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VOL. I-2TO. 40
PmODADEIiPHlX, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
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Roosevelt For 'Clean' Senator-Allies Move Toward Bruges
Business Future Bright, Says Gary-Liquor O. K.'s Penrose Slate
A DAY'S JOURNEY AT HOME AND ABROAD WJTIT THE CAMERA
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William Draper Lewis and Vance C. McCormick, snapped in front of the Washington party headquarters, 217 South Broad street. Mr. LewiB, tho Washington party nominee who withdrew in favor of fusion and Mr. McCormick, is holding spectacles in his hand.
Mr. McCormick is the smiling man with the overcoat thrown over his arm. The picture to the right is that of a group of women supporters of Mr. McCormick and the Washington party. From left to nght, they are Miss N. Brown, Mrs. George H. Burpee, Mrs. Mary
E. Hannum, Mrs. Joseph P. Mumford, Miss Mary B. Ingham, Mrs. Claude L. Roth and Mrs. D. C. France. .
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