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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 12, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 31',
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FAST MOTOR CRUISER MAY BE "WAR PATROL
lj - 1 . '
. TKL is a Sea-Sled cruiser photographers it sped over the waters of
Boston harbar at a rate of 34 milesan hour. It is the fastest cruising
motor' boat in thSvorld and in event of war.Uncle Sam would Tse many
squadrons of "Sea Sle"ds" for coast.patrol. This boat is ownedby Miltoni
C. Wilson. The craft is 38 feet over all, has 8 feet beam, and draws only
18 inches. A 300 h. p. motor supplies the power.
It-all depends on whether
YOU'VE GOT THE DOUGH OR NOT
These stories belong to ene pic
ture in one irame, so we hang them
New Vnrlrf. T.awranna PaiJuv
Thaw, 17,Wfao received a fortune
irom niB mother, thelate Frieda U
Marsh, needs $25.00O"k vear. accord
ing to report of Referee Joseph Mc-
m 1 i. e-i .
jiuan.y iu surrogate uouaian.
Frank G. Turner. Thaw's eruardian
said the youth needed. $5,000 a year
ior rent oi nis apartment, $iz,y(H for
household expenses, $1,500 for edu
cation, $1,200 for clothing, $3,500 to
maintain his. automobile, $1,500 pin
l money and $3,000 for incidentals.
. "yThe boy has made a most favor
able impression on all with t whom he
has some in contact," -tbfe referee
said. AKe is intelligent, modestly
self-reliant and posses judgment be
yond his age."
Barberton, O. Grim neeeststy and
Mrs. OraHa. AWntvrA -vem.ro. rl?
Jiave battered tie Jaigb. cost, of ttyjay J jcourt was $7,593 po small lastjKaaiv
down to' 10 cents a day. The dime
covers food, clothine. fuel and other
necessities df life.
f. rr-t f.i ...hi. i." ...
vyi wKA raeumaitsm, sne
makes her own Way, sewing, wash
ing and peddling household articles.
She has struggled "with adversity
for 28 years.
Her diet consists' chiefly of rolled -oats,
corn meal and skimmed milk.
She makes herself oatmeal pan
cakes in the' morning. What is left
she fries in the evening and makes
corn mush, which she eats with a lit
tle skimmed milk. In the last six
months she has spent 1 for coal and
$1.50 for kindling wood.
New York. Mrs. Madelfnn Tal-
madge Force Astor. widow of Hoi.
John Jacob Astor, filed in the surro
gate's coujt her second accounting -as
guardian of her son, John Jacob
Sstor. now 4 years old. an'd AiswXnaA
the fact that during the last year it
has cost the child $75.60 a rfnv t
live, and thatthe allowance of $20,000
made to the boy ,in the surrogate