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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 29. 1903.
WHAT THE WOMKS ARE DOING
Educational Committee Will Aik
Endorsement of Dans Bill.
PBOVISIOSS OF THE. MEASURE
Intra I Tfmpf frt l.egloa Deasonstra
t!nn Will tie Feat a re of W. C.
T. t". Convention Wemt
i 'in . art lint matter to ho presented by
the rdjritlor.sl committee at Monday aft
ernoon's meeting of the Womin'i club will
be a consideration of the Davis bill which
comes before congress at the coming see
Ion. The committee wllPask the club to
endorse the bill and to recommend It to the
local representatives In congress for favor
able consideration. The Davis bjll, house
roll 8304, Sixtieth congress, provides an ap
propriation for agricultural and Industrial
education In secondary schools; and for
branch agricultural experimental stations
In the several states and territories; and
for Industrial training In normal schools.
More specifically the bill provides:
1. Appropriation to begin July 1. 1911.
J. Instruction to be given In arl-ulture
and home economics In agricultural high
schools of secondary grade.
5. Instruction to be given In meehan e
arts and home economics in city schools
of secondary grade.
4. Instruction In agriculture, mechanic
arts and home economics 1n state and ter
ritorial normal schools.
6. The federal appropriations are to be
used for distinctive studies In agriculture,
mechanlo arts and home economics In each
type. of school and only for these distinctive
studies. m . . ,
B. The secretary of agriculture Is in
structed to estimate to congress the allot
ment to be made to each state and terri
tory and to designate to the secretary of
th treasury the sum appropriated.
7. The sum for each state and territory
to he derived In this way: ta) Each lncor-
Save Corn Show Expenses
On Your Drug Bill.
ou should write for our Drug cata
logue and look It over. You can e.ve
enough on a fair sized drug bill to pay
your Railroad Fare to Omaha from al
most any Tratis-MlaslBsippl point. Free
delivery to any part of the' three cltloa
and a fat allowance on 110.00 cash
orders to any point betwen Mississippi
Klver and the Rockies.
26c 4711 Soap, for IBc
BOc Violet Water, for. 23c
$1.00 Pcruna Tonic, for 8lc
fl.00 Plnkham's Compound, for. . .89o
1-lb. Mule Teni Borax, for .0i
BOc Soclete Hyglenlque Soap, for 29c
$1.00 Pierce's Golden Med. Dls. ..89c
$1.00 Vaucalre Tablets, for 80c
Ivory Soap, cake v.' 4c
$3.50 Antiseptic Douche Syringe $2.50
$1.C0 8. S. S., for 89c
BOc syrup Figs, for 45c
0cuoizoui'g Powder, for .28c
25t tVtlow's Swan's Down, for. . . .12c
$l.vO Wine Cardul, for 89o
26c vVoodljury's Facial 8oap. for.. 17c
2 6f Packet's Tar Soap, for 15c
25c Cuticura Soap, for ....20c
BOc Qoasom's Kidney Pills, for 21 c
Newbro's Herplclde 45c and 89c
25c Mistletoe Cream, for 19c
Oood 2-juirt Syringe, for OOc
Eikay's Focd 20c, 40c, 65r
Genuine Listerlne 23c, 45c, 80o
EOc Florida Water 23c
DOc Pape's Dlapepuln ...... !c
' Write for Catalogue. Freight paid
on $10.00 ciders: ' '-,
rman & McDonnell Drug Go;
Oor. 10th and Dodge Sts.
Owl Mi to. x
ii Harney Sts.
DINNER DF, LUXE
From 6 to 8 O'clock
, $1.00 Per Plate
CPTOsrra tie vosTorrioa
".U the Mlgn of the Ked Arrow."
Tiie only Metropolitan Cafe
in the West.
Patrons from far and wide
proclaim it aa unequaled
anywhere In the country.
The Sunday Table D'Hote
will make an enjoyable
nmxa Torn family.
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For Xmii and
New Year'a Gift
14 1 si ao4 Faraas
W IH-nll 1 W W m "! rsrisl H T M . 1
poraled city, town or vlllsg containing not
less than J.f0 Inhabitants shall receive
not more than lo cents per capiia of the
population, (b) The total rural and other
population not Included In said cities, towns
and villages shall receive also not more
than 10 rents per capita,
. Brsnih agricultural experiments! sta
tions are to be maintained on the farms of
the agricultural secondary schools, and
one-fourth of the federal appropriation lor
the agricultural secondary achoola la to be
used for this experiment station.
