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New York Tribune, New York, N.Y. Dec. 2, 1906; Page 2 FRIEND SAVES SONG COMPOSER Milton Wellings, Formerly Well Known, Found Near Starvation London, Dec. __ Milton Wellings, the composer, whose songs were popular a score of years ago, has been rescued from starvation by a friend who accidentally found him in a cheap lodging house, said Wellings had spent his last cent for a night's shelter.The musician was ruined by the so-called "music pirates," who were recently driven out of business by T. P. O'Connor's Musicial Copyright Bill. Milton Wellings, composer, author and teacher of singing, was born in 1850, was educated by private tutors and was the eldest son of Joseph Wellings of Soho Park, Btaffordshire.Among the songs which he composed were "Someday" "Golden Love" "At the Perry" "Prearnnr?" "This is My Dream" "Yo Lab!" and "Honey, Dear" http://www.loc.gov/chroniclingamerica/ocrData.html?pagePid=ndnp:1812927&omniscript=http://www.loc.gov/global/s_code_ndnp.jshttp://www.loc.gov/chroniclingamerica/ocrData.html?pagePid=ndnp:1812927&omniscript=http://www.loc.gov/global/s_code_ndnp.js