Clipped From Iowa City Press-Citizen
Jus food Big Funeral of Gypsy Queen Cincinnati, O., April 14--The funeral funeral of Queen Mary Gorman, wife James Gorman, king of the gypsies, concluded here yesterday, -was attend ec oy tribes of gypsies from all parts of the country. The service. conducted by the various camps, ~b- Â·with the evening of yesterday that had talcen place at Josephs cemetery. The queen died on Nov. 6. 1908, | Pittsburg. Kansas. Her body services ' at Ex- Â· shipped to this city and j vault at the cemetery. The funeral | was set for yesterday, and all over the country were notified. a week tribes had been coming Colonel cinnatti and locatin gon a. camp r-our.ds at the Mill Creek former coun put Both jiÂ«y. I About 60 gypsies, including repre- , sen*at:ves from every trite assem- , bled in Cumminsville. a suburb and : were ta'ten in carriages to the old ; tery. At the grave serrices i by Father Hickey of the St. church.