W Post Visit to city of women from Cats-burg, I think.

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W Post Visit to city of women from Cats-burg, I think. - MAY 20 1916 CLERKS Group of Union MADE SOON...
MAY 20 1916 CLERKS Group of Union MADE SOON That Chosen Also With Ap Leader Tells of Recent Strike CAMPERS TO RAID CITY 500 Girls in Soldier Khaki to De - j scend on Washington Today j WILL BE GREETED AT CAPITOL Vice President and Speaker Clark to Tender Reception After Which Little Army in Automobiles Will Ride Away to Tour the Government Government Departments the repre members of Union of the the enact transaction decided on at the National between Ninth last night representative each group of The voting probably will weeks The other necessary business were Representatives meeting occurred Etheridge In a members to attempt of their own The from alL the American an address before explained the recent strike withdrawing strikers to Make of Labor to any one why the said that there men all over depended of Labor the affiliated to the letter in the District hinged kept What the agreement employe is not written on he Recent Strike the history of and of charter being he and his that was possible peaceable ending the agreement everything matters The of the Labor were not be overlooked the prestige of unable to stood sponsor KEPT UP Due to Strike International to The entire student body of 500 re - 1 crults of the national service training camp at Chevy Chase Including both the resident and day students will make the first organized raid on the city today when they will enter the city in automobiles to meet Vice President President Marshall and Speaker Champ Clark at 3 oclock The reception will be held at the Capitol The introductions will be made by Mrs Genevieve Clark Thomson daughter daughter of the Speaker assisted by Mrs James Hamilton Lewis wife of the senator from Illinois Mrs Thomson Is a resident pupil of the camp and on the commandants staff with the rank of lieutenant colonel Mrs Lewis Is a day student Will Visit the Departments Following the reception at the Capitol Capitol the young women are going to be taken on a tour of the principal points of interest and are to be greeted by f members of the cabinet at the several departments The girls will be clad In their khaki uniforms of course and it is expected that their raid will prove a novel event The girls are now thoroughly absorbed absorbed In their studies There is not the same large crowd of visitors and there Is consequently less to distract their attention Petty officers of the navy started the heliographlng class yesterday This was the first class In this work owing to the fact that the sun has not been right for it heretofore Much interest was displayed In this class yesterday Commended for Surgical Work Commendation of the volunteer work done by the young women of Washington Washington in fitting themselves as Instructors in surgical dressing classes the one compulsory course at the camp was voiced by Miss Nancy Mahan the Red Cross nurse in charge of this work Miss Mahan said They have been untiring in helping in every way That so many of the camp students have made excellent records is due to their zeal and patience The students had only a few hours each of class work before their examinations and I am proud of the Llnterest they showed In their work Washington Students on List - Mrs John M Harlan is the prize scholar of this course according to Miss Mahans report Other Washington Washington students on her list are - With rating good Florida Bartle Bradley Lane A Bourke Kathenne Burdette Elizabeth S Chase Suzanne Chase Mrs Durant Church Mrs Elsa Conner Katherine Covllle Mrs Luisa Dawson Miss Helen Flanner Evelina Gleaves Leila Gordon Ellen Has Cleveland Park Grace M Hills Anne Hopkins Mrs Samuel Kimberly Kathleen Kathleen Cassel Kline Claire Kirby Ruth Latimer Mrs A G Lott Catherine Mac Lennan Frances Mclver Zenida Merrlam Virginia O Mullins Edna C Murphy Caroline Ogaen - Jones Mrs F G Palmer Helen M Parker Mrs Jus - tlna Patterson Alice Peters Katherine Rawson Alice C Riley Mrs William B Rogers Juliet B Rublee Georgie Schofleld Linda Stuart Louise S Stone Pauline Stone A M Storey Sara T Watson Mabel S White I B Wimsatt Marie Sims Elizabeth Wllley

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 20 May 1916, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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