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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY Y JAXUAKY 17 1910 a
UNIONI UNIONISTSFAVOR UNIONISTSFAVOROLDAGE TSFAVOR TSFAVOROLD
OLD OLDAGE AGE PENSIONS PENSIONSStatistics PENSIONSStatistics
Statistics Demonstrate Im Immense Immense Immense ¬
mense Good Which Has HasResulted HasResulted HasResulted
Resulted ResultedHOUSE ResultedHOUSE ResultedHOUSE
HOUSE OF COMMONS COMMONSTO C01lMONSTO COMMONSTO i
TO WORK OUT PLAN PLANUnder PLANI PLANUnder PLANUnder
I
Under Proposed System More MoreThan MoreThan I IThtin
Than 26000000 Poor Would WouldReceive ould ouldReceive
j
Receive Help HelpLONDON HelpL HelpLONDON
LONDON L N Jam 17 11W Whatever tey8l may be beth4l bethe e ethe
the merits or demerits of eo the Liberalgoverns Liberal Liberalgovernment IAter l lgoeorBRteDt
government governs eat which is on trial in I the thepresent tilepreeent theprevent
present general oioetfoa its opponents 8PII8BII opp0aetttshave opponentshave J Jha
have ha e had nothing Jt thla te say to the election electioncampaign eIeedoIItampaIgR electioncampaign
campaign against the institution of old oldage oklage oldage
age pensions which have brought t un untold 118tnld uatnld ¬
tnld relief f to hundreds of o thousands ofGreat of ofGreat DCGreat
Great Britains poor DoorTrue poorTrue 100 100True
True the act gives gtYe only OBI loSt L a weekto weekto week weekto
to aged deserving poor but an agedperson aged agedperson d dpenOn
person more than seventy tl8Ye t can do a alot alot alot
lot with 5L2S 5L2Shave SLSIt L LIt
It m may y b be that titHe old age peo p phave Ioas I
diffi difficulties tWficolties dt 1 1calties ¬
have a a little to do with the budget
culties which have resulted in mm ap appeal apprat It ItjftJ ¬
peal jftJ to the country for they cost the thenitkm thentUon theUtttort
nitkm about EN MMti l a year whichhag which whichhas wllkhha
has ha to be met with taxation but one oneyears oneyears oneyears
years history hl8tOl of the working of the theact the2t thenet
act shows hew cw perfectly easy ea y It has hasworked baawrked hasworked
worked and how beneficial it bae M been beenNo bee beepNo
No 0 scheme ever Vfl brojght bIo before par parliament parliament partliarnent ¬
liament was more strenuously opposed opposedthn opposedthlon opposedthin
thin was this The 1te only thing its op opponents opponHaLt opponent ¬
ponents argued which could be postulated postu postulated postu1ated ¬
lated with certainty about the scheme schemewas schemewas ebemeas
was as its absolute uncertainty in every everyrespect everyDect everyreraect
respect respectTo reraectS Dect DectTo
S To begin beb l with wtt a a number et f unqtMHAed unqtMHAedpersons 1I1MI 1I1MIIfnOD8 uwgwiMedpersons
persons succeeded in getting their dollar dollarand doUarand dollarand
and a Quart Quartfew quarter for a week or BIlLy be a afew afew
few weeks but such 8UC eases ca e were remark remarkably remarkably remarkably ¬
ably few and they were soon found foundout foundout foundout
out and Dd punished as 8 a lesson to others othersIt othersIt I IIt
It is interesting to note what the pen pensions penstone ¬ 1
stone have meant to the working popu population population ¬ i ilatiGll
lation of the country The latest figures fguresiacallable figuresavailable res i iaT
available aT aJJbh are for the nine nlft months ended endedSeptember endedSeptember I
September ptember 3d 3D 7 JS lie 8 They r t are arePtstwMT9 areP arePtneimrL
PtstwMT9 P IRo Sums S l PaId PalaEngland aJd aJdEngland
England and Watee 431433 l nsjo735 nsjo735Ireland i1L3iii3SIreland 1JA7JiIreland I
Ireland UJT3K Sili5hi Sili5hiScot1aad sm smScotlaDd St 320 320Scotland
Scotland 76434 3335II 3335IIThetlsaa4s X33M35 X33M35Thsuconds sm smTk
