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PHYLLIS TERRY, FAMOUS ACT- f EXPECT SUNDAY MASS MEETING
RESS, OFF FOR ENGLAND
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Miss Phyllis Neilsoh Terry, famous
English actress who played the lead
ing role In "Trilby,'' has sailed for
England under the name of Mfss Min
"Poor Smith is one of the worst
European war sufferers I know of."
"How's that? He hasn't been near
"I know it, but while he was away
last week Hi wife sent all his clothes
to the Belgians."
TO BE RECORD BREAKER
Ed Nockels, sec'y Chicago Federa
tion of Labor, sajd today the mass
meeting at Garrick theater, 2 p. m,
next Sunday, will probably be the big
gest meeting of the sort organized
labor has ever held in Chicago.
"Prank P. Walsh has told us he
will be there for sure," said Nockels.
"He is in the city now working on the
report the federal industrial relations
commission will make next month.
"Walsh will discuss the power of
the Rockefellers and the system used
to convict John Lawson of a murder
he was nine miles away from at the
time it was committed.
"Mother Jones has written us she
will be oh the job. Those who listen
to the Mother can judge for theffl-"
eeives whether she sheek hsads with
him and begsld his tterion In ftW
York last January a ffiafljr h8Ws-
paper stories said.
"This mass meeting Is one of many
beihg held in many cities this month
Organized labor is going to protest
and is going to make the facts known
about the rotten system in Colorado
by Which a labor official is Convicted
Ihfohgh rotten, open fraud by the
connivance of a coal corporation
oWfaed by the Rockefellers.'
BAD BOYS MAKE GOOD "
Ldhddh, July 10. England's "Bad
boys nearly 20,000 of them havS
become heroes in the trenches in
Northern France. Figures showed
that 19,649 former inmates of re
formatories and industrial schools
have served with honor In army and
navy since war began and three have
been awarded Victoria cross by King
Martinsburg, W. Va. In presence
of heads of ach generation at
whose weddings he officiated Rev.
Wni. Gerhart, 98, christened Leahj
Robert Hosey, his great-great-grandchild.