His Secretary: And A Concordia Courting, An Indian's Dithyramb, One New-Year's Eve, Are They Psychoids?

His Secretary: And A Concordia Courting, An Indian's Dithyramb, One New-Year's Eve, Are They Psychoids?

His Secretary: And A Concordia Courting, An Indian's Dithyramb, One New-Year's Eve, Are They Psychoids?

His Secretary: And A Concordia Courting, An Indian's Dithyramb, One New-Year's Eve, Are They Psychoids?

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CONCORDIA, CONNECTICUT Thirty-first of March

MY answer to your letter is what I said last week:--A woman has a hard time of it in the business world; especially when she hates it with all her soul. "Getting on" is apt to be a matter of stomach and legs. A modicum of sycophancy, also.

"This is the age of the square-jawed man," says Dr. Hugh Black. It is also the age of the squarejawed woman.

Your eyes are wondering. People in revolt don't mince what they say. Truth brings wonder--so little of it is told.

That woman wins, I tell you, who can stand longest without fainting and is pachydermatous enough to bear any drubbing her master of industry chooses to give.

New Times these!

The old order was brutal in its sexualizing. Sex, consciousness of sex, the great asset. But now! Clerkships, stenography, and their like--strength-

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