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Lately a sort of epidemic for employing women in the transportation service of the country has broken out, says the New York Sun. It seems to have started last winter at Middletown, Conn., where a woman got employment as a motorman on a street car. The notoriety the line got as a result was discouraging, so the pioneer was discharged, but the notion that women would make first-class conductors, if not grip manipulators, in small towns struck more than one street railroad manager.
Out in Vincennes, Ind., a month or so ago, the local street railway company, in a fit of economy, decided to discharge its men conductors and employ women. Fifty women applied for the job and five were put to work at $5 a week.
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WE ARE THE TEN TRIBES
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THE CLOUD OVER VICTORY
FROM CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIANISM TO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
BY REV. MATT. RUSSELL.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE IN DENTISTRY
BY CHARLES L. VAN FOSSEN, D.D.S., C.S.
IN GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT
BY MARTHA SUTTON THOMPSON.