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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 31, 1912, Image 9

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New York, Aug. 31.-
"richest man in America"
has for his wife a woman
so quiet, so unobtrusive,
that most people have
come to think, indeed, that
J. Pierpont Morgan is a
widower of years and
years standing.
But he js not. There is
a Mrs. J. Pierpont Mor
gan, and she is one of the
best-beloved women in the
world to those who know
her those few who can be
counted on less than all
the" fingers of her slim
Mrs. Morgan -is not a
woman-of the home pure
ly and simply. She does
not care for formal so
ciety ;jshe does not care for
extensive traveling; and
she does not care to meet
the great of the earth such
as Jier famous husband,
hobnobbing" with kings,
cardinals and luminaries,
might present to her, if
she desired.
Her great delight, in
steady is to be immured,
past all intrusion, in the
fastnesses of her house,
and there to be surround
ed by her children and her
grandchildren. Then she
is just the "mother" and
"grandma' she wished to
sfcrSat wffe of LZZ Sn?P o Mra- J" PiPnt M
hated man. So fond is Mrs. Mor-1 other day she traveled down the
gan: flf her grandchildren Jhat the, Hudson- from her country, home. ,
AjpSK ' ?&.

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