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MME. LILLIAN NORDICA DIES
PNEUMONIA TAKES SINGER
Batavia, Java, May 11. Mme.
Nordica, famous American -opera
singer, died last nightafter an long
illness as the result of her experience
aboard the Steamer Tasman, which
went ashore on Bramble Bay, De
cember 28, last.
The Tasman was floated in three
days, but Mme. Nordica was suffering
with nervous prostration when she
left the boat. Later she contracted
Mme. Nordica, born in Maine in the
year 1859, had been married three
times. Her first husband, Frederick
A. Gower, ascended in a balloon at
the time Nordica was endeavoring to
obtain a divorce, and he was not
heard of again, so the divorce pro
ceedings halted. Her second hus
band was Zoltan Doeme, a Hungar
ian singer, whom she divorced after
She was next married to George
W. Young, a New York banker, July
29, 1909, and it is declared that this
was a happy marriage.
Mme. Nordica possessed a brilliant
soprano voice and made her debut
in opera at Brescia in 1879 in "La
Traviata." She has appeared in
opera or concert work in almost
every principal city in the world.
MEXICAN COMMISSIONERS ON
WAY TO NIAGARA FALLS
Vera Cruz, May 11. Declining
American officers of hospitality or
safe conduct aboard a steamer, Sen
ator Emilio Rabasa, Augustin Roder
Rodnquez and Luis Elguero, the
three peace commissioners selected
by Pres. Huerta arrived here last
night on their way to Niagara Palls
where the peace conference is to be
Fayne Rhorabough, student Chi
cago University, ordered to move on.
Moved two feet. Arrested.
Three places raided by moral
squad, 30 men and women taken.
TWO TO ONE
By Jim Manoe.
This is after the battles, folks,
The battles of yesterday,
When many thousand loyal fans
Saw three teams get away.
The Cubs stood up, the Feds fell
The Sox were in the run.
So Sunday night things weren't so
'Twas victory two to one.
P. S. The sand lot teams were on
the job, too.
GAMES FOR TODAY
Chicago at St. Louis.
Boston at New York.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
White Sox at Pittsburgh (exhibi
New York at Boston.
Philadelphia at Washington.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Kansas City at Indianapolis.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Baltimore at Buffalo.
More attention should be given the
eyes of the new-born babe. The
child's future, education, livelihood
and happiness in life depends on the
preservation of good eyesight.
Ocular hygiene should -begin at
birth and continue throughout life.
The slightest inflammation of the
eyes in a new-born infant should be
viewed with suspicion and treated ac
cording to indications. No injury can
result from the proper application of
the ordinary methods of prevention
usually taken at this time. Neglect,
howeyer, may produce grave results
or a lifetime of bliiidness.
Probably unsettled weather Mon
day and Tuesday, with showers; con
tinued cool; fresh tiortbeast vinds,