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Chicago Tribune, Oct. 5, 1903
ANDERSON--Oct. 3, James H. Anderson, 2283 W. Ravenswood-park. Funeral from late residence Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 2:30 p. m. Interment at Rosehill.
BELKNAP--Elizabeth Willmarth, Oct. 3, child of Arthur F. and Rosalind Jones Wilmarth. Burial private.
BURGESS--Kate, Oct. 4, 1903, daughter of the late Ed and Esther Burgess, Dublin, Ireland. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1903, at 2 p. m., from late residence, 437 Alma-st., Ogden station, Chicago. Interment at Forest Home cemetery.
CHACKSFIELD--George T., eldest son of the late George Chacksfield. Funeral from cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, corner of Washington-blvd. and Peoria-st., Tuesday at 2 p. m. Cincinnati papers please copy.
COUNIHAN--Annie, nee Dunbar, beloved wife of Frank Counihan, sister of Mrs. E. J. Hanley and Mrs. J. E. Dohney. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 9:30 a. m., from her late residence, 205 W. Chicago-av., to Calvary.
COWPER--Gerald Holmes, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Homles Cowper, at their residence, 5749 Rosalie-ct., ane 1 year. Funeral services at late residence, 3 p. m., Tuesday, Oct. 6. Burial private.
FITZPATRICK--Thomas, husband of Margaret Fitzpatrick. Funeral at 4814 May-st. Funeral Oct. 6, at 9 a. m., from St. Rose of Lima church, bu cars to Mount Olivet.
FITZER--August, aged 38 years, husband of Jennie Fitzer. Funeral today at 2:30 p. m. from 2818 Vernon-av., by carriage to Oakwoods.
HARLEY--Paul, aged 43 years, husband of Matilda Harley. Funeral Oct. 4 at 11 a. m., from 2933 (or 2033) Quinn-st., to Immaculate Conception church, thence to St. Maria.
HOLMBERG--Amelia (nee Fthwickart), beloved wife of Albert Homberg, sister of Mrs. Mollie Kimball. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2 p. m., at Roseland Presbyterian church, corner 112th-st. and State. Burial Oakwoods.
HOLSTE--Henry, Carver, Minn., Oct. 4, father of Minnie Holste, Mrs. A. Kuning, Fred Holste, Mrs. John Weber, Mrs. Matt Weber, Mrs. H. Prella, Mrs. J. Bristle, Mrs. Ed Bristle. Funeral Tuesday at Wunder? cemetery, 12 o'clock.
KIERNAN--Jane A. (nee Trumper), beloved wife of Dr. J. G. Kiernan, Oct. 4, aged 48. Funeral from 808 Pratt-av., Oct. 6, at 10 a.m. Burial private.
KINDER--Mary, aged 84 years 2 months 20 days, wife of Edward Kinder, at their home, 1505 Ashland-av., Evanston. Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 1 p. m., from her late residence, by carriages to Rosehill.
LOUIS--Mrs. Barbara, beloved mother of George L. and Dr. I. S. Louis. Funeral services at Rosehill cemetery chapel Monday, Oct. 5, 10:45. Train leaves C, and N. W. depot at 10:05.
LE ROY--Emma, wife of James G. Le Roy. Funeral Oct. 3 at 3218 Forest-av. Burial at Waukegan, Ill., Oct. 4.
MOONEY--Peter, husband of Mary Ann Mooney. Funeral Oct. 6 at 9 a.m., from 3647 Union-av., to Nativity church, thence by train to Mount Olivet.
ROSE--Alice, daughter of James A. and Elizabeth G. Rose of Oak Park. Services Monday, Oct. 5, at 3 p. m., at chapel Forest Home cemetery.
RITTER--Mary Isabelle, aged 57 years 0 months, beloved wife of the late Andrew Ritter and mother of Andrew Ritter and May Hearne. Funeral from residence of her brother, Samuel R. Clexton, 176 N. May-st., Tuesday, Oct. 6, to Rosehill cemetery, at 1 p. m.
SPIESS--Emelia L., Oct 3, aged 16 years, beloved daughter of Louis and Minnie Spiess, nee Licht. Funeral from risidence, 76 Lewis-st., Monday, Oct. 5, at 1 p.m., to St. James' church, corner of Garfield-av. and Fremont-st., thence to Graceland cemetery.
SKIP--Charles E. K. Burial from vault at St. Boniface, Oct. 4.
WILLIAMSON--George, beloved son of N. G. and Emily Williamson (nee Beaumont) of 457 E. 47th-st., brother of Carrie, Laura, Willard, and Gage, at Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 3. Funeral from his father's residence. Notice of time later.
WUCHMER--Henry, aged 16 years, son of Edward and Lena Wuchmer. Funeral today at 12 o'clock, from 14 Macedonia-st., to Edens.
YOURELL--Oct.4, Jennie (nee Daly), beloved wife of Charles Yourell, fond mother of Charles and Mary, sister of Margaret McErlane, and Winnifred Daly. Funeral from late residence, 3522 5th-av., Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 9 a. m., to Nativity church. Solemn high mass will be celebrated, and then by carriages to 49th-st. depot and by cars to Mount Olivet.
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Nov. 17, 1915, Chicago Tribune
AUEST--Louis Auest, beloved husband of Ellen Auest. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 18, at 9 a. m., from late residence, ?728 Archer-av., to St. Bridget's church, where high mass will be celebrated. By autos to Mount Olivet. For seats or autos call Yards 8?7.
BUTLER--Michael J. Butler, beloved husband of Margaret, nee McKevitt, father of Frank M. J., J. Walter Butler, Mrs. R. J. Wells, Mrs. J. B. Finn, Mrs. Charles Al?era (Alpera ?), Funeral Thursday at 9 a. m. from late residence, 5?59 S. Morgan-st., to Visitation church; by autos to Mount Olivet. Former state senator from Fourth senatorial district. Member of St. Anne's court No. 89 (or 39), C. O. F. Members meet at 5533 Wentworth-av. Wednesdat evening to make arrangements for funeral. For seats call Went. 645.
CANTLON--Margaret Davis Cantlon, age 29 years, daughter of Mary Davis, niece of William and Lydia Cantlon, fond sister of Mrs. Mattie Kerwer, Mrs. Ella Templeman, Harry, Fred, and Pearl Davis. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m., from late residence, 547 N. Troy-st.; by autos to Rosehill.
COULTER--Alice May Coulter, Nov. 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Coulter. Funeral Thursday, 10 a. m., from chapel, 3176 N. Clark-st., near Belmont-av. Interment at Rosehill, automobiles.
COONEY--Mrs. Mary Cooney, 1561 Devon-av., sister of the late Nellie Wilson and Mrs. D. M. Burke of Mendota, Ill., at Mendota, Ill. Burial at Mendota.
DARGITS--Nellie Grace Dargits, Nov. 16, aged 54 years, beloved mother of Nellie Grace Dargits. Funeral services Thursday, Nov. 18, at 2 p. m., at late residence, 823 N. Grove-av., Oak Park. Burial at Tipton, Ia.
DUPRE--Frederick C. Dupre, beloved husband of Kittie, nee Hoffman, father of Louis, Val., Harry, and Leroy. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2 p. m., from late home, 3054 Jackson-blvd., autos to Forest Home. Utica and Rome (N. Y.) papers copy. Friends wishing seats call 1061 West.
FREYTAG--Moritz Freytag, Nov. 16, 1915, in his 74th year, beloved husband of Margaret Freytag and father of Walter Freytag. Funeral from late residence, Lessing Annex, 559 Surf-st., Thursday, Nov. 18, at 2 p. m. Interment Graceland cemetery.
FRIEDLANDER--Edward D. Friedlander, beloved husband of Gertrude Wegener and son of Ernestine Friedlander, Nov. 15, at the age of 58. Funeral from late residence, 4814 Forrestville-av., Wednesday at 1 p. m. Burial at Waldheim.
HAW--Mary Ann Haw, beloved wife of Michael J. Haw (Robbie Gaylor), daughter of the late Martin and Mary Costello, sister of Patrick, John and Richard Costello, Mrs. Nellie Pratt, Mrs. Augusta Manix, Mrs. Catherine Kinnally, and the late Mrs. Frances Bealstein. Funeral Thursday from late residence, 5602 S. 5th-av. Solemn requiem high mass at St. Ann's church at 10 a. m., by autos to Mount Olivet. Member of St. Ann's Sodality, St. Anne's court, No. 7, W. C. O. F.; St. Ann's branch, No. 573, L. C. B. A., division No. 2, L. A. A. O. H. For seats call Yards 124.
KELLEHER--Denis C. Kelleher, Nov. 16, beloved brother of Peter C. Kelleher of Cincinnati, O. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 18, from chapel, 1009 Madison-st., 10 a. m. Autos to Mount Carmel cemetery.
KIMBALL--Louise E. Kimball, Nov. 1?, 1915, at her residence, 4?0 Belmont-av, daughter of the late Edwin and Desdemona Wallker. Funeral services 2:30 p. m. Thursday at St. Peter's church, 621 Belmont-av., near Broadway; burial Rosehill.
KNAPP--Robert H. Knapp, beloved husband of Evaline and father of Lester, has gone to the great beyond. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 18, 1:30 p. m., from late residence, 4114 W. Adams-st. Autos to Mount Greenwood cemetery.
LANDAUER--Mrs. Pauline Landauer, beloved mother of Nrs. R. Neuman, Sol, and Helen Landauer, Nov. 15, 1915. Funeral will be held Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 1 p. m., from her late home, 117 N. Ada-st.
LOGAN--Harriet Logan, Nov. 1?, beloved wife of James Logen and mother of John, Rose, Robert, and Agnes. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 18, at 10 a. m., from her late residence, 71? S. Hermitage-av., to St. J?rlath's church, thence by autos to Calvary.
McCARTHY--Andrew L. McCarthy, beloved husband of Fannie Murray McCarthyfond brother of John, Daniel, Mr. A. C. McGreager, Mrs. Kate Campbell, and the late Patrick McCarthy. Native of parish of File More of Cahircivean, County Kerry, Ireland. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 18, at 8"30 a. m. from his late residence, 8935 Escanaba-av., to St. Patrick's church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated; thence by autos to Mount Olivet. Friends wishing seats call Kenwood 1259.
MADDEN--William H. Madden, beloved husband of Mary Madden and brother of Maurice O'Connor. Funeral Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. from late residence, 635 Briar-pl., to Mount Carmel church, where solemn requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment, Calvary cemetery, automobiles.
MURDOCK--Edgar L. Murdock, beloved husband of Jennie Murdock, nee Roberts; father of William Glenville Murdock. Funeral Thursday, 10 a. m., form late residence, 38?? Fulton-st., by autos to O. & N. W. R. R. Burial Beloit, Wis. Member of Fort Dearborn council, Royal Arcanum, and B. of L. H. division, 683.
ROSENBERGER--Louis H. Rosenberger, Nov. 16, 1915, aged 31 years, son of the late Rose Rosenberger, dearly beloved brother of Mrs. Sadie Kramer, Otto J., and William R. Rosenberger. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 18, at 9:30, from his late residence, 5002 Drexel-blvd.; by automobiles to Rosehill. Please omit flowers.
SEARS-Susan Davis Sears, on Nov. 11, at Daytona Beach, Fla., wife of Amos G. Sears and mother of Nathaniel C. Sears. Funeral services at Lake Geneva, Wis., 11 a. m. Thursday, Nov. 18, 1915. Elgin (Ill) papers please copy.
SMITH--Mary Jane Smith, beloved wife of Walter H. and mother of Arthur C. (or O), on Nov. 16, at her residence in Elmhurst, Ill. Funeral from Church of Our Savior, Elmhurst, on Thursday at 11 a. m. Interment at Elmlawn cemetery.
TAPRELL--W. A. Taprell, Nov. 14, Funeral lMasonic hall, Oak Park-av., and Lake-st., Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 2:15 p. m. Burial at Forest Home cemetery.
MORITZ FREYTAG died yesterday at the age of 74 at the Lessing annex. He...
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Nov. 2, 1916, Chicago Tribune
ASHLEY--Albert S. Ashley, past grand master A. F. & A M of Illinois, at Henrotin Memorial hospital, Nov. 1, 1916, aged 78 years. Funeral services Sunday p. m. Nov. 5, at 2:30 o'clock, at Oriental Conaistory, cor. N. Dearborn-st. and Walton-pl. Kewanee and Decatur, Ill; Grand Haven, Mich.; Brazil, lnd., and Taunton, Mass., papers please copy.
BRENNAN--John Brennan, Oct. 31, brother of Mrs. T. J. Shay and Mrs. P. Lawler and the late Mrs. Margaret Filliger. Funeral from chapel, 833 N. Clark-st., Friday, Nov. 3, at 9 a. m., to St. Dominick's church, where solomn high mass will be celebrated; autos to Mount Carmel.
LEE HARRISON, actor, who died on Monday in Connecticut, will be buried today at Waldheim. Services will be held at 1:30 p. m. in the chapel of Furth & Co.'s undertaking rooms, East Thrity-fifth street and Grand boulevard, under the auspices of the B. P. O. E. and Dr. Gerson Levy. The pallbearers will be Leo Straus, president of Straus Bros. company; Joseph Belfeld, proprietor of the Hotel Sherman; Harry J. Ridings, president of the Chicago Theater Managers' association; Cecil Lean, actor; E. N. Allen, former warden of the state penitentiary at Joliet, and Attorney Frank J. Hogan.
CHARLES E. BRUSH, architect, died on Tuesday. Hewas born in Carbondale, Ill., March 17, 1855. He was a son of the late Col. Daniel H. Brush, one of the pioneers of southern Illinois. He is survived by his widow, Ida Fleming Brush.
BRODERICK--Marie Broderick, beloved daughter of John and Jennie, nee McGovern, sister of Joseph, Elizabeth, Thomas and James. Funeral Thursday 9 a. m. from chapel, 1004 Wells-st., autos to Mount Carmel.
BRUNHILD--Simon Brunhild, beloved husband of Minnie, see Spier; beloved father of Leo, Morris, Milton, and Sadye Hamersley. Funeral Friday, Nov. 3, 10 a. m., from late residence, 1926 Humboldt-blvd., to F?e Sons' cemetery, Waldheim.BRUSH--Charles Eliphalet Brush, Oct. 31, 1916, beloved husband of Ida Fleming Brush, Morgan Park, Ill. Funeral services at undertaking establishment 1507 W. Madison-st., Thursday evening, Nov. 2, ? o'clock. Burial at Fort Wayne, Ind.
CHRISTIAN--Clarence C. Christian, Oct. 29, age 44 years 9 months 16 days, beloved son of Doretha Christian and the late Robert Christian, and brother of Leon M. of New York. Services were held at his late home, 8?5 Altgeld-st. Burial was at Montrose cemetery. Member of Montague Lodge No. 198, A. F. & A. M., of Montague, Mich. Services were in charge of Cleveland Lodge No. 211, A. F. & A. M.
CURLEY--Daniel F. Curley, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Dunn, fond father of Daniel, Peter, Edward, Margaret, Anna, Frances, and Mrs. Mary Mahoney, brother of Dell Curley. Member of St. Cecelia's Court No. 57, C. O. F.; La Rabida Council No. 980, K. of C.; Oakwood Council No. ?05, Royal Arcanum; Apollo Tent No. 68 (or 63), K. O. T. M.; Englewood A?rie No. 768, F. O. E. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 4, at 9 a. m., from his late residence, 4517 Wentworth-av., to St. Cecelia's church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, automobiles to Mount Olivet.
DRUCKER--Mrs. Reva Drucker, nee Arkin, aged 50, beloved wife of Max Drucker, mother of Sophia, Pearl, Ida, Lewis and Gertrude, sister of Colman, Peter, and Goodman. Funeral from late residence, 4536 S. Ashland-av., Friday, 10 a. m.; burial at Waldheim P. O. W. Cleveland papers please copy.
FISCHER--Elizabeth Fischer, nee Liebrich, Nov. 1st, in her seventieth year, widow of the late Franz Fischer, beloved mother of Mrs. Emil W. Ritter and Gustav F. Fischer, sister of Fred and George Liebrich. Funeral from 1640 Sherw??-av., Rogers Park, Friday, Nov. 3, at 2:30 p. m. Interment Graceland cemetery, Funeral private.
GADOW--Johanna Gadow, Oct. 31, aged 80 years 7 months, dear mother of Mrs. Amelia Dunbar and W. H. Gadow of Syracuse, N. Y> Funeral Thursday, Nov. 2, at 2:30 p. m., from late residence, 1931 Larrabee-st.; Interment at Graceland. Please omit flowers.
HOGAN--Benjamin Hogan, Nov. 1, aged 76 years, uncle of Henry, Joseph, and Fred Stockman, Mrs. Helen Kofort, Mrs. Elizabeth Grieb, Mrs. Della Webellioer, and Mrs. Augusta F. Dypstra. Funeral from Sheldon funeral chapel, 912 Madison-st. Notice of time later.
KALLEN--Sarah Kallen, nee Barliner (or Berliner), beloved mother of Emanuel, Charles, Mrs. Rae Williamson, Mrs. Ester Cahill, Charlotte, Minnie, and Lincoln. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 2, at 2 p. m., from late residence, 6507 Ellis-av., to Oakwoods. New York papers please copy.
LUDDEN--John Henry Ludden, 6101 Kimbark-av., husband of Edith S. and father of Richard H. Ludden, suddenly, at Hanibal, Mo., Wednesday, Nov. 1. Funeral notice later.
McCARTY--Delia McCarty, widow of the late James and mother of Patrick, John, Margaret, Katherine, Mrs. F. A. Brigg, and Mrs. F. E. Phelan. Funeral Friday, Nov. 3, at 9 a. m., from daughter's residence, 6157 S. Justine-st., to St. Rapheal's church, automobiles to Mount Olivet. Friends wishing seats or autos call Yards 84.
McKILLIP--Helen R. McKillip, Nov. 1, 1916, beloved wife of Dr. Chester A. McKillip, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tew, mother of the late Ruth McKillip, Harrison, and George McKillip. Funeral from the late residence, 6034 Eberhart-av., Friday at 1:30, services at Rosehill chapel at 3:30 p. m., by autos to cemetery.
MEISNER--Hugo Meisner, beloved husband of Mary, nee Bueback, fond father of Hugo and Dorothy. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 2, 2 p. m., from late residence, ???? Parnell-av., Intrement Mount Greenwood. Military service at grave under the ?????? of Greel?y Camp, Undited Spa???? War Veterans.
MITCHELL--Mary Mitchell, beloved wife of William Mitchell, beloved daughter of the late Michael and Honora ??????, and fond mother of Edward, Eleanor, Eilliam, Arthur, and Mary Mitchell; fond sister of Mrs. Catherine Constable, Frank and Marlin McFadden. Funeral Friday, Nov. 3, 1916, at 9:30 a. m., from late residence, 1472 Indiana-av., to St. John's church, where high mass will be celebrated; thence by autos to Mount Olivet.
OSTRUM--William Ostrum, aged 76 years, beloved husband of Henrietta Ostrum, father of Emma, Mrs. R. T. Brets, Selma, George, Mrs. J. A. Young, Mrs. Martha Heidemann, Oct. 30. Funeral from late residence, Hinsdale, Ill., Saturday, Nov. 4, 1:30 p. m., to Fullersburg German church.
POLLOCK--William Pollock, brother of Edward Pollock, suddenly, Tuesday, at his residence, 1 E. 88th-st., New York City. Funeral at Pittsfield, Mass.
SCHULHOF--Birdie Schulhof, Nov. 1, aged 40 years, of 2137 Flournoy-st., sister of Estella and Ernest Sohulhoff. Funeral notice later.
SHEERAN--Thomas F. Sheeran, Oct. 31, beloved husband of Anna McNulty, father of Dr. H. B. Sheeran, Kathleen, and Emmitt, at his residence, 5225 W. Madison-st., Funeral Friday, Nov. 3, 9:30 a. m., to Resurrection church, where high mass will be celebrated; by autos to Mount Carmel.
THORP--Mrs. Rosalie Thorp, Barrington, Ill., beloved wife of EW. H. Thorp, mother of Charles, Ellory, and Jeannette Thorp, sister of Charles R. Ellison and Mrs. Joseph Finn. Born Sept. 3, 18??; died Oct. 31, 1916. Funeral services Friday morning, 10:30 at her late residence. Burial at Rosehill.
WINSLOW--Laura Berry Winslow widow of the late Gen. Edward F. Winslow of Paris, France, heart failure, Oct. 31, at Battle Creek, Mich. Interment at Canandaigus, N. Y., Thursday, Nov. 2, 2 p. m.
WORNES--Annie Wornes, nee McDonald, beloved wife of William Worns. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 5, from undertaker's chapel, 642 N. Clark-st., by C. & N. W. R. R. to Elm Lawn cemetery. Wheeling, W. Va. and Elgin papers please copy.
YOUNG--Emma Young, widow of the late John N. Young, sister of Mrs. F. A. Clifford and Jefferson Bell. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 2, at 2 p. m., from late residence, 1019 (or 1919) Warren-av. By autos to Rosehill cemetery.
Nov. 3, 1916, Chicago Tribune
THE REV. H. O. CADY IS DEAD.
The Rev. H. O. Cady of Evanston, a missionary and a retired member of the Rock River conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, died yesterday at Wesley Memorial hospital. The Rev. Mr. Cady was a missionary in western China for eighteen years. He was a graduate of Northwestern university of the class of 1884, and was graduated from Garrett Biblical institute two years later, immediately beginning his work in the foreign field. Upon his return to America in 1904 he took up active work in the Rock River conference, but his health, which he never fully regained, compelled his retirement four years ago.
He was 59 years old. He was born Sept. 12, 1857, in Middlebury, Vt. He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Hattie Y. Cady; a daughter, Helen, a student at Northwestern university, and a son Donald. The Rev. Dr. Me. E. Cady of Congress Park is a brother.
ALBERT BARTLETT ASHLEY died at Henrotin hospital on Wednesday. He was born in Middleboro, Mass., Sept. 98, 1838. He served in the navy on the frigate Mississippi under Admiral (then Lieut.) Dewey in 1861. In 1863 he enlisted in the Third Massachusetts infantry, serving as lieutenant and captain until the close of the civil war. He was grand master of A. F. & A. M. of Illinois during the years 1909 and 1910. He leaves a widow, Mrs. Jeannette W. Ashley, and a daughter, Mrs. Frederick H. Haines of this city.
JOHN F. O'CONNOR, builder of the jetty system at Galveston, Tex., and for many years a government contractor, died yesterday at 4945 Ellis avenue. Mr. O'Connor was born seventy-two years ago in Lancaster, Pa., and resided in Dallas, Tex., before coming to Chicago. Hel leaves a widow and five children, three of whom--Bernard and Jerome O'Connor and Mrs. W. P. Cooper--live in Chicago. Burial will be at Dallas.
THE REV. JOHN FOX, 90, a circuit rider more than sixty years ago when as minister of the Evangelical association he had twenty-three charges in southern Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio, died at Indianapolis. He had served as trustee of Northwestern college at Naperville, Ill., for twenty years.
MISS HELEN FREEMAN DAVIS, formerly of Evanston, died on Sunday at San Diego, Cal. She came to Evanston with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis of 316 Main street, in 1904. She attended Northwestern university in 1914 and 1915 and Mills college in California.
DEATH NOTICES (partial list)
BURGESS--Katie Burgess, wife of the late Henry Burgess, mother of Emma Glennou (or Glennon), Ity Hovland, and Ella Smith. Funeral from daughter's residence, Ity Hovland, 4521 Magnolia-av., Saturday, Nov. 4, at 2 p. m., to Rosehill cemetery.
CULLINAN--Daniel J. Cullinan, beloved son of Kate, nee Halligan, and late Officer John, brother of James, May, Joseph, and Catherine Cullinan, Mrs. E. Colonder, Mrs. A. Clements, and late John Cullinan, at residence, 5728 S. Racine-av. For arrangements call Yards 669.
HARPOLE--Enoch Harpole, age 66 years beloved husband of Emma Paullin, father of Mary Ann and Eli?abeth Harpole, Nov. 2, 1916. Funeral services at his late residence, 10046 Wood-st., Sunday, Nov. 5, at 3 p. n. Interment private.
JACOB--William Jacob, Nov. 2, 1916, aged 74 years 11 months, beloved husband of Elisa Jacob, nee Stras?heim. Funeral from late residence, 47 Roscoe-st., Saturday, Nov. 4, at 2:30 p. m. Interment Graceland cemetery. St. Louis, Mo., papers please copy.
MALCHOW--Louis Malchow, Nov. 1, 1916, aged 54 years, beloved husband of Josephine Malchow, nee Liska, father of the late Ralph Malchow. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 5, at 1:30 p. m. from his late residence, 3415 Franklin-blvd., by autos to Forest Home cemetery. Member of Richard Cole lodge, A. F. & A. M.; Logan chapter, R. A. M. ? Palestine 66, R. & S. M.; Apollo commandery No. 1, Medinah Temple; A. A. O. N. M. S.; and Past Patron of Millard chapter 349, O. E. S.
McCLURE--Edward V. McCLURE, at Minneapolis, Oct. 31st, son of the late Dr. V. C. and Caroline S. McClure of Chicago. Interment at Graceland cemetery, Chicago, at 10:30 a. m., Nov. 4. Services at cemetery chapel.
McNELLIS--Charles J. McNellis, Oct. 31, beloved husband of Anna Weldon McNellis, father of Charles P., Gene, Frank J. McNellis. Funeral Friday, Nov. 3, at 9:15 a. m., from late residence, 5532 Monroe-st., to St. Jarlath's church, thence by autos to Calvary.
NOLAN--Thomas J. Nolan, aged 77 years, late of Ballyhook House, Stratford-on-Siamey, County Wicklow, Ireland, father of Edmaond J. and Eugene P. Nolan. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 4, from chapel, 1820 S. Michigan-blvd., at 9:30 a. m., to St. Mary's church, Wabash-av., where high mass will be celebrated. Interment at Calvary cemetery, automobiles.
NUGENT--Mary Helen Nugent, beloved daughter of James and Stella (nee Schonburg). Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from late residence, 5234 Union-av. Autos to St. Mary's. Friends wishing seats call Yards 662.
O'CONNOR--John F. O'Connor, at 12"30 Nov. 2, 1916. Remains will be taken to Dallas, Tex., for burial.
PARNIE--Annie Edwards Parnie, sister of Stella Coan, 3157 Washington-blvd. Funeral notice later.
SCHULHOF--Birdie Schulhof, Nov. 1, aged 40 years, sister of Estella and Ehrnest Schulof. Funeral from late residence, 2137 Flournoy-st., Saturday, Nov. 4, at 2:30 p. m.; by autos to Oak Ridge.
SHEAR--Hiram H. Shear, beloved husband of Ella Shear, suddenly, at 4 a. m., Nov. 2. Services Nov. 3, 7:30 p. m., at 9440 Burnside-av. Interment Binghamton, N. Y.
TRAYLOR--William A. Traylor, at Tyler, Tex. Burial Forest Home Friday, 3 p.m. Services at cemetery.
POSTLEWAITE, Golden Rule Service and Golden Rule Prices; 34 years at one location; city and all suburbs. 1867 Ogden-av. Phone West 250.
WEIMESCHKIRCH & SON Undertakers, 7063 N. Clark-st. Rogers Park 71.
H. A. MULVIHILL, Oaklalnd ?17. Independent Funeral Director 43d-Grand.
FLORAL OFFERINGS. Made of fresh cut Orchids, Lilies of the Valley, Easter Lilies, Roses and SAwweet Peas in all shades. A. LANGE, Florist, 25 East Madison Street. Telephone Central 3777.
Nov. 13, 1912, Chicago Tribune
LAHEY--Mary Lahey, beloved mother of Mrs. William Freeman, Mrs. William Cochran, Catherine Doyle, Dora Lahey, R. P. Doyle of Galien, Mich., and Mrs Frank Conley of South Omaha, Neb. Funeral from her late residence 6331 Drexel-av., Thursday, Nov. 14, at 9 a. m., to Holy Cross church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated; carriages to Mount Olivet.
LANGAN--Capt. Maurice Langan, beloved husband of Sarah, nee Rogers,and brother of Johanna Langan, brother-in-law of Mrs. E. McAvoy, Mrs. M. Crowley, and M. Rogers of Detroit, at his residence, 1655 S. Trunbull-av. Funeral notice later.
MILLS--William A. Mills, Nov. 12, age 23 years, son of William A. and Jane Mills, brother of Fred, Leonard, Blaine, Walter, and Harold. Funeral notice later. St. Johns, New Brunswick, papers please copy.
ORR--Willard T. Orr, Monday, Nov. 11, 1912. Funeral services at his late residence, 911 Ainslie-st, Thursday morning, Nov. 14, at 10 o'clock, by automobile to Illinois Central. Burial at Kankakee, Ill.
RUNDBLAD--Albert Runblad, Nov. 4, at Los Angeles, Cal., beloved husband of Ella Runblad, brother of Mrs. Amelia Carlson. Funeral Wednesday 2 p. m., form Hultin's chapel, 8176 N. Clark-st. Burial at Graceland. Member of King Oscar lodge No. 855, A. F. and A. M.
RYAN--Mrs. Mary Ryan, Nov. 11, 1912, aged 82 years. Funeral from 4724 Vincennes-av., Wednesday, 2 p. m., to Oakwoods.
SCHRAM--John C. Schram, 1454 Farragut-av., aged 57 years, husband of Mary Schram, father of Mrs. W. E. Bond, Mrs. T. B. Roy Jr., John W., Frank E., Perry J. Member of Covenant lodge No. 526, A. F. & A. M.; Chicago council No. 4, R. S. & M ; Corinthian chapter No. 69, R. A. M., Funewral services by Covenant lodge at Rosehill chapel at 1:30, Thursday, Nov. 14, 1912.
SHERIDAN--John E. Sheridan, at Thomasville, Ga., Nov. 10, 1912, beloved son of Thomas and Catherine, deceased brother of James G., Thomas F., Dennis A., Micheal J., William, and the late Owen Sheridan, and Mary Delaney,. Funeral from his brother's residence, 1521 E. 54th-st., Nov. 14, to St. Thomas' church at 10 a. m. Interment at Mount Olivet, by automobiles.
SILVERBERG--Joe Silverberg, Oct. 28, 1912, canal zone, Isthmus of Panama, beloved brother of Max Silverberg, Lena Morgenthau, Bertha Meyers, Annie Fischer, Rose Horodesky, Dora Miller. Funeral services at Hamburg's undertaking chapel, 47th-st. and Prairie-av., Wednesday 12 o'clock sharp, to Waldheim.
STEIN--Mina Stein, Nov. 11, 1912, sister of D. M. Lindauer, Mrs. B. Reinheimer, Mrs. A. Bergmann, Sigmund Lee, and Ben Stein. Funeral from residence of D. M. Lindauer, 5929 Indiana-av., Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 9 a. m., by automobiles to Rosehill.
VANDERKLOOT--Andian Vanderkloot, president of the South Halsted Street Iron works, suddenly of heart failure at the home of his brother, M. R. Vanderkloot, at 7:30 p. m. yesterday. Funeral will be held Thursday, Nov. 14, at Lake Bluff, to lake Forest cemetery. Trian leaves Chicago for Lake Bluff by Chicago and N. W. railroad at 1:30 p. m.
WADE--Herbert C. Wade, Nov. 11, 1912, aged 37 years, son of William and the late Margaret Wade, brother of the late Gertrude and George R. Wade, brother of Helen, Rilla Willard, and Raymond Wade. Funeral services at Sheldon's funeral chapel, 912 Madison-st., Thursday, at 9:30 a. m. Burial at Elmwood cemetery.
WOODS--Josephine H. Woods, beloved daughter of Josephin F., Nov. 11 Funeral services Wednesday, 2 p. m., from 4132 Prairie-av., to Oakwoods.
Nov. 14, 1912, Chicago Tribune (partial list)
FAILING--Theresa Failing, Nov. 13, beloved wife of the late William Failing, mother of Mrs. Cora Thompson, Mrs. Carrie Heimberger, Mrs. Julia Davis, William, Grace, and Fred Failing. Funeral from 5921 Peoria-st., Friday, 1 p.m. Burial, Mount Hope by carriages.
FICKER--Katherine Fickar, aged 62 years, beloved wife of Rudolph A. Fickar, mother of Mrs. John Eisenhup, Mrs. R. B. Harder, Mrs. Richard Stearn, Mrs. Wiliam A. Friedlv. Funeral services Thursady, at 2 p. m., at late residence, 549 E. 46th-st. Interment Oakwoods.
GILLIAM--Bessie Gilliam, Nov. 12, 1912. Funeral services 1:30 p. m. Thursday at Jordan's chapel, 164 N. Michigan-av.; burial private, Forest Home.
GRATTAN--John Grattan, Nov. 12, 1912, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth, nee Wright, father of Henry H., Alice C., Joseph K., and Elward C. Grattan, at his residence, 3843 Park-av. Funeral notice later.
HAAS--Ethel R. Hass, Nov. 13, 1912, beloved daughter of Mary and the late Noah Haas, fond sister of Budah Le Moyne, Grace, and Roy Haas. Funeral from late residence, 4307 W. Monroe-st., Thursday, Nov. 14, at 12::30 p. m.; interment at Oakwoods. Bremen, Ind., papers please copy.
HANNIBAL--Anthony Hannibal, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Theresa Hannibal, nee Ludwig; father of Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Sorensen, Mrs. Pettermann, and Anthony P. Hannibal. Funeral from late residence, 2631 Sheffield-av., at 2 p. m., Friday, Nov. 15, 1912. Interment at St. Boniface cemetery.
JOHNSON--Annie Johnson, Nov. 13, nee Lowry, beloved wife of the late Andrew, mother of Dena and Andrew Johnson. Funeral from her late residence, 3646 S. Hamilton-av., Friday, Nov. 15, at 9 a. m., to Immanuel Presbyterian church, thence by carriages to Oakridge, Lead City (S. D.) Nebraska, and New York papers please copy.
KEHOE--Michael Kehoe, Nov. 11, beloved father of John H. and Lawrence F. Kehoe, Funeral Friday, Nov. 13, from late residence, 625 Avers-av., to Our Lady of Angels' church, burial Belvidere, Ill., via Chicago & Northwestern railroad, Kedzie-av, station, 11:05 a. m.
KERRIGAN-Thomas A. Kerigan, (name is spelled both ways in paper) of diptheria, age 18 years, beloved son of Thomas and Lucy Thelan Kerrigan, brother of Marybelle, Joe, Catherine, Lucy, Walter, Vincent, Elizabeth, and Clement. Funeral from his late residence, 1642 W. Garfield-blvd. Thursday, Nov. 14, at 9 a. m. , to Calvary. Burail private. Omit flowers.
MANNING--Catherine Manning, aged 3 years 10 months, beloved daughter of Officer James and Margaret Manning, nee Huffey, sister of Thomas, John, Marian, and James. Funeral from late residence, 5731 Hermitage-av., Thursday, Nov. 14, 1:30 p. m., to Mount Olivet. Funeral private. Omit flowers.
MARTIN--Margaret Martin, nee Upton, beloved wife of C. H. Martin, sister of Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Gleason, Thomas, Edward, and Delia, and the late William Upton, at her residence, 2102 S. Trumbull-av. Notice of funeral later.
