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THIS PICTURE SUGGEST TO YOU
SUFFRAGETS PLUG FOR HEAVY
REGISTRATION OF WOMEN
Suffrage leaders, minus the service
of Mrs. Mason Phelps, North Shore
society woman, today directed, the
last movements in the campaign to
bring out aheavy registration of wo
men tomorrow for the aldermanic
primaries.s, Mrs. Phelps, it was given
out at suffrage headquarters, is ill
with the mumps, contracted while
tramping -in -the snow last week.
Election officials predicted today
that not more than 150,000 women
will placg their names on the regis
tration books "tomorrow.
Niece Hope you -enjoyed your
self at the pictures, auntie? Auntie
Yes, I did. But I'm gettin' that
deaf nowadays I couldn't hear a word
I. W. W. TO BE DENIED MONEY
Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 2. Money
will be denied the Industrial Workers ;
of the World by the United Mine
Workers of America. An .amendment
to the miners' -constitution, adopted
by their convention, provided that'
no money of the locals rday be used
in aid of any strike unless-fhat strike
has the indorsement of the' American ;
Federation of Labor or an affiliated'
organization. The L W.'W. is not'
affiliated with the A. F. of L.
Owing to the Tact that the conven
tion will not eomplete its work before
Tuesday, the Interstate joint confer-1
ence scheduled to op'en-at Philadel-
phia, Feb. 3, was postponed until
Feb. 10. .
Sshool teachers in Italy-receive Ies3
than $600 a year salary.