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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 26, 1911, Image 19

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ago and then had fits of -violence
in which he would attack those
near him. He began to see double
and then became blind.
' Dr..Arthur J. Wallscheid, for
mer pupil of the Mayo brothers of
Rocheste, Minn., told the mother
there was only one chance in a
thousand that the chilH would live
through the operation ,
"Operate," ordered the mother,
"I would rather take this chance
of my boy recovering his sight
than have him go through life
The boy is, out-of the hospital
now, his temperament is normal,
heis able to . distinguish objects
and his sight is growing stronger
every day.
We note with pleasure that
Mrs. Emilie Emerson, of Balti
more, divorced wife of Capt. Isaac
E. Emerson, announces the mar
riage,, at Reigate, Erig., of. her
daughter, Mrs. S. HoUins Mc
Kim, divorced wife of Dr. S. Hol
lins McKim, to Mr. Alfred
Gwynne Vanderbilt, divorced
husband of Mrs. Ellen French
Vanderbilt. It 'is also cabled
from London that-the bride wore
a gray dress.
There had been much anxiety
over these young scions of noble
families. Alfred Gwynne was
known to be snooping around the
beautiful McKim widow (alfalfa)
pretty considerably, but there
was some fear lest, instead of
blending together, one of these
young hearts should place its
choice, on s.o.me party, without
any divorce experience whatever
Now, the social standings, the
fortunes and the court records
are united, which is nice. And
could anyone be more thoughtful
than the foreign correspondent
who cabled that she was married
in, a gray dress? Surely it was
worth the cable money to our
quivering social circles to know
that it was not a red, or yellow or
green dress, but just a quiet, lady
like gray.
We are also informed that it
was a' "pleasant wedding." This
is cheering, too, some weddings
are such "riotous, throat-cutting
affairs. Altogether, Era Emer-
son, is to be congratulated on this
match having been pulled off in
such fine" shape.
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Colder-r-Snow or
rain, followed by
fair weather late to
night and 'Wednes
day; for Chicago
and vicinity: cold.
wave; lowest tem
perature tonight 10
to 15 degrees above zero; high
east shifting to northwest winds.
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Congressman Malby may be
represents the Taft strength in
the House. One out of 301 isn't
bad for Taft.
It's a bad thing to have a repu
tation, for the public always in
sists on taking liberties with it.
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Boston is lucky in not having
to support two ball, teams.

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