McGONIGLE--Mary McGonigle, beloved wife of the late John, mother of Anna and the late Tomas and MRs. Edward Blondin. Funeral Friday from her late residence, 5319 Michigan-av., to St. Ann's church. High mass at 10 a. m. By automobiles to Mount Olivet.
NICHOLS--Julia E. Nichols, wife of the late L. B. Nichols, Nov. 12. Service Thursday, 9:30 a. m. from Boydston's chapel, Des Moines (Ia.) and Frederich papers please copy.
NORMOYLE--Mary Normoyle, Nov. 13, 524 W. 45th-pl., beloved daughter of James and the late Elizabeth and Nora Normaoyle. Funeral Saturday at 9 a. m. to St. Gabriel's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to 47th-st. depot and by special train to Mount Olivet. Member of St. Ann's court. W. C. O. F.
PAGE--Mary O. Page, Nov. 13, 1912, age 78 years. Funeral private, Friday 2 p. m., from her late residence, 330 N. Central-av., Austin. Interment Forest Home. Please omit flowers.
PEIRCE--Louise Van Valkenburgh Peirce, widow of the late Arthur H. Peirce, at Evanston, Nov. 12. Funeral from the family residence, 1209 Hinman-av., Evanston, Thursday, Nov. 14, at 2 o'clock. Interment private. Please omit flowers. Philadelphia papers plese copy.
RIDDEL--Bessie H. L. Riddil, Nov. 13, wife of Henry Ormond Riddel and daughter of the late John Lemon of Philadelphia. Funeral from St. Peter's church, Belmont and Evanston-avs., Saturday, Nov. 16, at 10:30.
RUSSELL--William W. Russell, Nov. 13, 1912, beloved husand of Rachel Russell, aged 57 years. Funeral Friday at 11 a. m. from late residence, 2663 Orchard-st. urial at Forest Home.
SHAW---James Shaw, age 27 years. Funeral from the chapel of the Western Casket and Undertaking company, Michigan-blvd. and Randolph-st., Interment at Rosehill.
SIMON--Rosalia Simon, Nov. 13, 1912, aged 76 years and 3 days, beloved widow of Albert Simon. Funeral from late residence, 549 Garfield-av., Friday, Nov. 15, at 1 p. m., by automobiles to Emmanuel cemetery. Please omit flowers.
SPIESBERGER--Hannah Spiesberger, beloved wife of Levi Spiesberger and mother of Mrs. Benjamin Sinsheimer, Norman L., and Herbert T. Spiesberger. Funeral from her late residence, 4751 Forrestville-av., Friday, Nov. 15, at 10 a. m., by automobile to Free Sons' cemetery. Please omit flowers. Philadelphia, Ia., and Keokuk, Ia., papers please copy. Baron Hirsch members please attend.
STRAUSS--Harry Strauss, aged 41 years and 9 months, beloved husband of Dora Strauss, nee Block; father of Joseph and Beatrice Strauss. Funeral Friday 12 o'clock sharp from late residence, 3816 Humboldt-av., by automobile to Waldheim cemetery.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
High Class Pianist, For First Calss Picture house. city; salary $35 per wk; man preferred. RUDOLPH WURLITZER CO., 329-331 S. Wabash-av., 4th floor. See MR. LIBBIN, 10-12 a. m.
Acting, Vocal, Piano, Dancing' Eve.; $1 lesson. HINSHAW Conservatory, Kimball Hall.
BARTER AND EXCHANGE.
Painting, Decorating, For Furiture, stoves, or what? South side. J. B. LUCAS, 7835 Ingleside-av.
Steel Rails, All Sizes; Splices for al l sections of rail, spikes, bolts, tram cars, switches, frogs, crossings; rails cut to lengths. M. MITSHKUN CO., Detroit, Mich.
TRUSSES, DEFORMITY APPARATUS.
The WOLFERTZ CO., 154 N. 5th-av.- Ruptures, deformities; specialist; expert truss ?itter; abd. supporters, elastic stockings, trusses, etc.; mfg. prices; ruptures and deformities corrected.
ARTS AND ANTIQUES
Rare China Bamboo Baskets, Satsuma ware, egg shell china, bric-a-brac, finest quality, priv. collection; Takashlemia screen. MRS. SAGE, care 5652 Lake-av.
Chrysanthemum Sale During Month of November; all the choicest roses, orchids, and violets on sale. A. LANGE, Florest, 25 E. Madison-st. Write for Illus. Wedding Catalog.
CHAS. G. BLAKE & CO., 719 Woman's Temple. Reliable makers of mon'ts., mausoleums........
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Chicago Tribune, Nov. 15, 1912
Card of Thanks.
I hereby extend to relatives and friends and employees of Marshall Field & Co., my heartfelt thanks for the beautiful flowers, kindness, and sympathy shown me at the funeral of my beloved wife, Gertrude Benson. MARTIN BENSON.
BABCOCK--William N. Babcock, at Glencoe, Ill., Nov. 14, suddenly of pneumonia, general western freight agent of the Lackawanna railraod. Services, at the residence in Glencoe, will be announced later. Interment at Omaha, Neb., next Sunday, Nov. 17. Omaha papers please copy.
BURKE--John C. Burke, beloved husband of the later Margaret Burke, nee B?enock, Nov. 11, 1912, at Missoula, Mont., father of Alice M., Florence, Mrs. A. L. Doorley, Mrs. George McMahon, Frank A., Irma J., John B., Dorothy E., and Keneth J. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 16, at 9:30 a. m., from late residence, 3750 Ellis-av., to Holy Angels' church, carriages to Calvary.
BYRNE--Mathew F. Byrne, Nov. 13, beloved husband of Cecelia Byrne, nee Klelakifske, brother of John P., Luke, James, Mary, and William D. Byrne. Funeral Friday from his late residence, 8655 N. 42d-ct., at 10:30 a. m., to St. Viator's church, at 41st-av. and Addison-st. Interment, St. Adelbert's cemetery, Norwood Park, by carriages.
ELLIOTT--Mary E. Elliott, beloved wife of the late Sheldon C. Elliott. Funeral private from late residence, 322 N. Clark-av., Austin, Friday, at 2 p. m. Burial, Forest Home cemetery.
GESAS-- Nathan Gesas, beloved husband of Bessie Gesas, father of Mrs. H. Markowitz, Mrs. F. Zwil?ing, Mrs. F. L. Lewis, Mrs. H. I. Jacobs, alnd Harry, Barney, and Michael Gesas. Funeral will be held from his late residence, 807 Maxwell-st., Friday, Nov. 15, at 9 a. m., by carriages to Waldheim cemetery. New York and Salt Lake City papers please copy.
KERNS--At Augustana hospital, Chicago, Nov. 13, Andrew K??drick Kerns, beloved husband of Sara Jordan Kerns, aged 62. Funeral services at St. Si??N's church, 1151 Leland-av., Friday at 3 p. m. Interment Saturday at Champaign, Ill.
LAVARUS--The Rev. A. Lavarus, Nov. 14, 7:15 a. m. Funeral from the residence of Morris Benjaman 1128 S. Sacramento-blvd., Friday, 10 a. m. by carriages to Waldheim cemetery.
LAVENDER--Thomas Lavender, at the Hursen Funeral chapel, 2346 W. Madison-st., Saturday, Burial Rosehill cemetery.
LEHRKANT--Mary Lehrkant, Nov. 13, 1912, beloved wife of the late Frederick Lehrkant, sister of Augusta Kiesling (or Klesling), Henry and Charles Luders. Funeral Saturday, at 2 p. m., from late residence 5323 Wayne-av. Interment, Rosehill.
MAY--Annie Butler May, Thursday, Nov. 14, Winnetka, Ill. Services private; from Graceland cemetery, on Saturday, Nov. 16. Please omit flowers. Louisville, KY., papers please copy.
M'CALL--Henry McCall passed away Nov. 13, 1912. Funeral from the Palmer houseat 2 o'clock Friday, Nov. 13. Burial at Oakwoods. cemetery.
NARAMORE--Adela Salter Naramore, age 6 years, from diphtheria, daughter of Franklin and Adele Naramore, at her home, 4418 Jackson-blvd. Funeral private. Springfield (Ill.) papers please coy.
SIMON-Rosalia Simon, Nov. 13, 1912, aged 76 years and 3 days, beloved widow of Albert Simon. Funeral from late residence, 549 Garfield-av., Friday, Nov. 15, at 1 p. m., by automobiles to Emmanuel cemetery. Please omit flowers.
Chicago Tribune, Nov. 16, 1912.
KIRTLAND--Helen Lee Kirtland, 304 N. 4th-??., Maywood, Thursday, Nov. 14. Funeral Sunday, at 2 p. m., from the Church of the Holy Communion. Burial at Oak Ridge.
LAMA--Bartolomeo Lama, beloved husband of Asaunta Rinerdi Lama, father of John Viola, Michael, Battspa, and Alvira Lama, at 2245 School-st. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 17, 1912, at 9 a. m. to Church of the Assumption, by carriages to I. C. deopot, foot of Randolph-st., cars to Mt. Carmel.
MANASSE--Hannah Manasse, age 78, Nov. 15, at her late residence, 2631 N. Humboldt-st. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 17, at 1 p. m. sharp, to Waldheim by automobiles.
MERTENS--Max Mertens, beloved husband of Clara, nee Hendrichs. Nov. 15 at 1 p. m. Funeral SUnday at 3 p. m. from late residence, 3761 Wilton-av., to Graceland.
PETERSON--Mrs. Tuna Peterson, widow of late C. F. Peterson, Nov. 14, age 72. Funeral from late residence,, 1614 Berwyn-av., Monday, Nov. 18, at 2 p. m. to Rosehill.
STEIN--Anna Stein, beloved wife of Samuel Stein, mother of Carrie Weil and Sydney J. Stein, Friday at 5 p. m. Funeral notice later.
UTES--Joachim Utes, Nov. 15, 1912, age 76 years, beloved father of Charles, Elizabeth, and the late William and Ferdinand Utes. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 17, at 2 p. m., from his late residence, 1529 Mohawk-st. Burial at Wunder cemetery.
WALSH--Alicia Walsh, beloved wife of the late Richard Walsh and mother of Richard M., Thomas E. Walsh and Mrs. Anna M. Finnegan. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 17, from her late residence, 4005 Sheridan-rd., at 11:45 a. m. to St. Mary of the Lake church. Interment at Aurora, Ill.
WEIL--Officer Isidore Weil, beloved son of Hani Weil and the late David Weil, brother of Mrs. Feingold and Mrs. Weil, Maurice, Jacob, Nathan, RoseRalph, George. Funeral Sunday, 1 p. m., from late residence, 4815 N. Robey-st., by autos to Waldheim. New York papers please copy.
WILLIAMS==Mary A. Williams, Nov. 15, 1912, at residence of her daughter, 8239 Warren-av. Mother of Mrs. Stella M. Gray and Lillian M. Jones. Funeral Sunday at 8 p. m., form Platner's corner Jackson-blvd, and Ogden-av. Burial at La Crosse, Wis., Monday.
STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES
Retiring from business. Will sacrifice cutting and stock tables, cutting machines, sponging machines, motors,office partitions, floor cases, sample trunks, and electric rip saw. Phone Harrison 9. DAUBE, COHN & CO., 647 S. Fifth-av.
GUTMANN Store fixture company. Manufacturer of all kinds of store and office fixtures. Also used fixtures for any kind of stor or office. 25 new and used latest style soda fountains. GUTMANN's Store Fixtures Co., 634 S. Wabash-av. Telephones: Harrison 4931 Automatic 61-302.
JULIUS BENDER, 901, 903, 905, 907, 909, 911 W. Madison-st. Telephone Monreo 1712. Manufacturer and jobber of store and office fixtures. Second hand fixtures of every description. Terms cash or time.
Desks, safes, typewriters, office furniture, both new and second hand, the lowest priced house int he west. We buy and exchange. HESLOP-RYLAND Desk Co., 168 W. Lake-st., Franklin 2507.
Clearing sale of store fixtures of every description at special bargain prices; new and used. Cash or time. CHARLES BENDER CO., 608 Wells-st. Phone North 1442.
Desks, chairs, partitions, safes, etc.; filing cabinets, tables, counters, shelving bought and sold. P. CASEY'S SONS 173 N. 5th-av.
Save money buying new and used desks, chairs, etc. All kinds at snap prices, SABATH Desk Co., 430 S. State-st.
Desks, chairs, tables, filing devices: lowest prices on new and used goods. FRANKLIN Desk Fcty., 23 E. Jackson-blvd.
We sell the only safes made under the HALL patents and by the HALL Safe Co. If you want a good safe and a bargain, see us. DONNELL Safe Company, 227-229 W. Washington-st.
Best place to buy new or second hand safes at the right price is at SABATH Safeco., 186 W. Lake-st. All makes; all sizes.
Looking for a bargain? Here's your chance--less thean 1/2 on all 2nd hand safes. HERING-HALL-MARVIN Safe CO., 211 W. Washington-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED --MALE.
Situation wanted-- by experienced gardener, 31, first class landscaper; thoroughly understands pruning of trees and shrubs, also takes care of horses, cows, chickens. Best references. SCHAUFFLER, 309 William-st., Waukegan.
Situation wanted-- Foreman, several years experience in tool and high class automatic machinery; ref. G. ALMBERG, 900 Newport-av.
Situation wanted-- on accountof some open time, will make big reduction in high class paperhanging, painting and decorating; best refs. H. B. BALDWIN, 735 W. 61st-st.
Situation wanted -- Here is a message to any Christian home in the United States from a colored West Indian who wants to work in a private home; good reference; no tramp; I will take care of your automobile; able to drive and overhaul. A trial will convince you. I will also give one week of faithful service in anything around the house free of charge. I am willing to do anything. Please call me at once on trial. DAVID GRAHAM, 3823 S. State-st.
Situation wanted-- First class house-man, thoroughly understanding the work; best auto cleaner. Address A. NERAD, 1804 Blue Island-av.
Chicago Tribune, Nov. 17, 1912
ANCIENT ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE-- The sixty-first semi-annual reunion of Oriental Con???tory and its co-ordinate bodies will be held in the preceptory of the rite, 935 Dearborn-av., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 18, 19, 20, and 21, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. on Monday and at 1 p. m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Resident members of the rite and visitors are cordially invited to be present.
JULIUS R. KLINE, 33 (degree), T. P. M.,
URBINE J. HERRMANN, 33 (degree) S. P.,
GRANT ORR, 32 (degree) W. M.,
HIRAM L. WILTSE, 33 (degree), C. in C.
CHESTER S. GURNEY, 33 (degree) , Secretary.
CLEVELAND LODGE, No 211, A. F. & A. M., Temple hall, Masonic Temple -- Special meeting Wednesday evening, Nov. 20, 1912, at 6 o'clock. Stated at 7:30. Master Mason degree..
WILL J. BELL, Master.
WM. D. WATSON, Secretary
APOLLO COMMANDERT NO 1, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Asylum No. 29 West Monroe-st--State conclave Tuesday, nov. 19, 1912, at 7:30 p. m. for business and work. Drill t 6:30 p. m. Visiting Sir Knights cordially invited.
CHRISTOPHER VAN DEVENTER, E. C.
HENRY S. TIFFANY, Recorder.
WILEY M. EGAN CHAPTER, NO. 126, R. A. M., 29 W. Monroe-st.--Stated convocation Friday, Nov. 22, at 7:30 p. m. sharp. Work on M. P. and M. E. degrees. Visiting companions welcome.
DAVID T. DRUMMOND, E. H. P.
B.(or E.) L. ANDERSON, Sec.
ST. BERNARD COMMANDERY, NO. 35, K. T., 912 La Salle-av.--Stated conc?ave Wednesday, Nov. 20, 7:30 p. m. Work. Visiting Sir Knights cordially invited.
JOSEPH PUTCHER, E. C.
HARRY H., FLINN, Recorder.
COHEN--Isaac Cohen. The dedication of the stone in memory of the late Isaac Cohen, husband of Ida Cohen, father of Harry Cohen, Mrs. Annie Ginsburg, Mrs. A. Fromberz, Mrs. J. Meyer, and Morris Cohen will be held Sunday, Nov. 17, 1:30 p. m. at Oakwoods.
DE NOYER--Isa De Noyer. In loving rememberance of our dear mother, who passed from her suffering into the haven of God's sheltering arms one year ago today, Nov. 17, 1911.
Free from sorrow now and pain,
Our loss, her lasting gain.
With the loved ones gone before,
She will live forever more.
In loving memory of her husband, son, and daughter.
JELONAK--In sad but loving memory of our dear departed wife and mother. Rosalie Suskind Jalonak, who departed this life 5 years ago today, Nov. 17, 1907, for her eternal rest. Gone, but not forgotten. May her soul rest in peace.
FROM HER LOVING HUSBAND AND CHILDREN.
WITKOWSK--A monument erected to the memory of the late Louis Witkowsky, husband of Flora and father of Emma and Jacob L. Witkowsky, will be dedicated on Sunday Novl 17, at 2:30 sharp. In case of rain postponed to Sunday, Nov. 24.
BARTLETT==George Bartlet, (newspaper spells name both ways) , Nov. 14, aged 36 years, husband of Augusta Bartlett, son of William and Ellen, brother of William, Charles, ?????, ?????, Annie, Fannie, and the late.....
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MITCHELL--William Mitchell, at Presbyterian hospital on Nov. 15, father of Ada and Helen. Funeral Monday 2 p. m., from late residence, 6844 Norwood-st., Norwood Park.
MURRAY--Richard Murray, beloved husband of Bridget G., nee Dougherty, father of John J., Richard F., Michael A., William G., Anne G., and Mrs. J. J. McDonagh. Funeral from late residence, 2920 monroe-st., Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. to Our Lady of Sorrows church. By carriages to Mt. Carmel. Kindly omit flowers.
NORTON--Mrs Francis M. Norton, entered into rest at residence of her daughter, Mrs. Fannie S. Reeder, 5111 Waveland-av. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 10 a. m., at Carroll's chapel, 4542 E. Ravenswood-park.
O'MEARA-- Nora O'Meara, nee Gleason, Nov. 15, 1912, beloved wife of the late Thomas O'Meara. Funeral Monday at 8:30 a.. m., from residencd of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Lawler (or Lewler), 8?59 Evanston-av., to Mt Carmel church. Thence by carriages to Calvary. Kindly omit flowers. New Albany, Ind. papers please copy.
OTT--Barbara Ott, nee Weckler, Nov., Nov. 15, at Michigan City, Ind., aged 64 years and 4 days, beloved wife of Peter Ott, mother of Mrs. William Murphy, Walter J., and Ella Ott. Funeral Monday, Nov. 18, from Church of the Assumption, Illinois-st., near Orleans, at 1:30, to St. Boniface cemetery.
ROLSTEN--Frances M. Rolston, beloved daughter of Thomas W. Rand and sister of Mrs. Nelson Howard of Piedmont, Cal. Funeral Monday at 2:30 p. m. at Rosehill chapel; burial at Rosehill.
RUBY--Mrs. Agnes Ruby, born May 31, 1845, wife of Charles H. Ruby and sister of Mrs. Frank J. Reed. Funeral from residence of Frank J. Reed, 430 E. 49th-st., at 2 p. m. Monday, Nov. 18. Burial at Oakwoods. Lafayette (Ind.) papers please copy.
STEIN--Anna Stein, nee Heller; beloved wife of Samuel Stein, mother of Mrs. B. F. Weil of Minneapolis, and Sidney J. Stein; Friday, 5:30 p. m. Funeral from late residence, 5830 (or 5330) S. Park-av., by automobiles to Free Sons Cemeetery, Waltheim. Kindly omit flowers.
UNDERWOOD--Cyrus H. Underwood, aged 76 (or 70) years, husband of Ida, on Nov. 15th. Funeral 10:?0 a. m., Nov. 18, at residence of daughter, Mrs. George E. Ma??hall (possibly Marshall ), 5147 Cornell-av. Burial at Mt. Hope. Aurora, Ill., papers please copy.
WALCOTT--Mabel L. Walcott, Nov. 1? (15 or 16), 1912, at residence, 8147 W. Polk-st; beloved daughter of Albert and Louisa, nee Miller; sister of Clara and Albert. Funeral Monday, Nov. 18, at 12 o'clock, by carriages to Kedzie-av. station; to Arlington cemetery.
Another column of Chicago Tribune dated Nov. 17, 1912
BARTLETT--George Bartlet, (newspaper spells name both ways), Nov 14, aged ?6 (possibly 36) years, husband of Augusta Bartlett, son of William and Ellen, brother of William, Charles, Frank, Herbert, Annie, Fannie, and the late Nellie and Harry. Funeral services at Sheldon's funeral chapel, 912 Madison-st., Sunday, Nov. 17, at 2 p. m. Burial at Oakridge cemetery. Private car will leave from Center-av. station of Metropolitan Elevated road at 2:50 p. m.
BERGSTRAND--Chester George Bergstrand, Nov. 14, beloved son of Axel C. and Anna M. Bergstrand, brother of Lucile, age 9 years 7 months. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 17, 2 p. m., from parents residence, 2822 N. Maplewood-av. Interment Mount Olive.
BOND--Sara R. Bond aged 24 years and 11 months, dearly beloved daughter of Katherine Bond, sister of Ignatius. Mrs. Gisella Weil, William, Mrs. Anna Lehman, Alexander, Fred, Regina, and the late Arthur Bond. Funeral Sunday at 10 a. m. from chapel, corner Fullerton and Maplewood-avs., by automobiles to Waldheim.
BERGER--Samuel Berger, aged 55, 1501 Edgemont-av., beloved father of Mrs. M. Ettelson, Kate, Mrs. A. Winsberg, Etta, Effie and Ben. Funeral Thursday at Congregation Ohavo Sholen Mariampol, 11 a. m. , Sunday. Omaha papers, please copy,
BECKER--V. H. Becker, Nov. 15, at Lakeside hospital, aged 69 (or 60), husband Emma F.(or E.), father of Victor H. Jr. and Walter E. Funeral notice later.
CARTER--Benjamin Carter, at Alexian Bros. hospital, aged 76 years, beloved father of William B. Carter. Funeral from George Klaner's chapel, 1414 N. Clark-st., Monday, Nov. 18, 1912, at 2 p. m.; interment Rosehill.
CONRATH--Lizzie Conrath, beloved sister of John, Peter, and Mary A. Thien. Funeral from late residence, 4141 Wentworth-av., Monday, Nov. 18, at 9 a. n., to St. George's church, where solemn mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to St. Mary's cemetery.
CUNY--John Adams Cuny, brother of Ambrose Cuny, Nov. 14, at Milwaukee, Wis. Funeral Monday, Nov. 18, at 8:30 a. m., from Zuber's chapel, 2938 Lincoln-av., to St. Benedict's church. Carriages to St. Boniface cemetery. Funeral private. Please omit flowers.
CHIPMAN--Margaret Chipman, wife of the late George Chipman, Nov. 15, 1912, aged 63 years, beloved mother of Laura, Louis, George and Ward. Funeral from late residence, 7641 Langley-av., Monday, Nov. 18, at 2 p. n., to Oakwoods cemetery.
CARMODY--Patrick J. Carmondy, at his residence, 3510 W. 18th-st., beloved husband of Catherine, father of Joseph, brother of Mrs. Frank McCauley, Mrs. Thomas Burke, Mrs. John Gillespie, and John. Funeral Monday, Nov. 18, at 9 a. m. to Blessed Sacrament church for high mass, carriages to Calvary.
DECKER--Edward Decker, aged 52, Nov. 16, beloved husband of Johanna, nee L?serman (possibly Leserman or Loserman),; father of Mrs. Dave Marks, Mrs. Ben Neiger (or Nelger), Alexander, Helen, and Harriet, brother of Adolf, Alfred, Mrs. N. Simon (Germany), Mrs. S. Spitz, and Mrs. M. W. Becker. Funeral Monday, Nov. 18, at 1 p. m., from his late residence, 4808 Prairie-av., by automobiles to Free Sons' cemetery.
GARELS--Martin Garels, aged 87 years, at his residence, 112 W. Ohio-st., beloved father of Anna Schmutz, grandfather of Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Miller, great-grandfather of Martin and Evelyn Miller. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 17, at 1:30 p. m. from late residence. Services 2:30 p. m. at Graceland chapel.
GALLIGAN--Catherine L. Galligan, aged 92; born Nov. 6, 1820; beloved mother of the late Rev. Thomas F. Galligan, formerly pastor of St. Patrick's church, Chicago; mother of Margaret Galligan, Mrs. W. Covle, and Patrick Galligan. Funeral Monday, Nov. 18, from her late residence, ?50 (650 or 550) Surf-st., at 9 a. m., to Our Lady of Mount Carmel church, Belmont-av. and Halsted-st., thence by cariages to Calvary cemetery. Please omit flowers.
HERBST--Grace Adele Herbst, beloved wife of Dr. Robert H. Herbst, 2659 Lake View-av. Burial at Rosehill, Sunday at 2 p. m.
JOHNSTON--Marion Johnston, nee McEwing, beloved wife of Henry S. Johnston, mother of the late Frank Klein. Funeral Monday, Nov. 18, at 1 p. m. from late residence, 1007 (or 1607) Grand-av. Carriages to Graceland. Stanley Bridge and Charlottson P. E. I., papers please copy.
KIRTLAND--Helen Lee Kirtland, 304 N. 4th-av., Maywood. Thursday, Nov. 14. Funeral Sunday, at 2 p. m., from the Church of the Holy Communion. Burial at Oak Ridge.
KILEY--John Kiley, Nov. 16, at his residence, 1913 Indiana-av., beloved father of James A., Jerry, George, Etta, Mrs. John J. Coughlin. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 9:30 a. m. to St. John's church, where high mass will be celebrated by carriages to Calvary.
LAWLER--Nellie Lawler, nee McGuire, beloved wife of Peter Lawler, mother Jeanette and Herbert Lawler. Funeral Monday 9:30 a. m. from late residence, 422 S. Robey-st., to St. Jarlath's church carriages to Calvary.
LANGAN--Edward J. Langan, on Nov. 16, 1912, beloved husband of Lillian M. Langan, aged 41 years. Funeral Tuesday at 10 a. m. from late residence, 216 S. Campbell-av.; burial at Oakridge.
LUNDQUIST--Myrtle Lundquist, Nov. 1? (15 or 16), 1912, aged 17 years, at her residence, 1771 Leland-av., beloved daughter of Ernest and Myrtle Lindquist; sister of Ernest, George, Willie, and Gladys. Funeral Sunday, 1:30 p. m., from Hultin's chapel, 3176 N. Clark-st. Burial lat Mount Olive.
MAYER--Bernard Mayer, beloved husband of Jean and son of Mrs. Caroline and the late Isaac Mayer, and brother of Jacob Nathan, Charles S., and Louise; entered into rest Nov. 16. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 19th at 12:30, from Hamburg's funeral chapel, 4649 Prairie-av. By auto to Union depot, then by train to Mount Maariv.
MERTINS-- Max Mertens, suddenly, aged 39 (or possibly 30) years5 months, beloved husband of Clara, nee Henrich; father of Emily and Bertha; son of Mrs. Charles Hammesfahr; brother of Alex, Harry, and Adolph. Burial Sunday, 1 p. .m., from 3701 Wilton-av., to Graceland cemetery.
MOODY--Albert Moody, aged ?? (possibly 35 or 55) years, Saturday morning, Nov. 16. Funeral services Sunday, Nov. 17, ? p. m., from late home 5840 Kenmore-??.......
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Chicago Tribune, Oct. 2, 1903
DEATHS. (partial list).
M'NERNEY --Sept. 30, Bridget McNerney. Funeral Oct, 3 at 9 a. m. from 270 W. North-av. to Annunciation church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
MURPHY--On Sept. 29, 1903, in New York City, Harriet D., widow of the late B. F. Murphey. Funeral at Oakwoods cemetery of Friday, Oct. 2, on arrival of Lake Shore train due at En-
2 p. m., from 6829 Calumet-av. Interment Oakwoods.
MEYER--Antoinette, aged 50 years. Funeral Saturday at 9:30 a. m. from 539 Sedgwick-st, to St. Michael's church, thence to St. Boniface.
MORAN--Oct. 1, John Moran, husband of SAarah Moran, 2043 Armitage-av. Funeral notice later.
NEISEN--Hattie, wife of J. W. Neisen, 1541 Diversey-at., at Denver, Colo., Sept. 25. Buried at Oakwoods Tuesday.
NELSON--Swan, 256 N. May-st., Sept. 30. Funeral notice later.
O'CONNELL--Sept. 30, Patrick. Funeral Oct. 2 at 9 a. m. from 322 Loomis-st. to Holy Family church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
PERKINS--Mrs. L. Maud Perkins (nee Lewis), beloved wife of F. (or E.) E. Perkins, mother of Maudie Perkins, daughter of S. M. Lewis and Agnes Lewis (nee Sinclair), and sister of Mrs. Irene Place, Mrs. Margaret Nelson, and Mr. Thomas Lewis. Funeral Friday, at 9:15, from her residence, 288 Honore-st., to St. Jarlath's church, thence by carriages to Oak Ridge.
PRIOR--Mary, Sept. 30, at 271 Forquer-st., wife of Thomas Prior. Funeral Friday at 9:20 a. m. to Holy Family church, carriages to Mount Carmel.
ROSCH--Oct. 1, at 4856 State-st., Mary, wife of the late John Rosch, and mother of Mrs. Mary Offutt, Nicholas, and Peter Mark, and the late John N. Rosch, aged 76 years. Funeral notice hereafter.
STAUDINGER--Caroline Marie Eliza, born 1875, died Sept. 30, wife of Edward Staudinger. Funeral Oct. 2, at 1 p. m. from 2230 Archer-av. by carriages to Graceland.
SCHORLING--August Schorling at the age of 78, on Oct. 1, father of J. M. Schorling and Mrs. J. J. Monahan. Funeral Sunday, at 1 o'clock from 5?7 W. 79th-st., by carriages to Mount Greenwood.
STAPLETON--Edward C., aged 41 years. Notice of funeral later.
WALKER--Sept. 30, 1903, William, husband of Mary Walker (nee Fisher) and son of William Walker, aged 30 years. Funeral Sunday, Oct. 4, at 12:30 p. m., from his late residence 1000 South Sawyer-av., by carriages to Bohemian National cemetery, under auspices of Metropolitan lodge No. 860, A. F. & A. M.
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD.
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE issued yesterday by the health department:
Birdsell, William W., 67; 5359 Prairei-av, Sept. 30.
Bambuta, James, 59; 234 25th-pl., Sept. 29
Brandt, Robert, 23; 215 31st-st., Sept. 29.
Chamberlain, Mary a., 72; 2632 Magnolia-av., Sept. 30.
Casey, Maty, 93; 12 Nutt-st., Sept. 29.
Cleys, Emil, 15; foot of Barry-av., Oct. 1.
Downey, Frances J., 37; 51st-st. and Indiana-av., Sept. 30.
Dwyer, Mary J., 17; 710 W. 47th-st., Sept. 29.
Fogarty, William, 43; 425 W. Ohio-st., Sept. 30.
Gourley, John, 48, no address, Sept. 30.
Goodwin, Thomas M., 35; 264 Elm-st., Oct. 1.
Hamilton, Paul J., 22; 1586 Jacksaon-blvd., Sept 30.
Heim, Elizabeth, 80, 710 Melrose-st., Sept. 30.
Johnson, Mattie, 33; 986 W. Harrisoon-st., Oct. 1.
Krisza Josephine, 32; 1239 N. Ashland-av., Sept. 30.
Kellogg, Albert, 22; 410 State-st., Sept. 27.
Kaufman, George, l43; 5233 Ashland-av., Sept. 29.
Lundberg, Anna M., 46; 942 S. Robey-st., Oct. 1.
Muss, Theresa, 83; 114 Roscoe-st., Sept. 30.
Mulqueen, Thomas, 28; 2054 Carroll-av., Sept. 29.
Mueller, John M.. 32; 412 63rd-st., Sept. 30.
Menasen, Mary, 41; 3124 S. Park-av., Sept. 30.
Omo, William, 54; 525 W. 60th-st., Sept. 30.
Perkins, Lavinia, 26; 288 Honore-st., Sept. 30.
Stevens, Harry S., 46, 1037 N. Clark-st., Sept. 28.
Silverman, Harris, 58; 200 W. 14th-st., Sept. 29.
Timms, Florence E., 20; 627 W. North-av., Sept. 30.
Ullrich, Elisabeth, 62; 21 Garfield-ct., Sept. 29.
Willis, James, 26; 1252 Jackson-blvd., Sept. 29.
Wabler, Margaret, 72; 68 Clybourn-pl., Sept. 27.
Walker, Wilham, 31; 1000 Sawyer-av. , Sept. 30.
THE COUNTY CLERK ISSUED PERMITS TO wed to the following couples yesterday, the parties living in Chicago where no place of residence is given:
Fred D. Stimson, Lena B. Koschnick...34--24
William Kelly, Helen Rafferty...23-19
Henry C. Schoemehl, Emily Stevens...24--27.
William F. Stewig, Helen Dalberg...38--26.
Cutlibert C. Adams, Maria E. Hunt...27--21.
Herman Christmas, Ann Christensen...25--22.
William Schroeder, Minnie Hansen...24--21.
August Carlson, Josephine Michelson...28--18.
Frank Krai?? (Possibly Kraile), Josephine Kral...40--28
Vincence Rustja, Pauline Vajne...33--28.
Albert Hollman, Clara B. McGreger (or McGregor)...25--27.
Alexander Frank, Laura Launderville...26--21.
Charles Pagel, Frieda Bruhnke...32--18.
Louis B. Morgan, Nettie Meimer...22-19.
Wash. Binkley, Pearl Mae Thomas...48--22.
Minthove M. Day, Judelia Fuller...21--18.
Michael Shani (or Shanj), Rose Farra...22--19
Domenico Lalnola (or Lainola), Marie Senese...24--18.
Antonio Minello, Carnelia Senese...25--18.
Jozef Gierek, Batonia Nako (or Nake)...54--20.
George Paddock, Belle Haughey...43--42.
Earl H. Reynolds, Margaret McMahon...36--23.
Franciszek Szotek, Zofya Rai (or Raj)...22--19.
William E. Stoeckle, Gertrude Furth...30--29.
Arthur Lessey, Mary Bettie Tavlor (or Taylor)...33--30.
Ignae (or Ignac) Sroka, Kurngunda Tszalkowna...23--19.
Catelli Montagno, Rosina Mascatto...22-19.
William J. Wright Jr., Lillian Armstrong...24--24.
George Fred Brown, Hattie Cunningham...23--19.
Julius F. Habermann, Marie M. Bock...24--26.
Bert J. Duckwell, Nellie Vandagrift...26--24.
Julius Rekan, Mary Niemeyer...19--19.
Charles Abbott Phillips, Irene Cook...33--26.
Mathias Thubald, Maria Therese Bergaman...4? (43 or 46)...35.
Joseph Herrmann, Emma Thrierks...22--18.
Josef Tieve, Katarsyna Glodiska...21--23.
Daniel McFall, Christine Lefaher...34--32.
Albert C. Klusendorf, Bertha Stender...22--21.
William P. Regan, Kathryn Alford...27--23.
Peter Scheidt, Katherina Neumeier...56--32.
