A kindergarten teacher was recently reviewing her little class on the instruction given the day previous. The following are a part of the questions and their answers:—Teacher: " Now, children, I told vou yesterday about the various materials from which your dresses are made—silk, wool, and cotton. Let me see how well you remember. Margie where did the material come from of which your dress is made ?" Margie: "It once grew upon the back of a sheep." Teacher : "Very good • and yours, Blanche ?" Blanche: "My dress once grew upon the back of a sheep, and a part of it was spun by the silkworm." Teacher: " Correct! and yours, Lucy ?" Lucy (with evident embarrassment): "My dress was made out of an old one of mamma's," Out of the enormous number of women in Constantinople— the population is nearly a million—not more than five thousand can read qr read.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897
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