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CITY HELPS POOR CUT FOOD COST
Mayor Mitchel's food supply committee, of which George. W. Perkln
is'chairman, is supplying New York with fish and other foods in an effort
to cut the high cost of living for the poor. The picture shows a butcher
selling Pacific coast swelts at six cents a pound. Women crowded stores
which co-operated in this way with the mayor's committee.
N. W. SIDE COMMERCIAL ASS'N
At meeting of Northwest Side
Commercial ass'n following officers
were elected to serve for 1917: John
S. Edwards, pres.; Jens C. Hansen,
1st vice; Soren T. Corydon, 2d vice;
Simon Klee, 3d vice; Jos. IL Noel,
treas.; Tomaz F. Deuther, sec'y;
John M. Williams, ass't sec'y.
The above with the following
members constitute the executive
committee: Roland Wilcox, Fred Pis
chel, F. E. Lackowski.'Chas. C. Brey
er, W. A. Wiebolt. Alfred Frerk. F. W.
Meier, A. J. Kowalski, Jr., Otto
Schulz and Herman Iloelscher.