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end appeal for votes with 'Madison
Square garden meeting, New York.
Washington. Gen. Qarranza will
probably-visit United States for first
time -soon. Has been invited t6 at
tend Panama-California exposition,
San Diego, on "Mexico days," Dec.
16 and 17. .
Nqw York. During the weak Red
Cross shipped 55 tons of clotHlng for
-Armenians and Lithuanian refugees
Wellesrey, Mass. Unlimited i fund
set aside by Ford Motor Co., Detroit,
for treatment of crippled ,children
throughout country, Rev. S. S, Mar
quis, head of Henry Ford's educa
tional dep't, announces.
Brownsville, Tox, First III. caval
ry gets 150 new horses.
Anbury Park, N. J. Amplification
of his position on 8-hour law and at
tack on Republican charges of'sec-
tionalism will feature Pres. Wilson's
"early campaign speeches.
Los Angeles, Fran krOuve, Japan
ese aviator, killed in 100-foot fall.
CHI. FEDERATION OF LABOR TO
ELECT OFFICERS SUNDAY
The Chicago Federation of Labors
will hold its annual election of offi
cers tomorrow at 175 W. Washington
st. John Fitzpatrick, president, and,
Edw. Nockels, secretary, are unop
posed for re-election. Nominations
ior legislative committee (five to,be
elected) are: A. C. Anderson, paint
er; J. J. Bruce, elevated railway;
Hugh Cambert, press feeder; Conrad
Lewark, sheet, metal "woi'ker; Jos.
W. Morton, fireman; &' A. Pjanse,
pressman-; Steecfr Sumner, milkman;
Margaret Haley, teacher.
Some writers have a wealth of
thought, and all have a thought of
Any old bachelor with njenty'of
money can obtain a situation as a
, o o
Mrs. Harriet M. Martin, age 96,
works r i "office girl" for a physi
cian In Newcastle, N. H.
HUGHES REVIEWS ROOKIES WITH GEtf. WOOD ,
Charles E. Hughes is shown here witn Gen. Leonard Wood reviewing,
1,000 rookies at the. citizens' draining camp, Plattsburgh.-N. Y. -
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