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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 04, 1912, Image 1

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DR, WfLEY TELLS DAY BOOK READERS SOME
INTERESTING FACTS A&OUT FOOD
THE DAY BOOK
500 SO, PEORIA "ST ' J398 TEL. MONROE 353
VQll,lsg.l36' Chicago, Monday, March4; 1912 One Cent
"THE QUAKER GIRlJ," SOrTHEYTELLcUS,' HAS MADE
." THE BEST CAtCH Ot THESEASONr '
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She has "a pretty factMiss Inf Claire Mrs. Vincent .'Astor-to-be
Miss"Iria Claire, playing, the! title role 'in 'The Quaker "Girl,"
the youngest-of stars on the American stagegood'to look upon, and'
eighteen, hascaptured what New York terms "the best catch of the
season," in Vincent "Astbr, the orily son'of 'John Jacob. Astor, and
sole heir "'to the more1 than 100,0j)0)00 of the ,'J.' J. Astor fortune.
Just a few short weeks ago Miss Claire was'-singing in-a moving
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