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the J. 0. Mollie rank Buelter is Called by Death Frank Buelter, age 73 years, a fc-foug resident of Hamilton, assed away at his home, 515 bird street, Wednesday evening at :30 o'clock, succumbing to a com- licatiou of diseases from which he ad suffered for three and one-half ears. Despite his failing health, Mr. luelter was able to be up and util nine days ago when it was ecessury for him to bo confined ed. Throughout his long illness eceived the loving care and devo- iou of the members of his familv/ J Mr. Bueller was born here 863, and spent his entire life in tus city. He was a machinist by rade and for more than 50 years vas a faithful and valueiT employe if the Niles Tool Works company, low the General MatiKinery Corpo- ation. He retired s|\ years ago. During Hip administration of the ate Thad Stnmb as mayor, Mr. 3uelter s e r ' v c d as itreet commissioner. He was a nember of the Fraternal Order of Saglcs and the Niles Mutual Aid ociely. Those Surviving A member of St. Stephen's church, Mr. Buelter was, throughout his entire life, a devout Catholic. He was also a member of hloly Name society of that church. A man of exceptionally fine character, Mr. Buelter made friends easily and, by his sincerity and oyalty, kept these friends throughout his life. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Mathilda Buelter, one son, Robert Buelter, five daughters, Miss Leona Buelter, Miss Marie Buelter, Miss Elizabeth Buelter, Mrs. William Cahill and Mrs. Al Couuaughton two grandchildren, one brother, Henry Buelter and one sister, Katherine Naber, all of this city. Funeral services will bo held Saturday morning at the home, 515 North Third street, at 9:30 o'clock, followed by solemn requiem high mass in St. Stephen's church at 10 o'clock. Interment, St. Stephen's cemetery. Friends may call Friday afternoon and evening.