Noble August Short, (1878-1938)
DEATH OF NOBLE A. SHORT
The Denver Rocky Mountain News carried the following article concerning the death of Noble A. Short on February 3, and published his picture.
Short, widely known
He was interested in mining at Idaho Springs, at one time operating the Treasure Chest mine there.
He was for a number of years superintendent of the Union News Co., and had been in charge of numerous hotels and restaurants, including the Placer Inn of Idaho Springs, and was at one time in charge of comissaries for the Iron Dyke mining and milling Co., at Homestead, Oregon.
Besides the wife and a nephew, James H. Carr of Denver, he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Grace survived by three sisters, Mrs. Grace J. Horace Spore, Owensville, Mrs. Nellie McGregor, Pine Ridge S. D., and three brothers, Porter Short, Owensvillle Ind., Roy Short, Mt. Carmel Ill and Paul Short, Mt. Vernon Ind.(sic*)
*NOTE: The last paragraph above contains typos, and the survivor list
should read as follows: - - - he is
survived by three sisters,Mrs.