Albert Didreksen, Marie Berg...32--24.
Walter Francis Hickey, Mae C. Murphy...27--23.
Christopher Saracco, Antonia Pacelli...21--28.
Norville Butler, Minnie V. Plum...33--33.
Frank Groszek, Pekla Noga...27--20.
Morton S. Brooks, Ruth S. Barwick...21--22.
Wojelech Wlotlek, Zofia Paluch...28--26.
Josef Jurglas, Mary Turauskajte...25--18.
John B. Lewis, Clara M. Fleming...22--23.
Koslante Brzibolowski, Antonina Kaszspska...22--18.
Albert Hurst, Laura Searr...48--24.
Ernest C. Kading, Annie Volker...39--30.
August Ohlson, Ella Soderberg...30--25.
John King, Tillie Cogan...41--33.
Joseph Giblar, Christina Vojta...22--21.
Oscar Wedin, Tillie Larson...25--25.
Frank Brunke (or Branke), Martha Kobus...16--20.
Michael Netzman, Mary King...21--18.
Andryz Ras, Anna Durza...28--21.
Edward Langton, Emma Higgins...45--30.
Albert Chinsky, Sarah Katzof...29--19.
Lucius T. Harding, Sarah C. Smith...60--40.
William Beckman, Anna Harrison...35--34.
Horace M. Manning, Emily L. Pooey...24--24.Manuel Deans, Sadie Brown...21--18.
Thomas J. Vyrnes, Annie M. Arnold...31--26.
John Renner, Mary Kolaska...24--24.
Anton Kalno, Anna Holer...24--2?.
Antoni Pawela, Marvanna Woszcyewska...23--2?.
William Karnuth, Clara Selensky...33--20.
Herman F. Hoffmann, Clara Nierdorf...28-19.
Chicago "TRIBUNE" -- Sept. 18, 1915, page 11
TINSMAN FUNERAL TODAY.
Funeral services for Winfield Scott TINSMAN, chariman of the General Manager's association of Chicago, who died at Rochester, Minn., on Wednesday, will be held from his late residence in Kenilworth today at 2 p.m.
A special train will leave the Chicago and Northwastern station at 1:25 o'clock, returning immediately after the funeral services and stop at the Davis street station in Evanston, both going and returning.
Mr. TINSMAN is survived by Mrs. TINSMAN, a son, Hovey, a daughter, Louise, and twin sons, Humbert and Tracy.
WILLIAM A. HUNTING, a civil war veteran and a member of Old Glory post No. 798, Grand Army of the Republic, died at his daughter's residence, 6002 South State street, yesterday, aged 74 years. A daughter, Mrs. Charles P. WILLIAMS, survives him.
SISTER MARY ELAAZER M'GRATTON of St. Xavier's academy died yesterday. She was born in Ireland in 1830. During the civil war she was a nurse in Col. MULLIGAN's regiment. Funeral tomorrow morning from St. Xavier's. Burial at Calvary.
EDWIN B.NAISH, who died suddenly in Chicago yesterday, was an insurance agent of Milwaukee. He was well known in insurance circles throughout the middle west.
MRS. ADELLA OTIS DEMING of 4356 Greenwood avenue died Thursday in Bristol, R. I. She was 65 years old. Mrs. Deming was the widow of Dr. Henry Halbert DEMING of Chicago.
JAMES B. MENDENHALL, aged 58 years, died at his residence, 526 Maple avenue, Oak Park, yesterday. The widow and three children, Roy E., Bessie, and Laura MENDENHALL, survive.
Chicago "TRIBUBE" -- Sept. 18, 1915, page 11
FRANKEL-- To the memory of Joseph FRANKEL, who died one year ago today.
BRENNING-- Charles ?. H. BRENNING, beloved son of Augusta and brother of Gustave, Emma, Claira, Elizabeth and Herman BRENNING. Funeral services at late residence, 2649 Drake-av., Sunday, Sept. 19, at 3;00 p.m. Interment at Kankakee, Ill, Monday. Kankakee papers please copy.
COLLINS--William Thomas COLLINS, at his home, 1743 Warren-av., beloved husband of the late Anna TROUT, beloved father of Edward and Harry. Funeral from undertaking rooms, Ogden and Jackson-blvd., 2 p.m., Saturday, to orest (?or crest) Home.
COBB-- W. Winfield COBB Jr., Sept. 15, at Berwyn, Ill, beloved husband of Margaret RIES COBB. Funeral at Kenwood Church of the New Jerusalem, corner Forty-sixth and Woodlawn-av., 3;30 p.m., Monday, Sept 20, burial at Oakwoods.
CRAIN-- Arthur Merriam CRAIN, in Mercy hospital, Sept. 17, beloved husband of Josephine KOCH and son of the late Charles S. CRAIN and Laura B. CRAIN of Newtonville, Mass. Services, 12 o'clock noon today in funeral chapel, 164 N. Michigan-av. Interment Newtonville, Mass.
DEMING-- Adelia Otis DEMING, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur EMERSON, Bristol, R. I., Sept. 16, 1915, widow of Dr. Henry Halbert DEMING. Funeral Monday, Sept. 20, at 2;30 p.m., from her late residence, 4335 Greenwood-av.
DULEY-- H. H. DULEY, Sept. 15, 1915; beloved husband of Gertrude A., and father of Mrs. L. P. WINGERT, and William H.; brother of Mrs. J. H. GO?? and Elmer E. DULEY. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m., from Brookline Presbyterian church, 73rd-st, and Maryland-av., thence by large funeral limousine to Mount Greenwood, where services will be held under the auspices of Park Manor Lodge No. 899, A. F. & A. M. Cincinnati and Clermont county, O., papers please copy.
ENGLANDER--Samuel ENGLANDER, survived by his beloved wife, Amelia Sadie, Phillip, Helen, Bernice, and Irene. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 10, at 2 p.m., from chapel, 3660 W. 12-sst.; thence by auto to Waldheim. New York and Brooklyn papers please copy.
GORMAN-- Michael GORMAN, native of County Limerick, parish of Colmanswill, Ireland, brother of Mrs. A. WHITE, at sister's residence, 517 S. Hermitage-av. Funeral notice later.
HAUBOLD-- Otto H. HAUBOLD, aged ?5 (could be 35 or 85), at Prescott, Aris. Funeral at Decatur, Ind., Wednesday, Sept. 22, 10 a.m.
HOSTY-- Helen Kane HOSTY, darling daughter of Edw. J. and Elizabeth MARTIN HOSTY, fond sister of Elizabeth M., beloved granddaughter of Mrs. Mary K. MARTIN and Mrs. Margaret N. HOSTY. Funeral, Sept. 19, at 10;30 a.m., from parents' residence, 1036 Westley-av., Oak Park, by autos to Mount Carmel.
LENFESTEY--John T. LENFESTEY, Sept. 17, 1915, at his home, 812 Grant-pl. Funeral services at Rosehill mausoleum, Saturday, Sept. 18, at 4 p.m.
LEVY-- Fanny LEVY, beloved wife of the late Louis LEVY, mother of Mrs. Sophie JOHNSON and Isidor, sister of Mrs. L. COLLANGER, Mrs. J. SIMON, and Sam FISCHER. Funeral from chapel, 4649 Prairie-av., Sunday, Sept. 19, 1:30 P.M.;
interment Free Sons, Waldheim. Kindly omit flowers.
MARTIN-- Catherine MARTIN, beloved daughter of Michael and the late Mary, nee MOFFITT, fond sister of Mrs. M. BROCK, Mrs. J. HACKETT, John, James, Edward, Lucille, and Helen MARTIN. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 18, at 9 o'clock, from her father's residence, 8418 ( ?or 8413) S. Ashland-av., to Our Lady of Good Counsel's church, where high mass will be celebrated; thence by autos to Calvary. Friends please omit flowers.
M'CASHIN-- Dr. Carl N. McCASHIN, Earl Park, Ind., Sept. 17, 1915, beloved son of Martin and Lydia McCASHIN of Indianapolis, fond brother of Paul McCASHIN of Chicago. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 19, 1915, Indianapolis, Ind.
McGRATTON-- Sister Mary Eleazar McGRATTON. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 19, at 10 a.m., from St. Xaviers academy, Twenty-ninth and Wabash-av., to Calvary, by automobiles.
NEUMANN-- Bertha NEUMANN. The body of the late Mrs. Bertha NEUMANN will be disinterred from the I. O. B. A. cemetery and buried at Bethel Congregation cemetery, Sunday, Sept. 19, at 12:30.
OLSON-- Mrs. Hanna J. OLSON, aged 83, Sept. 14, beloved mother of Linus and Charles OLSON, Mrs. Paul ANDERSON, Albert ANDREEN, Mrs. John BILLQUIST, Otto ANDREEN, and Mrs. Ragnar LARSON. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 19, 1:30 p.m., from late residence, 4901 Austin-av., to Gethsemane church, May and Huron-sts., thence by autos to Graceland.
PICKERING-- Almeda H. PICKERING, wife of the late Albert D. PICKERING, on Sept. 11, 1915, at Los Angeles, Cal. Services at Oakwoods cemetery Saturday, Sept 18, 1 p.m. Friends invited.
PROEHL-- Frank PROEHL, Sept. 16, 1915; husband of the late Wilhelmina PROEHL. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m., from chapel, 2846 W. Madison-st. By autos to Concordia cemetery.
SWANSON-- Johanna D. SWANSON, Sept. 17, 1915, at the age of 78, dearly beloved mother of Charles P., John O., and Alek E. SWANSON, Mrs. Hannah BROLING, Mrs. Beda JACOBSON, Mrs. Helga PAUL, and Mrs. Hulda ERLANDSON of Sweden. Funeral notice later.
WEST-- Mrs. Mary A. WEST, widow of the late A. H. WEST, beloved mother of Mrs. D. B. WILSON and Mrs. H. M. KANAGY, Sept. 17, 1915. Interment private.
Chicago, IL -- "Tribune" -- 1898 Deaths.
Tues. Sept. 6, 1898
DUNNE-- Sept. 5, at the residence of his sister, Mrs. William RYAN, 376 West Monroe-st., Officer William F. DUNNE of Desplaines Street Station. Funeral Wednesday, at 10:30, to St. Patrick's Church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary.
DOWDELL-- Sept. 5, 1898, Katherine DOWDELL, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank SNYDER, 113 Flournoy-st., aged 74 years. Funeral Wednesday, from St. Jarlath's Church, at 10 a.m., by cars to Mount Olivet.
ENDERS-- At Mount Clemens, Mich., Sunday, Sept. 4. George W. ENDERS. Remains taken to St. Louis for interment.
JUDAH-- At Osterville, Mass., Sept. 5. Ben HUTCHINSON JUDAH, son of Noble B. JUDAH and Kate HUTCHINSON JUDAH. Notice of funeral later. Vincennes 9Ind.) papers please copy.
JACKSON-- Sept. 4. James F., husband of M. A. B. JACKSON, aged 79 years 7 months. Burial at Glenwood, Ia.
McGEENEY-- Sept. 5. Mary McGEENEY, beloved mother of Edward J., Patrick, James, and Owen D. McGEENEY; also Mrs. George E. BROWN, Mrs. Patrick MOORE, and Mrs. Luke FLANERY. Funeral from her daughter's residence, 2184 Grenshaw-st., Thursday, Sept. 8, at 9 a.m., by carriages to St. Patrick's Church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
"TRIBUNE" -- Sept. 6, 1898
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD.
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
Issued by the Health department yesterday:
ALBRECHT, Ernestine, 60; 502 Armitage-av., Sept. 3
BRINKMEYER, Antonia, 24; 32 High-st., Sept. 4
BERGENSON, Christina, 59; 210 N. Curtis-st., Sept. 2.
BRIGGS, Charles W., 30; 517 W. 66th-place, Sept. 3.
CORNWELL, Hannah, 74; 4416 St. Lawrence-av., Sept. 4.
GOSWIND, Pout, 9; 10937 State-st., Sept. 3.
GLUTH, August, 40; 590 Racine-av., Sept. 3.
HATTLES, Susan C., 62; 6529 Lafayette-av., Sept. 3.
JOHNSTON, Emil, 26; 7725 Washington-av., Sept. 3.
JOHN, Mary, 79; 315 Hudson-av., Sept. 4.
KOPP, Catherine, 64; 212 Fremont-st., Sept. 4.
KANE, Lucy, 52; 1910 Archer-av., Sept. 3.
KADEN, Elsie, 20; 743 N. Wood-st., Sept. 4
LAWSON, Thomas, 34; 28 Ellen-st., Sept. 1.
LINDAWER, Vaclav, 42; 46 Burlington-st., Sept. 4.
MAYO, Sarah, 42; 456 Bowen-av., Sept. 4.
NEILSON, John P., 31; 720 N. Campbell-av., Sept. 3.
NEWMAN, Emelia, 40: 330 Division-st., Sept. 4.
OLSEN, Sophie, 24; 817 N. Campbell-av., Sept. 3.
ROTH, Edith, 55; 10 Eldridge-court, Sept. 3.
ROSSLE, Katherina, 60: 1120 School-st., Sept. 4.
ROLL, Mary A., 37; 5748 Monroe-av., Sept. 2.
RAFFERTY, Nellie, 31; 743 S. Halsted-st., Sept. 4.
SHAND, Mary A., 48; 2201 Fillmore-st., Sept. ?.
SMITH, Dora, 25; 3714 Shields-av., Sept. 5.
SUMMER, Lawrence P., 57; 3347 Lowe-av., Sept. 3.
SNYDER, Annie M., 26; 505 30th-st., Sept. 3
TIDEMANN, Emma, 45; 1318 N. Francisco-av., Sept. 4.
TOTTINGHAM, Margaret, 43; 288 N. Franklin-st., Sept. 3.
VONGENOW, Bertha, 32; 1256 19th-st., Sept. 3.
VAN HOOK, William R., 60; Baptist Hospital, Sept. 4.
WATSON, Sina, 35; 2031 La Salle-st., Sept. 2.
"TRIBUNE" -- Sept 7, 1898.
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD.
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMETS WERE
Issued by the Health department yesterday:
ADAMCZYK, Mary 73; 8733 Commercial-av., Sept. 5
AUSTIN, John, 65; 239 North State-st., Sept. 5.
BIERLOLZER, Maria M., 5; 1034 Oakley-av., Sept. 5.
BUCKLES, Gertrude, 25: 2962 Armour-av., Sept. 5.
BAAB, Alvina, 37; St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Sept. 4.
BENNETT, William H., 67; Cook County Hospital, Sept. 4.
BARRETT, John M., 13; 49 East Forty-second-st., Sept. 5.
DUNN, William, 33; 376 Monroe-st., Sept. 5.
DOWDELL, Catherine, 74; 113 Flournoy-st., Sept. 5.
FISCHER, Albert, 24; Cook County Hospital, Sept. 4.
GROWLEY, Timothy, 60; 5404 Princeton-av., Sept. 4.
GLADDICH, Annie, 14; 401 Devoon-sts., Sept. 3.
GALL, Elizabeth, 79; 32 Le Moyne-st., Sept. 4.
GRILL, Jennie, 22; 5617 Wentworth-av., Sept 5.
GOETZ, Andrew, 60; 295 East Twenty-first-st., Sept. 3.
GRAIF (or possibly GRALF), Charles, 25; 192 Webster-av., Sept. 3.
GROUNDWELL, James, 63; 21 Campbell Park, Sept. 5.
JONES, Jane, 81; 632 West Harrison-st., Sept. 5.
JOHNSON, Cassey J., 32; St. Luke's Hospital, Sept. 4.
JACKSON, James J., 79; 2 Warren-av., Sept. 4.
JANSEN, Christian, 63; 679 Campbell-av., Sept. 4.
KIMMERLY, Jacob A., 83; 247 North Albany-av., Sept. 5.
KNIFFEN, Mary V., 35; 738 West Sixty-fifth-st., Sept. 5.
LARSON, Johanna J., 37; 109 Huber-st., Sept. 4.
LALEWSKI, Josie, 17; House of Good Shepherd., Sept. 5.
McGRATH, Mary, 16; 36 Michigan-av., Sept. 5.
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"TRIBUNE" -- Sept 9, 1898
ANNING-- Sept. 8, Lydia M., wife of Charles ANNING, aged 53 years. Funeral from residence, 335 W. Adams-st., Saturday, Sept. 10, 1:30 p.m., to Rosehill.
COOK-- J. S. COOK, Sept. 8, at 9:05 a.m., at residence, 1559 Lill-st., Past Commander Washington Post No. 573, Union Park Lodge. A. F. and A. M:, National Union, and Imperial Consul, 427. Notice of funeral hereafter.
GOOCH-- Margaret, widow of George C. GOOCH, aged 74 years. Native of Norwich, England.
HANSEN-- Nicholas L., beloved husband of May S. HANSEN, at the residence of his brother, Daniel B. HANSEN, 339 Walnut-st. Funeral Saturday, at 9 a.m., to St. Malachy's Church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
SCHMELTZ-- Sept.7, Margaret, beloved wife of John SCHMELTZ, mother of Henry G. and Albert C., aged 70 years and 10 months. Funeral from her late residence, 785 W. Van Buren-st., Saturday, Sept. 10, at 1 p.m., by carriages to Rosehill.
WILSON-- Van Santvoord WILSON, Ordnance Sergeant, First Infantry, Illinois Volunteers, at Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, Long Island. Sandy Hill, N. Y., papers please copy.
"TRIBUNE" -- Sept 9, 1898
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD.
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
Issued by the Health department yesterday:
ADAMS, Robert, 20; St. Luke's Hosptial, Sept. 7.
AHERN, Lily, 19; 152 E. Ohio-st., Sept. 6.
BACON, Charles R., 53; 571 Kenwood-pl., Sept. 7.
BOYDEN, Mrs. Noel B., 73; 3811 Lake-av., Sept. 6.
CLUFF, Janie, 42; Sept. 8.
ELDER, Albert O., 19; 915 W. Lake-st., Sept. 7.
ERNST, Mary, 50; 2900 Butler-st., Sept. 6.
FROUGR, Herman, 18; 637 W. North-av., Sept. 5.
FITZGERALD, William J., 23; 663 38th-st., Sept. 6.
GOLLESMAN, Max, 34; 182 W. 12th-st., Sept. 8.
GARDINER, Thomas, 31; Cook County Hospital, Sept. 4.
GRESE, August, 48; 321 24th-st., Sept. 7.
HUEBEUR, Rose, 58; 776 N. Paulina-st., Sept. 7.
JAMES, Henry T., 75; Presbyterian Hospital, Sept. 5.
JINDRA, Albert, 64; 11 Burlington-st., Sept.7.
JACOB, Leina, 11; 3600 Dearborn-st., Sept. 6.
JONOPOLIS, Peter, 20; 3123 Wentworth-av., Sept. 5.
KNOWRECK, Anna, 43; 743 Loomis-st., Sept. 7.
KEARNS, Hugh, 52; 1135 Dunning-st., Sept. 6.
MYRON, Napoleon, 11; 5033 Cook-st., Sept. 2.
McGEENEY, Mary, 73; 2134 Greenshaw-st., Sept. 5.
MURPHY, Frqnk G., 34; 291 Rush-st., Sept. 6.
MAHON, Helen, 52; 6436 Marshfield-av., Sept. 7.
STAKE, Olans 9or possibly Olana), 76; 1137 S. Oakley-av., Sept. 7.
SCHAFFER, Sophie, 35; 6832 Center-av., Sept. 7.
SWANIER, Freda, 20; County Hospital, Sept. 5.
TABLESKA, Augusta, 34; 12 Orchard-st., Sept. 7.
TEETERS, Cambridge, 37: 3331 State-st., Sept. 4.
WEIL (or possibly WELL), B. C., 49; 40 Dearborn-st., Sept. 3.
Walsh, John, 64; 339 W. 16th-st., Sept. 6.
WEICHBROD, Charles, 67; 1069 (or 1669) Leavitt-st., Aug. 7.
Chicago "Tribune" Newspaper, Deaths:
Jan. 3, 1896, page 5
BURTON -- Jan. 2, at his residence, No. 3333vForest-av. S. Lester BURTON, Funeral Jan. 4 at 10 a.m.
COLLINS -- At Hinsdale, Jan. 1, May COLLINS, daughter of S. T. COLLINS, aged 12 years and 8 months. Funeral services at Grace Church, Hinsdale, Friday, Jan. 3,
GETCHELL -- Dec. 30, 1895, at the residence of her daughters, Mrs. George C. TICHENOR and Mrs. C. P. KIMBALL of New York City. Mrs. Fannie A. GETCHELL, widow of the late Henry F. GETCHELL of Chicago and mother of Edwin F. GETCHELL of Chicago and Charles H. GETCHELL of Des Moines, Ia., aged 78 years. Interment at Des Moines, Ia.
HITCHCOCK -- Funeral services over the remains of the late Jason HITCHCOCK will be herld at the family residence, 841 54th-court, Friday morning at 8:45 o'clock. Carriages to Chicago and Northwestern Depot. Interment at Ripon, Wis.
JEHLINGER -- George JEHLINGER, 9 Carl-st., Jan. 1, 1896. Funeral from house Friday, Jan. 3, 10:30 a. m., by carriages to Mount Manriv. ( ? or possibly Maariv.)
WEAVER -- In New York City, Dec. 27, 1895, John H. WEAVER, formerly of Chicago, eldest son of Mrs. S. F. WEAVER and brother of William K. and Mary M. WEAVER of this city.
Tribune, Jan. 25, 1896 (Saturday), page 5
BARROW-- Clara L. BARROW, wife of William BARROW, at her home, Llewellyn Park, Jan. 23. Funeral notice in Sunday's papers.
CRUMMEY--Funeral of George W. CRUMMEY will leave the residence of his son, James B. CRUMMEY, 646 Chestnut-st., Englewood, at 9:30 a. m. Jan. 26, to St. Bernard's Church, where services will be held, thence by train to Mount Olivet Cemetery.
CHETHAM-- Jan. 23, at his residence in Irving Park. Samuel Cyrus CHETHAM, aged 59 years. Funeral Saturday, Jan. 25, at 1 p.m. Burial Rosehill.
EPPERSON-- Jan. 23, at her residence, 711 Larabee-st., Mrs. Mary C. EPPERSON, mother of Mrs. Frances L. BAILEY, aged 78 years 11 months and 2 days. Funeral notice hereafter. Cincinnati, Dayton, O., and Princeton, Ill., papers please copy.
GRUBER-- Adolphine GRUBER, beloved mother of Mrs. C. E. MEYER, aged 84 years. Funeral Sunday, Jan. 26, at 1:30 p. m., from residence of granddaughter, Mrs. Charles HARTWIG, 803 N. Leavitt-st., to Rosehill.
HENDERSON-- The funeral of Charles M. HENDERSON will be held at his late residence, 1813 Prairie-av., on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Burial private.
HICKEY-- Jan. 24, at her home, 5629 Armour av., Maggie M. HICKEY, daughter of the late Patrick and Margaret HICKEY. Funeral Sunday, Jan. 26, to St. Ann's Church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
KENDRICK-- William M. Kendrick, beloved son of James and Margaret KENDRICK, aged 23 years 9 months. Funeral from his late residence, 1415 Jackson-blvd., by cars to Calvary, by C., M. & St. P. Ry., from Union Depot, Sunday, Jan. 26, 10 a.m.
MAHLER-- Henry MAHLER, Jan. 23, aged 77 years. Funeral from late residence, 588 Jackson-st., Milwaukee, Wis., Sunday morning, Jan. 26.
OLSON-- Jan. 23, Henry OLSON, second son of H. an Minnie C. OLSON, aged 29 years 8 months. Funeral Sunday, Jan. 26, at 12:30 p. m., from parents residence, 142 N. Curtis-st., to Rosehill.
PERRYMAN-- Jan 24, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Albert CRIPE, 355 Campbell-av., Elizabeth PERRYMAN, aged 70. Interment at Amber, Ia.
QUACKENBUSH-- Aggie May QUACKENBUSH, aged 19 years, daughter of Theodore and Lizzie QUACKENBUSH, at her home, 74 Moore-st. Funeral services at Lincoln Stret M. E. Church, Sunday, 10:30 a. m., thence to Forest Home by carriages.
SPATE-- Jan. 24, August R. SPATE, 399 W. Indiana-st., aged 6? (could be 61 or 64) years and 10 months. Funeral Monday, Jan. 27, at 1 o'clock, to Forest Home Cemetery, Cincinnati, O., and Lancaster, O., papers please copy.
Tribune, Sunday, Jan. 26, 1896, page 6
BARROW-- Clara L. BARROW. Funeral services will be held at her late residence, Llewellyn Park, on Sunday, Jan. 26, at 1:30 p.m. Burial in Graceland. A special car will leave on C., M. and St. P. Ry. from Union Depot for Llewellyn Park at 12:30. All friends are invited.
BILLINGS-- At Philadelphia, Jan. 24, Coddington BILLINGS.
COWLBECK-- At the residence of Robert RAE. Jr., No. 7100 Webster-av., Jan. 25, Elsie L. COWLBECK, aged 11 years. Diptheria. Funeral Jan. 26, at 1 p.m., private.
BROWN-- Mrs. Rosanna, Jan. 24, 1896, at her residence, Wheaton, Ill., mother of Judge Geroge W. BROWN, aged 72 years. Funeral on Monday, Jan 27, at 11 a.m., from her late residence. Services at Big Woods Church at 1 p.m. Burial at Big Woods Cemetery.
CADWELL-- Mrs. Lydia J. CADWELL, at 35 Ashland-blvd., Saturday, Jan. 25. Notice of funeral later.
DYER-- At Ottawa, Ill., Jan. 25, Dr. Reuben T. DYER. The funeral will take place from his late residence at Ottawa on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 1 o'clock p.m.
EPPERSON-- Jan 23, at her residence, 711 Larrabee-st., Mrs. Mary C. EPPERSON, mother of Mrs. Frances L. BAILEY, ages 78 years 11 months and 2 days. Funeral notice hereafter, Cincinnati, Dayton, O., and Princeton, Ill., papers please copy.
FUNCK-- Jacob A. FUNCK, Jan 25, 1896, aged 72 years. Funeral from his late residence, 1215 Cornelia-st., Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 2 o'clock p.m., to Graceland.
GRUBER-- Adolphine GRUBER, beloved mother of Mrs. C. E. MEYER, aged 84 years. Funeral Sunday, Jan. 26, at 1:30 p.m., from residence of granddaughter, Mrs. Charles HARTWIG, 803 N. Leavitt-st., to Rosehill.
HERSEY-- Velma, beloved daughter of Col. J. W. and Mrs. HERSEY, Jan 25, 1896, at their residence, 843 W. Adams-st., aged 22 years 6 months. Funeral Monday, Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. Carriages to Rosehill.
KENDRICK-- William M. KENDRICK, beloved son of James and Margaret KENDRICK, age 23 years 9 months. Funeral from his late residence, 1415 Jackson-blvd., by cars to Calvary, by C., M. & St. P. Ry. from Union Depot, Sunday, Jan 26, 10 a.m.
KNILLING-- Christ. KNILLING, at his rieence, 445 Lincoln-av., Friday 9 p.m., of pneumonia, aged 37 years. Funeral Sunday at 11 a.m., by carriages to Waldheim.
KYLE-- Jan. 24, 4:15 p.m., Alice H., beloved wife of Arthur J. KYLE, aged 35 years 2 months and 6 days. Funeral Sunday, Jan. 26, at 2:30, from her late residence, 7?57 (could be 7457 or 7157) S. Chicago-av., to Oakwoods.
LAMSON--At Garfield Park Sanitarium, Jan. 25, W. H. LAMSON of 1552 W. Adams-st., aged 4? (could be 42) years, Funeral notice later.
McLEOD-- Jan. 24, 1896, Mrs. Christina MILNE McLEOD, in her 57th year, at her daughter's residence, 227 S. Paulina-st. Funeral Sunday, Jan. 26, 10 a.m. Carriages to Graceland.
MOORE-- Elisha MOORE, Jan 25, 1896, aged 53 years, a resident of Chicago since 1869, Funeral at his former home, Aneram, N.Y. (could be Ancram)
MURPHY-- Jan. 25, 1896, Mary, beloved daughter of Denis and the late Catherine MURPHY (nee O'CONNOR), aged 23 years. Funeral on Monday, Jan. 27, from parent's residence, 3407 Emerald-av., at 9 a.m., to Church of Nativity, where requiem high mass will be celebrated, and thence by carriages to Calvary.
NORTON-- Benjamin S. NORTON, Jan. 25, aged 71 years. Funeral on Monday, Jan. 27, at 9:30 a.m., from his late residence, 47 S. Sheldon-st., by carriages to Calvary. Newport, R. I., and New Bedford, Mass., papers please copy.
O'BRIEN--At the residence of his niece, Miss Maggie O'BRIEN, 255 South Morgan-st., Terrence O'Brien, aged 69 years. Funeral Monday, Jan 27, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Patrick's Church, thence by C. M. ad St. P. Ry. to Calvary.
OLSON--Jan 23, Henry OLSON, second son of H. and Minnie C. OLSON, aged 29 years 8 month. Funeral Sunday, Jan. 26, at 12:30 p.m., from parents residence, 142 N. Curtis-st., to Rosehill.
PALMER-- At Dubuque, Jan 21, Mrs. Chauncey PALMER, aged 86, mother of Mrs. C. Marion HOTCHKIN and E. ?. (could be R or H) PALMER of this city. Burial at Utica, N.Y.
ROBBINS-- Jan. 25, 1896, Sarah B., beloved wife of Andrew J. ROBBINS, and mother of Mrs. Sara E. THRALL and Mrs. W. H. CLARRIS, aged 58 years. Funeral Monday from her late residence, 4600 (or 4609) Lake-av. City papers please copy.
RYAN-- Jan 25, 1896, at 701 Root-st., Michael, beloved husband of Mary Ann RYAN and father of John RYAN and brother of John RYAN, aged 46 years. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a.m., to St. Gabriel's Church, where solemn high mass will be
(--my copy ended here--- but this obit is repeated the following day)
Tribune, Monday, Jan. 27, 1896, page 5
LUDWIG-- William O. LUDWIG, beloved son of William and Mary LUDWIG, Jan. 26, 1896, aged 34 years. Funeral from late residence, 239 East Huron-st., Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2 p.m., to Graceland Cemetery.
McMAHON-- Frank J. McMahon, son of Margaret and the late John McMAHON, and stepson of John FLEMING, aged 24 years. Funeral from his parents residence to the Sacred Heart Church Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 9 o'clock, by carriages to Calvary Cemetery.
RYAN-- Jan. 25, 1896, at 701 Root-st., Michael, beloved husband of Mary Ann RYAN and father of John RYAN and brother of John RYAN, aged 46 years. Funeral TUesday at 9 a.m. to St. Gabriel's Church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet. Member of Rising Star Lodge No. 3004, Knights of Honor, and Court Victory No. 136, I. O. T.
SCHWARZ-- Esther, beloved wife of Joseph and mother of Rosa WEISKOPF, Martha STEINER, Gertrude GOODMAN. Henrietta SCHWARZ, and David SCHWARZ of Portland, Me., at her residence 3757 Forest-av., aged 62 years. Funeral will take place from residence Monday at 12 o'clock by carriages to Waldheim.
WELLS-- Saturday, Jan. 25, Anna M., wife of Fred K. WELLS. Funeral Monday, Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. from her late residence, 1613 Diversey-blvd. thence to Graceland.
Tribune, Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1896, page 5
BECKER-- Wilhelm BECKER, beloved husband of Katharina BECKER, aged 67 years 6 months, 8 a.m. Monday, January 27, 1896. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 29, from late residence, 106 W. 14th-st., to St. Francis Church, at 9 o'clock a.m., thence to St. Boniface Cemetery.
CHASE-- At Riverside, Ill., Jan. 28, Henry J. CHASE, aged 75 years. Burial at Jubilee, Peoria County, Ill., Thursday, Jan. 30.
COOPER-- Jan. 26, at 95 N. 51st-ct., Albert Sydney, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. COOPER, Funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m.
FOISY-- Dr. Leon, Jan. 25, 1896, husband of Marie FOISY, nee La VALEE, father of Arthur J. and Cora E. FOISEY, age 63 years.
FERRY-- At San Diego, Cal., Nonday, Jan 27, in her 80th year, Mary A. WILIAMS FERRY, wife of William H. FERRY, deceased, of Lake Forest.
GETZ-- Jan 28, 1896, John W. GETZ, father of Henry, Michael, John N., and Miss Bausnew GETZ.
GREEN-- Of pneumonia, Jan. 28, Mrs. Susan MAY GREEN, age 65, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. G. MILLER, 1020 Forrest-av., Evanston, Ill. Funeral from this address to Rosehill Thursday, Jan. 30, 2 o'clock p.m. St. Charles, Ill., papers please copy.
HARTNEY-- Jan. 27, 1896, Frank Edwin HARTNEY, beloved husband of Agnes KEEGON HARTNEY. Funeral from his late residence, 61 Lincoln-av., Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 10 o'clock, to Church of the Immaculate Conception. Burial at Calvary.
HOGAN-- Jan. 28, 1896, Josie HOGAN, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. HOGAN, at their residence, 1438 W. Monroe-st. Notice of funeral hereafter. Topeka, Kas., Elgin, Ill., and Dubuque Ia., papers please copy.
MACKNESS-- Jan. 27, 1896, Carrie, beloved wife of Charles MACKNESS, aged 47 years. Funeral from residence, 5430 Chicago-av., Austin, Thursday, Jan. 30, at 10 a.m. Carriages to Graceland. Jacksonville, Ill., Kewaunee and Milwaukee, Wis., papers please copy.
OLSON-- At Oak Park, Jan. 27, 1 a.m., Gunda Marie, beloved wife of Martin C. OLSON, aged 22 years and 26 days. Funeral from late residence 604 Menominee-st., Oak Park, at 10 a.m. Wednesday to Bethlehem Lutheran Church, cor. Center-av. and Huron-st., Chicago. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
PRITZKER-- Jacob V., beloved husband and father, Jan. 28. Rest in peace. Funeral from his late residence, 239 W. Division-st., Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 11 a.m., by carriages to Forest Home. Friends invited. Sophia PRITZKER, Maria STHOENDROD, Louis PRITZKER, Bessie REGENT, Nicholas PRITZKER.
RUSSELL--Alexander, beloved husband of Elizabeth RUSSELL, native of Glasgow, Scotland, aged 48 years. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 2 p.m., from his late residence, 3229 Fifth-av., to Oakwood Cemetery.
REDDING-- Mary REDDING, Jan 28, 12:30 p.m., aged 62 years, beloved mother of Mrs. Charles GINOCCHIO and J. BRIGNARDELLO. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 30, at 10 o'clock a.m., from her late residence, 664 W. Harrison-st., by carriages to the Italian church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
SINCLAIR-- William PRATT SINCLAIR, aged 5 months, at residence of parents, 424 Flournoy-st. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 30, at 11:30 a.m., to Graceland Cemetery.
SMITH-- Alzina GIFFORD, wife of Lyman SMITH, mother of L. La RUE SMITH, A. Howard SMITH, Mrs. F. L. HUTCHINS, and Mrs. George M. SMITH, died Monday, Jan. 27, 1896, aged 70 years. Funeral services Trinity Church, corner Yale-av. and 70th-sts., Thursday, Jan. 30, 2 p.m. Burial Oakwoods.
