Chicago's Luck

Lucky the mother whose sons succor her in an hour of need. Luckier the mother whose sons, in their time of plenty, come with filial presents and a heart of gratitude. Chicago, mother of vast fortunes in grain, machinery, mail-order goods and department store wares, last week rejoiced over two costly filial presents. From John G. Shedd, aging board chairman of Marshall Field & Co., came a third million to add to two he had promised for the construction of a ne plus ultra city aquarium in Grant Park. From Julius Rosenwald, president of...

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