srrcuL DinriTCH to tbs snqciiss. Sidney, Ohio, January 29 Mrs. Wlnlfrcde Has'lup Gearhart, 35 years old. killed In the Knickerbocker Theater disaster at Washington, was the older daughter of Mrs. Emma Haslup, of this city, and of the late William A. Haslup, former President of the Sidney Steel Scraper Company, ana wife of Dr. C. M. Gearhart, of Wash ington. Mrs. Gearhart was born In this city, where she resided until her marriage 14 years ago to Dr. Gearhart, then of Greenville, Ohio. Mrs. Gearhart returned to Washington. Monday, from a visit with her mother and sister, Miss Maude A. Haslup, in this city. She is also survived by one brother. Leigh Haslup. of Troy. Ohio. rscui .DinriTcn to tu iNucisr.a. Greenville. Ohio. January 29.-Mrs. Clyde M. Gearhart, who was killed in tho Knickerbocker Theater catastrophe in Washington, was a whistler of rare ability. Dr. Gearhart, a native of Greenville, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gearhart, now living on North High street, Columbus, Ohio. He was graduated from the high school ' here in 1900. . He has occupied a chair at Johns1 Hopkins University, at Baltimore. Md., and Is a recegnized authority 011 pyorrhea. ' ' Twenty years ago Dr. Searhart was employed at the Western Union Telegraph Company office In Cincinnati. Ijaler he was special operator at The Knqulrer office. While In Cincinnati he took up the study, of 'dcntlstly and received nis aegree.