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Newspaper Page Text
' HONORING'DEAD OF THEIRTFOREIGN; ALLIES
DECORATING GRAVES OF BRITISH
The graves of the British dead in France do not lack for care. The
French women give the fallen allies the same honors as their own dead.
Photograph shows French peasant women:putting flowers on the graves.of
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BITS OF NEWS
Lafayette Kit ass'n has purchased
ambulapce which will he sent to for
eign Eed Cross.
Comm'r public service recommends
another million dollars be expended
in improvement on County hospital
School board, employes trying to
enter other branches at civil service
to escape salary cuts and o.vfirtime
Mandamus .writ .issued to compel.
animation of Dec 7, 1911, .back on
records; 88 doctors at County hos
pital lose their' positions by decision,
of judge. They passed- later test .
Bryan, Taft and Roosevelt indorse
move tov secure shaft 'for late Judge
Methodist Book Concern will erect
6-story bldg. at Rush and Superior.
Park commissioners -promise kid
dies of 13th ward glaypark with
s-wmming; popll'-and .tfaUAvampndat
pqunty civU servipeoara,