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burglar I have ever seen," said Mr.
I ran back into the room. I don't
know just what happened, but when
I saw Mr. Smith ten minutes later
the knuckle of his-hand was bleed
ing, and he said
Well, never mind what he said. But
I think heaven that my eyes were
opened to know the. true from the
tinseled the night before my marriage.
SEA TRAGEDIES TOUCH TWO CHUBBY BABIES;
. MAKE THEM HEIRS TO GREAT FORTUNES
T303AN BSfNES OOPRN
John Jacob Astor. Jr., and Alfr
When the sea claimed a son of the
Vanderbilt family, and the head of
the Astor family two little babies still
in pinafores became heirs to the two
greatest fortunes in America. ,
If they live to be 21 years old they
will probably be heads of two of the
great fortunes of the world.
Little Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt is
the son of Alfred Gwynne Van
derbilt who went down with the Lusi-
ed Gwynne Vanderbilt, Jr.
tania. The baby will share
father's fortune of $70,000,000.
Baby John Jacob Astor, the child
that was born to Mrs. John Jacob
Astor after Col. Aster's tragic death
on the Titanic, will inherit a fortune
of $10,000,000 when he is 21.
The Astor baby will be three next
November; the little son of the Lusi
tania victim will be three in September.