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meets Mrs. Daisy Ulrich Opie,
wife of wealthy philadelphian.
February, 1911 Webster H.
Opie, Mrs. Opie's husband, dies
of blood poisoning, caused by
slight injury in cranking automo
bile. Widow receives $35,000 in
surance. March 8, 1911 Grace and Mrs.
Opie reported to have been mar
ried in 'New Yor
May 16, 1911 Grace and Mrs.
Opie married in New Orleans.
November 1, 1911 Grace en
ters prominent Atlanta building
March 4, 1912 Grace tells
wife his intention to go to Phil
adelphia the following day.
March 5, 1912 Police respond
to telephone plea from Grace
home, Grace saying he is shot.
Grace found unconscious,
wounded in back. Says: "It
looks like my wife shot me." Mrs.
Grace left early in day for New
man, Ga. Returns at once, and
is arrested, charged with the
March 6, 1912 Mrs. Grace re
leased on.$7,500 bond. Mrs. Mar
tha Ulrich, mother of accused wo
man, says Grace threatened his
wife's life unless she gave "him
March 7, 1912 Grace believed
to be dying; Mrs. Grace rearrest
ed and Held in jail.
March 8, 1912 Grace's attor
neys charge Mrs. Grace with
drugging and shooting her hus
band to obtain insurance money.
March 9, 1912 Grace pro
nounced out of danger. Mrs.
Grace waives All rights in insur
March 10, '1912 Mrs. Grace
released on bond.
May 6, 1912 Mrs. Grace in
dicted on charge of assault with'
intent to murder.
July 29, 1912 Mrs. Grace's
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BALL GAME A SUCCESS '
In'the Federated Trades bene
fit ball game at Cub park yester
day the Wagon drivers "whipped"
the pressmen easily, 7 to 2, driv
ing Bugs Raymond to the coop in
the second inning.
Bugs started well by fanning'
the first man, but an avalanche of
singles and triples followed and
the ex-Giant sought a cool place
in the "shade and went to sleep.
The drivers chased ove rthree
scores in the first, and four in the
second, while the pressmen could
get but one run an inning. After,
the second neither team scored.
Nelson of the drivers was the"
batting star, driving in four runs
and scoring twice himself.
A large sum was added to the
newspaper stHke fund from the
receipts of the game, nearly ten
thousand fans being present.
"Opportunity knocks but once
at each door." Then build with,
Just About the Same Fair to
night and Tuesday for Chicago
and vicinity; not much change in
temperature; moderate northerly,
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