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nels -with high-speed trains will solve
the problem. In my opinion more
high-speed cars above ground Is all
that's needed now. Also more lines.
I will be interested to see, what the
commission will recommend on a
West Side cro'sstown elevated. The
studies of traffic flow made by the
commission will show the need for
such new lines."
Seattle, Wash. Bomb explosion
partially wrecked pier on which it I?
believed supplies for Russia wer
Washington. Ptans for mediating
Mexican question halted by declina
tion of two of three American com
. missioners to serve. Justice Brandels
one who declined.
- New York. So frugal was Lfna
Natherny, maid in a doctor's family,
that she left $10,000 when she died.
All willed to employer.
New. York. Don, a wolfhound
"actor," well known to movie fans,
has disappeared. Movie company
will pay $500 for his return.
London. During last year gov
ernment spent $10,000,000 for jam
for British soldiers.
New York. Wm. Benbel, candy
manufacturer, . advertised slogan
"sweetness." Never allowed it to en
ter his home, said wife, who wants
THEY'LL HELP SETTLE MEXICAN-
. Here are the three men appointed
byTthe Mexican de facto government
to meet three Amricaiv commission
ers to adjust differences between
Mexico and the United States.
, - The are (top) Ingeniero Alberto J.
ani, general manager of the consti
tutionalist railways of Mexico; (cen
ter) Luis Cabrera, president of dele
gation and sec'y of finance and pub
lic credit, and Ignacio Bonillas, sub
secretary in charge of ministry of
communications and public works..
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