SCHEIBEL-- Jan. 28, 1896, Maria, beloved wife of Frank, and mother of Mrs. Dr. McWILLIAMS, Mrs. C. R. SEELIG, and Mary SCHEIBEL, at her residence, 443 (or 413) 24th-st., aged 54 years. Funeral Thursday, 1 p.m. Interment at Oakwoods.
TOPPELIUS-- The funeral services of Miss Meri TOPPELIUS will take place in the chapel at Graceland at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
THOMPSON--At his residence, 6550 Myrtle-av., Jan. 27, Ezra THOMPSON, aged 65 years. Funeral Wednesday, 3 p.m., to Oakwoods. Boston, Mass., annd St John,
N. B., papers please copy.
TINEN-- Dr. Edward Harold TINEN. Tuesday afternoon at his residence, 701 W. Congress-st. Interment will be at Peoria, Ill.
WRIGHT-- Jan 27, 1896, Abbie, wife of R. J. WRIGHT, nee JACOB, daughter of Hannah KINNARE, sister of Mrs. Martin O'CALLAGHAN, Thomas F. and Joseph A., Jacob, aged 43 years. Member of Columbia Court. W. C. O. F. Funeral from her late residence, 66 S. Center-av., Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 9:30 a.m., by carriages to St. Patrick's Church, were solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by C., M. & St. P. R. R. to Calvary. May her soul rest in peace. Amem.
WILLIAMS-- Annie Cattell [nee MOORE], wife of Harry S. Williams, Jan. 28, 1896. Philadelphia [Pa.] and Brighton [N. J.] papers please copy. Funeral Thursday, at 1 p.m., from her late residence, 1427 Newport-av., to Rosehill.
Chicago directory, for the year 1897, (part of page 1339, and part of page 1340)
John, baker, bds. 353 W. North av.
John, carp. h. 499, 35th
John, carp. h. 533 W. 16th
John, carp. h. 835 Cortez
John, carp. h. 2928 Poplar av.
John, carp. h. 3578 Vincennes av.
John, clk. h. 34 Mofft
John, clk. h. 175 Grand av.
John, clk. h. 310 N. Franklin
John, coachman 4742 Grand boul.
John, com. trav. bds. 297 Jackson boul.
John, contr. 869 W. Ohio
John, cook, bds. 52 Sherman
John, dentist 18 Clybourn av. h. 371 N. Wells
John, express. h. rear 342 Cleveland av.
John, grocer 72 W. Vanburen
John, insp. h. 368 Walnut
John, lab. h. 36 Bissell
John, lab, 66 Center
John, lab. h. 711 W. 21st
John, lab. h. 734 W. 48th
John, lab. h. 790 Cornelia
John, lab. h. 1817, 34th
John, lab. h. 1910 Dearborn
John, lab. h. 2616 Stark
John, lab. h. 4603 Laflin
John, lab. h. 5006 S. Western av. boul.
John, lab. h. 6404 Aberdeen
John, lab. h. 10653 Hoxie av.
John, lather, h. rear 20 Willow
John, live stk. com. 105 Exch. bldg. stk. yds
John, machinist, h. 1010 W. Vanburen
John, molder, h. rear 579 N. Halsted
John, painter, h. 209 S. Sangamon
John, painter, h. 775 W. Chicago av.
John, plasterer., h. 35 Maud av.
John, plasterer, h. 149, 25th pl.
John, plasterer, h. 433, 26th
John, salesman, h. 484 S. Robey
John, stevedore, h. 86 Sherman
John, switchman, bds. 503 Pullman av. (P.)
John, teamster, h. 526 Carroll av.
John, teamster, bds. 6129 Cottage Grove av.
John, waiter, h. 6147 loomis
John, h. 211 Mohawk
John, h. 292 Cortland
John A. finisher, h. 144 N. Hoyne av.
John A. lab. h. 628 S. Union
John A. lineman, h. 565 Washburne av.
John A. teaming 586 W. Erie
John A. G. clk. h. 790 N. Maplewood av.
John B. lab. h. 756 W. 120th
John B. meatmkt. 755 W. 119th
John C. furniture 295 Division and 19 Clybourn av.
John C. gasftr. h. 7510 Jackson av.
John C. switchman, h. 83 Johnson
John D. cash. 146 Lasalle, h. Melrose Park
John D. engineer, h. 571 Washburne av.
John E. lab. h. 90 Sedgwick
John F. bridgetndr. h. 192 N. State
John F. driver, h. 12 N. 48th av.
John F. mngr, 9157 Commercial av. h. 9014 Exchange av.
John F. pub. h. 76, 26th
John G. contr. h. 1014 S. Leavitt
John H. (Martin Bros & Co.) 50 Exch. bldg. stk. yds. h. 4400 Indiana av.
John H. lab. h. 14 Hope
John H. sergt. police. h. 2569 W. Polk
John H. tinsmith, h. 224 Washburne av.
John I. bartndr. bds. 97 N. Wells
John J. lab. h. 353, 31st
John J. h. 3353 Union av.
John L. lab. h. 6435 S. Halsted
John L. mngr. 51 Lasalle, h. 5800 Rosalie ct.
John L. tel. opr. h. 231 Hoyne av.
John L. h. 367 W. Monroe
John P. agt. h. 4159 Langley av.
John P. machinist. h. 521 S. Fairfield av.
John P. plumber, h. 2904, 5th av.
John S. carp. h. 496 S. Albany av.
John S. lab. h. 6021 Michigan av.
John S. salesman, bds. Granada hotel
John T. (Martin Bros & Co.) 50 Exch. bldg. stk. yds. h. 3534 Wabash av.
John T. engineer, h. 1342 S. Lawndale av.
John T. plumber, h. 4738 Wabash av.
John W. (Tugwell Bros & Co. ) 620, 32 Market, h. 226 Paulina
John W. com. trav. h. 3817 Cottage Grove av.
John W. dentist 1261 W. Madison
John W. engineer, h. 144 W. 44th
John W. painter 2482 Archer av. h. 2476 Archer av.
John W. h. 3637 W. 60th pl.
Jonathan, janitor, h. 844 W. 65th
Joseph, bartndr. h. 29, 21st pl.
Joseph, carp. h. 394 W. Chicago av.
Joseph, cooper, h. 5600 Butler
Joseph, driver, bds. 16 W. Vanburen
Joseph, fireman, h. 154 W. 18th
Joseph, fur dyer 302 W. Polk
Joseph, ironwkr. bds. 75 S. Morgan
Joseph, lab. h. 410 Austin av.
Joseph, lab. h. 584 Turner av.
Joseph, lab. h. 866 W. 17th
Joseph, lab. h. 4500 S. Paulina
Joseph, screens 5749 Butler
Joseph, teamster, bds. 2923 Butler
Joseph C. h. 630 W. Congress
Joseph E. condtr. h. 545 Dearborn av.
Joseph E. mngr. 176 Randolph, h. 2578 N. Hermitage av.
Joseph H. dentist 260, 169 Clark, h. 7231 Perry av.
Joseph H. toolmkr, h. rear 647 Orchard
Joseph, R. salesman, h. 5649 Cottage Grove av.
Joseph S. city collr. 102 city hall, h. 190 n. State
Also listed are the following:
J. dept. mngr. 129 State, h. 257 Indiana
J. Adella Miss, teacher, bds. 158 Park av.
J. A. clk. 131 South Water, h. 180 Dearborn av.
J. E. cutter, h. 163 Racine av.
J. E. sec. Warden coal washing co. 1140 Monadnock blk.
J. F. speculator, bds. Atlantic hotel
J. J. actor, bds. 380 State
J. Motte, trustee 605, 315 Dearborn, h. 3160 Lake Park av.
Chicago Directory, for the year 1897, (part of page 1337)
Andrew, lab. h. rear 1082 N. Robey
Auguste, wid. Charles. h. 627, 98th
Charles L. h. 382, 23d
Franz R. (Meitz, Marten & McNulty) 42 N. Wells, h 111 Kinzie
Frederick, grocer, 738 Throop
Gustav, milk 1792 N. Leavitt
Hans F. watchman, h. 738 Throop
Julius, driver, h. 69 Fremont
Julius F. lab. h. rear 5 Mohawk
Lena L. Miss, stenog. h. 436 W. 15th
Leopold, cabinetmkr. h. 436 W. 15th
Theopfil, cabinetmkr. h. al. rear 163 Cleveland av.
William, shoes 4936 S. Ashland av. h. 5207 Aberdeen
Alphonse, waiter, h. 271 N. Clark
Albert, cigarmkr. h. 5617 Armour av.
Albert, liquors, h. 42 Burling
Albert C. druggist 136 Center
Albert I. grocer 175 W. Erie, h. 214 W. Erie
Andrew (Eichelberg & CO.) 154 W. Randolph, h. 207 Belle Plaine av.
August, carp. h. 1881 S. St. Louis av.
August L. W. express. h. 456 N. Winchester av.
Charles (Charles Martens & Son) 420, 35th
Charles jr. (Charles Martens & Son) 420, 35th
Charles, carp. h. 5617 Armour av.
Charles & Son (Charles and Charles Martens jr.) livery 420, 35th
Christian F. clk. First nat. bank, h. 899 Walnut
Christopher, h. rear 118 W. 23d
Edward N. barber 825 N. Halsted
Elizabeth Miss, clk. 703, 103 State, h. 774 W. Cornelia
Emil, coachman 2018 Calumet av.
Ernest F. feed 424 S. California av.
Frederick, clk. bds. 490 Brown
Frederick, painter, h. 455 N. Hermitage av.
Frederick, teamster, h. 457 N. Hermitage
Frederick H. teamster, h. 334 N. Marshfield av.
George F. clk. 91 State. h. 1174 W. Eddy
Gustave, tailor, bds. 151 Sheffield av.
Henry, driver, bds. 5829 Shields av.
Henry, lab. h. 943 Lill av.
Henry C. engineer, h. 1738 W. Lake
Henry J. driver, h. 12045 Emerald av.
John, gasftr. bds. 439 S. Oakley av.
John, lab. h. 151 Sheffield av.
John, lab. h. 1819 W. 104th pl.
John, saloon 104 Fullerton av.
John, h. 955 W. 18th
John C. tailor 955 W. 18th
John L. cabinetmkr. h. 774 Cornelia
Louis, architect 302, 167 Dearborn, h. 424 Ashland boul.
Louis, carrier, h. 743 W. 14th pl.
Louis, machinist, h. 881 N. Fairfield av.
Louis F. H. clk. 91 State, h. 874 W. 20th
Moritz J. lab. h. 456 N. Winchester av.
Neils L. lab. h. 16 Chatham
Nellie I. Miss, teacher Ellen Mitchell schl. h. Franklin Park
Nicholas, cigarmkr. h. 133 Johnston av.
Otto, floorwalker 556 S. Halsted, h. 359 S. Troy
Paul F. milk 7 Augusta
Peter, lab. h. 715 Cottage Grove av. (P.)
Peter B. driver, h. 490 Brown
Rudolph. mason, h. 556 N. Humboldt
Sophia S. Miss, stenog. h. 38 Whiting
Susie B. Miss, teacher, h. 38 Whiting
Theodor, bartndr. h. 292 Clark
Thomas B. clk. pub. lib. h. 38 Whiting
William, plumber, h. 439 S. Oakley av.
William C. salesman 7 Randolph, h. 364 Sedgwick
Charles, lab. h. 4249 S. Campbell av.
Hans, teamster, h. 214 N. Carpenter
Harold O. chairmkr. h. 342 W. Erie
Henry, lab. h. 4249 S. Campbell av.
John, lab. h. 3845 S. Lincoln
John, milk 24 Attrill
John J. plasterer. h. 4245 S. Artesian av.
Lauritz, mason contr. 219 W. Erie
Louis A. photog. 173 Grand av.
Martin, brickmkr. h. S. Oakley av. nr. W. 45th
Martin, carp. h. 8820 Harvard av.
Mathias, express. h. 5023 Calumet av.
Nels, carp. h. 480 W. Fullerton av.
Peter, teamster, h. 3814 S. Wood
Thomas, carp. h. 4247 S. Campbell av.
Frederick G. finisher, h. 403 Watt av. (P.)
John, pub. 205 Oak. h. 1540 Aldine av.
John jr. teamster. h. 3845 S. Lincoln
John P. carp. h. 731 Summerdale av.
John V. bkpr. 205 Oak. h. 1540 Aldine av.
Ludwig L. lab. h. 242 Grand av.
MARTENSON L. printers' and bookbinders' machinery rear 196 and 198 S. Clark. h. 158 N. May
Nels, carp. h. 344 Fulton av. (P.)
Olof, lab. h. 1225 W. 59th
Martino, confectr. 2 Higgins av.
Michael, bartndr. h. 5124 S. Halsted
Peter, woodwkr. h. 1532 W. 49th pl.
Adam, express 25, 22n pl.
Annie E. wid. Henry, h. 7435 Champlain av.
Ansel, painter h. 67 Burling
August, lab. h. 67 Burling
Charles, butcher, h. 9122 Mackinaw av.
Englebert, peddler, h. 190 Perry
Ernest, teamster, h. 137 Noble av.
Fred, clk. 115 Michigan av. h. 209 Clybourn av.
Henry, lab. h. 25, 22d pl.
Henry, lab. h. 2111 Purple
Herman, shoemkr. 880 1/2 N. Halsted, h. 96 Howe
John, lab. h. 67 Burling
Joseph, carver, h. 309 North av.
Joseph L. clk. PO. h. 207 Clybourn av.
Peter, clk. h. 1006 N. Halsted
William, stonectr. h. 179 Clybourn av.
Elizabeth, wid. Louis, h. 699 N. Halsted
George E. clk. First nat. bank, h. 383 S. Marshfield av.
Harry, clk. 718, 145 Vanburen, h. 263 S. Morgan
John, collr. First nat. bank, h. 263 S. Morgan
Washington Home, Miss Mary F. Felt, matron, Irving Park boul. ne. cor. N. Western av.
Jacob, lab. h. 1765 N. Francisco av.
John, saloon 186 Randolph, h. 1055 N. Clark
Theresa, wid. John, h. 1055 N. Clark
Chester N. (Marthens & Mead) 171 S. Canal, h. LaGrange
MARTHENS & MEAD (Chester N. Marthens) interior marble work 171 and 173 S. Canal
George, coachman, h. 396, 33d
Albert V. clk. 60 N. Union, bds. 905 N. Albany av.
Elizabeth, wid. Emil J. h. 879 N. Sawyer av.
Joseph, lab. h. 45 Phillips
Manual, watchman, h. 905 N. Albany av.
Werner, painter 756 Perry
Joseph, lab. h. 747 Allport
Johan, butcher, h. 100 W. 19th pl.
Elzear, machinist, bds. 40 Moffat
Adam, carp. h. 87 Uhland
Adam G. plumber, h. 3517 State
Adelia J. Miss, teacher. h. 158 Park av.
Adeline A. dressmkr. 7109 Harvard av.
Adelia A. h. 3044 Union av.
Adolph, carp. h. 278 N. May
Alolph, driver, h. 90 Lytle
Adolph, lab. h. 1817, 34th
Agnes Miss, visiting deaconess, h. 114 Dearborn av.
Albert, carp. h. 262 Washburne av.
Albert, lawyer 610, 169 Jackson. h. 1851 Arlington pl.
Albert, teamster, h. 74, 25th pl.
Albert, h. 488 Southport av.
Albert A. C. turner, bds. 790 N. Maplewood av.
Albert D. lawyer, h. 334 S. Paulina
Albert E. lather, h. 710 Fletcher
Albert J. foreman, h. 246, 55th
Albert R. physician 465 Milwaukee av. h. 157 N. Centre av.
Albert W. (A. W. Martin & Co.) 150 Monroe
Albert W. machinist, h. 633, 28th
Albert W. paperhr. h. 208 W. 59th
Albrecht, saloon 572 Larrabee
Alexander, coachman 1804 Barry av.
Alexander, flagman, h. 3408 W. 47th
Alexander C. (William Martin & Co.) 191 South Water, h. 913 W. Adams
Alexander H. car insp. h. 3408 W. 47th
Alfonzo W. janitor, h. 6323 Champlain av.
Alfred, caterer, h. 4251 Cottage Grove av.
Alfred J. lab. h. 3109 Wentworth av.
Alfred V. (Washburn-Crosby co.) 308, 36 Lasalle, h. Kenilworth
Alice, wid. James P. h. Hyde Park hotel
Alice I. Miss, h. 3122 Rhodes av.
Alice M. Miss, stenog. h. 2447 W. Indiana
Allen O. clk. h. 4237 Vincennes av.
Allen W. clk. 65 N. Ashland av. h. Willmette
Alvah T. (Martin & Martin) 405. 59 Dearborn, h. 256 Humboldt ark boul.
Alvin L. bkpr. 188 Market, h. 146 N. Lawndale av.
Amanda, wid. John W. h. 2538 Michigan av.
Chicago Directory, for the year 1897, (part of page 1338)
Amos, cook, h. 98 Huron
Amos W. collr. h. 1061 W. North av.
Amos W. lawyer 709, 131 Lasalle, h. 418 W. Jackson boul.
Amy S. Miss, bkpr. 175 Wabash av. h. 7207 Union av.
Anderson E. (Martin & Martin) 405, 59 Dearborn, h. 256 Humboldt Park boul.
Andrew, lab. h. 4958 Wentworth av.
Andrew, lab. h. 7336 Lexington av.
Andrew J. police. h. 631 Roscoe
Andrew W. decorator, h. 211 Mohawk
Angus R. bkpr. bds. 282 Erie
Anna Miss, confectr. 838 N. Paulina
Anna Miss, music teacher 601 W. 65th
Anna Mrs. (Ellis & Martin) 273, 57th
Anna, wid. Darius A. h. 4200 Berkeley av.
Anna, wid. Michael, h. 175 Grand av.
Anna, wid. Michael, h. 772 W. 20th
Anna B. Miss (Henry Martin & Co.) 130 South Water, h. 290 Hudson av.
Anton, express. h. 96 Howe
Anton, lab. h. al. rear 190 W. Polk
Anton, liquors 383, 23d
Anton, molder, h. 69 Emma
Archibald (Martin Bros.) 1014 W. Lake
Arthur, lab. h. 234 Chestnut
Arthur J. carp. h. 3109 Wentworth av.
Arthur J. clk. 11, 5th av. h. 658 Grand av.
Asal Mrs. Confctr. 4443 Wentworth av.
Asal M. agt. h. 4443 Wentworth av.
August, carp. h. 641 Armitage av.
August, carp. h. 666 Osgood
August, dry goods 13709 Leyden av.
August, engineer, h. 3048 Wallace
August, lab. h. 29 Alexander av.
August, lab. h. 48 Bauwans
August, lab. h. 3234 S. Hoyne av.
August, lab. h. 5317 Indiana av.
August, lather, h. 488 Southport av.
August, saloon 305 Armitage av.
August R. fireman, h. 1623 W. 47th
Augusta E. wid. Lucien B. h. 6013 Washington av.
Austin H. mngr. 133 1/2 N. Clark, h. 281 Lincoln av.
MARTIN A. D. chair mnfr. 69, 140 Dearborn, h. Joliet
A. E. clk. 19 Market, h. Austin
A. W. & Co. (Albert W. Martin) rubber stamps 150 Monroe
Bailey, clk. PO. h. 36 Wood
Belle Mrs. h. 22 Boston av.
Benjamin, lab. h. rear 2808 Armour av.
Benjamin F. dentist 506, 70 State, h. 445 Washington boul.
Bernard, foreman, h. 319 Johnson
Bernard, lab. h. 547 W. 42d
Bernard F. tel opr. h. 547 W. 42d
Bert, electrician, bds. 11 Oak pl.
Bertha Miss. teacher. h. 616, 46th
Bertha, wid. John, h. 355 W 105th pl.
Berttha, wid. Louis P. h. 24 Evergreen av.
Blanche Mrs. h. 651 Warren av.
Blanche A. Miss. dressmkr. 6013 Washington av.
Bridget, wid. Edward, h. 838 N. Paulina
Bridget P. Mrs. h. rear 274 Hastings
Bros. (James F. and Archibald Martin) ??ntists 1014 W. Lake
Bros. & Co. (John H. and John T. Martin and James M. Welsh) live stk. com. 50 Exch. bldg. stk. yds.
Bruce, machinist, bds. 420 W. Harrison
Bruno, painter, h. 407 N. Paulina
Burris S. clk. h. 47 N. Carpenter
Carrie, wid. Charles R. h. 2448 Prairie av.
Carrie E. wid. Morris T. h. 4257 Grand boul.
Catherine, wid. Levi. h. 7109 Harvard av.
Catherine, wid. Russell, h. 2874 N. Ashland av.
Catherine, wid. Thomas, 3823 S. Halsted
Charles, brklayr. h. 233 S. Sangamon
Charles, clk. 115 Michigan av. h. 553 W. 16th
Charles, clk. North Water sw. cor. Dearborn av. h. 85 S. 40th ct.
Charles, clk. h. Midland hotel
Charles, condtr. h. 7006 Prairie av.
Charles, cutter, bds. 162 Vanburen
Charles, engineer, h. 2829 South Park av.
Charles, grocer 204, 39th
Charles, lab. h. 310 N. Franklin
Charles, lab. h. 1208 S. Claremont av.
Charles, machinist bds. 420 W. Harrison
Charles, molder, h. 11743 Union av.
Charles, polisher, bds. 478 N. Wood
Charles, watchman, bds. 6353 S. Sangamon
Charles B. clk. 12, 145 Vanburen, h. 6518 Ross av.
Charles C. clk. Wells st. depot, h. 860 Grace
Charles C. clk. h. 226 Janssen av.
Charles C. salesman, h. 383 S. Halsted
Charles E. bkpr. 200 Adams, h. 2550 N. 42d ct.
Charles E. clk. h. 411, 46th
Charles E. lab. h. 5639 S. Ada
Charles E. motorman. h. 2181 N. Paulina
Charles F. (Martin & Callaghan) 807 W. 39th, h. 3353 Union av.
Charles F. cook, bds. 197 Ontario
Charles H. baker, h. 717 Sheffield av.
Charles H. jr. cornicemkr. h. 1155 W. Chicago av.
Charles H. engineer, h. 1155 W. Chicago av.
Charles H. machinist, h. 41 S. Sangamon
Charles H. machinist, h. 226 S. Paulina
Charles H. Mrs. dressmkr. 226 S. Paulina
Charles H. salesman 105 Exch. bldg. stk. yds. bds. Ross hotel
Charles J. lab. h. 3109 Wentworth av.
Charles J. A. clk. 48, 144 Vanburen, h. Blue Island
Charles L. h. 161, 19th
Charles L. h. 7109 Harvard av.
Charles P. plumber 497, 63d, h. 6327 Laflin
Charles R. bkpr. h. 12 Crilly ct.
Charles S. fireman, h. 745 Foster av.
Charles T. butcher, bds. 1008 N. Francisco av.
Charles W. engineer, h. 1001 N. Wood
Charles W. mngr. 150 Monroe, h. 4440 Calumet av.
Charles W. printer, h. 165 S. Morgan
Charlotte, wid. William, h. 41 W. 23d
Chester H. bkpr. Merchants' nat. bank, h. 4624 Indiana av.
Christian, engineer, h. 6418 Langley av.
Christian H. h. 383 Armitage av.
Christopher, butcher, h. 4550 Justine
Christopher, lab. h. 9952 Avenue L
Clara Mrs. h. 569, 51st
Clara C. Miss, music teacher 49 S. Whipple
Clara T. teacher, h. 3712 Emerald av.
Clarence, salesman 106 South Water, h. 3642, 5th av.
Clarinda E. wid. William, h. 3733 W. 61st pl.
Clayton, teamster, bds. 373 Laflin
Conrad, h. 565 McLean av.
Conrad J. switchman. h. 565 McLean av.
Constance, butcher, h. 2920 Lasalle
Copeland & Co. S. K. Huston, mngr. mnfg. jewelers 6, 151 State
Cora J. Mrs. nurse, bds. 3903 Michigan av.
Cornelius H. clk. PO. h. 39 N. Washtenaw av.
C. H. h. 4617 Emerald av.
Daniel, contr. 400 Bowen av.
Daniel R. prin. Pullman schl. h. 11 Market circle (P.)
David (Conover, Martin & Co.) 168 Exch. bldg. stk. yds. h. 638, 37th.
David, clk. PO. h. 512 Evergreen av.
David, clk. h. 1160 Grenshaw
David A. switchman, h. 331 Flournoy
David C. janitor 104, 18th
David M. fireman, h. 11827 union av.
David O. tinner, h. 245 W. 44th
De Forest, clk. h. 916 Fulton
Della Miss, bkpr. 6848 S. Halsted, h. 7048 Union av.
Dennis, lab. h. 3114 Archer av.
Dominick, lab. h. 37 N. Maplewood av.
Dora, wid. Julius, furn. rooms 375 Wabash av.
Dugald, clk. 833 W. Madison, h Maywood
D. clk. W. 43d and Armour av.
Eber, pres. F. W. Lamb co. 259 Kinzie, h. Austin
Edgar D. draftsman, h. 400 Bowen av.
Edith Miss, h. 321 Ogden av.
Edith A. Miss, Christian scientist 1200 Auditorium tower, h. 7220 Princeton av.
Edmond, h. N. Clark sw. cor. Birchwood av.
Edmond B. carp. h. 6651 S. Halsted
Edmond J. cutter, h. 163 Racine av.
Edward, carp. h. 3109 Wentworth av.
Edward, clk, 115 Michigan av. h. 8 Haven
Edward, electrician, h. 275 Superior
Edward, jeweler, h. 311 Osgood
Edward, lab. h. 4418 Wallace
Edward, plumber 939 S. Ridgeway av
Edward, roofer, h. 3850 Armour av.
Edward, salesman. bds. 2545 N. 43d av.
Edward, sawyer, h. 251 W. 51st
Edward, switchman, h. 3040 Loomis
Edward, teamster, h. 181 W. 17th
Edward A. h. 2550 N. 42d ct.
Edward C. teamster, h. 250 W. Ohio
Edward F. clk. 937 W. Madison,h. 80 Park av.
Edward H. S. clk. 709, 131 Lasalle, h. 418 W. Jackson boul.
Edward M. machinist, h. 193 Clybourn av.
Edward P. clk. h. 175 Grand av.
Edward P. sec. Alfred L. Robbins co. 151 Huran, h. 234 Hampden ct.
Edward S. salesman 172 Wabash av. h. 622 W. 61st pl.
Edwin L. city tkt. agt. 211 Clark, h. 7109 Harvard av.
Edwin L. salesman, h. 192, 31st
Edwin R. photog. 61, 78th State, h. 4354 E. Ravenswood Park
Edwin T. (Long & Martin) 795 W. Jackson boul. h. 1032 W. Adams
Elgin, houseman 2428 Prairie av.
Eli, barber 4454 Champlain av.
Eliab, h. 1097 W. Taylor
Eliza J. Miss, artist 49 S. Whipple
Elizabeth Miss, h. 234 Chestnut
Elizabeth Mrs. h. 297 Wabash av.
Elizabeth wid. Robert, h. 105 Clybourn av.
Elizabeth, wid. William, h. 424, 26th
Elizabeth A. Mrs. h. 1127 Millard av
Elizabeth C. Miss. bkpr. 250 Lasalle av. h. 287 N. Franklin
Elizabeth H. wid. Walter D. h. 4523 State
Ella Mrs. h. 5800 Rosalie ct.
Ella, wid. Winfield, h. 104, 18th
Ella G. Miss. h. 6414 Justine
Ellen Miss, clk. h. 608 S. Paulina
Ellen wid. Anthony, h. 368 Walnut
Ellen, wid. James, h. 476 S. Marshfield av.
Ellen, wid. Martin, h. 3712 Emerald av.
Ellen, wid. Robert, h. 435 Sedgwick
Ellen, wid. William H. h. 1160 Grenshaw
Ellen A. Miss (Perry & Martin) 516, 84 Lasalle, h. 3964 Langley av.
Ellen L. wid. Charles H. h. 271 Fremont
Ellsworth C. physician 1072 W. Jackson boul.
Ellswoth T. lawyer 44, 107 Dearborn, h. 4049 Ellis av.
Ellwood P. clk. bds. 8828 Houston av.
Elmer B. sec. S. K. Martin lumber co. 134 Monroe, h. 3636 Prairie av.
Elmer E. photog. 61, 78 State,h. 2900 Cottage Grove av.
Emil, barber 246 Larrabee
Emil, carp. h. 1238 S. 41st av.
Emil, lab. h. 533 W. 16th
Emil, lab. h. 6116 S. Ashland av.
Emil H. h. 383, 23d
Emlen A. machinist, bds. 8828 Houston av.
Emma Miss. h. 30 Plum
Emma L. T. wid. Charles D. h. 712 W. Monroe
Emma R. Miss, teacher, bds. 6565 Yale
Ernest, baker, h. 3230 State
Ernest, blksmith 2414, 38th pl.
Ernest, carp. bds. 5438 State
Ernest S. elev. condtr. h. 2928 Emerald av.
Eugene, glass, h. 716 Fletcher
Eugeen, physician 3919 Indiana av.
Eugene V. lab. h. 544 W. 56th
Eunice L. Miss, stenog. h. 708 Sunnyside av.
Eva Miss, nurse 3032 South Park av.
This is just meant to help you find your Cook County MARTIN ancestors in the 1870 census more easily. I have no other information on the following persons.
MARTIN, 1870 Census, "Series M593" (PARTIAL LIST)
All are "Cook County" only. All are Chicago wards, unless otherwise stated.
10th ward (roll and page is missing from my copy, on remainder)
20? (could be 206)
20? (could be 208)
May 26, 1903
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Veronika Hulka to Anna Schmit
Anna Schmit to Veronika Hulka
Oscar C. Killer to Frank W. Carr
J. J. Heffernan et al, by M. in C., to Esther F. Falkenau
Helene Mueller to Margaret Burns
A. J. Zahrobsky to Mathew Zemek
A. E. Kesler to Sarah C. Kesler
F. A. Hill to Wm. A. Giles
W. Schwaegerman to Johanna Witthoft
H. B. Simonds to A. E. Simonds
M. Lundquist et al., by S. C., to Oscar H. Haugan
J. Bessey to Ludmil Kandlik
R. Bofinger to Hugo Hauswald
E. McNeill to Jane and Martha McNeill
A. Carlson to I. M. Peterson
I. M. Peterson to Antonia C. Carlson
A. Beverwalters to Mathias Monzel
G. D. Rumsey to Joseph Drehota
Center-av., 25 n of Milwaukee-av., w f, 25x100, March 25 [ C. Mahnke to Henry Boade ] .... $5,000
P. F. Edelhagen to Anton Majewski
U. J. W. Keil to Ernst Melchoir
F. Vojacek to Theo. J. Vyhnanek
T. J. Vyhnanek to Anna Vyhnanek
F. Westphal to Carl and Bertha Steffen
D. H. Long to Frank H. French.
M. J. Okeson to Jane B. Okeson
Thomas F. Mooney to Mary B. McCarthy
Frank H. Penny to Augustus G. Bullock
F. Cramer to Patrick Fullam
F. E. Schaefers to Charles J. Wiskow
P. D. Diamond to William J. Irving
M. J. Carroll to Maude E. Parmelee
V. Stafford to Leonard J. Rich
J. M. Robinson to Harry D. Sisson
William B. Walker to William Hauswald
P. J. Sexton to Peter Bartzen
Emma E. Halsted to William M. Ford et al.
gibbon to William J. Fitzgibb?n
F. Kuhnmeyer to Chas. Bublitz
Wilhelmine Bublitz to Frederick Kuhnmeyer
T. Barrett to T. F. Barrett
T. F. Barrett to Eliza Barrett
NINETY-NINE YEAR LEASE
Ralph E. Starkweather to Louis Frazin and Abraham M. Oppenheim
Tuesday, May 26, 1903
The County Clerk issued permits to wed to the following couples yesterday, the parties living in Chicago where no place of residence is given:
Patrick Kelly, Celia Moran..35-24
Clayton J. Ross, Essie Bell Flesher..24-24
Paul Ket, Mary Goral..29-24
Martin Horacek, Annie Snapark..26-24
Frank D. Burlingane, Waukesha, Wis.; Mabel Loomis, Prairieview, Ill...35-23
Chester Parker, Oxford, Ind.; Gertrude Odenthal, Dixon, Ill...29-24
Eugene Barton, Neta Moon..23-22
Alex. J. Cameron, Marie A Purphy.. 21-19
Karie Pavliak, Cecilia Audrasak..25-24
Alex Johnson, Alina E. Johnson..29-27
Gaetana Bellizzi, Annie Rago..24-19
Joseph J. Dimond, Katherine Blackburn..21-21
Otto Geldern, Stella Lupucki..37-23
Jacob Haaksma, Phony Ebbens..24-20
Antoni Pokryroka, Mary Wetirnska..22-24
August G. Smith, Julia Reyer..29-27
Albert Szabiewski, (or Szablewski), Sholka Kupvowicz..43-42
Frank A. Comfort, Mary A. Bailey..36-23
Abraham Gordon, Dwight, Ill.; Libbie Ganronsky..28-20
Peter N. Moreland, Mary McLaughlin..40-37
Richard P. Cooper, Natalie A. Nod..24-19
John J. Philbin, Mary Hull..31-34
Steven Goodlause, Helen Hackendahl..24-28
Lloyd F. Worthley, Mary A. Thompson..21-18
Jozef Badnik, Annie Kubac..25-23
William A. Clary, Lemont, Ill.; Grace Elizabeth Murphy, same...25-21
John J. Kung, Cleveland, O.; Gertrude O. Hart..30-24
Otto Brandt, Eva Brandt..25-20
Gurarme Rosso, Felicie Romano..33-41
Josef Kriyk, Hellen Halicka..22-17
John L. Horras, Julia Detmer..24-22
John Cycek, Katie Stahlmak..35-23
Carl Wagner, Bertha Koehler..23-21
Ferdinand Olvakta, Rizalie Lafiarska..26-23
Harvey L. Gerlick, Aurora, Ill.; Mary Kruef, same...21-20
Henry Kohler, Lena Boldt..34-22
Anthony Ezkala, Helena Braun..38-28
Watenly Noga, Maryanna Rircki..27-20
Leonard L. Foster, Minnie M. Wardrum..25-19
Charles Marer, Katie Norating..38-38
Anton Kounowsky, Theresa Sebetowsky36-40
Charles H. Breitung, Anna Totzka..34-27
Anthony Behmke, Bessie Kemmitz..25-23
William D. Kelly, Topeka, Kas.; Ruth M. Stanley, Pontiac, Mich...31-30
Frank Cach, Victoria Beresh..26-21
Nicholas Kuhms, Margaret Kirsch..24-23
Edward E. Rubby, Marie T. Enderlin..21-23
Charles H. Leland, Luella O'Neil..29-21
James Baumruker, Clara Eikert..23-20
John F. Hampton, Lenora Havlick..23-21
Roland J. Dunn, Ella F. Farrant..27-24
Charles J. Covert, Chicago, Ill.; Pearl T. Washer, Geln View, Ill..24-19
George F. Krauss, Mears, Mich.; Elva L. Gray, La Farge, Wis...34-25
Margano Giovanni, Antonina Romea..29-24
Clyde P. Cole, Helen Yapp..22-25
Albert Kear, Anna Rutzou..33-20
Patrick Doyle, Nora Holloran..32-27
Anthony Popp, Nora Clark..18-16
Warren Dodson, Annie Vanderbos..21-19
William W. Haines, Otsego, Mich.; Helena M. Clark, Los Angeles, Cal...42-45
Thomas M. Arnold, Lottie Barnes..32-26
Charles H. Schroeder, Paulina Dieh..39-36
William Hurch, Willow Springs,Ill.; Bertha Polivka, same...22-18
Harry B. Johnston, Elizabeth Sleves..24-27
Reinhold Bloy, Louise John..29-25
Andrew Rodde, Anna Bohm..30-34
Edward Browne, Tillie Krappman..31-27
Peter Schwarz, Maggie Kasper..22-21
Joseph Schenk, Magdalene Kraemer..27-22
William Stroetzel, Therese S. Hellelrand..27-25
Mathias Voelker, Waterloo, Wis., Mary Huber...34-22
James Denniger, Minnie Crammer..26-21
Frank Watts, Neenah, Wis.; Anna Hanson, same...28-27
Harold L. Werner, Nellie Lertz..25-24
Peter Zamian, Julia Szozodromska..43-40
Ovide La Brec, Mary Melio (or Mello)..28-37
Ottila Heizer, Mela Plehn..29-26
Wojcieah Fryt, Zofya Warcala..25-20
Martin Ropokar, Rose Prah..34-22
Rudolph Z. Swansen, Mathilda Froberg..22-20
William Walker, Mollie Witenbar21-28
Herman F. Klug, Ida A. Schmidt..24-20
William M. Burklardt (or Burkiardt), Anna Wittenburg..28-22
Edward Fritz, Katherine Treve..25-22
Charles Maple, Eva C. Adlam..27-23
The following permits were issued yesterday by the building department:
A. L. Ward; two 2 story brick residences,
724-51 Lafayette-av..........................................$ 2,000
C. G. Veiberg, 1 1/2 story frame cottage, 149
109th-st ............................................................... 1,600
John Renhult, 1 story frame cottage, 340
Robert Excell, 1 story brick residence, 3854-
56 Cottage Grove-av.......................................... 5,000
De A. G. Snorth (or Shorth), 2 story brick store and flats,
3610 W. 63d-st.................................................... 5,000
Mr. Frost, 2 story frame residence, 934
C. Nelson, 2 story brick interior, 1206 New-
R. Gerbu, two 1 story brick stores, 1749-5
W. 12th-st........................................................... 2,700
John Karlicek, 2 story brick flate, 1117
(My copy ended here-- on this column of newspaper)
New corporations were licensed yesterday by the secretary of state at Springfield as follows:
Danville Knights of Columbus club, Danville; charity and social; incorporators, Michael Kelley, Edward McCusker, Thomas Gonron.