I. The appropriation for normal schools
Is to be 1 cent per capita of population.
10. To secure the appropriation for the
branch experiment station each state leg
islature must provide for the establishment
and equipment of the branch station, and
must provide for the annual maintenance
a sum equal to that granted by the federal
11. Kxperlmenta undertaken ty these ,
branch experiment stations shall bear dl- 1
reclly upon me agricultural Industry or
the ("nlted States, with due regard to the
varying needs and conditions of the re
spective states. -
u. The secretary or agriculture is re
quired to sea that funds are not side
tracked, but used to best cdvantage for
the promotion of both Instruction and ex-
1.1. h.acn ataie is required to estannsn
combined agricultural secondary school and
branch experimental station districts; and
mere is nor xo ue less man ono uisirict
for each fifteen counties, nor mora than
one for each five counties.
14. Separate schools for colored people
may be established as each state decides.
iHir division of money being made to both
In. An annual report must go to the gov
ernor of each state from each school es
tablished under this grant.
16. The secretary of agriculture la to
keep cOngresa posted In regard to receipts
and expenditures and on the work of the
Institutions provided for under this bill.
I.. T. L. Demonstration.
A Loyal Temperance legion demonstra
tlon will be a conspicuous feature of the
convention of the National Women's Chris
tian Temperance union, to be held In Omaha
next October. Miss Margaret Wlntrlnger,
national superintendent of Loyal Temper
ance legion work, spent last Wednesday In
Omaha and consulted with members of the
local unions regarding this feature of the
program. She was the guest of prances
Wlllard union Wednesday afternoon at its
regular meeting. Frances Wlllard union Is
giving special attention to the work among
the children. In fact, this work Is being
given particular attention all over the
state, permission having been granted by
the convention at Denver recently to or
ganise the young people for campaign
work. An amendment to this effect was
formulated for presentation at the Omaha
meeting, at which It will be acted upon.
In the meantime the Nebraska women are
going on with the work.
Miss Wlntrlnger spoke of her work
Wednesday afternoon, the meeting being
held at the home of Mrs. A. N. Eaton, 18
North Twenty-fifth street.
The art department will present the open
day program at the Woman's club Monday
afternoon. Prof. O. K. Barber of the Uni
versity of Nebraska will talk on "Rome'
and Mrs. Frank Resler will give an organ
solo. The program will open at S o'clock
instead of 3:30 u usual.
The department of philosophy and ethics
has changed Its meeting day from Tuesday
to Thursday, the change beginning with
the first December meeting. Current
magasine articles on psychologic subjects
furnish the topics for the meetings.
The oratory department will meet at 10
o'clock Tuesday morning. A study of
dramatlo monologue with selected readings
will afford the program of the morning.
At a recent meeting the Ladies'. Aid so
ciety of the First Presbyterian church
pledged $100 to the furnishing fund of the
Young Women's Christian association
building. - -
TOQUES FOR EVENING WEAR
Muffs and Neckpieces of Marabout
A-ro Greatly In Furor
v . Juat Now.
Toques are greatly favored for evening
wear. They are seert In white satin,
beaver and velvet, and are trimmed with
tulle, chiffon and aigrettes. A lovely opera
hat is of white beaver trimmed with
band of fluffy white marabout
Muffs and neckpieces of marabout are
greatly admired just now. Though seen in
several varieties, the newest are the clus
tered marabout. It differs from the other
In having stiff feathers combined with the
soft. These sets are shown in an umber
of shades, but the white and taupe are In
greatest demand. The muffs are either
trimmed with satin hoops at the sides or
clusters of flowers. The back of the boa
la ornamented In the same way.
Old rose la a color as fashionable now foi
hats as for gowns. It is shown In after
noon and carriage gowns no less than for
receptions and balls. A lovely picture bat
designed for such an afternoon gown is
of old rose satin trimmed with ribbon in
two shades of old rose with bands of black
ribbon stitched through the middle and
with autumn leaves In velvet and silk.
me seasons in nillllnt-ry trimming ar
being reversed, for flowers and autumn
foliage are now being worn in -the wlntvr
as much as plumage was last summer.
