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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 29, 1912, Image 9',
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Strike; Area, All East of Chicago and North of Virginia.
Number ot engine drivers , " 29,084
Average daily pay, 1905 $4.28
Average daily pay, 1905,. . ..'... " $3.88
Average daily pav, 19Q0fj 1 1 . v ., r. ' $3.59
Total pay, 1910 .. . . . '.r "-$39,396,294
Average operating revenue Jper train mile. '. $2,234
Average operating -expenses per train mile.... $1.50
Total capital , -. . $3,041,886,610
Total funded debt .. . '. $3,715,164,683
Total dividends and interest, 1910. .. y . . $316,089,597
Total operating revenue . T. . . . $1,140,618,432
Total operating expense . '. $761,423,244
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ZION CITY IS STILL ON
THE WAR PATH
Waukegan, HL, April 29.
Zion City, seething over the anti-tobacco
war, and plastered
with signboard ordinances ma?
ing it wrong for thet citizens to
do anything but breathe and be
lieve in the .church, has ia brand
'new signvthis morning.
A big bulletin board with let
ters a foot high howl& to the
world that "tobacco is dirty, dia
bolical, degrading, detestable and
demoralizing." There would have
beeh more on the board, but OvJ not apprbachingtlkton the sign
erseer Wilbur Glenn Voliva could
not remember additional word
beginning with "d" except one
that would look out of place in a
If there had beenno tobacco
war declared, there would never
have been the new sign, with its , '.
circus-like words. Some uncoth
persons with no regard for the
sanctity of Ziori burned the old
sign Saturday night. Voliva
blazed in sympathy, and called
the vandals dicty, stinking Chi
cago bums. Slime langauge, but