Thsuconds Tk Helped HelpedThus HelpedThus I
Thus at the present time nearly 1IeIIyod AIlS AIlSod 7ftC4old
od folk are being beID < < refreshed Then it itis itnot I Is
is s not only the tb pensioners pemlio ers themselves themselveswho them theaelveswto eJves
who wto 1 0 are benefited beae ited by this distribution of ofstate orstate ofa
a state largess The pensions peD oDa hare been beenJust beena
a pfrfed rlect boom to the ae small shopkeepers abopkeepersJWt
Just as asthe as i ac eke e at random raDdomthf randomt
t the o > case caseis of < BaU Battersea a suburb which whichfairly whichs
is s fairly represeaaative tative of ofworking LoadoRs LoadoRsW0rk Lomdoasw
w working W0rk rkinS tinae a population They have havettere havetlETe haveU
ttere U ere about boIIa t Us LAM pensioners who have havezearly haveLtarly Daceratty
zearly ratty 1 K5 a wntJF wee to o spend and this thisxconey tlWiILOnfY thismoney
money is s invariably m laid out in the Mt small smallshops smalls smallslops
shops s ops of t tIn the thela d cricc criccIa
In such rural districts where the thewares thewages
wares 1 l range e from the miserable pittance pit pittance pittance ¬
tance of C5 12 to 5U SIiI i3 al a week and Del where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the proportion of aged poor 100 Is i very
high it needs no vivid dollars dollarsweekly imagination to tounderstand told tonderetand
understand ld t8taJId what a dollar 4Io ar and a aweekly quarter quarterweekly
weekly te to the helpless poor But Buthowever Butowever t towever
however owever smoothly 8IDOOthI the oldart old o age pensions pensionsact peIMIIoIIaart
art may appear to be working wo the theo theLouse
Louse i ouse of c ciLe eommona Ie not yet done withU with withLl
iLe Ll e quea questionSir question questionSir Oft OftSir
Sir John Piper one of the t1MIIlfmbers leadingmembers leading leadingmembers
members of the English colony in Par Parend Partemid Part PartUld
mid who is interesting himself hi a asiirilar aB asimilar
similar B rl1ar scheme for France Fra ce has been beenthe beenth beenthe
the th means of setting gento a new bill laid laidon laidon laidon
on the table of the house of commons commonsevidently coaalDOl18evidently commonsevidently
evidently for the purpose of amending amendingthe amendingthe amendingthe
the act which hJch has been in operation operationfor operationfor operationfor
for a year Here are the proposed pro provisions provI810ns provisions ¬
visions of Sir Johns scheme schemeand
1 That every boy and lid girl on attain attainthe attaba1ng attainlag
lag the age of fifteen tteen years en shall haJI re reof receive receive
ceive a pea8Ion 1 book of the value of ase aseto i1a0to 130 130to
to form part of the capital which at atthe atthe atthe
the age of fiftyone shall produce his hisor hisor hisor
or her pension pen Ioo
2 2 That a further sum of S15t shall be beedded DeII beadded
II added Ildetl to the pension pen oR capital as an en encouragement eRCOU encouragement ¬
couragement COU lIt for betterment hi idnoalion tdmvn tdmvntion I Ition
tion technical knowledge kDo and good goodcit petlcltzenehlp goodcit
cltzenehlp cltzenehlpThat cit zenship zenshipaccomplished
3 That aU military and DII naval 1MWIaccomp eervice eerviceaccomplished
accomp accomplished Sbed shall be acknowledged acknowledgedand aekao aekaoand
and i ieach 2S added to the pension peD ioB capital 1 for foreach < 81 81Each
each years ears service aecvioehloey serviceMoney aeniceey
Money ey for Back CfcBa CfcBaThat CJ Chidt W WI
t I That married women shall ball have havetheir havetheIr havetheir
their pension accounts aecoun credited with withfor withfor 5 5for
for each ea < h of their cbHdren attaining taiIainr the theage theage theage
