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I saw myself as I sat bathed in the
glory of my first knowledge that
Sonny was coming to me. I took the
i dear girl in my arms and told her all
it had meant to me. We laughed and
cried together and then as women
will, we talked of the dainty clothes
and other necessaries she must have.
j All the world receded from us, ex-
" cept the world of motherhood and
for a little while we were both con-
(To Be Continued.)
CARRAN2A CLAIMS DEFEAT OF
El Paso, Tex., Jan. 6. That' Gen.
" Murguia has administered a severe
defeat to the Villistas near Jiminez
was the claim made in an announce
ment by the Mexican consulate here
Villa and Salazar are fleeing In an
U ' forces have been scattered in flight
The bulletin declares the Villista
dead, wounded and captured num-i
bered 1,500, while the losses sustain
ed by the government forces were
placed at 100.
LADIES' GARMENT WORKERS'
The smvnnrt nf thp Clhioarrn TTaA-
f " praMrm of Labor was riven the fttrikft
of the ladies' garment workers
! . against the shop of Nate Riback &
K'P. hall, 180 W. Washington. Qr
k ganizer O'Connor appeared, for the
K- C. F. of L. and spoke encouragingly
i'' to the strikers. The shops of Low
- enthal, 317 S. Market, and Arthur
I Weiss were unionized. Practically
j every employe of these two firms
jiA has signed with the union.
CREGIER ALUMNI ELECTION
T The Cregier School Alumni elected
the following officers last night: Loy
x is "Solomon, pres,; Harry Weiner,
vice presc; Sarah Purvin, se?y Mat-
ihilda Kramer, treas.:,Jos. Alpert
1 jand Jac. Rosenthal, serg'ts-at-arms. 1
NEW WITNESSES APPEAR IN
AUTO THIEVES PROBE
"Dutch" Englehart and Earl Har
ris were to appear before the grand
jury today and give further informa
tion as to the ramifications of the
auto thieves' trust, against which 12
indictments were returned yester
day. Englehart is said to have made
a more detailed confession since his
first disclosures of last October and
is expected' to be a witness for the
Jos. Weber, 2920 Southport av.,
politician and deputy municipal
court clerk; Wm. Callahan, Abe Kap
lan, Jos. Mandelbaum, Louis Eitzel,
Jacob Miller, Harry Kasenick, Jos.
Scherman, Louis Cohen, Att'y R. E.
Westbrooke and Karal Stahulak
were indicted yesterday as a result
of Hoyne's probe of bondsmen's ring.
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OVERALLS FOR WOMEN .SILK,
SATIN AND COTTON x
New York, Jan. 6. Overalls for
Overalls of silk, overalls of satin,
overalls'' of cotton, overalls in dots
and .stripes and checks, are being
manufactured by one of the largest
manufacturers of the bifurcated gar
ment, hitherto sacred only to men.
The women are going towear 'em,
too. It's all due to the war, they1
The overalls have already been
adopted in 'one New York factory
for women employes and many
women are wearing them to do
household work. Large overall or.
ders'have been placed by department
stores in anticipation 'of the new
GERMANY DEFIES WOMAN AND
' BOY WERE EXECUTED
Berlin, via Sayville Wirejess, Jan.
6. "Absolutely untrue" was the de
nial registered by the press bureau
today to a report published in foreign
newspapers that a woman and a 13-year-old
boy had recently been shot
as spies, in Nasseln, Belgium.