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 - NETTIE BOSE'S AWfUL DEATH. Burned to Death by...
NETTIE BOSE'S AWfUL DEATH. Burned to Death by the Explosion of a Coal Oil Lamp at Mammoth, Ariz., Friday. Nettie Bose, the bright, fifteen years old daughter of Mr. and Mrp. John fl. Bose, formerly of this city, waa burned to death at Mammoth, Arizona, by tbe explosion of a coal oil lamp, wbicb was setting on a dress- r at which she was making her toilet, 'he Sod news reach here Sunday morniqg by telegram. Tbe accident ccurred Friday evening. Nettie at- ended school at Tucson and had •one home Friday to visit her parents nd attend a, children's party. While reparing to go to the party, she was landing at tbe dreBFGr, and a lamp ittlng upon it exploded in her face. She was fearfully burned end suffered etiible agony until death relieved her thirty-six hours later. The news of the death of Nettie will te a Bad blow to many of her little r-'ends here. Until a few yeas ago ihe lived with her mother on Alby itreet, near Twellth, and attended jincoln school.

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 24 Apr 1899, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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