age of five years yearsi
5 That every act of heroism and aMrythlng ev everythluK everything
erythluK to the th ad advldnal advantage of C thetDIII thetDIIIvidual the indi individual
vidual shall be recorded in t the thebook pension pensionbook eD ioa ioabook
book bookThe bookThe bookThe
The pension put within the reach ofevery of ofevery orEvery
every one exceeds S 52 + a week from the theage theage theage
age of fiftyfive and Fd 4 a week from fromthe fromthe rom romthe
the age of sfactyftv sfactyftvThe mxtyftTeThe sixtytireThe
The number of persons benefited under underthe uDdforthe underthe
the Government old age pensions pe aons act is isapproximately Isapproximately isapproximately
approximately 70SbeA 7We 1Ot Under U r Sir John JohnFilters JohuI
I Filters PUt > rs scheme 2EOMeM 7 609A0 088 would benefitThe benefit benefitThe DeBefttThe
The pivot of the whole scheme is of ofcourse ofourse ofcourse
course the pension book which regis registers registers registers ¬
ters every favorable act in a persons personslife penooslife personslife
life His misdeeds are not recorded recordedThe rECOldedThe recordedThe
The citizen begins his career as pen penage penstoner penToner
stoner at the age ol ftttee for at that thtage thatage
age he is handed his precious preclo s book bookwhich bookI bookwhich
which I ich is to be his guide and waybill waybillthrough waW waWlhrough waybillthrough
through life lifeIt lIl lIlIt lifeIt
It contains his photographs takes takenneach takeseach takeneach
each year er so that his identity can easily easilybe easilybe eastiybe
be established and Dd subsequently records recordsacts reconlsacts recordsacts
acts of heroista heroIs a and certificates of milt mlUtary military milttary ¬
tary service and marksmanship as weft wailas weftas wellas
as proficiency pro cleocy in trade tra e All these goodmarks good goodmarks goodmarks
marks are accompanied by money moneygrants JDGneynts moneygrants
grants nts so that the capital sum s m of 5161 5161lrlth Ht Htirlth 1iIlth
irlth lth which he is credited at the moment momentof mmnetttI momentof
I of receiving recelvin the book is constantly be beiagr Belag beE
E lag g added to together with the IntentDaid Interest Interestpaid InterestDaid
Daid on it It
Y itY Yang ItY01U1g Hng Men Contribute ContributeThe CenmbuteThe ContributeThe
The youth himself has to contribute contributefrom CORtrllMttefrom Contributefrom
from the very first moment mom t regularly regularlyor Y Yor
or Irregularly the t e greatest latitude latitudebeing 1atitu latitudebeing e ebeIng
being allowed in this respect Practi Practically Pnictie1ly Practicatty ¬ =
catty his C coatribetioBS ntribetioas amount to toa tI tIa wa
a a year yearIn yearIn yearIn
In connection with old age pensions it HIs itIs ItIs
Is Interesting to turn to pensions which whichsome wltle wltlesome whichsome
some members of the British BrJtI h nobility nobilityreceive DObI rwMlkyreceive O Orcele
receive pensions which they get through throughno th throughnot h ho
no o personal merit pensions which they theydo theYdo theydo
± do not require and which the country countryIs
Is of course cour taxed to meet meetFor meetFor meetFor
For instance the new Lord Rodney ROOneywho Rodneywho Rodneywho
who is in his nineteenth year inherits inheritswith iah inheritswith rtts rttswith
with his title the annuity of Slit9 Slit9which HIM HIMw 1 X3 X3which
which w ich was granted by act of partiament parlia parliament partllLm ¬
ment m nt in the time of George h HI r to the thefirst t thefirst e efirst
first baron and his successors suece son This Thiswas ThtiIWu Thisgas
was the nations acknowted acknowtedvictory aeknoaiedgment kDo gmeftt or the thevictory thevictory
