Councillor A. W. G. Turner (vice-chairman) presided the meeting of this committee yesterday, and there were present—Aldermen Bir Otto Jaffe, J.P.; G. Doran, J.P.; Councillors Arthur Atkinson, Robert Gaffikin, and \V. J. Gilliland, F.R.1.8.A. The City Chamberlain submitted monthl
Speech by Lord Derby. The Earl of Derby, addressing meeting in Manchester last night in support of the movement for war service for women, said anyone who went to France just now would be much struck by the sight of women and old men tilling the fields right up the danger zone,
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