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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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1 ALL THE "GLASS'!'" IN KREISLER: FAMILY DOES
NOT BELONG TO' FRITZ; WIFE HAS SOME
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Mrs.'Frii'Z Kir easier
Mrs. Fritz Kreisler is not only the
"wife of a noted-man, but a person
ality in her own right, possessed of
a big brain and a big heart Her
husband, the "renowned Austrian
violinist, famous on two continents;
is donating his talent to the-sufferers
of the European war. ,
"My husband is. giving up the
money he makes out of v his public,
appearances to the.r.upkeep of. the
peedy who have been, made' penni-
f less by the dreadful war," said Mrs.
. Kreisler.
"Out of this, 'of course, must come
our hying- and sufficient money to
. support 43 ""orphans; whom I have
adopted.
I . "When T71V hushanri was hnnrilort
into a jcattle car and shipped oft to
the frdnt I' said' good-by to all my
friends and enlisted as a nurse. I
can't tell you of the suffering I saw,
of..the, heartbreaks I witnessed or of
thedesojatioal wasforced to realize.
-fc't.. . ' - . . . v .,".
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