Miscellany: Nov. 19, 1923

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In Philadelphia, Mrs. Catherine Rosier won a suit from two insurance companies for $35,568 on accident policies carried by her husband, Oscar Rosier, whom she shot and killed in his office in January, 1922. She also shot and killed Mr. Rosier's stenographer.

In Minneapolis attention was called to the fact that Earl Martineau, captain and robust halfback of the University of Minnesota's football eleven, is receiving $100 monthly from the U. S. Veterans' Bureau as a result of injuries sustained in the War.


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