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Curfew Hits Lowell Women

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A blight was cast on the Bellboys Saturday by the edict issued by Mrs. Mary Healey, dictatress of the Louis Quatorze salle de bain that serves Lowell House for a dining room. Mrs. Healey laid down the law that no women were to be allowed to enter the dining room after 6:45 o'clock. The implication is that women talk so much that they eat slower than men, preventing the waitresses from leaving until late.

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