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Hanks in the Flform Mean to Par
There will be a working woman's
division In the suffrage ''parade,
which will fall in line at 6 o'clock
Wednesday at Randolph st. and
Michigan av., under the leadership
of May Irwin and a band of 20
pieces. The Woman's Trade Union
league has issued a call to working
women to get in line and show that
they are strong for the vote. No re
galia is necessary, except sashes
which will b'e furnished by the league
when the marchers fall in line'
o o ' "
Canton O. 3 persons were killed
and 4 seriously injured. Penn. freight
train hit automobile.
EIGHT-HOUR DAY GETS BIG
BACKING FROM TRAINMEN
Denver, June 6. Enthusiastic
support of eight-hour day demand
was evident attriennial convention
of International Brotherhood of Lo
comotive Firemen and Errginemen.
Pres.- Wm. S. Carter, Peoria, 111., pre
sided. Delegates numbering 843 took
optimistic" view of pending negotia
tions with railroads.
Des Moines, la. Incomplete re
turns from 617 iOwa precincts show
women suffrage behind, the vote
standing 67.157 for, 70,779 against.
Ottawa. Emery John Mason, Chi
cago, in list of wounded in European
war given out by militia dep't
THE .OANCER,THE DOG
AND THE BEAR ON A LOG,
HAVING A, TIME.
"AH. SO SAID THE BRIM
YOUR 6RBE0 15 YOUR RUIN.
LIE LOW AND PAY HIGH
FOR YOUR JOY"
BUT THE DAHCER.
NO FIDDLER I PAY. .
I .WOWT ElEfcl COUGH
UP A DIME"
AND THUS ENDS THE TALE
OF FIPiER AND KALE
NOvq DRAW YOUR OWN
MORAL MY BOY.