Large wreathe of autumn leaves dccoral
many of the handsomest hats. Another at
tractive floral trimming is a spray of long
leafed wood fern In light, warm green tied
up with a mass of rose foliage In somber
green tones, to which a few brown and
copper ones are added. With this spray is
a full blown bride rose in pure white and
a few tight pinkish buds. '
' Christmas Take.
One snd one-half pouiida butter and one
and one-half pounds sugar, rubbud to a
cream, twelve eggs, yolks and whites
beaten separately, one-third pint of mo
lasses, two teatp onf j Is cloves, two of cin
namon, two of alUplce, two of mace, two
good teaapoonfuls soda sifted througu two
pounds of flour several times, one nutmeg
grleU, i no tatikspoonf ul lemon. two
pounds of currants, two pounds of raisins
seeded and chopped, one-half pjund citron
chopped, two-thirds cupful brandy. Hake
slowly nearly three hours. This quantity
makes three large leaves. Ice nicely, put
sway in )ar in a cool place, and it will
heap a year.
The Bee Want Ad. page oifef 4fc best
We Absolutely Guarantee to Undersi'l Any Other House in Omaha and
nRffV'SFJlKIRf F. SFFJ
OMR75 for This Eeautl,uI
d. Combination Bookcase
f 1 91.00 Cash, BOo Weekly.
f This magnificent Bookcase Is Sx
f "V aotly like Illustration and is
IJ highly polished. It combines a
leMrvrA I r m luutl, Mnrvmn.mn.
Owlth a useful writing desk. At
the price tt cannot be duplicated
in t'' eiv
Buys Our Special
0- SlttL KAN lit
Terms! $3.60 Cash, $3.50 Monthly.
inis nign-graae eteei nange, com-
i witn upper warming closet,
hown in Illustration, la cer
tainly the best value offered any
where. Has a large 16-Inch oven,
nickel trimmings and is asbestos
for This Massive
Terms! $1.00 Cash, BOo Weekly.
is substantially built r"
by expert workmen and rr
Ois upnoiaiereo. in genuine laoricoia
leather, an article that la pre
ferred by many to real leather,
(y on account of Its durability. It is
la most comfortable Rocker and la
4f an exceptional value.
BIG GAME-FISH OF THE SEA
Sport That Tries Men' Skill and Im
perils Their Livei.
THRILLS WITH BOS AND LINE
Dancer In Angling for Tarpon, Tana
sad Shark Experiences of Fish
ermen 1b the Tropin
No sport more sensational exists, in. the
opinion of many persons, than hunting big
game of th eocean with rod and reel. At
times there are perils to equal any met in
the depths of African forests. The reputed
peacefulness of the angler's art seems
rather Imaginary when a man engages in an
all day battle with a fish as weighty as a
small horse and takes chances of being
killed by the sea monster's frenzied leap
into his boat. A number of fishermen have
been killed while fighting tarpen in the
Mexican gulf, and perilous adventures with
the tuna off the California coast are re
corded. Capslses are frequent; sometimes
a fouled line drags the angler under water
and In tow of a 300-pound f.sh. One of the
many varieties of incidental dangers was
Illustrated the other day In a dispatch from
Santa Catallna island, the California tuna
preserve, stating that a New York physi
cian was furiously attacked In bis launch
by a horde of seals hungry for his catch
It Is a modern recreation to go after big
t'Uli with rod and line. Some years ago It
was thojght impossible to catch ocean
Clonts In this wsy. Sportsmen conceived
the notion of using delicate apparatus and
applying artistic skill to subdue the marine
enemy, whese strength slowly ebbs after
hours of combat. The secret is never to
let the fish rest and to "play" It from the
moment it is hooked. Sometimes a tuna,
utterly exhausted after a long struggle, dies
from heart failure, Just like a human ath
lete. There are fishing club rules limiting
the weight of the rod and the thickness of
the line, so as to give the game a fighting
chance. After the victory the fish, are g-n-srally
turned loose. The big game is not
edible aa a rule. Among the few big game
rashes are the tuna, tarpon, blauk grouper,
black aaa baas, amber Jack and barracuda.
