Bloomington (Indiana) Telephone, January 19, 1917, p. 4.
LOCAL ENGLISHMAN CLOSELY WATCHES WAR
One man within our city greatly interested in the success of the Allies is
H. B. McMillan, a highly accomplished gentleman who has been here for some
time, a guest of his daughter Mrs. F. G. Toser. His home is in Plymouth,
England, a city of some 200,000, and it is his intention to return in a few
weeks. He is over 70 years old, he can not enter the service, but his heart
and soul are with the armies, of the Kingdom as many of his relatives and
very close friends are on the firing line, some of whom have been killed.
Of course he feels certain of final victory for his country, but he says the
sacrifice can not be contemplated by those so far away from the scenes of
war. Mr. Tizer (sic) is the draughtsman for the South Side stone company.