George Delbert death
GEORGE T1ELBERT CHAMBERLAIN. The funoral of George Delbert Chamborlln, 00 years old who committed suicide on Saturday morning, was helijj from tho homo, 915 west Fourth street, at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon, Rov. H. E. Hess of tho First Mothollst church officiating. Members of tho local council of tho Brothorhood of Locomotive Engineers, of which Mr. Chamborlnln was a member, attended in a body. Burial was at tho North Platto comotory. Mr. Chamborlaln's henlth had been falling during the last fow years duo to arterial trouble, anl it is believed that this together with recent domestic troubles, caused him to become j despondent nnd montally depressed. The btj'ly was found by a brother, Ralph O. Chamberlain, who made nn Investigation Into Saturday afternoon after Mr. Chamberlain him failed to keep several appointments (during the day. Tho deall man was seated far forward In a rocking chair In tho rear of his paint shop situated near his former homo on west Fourth street. The bullet from a .32 cal. pistol found on the floor near tho body, had enteral tho right temple nnd lodged In the brain. Doctors who examined tho boldy stated that tho wound was powder marked. Indicating thnt tho weapon hal beon hcl closo to the temple. Doath had nccured a number of hours before the lody wns found, doctors Raid. Mr. Chamborlain was born on August 24, 1801, at Brookfioldl N. II. an)l came to North Platto In Septombor, 1890, whoro ho was employed by tho Union Pacific railroad company until his death. Ho was twtco married and divorced, and1 'a Burvivod by two children ot tho latter marrlago, Evelyn and James of Xorth Platte, an)l tjirco children of the formor marrlago, Mrs. Florence Savin of Salldii, Colo., Mrs. Rachael Martin of Los Angolcs, Call, and Alice Chamborlain of Donvor, Colo. Both hlu wlven nro also living, tho latter of Iwhorj Mrs. Flora Chamlorlaiki of North Platto was granted a divorce only about a month ago.