15-month old daughter of William Poinsett may die from scalding while playing in kitchen.

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15-month old daughter of William Poinsett may die from scalding while playing in kitchen. - th cannot B. capital increased - elec - from...
th cannot B. capital increased - elec - from Vau - local con Memorial of ed that th matter of union be taken up1 and negotiations to that end be opened with th Presbyterians. i i CHILD TERRIBLY SCALDED. A fifteen - months - eld daughter of Mr, and Mr. William Poinsett, living living on St Mary avenue, my 'die as the result of injuries received while playing about th kitchen this morn ing. Th babe climbed en'A'ebair to get something - from'th tM and id trying to mv herself from falling seized the handle of a toffee potilUeU with scalding hut coffee. Th content content were spilled over th little one' head, neck and houMers, scald Ing her In a mort hocklng manner. Dr. Stulta dressed. the; hild'' lnja - rl, which ar of a very erlous na ture. ' Mis Effle Pant ha returned to ha horn ait GraenvUl, Ohio, after a visit with her sisters; Mrs. Charle Harris, I i '

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  1. The Fort Wayne Sentinel,
  2. 04 Sep 1902, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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  • 15-month old daughter of William Poinsett may die from scalding while playing in kitchen.

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