The tuna belongs to the mackerrl tribe.
A specimen weighing 1,000 pounds has been
speared. The tarpon la a herring, and the
record specimen weighed 3Sj pounds. No
fish In nature Is credited With such athletic
feats as the tarpon. It leaps a straight
doaen feet into the air and hurls lUelf mUo
ways for a distance-of thirty feet, almost
eiUislng the aerial tlight of the filing f.ah,
which is Its prey. If the allver-bodl.-d
giant, taking 'a catapult leap, ever lands In
a boat the fishermen are lucky to gain the
water without fractured limbs.
The Taaa 1st Action.
The tuna season la on at Santa Catallna
Island between April and July, when I ho
Hying fish, on which the big mackerel
feed, are in evidence. The fisherman trolu
from a rowboat hitched to a power launch.
His rod and line are worth perhaps $25t.
There are 600 feet of linen line tested to
pull a dead weight of forty pounds, a six
foot piano wire leader and a stout rod
weighing twenty-six ounces. Tho bait js
a flying fish.
"The launch steams along shore; tht
first gray light of dawn steals across tin
sea," says Maximilian Foster In a de
scription of the sport in Munseys. "Near
at 'hand a heavy splash resounds across
the water another and another. The tuns
have struck In. You hea their heavy
bodlea thudding upon the flat sea, and the
boatman warns you to be on the watch
Here they come,' be whispers. A blu
black form hurls Into the air, falling In h
fountain of spume. 'FlpI Kip! Fee ee ee a"
screams th reeL The Up of your rod
a a f
stock of Holiday Goods is more
USEFUL, SENSIBLE GIFTS Gifts that are appreciated gifts that are lastirg. At this time of
the year when your pocketbook is heavily pressed, the Peoples Store invites you to take advantage
of their MOST LIBERAL CREDIT SYSTEM. Our prices will be found upon
investigation to be without a doubt the lowest in the city. We invite you to
call and inspect the superb array of Holiday Goods we are offering this season
It Is ZxactlT Z.lke
offered In a
Ished In a beautiful
tereH In I1W volnur
.50 for This
3 Rooms Fur
Coin Base Burner nished Complete
Terms! $2.80 Cash, $3.50
Terms t 15.00 Cash,
A most excellent article
and a Doable Heater,
trimmed, all the latest
Future Payments on
Now May Be Made
If so Deaired Com
mencing In January
doubles beneath, the wator. You have the
butt Jammed into a socket hole reamed in
the thwart, and you hang on desperately,
laying all your weight to the reel brake, a
square of moosehlde, leather that half em
braces the speel. It Is water soaked and
pliable, but still it is fairly smoking with
"You hear the boatman's voice as In a
dream: 'Snub him! Hold him!' Tou Jab
harder. The reel screams away 100 yards
are gone 100. He Is still bolting. You put
your strength Into the effort, the reel slows
down and halts suddenly, the line slacken
ing home. You think the fish Is off; but
here Is the boatman screaming again, 'Reel
him in quicker reel him In!' He warns
you, too, to watch out when the tuna
sights the boat. 'He'll dodge when he does!'
yells the man. Flp-fee-eee-eee-ee away
goes the reel again. The boat backs
through the water sometimes faster than a
man can row it, towed by the striving fish.
Then the line slackens, . tautens with a
snap and cuts through the water. The
tuna 1s sounding once hooked, he neves
leaps. Again the boatman Implores you to
snub him; the fish halts and sulks.
Hot Work at Both Knds of Line.
" 'Keep at him! Give it to him!' roars the
man. 'Pump him! Give him a lift.' You
mustn't let the tuna rest If you almfever
to gaff him alongside. You chug away,
lifting with all your strength. Up comes
the fish, sulkily at first, fighting every
foot. The man at the oars whips the boat
about like a teetotum, and away you go
again, the launch following. If he Is headed
for open water, let him go; but If he points
for the shore, where there are kelp beds
ana Jagged rocks, hold him at the risk of
losing all your line. You'll lose nearly all,
anyway. If he ties It in the kelp or turns
It around a rock; but once In the open
water your chances may Improve. Then,
again, they may not. The flah may have
taken a hitch of the line around his tall.
wnue he pulls with his shoulders like
team of oxen."
