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OWES LIFE TO GRANDDAUGHTER 4 , A. J. Lchmer Stayed Home With Her Parents Killed In Theatre. His decision, to stay at homeland spend the evening with his four-year-old granddaughter. Mary. ' probably saved the life of "A. J. Lehmer, President of O. W. Koch A Son. 9 . East Fortieth Street, this city, manufacturers of parquet floors. Otherwise Mr. Lehmer. who was visiting them in Washington would have rone, to the Knickerbocker Theatre with his son and dauirhter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy L. Lehmer, . both of whom were killed. j Leroy Lehmer. who was SS Tears eld. and his wife. Elisabeth Mueller Lehmer. who was 29, have lived for- the last two years at 2131 California Street. North. Waahlnrton. D. C. Mr.. Lehmer being the representative at the capital of the Indiana Flooring Company of this city. He formerly lived with his father at 113 North High Street. Mt. Vernon, where a double funeral service will be held. The daughter, Mary, was their only child.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 30 Jan 1922, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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