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&ELEN KELLER RIDING IN GREAT PARADE OF
SUFFRAGISTS IN BOSTON CAMPAIGN m.-mzmzzzmm iUwaaia'"''Tri i ii Helen Keller, shown at the left, was unable to see the crowds that linedBoston's downtown streets for the recent suffrage parade, in which she was photographed, but her face beamed with smiles as she "heard" the cheers for "votes for women." ANNOUNCEMENTS. The 10th ward branch Socialist party -will hold open-air meetings this evening on the corner of Marsh field av. and 12th st Speakers: Dr. Henry Brownstein, David Etskowitz and Henry Morris.t chairman. ." All Chicago locals of international moulders' union -will hold special meetings tonight to elect business agents. Second ward Socialists will hold meeting 31st and Calumet av. to night Mme. Alexandra Kollontay, noted Continental Socialist, will speak in Masonic Temple drill hall, Sunday, 3 p m. Subject: "Nationalism vs. Internationalism." SURE ENOUGH "I wonder why there is so much gossip in a boarding house?" "Possibly because there are so many 'roomers there, I guess." o o UNUSUAL "Any unusual symptoms about that new case of yours yesterday, doc tor?" "Yes, he paid me $50 on account" o o Wall st. will attempt to stop specu lation in "war bride" stocks.' The first step is elimination of the "war groom." Just because a husband isn't inter ested in his wife's welfare is no sign that a farewell wouldn't be interest ing to him. L . fc.