Slimers - Sail to London?
t t t A number of well-known well-known well-known Cincinnati. Ohio and Indiana people sailed, for Europe dur ing the week, among them being Mrs. Car rie Haverkamp and two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Inii Segal and Martin Svgal. FreJ Silber-man, Silber-man, Silber-man, Mr. and Mrs. George Slimer, Mr. and Mrs. Ell Joseph. Mrs. Joseph Joseph and the Misses Joseph, Miss Margaret Kratieti-berg, Kratieti-berg, Kratieti-berg, Mrs. Maria Frank and Miss Frank, Edward Mundt, Adam J. Schwclser and Mrs. I. C. Hirsch. Mrs. Margaret Itress, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Popp, Wm. J. Davles. Jacob Block and Mrs. Henry Greber. Julius Mayer. Miss Lulse Rudd. Mr. and Mrs. David David May, Miss Elsa Gumbel, Joseph Roll-man. Roll-man. Roll-man. Miss Frieda Metzke, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Goldsmith and Miss Louise Palasch, of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Erhard Fischer, of Ironton; Henry G. Wemmer, of Lima; Mi J. Owens. James Mathews and Wm. E. Bock, of Toledo: Miss Hattie Beer. Mrs. A. M; Rhodes. Miss Margaret Rhodes, Mrs. A. C. Wick. Miss Crowell, Miss Mildred Day Potter. Mrs. Dr. Pan. Mrs. I. Hlrsh end Mrs. Helene Mertens. of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Chr. Kanzler and family, of Evans-ville; Evans-ville; Evans-ville; Mr. J. Thomas and Miss Thomas, of Terre Haute; Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bonflg and Miss Margaretha Bonflg and Jerry Voel-kers, Voel-kers, Voel-kers, of South Bend; Miss Frida Loewen-berg. Loewen-berg. Loewen-berg. Hugo Thorsch and Miss Emma Thorsch, of Indianapolis, and John Crew, of Alliance. .