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The victims of the Nov. 8, 1897, poisoning were (from left) Louis Belew, sister Susie Belew and Louis’ livery stable employee Bruno Klein. Klein later realized his luck at having eaten so little for breakfast that day. (Gregory Proch illustration, based on a San Francisco Call illustration)

<em>The victims of the Nov. 8, 1897, poisoning were (from left) Louis Belew, sister Susie Belew and Louis’ livery stable employee Bruno Klein. Klein later realized his luck at having eaten so little for breakfast that day. (Gregory Proch illustration, based on a</em> San Francisco Call <em>illustration</em>)” width=”600″ height=”321″ align=”middle” border=”0″ hspace=”0″ vspace=”0″ /></p>
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The victims of the Nov. 8, 1897, poisoning were (from left) Louis Belew, sister Susie Belew and Louis' livery stable employee Bruno Klein. Klein later realized his luck at having eaten so little for breakfast that day. (Gregory Proch illustration, based on a San Francisco Call illustration)
The victims of the Nov. 8, 1897, poisoning were (from left) Louis Belew, sister Susie Belew and Louis' livery stable employee Bruno Klein. Klein later realized his luck at having eaten so little for breakfast that day. (Gregory Proch illustration, based on a San Francisco Call illustration)