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Father, Seven Children Die
When Lamp Explodes
in Girl’s Arms.
By the Associated Press.
Quebec. April 20.—An exploding lamp :
sprayed blazing oil over Alphonse
Renaud’s small Summer cottage here !
today and Renaud and seven of his
children burned to death. A servant
girl, who was trying to light the lamp,
was the only person to escape.
So swiftly did the little structure
bum that volunteer firefighters, though
quickly summoned, could do nothing.
The flames burned out in just an
hour. Charred bodies of the victims
were recovered from the mins.
Mrs. Renaud, ill in Quebec, and one
Renaud child, who was visiting his
grandparents there, are the only mem- j
bers of the family surviving.
Renaud, employed by a Quebec
contractor, rented the tiny cottage
for the Summer and moved in last
evening with his children, five boys
and two girls, the eldest of whom was
13. They were trapped in their beds.
The dead, Alphonse Renaud, Andre.
13; Jacqueline, Paul. Roger, Jean
Marie, Antoine and Gizelle.
Marriage Licenses.
Philip H Davis. 24. 1401* Monroe st. n.e
and Marjorie E Nicholson. IN. 1812 A
st. s.e.: Rev S. W. McCabe.
Charles D. Cheek. 25. Gray Court. S. C .
and La Verne Reinheinur. 22. Richmond.
Ind Rev J. H. Dunham.
Robert L Gilliam. 4o. and M E. Davidson.
24. both of Statesville. N. C.: Rev. W.
A. Smith
Craig G. Hall. 20 and Isabelle A Madison.
20. both of Richmond. Va.; Rev. L. I.
Gu'-rav R. Glindemann. 25. and Marie M.
Reisig. 22. both of Baltimore: Rev. H
. M H°nnig.
James C. Goodwin. 25. Clifton Forge. Va..
and Marjorie C Morris. 20. Lexington.
Va. Rev. S R. Allison.
Chester Overcash. 27. and Elsie Schaeffer.
22. both of Chambersburg. Pa.; Rev. S.
B Daugherty.
John C McLaughlin. 22. and M G. Meyer
20. both of Chester. Pa ; Rev. A. F
Harold R Grau. 22. and Bernice L. Tyson.
22. both of York. Pa Rev. H. M.
Francis E. Hildebrand. 28. 424 New Jersey
ave. s.e.. and Ruth Moorhead. 21. I!*ol
Columbia rd.- Rev. John Weidley.
Hel son W. Armentrout. 21. Alexandria, i
Va.. and Juanita E Makley. IN. Clifton
8tation. Va Rev. J Briges
Ravmond Henderson. 21. Hr: 15th st. ne .
and Lillian E. Hall. 10. Philippi. W. Va.;
Rev. F W. Johnson
Jerome F. Cobbe. 2H. 1820 N st and Har
riet M. Ryder. 22. !» 5th st. se.; Rev
T. C. Murphv.
Robert L. Speiden 25. Riverdale Md . and
Mary Howells 20. 121-A Bates st : Rev.
Harry Lee Drll.
Harold H Stahl. 27. Philadelphia, and
Margaret E. McDonald. 2H. 2800 14th
st.: Rev. Joseph R. Sizoo
Roosevelt Caldwell. 2*. and L°onora E
Johnson. 27. both of South Washington.
Va.: Rev J. T Harvey.
Francis D Robertcon. 21. 4007 D st. n.e..
and Julia A Scrivener °5 182* Lincoln
rd. n.e.; Rev S W McCabe
Charles L Hawkins. 22. and Pearl M.
Wiley 21. both of Roanoke. Va.; Rev
S. E. Pose
Richard Gre’n. *r. 21.52«»4 Sherrier p’ace.
and Harriett P Hai". 21. Bethesda. Md.
Rev. A G B. Bennett.
George W. Morris. 20. 1007 17th st.. and
H. S. Grae'ke. 2*. Hope Farm. N. Y.
Rev F B. Harris.
David L. Dedrick. 21. Alexandria. Va.. and
Vallie P G-'od. 24. Harrisonburg. Va
Rev. S. B Daugherty
Elmer E Barber. •’!. *21 Maryland ave.
n.e.. and Ebbie V. Brown. 20 2220 1st j
st.: Rev. W S. Abernethy.
John D. Croft. 2*. 1222 11th st and Mar
garet E Parks. 2H. 1201 N st.: Rev. S.
E Rose.
Raymond C. Williams 27. Silver Spring.
Md.. and Madeline L. Stuart -4. 1507
Trinidad ave. n.e.: Rev. H M. B. Jones
John M. Wrivht .IT. lvf:i Newton «t.. and
Kathryn J. Robertson 25. Oskalposa.
Iowa. Rev U. G B Pierce +■
Robert A. Mayer. 25. 204S 11th st.. and
Ruth E Patterson 21. 028 Quincy st.:
Rev. W S Abernethy.
