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horn, 6208 Woodlawn av.; John P.
Schroeder, Maywood; C. A. Schultz,
1050 Normal av.
Thos. L. Smith, 6445 S. May st;
Jno. W. Taylor, 430 S. Scoville av.;
Edmund G. Watts, 8206 Cornell av.;
Orville J. Bliss, 7006 Normal av.;
Theo. W. Bunte, 732 Junior Terrace;
Henry W. Donaldson, Wilmette; Jno.
Flaws, 5521 LaPayette av.
FOUR GENERATIONS OF SUFFRAGISTS! ALL'
WORKING HARD FOR THE "VOTE"
Here is a group of "suffs" four generations of them. They live in
Grand Rapids, Mich. The oldest is 75; the youngest 10. The woman with
the spectacles' is Mrs. Sarah Hagenbaugh, the oldest active suffragist in
Michigan. Opposite is her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Richardson. At top is her
daughter, Mrs. Fred N. Rowe. At the bottom is Mrs. Rowe's young daugh
ter, Eleanor, who has already made public speeches for the cause.
FORD IS NOT WITH BRYAN IN
New York, Jan. 4. Henry Ford
has put to rout many rumors that he
intended joining William Jennings
Bryan in an effort to bring peace to
the warring countries of Europe and
light the Wilson administration's pre
"I have made no plans for peace
with Mr. Bryan and so far as I know
I may never see him again," said
troit manufacturer, leaned against
the wall of his peace headquarters
here today and reiterated his belief
that the cruise of the peace delegates
to Europe will prove successful, even
if no steps are taken toward peace
for some time.
White Plains, N. Y. Arraignment
Thomas Mott Osborne, whose resig
nation as warden of Sing Sing fol
lowed indictment by Westchester
grand jury, postponed until next
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