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Chi. Single Tax club will be ad
dressed by Parker H. Sercombe at
Schiller hall, 64 W. Randolph, Fit, S
p. m., on "Statistics as a Guide to Ad
ministration and Legislation." Wm.
A. Stuart will speak on ''The' Single
NEW ZEALAND WORKINGMEN SEND SONS TO
know Dick's comment on it."
Later in the afternoon I got it in
a telegram from Pittsburgh which
was Dick's first stop. It was laconic
and much to the point:
(To Be Continued.)
FIGHT AND GIRLS TO NURSE WOUNDED
Working BOys in New Zealanu tnlist Tor War, While Their Sisters Preparo
to Nurse Men Hurt in Battle.
Auckland, New Zealand. The working man of New Zealand is suffer
ing greatly under the burden of the war. His sons are filling the majority
of the places in the army that fights against the Huns. His daughters go
to the front as Red Cross nurses, leaving their richer countrywomen secure