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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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BRINGING VERA CRUZ WOUNDED HOME
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Lakeville, N. J. Clarence Hum
phrey started honeymoon by running
over his mother-in-law and breaking
her arm.
Carrying a U. S. marine, seriously
wounded in battle at Vera Cruz, from
the hospital ship "Solace" at the
Brooklyn navy yard; other picture is
of a bluejacket with bandages covar-
ng the ugly wound3 made by "snip
ers" in Vera Cruz.
SEE BRICK STRIKE END
Representatives of the brickmak
ers' union and the brick trust came to
an agreement yesterday in regard to
the working hours of the men. An en
tire settlement will be made within a
day or two
The Scale committee meets today
to ratify the compromise on the wage
difference.
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