THE CINCINNATI TIMES-STAR
May 11, 1904
scans from newspaper collection
transcribed by Tina Hursh
GASOLINE WAS FATAL.
The two-year-old daughter
of Oakley DE BECK of near Brookfield, Ind., drank gasoline a few days
and died as a result. Mr. DE BECK is the son of a well-known
Two hundred of the veterans
of the One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Ohio Volunteers, one of the
State's crack regiments during the Civil war, met at a banquet Tuesday
night at the Grand hotel. George M. FINCH was re-elected
Ben MEYER and J.J. MALONEY
are candidates for the presidency of the Stereotypers' union at their
election next month. Tuesday night Wm. THIERING was chosen
to the national convention at St. Louis and F.S. WOOLEY alternate.
The Associated Charities Board
Tuesday night elected W.J. BREED, the Rev. George A. THAYER, Dr. Byron
STANTON, Rev. H.M. CURTIS, George H. STEARNS, W.B. CARPENTER, W.B.
and William Christie HERRON trustees, to serve until 1907. Judge
Rufus B. SMITH was elected to serve an unexpired term on the Board of
GIRL ATE ARSENIC.
Mary CANTWELL, a domestic,
living in the Jefferson building at Twelfth and Main streets, Sunday
fifteen tablets containing iron, arsenic and strychnine, and is now at
the city hospital in a serious condition. She said she took them
because her paralyzed father, whom she had supported for sixteen years,
had expressed a desire to enter the city infirmary and become a ward of
May 11, 1904
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