Annie Wallace "Out of Work"
' ; on or MRS. WALLACE ODT OP WORK. District Assembly No. 40 to Dlscnsa the Matter of Her Uemoval. Another interesting time is expected sext Sunday at the meeting of District Assembly No, 49, when the report of the Board of Trustees is presented. Among other things the matter of the employment of a janitor will be disoussed. The widow of William Wollaoo has been filling tbe place since the death of her husband. Wallace was a mem. ber of the Executive Board of District Assembly Assembly No. 75, which is composed of stroet rail-wov rail-wov employees. Mrs. Wallace was removed to give place to a young man. As Mrs. Wallace is unable to support her children, several of them will be placed in charitable institutions. Tho selection of a new Exocutive Board is also to como up again boforo tho Assembly. The question as to whether it shall be elected by tho delegates or oppointed by tho Master Workman will bo discussed. It is thought that another postponement of the matter will bo tho result.