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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 04, 1912, Image 26

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MRS. LITTLETON MAKES A POLITICAL SPEECH FOR
CONGRESSMAN HUSBAND
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Mrs. Martin
New York, Jan. 4. The wife
of Congressman Martin V. Lit
tleton is a great help to her elo
quent husband. Recently he was
unable to keep an engagement to
address a political meeting. Mrs.
Littleton went in his place and
made the speech.
W. Littleton.
And the oratorical brilliance of
Mrs. "Peggy O'Brien" Littleton,
her intimate knowledge of the big
political issues of the day, and
her sledge hammer directness in
dealing with them, forced the
big audience to rise, at the con
clusion of her speech, and cheer

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