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GEO. A. KIMMEL IN AGAIN
George A. Kimmel, of JNiles,
Mich., whose life in the last few
months has been a successor of
- operations for his memory, as at
tjie Robert Burns hospital pre
paring for the reopening of his
head to prevent his mind becom
ing the blank it was before there
cent operation performed on him
at the hospital
The silver plate, placed in his
head to prevent the skull pressing
on the brain, has become dislodg
ed by another freak of fate, which
has indulged its vagaries to the
limit on KKimmel.
Kimmel was sitting on the
porch of his cousin's Jiouse near
his old home, when a bolt of
lightning struck 30 feet from the
porch. One fork of the bolt
glanced ont6 the porch, knocking
Kimmel down, and loosening the
''silver plate in his head. He has
suffered intense pain since the ac
cident. The two women whom he
claims are his mother and sister,
still refuse to recognize' him, de
claring he is an impostof, and that
the real Kimmel, in whose insur
ance policies they were the bene
ficiaries, is dead.
' London. Reported that starv
ation among families of striking
dockers is growing so rapidly that
government will be forced to in
tervene. The scire of Ulm Cathedral.
World, rises 530
highest in the
ed frdm the
Police investigating death o
Mrs. Annie M. Zimmerman, 1631
Winona st. Believed to have
been caused "by operation.
Harry Gilmore, the man who
told the police he was the affinity
of Mrs. Rene B. Morrow, believ
ed irf hiding in Chicago. Police
searching for him.
Mrst Morrow says she hopes
the police find Gilmore, because
she wants to call him a liar, a cow
ard and a cad to his face.
Mrs. Morrow's trial is proceed
ing very slowly, owing to the dif
ficulty of getting jurors willing
to serve, or, willing to serve, ac
ceptable to both sides.
Jack Johnson has done opened
his cafe de Champion on 31st st.,
and is swelling around bigger
than life and twice as natural
Joe Nicola, 21, 1644 N. 55th st,
stood on corner of Dearborn and
Van Buren sts. and show own
thumb off. City physicians will
examine Joe's head.
Aurora, 111. Henry Artlip.
heard cry for help from water.
Disrobed. Jumped in. Some
body on shore took watch and $9
Washington. Before senate
campaign expenditure committee,
Tom Taggart, who was chairman
Democratic national committee,
1904, said that he had burned
books. Couldn't remember who
had contributed. N
Washington. 3 steerage pas
sengers from Havana plague zone
taken from steamer at New Or
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