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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1912, Image 15

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pitcher now with Stnith Bendt
nas been bought by tlie White;
Sox.
St, Louis Browns have sold
Shortstop Hallinan to Memphis
of the Southern League.
THE VICTIM ANE!THERS IN POISON CANDY CASE
hr SlJi mW fe: -
P M1
i Hamilton, 0, Aug.-r-Iarge
C picture is- of Mrs, James Bruce, a1
$ T Bride of a month, whdse -husband,
g.t is alleged, sent 'herabox' of,
candy to the hQspitaKwheresh&
,was lying-sick. ' '
She -didn't eat any' but" treated
1 a party of girl f riendsKwhb visited
-her. AH became side, and1 Miss
Rose Ziepe, who is seen in fhe
--smaller picture, died. The ttfird
pcture is that of the bridegroom,
who is in jail'pending'an examin
ation of the contents of Miss
Ziepe's stomach.
It is alleged that Mrs. Buuce's
mother compelled Bruce to marry
her daughter-
An "Uncle Tomfe Cabin" com
pany was startingto parade in a
small New England town when a
big gander-from a farmyard near
at hand waddled to the middle of
the street and began to hiss.
One of the actors turned
toward the fowl and angrily ex
clainied:"' "Don't be so quick to jump at
conclusions. Wait till you see the
show." ,

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