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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 15, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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WIFE OF U. S. NAVAL OFFICER WHOSE BEAUTY
MADE HER LEADER IN CAPITAL SOCIETY
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Mrs. L. W. Clarke, Wife of Ensign Clarke, U. S. N.,
Woman and Noted Beauty.
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a Washington Society
FRANK WALSH UNABLE TO BE
HERE TOMORROW
Prank P. Walsh, chairman of the
U. S. commission on industrial rela
tions, telegraphed the CHicago Feder
ation of Labor this morning that he
would be unable to address them at
their meeting Sunday. He stated
that he was tied up in Washington
and didn't dare leave the capital for
three days.
Walsh is fighting a tremendously
powerful lobby. They don't want
congress to pass an appropriation for
the printing and freedistribution of
2,000,000 copies of the commission's
report The lobby is a hundred times
as powerful " as the one .'Barratt
O'Hara is fighting in the HI. legisla
ture, which is trying to stop the pub
lication of his vice report.
The federation tomorrow will go
ahead and appoint the committee on
industrial relations which Walsh has
asked them to do. This body will
act as a sub-committee to the federal
body in Washington and will work to
ward the industrial betterment Walsh
wishes to bring about in this country.
Other labor organizations throughout
the country have been asked to take
the same step.
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Mrs. Fannie Price, broken in
health, made room, 513 N. Clark, au
tight then turned on gas. Deads

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