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ONE CENT--noon EDmoN-lflfE CEBT
BREAK BACKBONE OF DOBLIN RIOTS
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 5, NO. 183
Chicago, Monday, May 1, 1916
MARSHALL FIELD IV. ON
Stork Plans a Visit to Merchant Prince's Home Soon ;
Family Awaits Destiny of Fourth Generation Heir
j A Billionaire Youngster.
Chicago's richest and most widely-known
' family is waiting and
watching to see what the story is go
ing to bring.
The month for the arrival of the
story is July. And if it's a boy Chi
cago's richest and most widely
known family will have a Marshall
Field the Fourth.
Marshall Field the Third and his
wife will be moved in May from
Aiken, N. C, to Long Island, N. Y.
The prospective mother was Evelyn
Marshall of New York and at the
Long Island lodge will be in town
with all her old friends.
Every sacred law of common sense
and modern science, besides every
thing that can be attained with
money, is being utilized to help the
forces of nature, it is said. All re
ports are that Mrs. Field is in splen
did physical health. When she played
golf at the Onwentsia club at Lake
Forest last summer, her lithe, sinewy
figure was the subject of comment
and admiration. She looked an easy
bet to outrun her husband or outlast
him in physical feats.
If the stork makes the trip with
safety and if destiny and the stars in
their courses are kind, then the baby
arriving in the Long Island next July
will be the most important child in
economic dominance that ever got
its name into Chicago newspapers.
Marshall Field EL, when he be
comes 50 years of age, will be the
owner of a fortune of at least $350,
000,000. In an article in Collier's