Edelweiss Sporting club, Chicago; social; incorporators, Otto Dettmer, Frank L. Braun, John Estel.
Woman's Home Missionary society, First Methodist Episcopal church, Evanston; religious; incorporators, Elizabeth D. B. Brown, Frances A. Bronson, Ida L. Weaver.
Towarzystwo Swietego Wojcicha B. I. M. W. Parafii Sw Salomei, W. Chicago, Chicago; benevolent; incorporators, Jozef Bednarszk, Walteny Liss, Jozel Kuca.
Servis Ice Cream and Candy company, Chicago; capital, $2,500; manufacturing ice cream and confectionery; incorporators, S. O. Cavett, John S. Pooley, Arthur Desmond.
Triner Scale and Manufacturing company, Chicago; capital, $20,000; manufacturing tools, dies, and machinery; incorporators, James M. Triner, James Liftner, Bertha Triner.
Brock Engineering works, Chicago; capital, $60,000; operate a machine and foundry works; incorporators, Walter I. Brock, Alfred Marshall, George W. Hurd.
LaSalle Driving Park company, LaSalle; capital, $25,000; raising, breeding, and driving horses; incorporators, T. Lucey, N. W. Duncan, John Cummings.
Herrin railway, principal office East St. Louis; capital, $10,000; to be constructed from a point on the St. Louis and Iron Mountain railway in section 7, township 8, S. R.T (or S. R. I.)., in Williams county, Ill., in a southeasterly direction to the city of Herrin, Williamson county, Ill.; incorporators and first board of directors, F. J. McLean and E. G. Merriam of St. Louis, Mo., W. S. Forman, L. D. Turner Jr., and H. L. Dorwning of East St. Louis, Ill.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost--A Lady's gold watch, monogram
F. W. G. on one side, 5 small diamonds reverse side. Finder please return to MRS. W. L. STODDARD, 388 S. Marshfield-av., and receive reward.
Personal--To EDWARD L. WEISS; Please come to Buffalo, or write me. Your mother is sick. E. J. FRANK
Personal--Roaches, bugs, rats exterminated from your premises under guaranteed contract. Call, write, or phone Wabash 322. FREDERICK PERES & Co., 427 State-st.
Personal--Beautiful Complexions guaranteed; all imperfections of the face removed. TOMPKINS, M. D., 102 Auditorium Bldg.
Chicago Tribune -- (partial list)
Oct. 14, 1871
Anderson, Mary, 217 Rucker.
Anderson, Lizzie, 513 Wet Adams.
A?genherst, Hermend and Annie, 7? (3 or 8) West ---.
-??keslee, L. P., burned to death, west of Court -??se.
-?esford, Mrs. E. C., 609 Washington.
-?own, Joseph, mother at 54 marion street.
-?ood, Mr. (late clerk at Mayhon & Daly's), 99 ? Harrison.
?-owers, Dr. J. M., A. Michelson, Aurora Turner ??l.
Backmore, Benj.; his daughter Becca is at 465 Jackson.
Brown, Matilda; her daughter is at 132 Walnut.
B??ry, John, 271 Randolph.
Bach, Lizzie and Abbie, 252 Cottage Grove avenue.
Carter, Ed; his two children are at N. W. Lang'a, ??wmanville.
Carroll, Mollie, 330 Wentworth avenue.
Cammerer, Robt.; his brother Ed. is at Aurora Turner Hall.
Cammer, Barbara; her aunt is at 47 Elgin street.
Carpenter, J. L. ; information to be sent to C. H. Carpenter, Worcester, Mass.
Coleman, Albert; B. Hall, Hyde Park.
Crusher, Charlie; 195 Jackson street.
Carr, Jas.; 2 1/2 years old; 180 Fulton street.
Clay, Mrs. W. H. and 3 children. Brown School.
Chappelle, Belle; 44 West Lake-st.
Campbell, Mrs. and 3 children; O. B. Green, 1490 Indiana-st.
Culverson, John; corner Elizabeth and Carroll.
Clinton, Margaret; 184 Erie-st.
Charleston, Fannie; 189 Erie-st.
Castello, Bridget; her son is at 121 Sangamon.
Dwyre, James; 516 West Washington-st.
Daniels, Mary Hellen; their brother is at 76 North Peoria-st.
Duriler (or possibly Durtler), Gustav Edward and Caroline; corner May and Randolph-sts.
Duffy, (or possibly Dufty) Mary, and children; her son is at 101 Lake-st.
Danahey, Mary, (8 years), 310 Second-st.
Drew, Margaret; corner Milwaukee avenue and Indiana-street.
Doran, Mary, 15 years old; parents at St. Johb's Church.
Edson, Mrs.; Her husband is at 27 Elston street.
Engle, Fannie C.; 568 Fulton.
Ferrier, Jas.; 13 South Ann.
Fehley, Geo.; his daughter is at 101 Clinton street.
Fallen, Mrs., and 3 children; 299 Madison street.
Fisher, Mrs. A.; her husband is at Third Presbyterian Church.
Findley, Joseph; 38 Hubbard street.
Gibson, Mrs. Thos.; 1405 "G." St. Louis.
Goffey, Michael, and 3 children; 91 Blackhawk street.
Gobel, Harry and Ann E.; First Congregational Church.
Gee, John; 144 Clinton street.
Gettinger, Maggie; her mother is at American Reform Church.
Globe, James; Third Presbyterian Church.
Gammon, Geo. N.; his son is at Presbyterian Church.
Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. Townsend; at Eighth presbyterian Church.
Hansen, Geo. A.; 50 Twenty-eighth street.
Holmes, Dr. E. L.; Henry Smith is at St. Caro?'s Court.
Hays, Mary; Brown school.
Haynes, Jennie; her brother is at 925 Wabash avenue.
Hoey, Wm.; 101 Clinton street.
Hogan, Johanna (3 years); her mother is at First Congregational Church.
Harrington, Myra; Brown School.
Hobson, Mrs. E. L.; 436 State street.
Holson, Clara; Seventh Presbyterian Church.
Humphry, Thos.; 85 Morgan street.
Kump, Joseph, and wife; First Congregational Church.
Kallestrom, Mr.; his wife is at 189 W. Madison street.
Krause, Lena; (3 years), her father is at Clyburn & Webster avenues.
Kerg, Chas; 114 Barber street.
Keith, Jane; Second Baptist Church.
Little, Mary; 1043 W. Madison street.
Lewis, W. D. 77 S. Sangamon.
Lynn, James, 562 W. Kinzie st.
Lambert, Sarah; 382 1/2 Fulton street.
Oct. 14, 1871
THE MISSING (continued)
Lambert, Sarah; 382 1/2 Fulton street.
Murphy, Bridget and 2 children; 157 South Clin??n street.
Montgomery, Mrs.; Brown School.
Murphy, John; American Reform Church.
Mark, M. H., 17 Milwaukee avenue.
Marnette, Joseph; his father is at church oppo???? Jefferson Park.
Mary, from 310 1/2 North LaSalle, will find Mrs. J. Southwell at 18 Aberdeen street.
Nelson, Cord; 740 Wabash avenue.
Nichols, Mrs. and 2 children; 475 West Kinzie..
Nelson, Emma and son ; 71 Fourth street.
???hols, (possibly Nichols) Jessie G.; information to be sent to J. ??Merrill, 646 Washington street.
?'Grady (possibly O'Grady), Mary, 92 Burling street.
?'D??n, (possibly O'Donn or O'Dorn), Robt., 15 Barber street.
?????y, (possibly ?onley), W. H. , Brown School.
???son, Clara, her sister is at the Seventh Presbyterian Church.
Powers, John, Brown School.
Pike, Thos., 107 Foster street.
Porter, B. J.; 925 Wabash avenue.
Pease, Mrs. Katie and Fannie, are at Walter ???h, Lake View.
Pierce, Augusta; her sister is at 17 Peoria street.
Phillips, Mrs. E.; her husband is at Second Uni??rsalist Church.
Patterson, Mrs. and son, Third Unitarian Church.
Pitkin, Geo., 189 Erie street.
Russell, Jas., 13 years. 87 Indiana street.
Rilling, Jacob; his wife is on Fourteenth street, between Clark and State.
Rial, John, 2?0 Twenty-fifth street.
Reinwalt, Mrs., Brown School.
Robinson, Margaret, and six children; her husband is at the Thrid Presbyterian Church.
Smith, Annie, 54 West Madison.
Sheppard, H. V., 50 Bunker street.
Sharky, Bernard; Margaret Scully (or possibly Seully), Hyde Park.
Snell, Lewis, 3?0 (0 or 9), Desplaines street.
Shawcross, Samuel, 15 1/2 Depuyster street.
Smith, Mrs. Albert, Brown School.
Schmidt, Lewis, 197 Thirty-first-st.
Simpson, Caroline, 513 West Adams.
Shauster, Annie, 189 Erie street.
Thia?s (Thiaes or Thiacs), Peter; his father is at Newberry School.
Taylor, Aleck, 136 Fourth avenue.
Terry, Wm., 133 West Erie.
Walsh, Mary A.; 48 Coolidge street.
Worley, George; 514 Hubbard street.
Warner, Maggie and Mary; 61 West Erie street.
White, Abram; Mrs. Anna Delaney, Aurora, Ill.
Webber, Addie; 120 South Desplaines.
Weaver, Amelia; 172 Hubbard street.
Wagner, Mrs. Henry; her husband is at 734 South Canal.
West, Mrs. A. H.; 415 West Lake.
Wood, Christina; 699 Washington street.
Wood, Miss L.; her mother is at Third Presbyterian Church.
Jackson, Thos.; his mother is in the rear of 20 Aberdeen street.
Johnson, Harry, 491 Canal street.
Johnson, William, Monroe, near Desplaines street.
McCoy, Samuel, 99 Blue Island avenue.
McIntosh, J. C., 327 Madison street.
McDonald, L., 266 North Desplaines street.
McCarty, Francis M., his mother is at 142 Laurel street.
McDonald, Kate, 162 South Desplaines street.
McMahon, Mr., 82 Twenty-second street.
McLaughlin, Mrs., 107 Foster street.
McKerwin, John, 114 Barber street.
McNeven, John, 114 Barber street.
McKay, Thos. D. and Jane R., 44 West Lake.
McCoy, Jane; her husband is at 1st Congregational Church.
Captain Faith will find his wife and three children at the School, corner Elizabeth and Lake-sts.
Pat and Wm. Shurkshell, boys 10 and 12 years of age, inquired for their mother at the Centenary Church.
The family of Sadler can go to 98 West Jackson.
John Davis, 15 years old, family at Centenary Church.
Fred ?ebbe (looks like backwards K, or possibly X or N), can find his wife and three children at the Third Presbyterian Church.
Mark Hillard send information to 87 Madison-st.; ??? (not) seen since Sunday.
Chicago TRIBUNE -- (partial list)
Oct. 13, 1871
List of Business Houses Destroyed by the Great Fire.
The following is a list of the prinipal business firms whose stores and stock of goods were burned. In addition to them, there were in the neighborhood of five thousand wholesale firms who did a limited business, and retail dealers, which are not given:
Atwater & Co., 175 Randolph; Batcheller & Sons, 33 South Water; Blymer Fearing & Co.; Sebor; Emerson, Stafford & Co., 171 Lake; Miller Bros. & Keef, 55 State; The Johnston Harvester, 51 Lake; Tilton & Co., 240 Lake.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
Ward, Standor & Riddle, 145 Madison; W. A. Butters & Co., 11 Randolph; J. B. Chambers & Co., 142 Clark; Colby & Wirts, 44 Dearborn. Alfred Day & Co., 165 Clark; Fay & Cambridge, 165 Dearborn; H. Feltman & Co., 151 LaSalle; C. M. Gilbert, 42 LaSalle; Geo. P. Gore & Co., 26 Randolph; S. F. Hawley, 128 Clark; E. A. Jes?el, 38 North Clark; W. B. Langley, 17? Clark; J. H. Newton, 9 North Wells. Reed, Flershein & Co., 25 Randolph. Peter Smith, 75 Clark. Jusius Speyer, 147 Randolph.
J. M. Adsit, ?39 Clark. Badger & Co., 51 Dearborn. Baxter & Co., 144 Washington. H. Claussernius & Co., 4 Clark. Collins & Ullman, 34 Clark. Field, King & Co., State & Washington. C. Follansbe & Son, ?o. H. Greenebaum & Co., Lake & LaSalle. Lunt, Preston & Kean, 47 Clark. C. L. Nerhoff & Co., 1? LaSalle. J. R. Shipherd & Co., 135 LaSalle. Lazarus Silverman & Co., 157 Randolph. J. S. Whitcomb & Co., 38 Clark. Ferd. Winslow, 2 Clark.
R. Kleeman & Co., 143 Randolph. Julius Balke, 165 Washington. Emanuel Brunswick, 13 LaSalle. J. M. Brunswick & Bro., 4? State. Joe Pare, 78 LaSalle. Stoll & Berlien, 1?6 Michigan. Adolph Zeller, 148 State.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Cameron, Amberg & H??fm?n, 111 Madison. Cox, Henderson & Co., 1?6 Dearborn. C?lver, Page & Hoyne, 1?0 Monroe. J. W. Middleton, 145 Dearborn. Rand, McNally & Co., 53 Clark. J. H. Small & Co., 17 Dearborn. Smeal, Rebanks & Co., 84 Dearborn.
John Schneider & Co., 61 Michigan.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Methodist Book Concern, Washington street.. Interior Printing Company, 164 Clark. Men?ing & Schick, 106 Madison. Callaghan & Cockcroft, 80 Dearborn. E. B. Meyers, 91 Washington. American Tract Society, Cobb Bros., 81 Lake. Eastman & Blanchard, 144 Lake. Hitchcock & Walden, ?5 Washington. W. B. Kene & Cooke, 115 State street. Swedish Lutheran Publication Society, 139 North Clark. The Western News Company, 123 State. S. C. Griggs & Co., 117 State.
BOOTS AND SHOES --WHOLESALE.
Miller, Smith & Co., 122 Clark. Page Bro. & Co., 50 Lake. Bullock Bros., 86 Lake. Cross, Stelle & Cass, 51 Michigan avenue. W. S. Croley, 24 South Water. Cummings & Co., 51 Lake. Doggett & Co., 31 Lake. C. H. Fargo & Co., 46 Randolph. Greensfelder, Rosenthan & Co., 46 Wabash avenue. Wells & Co., 11? ( 8 or 6) Wabash avenue. Whitney Bros., 46 Wabash avenue. Goldman Bros., 43 Lake. McAuley & Co., 60 Wabash avenue. Morrill & Co., 146 Lake. Hall & Harlow, 45 Wabash avenue. Thompson & Co., 42 Randolph. T. B. Weber & Co., 7 Lake. Wisw??l & Co., 58 Wabash avenue. Phelps, Dodge & Palmer, 50 Wabash avenue.
J. Schaumburg & Co., Michigan and Franklin. Schoenberger & Bryant, 25 Michigan. Walworth, Furse & Co., 225 Lake. Sovill Manufacturing Co., 105 Randolph.
C. Butz & Co., 2?9 Kinzie. Doyle & Co., 42? North State. H??k Brewing Co., 44? to 495 North State. Lill's Brewing Co., Pine and Chicago avenue. Sands' Ale Co., Pearson and Pine. ???dinet & Knoep??, 4?9 larrabee. Star Brewers, Elm, near the lake. Union Brewery, 403 South State.
J. F. Nichols, ?9 Dearborn. A. J. Coo??? & Co., 151 Washington. Smith & Cadwell, 182 Dearborn. Snyder & Le?, 4 Metropolitan Block. ????? Barratt, 1?6 LaSalle. A. C. Reed, 15? Washington. J. R. Valentine & Co., 110 LaSalle. W. F. Wright, 154 Washington.
Bryant & Chase's, Clark and Washington. Dyhrenfurth's, Randolph.
Kroeben Bros., rear of Sherman House. Richard Rees, 231 State. J. Ludwig, 203 Lake. James Arnold, 160 LaSalle, James Thorn, 161 Fourth avenue.
Bradley & Smith, 195 State; T. H. Brown, 44 Adams. A. Clark, 49 North Wells. Coan & TenBrooke, 69 Adams. Cunningham & Son, 187 State. H. J. Edwards, 72 Adams. W. Erby, 295 North Wells. Gerber, Wilson & Co., 83 Franklin. Fletcher & Lazear, 45 Randolph. Hayde & O'Brien, 98 Quincy. H. B. Hill, 240 Dearborn. Lock & Thoronquest, 69 North Wells. H. McFarlane, 247 State. Pennoyer & Co., 327 Wabash avenue. P. Smity & Co., 51 North Wells.
J. V. Z. Bl?ney, 14? (3 or 8) Madison, M. Delafontaine, , 144 Madison. G. A. Mariner, 133 Dearborn. J. E. Fuller & Co., 236 Dearborn. Garden City Chemical Works, 34 South Water. Garrison & Murray, 167 Clark. J. M. Hirsh & Co., 18? Lake. J. Roemheld & Co., 2?0 ( 1 or 4) Illinois. E. H. Sargent & Co., State and Randolph. Stein, Hirsh & Co., 39 LaSalle.
CHINA, GLASSWARE, etc.
Henrick & Sartog, 56 Lake; I. P. Howen & Co., 107 Wabash avenue; Buffey & Tyrell, 48 Lake; F. Jeager, 73 Wabash avenue; Ketchum & Martin, 40 Randolph; A. Liebenstein & Co., 177 Randolph; H. P. Merrill & Co., 30 Lake; A. Peck, 70 Lake; Vergho, Rubling & Co., 104 Lake.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Schimfferman, 137 Lake. Stanton & Co., Clark and Madison, 135 Lake, 49 State. S. S. Case & Co., 149 S. Water. D. C. Foote, 57 Randolph. Weinrob & Alfinger, 59 S. Water. Hibben & Co., 83 Michigan avenue. J. C. Partridge, 50 Dearborn. S. Rothschild & Co., 16 State. Goldsmith & Co., 82 Washington. N. H. Hammond, 54 LaSalle. E. Hoffman, 137 Randolph. G. C. Ledyard, 158 Lake. G. Luerssen, 48 Clark. J. H. Meyer, 76 Dearborn. J. S. Roberson & Bro., 254 Lake. Weiner & Co., 176 Randolph.
CLOAK AND SHAWL EMPORIUMS.
Field, Lelter & Co., State and Washington. Hotchkin, Palmer & Co., 91 State. J. W. Griswold & Co., 50 Wabash avenue.
American Clock Co., 103 Lake. Waterbury Clock Co., 111 Lake.
Cahn & Co., 62 Wabash av. Clayburgh & Co., 27 Lake. Clement, Morton & Co., 29 Randolph. Fichtenberg Bros., 20 Lake. C. ?. (possibly F or P) Kellogg & Co., 26 Lake. H. W. King & Co., 8 Lake. A. H. Kohn, 11 Lake. H. A. Kohn & ?r?s. (possibly Bros), 14 Lake. Leopold Kuh (or possiblly Kun) & Co., 21 Lake. S. Liberman, 25 Lake. A. Louis, 44 Lake. Melzer & Salky, 50 Lake. Shoyer & Co., 49 State. Simon Strauss & Co., 18 Lake. C. Summerfield & Co., 54 Wabash av. Tuttle & Co., 6? (0 or 9) Lake. E. D. Terry, 118 Randolph. A. D. Titsworth, 160 Clark.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
Biddle & Hunt, 45 Lake. Field, Benedict & Co., 36 Lake. E. H. Harding, 4 Washington. S. Heidmeyer, 164 Randolph.
Wilmington Coal Co., No. 2 W. Van Buren. J. L. Hathaway, 44 Market. B. Holbrook, 176 Canal. Indiana Pioneer Coal Co., Lake street bridge. W. E. Johnson, 188 S. Canal. Robert Law, 280 Madison. T. A. Lemmon, 180 S. Canal. A. B. Meeker & Co., 7 North Market. W. M. Olcott, 108 LaSalle. Pratt Bros., 17 Chicago av. A. D. Waldron & Co., Kingsbury st.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
R. Abbey & Co., 129 to 137 North Water. Ira P. Bowen & Co., 107 Wabash av. F. & E. Jaeger, 73 Wabash av. Johnson & Abbey, 21 River. S. B. Parkhurst, 83 Michigan av. Eaton & Brown, 71 Randolph. A. Piek, (or possibly Pick), 70 Lake. H. Friedman, 200 North Clark.
Randall Hall & Co., 166 Randolph. Chicago Cutlery Manufacturing Company, 177 Randolph. Union Knife Company, 83 South Water. Biggs Spencer & Co., 44 Lake. Champion, Safford & Co., 57 State. C. Hall & Co., 243 Lake. Miller Brothers & Keep, 55 State.
N. Matson & Co., 117 Lake; Wendell & Hyman, 99 Lake.
DISTILLERS AND RECTIFIERS.
E. Boss & Co., 276 Madison; Cavanagh, Bodle (or possibly Bodie) & Co., 287 North Water; Conklin Bros., 79 Wabash avenue; Dickinson, Leach & Co., 48 indiana; D. H. Eaton, 82 South Water; Keller's Distillery Co., 17? (possibly 8 ro 3) Chicago avenue; Kraefft, Roelle & Co., 261 Kinzie; Thos. Lynch, Larrabee street; S. Myers & Co., 270 Madison; Schwab & Co., 33 Michigan avenue; H. H. Shufeldt, 54 South Water.
Bliss & Sharp, 105 State; Cory, Barrett & Co., 47 South Water; Garrison & Murray, 167 Clark; Hurlbut & Edsall, 32 Lake; Lord, Smith & Co. 86 Wabash avenue; Rockwood & Blocki, ?90 (1 or 7) Lake; Tolman & King, 35 South Water; Van Schaak & Co., 92 Lake.
S. D. Haskell & Co., 25 Randolph. D. Hill, 29 Randolph. J. B. Page & Co., 22 Wabash avenue. C. G. Ross & Co., 27 Randolph. Schr?nf?ld Bros. & Co., 82 Wabash avenue. Wendel & Co., 68 Randolph. P. Baar, 70 Randolph. Kister & Schroder, 68 Randolph. American & Co., 19 Lake. Bowen, Hunt & Winslow, 17 Randolph. Day, Tilden & Co., 35 Lake. J. V. Farwell & Co., 106 to 112 Wabash avenue. Richards, Crumbaugh, & Shaw, 37 Lake. Stettaners & Wineman, 15 Lake. Field, Leiter & Co., State and Washington. D. W. Keith & Co., 78 Wabash avenue. Rosenfeld & Co., 75 Lake. Carson, Pirie & Co., 1?? (possibly 120 or 129) State. C. Gossage & Co., 106 State. Hamlin, Hale & Co., Wabash avenue and Washington. C. W. Pardridge & Co., 90 State. Reinstein & Co., 306 Clark. J. B. Shay, 116 Lake. Simpson, Norwell & Co., 79 State.
Oct. 13, 1871
Persons Missing and Places Where They May be Found.
The following is a list of persons missing and places where they can find their friends. A permanent list of the lost and the found are kept at the First Congregational Church, corner of Ann and Washington streets, by General Reynolds, to whom all knowing of persons separated from their families should report their names.
ANDERSON, Svea friends at 81 West Division street.
ARNANDER, Mary F., two children, 76 West Adams street.
ANDERSON, Hannah, 40 Fourth street.
?UGGS, Maria J., 55 West Lake street.
BLACKMORE, ?isson, Brown School.
BAGGARLY, Charles T., three children, Nellie KINNEY, Brown School.
BLAMPIED, John G., wife, mother, and three children. Call at A. C. KATHON, ??? West Adams street.
BURNS, Pat, James MORRIS', Division, near Morgan street.
Boy with six toes go to corner Gurley street and Centre avenur.
BROWN, Samuel, 118 W. Adams street.
BEACH, Adelbert, 376 W. Madison street.
BOLER, Mrs. and two children, Eighth Presbyterian Church.
BENTZ, Annie and Bennie, mother at 45 S. Green street.
BAINILADGE, Mary H. 76 N. Peoria street.
BARRETT, John 246 Hubbard street.
BOLTON, Mr. and Mrs. Third Presbyterian Church.
BORDIEN, Mary 287 Polk street.
BRIGGS, Mr. and Mrs. 450 W. Washington street.
BROWN, Matilda, 132 Walnut street.
BERGENHERST, Herman and Annie, 73 W. Lake.
CHATFEE, Frank W. 55 W. Lake.
C?PA??, Lizzie, Mrs. SLATE, Slate street near Twenty-sixth street.
COOK, W????, Mr. THAIN, 12 Seely avenue.
COLAIN, A., wife and two children, R. LOCKHART at Louderville, Ohio.
CONLEY, Mary, First Congregational Church.
CHURC?, Mary, Eighth Presbyterian Church.
COX, Katie, Eighth Presbyterian Church.
CONLEY, John, Father at St. John's Church.
CLIFFORD, M?? Eighth Presbyterian Church.
CALLAHAN, Bridget, mother, at First Presbyterian Church.
CASEY, Mrs., 17 West Randolph street.
CARROWN, Katie, 9? South Jefferson street.
CELLA, Augusta, mother at 522 Canal street.
COLGATE, Mrs. J. C. 281 Michigan avenue.
CODE, Miss Mary, Odd Fellows Hall, Madison near Halsted.
DOYLE, Mary and Maggie, 293 Desplaines street.
DELINI, Fred and Frank, Brown School.
DEWEY, Mr., died corner Madison and State Sunday night.
DONAHIGH, Francis, 153 Meagher street.
DAY, Almira, 118 West Adams street.
DEHM, Mrs., and two boys, Eighth Presbyterian Church.
DAISTY, Catharmi, Jusuit Church.
DAVENPORT, Mr. First Congregational Church.
EUSTUS, Kate, 393 Desplaines street.
ELDERLY, J. J., Mrs., and two choldren, husband at Twenty-sixth street and Wentworth avenue.
EATON, Katie, 176 West Washington.
ELWOOD, Mrs. Jennie, has letter in city Post Office.
EDSON, Mrs. , husband at 27 Ellison street.
??rd, (possibly FORD), E. I. , 121 South Clinton street.
FITZGERALD, Mary, and four children, 1?? Rucker street.
FITZGERALD, Dora Rose, 148 Rucker street.
FLINT, Francis and fimily, D??ton, Cook County, Illinois.
FLINT, A. M. , father at La?l?d? (possibly Laclede) House
FUHLENBURG, Mr., will find his family at Niles Center.
GIDDINGER, Maggie, Brown School.
GENTHER, W. P., 191 West Madison street.
GOOD, Mrs. George, 847 West Randolph street.
GLOCK, Adams G., northwest corner North and Milwaukee avenues.
GAONGHY, Francis, father at St. John's Church.
GULLIVAN, Joseph, Jesuit Church.
GOUGHE, Francis, Ellen, and James, Father Barrett's Church.
GOFFIE, Ann, Mary, and Sarah, Brown School.
GREEN, James, 1?8 (3 or 8) Leavitt street.
GRAFT, Mrs., Brown School.
THE MISSING, continued. (see below for the FOUND)
Oct. 13, 1871
GETTINGER, Mrs. Annie, corner Washington and Robey streets.
HOWE, Caleb, Brown School.
HIDDERMAN, Cornelius, Brown School.
HOFF, Charles, Mr. HERTEL, corner Division and Halsted streets.
HENULSON, Mrs. and six children, 66 West Washington street.
HYDE, Mr. and Mrs
TOWNSEND, Mrs., Eighth Presbyterian Church.
HANSON, Geo. A., 50 Twenty-eighth street.
HARKER, Walter, 491 Canal street
HOLMES, Dr. E. L., Henry SMITH at St. Carolines court.
INALE, Mr., at home, Shurtliff avenue.
KOWELL, Gustov and Charles; supposed to be at Wright's Grove; their wives at Church of Epiphany.
KNIGHT, Carrie, 123 Wallnut street.
KALLSTRON, Charles, wife at 189 Madison street.
KOHLES, Mr., 861 West Lake.
LEIRD, Mrs. Martha, 296 West Madison.
LYON, E. A., 132? North May street.
LAWSEON, Mrs. Anna T., 2 children, Eighth Presbyterian Church.
LARSON, Hulda Matilda and Emma Christina, Brown School.
LINGERCROUTY, Gusta, 1614 Aberdeen street.
LITTLE, Mary, 1043 West Madison street.
MILLER, Miss, 80 Seeley avenue.
MORNETT, John's boy, Ada Street Church.
McINTYRE, Chas., North avenue bridge.
MICHELSON, Augusta and son, Aurora Turner Hall.
MINES, Grafton E., mother at Waupaca, Wis.
MEYERS, Jas. and Henry, mother at Tabernacle Church.
MURPHY, Mrs. and four children, Brown School.
MARBLE, Charles, 13 Gold street.
MITCHELL, Mrs. and four children, Brown School.
MURPHY, Michael, wife at St. Patrick's Church.
NITZSCHEC, Hammond, wife at Church of the Epiphany.
NOBLE, Matilda, 317 Randolph.
O'MALEY, Mary and boy, Jefferson Park Church.
PODDIN, Tom, Jefferson Park Church.
PETERSON, Helen, 194 Union street.
PHILL, Mrs. and six children, go to Mrs. MILLER'S, on Green, between Lake and Fulton.
PEARSON, Mrs. Melissa, and five children, send address to D. A. HOLT, Moline, Ill.
PERDY, Mrs. Maria, and two children 139 North Morgan.
ROST, George, 771 North Halsted.
RILEY, Mrs. Emma, 255 Twenty-sixth street.
REDMOND, An?astash, gone to Joliet.
RILAY, Wm. H., wife at 26 Emma street.
ROUAN (or possibly RONAN), Mary, Second Baptist Church.
ROBERTS, John and father, ?unton (could be D), Cook County, Ill.
SHARP, Robert and Murry, Milborly County.
SCHONHE? ( n or u), Minnie, Brown School.
STEEL, M. A., 7?? (possibly 83) Fulton.
(The newspaper at this point looks smeared with watermarks and is very difficult to read.)
S??TH, Mary 90 Fulton.
SUMMERHAYES, Robert, First Presbyterian Church.
SEXTON, Julia, Eighth Presbyterian Church.
SULLIVAN, Elizabeth, First Baptist Church.
SULLIVAN, Patrick, wife opposite Carpenter schoal.
SANDUSKY, Paulina, son at American Reform Church.
SORTER, Jas. M., First Congregational Church.
SERVER, Julia, Brown School.
SILLS, Charles, Bloomington, Ill.
SMITH, Ella and daughter, 413 South State.
SCHWARTZENTHALL, Mrs. and three children, 13? West Lake.
TAYLOR, Margaret, Brown School.
TUSAND, Mr. and Mrs., Brown School.
TYRELL, Catherine, 903 West Lake.
WHITE, R. T., BARNES House.
WHITE, C. H., 279 South Sangamon.
WEST, A. H., wife at Brown School.
WILLARD, Dr. and wife, Riverside.
WASSERGARD, Joseph, 410 Milwaukee avenue.
WAGNER, Anna Mary, and two children. 734 Canal.
WILSCH, Mary, Joseph, and Sarah, 128 North Morgan.
WILLMAN, Louise S., 120 South ????n.
WARNER, Maggie and Mary, ?1 ( could be 5 or 6) West PrErie.
JOHNSON, Harry, 491 Canal.
McMURRAY, Jeremy, 50 North Peoria.
Mrs. BALER and two children are at Eighth Presbyterian Church.
Anna and Benny BENTS will find mother at 45 South Green street.
CARTER, John, will be found at 263 Harrison street.
CATLIN, Mrs. E. R. from 273 North Wells street, will find children at Sharon, Wis.
CHURCH, Mary, is to go to Eighth Presbyterian Church.
COX, Katie, is to go to Eighth Presbyterian Church.
CLIFFORD, Mrs., will find friends at Eighth Presbyterian Church.
CELLA, Justa, will find mother at 522 Canal street.
DONOVAN, Mrs. John E. and baby, can be found on Western avenue, near Fulton street, at Captain ARMSTRONG'S.
DELINI, Mrs. Geo. and two boys are at Eighth Presbyterian Church.
FROUDSHAM, Mrs., at German Lutheran Church, on Tremont street.
FLORLBECK, Augusta, at 245 Sangamon.
FUHLENBERG, Mrs., will find family at Niles Centre, Mich.
GRAFTEN, E. Miles, will find mother at Waupaca, Wis.
GOUGHTY, Francis, will find father at St. John's Church.
GETE??EN, Mrs. Anny, Wells School, Reuben street.
HANNINGTON, Mis. Mira, 266 Desplaines street.
