Looking at Life By Erich Brandeis I wish I could look into the future, let us say five or ten years ahead. I would like to know what is going to happen to these three. I would like to know what rrioriey can do to or for people, t * j Who is there among us who to himself has not said: "If I only had some moneyl All the things I could do!" _ . These three have come into money. What are they Erich Bran.dei* going to do with it? a First there is Norman F. Bearths of Cincinnati, to whom Mrs. Louise A. Slimer left more 'than $250,000 in stocks "for faithful and unfailing services to me for many years". (were She also left him a motorboat and a high-priced automobile. ' Mr. Bearths was Mrs. Slimers' chauffeur. He is 62 years old, married, and has no children. I "I'm not going to change our way of living one little bit", he told a reporter. I wonder.