Niles Mutual Aid Society
wniour wiurara BMtk OUM U fnd B*Jw Ittt Iiyht-llMMiT*HMt OfeMM ABUDMth. DuU cam* very suddenly U Fr*d Bahm, a Prusslao, living at 1001 ivnth Second itreet, about 7.80 o'clock last •vening. H* had been working at Ma •OD's brewery, and a* k* was on bis way hcmi ue complained of (stling bi.dly and said to hi* companion, "I believe I'm going to dl«." Theie words had scarcely been uttered, when be stag gered and tell In front of Djellman's grocery on south Front street. The patrol wagon was summon, ed and tbe sick man taken to his home on south Second street, where Dr. Dan Mlllliln was snnmoned. But be was beyond all human help and passed away in a few minutes,' The deceased was born In Prussia, bnt had long been a resident ot the United States. H* was a member ot Sacred Heart of Jesns, Branch No. 1, Catholic Knights of Ohio; Hamilton Branch, No. 106, Catholic K\Ights of America; the Benevolent Society of St. George, St. Joseph's men's society, and of the Mu tual Aid association of the Niles Tool Works. He was a devout Catholic and was held in high esteem by ail who knew him. The deceased was a married man and he leaves a wife and several children. Coroner Chas. Krone vlevee the remains remains this morning and will hold an inquest in the case.