HYDE, Mrs. and Miss, will find Mrs. TOWNSEND, Eighth Presbyterian Church.
KAWELL, Guslau, will find wife at Ch. of Epiphany.
KALLSTION, Chas., will find wife at 189 West Madison.
KIHLES, Mr., will find friends at 861 Lake.
LONELY, John, will find father at St. John's Church.
LYNCH, Phillip, 10 years, at Brown's School.
LOARD, Mrs. Martha, at 145 Green.
LEONARD, Dr. R. L., at 139 North Morgan.
McBRIDE, Mrs., and 4 children, at Eighth Presbyterian Church.
McCOY, Mrs. Jane and husband, at John HUGHES, on Madison, corner Sangamon.
MILLIKAN, Mr. J. H., can find all family at South Park avenue in Church.
NITZSCH? (could be e or o), Hammond, at Church Epiphany.
PEABODY, Mrs., at Eighth Presbyterian Church.
RELAWALTS, Mr., at Brown's School.
RILEY, W. H., will find wife at 10 Scheffield av.
ROONEY, Thomas, will find wife at ?6 Emma st.
STO?LBARY, Lena, at Hinsdale.
SEXTON, Julius, at Eighth Presbyterian Church.
SITBY, Mrs. and children, at Rose Hill.
WILLSON, Capt. E. D., can find wife and child at school-house, near Rolling Mills.
WEST, A. H., M? (remainder unreadable).
WATES, Mrs. J. W., and 5 children, at 811 West Lake.
Partial list from:
Oct. 12, 1871
LOSSES AND INSURANCE
Total loss by Wm M. BUTLER, $17,000; total insurance, $24,?00 Buffalo Fire and Marine, and $2,500 Cleveland.
Michael MAHONEY, dwelling No. 9 Ogden place; loss $1,800; insurance $1,000 in Home of Chicago.
Joseph SHANNON, same house; loss $?00, (possibly 400 or 100) no insurance.
Joseph O'CONNOR, same house; loss $?0?; no insurance.
HUYCK & KNOX, No. 37 South Water street, chemicals; loss $30,000; insurance $16,200 in Aetna of Hartford, Home, Manhattan and Security of New York, North American of Philadelphia, Fireman's of Chicago, and People's of Worcester, Mass.
Angnst GEBHARDT, residing at No. 183 Division street; blacksmith shop No. 222 Michigan street, with wagon and carriage factory. Total loss $600, insured $600 in Mutual Security of Chicago.
Thomas MADDY, No. 93 West Harrison street; loss $2,000; insured $1,360 in Fireman's of Chicago.
Wm KINE, No. 603 North Clark street; loss $1,800; insured $1,000, Aetna of Hartford.
Geo. SHORE, No. 161 South Clark street; loss $7,000, building and contents; insured $1,209, Merchants of Chicago.
WILLONGHBY, HILL & Co., Boston Clothing House, Nos. 147 and 149 South Clark street; loss $60,000; insured $5,000, German of Cleveland. $3,000 Lycoming of Muncy, Pa.; $2,500 Aurora of Aurora, Ill.; $5,000 Teutonia of Cleveland; $2,500 Aliemania of Cleveland; $?,000 North British of London; total $25,000.
C. A. HAVILAND, 'Gem of the West' and 'Soldiers Friend'; loss $?,000 (possibly 1000 or 4000); insurance not stated.
Mrs. Mary BUCKLEY, No. 127 Townsend street. Loss, $2,000; insured $1,500 in the Merchants of Chicago.
J. P. KENNEDY, No. 209 South Clark street; loss $850; insured $500 Tentonia of Cleveland.
John WREN, No. 259 South Market street; loss $7,000 on building and contents; insured $3,000 Merchants of Chicago.
Mrs. Kate TIERNEY, No. 78 Third avenue; loss $3,000; insured $2,000 Chicago Fire.
Mrs. TIERNEY, No. 304 State street; loss $2,500 on building and contents; insured $800 Chicago Fire and $1,200 Mutual Security of Chicago.
Thomas HASTIO, No. 243 Randolph street; loss $60,000 in bonds and mortgages and $20,000 in building and stock; insured $8,000 Commercial and Mutual Security of Chicago.
J. P. NUDD and W. C. GRANT, residence No. 11 Adams street, loss $35,000; insured $10,000 in Hartford of Hardford, and $?,000 in Merchants of Hartford.
G. H. BARBIER, No. ?18 (9 or 2) Lake street; loss $30,000; insured $12,000 in home companies; also at corner of Lake and Franklin street; loss $6,000 insured in home companies.
C. B. REYNOLDS, No. 406 North Wells street; loss $1,200; insured $1,000 in Republic of Chicago.
W. T. HANCOCK, No. 15 Van Buren street, furniture and clothing store; loss $1,200; insurance $1,000 in Underwriters, New York.
Empire Line, J. STOCKTON, Agent, No. 72 La Salle street; loss $1,500; insurance $750, Phoenix of Hartford.
Oct. 12, 1871, following the Great Chicago Fire.
The following patients are in Ward D of the City Hospital:
Charles KETTELING, burned at ? stable on the Lake Shore.
Charles McINTYRE, burned at Metropolitan Hall.
Thomas McQUINAN, burned at ??3 (possibly 123) West Kinzie street, and three of the crew of the schooner ???s worth scorched near Twe??h street.
James DIVARO, burned severely on the corner of Polk and Clark streets, while trying to save his furniture. Feet badly burned.
In Ward C are James Fra?k BLAKE, burned in the face and hands.
Henry GAYLORD, No. 43 North State street, badly burned on the face and hands at his residence.
Peter CLARK, No. 121 North Market street, burned in the head, face, and hands.
Chicago Directory for the year 1907,
partial list from page 704.
Adolph woodwkr h 446 Wolfram
Albert C. yardmaster 98th sw cor Avenue h 10400 Avenue N
Alexander printer h 1912 N. Halsted
Alfred A student h 2137 N Paulina
Anna M Miss dressmkr 80 S Kedzie av
Arthur C com trav 20 S Desplaines
Arthur O h 305 Haddon av
Arvilla M prop Meyer's hotel 356 State
August millwright h 2137 N. Paulina
August J car repr h 10029 Avenue M
Barbara wid Casper h 260, 25th pl
Carl teamster bds 5625 S Ashland av
Charles clk 2d fl 227 Jackson boul. h 756 Cornelia
Charles jr condtr h 979 W 21st
Charles fireman h rear 600 Holt
Charles machinist h 979 W 21st
Charles tailor bds 1074 Elston av
Charles teamster h 2555 Lime
Charles F woodcarver h 802 Potomac av
Charles W confectr 1401 Diversey boul. h 284 Elm
Christian lab h 2525 S Canal
David H painter h 613 Morse av
Edward com trav h 3127 Lowe av
Edward printer h 710 N Paulina
Edward A tailor h 85 Gardner
Edward W tireman h 446 Wolfram
Elizabeth Miss clk 194 Fullerton av h 2137 N Paulina
Elizabeth Miss h 1210 W. 59th
Elsie Miss h 802 Girard
Emil painter h rear 84 Sedgwick
Emile D janitor h 294 Ashland boul
E Miss clk Examiner h 80 S Kedzie av
Frances wid Otto h 903 N Artesian av
Frank lab h 2967 Lyman
Frank machinist h 211 Cleaver
Frank C condtr h 5106 Lasalle
Frank J clk S Western av and W 17th
Fred machinist h 697 W 18th pl
Fred A salesman 115 Franklin h Lagrange
Fred C timekpr Armour's stk yds h 5420 S Marshfield av
Frederick plumber h 2967 Lyman
Frederick printer h 1080 W 13th
Frederick salesman h 5616 Lasalle
Frederick C h 5106 Lasalle
Gaston R h 86 Bowen av
George brklayr bds 903 N Artesian av
George lab h 17 Bissell
George painter bds 356 Dayton
George E clk h 5106 Lasalle
George E driver h 2267 N Paulina
George L prin 801 N Claremont av
George M clk 605 Grand av b 848 Grand av
Gustav (Barnett & Ebert) 38 Cortland ? 16 Tell pl
Gustav printer h 184 Lewis
Harry cutter h 1445 Fillmore
Harry D clk PO h 1795 N Irving av
Harry D musician h 1795 N Irving av
Harry J A com trav h 605 Grand av
Henry candymkr h 23 McReynolds
Henry jr carrier PO h 2487 Evanston av
Henry cigars 1, 99 Washington h 282 Elm
Henry foreman 2d fl 35 South Water
Henry foreman h 1191 N 40th av
Henry teamster h 2555 Lime
Henry L car inspr h 10036 Avenue M
Herman lab h 126 Rees
Herman h 710 N Paulina
Herman C cornicemkr h 1231 S. 43d ct
Hertha N Miss stenog h 546 W North av
Jacob condtr h 9 Nutt
Johanna Mrs confectr 162 Canalport av
John clk h 746 W 21st pl
John B foreman h 4762, 5th av
John E cigarmkr h 1231 S 43d ct
John W pianomkr h 977 W 21st
Joseph saloon 3563 Ridge av
Julius (Ebert & Barkes) 287 Clybourn av
Julius tanner h 802 Girard
Julius W jr clk h 305 Haddon av
Julius W painter h 305 Haddon av
Louis ironwkr h 10336 Muskegon av
Louis teamster h 746 W 21st pl
Louis teamster h 1170 S Albany av
Louis teamster h 2546 W 39th
Mabel O Miss clk h 605 Grand av
Mary wid Charles h 492 S Robey
Mary wid John h 10029 Avenue M
Nettie wid Frank h 1795 N Irving av
Octavius S clk 1250, 84 Vanburen
Otto lab h 710 N Paulina
Otto printer h 875 N Irving av
Otto A toolmkr h 876 Grace
O Sutton clk h 201 Cass
Philip bartndr h 4934, 5th av
Reinhart C clk h 802 Girard
Robert lab h 802 Girard
Selma Miss attendant 1302, 42 Madison h 546 W North av
Theodore mngr 605 Grand av h 188 Center
Theodore E engineer h 125 School
Theodore W jr paints 188 Center h 233 Bissell
William cabinetmkr h 10126 Butler
William carp h 23 McReynolds
William carp h 165 Bissell
William lab h 5244 State
William lab h 5420 S Marshfield av
William jr teamster h 338 N Paulina
William teamster h 746 W 21st pl
William teamster h 5317 Wentworth av
William F driver h 7343 Vincennes rd
William M clk 303, 169 Jackson boul h 605 Grand av
Chicago Directory for the year 1910
Adolph woodwkr h 1912 Wolfram
Albert porter h 413 Milwaukee av.
Albert C yardmaster 9746 Avenue N h 10400 Avenue N
Albertine dressmkr h 1706 N Artesian av
Anna Miss h 222 N Hamlin av
Annette wid Frank h 3527 N Hoyne av
Annie wid Frank h 1448 Holt
Arthur photog h 624 N St Louis av
August millwright h 3804 N Paulina
August C insp 9746 Avenue N h 10400 Avenue N
August J car repr h 10029 Avenue M
Carl M cllk 1443 N Clark h 1761 North Park av
Caroline Mrs h 5749 Wentworth av
Caroline wid Jos saloon 6668 Ridge av
Chas barber 1163 E 63rd h 6106 Wallace
Chas brklayr h 1716 N Artesian av
Chas jr condtr h 2226 W 21st
Chas machinist h 2226 W 21st
Chas motorman h rear 1239 N Ashland av
Chas warehouseman h 2555 Lime
Chas A clk 2d fl 200 Jackson bl h 3618 Wabansia avv
Chas F woodcarver h 3220 Potomac av
Chas W confctr h 169 W Elm
Christ lab h 3011 Butler
Christ F clk 1 State h Oak Park
Clara Miss clk 3710 N Halsted h 195? Granville av
Conrad M clk 133 E 51st h 664 E 57th
Edward asst foreman h 2115 Armitage av
Edward paperhr h W 171 W Elm
Edward W fireman h 1912 Wolfram
Elizabeth Miss h 1110 W 59th
Elsa M Miss clk 44, 209 Adams h Lagrange
Emile D janitor h 515 S Ashland bl
Emma Miss clk Examiner h 222 N Hamlin av
Ernest painter h 119 W Ohio
Ernest R clk 3d fl 316 Franklin h 855 N Robey
Ernst clk h 3200 W North av
Frances wid Otto h 1706 N Artesian av
Frank C woodwkr h 5106 Lasalle
Frank J clk S Western av and W 17th ? 743 N 52d av
Fred machinist h 1631 W 18th pl
Fred painter h 735 S California av
Fred plumber h 738 W 25th pl
Frederick C clk Armour's stk yds h 56? S Marshfield av
Geo (Johnston & Co) 5018 N Hermitage ??
Geo brklayr h 1706 N Artesian av
Geo decorator h 5644 Jefferson av
Geo salesman 2327 Cottage Grove av h 37? Cottage Grove av
Geo M salesman h rear 2701 N Halsted
Geo W driver h 3726 Cottage Grove av
Georgiana Mrs h rear 733 Rees
Gustaf printer h 2141 Clifton av
Gustav (Barnett & Ebert) 1339 Milwaukee av h 1450 Tell pl
Harry cutter h 2920 Fillmore
Harry D clk PO h 3527 N Hoyne av
Helen seamstress h 5106 Lasalle
Henry jr carrier PO h 3729 N Halsted
Henry clk h 2320 Flournoy
Henry foreman 2d fl 35 South Water ? 1211 W Polk
Henry teamster h 2555 Lime
Henry A photog h 3200 W North av
Henry L car insp h 10021 Avenue M
Herman embalmer h 1457 N Paulina
Herman lab h 816 Rees
Herman lab h 1742 Girard
Address:R 6 Beaver Dam, Wis.
Certificate no (or vol. and page): P 277
Title and location of Court: Cir Dodge Co, Juneau, Wis.
Country of Birth or allegiance: Germany
When born (or age): Nov. 21, 1861 (could be 1881, but looks more like 1861)
Date of Naturalization:Feb. 27, 1914
Certificate no. (or vol. and page): Vol. B. P-286
Title and location of Court: Kenosha, Wis.
Country of birth or allegiance: Germany
When born or age: X
Date of Naturalization: Sept. 24, 1906
Witness: A.J. BURG
CHARLES H. PFENNIG
Address: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Certificate no: 10524 - Vol 7-P141
Title and location of Court: Municipal (Milwaukee)
Country of birth or allegiance: Germany
When born or age: 1851
Date and port of arrival in U.S.: July 1880 Baltimore
Date of Naturalization: June 19, 1906
Witenss: JOHN ???SCHAFER (first part of last name is unreadable)
Address: 2127 ? 5th ST, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Certificate no: ?1854? (the remainder is unreadable)
Title and location of Court: U.S. District
Country of birth or allegiance: Germany
Year born or age: April ?0, 1894 (may be April 30 ? )
Date and port of arrival in U.S.: Oct. 29, 1926, New York
Date of Naturalization: Feb 8, 1937 #9514
Witness: EMIL K?????
????? Arthur B????? (Possibly ERNST ARTHUR B????unreadable)
Where born: Germany
Date Certificate Issued: September 8, 1906
Circuit Court, Outagamie County, Wisconsin
Names of Witnesses: JULIUS ZUEHLKE
B. J. ZUEHLKE
Vol. 3, Page 347
1205 Geneva St., Racine
Certificate no. (or vol. and gage): P2325
Title and location of Court: Cir. Racine Co., Racine, Wis.
Country of birth or allegiance: Russia
When born (or age): Jun. 18, 1890
Date and port of arrival to U.S.:
Date of Naturalization: Apr. 19, 1921 (OVER)
next to this on microfilm, may be the other side, states-
Other fact of record: P-1356-Denied
KELLER, AUGUST CORNELIUS
R. 1 Box 201 Racine, Wis.
Certificate no (or vol. and page): P7875Cn.5211435
Title and location of Court: Cir. Racine Co, Racine, Wis.
Country of birth or allegiance: Germany
When born or age: Feb 24, 1906
Date of Naturalization: Nov. 26, 1941
Names and address of witnesses:FRANCIS ROTH, Rte. 1, Box 201 Racine, Wis.
OSWALD ANKENBAUER, Rte. 1, Box 201, Racine, Wis.
KOELLER, AUGUST ERNEST
Address: Stuben, Wis
Certificate no. (or vol. and page): p. 317CN:4117294
Title and location of Court: Cir. Crawford Co, Prairie DuChien
Country of birth or allegiance: Germany
When born (or age): Sept. 3, 1866
Date and port of arrival in U.S.: Oct. 1881, N.Y.
Date of Naturalization: Nov. 20, 1939
Names and addresses of witnesses:
LESTER R. DAUGHERTY-701 E. Cass St., Prairie DuChien, Wis.
CLARK H. ROUNDS, Stueuben, Wis.
KOEHLER, AUGUST FRIED. OTTO
1202 Pa?st (could be Pabst) Avenue, Town of Greenfield, Wisc.
Certificate no. (or vol. and page): 207760 (60 could be 80),V 4 P 158
Title and location of Court: U.S. District
Country of birth or allegiance: Germany
When born or age: March 1, 1875
bottom of page is cut off, looks like-
Date of Naturalization: Apr 19, 1921 (OVER)
reverse of page also cut off, unable to distinguish if anything was on it.
Certificate No. 3333
Date: September 26, 1906
Where born: Germany
Court No.: Circuit Court, Sheboygan County, Wis.
Names of Witnesses: ALBERT TRUTTSC?ELL (possibly ? is H)
CHARLES HONC (not sure that last letter is a C)
Date (on certificate): April 28, 1857
When Born: About 1827
Where Born: Prussia
Circuit Court: Manitowoc County, Wisconsin
Name of Witness: WILLIAM H. GLOVER
Date and port of arrival in U.S.: August 1850, NEW York
KELLER, AUGUST ELIZABETH
Address: 1026 Roscoe St, Chgo.Ill.
Certificate no. (or vol and page): P293289 Cn.5686371
Title and location of Court: U.S. Dist, Chgo, Ill.
Country of birth or allegiance: Sweden
When born or age: July 6, 1907
Date and port of arrival in U.S: Nov 19, 1928, New York, N.Y.
Date of Naturalization: June 18, 1943
Address: 18 N. Peoria St, Chicago
Certificate no: Vol. 47 p-405 (minor 13 yrs)
Title and location of court: Superior Court, Cook Co, IL
Country of birth or allegience: Germany
Date of Naturalization: Oct. 1, 1896
Name & address of witness: HENRY MULLER, 368 Larabee St
Address: Ct. order only
Certificate no: Vol. 7-P.38 (Minor 9 yrs)
Title and location of court: Superior Court, Cook Co, IL
Country of birth or allegience: Germany
Date of Naturalization: Oct. 26, 1880
From the records of "Holy Cross Ev. Lutheran Church," Chicago IL.
Emil Ludwig August KELLER
Born: Sept. 29, 1886
Baptized: Oct. 16, 1886
Parents: Christian KELLER & Henriette nee Noftz
Sponsors: August Noftz, Ludwig Geisler & Wilhelmine Miehlke
Wilhelm Edward August KELLER
Born: Aug. 10, 1888
Baptized: Sept. 2, 1888
Parents: Christian KELLER & Henriette nee Noftz
Sponsors: August Schoeu, Edward Gleffke & Auguste Larth
Wiehelm Heiurich KELLER
Born: March 27, 1893
Baptized: Apr.16, 1893
Parents: Wielhelm KELLER and Auguste nee Kouick
Sponsors: Wm Hess, August Siefert & Anna Siefert
Born: Aug. 3, 1896
Baptized: Aug. 30, 1896
Parents: Wielhelm KELLER and Auguste nee Kouick
Sponsors: George Goetsch, Beetha Lense and Erinestine Reuu (possibly Renn)
Hedwig Hesseu ? (possibly Hessen)
Born: Sept. 29, 1898
Baptized: Oct.16, 1898
Parents: Carl Hesseu and Amalia nee KELLER
Sponsors: Ernestine Hesseu and Adolf Kuispel
Helene Ida KELLER
Born: July 9, 1898
Baptized: Dec. 25, 1898
Parents: Wielhelm KELLER and Auguste nee Kouick
Sponsors: Ida Lenz and Adolf Knispel
Wanda Emilie KELLER
Born: Oct 6, 1880
Confirmation date: March 26, 1893
Johann August KELLER
Born: Feb. 10, 1881
Confirmation date: Apr. 7, 1895
Emil Herman Adolf KELLER
Born: May 20, 1885
Confirmation date: Apr. 3, 1898
Friedrich H. KELLER
Born: Sept 6, 1886
Confirmation date: Apr. 8, 1900
Marie Pauline KELLER
Born: Dec 6, 1888
Confirmation date: Mar. 23, 1902
Born: Mar. 17, 1893
Confirmation date: Mar. 24, 1907
April 16, 1893
License # 199290
Carl Hess (age 27)
Amalia KELLER (age 17)
Attendants: Wm Hess and August Schmidt
Sept. 28, 1895
License # 238365
Edward KELLER (age 22)
Anna Freitag (age 20)
Attendants: Rich Doening, Minna Freitag, Wm Freitag, Rieke Blohm, Tory Mackie and Wanda KELLER
Feb. 26, 1896
License # 245400
Adolph H. KELLER (age 25)
Ottilie Knitter (age 22)
Attendants: Louis Spitz, Maria Wordelwauu ?,(possibly Wordelwann), Otto Schruook, and Anna KELLER
Aug. 30, 1896
License # 252862
Adolph Knispel (age 25)
Wanda KELLER (age 17)
Attendants: Julius Leutz, Emma Heidon, August Schmidt and Frederike Geinemauu ?,(probably Geinemann)
Feb 6, 1904
License # 382162
Ferdinand KELLER (age 26)
Amalia Born (age 22)
Attendants: Wm KELLER and Adolf Kuispel
June 2, 1906
License # 431469
Adolph KELLER (age 23)
Elizabeth Martin (age 21)
Attendants: Julius Wittershein and Marie KELLER
June 29, 1907
License # 460527
Emil Prieve (age 25)
Marie KELLER (age 18)
Attendants: Friedrich KELLER, Minna Prieve, Robert Jensen, Ida Marczinske, Wilhelm Hein and Emile Jensen
Nov. 27, 1907
License # 472447
Friedrich KELLER (age 23)
Minna Prieve (age 23)
Attendants: Wm Hein, Olga Hesseu ? (Possibly Hessen), Richard Bunjes, Nellie Heelan, Leo Lense and Selma Marquardt
Johaun ? (probably Johann) KELLER
Born Apr. 9, 1812
Died Oct. 23, 1886
1923 Chicago Directory, page 1713
Abr lab r2533 S Wab av
Adam formn h2715 N Richmond
Adam lab r500 N State
Adam mach h3140 Wallace
Adele assmblr r2214 Van B
Adeline sten r1418 S St Louis av
Adolph E gro 3222 S Racine av
Adolph H clk PO r930 W 14th
Adrienne F sch tchr r Willow Springs
Agnes (wid Wm F) r424 Oakdale
Agnes I Mrs beauty parlor 1232 W 79th
Albert C bdg 355 W Grfld bl
Albert baker h1759 Armitage av
Albert bldg contr h 2512 Argyle
Albert A electn h5612 Calu av
Albert C mach h2212 N Sawyer av
Albert H dept mgr Peoples Truse & Sav Bank of Chgo h 648 Sheridan rd
Albert S acct A T & S F Ry r 5926 Prairie av
Albert W clk h 306 W 71st
Alex meat ctr h5465 Greenwood av
Alex R batterymn h3076 Houssen
Alex R carp h1909 Fletcher
Alf mach h2620 N Rdgwy av
Alf (Braben & Keller) h Dwners Gr.
Alice Mrs cook r 5953 Ind av
Alice H mgr Peerless Secret Service, h 6158 South Park av, Tel Normal 2616
Alice M typist Ill Life Ins Co r1439 Balmoral av
Anna (wid Albert H) h10761 Cot Grv av
Anna (wid Hv) h1849 Maud av
Anna (wid Jno) h1319 Shaughnessy
Anna h rear 2739 Magnolia av
Anna r909 Wolfram
Anna bkpr Farm Press Pub Co r744 N Wells
Anna hlpr r2163 N Maplwd av
Anna A (wid Jno) r333 Stanley ter
Anna B (wid Wm) h4546 N Winchtr
Anna C sten C, M & St P Ry r1840 N Keystone av
Anna P sch tchr r1300 S Lawndale av
Anna S sch tchr h4546 N Winchtr
Anne J h1373 E 57th
Annus agt Fredk Froemke & Co r822 S Wab av
Anthony eve opr h2228 N Halsted
Anthony G chf clk P G L & C Co 4439 Keokuk av
Anton mach h1627 Mohawk
Anton prsfdr h2739 Magnolia av
Armin clk Washwurn-Crosby Co r2046 Waveland av
Arnold cant read - either h1317, or h1817 - Wellington av
Arnold mgr W U Tel Co 188 W Lake
Arnold B asst treas Intl Harv Co of Am pres Citizens Securities Inv Co r Gary Ind
Arth h636 Barry av
Arth bkpr Milk Porducers Co-Opr Mktg Co h Nprvle
Arth clk r3576 Medill av
Arth H furs 554 E 63rd r6337 St Lawr av
Arth O clk h2214 N Cal av
Aug cond h1737 Nelson
Aug mach r rear 3307 E 91st
Aug A (Pieper & Keller) h6439 S Morgan
Aug H sec H Piper Co 1517 N Mayfield av
Aug H jr slsmn H Piper Co h1714 N Mafor av
Aug P barber2556 Linden pl h3441 Schubert av
Aug P clk Co Board of Review 2737 Ballou
Augusta (wid Wm) r3222 S Racine av
Augustine maid r3950 Ind av
A C firemn r6129 Wentworth av
Belle clk A Decker & Cohn Inc r4627 S Calu av
Benedict jr barber h2652 Ward
Benj lab h2118 N Oakley av
Benj welder h1724 N Rockwell
Benj B wood carver h1661 Vine
Bertha (wid Adolph) r2204 N Kildare av
Bertha bkpr Lake State Bank r2700 Thomas
Bertha slsdy Boston Store r9 W Pearson
Bertha sten h717 Oakdale av
Bessie (wid Jos) h1913 S Clifton Pk av
Bessie sten S D Childs & Co r1050 Bensley av
Betty sten E D Kimball & Co r2118 N Oakley bl
Blanche O clk Stock Yd Dist Agcy r6230 S Sac av
Bohumil meatctr r3031 S Centr Pk av
Bros (Walter and Jno) bakers 3441 S Halsted
Bros (Chas and Hosen) rest 5529 Lk Pk av
Carl r2151 N Clark
Carl A senior eng Com Ed Co h820Greenwood av Wilmt
Caroline E sten Met Life Ins Co r4456 N Hamlin ave
Carroll D Sales Agent National Cash Register Co r2150 Lincoln Pkw
Cassius E formn h4811 School
Cath (wid Celestian) h5534 N Clark
Cecil W slsmn Premier Service r4437 N Racine av
Chas baker h3603 S Halsted
Chas ship clk Clarence Hirschhorn h3711 Addison
Chas gowns 3545 S Mich av
Chas lab h1647 W 32d pl
Chas mill hd h3910 N St Louis av
Chas mldr h5142 Carmen av
Chas shoemkr h1109 Keystone av
Chas typewriter repr h11320 Diversey pkw
Chas A slsmn Thomas Guteman h5637 S Laflin
Chas A C h5517 Chgo av
Chas B r709 Roscoe
Chas B pkr r432S Desplaines
Chas H h318 W Grfld bl
Chas J (Keller Bros) h8107 Blkstone av
Chas J carrier PO r1530 Wieland
Chas J res mgr Doremus & Co h O Pk
Chas J slsmn Consolidated Leaf Tobacco Co h8006 Kimbark av
Fred bndry formn Met Syn Press h1823 Greenleaf av
Fred bkpr Merchants Chemical Co r2608 Florence av
Fred cementwkr h5025 Montrose av
Fred lab PO h1870 N Halsted
Fred lab h3425 N H??ltn av (possibly Hmltn)
Fred lab h1852 S Harding av
Fred mach h2824 Warsaw av
Fred H electn r1335 S Kolin av
Fred J clk r5140 S Neenah av
Fred R chauf r1852 S Harding av
Fred L broommkr h?258 Beach av (could be 3 or 8)
Fredk h2825 S Kenneth av
Fredk electn h2824 Warsaw av
KELLER FREDERICK B (Lam-
pert & Keller), h225 S Taylor-
Oak Park, Ill, Tel Oak Park
Fredericka (wid Jno) h1327 N Long av
Freida smstrs r2315 W 50th pl
Freida bkpr C A Zoes r2512 Argyle av
Freida factorywkr r15440 Otto
Hy driver h2054 Aubert av
HY (Regal Trunk Co) 1047 Mad
Hy h3347 S Western bl
Hy auto mech h1503 Fullerton av
Hy cabtmkr h844 Drake av
Hy gasftr h7943 S Bishop
Hy glovemkr r1669 Milw av
Hy photo h1528 Victoria
Hy slsmn Schulze Baking Co h5522 W 23d
Hy, C aviator r3723 W 82d pl
Hy, F bkpr Phoenix Horse Shoe Co h1046 N Rdgwy av
Hy, F chauf h5133 Lk Pk av
Hy, H mldr h1016 N Rdgwy av
Hy, P (Mutual Security Co) h383840 N Tripp av
Hy, P elev opr h5133 Lk Pk av
Hy, P meats 1007 Center
Hy, R clk Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Co r1338 Jackson bl
Louise meatctr 539 Shields av
Louise C (wid Wm W) r1614 Greenleaf av
louise C smstrs r909 Wolfram
Louise M bkpr J T Redmond r731 Addison
Louise M sch tchr r1300 S Lawndaleav
1923 Chicago Directory
Jno (Keller Bros) h 3441 S. Halsted
Jno h3631 N. Hermtg av
Jno r3222 S. Racine av
Jno baker h1763 N. Wells
Jno bkpr Wollenberger & Co r662? Ingleside av
Jno brewer h3228 Princeton av
Jno car inspr h3118 W 38th
Jno carp h117 W 123d
Jno chauf h2850 N Avers av
Jno clk First Natl Bank r1303 N. Artesian av.
Jno clk h7403 Ingleside av
Jno clk Goe Ronlotes h1753 Lun?
Jno clothes clnr h2340 Rsvit rd
Jno hlpr r15?8 Victoria
Jno irnwkr h5144 S Natchez av
Jno lab h2315 W 50th pl
Jno jr labr2315 W 50th pl
Jno lab h1721 Hudson av
Jno lab h5831 Leland av
Jno lab h501 W 28th pl
Jno mach h2147 W 22d pl
Jno mus tehr 1924 S Hamlin av
Jno pkr h940 N Springfield av
Jno rest h637 Webster av
Jno shoe mfr 219 S Dearb R?04 h1420 Clybourn
Jno shoemkr h5021 Calu av
Jno stmftr r338 Sunnyside av
Jno wtchmn h2135 W 52d pl
Jno A pkr r2051 Kendall
Jno A supt H O Berger Co r2521 N Clark
Jno B formn r10501 Bensley av
Jno E chauf h2532 Millard av
Jno F. clk Becker-Ryan & Co h7321 Vincennes av
Jno F driver h7540 Emerald av
Jno G clk Maas Bros h1905 Jackson bl
Jno G firemn r3918 Bway
Jno J broker h7721 N Hermtg av
Jno J clk Miami Coal Co r1913 S Clifton Pk av
Jno J formn h518 N Troy
Jno J ship clk h2852 N Racine av
Jno W lab h1620 N Fran av
Jno W plmbr 5915 Iowa
Jos h2217S Kostner av
Jos asst formn h2625 Ward
Jos clk r5353 S Mobile av
Jos driver h1919 Larrabee
Jos fns?r r4451 Pk av
Jos guard County Jail h1851 Warner av
Jos hlpr r1528 Victoria
Jos lab h1143 W 14th
Jos lab h1606 S Loomis
Jos lab h35?2 S Union av
Jos lab h918 Wolfram
jos mach h3752 McLean av
Jos phone opr ?920 Marate ter
Jos real est h2700 Thomas
Jos tinner r1416 Belmont av
Jos tanner h rear 1820 Fremont
Jos uphol h rear 1522 Emma
Jos A slsmn r1319 Shaughnessey
Jos D agt Wash Life & Acc In? Co h923 E 40th
Jos E slsmn Agar Pkg & P?ov Co r7522 S Morgan
Jos F chauf h1756 Chgo av
Jos F pianomkr r2739 Magn?lia av
Jos G lawyer 155 N Clark R?1? h3121 Flournoy
Jos J tmstr r2?1 Kendall
Jos M mach r10501 Bensley av
Jos R ship clk h1?33 Wolfram
Julia bkpr r5??3 Winthrop av
Julius h2245 S Cal av
Julius r1320 Diversey pkw
Julius plstr h308 W 30th
Julius v-p Krasberg Piston Ring Co h2737 Hamden ct
J B & Sons (Jacob B; Paul H & Jacob H) live stock com 82 Exch bldg
J E treas Bethany Bible Sch 3435 Van B
Kath (wid Geo) h1418 S St Louis
Kath Mrs slsldy Boston Store r11819 Emerald av
Kath h6514 Dorchester av
Kath maid 80? Geo
Kath sten Wisconsin Steel Works h10501 Bensley av
Kath D nurse 506 Greenwood av
Kath R slsldy The Ladies' Shop h1439 Balmoral
Kathryn sten r2437 Chgo av
Katie tel opr Postal Tel-Cable Co r4413 Oakenwald av
Kittie slsldy Mandel r860 Pine Wntka
Knitting Co Wm Langert mgr 323 W Jackson bl R202
Laura inspr r3234 n Whipple
Laura sten h1046 N Rdgwy av
Walter (Keller Bros) h3441 S Halsted
Walter r3800 S Mich av
Walter butcher r1825 Mohawk
Walter electn h927 N Rdgwy av
Walter dir Sherwood Music Sch h452 N Winchtr av
Walter hlpr r1219 Otis
Walter lab h3739 S Dearb
Walter jr porter r3739 S Dearb
Walter A asst ticket agt C. M. & St P Ry r3528 Beach av
Walter C W drftsmn W U Tel Co h927 N Rdgwy av
Walter V broker 118 N LaS R508
Chicago Tribune, May 1, 1919
John J. McINERNY Dies:
Was Policeman 32 Years
John J. McInery, for thirty-two years a member of Chicago's police force, died yesterday in his home at 2123 South Millard avenue.
McInery joined the "force" in 1887 and for twenty-one years was on operator at the Maxwell street station. Eleven years ago he was transferred to the Lawndale avenue station, where he has since been operator. On Feb. 12 of this year he resigned because of poor health. He was 59 years old. Two daughters and four sons survive.
Oscar Fay ADAMS, Author
of Many Volumes, Dies
Boston, Mass., April 30 --[Special.]--
Oscar Fay Adams, author of many volumes of high literary merit and secretary of the Boston Authors' club, died today at North Truro, on Cape Cod. He had been at the beach resort for several weeks to improve his health. For many years all his works have been published through houghton Mifflin & Co. He had lived in Cambridge for a long time.
