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 - ' CANCER FATAL TO . Mis c. irai, ucorin Lewie C...
' CANCER FATAL TO . Mis c. irai, ucorin Lewie C Mitten, , year old, for years a prominent building eoatraetor ' in Huntington, died thia mornlaf at 1 130 o'clock at his home, the eorner oa South, Lafontaine and Frederick streets. Death waa caused by eaneer of the atonuch. from - which ha had beea a sufferer more than two yeara. ' . He lost ooneoiousaeea shortly before) ' midnight, tho end 4 coming peacefully and' without peJn."'T y h " - s. - ' News of Mr. Mitten's death win come aa a distinct shock U Huntington resi dents, few having realised that his III nesa waa of so critical a nature. ' Former Furniture Dealer , L. C Mitten waa bora in Warren, lad. May 10, 1852, removing to thie city with his parents when he waa a child. , With the exception of a few yeara in Columbia City, where he conducted a furniture tore, he resided In this city practically his entire life. ;". N On April 7, 1881 he waa united in mar riage to Miss Sadie Carr, whom he had met kt rviitmkla. Oitv rh!T In Knalnaaa of thre. 'To this union fl i.hnlr.n w - lrn, all of whom aurvive: They are, ca,, Mitten, 31 yeara old, formerly em ployed in the Erie offices ia this city, now in Akron, O.; Miss Ethel Mitten, 25, of. this city; Mrs. Nina Brown, 23, who - Js, a resident of Panama; Ralph Mitten, 21, aJao of Panama; Dewey Mitten, 10, who resides at home.' ., " ; t . '' Danghter at Bedside " Mrs, Brown had arrived only yesterday from Panama to be. at her father'a bedaide.' Carr Mitten waa aotifled last night and. will arrive thia morniag from , Akroni' . H i .VV - '; f' - '; - Surviving brothers are James A Mit - . ten of Kanaa City, Mo,, and. John R Mitten of Lbs' Angeles, ' both - former resident 6f Huntington. Mrs. Amanda Leyets, deceased, mother of aLwrene Leyman of this' city was a sister.' A MMahnwMSBhrirtaaBMav iekia. v taasmaasa - (Continued on Pagu Four - - "r v -

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  1. The Huntington Press,
  2. 29 May 1913, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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