victory achieved by the thenaval df distinguished distinguishednaval tjnguJ 1te4 1te4naaI
naval commander Admiral George rge Rod Rodney Rodney Rodney ¬
ney over the French F ncl fleet In 13C 111
The annuity has already been paid for forL7
327 y years rs representing repreeea t 190 3MCK > and andthere andr ad adtheore
r there is t no prospect prospectof t its e early eerl earlyeontinnamce dis discontinuance dbcontiD ¬
continuance contiD e It is one on e of the 1hehereditary surviving
hereditary pensions the most formidable formidableholder fonnklableof
of which is the 335A fI a year payable 10 10the tothe
the bOlder of the Nelson earldom so
Ion lo lone aa 8 the h title shall subsist subsistdraw sub8istThe subsistThe
The heirs o of f the Duke of Sc80mber Sc80mberWilliam Schomberg
William TITs famous amous lieutenant still afi
draw S3W ss a year 1 jaother In perpetuity
Other hereditary pensions > > conferred CODl for fornaval f fornaval r rnaval
naval or military 1U services include thosex thosey those
J by y LOrd Gou u > sh Lord Radian Lord
SatoD and Lord Tapir or Magdata MBidla
Lord Cromer who unsucces fully
moved rnove the x rejection 3f th the old ju age Tvpn pen pensiors
siors iom ior bill 1 in the House of Lords Is wS wSsoif him himsplf himsolf
soif in 11 r ceurt ipt of a
pension of 45 4OOt lioo < a ai aI atar
i tar ar and in 1907 received hed a agoo gift ot 56
J I goo OJOrom from the nation IU1tio I
i FIRST WIFE 1FE ASSISTS ASSISTSSECONDTOESCAPE
SECONDTOESCAPE SECONDTOESCAPEQueer SECOND 10 ESCAPE ESCAPEQueer
Queer Tangle Is Reported ReportedIn
In the Miller Divorce DivorceCase DivorceCase DivorceCase
Case CaseFRAKXLDf CaselRANXLIN
F FRAKXLDf PA rICL rICLSibley TI Pa 3 3SiMey Jaa11n 11 M M E Eo EoSHIley
SiMey Miller nrst wife el MaJ Gen GenCharles GeRCIIM1e GeeCharles
Charles Miller is I credited cre lte4 here with wtthhaving wttkaMl withhaving
having assisted aMl tad the present KfJ eDt Mrs XI Mttter Mttterwho xtnerWAo Millerwho
who has h so successfully avoided being beingserved hetngserved beingserved
served with itk divorce dtv < < ee papers Miper to conceal conceali COIICe1enIeIt concealherself
i herself enIeIt from her husband and in other otherwho otherways otherways
ways Da has taken tile part of the woman womanwho WOI n nWM
who some years since supplanted her in inThe inthe Inthe
the a agectIons < < ectJoas of her hu husband husbandThe aD4 aD4The
The reason given for the former formerwifes formerwtfe formerwifes
wtfe wifes activity in this direction is that thatwhen thatwbeI1 thatwhen
when Miller divorced her years ago he hemade keJIIade hemade
made an effort to have her declared in insane Inane insane ¬
sane ane She vowed Owed to get jet even with Mil MUler Milter MIIand
ter and so built a great home near the theMdter theAllier theoilier
oilier Allier mansion so she could overlook overlookthe overlooktile overlookthe
the muchmarrylnrgeDerI muchmarryine general and his new newwife newwife newwit
wife wifeThe wifeThe wit a aThe
The reason Mrs Miller llJer so S persistently persistentlycases persl persistentlydodged teatly teatlycJodg8d
dodged service of papers fa the divorce dtvorceca divorcecases
ca cases es is i a ashe aeeordtn according to her friends thatshe that thatshe
she wants a greater ter settlement from fromGeneral fromGeJteI1lI fromGeneral
General Miller XIII < < than the courts would wouldWATER wouldUkely wouldlikely
likely give her In ea case e or cIIvor divorce divorceWATER
I
WATER SUPPLY CUT OFF OFFSHAMOKIN OFFI OFFSHAMOKLN
I SHAMOKIN Pa Jan 17 17The The intense in intense laten ¬
tense ten e cold has so 8 blocked all water watercouree watereoure watercomes
comes as to cause a a water famine of ofalarming of1rmtng ofalarming