CHARLES H. DOYLE, for twenty-six years an employe of Swift & Co., died yesterday at Washington Park hospital following an illness of ten days. He was head of the branch house accounting department of Swift & Co. and lived at 6534 Kenwood avenue. Interment will be at Oakwoods cemetery.
Gustav FREUND, Michael
Reese President, Dies
Gustav Freund, president of Michael Reese hospital, died suddenly at his home, 4759 Ellis avenue, of heart disease. He was 66 years old. He is survived by his wife, Minna, and three daughters, Mrs. Clarence L. COLEMAN, Mrs. Walter S. BAER, Mrs. Max H. SACHS, and one son, Erwin, all of Chicago. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at the family residence. Burial will be in Rosehill cemetery. Mr. Freund had been identified with hospital and kindred philanthropic movements in Chicago for many years.
MAYER -- In memory of our father, Louis Mayer, who passed into eternal rest, May 1, 1900.
BENJAMIN S. MAYER AND SISTERS.
ALLYN -- Frank Egbert Allyn, aged 63, husband of Mary H., father of Arthur C. Interment at Lincoln, Neb., Friday, May 2. Services at late residence, 1906 Sherman-st., Evanston, Ill., Thursday, 1 p.m. Lincoln, Neb. papers please copy.
BANE -- Charles F. Bane, beloved husband of Georgiana H., father of Allan C., brother of Levi B. and William C., at his late residence, 516 E. 44th-pl., April 29, 1919. Funeral services at chapel, 4141 Cottage Grove-av., 3:30 p.m. Friday. Interment at Lake Geneva, Wis.
BELL -- Susie Bell, aged 58, Funeral from her late residence, 17 S. Halsted-st., Thursday, at 1 p.m., by autos to Forest Home cemetery. Toronto, Ont., Canada, papers please copy.
BURR -- Amanda V. W. Burr; residence 53?2 Lakewood-av.; widow of the late Charles P. Burr, aunt of Carl WILSON; at Wendell, Idaho, April 26, Services at Rosehill chapel, Thursday, 11 a.m.
BOUCHER -- Bridget A. Boucher, April 29, at residence, 3307 Polk-st., beloved wife of the late William J., mother of Joseph J., William J., Margaret G., Mrs. W. G. DOUGLAS, Mrs. J. J. BOULGER, and Mrs. A. V. PEHL. Funeral Friday, May 2, at 10:30 a.m., to Our Lady of Sorrows church, autos to Mount Carmel. Member of Married Ladies sodality; rosary Thursday at 3 p.m.
BUCKLEY-- Dennis J. Buckley, suddenly, beloved husband of Annie Nolan, nee McNICHOLAS, fond father of Dennis Jr., and the late Lieut. Charles J. Buckley, step-father of Mrs. Nola DILLMAN, Gerald, and Emmett NOLAN, brother of John, Mrs. KEATING, and Mrs. SCHUSTER. Funeral Saturday at 9:30 from his late residence 6606 S. Green-st., to St. Bernard's church. Interment Mount Olivet, autos. For seats call Wentworth 63.
DOYLE -- Charles Hugh Doyle, 6534 Kenwood-av.; aged 51, husband of Mary C. nee SCH?EY, brother of Mary P., Annie F., and Irvin J. of Omaha. Funeral Friday at 2 p.m. from Woodlawn Park Presbyterian church, Kimbark-av., and 64th-st., thence to Oakwoods cemetery. Omaha and Baltimore papers please copy.
ERWIN -- William Erwin, beloved husband of Mary, nee TEISEN, father of Carl and Willaim, brother of Mrs. PORTMAN and Mrs. FRISBY, member of James G. Blaine council, National union, Funeral Friday May 2, from chapel, 1922 Irving Park-blvd, at 8:30 a.m., to St. Vincent's church by autos to Calvary.
FREUND -- Gustav Freund, 6? years, beloved husband ofMinna Freund, father of Mrs. Clarence L. COLEMAN, Mrs. Walter S. BAER, Mrs. Max H. SACHS, and Erwin O. Freund, suddenly Wednesday, April 30, 1919. Funeral Friday, 2 p.m., from Sinai temple, 46th-st, and Grand-blvd, to Rosehill. Please omit flowers. N. Y. papers please copy.
GRADY-- James Grady, April 30, beloved husband of Margaret, nee DOLAN, fond father of Mary, Rita and Genevieve Grady, brother of Mrs. Thomas SHEA, Mrs. George HANCOCK, and John Grady. Member of Central Park Council No. 658, K & L of S. , at his residence, 330 N. Crawford-av. Funeral notice later.
HAGER -- Paul M. Hager, dearly beloved son of Harry and Mary, nee DUFFY, fond brother of Mrs. Florence ELKER, Mrs. Genevieve McLAUGHLIN, Mrs. loraine WEBSTER, Frank and Amy HAGER, grandson of Peter and Mary DUFFY. Funeral Saturday, May 3, at 9:a.m., from his late residence, 4441 Park-av., to St. Mel's church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated. Autos to Mt. Carmel.
HALLWACHS -- George A. Hallwachs, April 30, 1919, husband of Dorothy and son of Rev. George M., brother of Miss Clara F., Johanna, Willaim C., John F. Hallwachs, Mrs. (O. or C.). L. Pfeifer and the late Esther L. Hallwachs. Private funeral services and interment at Naperville, Ill., Friday, p.m.
HARTMANN -- Ida Hartmann, suddenly, April 29, 1919, daughter of Marie and Nicholas Hartmann, sister of Mrs. Anna KELB?Y, Mrs. Frank McNELLIS, Mrs. Mada STRELOW, and Wm. and Louis Hartman. Services Thursday, May 1, at 2 p.m., from chapel, 709 E. 47th-st. Burial at Mount Greenwood.
HONEY -- Andrew R. Honey, beloved husband of the late Celia [ nee MORAN ], fond father of William, Patrick, Joseph, Mrs. John GAYNOR, and the late Katherine and Andrew Jr., at residence ?044 N. Franklin-st. Funeral notice later.
HUNTOON -- Agnes O. Huntoon, suddenly, April 28, 1919, at Lakeside hospital, mother of Charles W., May F. Huntoon, and Mrs. Allie H. BONNELL, Funeral services at Oakwoods cemetery chapel, Friday at 2:30 p.m. Interment private. Remains at chapel, 4227 Cottage Grove-av.
IMPENS -- Emily Impens, nee VAN POU??, on April 2?, 1919, at Gallup, N. M., beloved wife of Peter Impens, Funeral services from St. John Berchman church, Maplewood-av. and Logan-blvd., Saturday, May 3, at 10 a.m., Interment St. Joseph;s cemetery.
KLEIN -- Anna ( N. or M.) C. Klein, beloved wife of the late Frederick Klein and mother of Mrs. Elmer JONES, at Freeport, Ill. Funeral in Chicago. Notice later.
KOHN -- Simon M. Kohn, April 29, at Cleveland, Ohio, brother of Henry M., Joseph A., and Milton M. Kohn of New York. Funeral services at new (chapel) 986 ?. 47th-st, between Drexel and Ellis, Friday, May 2, at 10 a.m.
LIBBY -- James E. Libby, April 28, 7158 Normal-blvd., at Homestead, Fla., husband of Lulu M. and father of Edwin S. Member of Englewood lodge No. 690 A. F. & A. M. Funeral Friday May 2, at 2:30 p.m. from The Chapel, Normal-blvd, and 62d-pl. Masonic services at Mount Hope cemetery by Englewood lodge. Portland, Me. papers copy.
MacMARTIN -- Dr. Duncan R. MacMartin, April 30, 1919, at Great Northern hotel, suddenly of apoplexy. Funeral services at Graceland chapel, Friday, May 2, at 3:45 p.m.
MOHR -- Charles F. MOHR, beloved husband of Mary Mohr, nee A?EN, fond father of Freda M. and Charles E. Jr., brother of Theodore and William Mohr., beloved son of Mrs. Freda Mohr, member of Pleiades lodge No. 478, A. F. & A. M.: Ar?an grotto No. 18; Wiley M. Egan chapter No. 126, R. A. M. ; Ro?? Croix chapter No. 409, O. E. S.; and American Musicians union. Funeral services from his late residence, 1180 N. Laramie-av., Austin, Thursday, May 1, at 2 p.m. by auto to Arlington.
MOHR -- Charles F. Mohr, Membersd of Pleiades lodge No. 478 A. F. & A. M., will meet at their hall, Thursday, May 1, 1919, at 1 o'clock. Funeral to Arlington cemetery.
WILLIAM WOOD, Master
GEORGE M'KENZIE, Secretary
MURPHY -- Ellen Harrold Murphy, April 30, at her residence, 7530 Stewart-av., beloved wife of the late Simon Murphy, mother of Mrs. Charles ALM, Anna, Eleanora, and the late John S. and Julia Murphy. Interment at Kearny, Neb., May 2, Please omit flowers.
PETERSON -- Emma Peterson, April 29, at her home, 5657 S. May-st., fond mother of Mrs. Helga HEDBERG, Mrs. Anna ERICKSON, Sophie, Esther, Be???, Edward, Karl, Bror Peterson, Funeral Friday, May 2, from late home, at 2 p.m., to Englewood Swedish Baptist church, 59th st. and Emerald-av. Interment Oakhill.
POWER -- Mary Power, wife of the late John Power, mother of Theresa A., John F., Grace, William J., Mrs. Joseph A. McINERNEY, and the late Mary Power, sister of Patrick CANFIELD. Funeral Saturday, May 3, at 9:30 a.m., from late residence 4855 Washington-blvd., to St. Thomas Aquinas church, where high mass will be celebrated. Autos to Calvary. Member of Married Ladies' Sodality, Holy Family church and St. Joseph's court No. 4 W. O. O. F. Phone Van Buren 522.
REID - Elizabeth M. Reid, April 30, beloved wife of Joseph A. of Edison Park. Funeral service 11 a.m., Friday, from late residence 68(1 or 4) 8 Oleander-pkwy, Interment Union Ridge cemetery.
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Chicago Tribune, April 23, 1911
(partial listing -- and some are ommited)
BOLDT -- Bertha Boldt, April 22, 1911, aged 69 years 5 moths, wife of the late Fred Boldt, beloved mother of Emma Boldt, Mrs. Frank WEBER, Mrs. Fred GANZER, Mrs. RAKASPAREK, Mrs. Otto BERG, Mrs. Edward STEER, Frank J. Boldt, and Mrs. John LAHVIC. Funeral from daughter's residence, 6801 Laflin-st., Tuesday at 10 a.m. to the English Lutheran Church of Atonement, the Rev. BEAR. Bureal Waldheim.
BORG -- Charles E. Borg, at Dusseldorf, Germany, April 10, age 27, beloved husband of Lillian, nee KLEIN, father of Doris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris, and brother of William and Anna.
CHAMPLIN -- Eugene K. Champlin, April 21, aged 6? years. Funeral Sunday, 10 o;clock a.m., from his late residence, 6049 Princeton-av., by carriages to Oakwoods.
CUTHBERTSON --Margaret Cuthbertson, nee GILL, at her daughter's residence, 3341 Lincoln-av., beloved wife of the late John Cuthbertson and fond mother of John Cuthbertson, Mrs. Carrie McLAUGHLIN, William, and the late Joseph and James Cuthbertson. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a.m. to St. Andrew's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carrriages to Calvary.
DARBY -- The funeral of Alfred O?born Darby will take place from Presbyterian church in Highland Park at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The Rev. R. Calvin DOBSON will officiate. Interment private.
DRINKWATER -- E. A. Drinkwater, April 20, beloved brother of Mrs. Alice JOHNSON, Mrs. Louise SHOTTAF?R, and Mrs. Lizzie WILLIAMS; member of Denver council No. 59?, Royal Arcanum. Funeral Sunday, April 28, at 2 p.m., from George W. SCOTT's chapel, 2809 Madison-st., by carraiges to Forest Home cemetery. Denver [Colo.] and Harrisburg [Pa.] papers please copy.
DURKIN -- James Durkin, April 22, beloved son of Catherin?, nee GERAGHTY, and the late John and brother of Thomas and John DUR?IN and Mrs. James PRENDERGAST. Funeral Monday, at 9 a.m., from brother's residence, 5002 Carpenter-st., to Church of Visitation, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to 40th and Halsted-st. depot and by train to Mount Olivet; native of Louisburgh, County M?yo, Ireland. Clinton, Mass., papers please copy.
FISCHER -- Gotthold Fischer, musician, beloved father of Mrs. Emma JAHNKE and Charles, Emalia, and Augusta Fischer, at Tacoma, Wash. April 21, aged ?5 years and 6 months. Funeral from residence, 4?9 W. Division-st., Monday, April 24, at 1 p.m.; to Waldheim cemetery.
FOX -- Dr. Harriet Magee Fox, beloved wife of Bonham M. Fox, at her residence 8839 Rhodes-av., Friday, April 21. Funeral Sunday, April 23, at ? o'clock, Burial private.
FISCHER -- George A. Fischer, April 22, age 28 years, beloved son of Charles H. and Sarah M-
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LEVINGER-- Mathia? H. Levinger, member of Germania lodge, Independent Order Free Sons of Israel. Funeral today 1 p.m., from Hamburg's chapel, 4?40 Prairie-av. Free Sons please attend. ELI BRANDT, Gr. Sec'y
MACHANN -- Rose Machann, nee KRAUCH, aged 25 years, beloved wife of Wm. Machann, mother of Marie, daughter of Henry and Marie KRAUCH, sister of Louise, Lillie and Bouton KRAUCH, daughter-in-law of August and Amelie MACHANN. Funeral Monday, April 24, 1911, at 2 p.m., from late residence, (3 or 8)440 N. Ashland-av. to Rosehill cemetery.
MITCHELL -- William R. Mitchell, aged 42 years. Funeral Sunday, at 1 p.m., from George W. SCOTT's chapel, 2?00 Madison-st. Burial at Graceland.
McCORRY --James A. McCorry, beloved son of William and Nora McCorry, nee RYAN. Funeral from reesidence, 2937 Jackson-blvd., Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., to Our Lady of Sorrow's church, by carriages to Mount Carmel.
NEWTON -- Edwin T. Newton, beloved husband of Alice, father of Harry and Blanche, suddenly, April 21, of heart failure. Funeral notice later.
NORTMAN -- Frank J. Nortman, April 21st, aged 45 years, beloved husband of Kate Nortman [nee KOSTER], father of Hazel, brother of William, John, Fred, Harry, Edward, Carrie, and Mrs. Charles FECHER, 6513 Lexington-av. Former address 2713 Wentworth-av. Funeral from late residence, Sunday, 12:30 p.m., to St. Clara's church. Interment Oakwood.
NEIMAN -- John F. Neiman, beloved husband of Mary Neiman [nee MELKOVITZ] 1077 N. Paulina-st., April 22, 1911. Funeral notice later.
NELSON -- Mar?onious Nelson, aged 34 years, at Alexandria hotel, April 21, 1911. Services will be held in the funeral chapel of Arnizen's undertaking establishment, 810 N. Clark-st. Bush Temple of Music. Sunday, April 23, under the auspices of Standard lodge, A. F. and A. M., at 3 p.m.
NEWTON -- E. T. Newton, beloved husband of Mrs. Alice Newton, father of Harry and Blanche Newton. Services at Cartroll's chapel, 4??2 W. Ravenswood Park, Tuesday, April 25, 1911, ? p.m.
O'KEEFE -- Johanna O'Keefe, nee FITZGERALD, beloved wife of Dennis, fond mother of Agnes and Daniel O'Keefe. Funeral Sunday, April 23, at 9:30 a.m. from residence, 618 S. Laflin-st., to St. Jarlath's church, carriages to Mt. Carmel. Member of Married Ladies' So?ality, Holy Family parish, and Holy Family court No. 1, W. C. O. F.
PARISH -- Rosamond P. Parish, at 337 W. Erie-st., Oak Park, Ill., Saturday morning, April 22, aged 88 years and 2 months, widow of the late C. C. Parish, mother of Mrs. S. C. TOBIN and Charles P. Parish. Funeral services to be held at the house at 3 o'clock Sunday; interment private.
ROWE -- Thomas Rowe, aged 52 years, April 22, beloved husband of Nellie Rowe, nee ANDERSON, Funeral Monday, April 24, at 10 a.m., from Olson's undertaking rooms, 8025 Wentworth-av., to Oak hill cemetery by cars.
SCHWALM -- Elizabeth Schwalm, April 21, age ?? years, beloved wife of William Schwalm, mother of Charles Schwalm and Mrs. Carrie LINDEBORG. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m., from daughter's residence, 1022 Roscoe-st. Burial at Graceland.
SMITH -- Benjamin Smith, born in New Gloucester, Me., Dec. 8, 1834, at Wheaton, Ill., April 21, 1911. Funeral services at Graceland chapel at 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 24. Boston [Mass.] and Bangor and Lewiston [Me.] papers please copy.
THORN -- Henrietta Thorn, nee LOOS, age 75 years, beloved wife of the late William Thorn, mother of Herman and sister of Emil LOOS. Funeral from late residence, 821 Townsend-st., Monday, April 24, at 1:30 p.m., by carriages to Graceland.
TURONLEY -- Col. Parmenas T. Turonley, at his home in Highland Park, Saturday morning, April 22, in his 91st year.
VANDENDAELE -- Edward Vandendaels, beloved husband of Mary, father of Minnette and Lillian. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from his late residence, 5729 Green-st., to Church of the Visitation, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.
WAGNER -- David S. Wagner, husband of Virginia C. Wagner at his residence, 5427 East End-av., April 21, 1911, aged 63 years. Funeral services at Graceland cemetery chapel Sunday, April 23, at ? p.m., Hamilton, Ont., papers please copy.
YOUNG -- George J. Young, beloved husband of Louisa Young, nee FALK. Funeral from George KLANER's funeral chapel, 1414 N. Clark-st., Tuesday, April 25, 1911, 9 a.m. Interment Elmwood cemetery. Member of Royal Arcanum council No. 8?? R. A. ; also member of Brotherhood of Railroad Trainman No. 375.
ZITZEWITZ -- Mathilde Zitzwitz, beloved wife of Franz Zitawitz, mother of Hermann, Charles, Frank, Mrs. Marie LEHMPUHL and Mrs. Ros(a or e) RICHTSTEIG. Funeral Monday, April, 24, 1911, at 2:30 o'clock form Graceland cemetery chapel.
Chicago Tribune, April 28, 1919
EDWARD H. McPHERRAN, for twenty years a member of the Chicago Board of Trade, died yesterday in Los Angeles, according to a telegram received last night. Mr. McPherran and his brother, Samuel, came to Chicago from Canada many years ago. Samuel died soon afterward. Edward left the city with Robert pringle, another board of Trade man, about five years ago. He returned last fall on a short visit.
JEROME A. SMITH
to be Buried Today
Jerome A. Smith, 86 years old, who died at his home 1231 Maple avenue, Evanston, Saturday, will be buried in Rosehill this afternoon. He came to Chicago as cook on a lumber schooner in 1849. Later he began working for S.D. Childs & Co. He spent four years in the quartermaster's department during the civil war, then went back to the firm and worked his way up to the presidency. He retired from active business some years ago and was made vice president. He is survived by a widow and two children.
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ROYAL ANDREW WILSON,
Banker, Clubman, Dead
Springfield, Ill., April 27, -- [Special.)
--Royal Andrew Wilson, said to be a banker, lawyer, and clubman of Chicago and Evanston, died at the home of his mother in Tallula, near here, today of cancer. He was a brother of Clarence Wilson, Chicago banker.
Royal Wilson was for a short time a member of the University club of Evanston, and is understood to have been a member of the University club of Chicagol. He left Evanston about two months ago for a Chicago hospital. his brother is connected with the Continental Commercial bank of Chicago. He was single.
MISS ANNA VALLANDINGHAM, an aunt of Albert W. HARRIS, president of the Harris Trust and Savings bank, died suddenly yesterday at her home in Hartwell, O. She was 85 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Harris left last night for Hartwell to attend the funeral today.
GARVIN -- Catherine. To our dear mother, who left us one year ago today:
Mother, Dear Heart, the year's been long to us,
Who miss you so.
We find it harder every day we live
To let you go.
We miss your voice, your step, your loving smile,
We miss you sadly, miss you all the while,
Yet try to know
That you have entered sweetly into rest,
And that God's own plan for you is best.
YOUR LOVING CHILDREN
SCHWARTZ -In memory of our beloved son and brother, Morris S. Schwartz, who passed away April 28, 1918
FATHER, SISTERS, AND BROTHER.
BROSSEAU -- Helen Elizabeth Brosseau, beloved wife of Louis Charles Brosseau and daughter of Mrs. P. J. GERAGHTY, April 26, at Augustana hospital. Funeral mass 10:30 Tuesday morning at cathedral of the Holy Name. Burial private. Friends re kindly requested not to send flowers.
BURNETT -- Reta E. Burnett, April 26, at her residence, 2447 N. California-av.; beloved mother of Harry. Funeral Wednesday April 30, at 2 p.m., from chapel, at 3949 Milwaukee-av. Autos to Forest Home. For information call Irving 152.
CANNON -- William H. Cannon, 4431 S. Halsted-st., April 27, beloved husband of Rose, nee CARROLL; fond father of Edward, Corporal William H. Jr., A. E. F., Ber?, Alfred, Gerald, Mrs. James SMITH, Mrs. George THROW, and the late Mrs. William C. KENNEDY; brother of Mrs. Kate FINEBERG, Mrs. Hattie CLIFFORD, and the late Mrs. Mary HUELES; son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfted Cannon. Funeral notice later. For information call yards 703.
CONNOLLY -- John B. Connolly, April 26, 1919, beloved son of Michael J., and Mary E. nee BUCKLEY, fond brother of Kathryn, Patrick, Peter, Francis, and Ignatius Connolly, at his late residence, 55 E. Oak-st. Funeral notice later.
MCMAHON - Margaret McMahon, nee POWERS, mother of Michael, John, Thomas, Mrs. D. SHIELDS of Waukesha, Wis., Mrs. J. FLAHIRIE, sister of Mrs. Ellen KENNEDY and Patrick POWERS of Green Bay, Wis. Funeral Tuesday, April 29, at 9 a.m., from her late residence, 1654 Wabansia-av., to Annuciation church, where high mass will be celebrated. Autos to Mount Carmel. Information call Monroe 624. Green Bay, Wis., papers please copy.
MOSIG -- Charles Mosig, aged 40 years, at his residence, 5127 Prairie-av., fond brother of John C. Mosig. Funeral from chapel, Garfield-blvd. at Wabash, Tuesday, April 29, at 2 p.m. Interment at Oakwoods.
MUELLER - Valentine Mueller, beloved husband of Marie Mueller, nee METZGER, at Altadena, Cal., March ?, 1919. Funeral services Rosehill chapel, Tuesday, April 29, 2 p.m.
NOONAN -- Frank E. Noonan, suddenly, Sunday, April 27. Friends may view remains at chapel, 1625 N. Wells-st., Monday afternoon, until 5 p.m. Interment at Cincinnati.
PARADISE -- Henry Paradise, beloved husband of Marabelle, and fond father of Leona. Funeral Tuesday, April 29, at 2 p.m., from chapel, 4649 Prairie-av. By automobiles to Oakwoods cemetery. Funeral private. Please omit flowers.
QUINN -- James Quinn, dearly beloved son of John and the late Johanna nee HANIF(L or I)N, fond brother of May, Walter, George, Mrs. John McGRATH, Frank, William , and Matthias Quinn. Funeral from chapel, (3 or 8)734 Archer-av., Tuesday, April 29, at 9 a.m., to St. Agnes church, where high mass will be celebrated, by autos to Mt. Carmel. Friends wishing seats call McKinley 67.
ROWLAND -- Hugh Rowland, beloved husband of Nora, nee ROWLAND, fond father of Catherine, Letitia, Mary, hugh, Annie, James, Bernard, and the late Thomas, brother of Patrick. Funeral from his late residence, 55 E. Superior-st., Tuesday, 9 a.m., to Holy Name cathedral, where high mass will be celebrated, autos to Calvary.
RYAN -- Annie Ryan, beloved wife of John B. Ryan, sister of Mary M. and the Rev. Michael J. Ryan, S. J., at her residence, 2450 South Park-av., Funeral notice later.
SADLER -- Anna Elizabeth HAYES-Sadler. April 27, 1919, at her residence, 1245 N. Dearborn-st. Notice of funeral later.
SCHOENEMAN -- Abraham Schoeneman, beloved husband of Ida Schoeneman, fond father of Bernard, Mrs. Minnie CARNEY, Isadore, with the A. E. F., and Rose. Funeral Monday at 4 p.m., from 2145 Division-st.
SHAEFFER -- Lena J. Shaeffer, at Hinsdale sanitarium, widow of the late L. J. Shaeffer. Funeral services will be held at the chapel in Graceland cemetery on Tuesday, April 29, at 3:30. St. Louis, Mo., and Lancaster, Pa., papers please copy.
SILL -- Catherine E. Sill, nee MAHER, at her residence, 4331 Evans-av.; beloved wife of the late Louis G. and mother of William A. and Mrs. P. A. MARX. Funeral Tuesday, at 10 a.m., from Holy Angels church. Inteerment at Calvary. Member of St. John's court, No. 141, W. C. O. F.
SMITH -- George J. Smith, beloved husband of Bertha, nee SCHULTZ; fond father of Matther J. and George Jr., bother of Mrs. Charles HANSEN. Funeral from Immaculate Conception church, Waukegan, Ill., Wednesday, April 30; high mass at 8:45 a.m. Burial at Mount Carmel cemetry, chicago, Ill. Member of Douglas Park council No. 525, National Union.
SMITH -- Jerome A. Smith, April 26, 86 years, survived by his wife, Lucy A., daughter, Mrs. Herbert POPE of Evanston, and son Frederick W. Smith of Glencoe. Funeral from late residence, 1231 Maple-av., Evanston, Monday, April 28, 3 p.m.
SMITH -- Grace Elizabeth Smith, aged 9, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Smith of 203 Prospect-av., Highland Park, Sunday morning, 8:45, Funeral notice later.
STEVENS -- Silas Curtis Stevens, aged 81, Saturday, April 26. Member of Chicago Board of Trade battery. Funeral from the chapel at 2701 N. Clark-st., Monday, April 28, 3 p.m. Burial private.
STONE -- George W. Stone Jr., April 26, 1919, at his residence, 1832 Hammond-st., beloved husband of Klyde Stone, fond father of Richard and Louise, son of George W. Stone Sr. Funeral services private. Please omit flowers.
STUMPF -- Anna Stumpf, aged 82, April 27, widow of the late John, mother of Otto, Albert H., Mrs. Cecelia CALE of Toronto, and Mrs. Etta ALLSHOUSE of Sunnyside, Wash. Funeral Tuesday, April 29, 2:30 p.m., from her son's residence, 5815 Wayne-av. Interment at Graceland.
THORNUM -- Christine Thornum entered into rest in her seventieth year; beloved wife of the late Peter J., fond mother of Emma C., Louise, Hesselriis, and Mrs. Thyre SMITH. Funeral Tuesday, April 29, at 10 a.m., from her late residence 4026 Lowell-av. Services at Mount Olive cemetery at 10:30 a.m.
TIMM -- Helen Timm, April 27, 1919, at her residence, 422 Garfield-av.; wife of the late Hugo Timm and fond mother of Helen D. Timm. Funeral private, from chapel at 2701 N. Clark-st., Tuesday, April 29, at 2 p.m. Please omit flowers.
UPHAM -- Francis Augustus Upham, April 26, beloved husband of Anna E., father of A. Frank, Harry C., Gertrude I, and the late Minnie L LOVELL, Funeral from late residence, 530 Aldine-av., Monday, April 28, at 2 p.m. Interment Graceland.
VALLANDINGHAM -- Anna Vallandingham, aged 85 years, aunt of Albert W. HARRIS. Funeral at Hartwell, O, Monday, April 28.
WILSON -- Joseph F. Wilson, April 26, husband of Laura A. and father of Edna W. PERCY, 7621 Emerald-av. Member of Ash-
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Chicago Tribune, April 22, 1911, page 10, (partial listing)
DOYLE -- Myrtle Doyle, aged 34 years. Funeral Sunday, April 23, at 10 a.m., from Sheldon's undertakiing rooms, 912 W. Madison-st. Carraiges to Mount Carmel.
DEEIFUS -- Samuel Dreifus, age 36, son of Edward A. Dreifus and the late Sophia, brother of George, Albert, and Mrs. Hattie EPHRAIM. Funeral Sunday, April 23, at 10 o'clock sharp from Furth's chapel, 356 E. 85th-st.
ENZENBECHER -- Carrie Enzenbecher, nee SCHIMMELS, beloved wife of Anthony, mother of Mrs. Margaret SENN, Mrs. Henry LUMPP, Mrs. Joseph A. ???se, and Mrs. Frank C. WEBER. Funeral Monday, Aprill 24, from late residence, 1755 W. Garf??? ???, corner of Wood-st. S?????g?. mass at St. Basil's church at 10 o'clock, thence by carriages to St. Boniface cemetery.
FROST -- Gen. William S. Frost, April 17, 1911, at Wesley hospital, late editor of the Odd Fellows Herald. Funeral from Lanyon's chapel, 415 W. 63d-st. Sunday, April 23, 1911, to Odd Fellows' temple, 6316 Yale-av., 10 a.m., to Oakwoods. Member of Englewood Hill lodge No. 822, I. O. O. F.; Alexander Encampment No. 19, Canton Jackson Park No. 50, Alta Rebecca lodge No. 393. Members of order please attend.
GEISEL -- Henry Geisel, April 21, 1911, beloved son of Caroline Geisel, nee KOUGHLEIN, aged 35 years 4 months, beloved brother of Minnie and William Geisel. Member of Backus Lodge No. 55, A. F. & A. M., located at Cassopolis, Mich. Funeral Monday 1:30 p.m., from late residence 1931 S. Trumbull-av., to Forest Home.
HEALY -- John Healy, April 20, 1911, beloved brother of Michael, Mrs. Edward RYAN and Rose Healy. Member of Calumet Council No. 632, K. of C. Funeral Saturday, April 22, at 9:30 a.m., from residence of his sister, Mrs. Edward Ryan, 6430 St. Lawrence-av., to Holy Cross church, where high mass will be celebrated; carriages to Mount Olivet.
HOLMES -- Helen Victoria Holmes, aged 74 years, entered into rest April 20, beloved wife of Henry Holmes, sister of the late James DREDGE, C. B., editor of Engineering, London, England. Funeral Sunday 10:30 a.m., at late residence, 3054 Calumet-av., by carriages to Mount Greenwood.
KRIMMEL -- Jessie M. Krimmel, nee HAWKINS, beloved wife of Fred C; member of Natal Star chapter 662, O. E. S. Funeral Sunday 1 p.m. from late residence, 5523 Wabash-av., by carriages to Mt. Greenwood.
LAUGHLIN -- John B. Laughlin, beloved son of Margaret C. Laughlin, grandson of the late Ellen REYNOLDS, brother of Mrs. TIERNEY, Mrs. S. N. BRICKHOUSE, Garfield, Joseph and Maud Laughlin, Thursday, April 20, at his residence, 323 East-av., Oak Park, Ill. Funeral Monday, at 9:30 a.m., from St. Edmund's church, Oak Park, thence by carriages to Calvary.
LEVINGER -- Mathias H. Levinger, beloved husband of Caroline Levinger and father of Millie, Henry, and Mrs. S. HAHN, Mrs. R. PETERS, and Eugene, entered into rest April 21, 1911. Funeral Sunday, April 23 at 1 p.m., from Hamburg's chapel, 4649 prairie-av., to Free Sons' cemetery. New York, Philadelphia, and Pittsburg papers please copy. Please omit flowers.
LOFTUS -- Annie Loftus, April 21, 1911, beloved daughter of the late Thomas and Hannah Loftuf. nee BARRETT, and sister of Patrick C., Michael F., Thomas J., John W., and Agnes A. Loftus, Mary E. CAMERON, and Cecelia V. SMITH, at her residence 228 Florimond-st. Funeral Monday at 9:30 to Immaculate Conception church, where solemn requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment at Calvary.
LUMPP -- Mrs. Charles F. Lumpp, beloved wife of Charles F. Lumpp and mother of Else and Hazel, daughter of Mrs. Mary COOKE, sister of Mrs. James L. MONAGHAN, Mrs. Harvey FOSTER, John A. COOKE, and William J. COOKE. Funeral Saturday, April 22, at 9 a.m. sharp, from their resident apartments. Cook County hospital to Holy Family church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated; thence by carriages to Mt. Carmel.
MAHER -- Sophie R. Maher, April 20, at 10:15 a.m, at Allegan, Mich. Services will be held at the Rosehill chapel at 3 p.m., April 22. The burial will be at Rosehill.
MERWINE -- Albert E. Merwine, April 20, 1911, aged 56 years. Services will be held in Central Masonic Temple, 912 LaSaMe-av. , under auspices of Lake View lodge No. 774, Saturday, April 22, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Amboy, Ill.
NORTMAN -- Frank j. Nortman, aged 45 years, beloved husband of Kate Nortman, nee KOSTER, father of Hazel, brother of William, John, Fred, Harry, Edward, Carrie, and Mrs. FECHER. Funeral from late residence, 651? Lexington-av., Sunday, 12:30 p.m., to St. Clara's church. Interment, Oakwoods.
O'NEILL -- James O'Neill Jr., beloved son of James and Bridget [nee HAYES], brother of Mary, William, Loretta, Grace, Florence, and Mrs. F. MORRIS, at residence, 32? N. Claremont-av. Funeral Sunday, April 23, 11:45 a.m. to St Malachy's church; carraiges to Mount Carmel. Member of Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union local 49.
PFUNDER -- Frank F. Pfunder, April 20, 1911, aged 64 years, husband of Louise A., father of Mrs. J. L. FRIEDL, Mrs. R. M. PARSONS, and Frank E. Pfunder. Funeral Saturday at 11 a.m. from Graceland chapel.
RYAN -- Ada E. Ryan, April 19 at Minneapolis. Funeral at her late residence, 3150 Indiana-av., Saturday; April 22. Interment at Mount Hope. Funeral private.
SHIRLAW -- Jeanie Taylor Shirlaw, beloved daughter of Hugh and Maggie Shirlaw, April 18, at Long Beach, Cal. Funeral from late residence, 4940 Forrestville-av., Monday, April 24, at 2 p.m., to Oakwoods cemetery, Glasgow [Scotland] papers please copy.
SYNON -- Mary V. Synon, April 19,. 1911, beloved daughter of Mary Wallace Synon and the late
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Tribune, March 21, 1911
BERG -- David Berg, March 19 at his residence; 4734 Grand-blvd., aged 82 years, beloved father of Fannie Weinberg. Funeral from late residence by automobile to Rosehill at 9 o'clock a.m., Wednesday, March 22.
BROWN -- Pauline Brown, beloved mother of Abe and Mrs. Mamie Cohen, age 53. Funeral from Furth's, 35th and Grand-blvd., Tuesday 1:30 p.m.
BRUMMEL -- Henry Brummel, March 17, 1911, aged 69 years, at San Diago, Cal., beloved husband of Susanna, father of Peter F. , Mrs. Jacob G. Braun, Fred W., Frank J., Mrs. Nicholas J. Bu?lnger, Henry C. , William J., Joseph J., and Leo. Funeral from residence of daughter , Mrs. J. G. Braun, 621 S. Paulina-st., near Harrison-st., Thursday, March 23, 8:45 a.m. sharp, to St. Gregory's church, Bryn Mawr-av., near Clark-st. where solemn high mass will be celebrated 10:30 a.m., thence by carriages to St. Boniface cemetery.
