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QUEEN AND PRINCESS DO THEIR SHARE TO
AID WOUNDED SOLDIERS OF THE ALLIES!
(The queen and Princess Mary -of England are doing their part to help
wounded soldiers returned from the front They are shown Ftere going to
a benefit performance of "Peg o' My HeaYt" given to aid wounded Irish
BIG MINE STRJKE CALLED
Shamokin, Pa., Aug. 17. Seven
teen thousand miners are on strike
in this district today following re
fusal of a few men, at each operation
of two big companies to join union.
Brownsville, Tex. Gov. Dunne of
DL. his wife and staff arrived todays J
A tailor predicts the return of the
cutaway. What fun it will be to see
them on others.
Dallas, Tex. National guardsmen
are being driven to desperation by
their enforced Idleness on the bor
der and are choosing the two .most
precarious methods to get home
desertion and self-inflicted" wounds.