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NOON EDITION NOON EDITION
HUGH EULLERTON HAS JOINED THE DAY BOOK
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THE DAY BOOK
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VOL.3, NO. 124 Chicago Monday Feb. 23, 1914 , ONE CENT
MAN CHARGES HIS LIFE'S WRONGS
TO BROTHER WHOJS HIS DOUBLE
An Amazing Story In, Real Life That Seems As Imprbb
able as Fiction And Yet Alfred D. Oliver, Georgia
Banker, Has Gone Through Fire of
Hell for Another's Deeds.
Americus, Ga., Feb. 23. Twin
brothers, separated in early boyhood,
have furnished for the criminal his
tory of the South its most remark
able case of dual identity.
Alfred D. Oliver, ex-banker and ex-,
social leader,-has just stepped , out of
prison, after serving a sentence for a
crime, he alleges, was "committed by
his twin brother, Louis C. Oliver.
Also, Alfred served a four-year
sentence for bigamy because, Louis'
wife insisted that he (Alfred) was her
f The twin brothers look so nearly
alike that their friends, their rela
tives even, could not tell the one
from the other.
One twin grew up prosperous, re
spected, honest he has just come
out of a prison cell.
The other is alleged to have grown
into the "black sheep" and to have
committed the crime for which the
former was punished.
These Oliver twins were born 49
years ago at Climax, Ga.. They were
dressed alike, acted alike, and were
the image of each other. Even their
playmates did not know the difference.