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Of Interest To Women

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Dr. Era Harding, formerly of Detroit las beeii appoiuted phymciau to tue new Soldiere' Orphans' Home at Atcbison, Kan. Wellesley College is builJing n new cottage wliich ia to be called the "Free''an Cottage" and will accommodate üfty students. Mrs. Jeannette Thurber, herself a good jiiBiness woiuan, bas offerod tive luindred dollars towurd the establishment of a school for the busiuesa training of women. The women of Bafialo, N. Y., support six different leoture courses. The Huflalo Uourier siys: "In f act, pretty much everj-ihiug llint is attempted in au intellectual way here owea lts support and suocess to the women." Two young women of Hammonton, !i. J , who had tried teaching and did not ünd it pay. invested fifty dollars ïu ;he pouliry business, and made one ;housand dollars the flret year and tbree thousand dollars the second. Mrs. Emma P. Ewing, professor of domestio economy in t'urdueUniversity [ndiana, bas been engaged by tbu regenta uf Keu you College, O, to deliver a coursu of lectures on household science, during February, to the young ladies attending tuut iuatitution. A man in Gardiner, Me., had let bis wife bnng water from the well for ten years; but when he needed a little water daily for bis business, he at once had a pipe laid and a pump put in, "to save so muoh extra labor." The Gardiner Reporter says: "A little personal experisnce is sometimes worth more thau a large number of object lessons." God seems to be using, in this decade, consecrated women for His glory. as never before. Under the old testament dispensation, Miram, Huldah, Deborah, and Anna were pubho teachers. Priioilla understood tbeology so much better than her brilliant Alexandrian pastor. Apollos, tbat she "took bim and expounded unto him the way of God more perfectly." Phcebe, Persis, Tryphoaa, and Tryphena were all female exliorters. I beheve that when the votes of American mothers, sisters, daughters and wives are as desirable at the polls as the voteó of tbe dietillers, brewers, saloon-keepers and drunken anarchists, the American liq'jor tratflo


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