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WOMAN HAS BIG JOB IN POLITICS
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Mft3 GEORGE. 8ASS.
A woman is on the national Demo
cratic ,committee; a woman heads
the spotlight in the Democratic cam
paign; a woman campaign manager
works shoulder to shoulder with
Vance McCormick, and a woman po
litical expert holds consultations with
Mrs. George Bass of Chicago is
chairman of the woman's bureau of
the Democratic national conunitee
and when the campaign is over, and
if it's a "Wilson year," she wUl be
one of the political powers of the
She is developing a capacity for
political management said to meas
ure up with the best of men folk.
Mrs. Bass directs the Democratic
campaign in the 12 states where
women vote for presidential electors.
MACHINISTS TO GET BUSY '
Die and Tool Makers, local 113,
I. A. of M., will begin winter cam
paign of organization Thurs, night,
with open meet at K. P. haH, 1705
Madison. 4 .
Wm. E. Rodriguez and grand lodge
members will speak. Unorganized
jnachinists and tool makers invited. I
FIRST OF NEW YORK SLAVE
GANG PLEADS GUILTY
New York, Sept 21. Gustave Ku
gelman, alleged to have ruined Carrie
Kaufmann, the young high school
girl who confessed to the police her
experience as a white slave, today
pleaded guilty to one of the three
white slavery indictments returned
against him. He will be sentenced
The Kaufman girl, a stenographer
in the office of a big New York cor
poration, confessed th'at after a flir
tation with Kugelman, he betrayed
her and then sent her on the streets
to make a living for him. She con
tinued to work as a stenographer,
earning $10 a week and entertaining
men at night, giving the proceeds to
Kugelman declared he was only 21
years old when he pleaded today. He
said he had once been arrested for
vagrancy in Lexington, Ky.
THINKS FIELD'S ARE IN WRONG"
Marshall Field & Co. is in a fair
way te get in bad because the store
is carrying out the orders of English
manufacturers and aiding in the
trade war against the Central Euro
pean powers started a few months
Fenske Bros., furniture manufacturers,-
wanted some burlap from
Field's. The big store would not sell
unless Fenske Bros, would sign the
British trade agreement not to re
sell without permission of the Eng
Fenske Bros, think this is a viola-.
tion of the U. S. trade laws. Att'y C.
H. Fyffeof the Dlinois.Mfrs' ass'n, big
business organization, thinks Fenske
Bros, is right.
Ernest Fenske, president of the
concern, stated last night that his
course of action against Field's had ,
not been determined as yet.
Hypocrites are men who think one
way and lead you to believe they
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