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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 10, 1913, Image 26',
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Col. Gaillard, late Panama .canal en
gineer, favorably reported on by
House Interstate Commerce Commis
sion. Laredo, Tex. 2,000 constitution
alists reported advancing on Nuevo
Galesburg, III. Board of Educa
tion will include course' in Swedish
language in curriculum at request of
Cincinnati. Estimated more than
30,000 workmen idle result of water
shortage by breaking- of five-foot
water main Saturday.
Dublin. Announced that trans
port workers' strike has been ended.
Men return to work today. Trouble
started in August.
New York. Divorce decree with
$7,500 alimony awarded Mrs. Rella
Abell Armstrong, wife of Paul Arm
strong, author of "The Deep Purple."
St. Paul. Mrs. Mary A. Redfield,
mother of Wm. C. Redfield, SeCy of
Commerce, bequeathed him Bible.
Left estate valued at $100,000.
Beloit, Wis. Wm. Kruger, 65,
struck by Milwaukee road switch en
St. Louis. Wm. C. Nixon, pres.,
and Wm. B. Biddle, vice-pres. 'Frisco
railroad, resigned as officers. Re
tained offices as receivers.
Racine, Wis. Smallpox in mild
form prevalent in suburban county.
Board of Health advocates general
Racine, Wis. Andrew Bonn, 60,
fell down cellar stairs. Fractured
four nbs and cut head. May die.
Minneapolis. Thousands of car
casses of deer and moose left in
woods because unseasonable weather
made it impossible to transport meat.
Bryan, Tex. Body of Henry Mar
tin, gen. mngr. Int'l & Great North
ern Railroad, recovered. Martin lost
life in flood rescue work.
Lansing, Mich. Boys under 21
who snloke cigarettes in public places
liable to arrest
Marion, Ind. Wm. Brown sen
tenced, to from 2 to 21 years' in prison
on charge, of murdering Constable
BILLY RANDOLPH ENTERTAINS
THE STEEL TRUST
The following is from Hearst's
New York Journal of Monday:
"Mr. and Mrs. William Randolph1
Hearst gave a dinner and 'Mexican
dance' at their residence, No. 137
Riverside Drive, Saturday night. At
the dance were 150 guests wearing
the gay costumes typical of Mexico
in her happiest mood.
"The art gallery, the library and
the reception room of Mr. Hearst's
home were thrown into one, making
a fine ballroom. The rooms were or
namented with flaming tropical
plants, among which sang Southern
birds of brilliant plumage."
A list of those present, including
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert H. Gary and
Stephen B. Mkins, followed the article..
"The hostess has conferred a great
honor upon me, Miss Passe."
"She is so gracious and tactful, Mr.
Scraggs. By the way, what is the
"She has paired me off with you
"The spiteful old thing!"