August 2, 1922 Iowa City Press-Citizen

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August 2, 1922 Iowa City Press-Citizen - ALEXANDER BELL, 'PBONE INVENTOR, DIES AT...
ALEXANDER BELL, 'PBONE INVENTOR, DIES AT BADDECK (By Aaaociated Pros) I SYDNEYJf. S.. Aug 2--Dr. Alex- ander Graham -Bell, inventor oi the telephone died at 2 o'clock morning at Beinnbhreagh, his es- go unexpected! tate. near Baddeck- Although the inventor had been falling In for several months, he was not MB confined to h* bed and the ULTCJJIUK Vi. U113 VWJ i Late yesterday afternoon, how- herg nn-* vei» ?ii« /tnnriitffin H*/*nm» his condition became tick- and Dr. Kerr of Washington, · cousin of Mrs. Bell, a house i . - system enacted uv me and a Sydney phiysician i Vt«*M With Mr. Bell when he died Mrs. Bell, a daughter, Mrs. ion Hubbard Fairchild and her G. Fairchild of. Washington. The inventor leaves. that'another daughter, Mrs. Elice ! i magazine -editor. | Dr. Bell will be buried on ° f * * aShlnSt ° n spot chosen by Bienn Breagh, a of

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