People: Jul. 23, 1928

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Louis W. Hill Jr., grandson of railroad pioneer, James J. Hill, and nephew of Queen Marie's entertainer, Sam Hill, was promoted to trainmaster of the Butte division of his father's Great Northern Railroad.

Baron Dewar, famed British whiskey distiller, has a new quip: "I am told that the infallible American method of testing bootleg whiskey is to drop a sledge hammer into it. If it sinks, the stuff is poor, if it floats, good, and if it dissolves, perfect."

Prince George, fourth son of Britain's George V, was assigned to the...

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