Rosa Zipp

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Rosa Zipp - OVEREXERTION IN DANCE LEADS TO GIRL'S DEATH...
OVEREXERTION IN DANCE LEADS TO GIRL'S DEATH Fatal Attack of Typhoid Develops From Illness Following Evening of Pleasure on River Boat. today. When she danced all evening and into the early hours of morning on a river trip recently with her family, Miss Rosa Zipp. 1. of 221 .fe'FersoIi-av, .fe'FersoIi-av, .fe'FersoIi-av, little dreamed thit she might be dar.cing hor-clf hor-clf hor-clf to death. She danced on and on in h'r high spirits with the half scon- scon- of couples, couples, charmed by the strains of sweet mii'ie. Miss Zirn had hardly retired to her stateroom when she begun to i feel the effects of her many hours of j l . . ...-- ...-- ...-- 1 , ' O. ' picis'iire. living noun- noun- sue gie gradually worse from dav to day, and after suffering with typhoid fur two weeks, died yesterday. Dr. Yarner slid today that her death was indirectly due to her overexertion overexertion in dancing on the river steamer. It is said that Miss Zipp shank copiously of ice water during tile evening while overheated. The Zipp family took their annual trip to Cincinnati on the Str. Peters Lee. It vvas the night beboe the boat arrived in Evansville that the girl danced to her heart's content and brought on the illness which resulted in death. Miss Zipp did not collapse, but became became very sick. The family did not call in a physician for several days. Funeral services will be held Tuesday Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Zipp home, burial to be at Dak Hill cemetery. Mi.-s Mi.-s Mi.-s Zipp was the daughter of Frank Zipp, president of the Southern Southern Sweat Pad company. She was an active worker in the leiTersim-av leiTersim-av leiTersim-av C. P. church and Young People's Societies. Societies. nil fur Ht Ami . I in stay lu l: ii T' nihil I'setx. SLOl'L. Ko'.ei. Aug. .". Twelve hundred Korean soldiers, who escaped from Seoul when the -Japanese -Japanese forces occupied the city are now entrenched entrenched in the mountains near the city and defy the Japanese. A large force will be needed to dislodge them from their fastness. The Japame now hold oil the barracks in coul.

Clipped from Evansville Press05 Aug 1907, MonPage 1

Evansville Press (Evansville, Indiana)05 Aug 1907, MonPage 1
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