alarming proportions here ere The Thewater Thewater Thewater
water company announced that the thesupply thesupply thesupply
supply would be b4 shut off nightly to toallow toallow toallow
allow the big dims a chance to fill fillsomewhat fill1IOmeowhat fiIIsomewhat
somewhat Special peciaI water trains ra raall ran ranall ranall
all day No o relief Is likely until untilthaw a athaw athaw
thaw shall melt the snow on the themountains themountains themountains
mountains
IpATIBHS PATIENTS IN PANIC PANICAT PANICAT PAN1CAT
AT HOSPITAL FIRE FIREBottle FIREBottle HREBottle
Bottle of Ether Explodes and andWomen andWomen andWomen
Women Are Badly BadlyFrightened BadlyFrigh BadlyFrightened
Frightened FrightenedN Frigh tened
N 10 NEW VW YORK Jan 17 11Patlents Patients In Inthe Inthe inthe
the female surgical ward of Beth Israel IsraelHospital IsraelHospital rael raelHespital
Hospital were ere panicstricken panic stricken today todaywhen todaywheR todaywhen
when a bottle of ether exploded and thefire the theAre j
fire spread through the operating room roomof roomof
of the hospital hospitalMany ho hospitalMany pIW pIWXaDY I
Many of the women were asleep and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the ether exploded with a loud loudreport 10udrepon loudreport
report they were panicstricken when whenthev whenthev whenthey
thev awoke awokene awokeThe j jThe
The woman who wb was as to be operated operatedupon operated1Q operatedupon
upon 1Q > OR was completely covered with the heburning theburning treburnlBg
burning fltrid and her bed b d took fire She Shere lYheare Joe Joeare
are re was smothered with a blanket bej bejfore be before before
fore she was badly hurt hurtThrough hurtTbrouch hurtThrough
Through the th coolness of Miss Dresser Dreeserpatients Dressernurse I IJlunJe
nurse the ftame flames were PUt out and the thepatients I IpeUeftts
patients quieted When hen tho fire engines enginesarrived enginesarrived enginesarrived
arrived there was nothing nothingfor for them themto Tj tltemto em emto
to do doThe doThe doThe
The ether Ignited from from the flame ame of a acandle 8en acandle
candle en 1e that was beside the bed of the thepatient tkeptieat thepetint
patient patientRICH ptieatRICH petintRICH
RICH MANS NURSE NURSEBURIED NURSEBURIED NURSEBURIED
BURIED TOMORROW TOMORROWCLEVELAND TOMORROWCIEVE TOMORROWCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND CIEVE Ohio Jan 17 17Ar 17ArTADt7emeats Arrangementa Ar Arrangements ¬
rangements for f r the funeral of Nora Norawrltams NoraWI NoraWI1tams
wrltams WI ltams who for two generations generationswas
was a nurse nur in the Rockefeller home homewere homewere homewere
were completed today toda The womanwas womanwas woman womanwas
was born in Wales and came to this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country at the age of sixteen to en enter enter enter ¬
ter service In the oil kings home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The funeral will nl be held tomorrow
IMINISTERC MISTER C P BMINew BRYAN BRYANRUSHES BRYANRUSHESTOBELGIUM
RUSHES RUSHESTOBELGIUM RUSHESTOBELGIUMNew TO BELGIUM BELGIUMNew
New Representative to Brus Brussels Brussels Brussels ¬
sels Leaves to Greet GreetKing GreetKing GreetKing
King Albert AlbertMinister AlbertMlnWe AlbertMinister
Minister Charles P Bryan of Portugal Portugalwho POrWgaIw Portugalwho
who w o has U been transferred trauef rred to Belgium Belgiumis
is hurrying to Brussels to be one ol olthe o othe ofthe
the first to greet the new King in his hieofficial hJaI hisofficlal
official cep capcHty capcHtyHe < Ptty eltyHe I IHe
I He was pre prepared iered to leave Lisbon sev several several several ¬
eral days ago but on the eve ef his de departure departure departure ¬
