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MEAL TIME BEHIND "NO MAN'S LAND"
French position uenmd "No Man s Land" and French "poilu" prepare
ing his meal. His stove is made of empty tin cans and mud and he places
his food on a stick to hold it over the fire.
. FREIGHT CONDUCTOR GETS
$52,000 FROM B. & O.
J. B. Wilson, formerly a freight
conductor for the B. & O. railroad,
, was- handed $52,000 for personal In-
, juries he sustained while on duty for
the road when the IT. S. supreme
vcourt sustained a $45,000 verdict
reached in Judge Heard's court in
.thiS'City and added $7,000 for costs.
. Evidence showed that Wilson had
been worked during all but six hours
in the 72 preceding the accident in
jwhich he was run down by a switch
MRS. M'LENNAN MAKES DENIAL
Denials that she loved Att'y Everett-Jennings,
in suit for divorce, were made yester
day by Mrs. Edna McLennan. She
says she met Jennings only as his
Hugh McLennan owns several
blocks of apartment buildings on the
S. CENSUS GIVES CHICAGO
There are. 2,497,722 people, in Chi
cago if the U. S. census bureau
figures are to be taken as accurate.
This makes Chicago second city;
New York has K.R02.841. Philadel
phia is third with 1,709,518.
These figures are somewhat lower
than those prepared by local statisti