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Today .purj Mexican brother, isja,
"foreigner-" When, we, annex Mex?
ico, if we do, then without any
change in that Mexican's character,
color, religion pr nature, he cease&to
be a "foreigner- and becomes an
American, in the Isense of being a
resident of the United States and Jiv
ing under our flag. I came mighty
near saying "living under the protec
tion" of our flag. -
If there is anything at all to the
fatherhood, of God and the brother
hood of man, what is a "foreigner"?
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COUNCILMEN TO TRY AND FIX
A committee of five aldermen, with
William. J. Healy as chairman, meet
today to try and unravel the brick
makers' strike situation. A resolu
tion introduced by Healy, and pre
pared byjjacob CLeBosky, was pass
ed by the city council last night. May
or Harrison appoints the four besides
The council continued the exist
ence of commissions on unemploy
ment, Chicago plan, downtownmuni
cipal improvements', city waste, rail
way terminals. A city b!all funeral for
Samuel Meisenberg, the U, S.. marine
shot and killed at Vera Cruz, was
authorized. Summary of other busi
ness: r ,
Thirty-six aldermen sworn in and
new committees organized.
Mayor Harrison appointed Thomas
0'3onnor fire marshal. v
Renewed action urged for merger
of surface and elevated lines.
Controller Traeger urges creation
of board of apportionment.
Committee appointed to attempt to
settle brickmakers' strike.
' Authority granted for city hall fun
eral for Samuel Meisenberg.
Contests filed against five aldermen
returns showed elected April 7.
Mayor Harrison appointed next
week as "clean-up "week."
Dowager Queen Olga of Greece has
a confession album. In. it almost
every t crowned head of-Europe ''has
wrjtten his or her autograph and
made a cohf essidn of likes or dislikes,
and ideas. v
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GEORGIA'S SPONSOR AT RE- ,
UNION OF CONFEDERATES f
Marietta, Ga. Qeorge Confeder
ates have chosen Miss Regina Eliza
beth Rambo, daughter of a Confed
erate officer, as sponsor for he Geor
gia Division, United Confederate Vet
erans, at thereunion of the Confed
edate veterans to be held at Jackson
ville, Fla., next May.
Breathes there a man with soul so
- dearf i y if
Who never right out loud Jrath said
As he banged his toe upon the bed,' ' '
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In Berlin there js a novel stora
where the .pictures of women who
Wish, to become brides ax$ exhibited.
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