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 - | A'aughn homo while police were searching for...
| A'aughn homo while police were searching for Drury. Earlier in the evening, It was said by Brewer, the same trouble had arisen at which lime Drury attacked Brewer, struck him on the forehead with his fist, inflicting a flesh wound, choked him and kicked him at which time Brewer screamed for help and was given assistance by others near by who succeeded in ejecting Drury from the house. He went away and returned at 11 o'clock, resuming the quarrel of a few hours before. v Brewer says his wife" is totally blind. He Is partially blind also, but manages to see enough to get around and make his living by peddling from house to house, selling notions and fancy articles. Today Poormaster Joo Hermann and the Red Cross wero interested In tho case of the elderly blind couple. couple. It was found they recently came hero from Marion, III., aparcntly at Drury's invitation. In their home county, they receive a pension because because of blindness. Pool-master Hermann Hermann urged them to go back to their home town. He gave them n ticket us far as St. Louis, and the lied Cross Chapter extended additional aid to get the couple started on the journey. times they had attempt to drive Dr. Joesting taking a nap, and with her children were parents to enter took the steering cranked the gas. Gee, it was Dodge coupe great merriment drivers. But steering It matters. After the distance, it and forth in Martha Lee did of passing cars, poles so that to climb them. them and tho telephone pole Miss Martha under the steering Frederick window and sister. Miss without injury, miraculous/ escape. wreck. Miss about the face Frederick had but none of the

Clipped from Alton Evening Telegraph04 May 1925, MonPage 1

Alton Evening Telegraph (Alton, Illinois)04 May 1925, MonPage 1
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