WOMEN RULE THE HOUSEHOLD. Among the Filipino 8he U Always the Business Manager. The women of tho Philippines holds a position quite unique. The worn nn Is tho business manager and financier of the famll) Although poor and uneducated, she Is accustomed accus-tomed to hold her own and Is considered con-sidered poor spirited, Indeed, If she falls to manage her affairs with skill She usimll.v carries on a business of her own Independent of hei husband. She Is In the habit also of attending, In compnn) '.villi her husband, the gambling den, the tnckplt and also takiM part In p"l!llcal discussions She has plenty of spare time, however, how-ever, as the houses are simple hi constitution con-stitution and las'.1., caied for. The lloo.s are of bamboo and, as the dust slits through, reipdro little sweeping. Tli'To are no windows to polish, no Icebox to l.iep sweet and dean, no closets to keep In order When the In ds nre rolled up In the morning the work Is done for the day There are no pteservc3 to put up and no wln'ei supplies to store away, for matketlug is done as Is needed each da or three times a dn No famll) fam-ll) lives n'one, for there are usuall) relatives or orphans who share the life and vvo.'k of a home, so that theie Is little to do and still less to oerup.v the luhid.