Cloyd J. Br®wn. 2*. a'd Willie Mae Cas
sada. 1 !*. both of Richmond. Va : Rev.
J C F'1’
John M Hvdf 24. hi W si and Mary E
Outten. 22. Brandywine. Md Rev. P. E
Bennett Lewis. :io. New York Cjtv and
Elizabeth B Hall 2X. 2141 Wyomine i
ave.; Rev U. G. B Pierce
Ralph G Wray. 25. and Marcaret L.
Dent. 20. both of South Richmond. Va ;
Rev. J. H Dunham
Francis J. Casey. 47. and Margaret C ;
Kirby :t!i. hoth of Bainbridee. N Y ;
Rev. Z. B Phillips.
Joseph E. Childress. 45 Richmond. Va..
and Myrtle F Sharpe .lit. Fredericks ;
Hall. Va : Rev A F Poore
XjGiiis R Shelton 'Ll and Alice B John- I
son. ‘JO. boih of Kent Store. Va : Rev.
E. C. Smith
Robert D. Brooks 4:i and Anna C. Me- I
Daniel. 4.1. both of Martinsburg. W. Va.: !
Rev. J C Ball.
W L. Tiller. 4.!. Charlottesville. Va.. and
Bertha M. Stone .If. Martinsville. Va.;
Rev. L. I. McDougle.
Alfred M. Leitch 77. Philadelphia, and
Eleanor Hunter. 22. Darby. Pa ; Rev.
•I H. Dunham.
William E. Brown. 25. fi.Jfi 12th st.. and
Willie Mae Watson. 25. 14:»> G st. s.e.; I
Rev. R W. Rembret.
William L. Winston. 25. and Elsie M Car
roll. 22. both of Roanoke. Va.: Rev. A. |
E Barrows
Ira N. Walker. 22. and Isabel C Uzzle.
20. both of Richmond. Va ; Rev. J. H. i
wmHmms&mesmem * -"hk _ ■ _ . . . .s
Costly Nap
Copyright, A. P. Wirephoto.
Men grinned, women blushed
and Enoch Johnson, Leavenworth
carpenter, shivered as he hurried
along the street after wakening
from a sleep in the open at Kansas
City and finding he had been
robbed of his clothes. Picture made j
yesterday at police headquarters,
where Johnson found refuge.
Venom for Rheumatism.
An old-fashoined cure for rheu
matism and arthritis was to allow
the patient to be stung by bees. The
same principal has now been adapted
scientifically. In a German factory
scores of girls, protected by masks
and overalls, are employed to squeeze
the venom from the stingers of live
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Deaths Reported.
William D. P. King. Hu 484 Mass ave.
Maine T Johnson. 77. 1*71 L st. n.e.
John T Holden. 78. Providence Hospital.
John H Nr lley. 74. 1323 D st. n.e.
Elizabeth Williams. 71. Sibley Hospital.
Rose Moreland. 70. Galllnger Hospital.
Mary Howard. 3H. Providence Hospital.
Theodore Mayer. 54. the Astoria Apts
George W. O Brien. 4o. Walter Reed Hos-’
Robert E. Hamilton. 34 Providence Hos
James H. McGulzon. 13. 1408 A st. s.e.
Benjamin Withers 2H. Providence Hospital.
Evelyn E Hibble. 28. 728 Upahur st.
Mary E Currin. 24. Tuberculosis Hospital.
Henry J. Gophart. 23. Walter Reed Hos
Robert E. Tippett. Hi. Gilllnger Hospital.
Florence Dancy. 85. 2131* I st.
James Monroe 82. St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
Elizabeth Jenkins. 82 3I'» L st. s.e.
Mamie Johnson. 55. Freedmen's Hospital.
George Gant. 52. Freedmen’s Hospital.
Lomax Fleminc. 47. Galllnger Hospital.
James T Brown. 41. o<>4!) Ayers pi. n.e.
Carrie Austin 41. Casualty Hospital.
Jessie Marion. 31). 2010 loth st
Ossie Hammond. 34. Freedmen's Hospital.
Ray Hoblnson ialias Marie Mosley). 28.
Emergency Hospital.
Elizabeth N. Bowman. 20, 325 Division
ave. n.e.
James W Martin 2. Casualty Hospital.
Infant William and Mary Johnson. Chil
dren's Hospital.
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Births Reported.
William B. and Beulah Olive, boy.
Julian R and Catherine V. Murray, boy.
Eugene D. and Dorothy T Petroy. boy.
Ralph P and Bertha V. Hackelton. boy.
Warren A. and Myrtle L. Hitt. boy.
John L. and Ivy I. Bill girl.
Guy F. and Lena M Windsor, girl.
Thomas V. and Margaret E Griffith, boy.
Bruce W. and Ruth Warring, bey.
Thomas S. and Eliz. W. Somerville. girL
Benton G. and Violet Potter, girl.
William and Mary Johnson, bov
James E. and Alma E Lloyd, boy.
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