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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 22, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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Gladys- Ii-ialls
for a society leader, horsewoman,
golfer and ardent Red Cross worker
to become a chicken farmer. But
Washington society has come to ex
pect the unexpected from Gladys In
galls, daughter of the late president
of the Big Pour and other railroad
systems, and so they were not sur
prised when it became known she
was to take up chicken raising. Miss
Ingalls has already purchased the
property." near Hot -Springs- and
erected the buildings for the brood
ing of her flocks.
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SONGBIRD TELLS OF VISIT TO
LINER LADEN WITH MAIMED
E.JEAN" H?TAMANNY
She has just returned from Italy,
where in the bay of Naples she vis
ited the giant Cunard liner Aquita
nia, laden with 2,400 wounded Tom
mies from the Dardanelles. "I can
not find words to adequately de
scribe the scene," says Miss McTam
many, who is an Akron, O., girl and
a grand opera singer. "The bodies
of nearly half of those I saw were
broken, torn or with missing mem
bers." s
Japan and China have existed and
increased without one of the articles
of diet which to America seems an
essential milk. There is practical
ly no .production of milk in either ..of
these countries,- - i
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