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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 29, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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LI AIDER'S WHOLE FAMILY CATCHES WAR FEVER
Prince Wilhelm, grandson of the
German emperor, and, if he lives, a
future emperor himself, riding with
officers of the army.
MANY BANK MEN ROBBERIES
A bank messenger, a paymaster
and a collector were robbed by a band
of robbers who evidetnly have made
Chicago their headquarters recently.
The robberies were reported to the
police to have occurred in broad day
light as many others have in the past
The men who were robbed are:
Frank H. Vogel, messenger for the
Ashland Twelfth State Bank, found
prostrate on elevated platform, savs
robbers stunned him and got away
pith satchel containing cash and!
checks amounting to $4,312.
P. C. Neilson, paymaster for the
Vulcanite Roofing Company, attack
ed in front of company's offices by
robbers, who fled with package con
Fred Glorch. collector for the Chi
cago Daily News, attacked on West
Adams street by a robber band that
failed to get Glorch's satchel con
Let the white woodwork havo
plenty of sunshine. " Too much shad
makes it yellow.