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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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"MOTHERS, WHAT DOES BABY COST? WHAT
SHOULD A BABY COST?
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$10,500 JgLj
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PAYS OUT
FOX HOUSEHOLD
EXPENSES
$ 15,000.00
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bill is
$2,62.5.00
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$1,250.00
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How Baby Astor Separates Himself From His Money
In the city of Chicago $20,000 per
annum supports 40 whole families
whose annual income apiece aver
ages $500; or 20 families whose in
come averages $1,000, or ten famil
ies who think they live mighty well
on $2,000 a year, but
John Jacob Astor, born August 14,
1512, after his father, CoL John Ja
cob Astor, lost his life in the Titanic
disaster, simply cannot manage to1
exist on a paltry $20,000 a year! The'
court has allowed his mother. Made-
leine Force' Astor, that sum, for thQ
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