DANIEL ROLLINS DIES IN LOS ANGELES FROM AN ATTACK OF FEVER
BODY TO BE BROUGHT HERE.
A message was received in the city last night from Los Angeles, Cal., announcing the death in that city of Daniel W. Rollins, a former resident of East Liverpool, which occurred Wednesday morning (May 9, 1906) folowing<sis> a brief illness of typhoid fever. Mr. Rollins and his wife went to
The deceased was aged about 47, and is survived by his wife and one son Ray, the latter residing in this city. Mr. Rollins was a member of
Dr. Bean stated last night that the lodge would communicate with bereaved wife this morning and have the remains brought back to
The announcement of his death was learned with deep regret for this place had been his home for a number of years. Previous to his departure for the west Mr. Rollins had been employed at the Golding Flint mill in