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LABOR OFFICIALS ASK AID FOR
ALD. RAY IN 13TH WARD 5
Union labor wants Aid. Prank H.
Ray renominated as Republican can
didate for alderman from, the 13th
"We are especially desirous for the
nomination of Mr. Ray because of his
'unfailing endeavors at all times for
civic honesty and betterment, and be
cause of his continuous fight in the
city council in behalf of the interests
of labor " reads part of an appeal to
day delivered to 13th ward voters.
me appeal was signed by John
Fitzpatrick, president, and E.N.Nock-
les, secretary, of the Chicago Federa
tion of Labor; Victor A. Olander, sec
i retary, and W. G. Fritchie, vice presi
dent, of the Illinois State Federation
of Labor; W. A. Neer, president, and
F. F. Neary, secretary, of Teamsters
and Chauffers' joint council; John L.
Devring, organizer for the teamsters'
union, and J. O. Safstrom, secretary
treasurer Bakery Drivers' union.
Washington. Indicated that Judge
Joseph H. Shea, Seymour, Ind., will
be named by President Wilson to fill
post of ambassador to Chili, left va
cant when Ambassador Fletcher was
transferred to Mexico.
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