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AfOSr BEAUTIFUL GIRL ON THE STAGE!
The most beautiful girl on the
American stage has been found
Miss Vera Maxwell!
She has lust been voted to the pin
nacle of the American beauty col
umn in Paris, the home of the connoisseur.
A full-page colored portrait of Miss
Maxwell appeared in one of the Paris
newspapers lately. It was after a
painting by Paul Helleu, the noted
LABOR LEADERS WANT AMMONS
TO RECALL MILITIA
Denver, Col., Dec.;i8.Inspiredby.
the fiery oratory of "Mother Jones,"
500 union labor leaders today march
ed in a body to. the state house to
demand that Gov. Amnions recall the
state militia from the Southern Colo
rado coal strike fields and. remove
from office Brig. Gen. Chase, Judge
Advocate Boughtoh," and Major
Townsend. It was announced that
should he- refuge, recall petitions
would be circulated against him at
once. " v , , '
The governor indicated that he
had no intention- of Acceding to" the
demant'i '.- V -
Miss Vera Maxwell.
artist, who unq.ualifledly"cleclares she
is the star of all American stage
Huerta's "unpaid, unfed troops
ought to be'tickled to the limit over
the announcement that he's trying to
borrow $6,000,000 in France with
which to pay interest on railway se
curities exclusively But. nrettv soon. '
.somebody .has just got to set up the
.beans'tb' these soldiers.