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2 LAST EDITION 2 O
FIAT JANITORS ARE OUT ON STRIKE
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday 1
VOL. 6, NO. 93 Chicago, Wednesday, January 17, 1917 398
IS MARSHALL FIELD
THIRD A REAL MAN?
Cochran Writes an Open Letter to the Heir to the Field
Millions, and Urges.Him to Can His Financial Wet
Nurses and Go. to Work and Get Busy
MARSHALL FIELD III.,
SOCIETY CIRCLES, CHICAGO, ILL.
Outside of what I read in the sassiety columns of the loop newspapers,
I don't know much about you except that you are a grandson and heir of
the original Marshall Field, founder of the enormous Field fortune. I see
by the papers that you play polo and take part in social functions. I have
read your grandfather's will, and know that while you and your brother
Henry are to get the, bulk of the Field fortune finally, you will not get your'
hooks on those millions until -you are 5D years old.
In the meantime, you are to be wet-nursed by trustees who are to
invest and reinvest most of Jfte income from the Field millions, so that by
the time you aad Henry are 0 you will have a fortune of at least $300,
000,000. 2 know, Marshall, th&t thousands of men, yfomtix and children ar
feiti main- - .. .li