Foreign News: Sleep

Death came last week to Europe's greatest trader and trafficker in Sleep—Davison Dalziel, 74, Baron Dalziel of Wooler. From Finland's icy mountains to Egypt's torrid sands, tired travelers snore peacefully, each night, in the sleeping cars of the great company of which he was president—La Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits et des Grands Express Europeens.† Moreover Baron Dalziel was, up to the moment of his death in London last week, chairman of the British Pullman Car Co.—pioneers of such luxury services as the Pullman-Golden Arrow route between London and Paris.

As a young man Davison Dalziel showed journalistic promise which took him out...

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