| For I JGincy Chauffer Named in Will CINCINNATI, O, July 28 — A i '_ Vfj -1 !•_ f\\ . 1 /"" 1 > . f.i .,„,,. 1 : /"'I, ,. . . t J. __ ,,,, ,. _, . •* tiJ-year-old Cincinnati Chauffer , was virtually overwhelmed when he was told yesterday Out a woman woman for whom he had worked 31 years had -villed him a quarter of a million dollars. The Chauffer. Norman Ucaihs, learned that his employed, the late -^u...^.v^ v.lul nu \.tll^«iu ( > (^U, LllCldle. Mrs. Louisa ishmer, 8ti-ycar-uld widow of George Slimer, a live- ' stock dealer. bequeathed ^ $250,000 in stock, a new car and ' a river cruiser. Hi . ' on y comment was: ''We'd j much rather have her alive.