One battle with a tuna lasted fourteen
hours and the boat was towed thirty-five
miles, after which the fish escaped Juat as
the gaff was reached for It. The angler
needs about a week to recuperate from
strained arms and bruised lingers alter
sues a contest.
The excitement of tarpon fishing off the
Florida coast Is sometimes varied with
angling for sharks. A manlla rope aboui
the size of a clothesline, a chain leader and
a atetl book seven Inches long are the
outfit necessary. A ten-pound grouper Is
a good bait which the houndlike acavent'gr
of the deep can Brent for a long dlatvnce
"One morning I hooked a very large
shark," says C. F. Holder, in his Ij)g of u
Sea Angler, "which, despite my effor.s.
ran out the entire line, and as our dingy
started I cast my eye over the side and
w at least six tiger sharks following.
They were about five fet below the sur
face, and kept with us until I had the
big game in hand. This shark made des
perate attempts to capslae the boat. I.
towed us In a circle completely around the
island, about two miles, and was so
nrratlc in Its movements that had there
not-been a notch in the bow In which I
kept the rope I believe I. wjuIJ hay
succeeded. One of its sudden turns Jerked
the boat around so quickly that It nearly
'Hied. It would dart around in a circle,
then come at us suddenly, then rush away
it full speed. At the end of two hours
it had fought us to a point whero we wert
"But we held on and gradually gained
until I brought the shark to tho surface,
'an the dingy over It and secured the
chain, holding the monster It close range
while it rolled and struggled In desperate
attempts to sound. One swing of Its tll
'ruck the dingy a bliw that would hay
killed a man; then, finding Itself In the
lolls, It turned savagely, opened Its caver
ous mouth, and, seising the cutwater,
surging upward, actually lifted the bow
f the boat out of water several feet, leav
ng a number of its serrated teeth in the
vood. I beat It off with a boat book, then
cw i an uqjiifa-
tJ It VT7 jh en ja sat
complete than ever. We are showing a very extensive line of
IG 50 "lniiree-Piece Parlor
$1.50 Cash, 60 Cents Weakly
lUustratlon and Is positively the best value ever
high-grade 3-piece parlor suite. The heavy rrames
mahogany ana are nigniy ponsneu. ii
In the nouular loose cushion effect. The
sists, an will be reen. of a large sofa, an arm chair and an easy rocker.
Every part receives the most detailed attention, and it is positively a
most elegant value.
4 Rooms Fur
Terms! $8.60' Cash,
Terms ! $9.00 Cash,
Special Sale Carpets, Rugs, Drapmes and Bedding
Ingrain Carpets, regular 60c values, per yard ,...39o
Kxtra quality Standard Wool Ingrains. 7Sc values, per yard.., 4o
Brussels Carpets, extra strong, regular prloe 90c, per yard 69o
"Velvet Carpels, extra quality, regular price $1.25, per yard BBo
Art Reversible Rugs, 10-6x9, $6.50 values, special $3.95
Hrussels Rugs, 9x4 feet, extra quality, special $7.75
Brussels Rugs, 10-6x9. selected quality, 118.50 values, special $10.90
$3.60' Nottingham Lace Curtains, per pair $1.98
$2.75 Tapestry Portieres, per pair $1.89
10-4 Gray Blankets, worth il.oo. per pair
$2.75 White Cotton Filled Comforts, special
3i fARNAM &TDEETS. OMAHA,
(The reoples rnrnitnre and Carpet Co, Est.
passed the line aft and held it with a
single turn, not considering It safe to make
the lino fast, while Chief rowed.
"Several times the monster turned and
attempted to seize the keel, but I beat it
off with the oakon stump of an oar. So
vicious wre its attacks, like the snapping
df a coyote, that, fearing It might bite
a hole In the cedar boat or crush the
planking, I thrust the oar between its
Jaws, which fastened over it, and the shark
was towed Inshore, gripping the hard oak
wood. An hour later a boat reached us.
and the shark was slowly subdued."
