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t SHE BOSSED CITY' AS TEMPORARY MAYOR
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Councilwoman Estelle Lawton Lindsey, signing her first paper while
occupying the chair of mayor of Los Angeles. Suffragists will mark Sept
10, 1915, as a red-letter day, for it marks the first time in the history of the
country that a woman has occupied this position in a city of such propor
tions as this.
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TWO BIG MEETINGS SUNDAY
"Will Russia Have a Revolution?"
"will be answered by Dr. Isaac A. Hor
wich of New York, for years a Sibe
rian exile, a leader in the garment
workers' strike, now editor of The
New Review, in an address at Bowen
hall, Hull House, Polk st, near S.
Halsted, Sunday, at 2:30 p. m. Sub
ject: "Recent Political and Economic
Development in Russia."
"Shc-juld the Tgachers' Federation
Be Abolished?" will be the subject of
an address by Mary O'Reilly, one of
the teachers and also an official of
the Chicago Federation of. Labor,
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in Colo
nial halL 20 W. Randolph st, under
auspices of Modern School league.
Miss O'Reilly has promised to answer
any question from the audience.
The man with the big head is mere
ly in the same class as a .polywos;