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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1913, Image 6',
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atia told Jimmy sione, the secret
.service man, what he wanted Id Bay,
Thajurymeaiiad put on riew neck
ties in Roosevelt's .honor. Several of
them were greatly interested in
O'Laughlin's talk of "his travels
through Europe and were like pupils
listening to a school teacher.
O'Laughlin's testimony was almost
ft repetition of that of Roosevelt yes
terday in regard to drinks the Colonel
had taken at public dinners during
the- European trip.
All kind's of liquor were served, but
the Colonel stuck to his one glass of
. Louisville, Ky May 28. Colonel
Roosevelt is vindicated. He never
drank any mint juleps at all. He
bruised the mint.
It was the late Henry Pinckney,
negro factotum of the Roosevelt's in
the White House, who made the T, R.
juleps, and the recipe he left behind
"A. lump of sugar, a teaspoonful of
water and some mint leaves stirred in
vith the liquid."
London, May 28. The BritiBh
newspapers- today devoted lavish ac
tmts of CoL Roosevelt's libel suit,
on trial at Marquette) Mich. Several
of the papers printed boxes showing
'what the colonel drinks and what fie
does not drink, and for the benefit of
their British readers carried explana
tions of the mysteries of American
" 0 T 5 '
Tp BLAST FOR WOMAN'S BODY
St Paul,4Mtrm:, May 28. Explo
sives were .taken to X3Ke Como and
omciii"egan to blast lake in effort
to bring up body of woman who yes
terday cast herself into the water.
Thej. suicide Js beheyed to have
been Mrs. George P. Gebhardt, who
was separated from ,her husband,
Prof. Gebhardtr4)f Armour Institute.
She was alsojwell .known as a writer
under tfie "name of Helen Hale.
Pittston, Pa Stork visited home
of Nathan Vatone for twenty-sixth
time, leaving fourteen-pdund baby
Albany, N. Y. Alcohol bath, fol
lowed by application of flaxseed poul
tice, almost fatal for Mrs. Wilson
Blakeslee. Spontaneous combustion
resulted and bed took fire.
Montpelier, Ind. J. Stewart, 60,
Civil war veteran, dead. Worked IS
years as cigar clerk without pay.
J3atiBfied with 45 cents a day for
St. Louis. Mrs. Jessie Young, 34,
became Mrs. Young for the third
time. Married brothers. Former hus
bands killed in mine accidents.
Detroit. The "Roosevelt alibi"
newest drink to be sold in Detroit
barrooms. Consists of several char
acter witnesses, a dash of tabasco
Pittsburgh. 750-acre farm be
longing to Carnegie Tech williecul
tlvated by students to reduce costof
college meals and gain agricultural
WOMAN VHO SUICIDED IN LAKE
WAS MRS. GEORGE GEBHARDT
St Paul, Minn., May 28. The body
of woman who committed suicide
yesterday by jumping from boat in
middle of Como Loke recovered and
positively identified as Mrs. George
Gebhardt, divorced wife of Prof. Geb
hardt of Armour Institute, Chicago.
She was alsa well known as a writer
under the name of Helen Hale.
Suicide believed to-be result of
nervous breakdowns Raymond Burn
ham, to whom she left -note before
ending her life, declared he had
known her for many years and that
they were engaged to be married.
o o .
Versailles. Baroness de la Roche,
aviatrix, seriously injured, when her
auto collided with delivery wagon