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THE TWO-GJJN MAN A STORY OF THE WEST,
BY STEWART EDW. WHITE, APPEARS INSIDE
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
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. VOL. 3, NO. 53 Chicago, Satoday, Nov. 29, 1013
OARD OF REVIEW CAUGHT JULIUS
OSENWALB PLAYING TAXDODGER
Chicago's Great Philanthropist Reported $500,000
Raised Over $2,000,000 Other Taxdodgers Who
Got Caught at It By the Board of Review
Sears-Roebuck Crowd Is Very Thrifty.
Chicago's pet philanthropist, Julius Rosenwald, two other members of
his family and three qther officials of the firm of Sears, Roebuck & Com
pany are shown as taxdodgers by 1913 records of the Board of Assessors and
the Board of Review. . N
For only last summer Julius Rosenwald filed for only $500,000 before
the Board of 'Assessors. And when the Board of Review went over these
figuresthey fixed his personal property at$2,510,917.
This is probably the most open and notorious case of taxdodging that
appears on the records of Cook county.
Augusta N. Rosenwald, 4907 Grand boulevard, -was not assessed by the
Board of Assessors,
The Board of Review then made an investigation and fixed her per
sonal property at $441,320.
Morris Rosenwald, head of the Rosenwald-Weil Clothing Company, a
brother of Julius Rosenwald, filed for $25,000 before the Board of Assessors.
When the Boatd of Review went over his property they fixed the amount
at $36,890 v
Albert H. Loebj 5017 Ellis-avenue, secretary of the Sears, Roebuck Co.,