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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 08, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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CHI. FEDERATION OF LABOR
The following nominations were
made for the officers of the Chicago
Federation of Labor:
President, John Fitzpatrick; vice
president, O. F. Nelson; recording
and corresponding secretary, E. N.
Nockels; financial secretary, F. G.
Hopp; treasurer, T. F. Kennedy;
reading clerk, Wm. M. Rassell, W. S.
McClenathan, Fred A. Lohn; ser-geant-at-arms,
E. A. Schroeder; executive-board,
J. A. Kane, Rolland A.
Shelton, Mrs. Raymond Robins, L. P.
Straube, Chas. Grassell, Jas. Mc
Guire, Jas Bowman, Miss Mary
O'Reilly, Mr. CorkeL J. J. Kingsley,
Wm. Schornberg, Mr. Hanson; dele
gate to Illinois State Federation of
Labor, L. S. Alpine, Miss Annie Fitz
gerald, Miss Mary Anderson, J. A.
Kane, Tim Neary, L. P. Straube, H.
C. Diehd, Mr. Brockman, Chas. Dold,
Mr. Reid, Annie Willard, Mr. Burke,
Geo. Brady; legislative committee,
John Flora, Wm. Christensen, Jos.
Morton, Fred Ebeling, Steve Sum
mer, Margaret Haley, Dell G. Jones,
John J. Bruce, Ray Clearly, A. C. An
derson and Martin Nelson; financial
committee, M. B- Philp, Miss Eliza
beth Maloney, L. P. Straube, J. A.
Kane, Mary Anderson. Gertrude
Stoetzel; delegates to American Fed
eration of Labor, Thos. Kennedy,
Lewis S chalk, Mike McGuire, C. M.
CRUICE DIGS UP OWENS' PAST
Judge Owens' past record as an
office seeker was today dug up by
Daniel L. Cruice.
Eight years ago Owens bolted the
Democratic party and joined Hearst's
Independent party. He was candidate
for county judge then and was snow
ed under. It was this organization
that was formed to beat Bryan.
"Owens has always belonged to
Hearst and Andy Lawrence," said
Cruice. "I understand he says I have
Socialistic tendencies. I would rath
er have such tendencies than be a
Hearst stool pigeon."
ITS A BALLY BLOOMIN' GOOD
LOOKIN SONG AT THAT
London, by Mail to New York,
Sept. 8. Not to be out-done by
"Tommy Atkins," who has adopt
ed a war song in "It's a Long Way
to Tipperary," the British sailors
now have as their favorite "All the
Nice Girls Love a Sailor." The chor
us of the war song of the British
"All the nice girls love a sailor,
All the nice girls love a tar;
For there's something aaout a sailor,
Well, you know what sailors are.
"Bright and breezy,
Free and easy,
He's the ladies' pride and joy
Jack-ahoy! Naughty boy."
The chorus of the soldiers' Tipper
ary song, which promises to Become
"It's a long way to Tipperary,
It's a long way to go,
It's a long way to Tipperary,
To the sweetest girl I know;
Farewell Leicester Square;
It's a long, long way to Tipperary,
But my heart's right there."
"Is your wife a finished conversa
tionalist?" "No. Her conversation is never
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