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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 11, 1912, Image 8

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stroyed immense quantities
property and live stock.
"The general has received
many messages from his em
ployes in Chihuahua stating that
the rebels are doing great dam
age. The general hasn't any idea
as to the extent or value of these
depredations."
TerrazzaS' fortune is estimated
all the way from $150,000,000 to
$200,000,000. He owns 15,000,000
acres of land in Chihuahua, mosjt
of it sjtocked with cattle, horses,
sheep and live stock. He owns
two-thirds of the business and
residence buildings in the city of
Chihuahua.
He is 83 years old. He has 11
children, three sons and eight
daughters, several of whom are
married and have children.
of GREATLHOME RUN HITTER
UNSUNG HEROES
I would not wear a laurel wreath
For mighty men and great
Who won high honor on the field
Or proudly ruled a state.
My praise shall be for humbled
men ' i
Who do the worthier thing
The man who never asked a guest
To hear his daughter sing.
Oh, I would praise the nobler soul
Who kept a level head
And never told a fellow man
The things his baby said.
All glory be to that good scoutl
Whose wife was ne'er afraid
That he would wildly rave about
"The biscuits Mother made."
"Gabby" Cravath. "
Photographed at Fogel Field
Hot Springs, Ark.
C. C. Cravath led American
association batters last year. He
cracked out 29 home runs. Now
he is pinch hitter and utility out
fielder with the Phillies. He has
been in fast company before, but
failed to stick.
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