The shark was placed In a water corral
and was probably the largest man-eater
ever kept In confinement. New York Tri
bune. VALUE OF CHAMOIS LOVES
Qualities aa Hand Restorative Are
Vnexcelled, If Women bnt
"If women only knew of the value of
chamois gloves they would use them mnn
us hand restoratlves.v They nre Ideal , for
working purposes, and a woman, then, can
do all her rough work without roughening
her hands. When I want to sweat the
hands I draw on a pair of cotton glnves
wrung out of cold water. Over these I put
(i pair of chamois gloves. With these cn
her hands and arms, my patient sits for
an hour. The effect of the rest so ob
tained shows In tho smooth condition of the
"The hands need excellent care at all
times, but In the winter they need more
nourishment than in the summer. I take
tho hand in cold weather and treat them
as I would trent hands that had been ex
posed to the rigors of the frozen north.
"I massage them with oil until the kln
Is pliable. I dip them In alternate baths
of hot and cold water to make them sup
ple. I wsrm them to. keep the Joints small
and shapely, and I continually shape the
finger tips to keep them tapering. In this
way I keep the hands nice when the
weather la cold and the tendency of the
hands Is to look dry and yellow.
"The fashionable hand of winter Is cov
ered with soft, cream colored skin. The
skin is padded with a layer of firm flesh.
TVe palm Is vnry, rosy and the finger tips
nrc pink. The hand tapers from the
broadest part down to the ends of the
"We are teaching women how to hold
rhe hands to make them look slimmer.
We also teach them' hew not to hold thi'm
Perhaps the latter is the most Important
Wf tell the woman whose hands are pretty
: shape to shew them. This she
an do by extending the fingers to display
.heir pretty curves. Never close you.
hands and never, on any condition, make
our hands Into fists. Irresolute, tremb
ling hands nt hands thut continually fidget
"The present problem of the hapd cul
tural is to get a hand that matches thu
,own. A pudgy hand, emerging from u
ung. tight Bleeve, presents an ugly pic
ture, but a long, slim hand, with an arm
.hat la long and fashionable, adds much
.o a woman's appearance."
To Cover Hat Frame.
Cut the velvet the exact shape of the
hat, allowing about half an Inch for the
turning of edges. Instead of sowing ust
liquid glue and proceed the same as in
i-tvlng. Next cover the top of the brim
and. lastly, paste the facing lnt It look
much better than when sewed and require:,
less than half the time. Try It; you wll.
be surprised and delighted with the result.
Yolks three eggs, one-half cup sweet
'-ream, tablespoon butter, one-fourth (or
lers) cup vinegar, one-half cup oyatt-i
liquor, one-half cup rolled crackers, mus
icid, salt and pepper to taste. Heat eggn
add other Ingredients. Put on fire, stii
.cntantly4 adding crackers last: when
thickened remove from fire, add twa cu
cumber pickles chopped, abd one, can oya
Ura chopped tin.
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rnrifr1 OnrnTtlptft Beautifully nickel trimmed.
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Mink Sets, Lynx Sets, Baum Martin Sets, Ermine
Sets, Pox Sets,, Squirrel Sets and Separate Scarfs and
Muffs. Best quality moderately priced.
, General Clearance Sale
of all Suits, Coats, Gowns, before going east, as follows:
All $83.00 Suits, Coats and Owns. ........ ,.$59.50
All $(J5.00 Suits, Coats and Gowns $42.50
All $45.00 Suits, Coats and Gowns. .. , .$29.50
All $."5.00 Suits, Coats and Gowns $22.50
All $25.00 Suits, Coats and Gowns. $10.50
An Extra Charge for Alteration During This Sale
THE VACUM CLEANING COMPANY
1818 HARNEY STREET
House cleaning by the sanitary Vacura Process, cleans. J
carpets, rugs, upholstered furniture, mattresses, and pillows,
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PRINCESSES IN PROCESSION
Dana-htrra of Montenegrran Prince
Lead Demonstration to Arouse
Princess Vera and Princess 2ien'a, daugh
ters of Prince Nlcholsa of Montenegro
headed the procession of women who re
cently marched through the streets of the
capital of Montenegro carrying flairs and
chanting war songs. Women of all classes
took part In thia patriotic demonstration,
From time to time they paused In thfir
march to plead with the men of the city
to keep up courage and abide by their de
termination to defend the rights of the na
tion. After the street demonstration the
two young princesses formed a committee
for the enrollment of Red Cross nurses,
their own names beading the list.
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