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Icq skates have been laid to rest
for this season.
Mary Green has started the ball a
rolling by getting out her jumping
It is rumored that a lot of young
sters have requested their mothers to
sew up the moth holes in their bath
Some men who are old enough to
want to feel like kids again have
brushed up their horse shoes or
Sam Speed's mother is sewing up'
a pair of B. V. D.'s for Sammy to use
as a track suit
UNIONS MORE THAN FAIR
Philadelphia, March 30. There
will be no barrier between union and
nonunion workers in the effort to
mobilize skilled workers to jnan navy
yards and arsenals in event of neces
sity, says C. F. Scott, international
deputy organizer of boiler makers,
and Wm. A. Kelton, business agent
of machinists of this district.
NEW YORK'S EAST SIDE JOINS SENIOR POLICE
- TO HELP GUARD CITY DURING WAR
mmm wanted i
Young men from New York's east side are being recruited into the
Senior Police force, to help the regular force keep order in time of war.
The Senior Police is an outgrowth of the Junior Police of the east side;
organized by Hurry Schladt Schladt wants 5,000 men for his organization.
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