 2. The Womea'S
sunrago jineriy Deu nas now covered
moro than 400 miles nnd has been cheeref
by moro than 75,KO people In Its trip
through western Pennsylvania. The party'
leaves todny for New Castle.
Tho first accident of the tour occurred!
near dreenvlllo yesterday, when one otl
the tension rods of the truck broke, niji
cessltAtltlg repairs at tho garage. Tvrl
fiercer meeting uuu iu do cauceiea,
Tho hell was the principal attraction "j
n Chautauqua pnraao nero last night
Tho members wero driven In automi
biles over the principal streets headed if
n band. The open-air meeting was sffi
tenaca oy ira peopic, a mrse part i
whom were women. Tho addreeses we:
delivered by Miss Mnry Stewart, of Mm
tana, nnd Miss Louise Hall, of Harris
ourg. Their spcccncs wero received
enthusiasm. Mrs. J. A. McL-aughry.
of one of tho candidates for the Jadgi
siup nominnuon in fiercer county,
In chnrge of tho meeting.
Mercer County members of tho Women'
uunrage parcy gave me party enmuilsi
tlo receptions at Qrcenvlllo and Bhnrm
Traveling through a. rich farming com
xnunity tne oen attracted many farmtrf
and their wives to tho publlo roads w
see It A
, Tho members of tho party nro enthutti
oatlo over tho trip, nnd feel confident that
ii win resuii in mucn goou.
To Remove Grass Stainsl
Get somo lump fuller's earth from thn
druggist, wet it. nnd nlnco on the !.!
Let It remain thero for a couplo of liourrt
and then rub lightly. If tho first nppli.'f
cation uoes not remove xno Btain, apply a
second time, brushing off when perfectly
CONCERT ON CITY ILALL PLAZA
Philadelphia Band to Giro Musical
Tho program for tho concert tonight by
tho Philadelphia Band on City Hall Plaza
Is as follows:
Overture, "Fra Dlavolo" Auber
(a) Mazurka, "Tho Dragon Fly" Strauss
(b) March "Mllitalre" Schubert
Euphonium Solo, Prologue from "I'agllaccl."
Charles A. Nnrato, soloist.
"Tha Henedlctlon of the Polgnards" (The
Fantasie. from "Die Gottcrdammerung
Melodies from "Marcelle" Ludera
Valso dt concert, "Weaner Mad'ln"...ZIhrer
Qrand March, "Pomp and Clrcumstanco".E!gar
Work Thou for Pleasure
Work thou for pleasure; paint or sing
The thing thou lovest, though the body
Who works for glory misses oft the goal:
Who works for money coins his very
Work for work's sake then, nnd It well
That Iheso things will be added unto
thee. Kenyon Cox.
Suffrage Events Today '
EQUAL, FRANCHISE SOCIETY.
Noon Open-air meeting on tho poatolTIca
plaia. Otli and Chestnut streets- Speaker, Mlis
liertha Sapovits. '
p. m. Open-air meeting at COth and San-c'J!n-Jte,"
Speaker. Miss, liertha Sapovlta.
8:30 n. m. Open-olr meeting at Front and
Dauphin atreeu. Speaker, Miss Anna Me-
WOMAN SUFFRAaB PARTY.
Sj pv m"T Open.alr meeting at Cermantown
WoodXfkVV'nUM' M"' Wl".lara A"
sau p. m. Suffrage meetlnr at 330 Dauphin
'."V,' fpake".'. Miss Sarah Fisher, Dr. E.
CATHOLIC WOMEN'S 8UFFRAOB LEAGUE.
10 H',J??'"-T.L,aU9 opens headquarters at
room 401. North American Bulldlnr. Ths
L".i5u,i.h,J'W but """11? formed End hss
heW Its meetings and other activities at
various halls near the centre of the city until
immanent headquarters should hava been 21.
tatr.ed. Mu Dllle aiming, will be the super-
visor at tha omrKn In ih. M,.t. T-".rJ
Building. ' " ""
8!l5 p. m. Suffrage meeting at the T. M. C.
hu ?p,e""f'' ,??" William Ward and Mba
Ethel Lea Rankin, of Colorado.
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