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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 10, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN IN
"PEACCE" PLAN PORTRAIT
"WILLIAM U.S-RArf
This portrait of William Jennings
Bryan, to bang in the office of the
secretary of state, shows the peace
advocate holding a document sup
posed to be labeled "Peace Plan."
.Thei portrait spelling is "Peacce
Plan"! The artist,. Irving Wiles of
New York, will change this before
the portrait is hung. '
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TO CONSIDER CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT NEXT WEEK
Springfield, III., March 10. The
house has made the constitutional
convention resolution a special order
of business for next Wednesday
morning. The resolution has already
passed the senate. "
The report was current about the
house that Gov. Lowden will make a
short address before the house
Wednesday in favor of the resolution
He will point out to the assembly
men that Republican' members are
pledged by their platform to support
the resolution. It also is understood
a Democratic leader will make the
same plea to the minority.
Supporters of the resolution insist
it will receive 108 votes, or six more
than necessary to pass it.
Both houses adjourned until 5
o'clock next Monday afternoon.
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HUBBY MUST 'A SOLD A PECK
OF INDIANY SPUDS
New York, March 10. Mrs. Charles
H. Anthony of Muncie, Ind., who
.once caused a sensation by appear
ing in New York shod in slippers that
had diamonds set in heels, is again
the object of envy and admiration in
this city?
She appeared in fashionable prom
enade of Waldorf hotel wearing ring
almost two inches long, containing
three large diamonds, each about
three carats in size. Ring is present
from3Ir. Anthony.
In addition, Mrs. Anthony wore
pendant earrihgs two inches long,
set with 4ya-carat diamonds, and a
diamond necklace, and an armlet.
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Salonika. Mrs. Harley, sister of
Lord French, commander-in-chief of
British homev defense corps, died at
Monastir from wound received when
shell struck ambulance to which she
was attached.

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