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THIS IS THE?ONLY ROYAL EmSH-'SfkNpAP HELD
& '""" BY ANOTHER NATION - - - .'
This is a picture of the royal English standard captured aE
York, Canada, April 27, 1813. It is the only English standard cap
tured and held by another nation.
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ELECT OFFICERS OF OHIO
, MINE WORKERS
' Columbus, O., Jan. 9. John
Moore, of :Rendville, was declar
ed elected president of District
No. 6, Ohio Mine Workers; John
Zelenka of Bridgeport, vice presi
dent; George W. Savage of Co
lumbus, secretary-treasurer, and
!A. R. Watkins, Yorkville, inter
national hoard member at the
opening of 'the 23rd' annual con
vention of the-Ohio miners in this
city today. The referendum
election was held Dec. 13.
, Strikes in J-the mines of Ohio
(during the year -have cost the,
miners' organization $4,284 a
month,. according- to the report of
Secretary Savage. . . '
TEN-HOUR LAW EFFECT
Edgar" T.-Davies; chief inspec
tor, has issued a statement show
ing that the State street depart
ment stores, in carrying out the
ten-hour law during the holiday
season, went to theloss of $15,000
daily, it being-necessary to hire
10,000" additional persons. This
shows how much the ten-hour
law is really .needed..