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.BILLIE BURKE HAS A "BABY
MINE" ALL OF HER OWN
New York, Oct. 24. Remember
when Bilile Burke starred in "Baby
Mine"? She made a big hit with the
public and play must have made a
A big hit with her.
For now Billie Burke has got a
"Baby Mine" of her own. Monday
our old friend,' Mr. Stork, called at
the Ansonia hotel and left a little
daughter with Mr. and Mrs. Florenz
" Ziegfefd, Jr. The Mrs. in stage life
is Billie Burke and the Mr. in busi
ness lifeis the well-known theatrical
manager. Both mother and child are
- One of papa's orchestras should
strike up "Somebody's Coming to
Our House," in the past tense.
POLICE PREVENT ANTI-HUGHES
DEMONSTRATION BY WOMEN '
Denver, Oct. 24. Word was given
out today that the police would sup
press any counter demonstrations
which Wilson sympathizers might at
tempt to stage when the Hughes
women's alliance train arrived in
Denver this afternoon.
This announcement was made fol
lowing a visit to Mayor Speer and
, Safety Com'r Bailey of a delegation
J of women representing the reception
committee for the Hughes women.
The delegation declared it had been
given an.inkling that Wilson demon
" strations were beingplanned.
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VILLA STORMING CHIHUAHUA,
SAY JUAREZ REFUGEES
A El Paso, Tex., Oct. 24. Hundreds
Vof refugees fleeing Chihuahua City
streamed into Juarez during night
and early today bring confirmation
of reports of Villa's presence outside
Chihuahua City and an attack on
Northern Mexico capital is expected
at ahy moment -
Mexico Citv. Oct 24. Several of
most prominent military -and civilian
leaders of Mexico today pledged Qen.
Carranza their support in coming
presidential election, following meet
ing at home of Gen. Pablo, Gonzales
in Tacubaya last night
BOTH OLD PARTIES BEGIN DRIVE
FOR WOMAN VOTE
New York, Oct 24. Four million
women's votes aren't to be sneezed
t.t this presidential year.
The two big parties admitted this
frankly today, and said they're turn
ing every possible attention to woo
ing the suffragette ballots."
Each side claimed the majority of
the women would be for them, but
each was just as frank in admitting
that it's hard to tag women voters
and that there'll be much indepen
As the Republican woman's branch
put it :"The women will notote as
their husbands, brothers and sweet
The Democratic camp said: Suf
frage will not be a determining fac
tor. Women will reason for them
selves and vote as they see fit though
we believe they will see that Wilsoi
is their best hope."
They are very earnest folk these
women campaigners. A few around
headquarters of both parties looked
as though this hunt for the elusive
vote might be a fad, hut for the most
part htey had their coats off and
Democratic women are busy mail
ing out literature to prove that the
children's bureau, the commission in
industrial relations, the child labor
bill, and even the federal reserve act
and rural credits measure, are big
arguments why Wilson should have
the women's vote.
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BIG BILL WAS LATE TODAY
Mayor Thompson was not at his
office at his usual hour this morning.
About 10 o'clock every morning the
past two weeks he has been regular.
Today he was scheduled to arrive at