parture was directed by the State De Department DePArtment Depertment ¬
partment to remain at athI bis ha poet to take takeup takeup takeup
up the case of the Crown Cork and andSeal andSea1 andSeal
Seal Company an American concern in involving involving Inrelying ¬
volving the violation of patent 8t9l1t This ThisMinister Thf6IDleter ThisMinister
Minister IDleter Bryan did without waiting waitingunpack Id Idunpack o ounpack
unpack his bag bagAs BagAs bagAs
As soon so n as he had presented pre ented the case casehis caaehe casehe
he was giVeR permission te proceed to tohis tohis
his new poet which he did in such suchhaste suchf18te suchhaste
haste f18te that his colleagues in Lisbon LIs cn arc arcwondering ar arwenderlnr arewondering
wondering what has happened In Brus Brusi BndseIs
i sete affecting the United States StatesINJURIES StatesINJURIES StatesINJURIES
INJURIES TO GIRL GIRLARE GIRLARE GIRLARE
ARE NOT SERIOUS SERIOUSMiss
Miss Mary Smith sixteen years old oldtoday oldof oldof
of 3Ooi V street treet northwest Is suffering sufferingto sufferingtoday
today to ay from bruises about the body as asthe 88tb6 asthe
the result re utt of bein beI being knocked down by byan byan byan
an automobile at North Capital and N Xstreets Nstreets Nstreets
streets last evening She was not seri seriously serlouslv soriously ¬
ously hurt hurtJohn hurtJon hurtJoin
John F Murrell of 800 Twelfth street streetdriver nreetdrnt streetdriver
driver drnt > r of the auto carried the girl to a aphysicians apysicians a1yslcians
physicians cffice and later to her home
B > > 2 Jfj JfjDrink
Drink Beer BeerI Beerwhich Beerwhichyouoa5
I which whichyouoa5 you knolP knolPis f fts
is ts properly prop er1yAedl er1yAedlPerfect Aged AgedPerfect
Perfect maturity is s needed to bring bringout bringout bringout
out the full flavor of beer beerr beerAnd beerAnd
r
4
And well aged beer does not cause causebiliousness causebiliousness causebiliousness
biliousness biliousnessBut biliousnessBut biliousnessBut
But aging is expensive It means meanskeeping meanskeeping meanskeeping
keeping the beer for months to allow allowfor allowfor allowfor
for complete fermentation ° Yet no nomatter nomatter nomatter
matter how urgent the demand the aging agingof agingof agingof
of Schlitz Beer is never slighted slightedIn
In Schlitz you get all the good You Youtaste Youtaste Youtaste
taste the tang of the hop You get the therichness therichness therichness
richness o of the b barley rley and apd Y the life of theyeast theyeast the theyeast
yeastI yeast
I J You get them i without impuritybe impuritybed impurity be because ¬
cause Schlitz is brewed in cleanlinesscooled cleanliness cleanlinesscooled cleanlinesscooled
d
cooled in filt filtered redair air aged in glasslinedsteel glasslined glasslinedsteel glasslinedsteel
steel tanks and sterilized after it is bottled bottledand bottledand bottledand
and sealed sealedYou sealedYou sealedyou
You may pay more for Schlitz But Butbeer Butbeer Butbeer
beer brewed with such
care is worth more moreto moreto moreto
to you That Th t care is an insurance of ofy ofyour ofyour
= y your our health So take only onlyAsk
Ask 4tk for f r the brewery redlery Bottling BottlingSee bvftlirgSee ottlil1ffSee
See that the cork II as r crown itdlPA is isbranded isbramietl
dlPA branded Schlitz SchlitzPhone SchlitzPhone SchlitaPhone
Phone North 2171 2171Joseph 2I7xJoseph 2171Joseph
Joseph Schlitz Brewing Co3rd Co3M Co
3 3rd and Randolph Place PI lCe N E EWashington BW HWacSingtoy
Washington WacSingtoyL W Q QThe v vThe
L The BeetThat BeerThatMade deer tMade Made Milwaukee Famous f mous ous
1
SNOWBALLS USED USEDTO
TO PUT PUrOUT OUT FiNo Fi FIRENo
No Water Available But ButSubstitute ButSubstitute ButSubstitute
