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to put a tlash of novelty into the
matrimonial records of diplo
matic circles are Miss Malvina de
Pena, daughter of the minister
from Uruguay, ahdJSenor Don
Alejandro Herquinigo, the second
secretary of the Chilean legation
Miss Pena came to Washing
ton about a year ago with her
parents. Though very beautiful
and very popular she passed by
all the suitors of other nationality
to give her heart and hand to a
man of her own country.
The wedding will be celebrated
in the early part of December.
EASTMAN ON THE JOB
Democrats willhav,e a new and
powerful influence to deal with
when it comes to passing out the
state and federal pie; and its last
name is John Eastman. -
Eastman owns the Journal and
loves Andy Lawrence about as
fondly as a Bulgarian loves the
sultan of Turkey.
While Hearst and Lawrence
were flirting with both Taft and
Teddy, and abusing Wilson as the
enemy of all foreign-born Ameri
cans, Eastman was plugging
away in the Journal for straight
From start to finish in the cam
paign the Journal supported Wil
son and Dunne, refusing to turn
over his columns to Hilles, Dixon
or anybody else to- take a fall but
of Woodrow; and wasn't secret
ly sympathizing with Deneen.
Now Hearst and Lawrence are
claiming all the credit far the
Democratic landslide, but East
man is sawing wood, and -getting
telegrams of thanks from Wm. J.
Bryan and Wm. F. McCombs,
Wilson's chairman, for his loyal
support of the straight Demo
So keep your eye on Eastman -when
Wilson and Dunne begin
passing out the pie. It's a cinch
that the Hearst followers will go
hungry while Eastman's friends
are sitting in the dining room
with their feet under the table.
And all because the Journal
was the only daily in Chicago that v
fought from start to finish for
both Wilson and Dunne.
HQME RULE FADING
London, Nov. 11. The chances
of home rule for Ireland began to
The administration was de
feated in the House of Commons
by a vote of 228 to 206 on the
financial clause of the home rule
bill. , '
This means that the adminis
tration will resign and a general
Unless the Liberals, 'who are
now in power, win the election,
home rulje will be lost altogether.
Even if the administration
wins, a'n entirely fresh start on
the bill will be necessary m the
The commons today adjourn-'
ed in wild excitement after the
defeat of the government.
Kilkenny Castle is one of the
oldest inhabited houses in the
world, many of the rooms being
much as they were 800 years ago
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