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MILITIA GUARDING RAILROAD TUNNEL
"SOMEWHERE IN NEW YORK"
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Here Are Solders of the 71st New York Regiment Guarding a Railroad
Tunnel "Somewhere in New York' State," Near New York City.
TEACHERS' PENSION BILL. TO
GET 0 K?
Hearings on teachers' pension bill
began yesterday in house at Spring
' field. Attempts of the Jake Loeb
faction of the Chicago school board
to amend the bill so as to take away
control from the teachers and place
it in the hands of the school board
were predicted. Ida L. Fursman,
president Teachers' Federation, and
Margaret Haley, business represen
tative, told members of the federa- vator boys if their present runners
JioiLthat outlcKikls-goodloj'teach- are. needed for military .servica,
ers having six and school board three
representatives on pension board.
Milwaukee, Wis. Blizzard backed
up by one of most terrific windstorms
of year threatened much damage
over Southeastern Wisconsin.
Buenos Aires. Reports persisted
here today that British cruiser had
sunk German sailing raider Sea Ad
der. No confirmation obtainable.
New York. Apartment house
owners arranging to install girl ele-
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