Dreads Phthisic; Kills Self.
Pembina.—Himself a victim of the white plague, and having seen his father, mother and brother taken away by the same disease within the last few years, Edward Hogan, aged 33, committed suicide at his home near this city. A pot of burning charcoal, which he took to his room, carefully closing all the cracks, was the means of death, Hogan asphyxiating himself. After placing the pot of charcoal in the room, Hogan undressed himself and went to bed.
The Hope Pioneer, 11/13/1913