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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 25',
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oodles of money with Uiat breaKiast
food he put on the market
" 'You see he has simply dropped
out of memory since he went to col
lege. I heard that his father said
when he went to Yale 'I'll make all
those snobs who thought they were
too good for my boy eat out of his
hand, and he certainly is making
good. That last idea of his when he
bought this house and all its furni
ture was a hummer.
"My home?" I -gasped.
"You mean the house you gava
away. Evidently you don't read the
papers, for last night in. headlines
across the front pages were the
" 'JACOB PERRIGREEN BUYS
' 'Will Soon Move in the Front Door
N of the Mansion Where He Once
Delivered Groceries at
" "Time Works Many Changes.' "
(To Be Continued)
MOTHER OF 180 (CATS) DIES AT SEA!
Mary, mother of 180, is dead!
Mary was the American liner New
York's famous cat, whose progeny,
presented to travelers by Capt. W. J.
Roberts, are now in the best Ameri
can and English homes.
Born on the New York in mid
ocean eight years ago, Mary became
the favorite of thousands of first
cabin passengers and the idol of the
New York's crew.
Two days after the ship left Liver
pool on the last trip, Mary died, tak
ing with her eight new-born kittens.
Kansas City. Park exclusively for I City park board, so women can en
jromen was established by Kansas i joy themselves "unmolested"