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and Grace streets, and in Terminal
hall, Spalding and Lawrence av.
Other speakers are Tomaz Deuther,
Mary McDowell, Aid. Robert M.
Buck, Hugh Reid, Andrew P. Can
ning, George Schilling, Rev. Fred A.
Moore. On March 21 27th ward vot
ers are to hear Graham Taylor of
Chicago Commons, Harriet Vittum
of Northwestern University settle
ment, and Agnes Nestor of Woman's
Trade Union league speak for Ken
Aid. Buck in 33d ward has issued a
statement that D. I. JarTett is "free
from crooked political partnerships."
GIRL CLERKS OF DEPARTMENT STORE DRILL
WITH GUNS IN WAR PREPAREDNESS
(Copyright, Underwood & Underwood.)
First group of American would-be Amazons. These girls are clerks,
of the Shepard department stores, Boston, drilling at Fenway park, the
biggest baseball field in the world, to be ready for the war call if the United
States needs ihem for home defense.