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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1912, Image 12

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By that time it hadjassed the
stage where an apology would
end the matter. Either the fore-
y man "had to g6, or the gifls would
not come back into the factory.
Thc-superintendent, fired the
foreman on the, spot.
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Green Bay, Wis., April 30.
Thewnevspapers,which yesterday
Philadelphia. Her husband is al
her bedside.
married George Randolph Ches-T
ter, the author, to Laura Minnie
Cornelius, princess of the Oneida
Indians, can now spends some
time tin entangling themselves.
Their job will be none the eas
ier because of the enthusiastic
s way they went to it) yesterday
and this morning. They not only
married George to the Princess
Laura, they carefully unmarried
him-from his second wife, the
J former Lillian Deremo, artist
and illustrator.
ThehusbaruTf the Princess
Laura is OrrfrrjpCellog, and ICej
log is "his really and truly name,
by vir,tue of the legality of fie
marriagexof his father and moth
er. -" N r
Further Kellbg is nothing so J
romaxic as -an aurnor. ii is just
possible, however, that he mighty
De able to snow unesters crea
tion, "Get-Rich-Quick-Walling-
j lord," a few things.
Kellog is a real estate dealer bi
"Fairfield, la. He also is a pros
perous real estate dealer, 'which
means he is- softie financial artist.
Mrs. George Randolph Ches
ter is in th& General Hospital. I
IHtoL fTm women i
There is much grim, .sardonic
laughter among those who are
familial figures; in the gilded
cafes aroufuTBroadway and 42d
street, New York. j
The "sporting mehr who read -
in the pappfs the yna'gnxative ac-
LUUU13' Ul Lilt -iJllUlDUl Ul Lillet
gamblers oji J;he 'Ttajrfic are
chucklingKat th&Crtisapplied im
agination othCreporters. '
Some of these reporters who
,had read Bret Harts' famous
'stpry, "The Outcasts 6iPoker
Flat," in which a gambler dies to ""
saye a woman, were carried away'
and described the behavior of
"Doc Stud" and two comoanions
A -V-
ttS-LlUlV 11C1U1L. X liC V LU1U uuw
.tHese'three gamblers, who Were
on the Titanic to fleece rich pas
sengers, '"played Jthe gante"
square" at the efld; how they
helped thejvomen and Children
aintb the lifeboats and then
stepped back tp die. V
But the gamblers did not die
rC5i jA.'
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