Substitute Proves ProvesEffective ProvesEffective i iEffective
Effective EffectiveMINNEAPOLIS EffectiveKAPOLIS EffectiveMINNKAPOLTS
MINNEAPOLIS KAPOLIS Jan 17 17dertook 17JItreMeII Fireman 1m andertoek 1mderto
dertook derto k to extinguish a a conftagrafliHi c llagrat llagrattbrewing by bythrowing bythrowing
throwing snowballs at the bmn bmnhouse binning bHJItRgh binninghouse
house h vee and when w they found f4 U1Id thai hat would wal3do woulddo
do ne good managed to 0 cheek th thspread tilt thespread
spread 9 re d of f the flames mee by plastering pla t dag dagest hon honest hone honeest
est Minnesota lnnesot snow over the sides we of ofthe oCthE ofthe
the adjoining houses housesTh houseThe housesThe
Th ThWright The fins started 1ft the home of 11 M A AWright AWright
Wright SSW Chowen avenue outside out lotk the thewater thewater thewater
water limits It was practically de destroyed destroed dostroyed ¬
stroyed but houses adjoining were wenraved wereraved weresaved
raved =
r
BROTHERS UNITED UNITEDAFTER UNITEDAFTER UNITEDAFTER
AFTER 47 YEARS YEARSC
C A Sterling S rIing and H W Sterling SterlingMeet SterlingMeet SterlingMeet
Meet for First Time Since SinceCivil SinceCivil SinceCivil
Civil War WarTOUBDO WarTOLJIDO WarTOLEDO
TOLEDO OW OJ Ohio 9 Jan 7 7Seperai Separated d IB IBMB III1iI InGlt
MB 1iI Glt while serving as soldiers ta the thecirtt thech1t thecivil
civil war and reunited la iflM alter aUereC aftereach altereach
each eC bs JIafI8PPO hadsupposed Usvppoeed ed the other Uaer d dead ad was wastl wastJte wasthe
tl the e b happy ppy experience rlence of C A Stertta Sterttaa Sterling Sterlinga
a St Paul Mien business buelae s man and andH aDdH asdH
H W Sterling of Bowling Green Ohio OhioThe OhioThe OhioThe
The reunion occurred today at thehome the thehome theIH
home IH Me of the Starlings The war closed ekMedMM eIOMdaIMl closedsad
sad MM IL H W Sterling returned North Northjnaktopr NorthaakIBg Northmaking
making Ms home in Bowling BowJl g Green GreenRecently GreenReeently GreenRecently
Recently he happened bappeD to locate 1 cate a a C CA CSterlilag CA
A Sterling at t St Paul Xtas Inquiry Inquiryrevealed laqulryreYeled Iageryrevealed
revealed the relatio relationship klp and Bel the broth brothFOUR Drotber brother
er arrived ye yesterday tenlay to 1Ml pay him a visit vIIdtFOUR visitFOUR
FOUR ARE KILLED KILLEDLBAr KILLEDLEADVILLE KILLEDLEADP1LLE
LBAr LEADVILLE > VTLIB CoL Jan 17 17Four Four men menwere menere menwere
were ere killed and three Injured when a aColorado aColorado aColorado
Colorado Midland freight train was de derailed derailed dorailed ¬
railed near Buak Bu k tunnel
JUDGE THOMPSON ILL ILLCINCINNATI ILLCINC ILLCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI CINC ATI JAIL 1JorBMtr 17 Former Con Congressman C CetI CetIgre i iKreesman
Kreesman gre man Albert Clinton Thompson Tboixpeonnow TbemJlnaDOW Thompsonnow
now Judge of the United Stales Court C4MKtfor Courtfor Csrtfor
for the Southern district of Oh Older is iscritically I IcrlUcaUy Iscritically
critically in and Del little hope to IIItalRtd entertained enter entertained ¬
tained that he Trill w l recover Judge JudgeThompson Jade JadeTbompeon TadtJeTbompeon
Tbompeon recently passed pu ed throws tk throwssevere a asevere asevere
severe attack of grip and partial re recovery recovory recovery ¬
covery from this u l left t Mm Jdmrom avCGsflBK avCGsflBKGIH eui
from rom the effects or a wound sustained 1n1M
during the cfv civil war This ailment de developed developed
veloped into bIoodJOhIonlug bloodpoisoningGIN bIoodJOhIonlugGIN
GIN FOR THE KIDNEYS KIDNEYSWhen KIDNEYSWhen KIDNEYSWhen
When properly used gin is one of the thebest th thb4St thebest
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