"...church. The pallbearers were John Frazier, Edward Scheil. Abraham Summers. Robert Danner. Edward Cole and WilliamWills. In- terment was made in Mt_ Olivet cem- etery. C. C. Cany being the funeral director ... and by recognized authorities _ on various phases of farming, under the direc- WOULD STOP LEAK IN RESERVOIR Scranton Firm Ready To Take Job And Guarantee It BRAKEMAN KILLED ft I A Daiid Hirtsoci Meets Sidden Death ... that a> M Nathe Frederick. But A feint Four and Employed B. O. K. It. David Ilartsock, of Brunswick, for- merly of Frederick, was killed about 5 o'clock last evening on the Balti- more aud Ohio Railroad ... rate of speed; Mr. Hart- sock's skull is badly crushed, show- ing that death was..."
"...MEMORIAL. UNVEILING CEREMONT BY THE KING. The death is announced of Lord Winter-stoke, formerly Sir WilliamHenryWills, which occurred early on Sunday morning at Blngdou, Somerset. Lord Winterstoke, who ... shared � largelr in his gifts. He leaves no heir or other ]issue." Lady Wills died in 1896 - nine years i before Sir William was created Lord Winter-jstoke of Blagdon. THE DUKE OP CONNAUGHT. ECHO ... , the reports of adulteration are mostly exaggerated. As a matter of fact, there is only 21b. of acid phos: phate to 2801b. of flour." DEATH OF LORD WINTERSTOKE. MERCHANT AND PHILANTHROPIST. QUEEN VICTORIA ... princely donations to public objects. There is..."
Lord Winterstoke of Biagdou, formerly L'ir WilliamHenryW'ills, died suddeniy yoslerday at Coombe Lodge, Blagdon, his residence in Somerset. Ho was born in 1830, and was a son of Wi ... tuo prn ato cliaix-l preitm Kov. the Dean ot
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Mn John MacWhirtcr, R.A., died on Siturcl iv nt his residence, Abbey ... . ^lacWliiricr at Ü10 age of 14 exhibitod liis fii-st pioiuro ;it I’la Roy».! St'ottiiih..."
"...WILLS first Baron of Blagdon died denly in London yesterday ot heart ure Lord was born In 1830 and was minted baron in 1905 He was Of the University of to director of the Great Western way and chairman ... the greater part of which was bequeathed to the city of Philadelphia the residuary legatee for the erection the Thomas W Evans Museum and Dental College about being available for that purpose SIK WILLIAMHENRY ... without any blare of trumpets to stop the leaks In governmental ex- It has been tremendously VI tAI V i 11 J TT reduced or dismissed Politics permeates uphill work but he has not faltered He Death Ends ... Notable Career NEWTON Mass Jan death of Mrs Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward who succumbed after a short Illness at her home in Center..."