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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 25, 1912, Image 7

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with the baby grasped firmly in
his hand$. '
1 "'Twasdthin'," said Henry,
when the men cheeredand shook
his hand. Then hewent back to
v the tailor shop. ,
' t But he baby's father, B. J.
Grant, cashier jn a bank, wftTsee
' that Henrygets a college educa-
tion, besides 'tlfe hero medal.
Being one of the select sena
torial -society; se't in Washington,
is just a. part of Mrs.
'Claude A. Swan-
sons duties. At her
home4 in Virginia
sne -is a Jarmer,
owning one of the
best tobacco farms
in the Lynchburg
While her hus
band sits in his sen
ate seat, Mrs Swan-
son supervises the
farm "back home."
Farmers in northwest Canada
are using headlights on their trac
tdrs so they can work at night,
getting the spring wheat sown.
Br J
fir lie
Peoria,1 111., April 24. A new
state working agreement 'was
adopted by the Illinois branch of
the United Miqe Workers and
the Illinois operators yesterday,
and will go into force as s6dh as a
referendum vote is taken." It is
certain that the new -r agreement
will be ratified. -
Miners who have been otft
since April 1, returnedjro work in
, the majority of the Bituminous
regions today. - "
o o-l
- LeBus laugh a little bit ,
Aswe wander dbwn the ways
Throwing little wadsrdjoy
, All about tie pissing day
'Throwing littlefvyadsf joy"
doesn't mean igettlng tight and
j tossing beer Corks afrpassers by.
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