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COMMANDER EVA BOOTH LEADS. BAND OF
AMERICAN SALVATIONISTS IN LONDON
Commander Eva Booth of the Sal
vation Army, seated on "William,"
who will cany heVatthe head of 700
American delegates who will visit
London during the world's congress
of the organization, which assembles
early in June.
The American delegation has been
invited to visit Ambassador Page, and
Miss Booth expects a "command"
from King George to call on him and
Queen Mary at Buckingham Palace. .
It is expected that teh entire delega
tion will assemble on the grounds of
BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
While the women have a right to
vote in New Zealand and take an
active part in the elections, they do
not care to hold office.
Mrs H. B. FuIIerton, chairman of
the conference committee of the wo
men's national agricultural and horti
cultural association, declares that
women are doing well as farmers.
Although," says Mrs. FuIIerton, "al
most every occupation is open to wo-
the palace, to be reviewed by the
English monarch and assembled
men, do not think I am too optimistic
m saying there is no pursuit to which
women could turn their attention
with better chances-of success than
JUST HOW YOUNG?
Congratulations are being extend
ed to Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph Shea of
South Boston upon the birth of a
young baby girl From the Boston
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