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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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LOVE BIRATE BREAKS WOMAN'S HEART AND
LEAVES TRAIL OF BAD CHECKS BEHIND
Bertha Keats Hamilton.
Oakland, Cal., July 10. Fred Keats
Hamilton, love pirate and forger who
claims to be heir to a $2,000,000 for
tune, is the center of a mystery that
involves two brides, a divorced wife,
another' wooed maiden and many
cipher telegrams.
Recently Hamilton married Bertha
Arlett of San Diego,' CaL, and. after
living with her about a'month eloped
with Mrs. "Johnnie" Mae Dunbar, a
rich widow, whom he married , at
Stockton Cal, The couple is noyrl
thought to be en route for New Yorc
state from which Hamilton cannot be
extradited except upon a felony
charge. He has sent back a couple of
ciphef telegrams to. Mrs. J. M. Kins
ley, sister of his latest bride. These
are the only clew the police have.
Investigation of Hamilton's career
shows him to be a heartbreaker by
profession. Here is his record:
He lias a divorced wife in Oakland,
previously unheard of.
He visited matrimonial agencies ft
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