JgoiiniJUiL^^lJ -V.f 'fl HiTi' nnfl HP Married liclleville Girlr Now Deceased. Roborl Urcwster, 25,', of ScancHa, (lied Saturday evening in a Scan- (lia call' al'tcn- hii'mg struck on the chin hy liis brother, Gleo, 21, in an arKunient. Robert was said by officers to b(! intoxicated at the • time oC the (luarrel. A coroner's inquest held Tuesday Tuesday morninf;, which delayed the funeral a half hour, attributed the cause oi! death to a blow on the chin from the fist ol: his brother, CIGO . The result was unintentional, unintentional, however, and the coroner's jury exonerated tlie younger brother. Robert Brewster was seated in a Scandia cafe Saturday evening about 7 o'clock and when his brother' entered the cafe, Robert was said to have entered into an! ™menrwitrneo "'.ccu^ lounge" b;Vtherol"'su "linrHom liquor.from him, according ,to of- ficers. Gleo resented the accusations and struci< tiie older brother a blow on tlie chin. Robert slumped into his chair, then to the floor. He died about 10 minutes later. Robert was the husband of Mrs. Elsie Blecha Brewster, daughter ~of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becha of '"Belleville, who died about a year ago. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning from the hcime of a sister in Scandia and interment interment was made in the cemetery five miles east of Belleville.