Death of Mrs. Boullt
za 10 G) 15 15 15 25 5U 45 10 or. DEATH OF MRS. HODLTT. The Burial Service Will Be Held at 2 :dO 0‘Clock B. M. Tomorrow. e us in it Mrs. II. 1 ). Boultt, wife of the well known Missouri Pacific engineer, engineer, and who hat! been ill two weeks with pneumonia, died at her home, 1109 Last Tenth street, at o’clock this morning, aged 31 years. I)eci‘ased was a memlter of the I'irst Christian church and also belonged belonged to the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive I’higineers. Slu* was a most estimable estimable ladv and her death will he sincerely mourned by a large circle of fricmls. Rev. f. Nivers will conduct «> the burial service at the TNrst Chri.-’i in church at 2:30 o’clock 'Tuesday afternoon.