CARLSON -- August Carlson, March 19, 1911, aged 73 years, brother of Frederick Carlson. Funeral Thursday at 1:30 p.m. from his late residence, 1125 Townsend-st. to the Swedish M.E. church, corner of Oak and Orleans-sts., at 2 p.m. Interment at Graceland.
DEXTER -- Elmer E. Dexter, at Pensacola, Florida, March 18, aged 50 years, beloved husband of Elizabeth Dexter. Funeral at 1:30 Wednesday, March 22, at East Grove, Ill.
EVANS -- Thomas Evans, born Dec. 9, 1824, March 19, 1911, at the home of his daughter Mrs. W. K. Patrick at Swift, Ill. Funeral Thursday, March 23, 2 p.m., at Swift, Ill. Interment Lombard, Ill.
FITZ SIMONS -- Augusta R. Fitz Simons, widow of the late Gen. Charles Fitz Simons, entered into rest at her residence, 122 Ashland-blvd. Services at her late residence at 2 o'clock p.m., Wednesday, March 22, 1911.
NOONAN -- Jeremiah Noonan, March 20, 1911, at residence of bereaved family, 2112 Sheffield-av. Funeral Wednesday, March 22, at 9;30 a.m. to St. Vincent's church, where mass will be celebrated, carriages to Calvary.
O'DEA -- Mary O'DEA, beloved wife of Michael O'Dea, mother of Mrs M. O'Donnell and sister of Mrs. George Billings. Funeral Tuesday, March 21 at 9:30 a.m. from her late residence, 6328 Magnolia-av, to St. ??ta's church, where high mass will be celebrated. Carraiges to Calvary.
OHLUND -- Fred C. Ohlund, beloved son of Mrs. Nellie Ohlund and late PeterOhlund, brother of Louise and nephew of John Nelson. Funeral from late residence, 1747 W. Huron-st., Wednesday at 1 p.m. to Graceland. Member of Union Park Lodge, A. F. & A. M. , and York Chapter, R. A. M.
OLMSTEAD --Mrs. Adelaide M. Olmstead, wife of the late Charles Kingsley Olmsted, at Hinsdale, March 18. Funeral at Grace Church, Hinsdale, March 22, 11 a.m., by carraiges to Arlington cemetery.
O'MALLEY -- Dr. T. F. O'Malley, March 19, at 3??? Jackson-blvd., member of Shamrock court No. 1671, C. O. F. , Illinois council No. 3?? K. of C. , Irish Fellowship cluim, and A. O. H. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 p.m. to Our Lady of S?????? church, where solomn requiem mass will be celebrated, thence by carraige to Mount Carmel.
PERKINS -- Thomas P. Perkins, March 20, 1911, aged 48 years, beloved husband of Anna Perkins, nee Dohahue, father of Mary, James and Elizabeth Perkins. Funeral Thursday, March 23, 1911, at 9 a.m. from his late residence, 1842 Armitage-av. to Annuciation church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary. Member of Annunciation Court No. 28, C. O. F.
PETERSON -- Mary Peterson, suddenly in her 64th year, mother of Harry E. Peterson of 1017 Ain???e-av. Funeral services from Bentley's chapel, 4525 Evanston-av., Tuesday, March 21, at 11 a.m., Interment Mount Olive.
PODESTA -- P. Louis Podesta, March 19, aged 31, beloved husband of Mrs. (C or G) Podesta, father of John and Linda, brother of Antonio, David, Mrs. Rosa Boggiano, and Mrs. Louisa Borrotti. Funeral from his late residence, 1972 Ogden-av. Wednesday, March 22 at 9:30 a.m. to Church of Assumption, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to special train to Mount Carmel, I. C. railroad. Please omit flowers.
Tribune, March 21, 1911 - page 11 (partial listing)
PRAGER -- Max Prager, beloved husband of Josephine, nee MEYER, brother of Eugene and O?car Prager. Funeral services Wednesday at 8 a.m. at 5722 Carpenter-st., thence by carriages to Northwestern depot; by cars to Manitowoc, Wis. Member of Electric Tent No. 50, K. O. T. M. and Social Council No. 35, Royal League.
PRATT -- Mrs. Caroline E. Pratt, Services from her late residence, 1616 Greenleaf-av., Rogers Park, at 3:30 p.m., Tuesday. Interment ?as?
PRICE -- Sarah Price, aged 79 years, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. James VANCE, 4237 W. Park-av., beloved mother of Mrs. James VANCE and Mrs. Mary McROBERTS. Funeral from late residence, Tuesday, March 21, at 1 p.m.. Burial Rosehill.
RATTY -- John Ratty, beloved husband of Ella Ratty, nee FEIGHTERY. Funeral on Wednesday at 10 a.m. from late residence, 1855 Kenmore-av., to Our Lady of Lourdes church, where solemn requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment at Calvary. Member of McMullen court, No. ?6, C. O. F.
ROCKWELL -- C. B. Rockwell, M. D., March 1?, 1911, aged 69 years, at Pennoyer sanitarium, Kenosha Wis. Funeral from his late residence 5101 Madison-av., Tuesday, March 21, at 2:30 p.m. Interment at Oakwoods cemetery.
ROSSITER -- Harriet Virginia Rossiter, widow of Gilbert Rossiter, at her home in Lake Forest, Monday, March 20, aged 82. Funeral Wednesday, March 22, from family residence at 2 o'clock, Interment at Rosehill.
SAYLES -- Ellen A. Sayles, daughter of Arthur G. and Della W., at Glencoe, Ill, March 20, Funeral 2:30 p.m., Wednesday from late residence. Interment at Rosehill cemetery.
SCHULER -- Charles Schuler, beloved husband of Mrs. Magdalena Schuler, father of Louis, Anna, Charles, Harry, Robert, Fred, and Edward Schuler, 4743 N. Robey-st. Services at Our Lady of Lourdes church, Leland-av. and Ashland-blvd., Wednesday, March 22, 1911, at 10 a.m. Interment at St. Boniface.
THIELBAR -- Frederick John Thielbar, March 20, infant son of Frederick J. and Dorothy Thielbar, at parents' residence, 4100 Washington-blvd. Funeral services March 21, 3 p.m. at late residence. Interment at Peoria, Ill.
WALDIE -- James Waldie, at Jonesboro, Ill., March 19, 1911, beloved husband of Isabella Waldie, nee DICKINSON, father of James, Benjamin, and Hannah Waldie THOMPSON, born Kelso, Scotland, Sept 15, 1857, late cashier of the Royal Insurance Co., residence 816 No. Normal Parkway, Chicago. Funeral 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, March 23, Englewood Presbyterian church, corner Yale-av. and W. 64th-st. Burial Mount Greenwood cemetery.
WATSON -- Carolina Watson, nee ANDERSON, March 18, 1911, beloved wife of D. H. Watson, fond mother of James H. and Agnes H. Watson. Funeral from her late residence 54?0 Frink-st., today at 1:30 p.m. to Swedish Mission church, thence by carrriages to Forest Home.
WHITE -- William G. White, March 20, 1911, brother of Mrs. A. F. JUDGE, Mrs. James McMILLAN, Frances E. White, and the late Charles J. White. Funeral services at St. Malachy's church at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 21, 1911.
FORSYTH --Chauncey A. Forsyth, aged 87 years, March 19, 1911 in Aurora, Ill. Funeral Tuesday, March 21, at Plano, Ill.
FRAZER -- Sinday L. Frazer, beloved husband of Dalsie M. Frazer, father of David H. Frazer, Mrs. Julia RATHMAN, and Sidney L. Frazer, and Mary Grace Frazer. Funeral from 2230 Warren-Av., March 21, at 11 a.m., carraiges to Oak Ridge, Cincinnati, Boston, and out of town papers please copy.
GIBBONS -- James J. Gibbons, March 19, 1911, son of Patrick Gibbons, brother of Patrick, Martin, John, Michael, and Annie Gibbons, and Mrs. Mary ROACH. Funeral Wednesday, March 22, at ??? a.m. from funeral parlors of John Carroll S???, 7?8 Wells-st., to Holy Name cathedral, where high mass will be celebrated. Carraiges to Aurora and Elgin depot, Jackson and Fifth-av; by cars to Mount Carmel. Native of Castlebar, County M?yo, Ireland.
GOLDBERG -- Rosa Goldberg, 74 years, beloved mother of Sam, Philip, Mrs. OSTROWSKY, Mrs. GORDON, and Mrs. ELSENBERG. Funeral from 91? Loomis-st., Tuesday, March 21, 11 a.m. to Western Star, Waldheim.
GRAHAM -- Emmet Graham, beloved son of John and the late Mary Graham, nee BURKE, brother of William J. Graham, Mrs. B. M. McGRATH, and J?nnie Graham. Funeral Wednesday, March 22, at 10 a.m., from late residence, 33?8 W. 61st-st., to St. Nicholas' church, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.
GRASS -- Adolph Grass, beloved husband of Bertha [nee ELKIN], father of Marie, Sam, Rose, Harriet, Carl and Jenette, brother of Isaac and Lena, Funeral from late residence, 880 Milwaukee-av., Thursday, March 23, 11 o'clock, Free Sons' cemetery.
GRIFFITH -- William Griffith, March 20, 1911, age 08 years, late of 1619 Balmoral-av., beloved husband of Barbara H. Griffith, Funeral Wednesday, at 2 p.m., from Western Casket and Undertaking company's chaped, 5216 N. Clark-st. Interment at Graceland.
(The age in newspaper is 08, however this must be an error, and most likely should say 80).
HAMPTON --Joseph E. Hampton, March 19, 1911, aged 34 years, beloved husband of Louise Hampton. Funeral services at Sheldon's undertaking rooms, 912 W. Madison-st., Wednesday, March 22, at 1 p.m. Interment at Waldheim.
HAMMEL -- Mathias Hammel, March 19, aged 69 years at his residence, 8619 Center-av., beloved husband of Minna Hammel. Funeral Wednesday, March 22, at 10 a.m., from his late residence to St. Killian's church. Interment St. Marie cemetery.
HAWORTH -- Bruif Haworth, husband of Eleanor F., nee MALLON, aged 74 years. Funeral Thursday at 2:30 p.m. from late residence, 524 E. 4(5 or 3)th-st., to Oakwoods.
HARTKE -- Marie Frederike Hartke, beloved mother of John B. Hartke, aged 88 years 4 month 5 days, Saturday, March 18. Burial Tuesday, March 21 at 1 p.m., from her son's residence 719 Diversey-parkway; Interment Waldheim cemetery.
HOHMANN -- March 20, Philipina Hohmann, widow of the late Philip Hohmann. Funeral services at residence of her son, John Hohmann, 34? Home-av., Oak Park, Wednesday at 3 o'clock. Burial at Waldheim.
KALLENBACH -- Frederick Kallenbach, March 19, at 637 W. 48-st., beloved husband of Anna, nee PAN?H, father of Frederick, Joseph, William and Rudolph Kallenbach. Mes Anna WEBER, Mrs Pauline QUANT, brother of Mrs. Pauline OSTERLE, William Kallenbach of La Crosse, Wis., H??ty Kallenbach of Boston, and the late Jacob Kallenbach. Funeral Wednesday, at 9 a.m., to St. George's church, thence by carriages to St. Mary's.
LAMB -- Mary I. Lamb, nee McMAHON, March 20, beloved wife of Mathew J. Lamb, fond mother of Raymond, Emmett, Mathew, Phyllis, and Mamie, sister of Mrs. Thomas McGEE of Montello, Wis. Funeral Thursday, at 9 a.m., from her late residence, 3659 Union-av., to Nativity church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.
LARSON -- Kathrine, widow of Peter Larson, 1905 Balmoral-av., aged 65 years 8 month 27 days. Funeral Tuesday, 2:30, from Rosehill chapel.
LEIMBACH -- Helene C. Leimbach, nee REINHARDT, March 19, 1911, beloved wife of C. W. Leimbach and mother of Elsa and Margaret. Funeral 2824 Linden-ct., Chicago, Tuesday, March 21, 10:30 a.m. Interment Rosehill cemetery. La Salle, Ill., papers please copy.
LONG -- Margaret Long, March 19, at 5 p.m., beloved wife of John B. Long and sister of Mrs. W. J. MULLEN, mother of Lillian, Florence and John M. Long. 4542 Indiana-av. Funeral Wednesday, March 22, at 9 a.m. to St. Elizabeth's church, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.
LYONS - Hannah Lyons, beloved mother of William, John, Martin and Michael, Mrs. Mary FOLEY, and Mrs. Julia KEOGH, at her residence, 604 W. Garfield-blvd. Burial at Madison, Wis. Milwaukee and Madison papers please copy.
McCANN -- John Francis McCann, son of Edward and Rose McCann, March 20, in the sixth year of his life. Funeral private, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
McDERMOTT -- John D. McDermott, age 49 years 10 months. March 19, 1911, beloved husband of Theresa, nee McNULTY, father of John, May, Ada, James, and Myrtle, and the late Stella and Edward. Funeral Wednesday, March 22, 1911 at 9 o'clock from his late residence, 8?1 N. Harding-av., to Our Lady of Angels' church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by cvarriages to Calvary. Oswego and Syracuse, N. Y., papers please copy.
MELGES -- Mrs. Ida Melges, nee SCHULZ, beloved wife of August Melges, mother of William and Clara Melges, nee FEEGER, Sunday, March 19, 11 ?.m. Funeral in Delavan, Wis., Wednesday, March 22, 2 p.m.
MILLER -- Gertrude Miller, beloved wife of Frand D., devoted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. CRAVER of Woodstock, Ill., formerly of Waukegan, Ill., and devoted sister of Illa, Charles and Jacob, Mrs. Chas. A. NASH, Mrs. Jas. McCANN, and Mrs. Ernest MARSH, at the hospital of St. Anthony at 2:40 a.m., March 20, 1911, after a short illness. Remains will rest in the parlor
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The following is from a front page article in the Chicago Tribune, dated Monday, March 20, 1911.
25 FIREMEN HURT IN $878,000 FIRE AT BIG WAREHOUSE
Many Leap for Lives and Are Rescued in Spectacular Blaze at Monarch Plant.
SEYFERLICH SAVES BROTHER
Men Encounter Obstacles Similar to Those at the Recent Great Stockyards Disaster.
MILLION POUNDS OF BUTTER LOST
SEVENTY-ONE FIRES IN A DAY.
March 19 was "fire alarm" Sunday. Seventy-one fires were reported in the twenty-four hours of yesterday. Thirty were prairie fires. This makes a record in the fire department that has only been surpassed by the Fourth of July.
A spectacular fire started in Warehouse "B" of the Monarch Refrigeration company plant at 40 East Michigan street yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and burned all night.
A million pounds of butter fed the blames. Floating on the surface of the floods of water poured into the structure, the melted butter presaged a blaze that might remain unquenched for a week.
Loss Is Estimated at $878,000.
Twenty-five firemen were overcome by smoke and ammonia fumes, and another was injured by jumping four floors to escape death. Three fireman who followed him in the leap were but slightly hurt. A falling elevator injured three more fire fighters. One man was blown from the fireboat Graeme Stewart by a nozzle blast and barely saved from drowing.
The loss to building and contents will total $878,000. Of this sum the building and refrigerator machinery were damaged to the extent of $600,000; 1,000,000 pounds of butter at $240,000, and 200,000 pounds of poultry at $28,000. Most of the eggs had been withdrawn fromo the plant, only a few carloads valued at $10,000 being lost in the fire.
Fire walls held the fire to section "B" of the structure, seven stories high, but nearly all the perishable foodstuffs in the warehouse were stored in the burned section.
List of Victims.
Battalion Chief Berton E. FISHER,
Fifth battalion, both legs broken in leap for life; internally injured; taken to Mercy hospital.
Overcome by smoke:
Battalion Chief Arthur R. SEIFERLICH, Second battalion; taken to Passavant hospital
Capt. Joseph LACEY, engine company No. 11; taken to Passavant hospital.
Lieut. George SCHICKA, engine company No. 11; taken to Passavant hospital.
Pipeman August RENKE, engine company No. 11; taken to Passavant hospital.
Pipeman Robert SHOWALTER, engine company No. 11; taken to Passavant hospital.
Pipeman George CALLOW, engine company No. 11; taken to Passavant hospital.
Lieut. Joseph DIKEMAN, engine company No. 13; refused to go to a hospital after being carried from fifth floor by Battalion Chief SEYFERLICH.
Pipemen H.C. RIETZ, engine company 98; taken to the Passavant hospital.
Truckman Paul BENZ, hook and ladder company 3; taken to Passavant hospital.
Pipeman Joseph FEENEY, engine company 13; revived in street.
Men Overcome by Fumes.
Those overcome by smoke and ammonia fumes:
Capt. James MOORE, truck coompany No. 1; taken to Passavant hospital
Capt. Walter POWERS, truck company 6; taken to Passavant hospital.
Lieut. John MACKEY, chauffeur for Chief SEYFERLICH and formerly chauffeur for the late Chief HORAN; rescued by Capt. BURNS of truck company 9; taken to Passavant hospital.
Lieut, Joseph ROACH, engine company 4; revived on street.
Lieut. James DILLON, engine company 10; overcome by smoke and ammonia fumes.
Pipeman Edward NOLAN, engine company No. 13.
Pipeman James DEMPSEY, engine comopany 32.
Pipeman John HAMILTON, engine company 32.
Pipeman Jens PETERSON, engine comopany 21.
Pipeman Ben RAMSAY, engine comopany 21.
Pipeman William O'TOOLE, engine company 21.
Pipeman Edward DOKES, Engine Company 21; taken to Passavant hospital.
Pipeman James McELLIGOTT, Engine Company 4; taken to Passavant hospital.
Pipeman Michael DURKIN, Engine Comopany 104, taken to Passavant hospitan.
Pipeman William SEARLES, Engine Company 104; taken to Passavant hospital.
Saved from drowing:
Pipeman James KELLY, knocked off fireboat Graeme Stewart.
Battalion Chief Hurt in Fall.
The fire started in the fifth story of the warehouse, from crossed electric wires, and doubtless had burned some time before the alarm was turned in.
Eight firemen stationed on the roof of the building had narrow escapes from death when the ammonia storage tanks exploded. Four of them jumped to the roof of an adjoining building four stories below to safety.
Chief FISHER of the Fifth battalion jumped fromt he roof of the Coyne Trade School building, adjoining the warehouse, when the ammonia fumes were blown across the narrow alley.He alighted on the roof of the engine house, sixty feet below, and it is believed that he was fatally injured.
Both legs were broken and he was hurt internally. He was taken to Mercy hospital.
SEYFERLICH Rescues Brother.
Reminiscent of the bravery of the late Fire Chief HORAN, who went ahead of his men to death at the stockyards fire, were the actions of two members of the Chicago department.
Chief Arthur SEYFERLICH of the second battalion was among the first to reach the fire. He was among the first to assist in carrying injured firemen down the fire secapes. After the first trip he dashed back a second time and was overcome by smoke and ammonia. He was rescued by his own brother, Charles L. SEYFERLICH, the fire chief of Chicago.
Lieut. John MACKEY, former chauffeur for the late Chief HORAN, and who was with him on his last fire run, was overcome by smoke and ammonia fumes. He was rescued by Capt. BURNS.
Walls of Warehouse Fall.
Pipeman BURNS of engine company 27 was struck and knocked a distance of fifteen feet by a stream of water being played on the roof of the burning building from the roof of the Coyne school building. The stream was from a "Siamese connection," or two hoses connected with one nozzle.
It struck BURNS with terrific force, rolling him to the edge of the roof. He would have fallen seven stories to the ground if it had not been for the presence of mind of Pipeman Charles RYAN and Martin UHAN, also of engine company 27, who grasped his coat and kept him from rolling over the edge.
After the fire had raged for eight hours the rear walls of the warehouse collapsed down to the fifth story, and only Chief SEYFERLICH's caution to the nozzlemen on the Coyne trade school building adjoining saved their lives, for the falling debris covered the roof of that structure.
Five separate ammonia tanks on the roof exploded at intervals from 9 to 11 o'clock, and these explosions doubtless jarred the seventy feet of rear wall to the fall. Thomas BYRNE, pipeman of engine company No. 13, was on the roof of the Coyne building when the warehouse wall fell and he was saved form death by two companions, who grasped him as he tripped over a section of hose in trying to get away from the falling bricks.
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The Chicago Daily Tribune: Monday, April 28, 1919
TRANSPORTS LAND HUNDREDS OF CHICAGO TROOPS AT TWO PORTS
New York, April 27 -- [Special] --
Nearly 1,000 troops from Illinois were scattered among the 13,000 men from overseas who reached this port today on six transports. Among the 1,000 from Illinois were 350 from Chicago, including a large number of sick and wounded who came in on the Sibony.
The 145th machine gun battalion had many Chicago men in its ranks, as did the 10(?)th signal battalion.
With the 308th ammunition train was Corporal S.K. Chung, native of China, former resident of Chicago, and student at the University of Illinois when the war broke out. He is said to have been the first American doughboy of Chinese birth to reach France. He was gassed in the Argonne, and according to Maj. B.P. Bole, who returned in command of the outfit, he is one of the best soldiers in the A.E.F. and popular with his buddies.
Brothers' Strange Experiences.
Sergeant Porter Gorman and Private Oswald Gorman, brothers living at 230 East Garfield boulevard, Chicago, completed an odd circle of coincidences when they arrived here today in the same compartment of the same ship. The brothers served with the medical detachment of the 26th engineers. They were gassed at almost the same moment in the Argonne, were sent to the same hospital in France and returned home together on the same ship.
Chicago officers who reached here today included:
Paul Carter, Evanston.
Edwin Straw, 818 Hyde Park boulevard.
Selin McArthur, 4724 Drexal boulevard.
Samual Smart, 3945 Lake Park avenue.
Herbert Zimmerman, Oak Park.
John Sharp, 5207 Kimbark avenue.
Marlin C. Moore, 4310 Grand boulevard.
Richard Notter, 626 West Forty-fourth street.
Arthur Smith, 45 East Twenty-fifth street.
Weaver Chamberlin, 704 East One Hundred and Fiftieth place.
Casual marines who reached here today were Privates Daniel Coursey, 300 Linden avenue, Evanston, and Stephen Bolles, 1402 East Sixty-third street.
Sick and Wounded.
Among the sick and wounded Chicago troops who reached here today were:
Edward Kressy, 2223 Thomas -st.
John Vick, 3322 Carroll-av.
Anthony Wojcieszyk, 2500 N. Campbell-av.
William Tarry, 5208 Langly-av.
Julian Pursell, 3127 S. Karlov-av.
Jacob Hastert, 1925 Larchmont-av.
Edward Shapiro, 1601 S. Ridgeway-av.
Stanley Thomas, 1922 W. Chicago-av.
David Mitchell, 3327 Flournoy-st.
George Hanus, 2425 S. Clifton Park-av.
Thomas Clancy, 11358 Edgebrook-av.
Charles Gannon, 1414 Darrow-av., Evanston
Alex Dombowski, 1753 W. 38th-st.
Earl Smith, 6016 Wentworth-av.
Eutha Dean (colored), 2333 Walnut-st.
Reginald Hopkins, 2902 Madison-av.
Joseph Jankowsky, 853 N. Winchester-av.
William Lehr, 336 W. 24th-pl.
George Shannon, 3433 Milwaukee-av.
Ralph Anderson, Oak Park
Edward O'Connell, 6758 S. Halsted-st.
John O'Keefe, 7037 Park-av.
Edward Kepka, 524 S. Crawford-av.
E. Wetzel, 1229 Dickson-st.
Ottis Murphy, 3716 Lexington-st.
Frank Ziegler, 3022 S. Canal-st.
John Jacaiteo, 4546 Fairfield-av.
John Disteldorf, 1450 W. 61st-st.
Aug. Lassen, 4031 N. Campbell-av
Salvatore Maillato, 1042 Grand-av.
Willaim Mosher, 5404 Maryland-av.
George Hotz, 1735 Warren-av.
Dewey Crawley (colored), 5513 Dearborn-at.
Frank Fox, 4331 Cottage Grove-av.
Ralph Harper, 1801W. 21st-st.
Charles Loftus, 1520 Marquette-blvd.
Donato Raino, 1773 Falcon-st.
Henry Sellinger, 4119 Dover-st.
Arthur Hughes, 7139 St. Lawrence-av.
Juline Cohen, 1340 S. Avers-av.
Johnson Smith, 7335 Ellwood-st.
Henry Bach, 7633 Peoria-st.
David Daley, 4455 Wilcox-av.
Fred Peters, 2643 S. Tripp-av.
Abe London, 3011 George-st.
James Lansky, 5143 S. Troy-st.
Henry Gross, 4919 W. 23d-st., Cicero
Willaim Brockman1917 S. 48th-av., Cicero
William Leonard, 1404 W. 72d-st.
Frank Gaffke, 2740 Herndon-st.
Donald Maginnis, 4317 W. Congress-st.
Arthur Johnson, 6338 Laflin-st.
James Dalton, 5911 Indiana-av.
Raymond Harrell, 823 W. 68th-st.
Harry Martens, 8951 Aberdeen-st.
Edward Olson, 3455 Halsted-st.
Giovanni Ciesa, 11432 Watts-av.
Edward Kamick, 462 W. Huron-st.
Philip Sutton, 7344 Langley-av.
Herman Hulbersh, 1752 W. Polk-st.
Edward Morrison, 1022 N. California-av.
Joseph Miller, 3146 W. 15th-st.
George Tsoumas, 840 Wabash-av.
James Prettyman, 4786 N. Sacramento-av.
Walter Kapke, 5129 Cullom-av.
Charles Kellner, 6128 Racine-av.
Thomas Carroll, 1845 W. Grand-av.
James Doyle, 419 N. Central Park-av.
Paul Petraites ---- 23d-pl.
Abe Perry, 11828 Vincennes-av.
Peter Wisner, 117 W. 113th-st.
Philip Folse, 6324 Kenwood-av.
Sigfried Anderson, 5922 Sangamon--st.
Sol Holm, 5018 W. 22d-pl., Cicero
Leon O'Brien,3723 Lowe-av.
Thomas Shirley (colored), 3443 Wabash-av.
John Stewart, 3601 Archer-av.
Phillip Laporte, 11926 Calumet-av.
George Carter, 1958 S. Kedzie-av.
Arthur Almquist, 3309 Osgood-st.
Harold Porter, 1826 Morris-av.
Joseph Rosido, 1833 Union-av.
Charles Miller, 1028 Ashland-av.
In Machine Gun Battalion
Members of the 145th machine gun battalion who arrived today were:
Ferdinand Palm, 1234 Newberry-av.
William Quinn, 655 W. 43d-st.
Henning Lansen, 5004 Waveland-av.
Anthony Agin, 1509 Washburn-av.
Robert Allegiette, 531 N. Morgan-st.
Charles Bink, 5357 N. Ashland-av.
George Bromley, 4901 Pensacola-av.
Charles Burt, 651 N. Ashland-av.
Frank Clark, 2341 Lindal-st.
Andrew Cutler, 1811 W. Division-st.
Walter Geary, 325 Siegel-st.
Edward Fiala, 4934 S. Hermitage-av.
Felix Forpanek, 2536 Thomas-st.
Holger Miller, 721 N. Christiana-st.
James Gabriel, 1746 W. 51st-st.
Michael Gburck, 2200 N. Leavitt-st.
Isadore Graff, 1150 W. 59th-st.
Mike Gursky, 4618 S. Tolman-av.
Julius Nellson, 2932 Wisner-av.
Alfred Hartel, 4114 N. Leavitt-st.
Harry Hereley, 6549 Newgard-av.
Herman Hoffman, 5439 University-av.
Herman Holdey, 2000 Clifton-av.
Arthur Holzapfel, 3713 N. Hermitage-av.
Herbert Holenfeld, 2449 Mofitt-st.
George Kaluka, 4738 Lincoln-st.
Steve Kamenski, 5517 Justine-st.
Oscar Kaplan, 934 Montana-st.
Hubert Kleppe, 3002 Taylor-st.
Friedrick Kolopa, 1647 W. 101st-st.
James Korbel, 1118 S. Wood-st.
Frank Lemanski, 1307 Division-st.
Antonio Lobuf, 1240 Burlington-st.
WWI, Chicago Troops, Continued:
The Chicago Daily Tribune: Monday, April 28, 1919
TRANSPORTS LAND HUNDREDS OF CHICAGO TROOPS AT TWO PORTS
New York, April 27 -- [Special] --
Frank Manikouski, 1444 W. Blackhawk-st.
Joseph Markel, 7822 Die?el-av.
Frank Plevo, 8830 Commercial-av. , (could be 8630 ?)
Edmund Montieu, 1117 Fullerton-av.
James Morton, 1131 1131 Argyle-st.
Andrew Moskwa, 2022 Lyndale-st.
Emil Mueler, 5702 S. Hermitage-av.
John Reittmeyer, 3515 Greenwood-av.
Elmer Olsen, 1113 N. Avers-av.
Walter Osikowicz, 3400 N. Keller-av.
George Peterson, 2016 Roscoe-blvd.
Chris Stind, 1826 N. Keeler-av.
Joseph Pomex, 2094 N. Halsted-st. , (9 might be a 3)
Frank Rebecher, 1629 Orchard-st.
William Ristow, 3046 Clifton-av.
Victor Volin, 2358 Lubeck-st.
George Schmid, 915 Montana-st.
Fred Schramm, 1925 N. Oakley-av.
Ben Shatunas, 3524 S. Hoyne-av.
Joseph Sulda, 2301 S. Albany-av.
Ernest Sunstrum, 926 N. Drake-pl.
Marion Syrek, 6009 W. 12-th-st., Cicero
Stanley Tomczak, 2725 N. Ridgeway-av.
Fred Tyson, 4281 N. Springfield-av.
George Volz, 2603 Lincoln-av.
William Harmon, 6105 Normal-av.
John Watson, 5853 Waveland-av.
Herman Wickboldt, ?217 S. Kostner-st.
Harry Witansky, 4957 S. Ashland-av.
Samuel Paradise, 1613 S. Clifton Park-av.
Arrivals at Newport News.
Newport News, Va., April 27 -- The following Chicago troops returned today on the transports Princess Matoika and Antigone. On the Princess Matoika:
Angelo Maloney, 525 Taylor-st., 346th inf.
James Vincenzo, 331 Trumbull-av.
Thomas V. Hays, 1307 Cornelia-av.
Adolph Hanson, 904 S. Western-av.
Oliver Ruschenberg, ?348 Prairie-av.
James F. Ringrose, Base Hospital 1, 117 N. Karlov-av.
Abraham Schwartz, 2638 Crystal-st, Base Hospital 9.
SICK AND WOUNDED.
Edward Chopp, 6407 S. Bishop-st.
Arndt Christianson, 2338 W. Wolfram-st.
Joseph S. Cigialiski, 4604 S. Rockwell-st.
James W. Connors, 3778 Archer-av.
Peter R?ring, 1624 N. Poaling-st.
Arthur Hodges, 6137 Dorchester-av.
Walter L. Horne, 216 W. 16th-st.
Ring H. Israel, 64 E. 28th-st.
Walter Miller, 61 47th-st.
George Mosley, colored, 4340 State-st.
Tony E. Turner, 214 W. 60th-pl.
On the Antigone were the following:
SICK AND WOUNDED.
Lieut. Frank C. Mortell, 3427 Washington-pl.
Lieut.Augustus Maxwell, 3980 Lake Park.
Lieut. John H. Mash, 2815 Wilcox-st.
Capt. Alexander W. Burke,1635 N. Robey.
Lieut. Howard C. Giddings, 3314 Carroll-av.
110TH SANITARY TRAIN.
Capt. Roy T. Rodaway, 4824 Drake-av.
Victor Ortman, 2736 Herndon-st.
Harvey J. Lennon, Evanston.
Sergt. George B. Bleimes, 5823 W. Superior.
Harold W. McClintock, Oak Park.
Walter S. Ulrich, 2455 Chicago-av.
PIGEON SECTION, 110TH FIELD SIGNAL BATT.
Patrick J. Fearon, 4915 Cottage Grove-av.
Julius T. Spata, 5314 Winona-av.
Arthur C. Bingel, 2708 Julia-ct.
130TH MACHINE GUN BATTALION
Pete Paulius, 4915 W. 30th-st.
Emmet P. Neary, 4315 Emerald-av.
Peter Wacekouski, 4503 S. Wood-st.
Joseph Heldenblut, 3949 Neenah-av.
Albert D. Richardson, 5733 Broadway.
Aloj? Sergott, 2234 Charleston-st.
Steve Georgas, 130? W. 51st-st.
Chicago Tribune, Monday, April 1, 1901
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
Botto, Cecelia, 30; 318 West Monroe-st., March 30.
Conlon, Patrick, 43; 2979 State-st., March 29.
Conrad, Annie, 37; 650 N. Springfield-av., March 29.
Franka, Katie, 29; 35 Ruble-st., March 30.
Halbada, William, 11; 69 14th-pl., March 29.
Schmidt, John, 68; 2513 Wentworth-av., March 29.
Spades, John, 31; 56 Larrabee-st., March 29.
BARON--Tobias, beloved husband of Julia Baron, father of Mrs. L. Ladewich, Lillie, Adolph, and Bertha Baron, aged 68 years, March 30 at 1 a.m. Funeral Monday, April 1, at 1 p.m. sharp from their house, 2811 Indiana-av. Please omit flowers. Graceland.
BARRETT--Mrs. Anne Thornton, at her residence, 426 41st-st., Sunday, March 31. Services at the Holy Angels' Church, Tuesday, at 8:30; Interment at Bloomington, Ill.
BOTTO--Celia, wife of the late Dominick Botto. Funeral from her late residence, 318 W. Monroe-st., Tuesday, April 2, at 10 o'clock, to St. Patrick's Church, thence by carriages to Calvary Cemetery.
COLLINS--March 30, 1901, Aggie Loraine, beloved wife of Sidney H. Collins. Funeral from residence, 2945 Wabash-av., Tuesday, April 2, at 9:30 sharp, to St. James' Church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated. Carriages to Calvary. Funeral private.
COLLCUTT--Sophy Jane Collcutt. March 31, 12:15 a.m., beloved mother of William, Harry, Frank, Sophie, and Edith Collcutt. Funeral Wednesday, April 3, at 1 p.m., Forest Home Cemetery, from late residence, 877 W. Division-st, New York and Detroit papers please copy.
DAVIS--John, aged 67, March 31. Funeral from residence, 4850 Woodlawn-av., Tuesday, April 2, at 3 p.m., to Oakwoods. Burial private.
ERICKSON--March 30, 1901, at parents' residence, 352 E. 24th-st., Marguerite Lorraine, infant daughter of Louis and Elizabeth Erickson, Mrs. O'Brien. Funeral private Monday, April 1.
GREGG--March 30, in Jacksonville, Fla., in the 26th year of his age, Samuel Treat Gregg, only son of the Rev. Dr. Frank M. Gregg. Burial in Forest Home Cemetery, Chicago. See further notice.
HOOVER--Mrs. Catherine W. Hoover, widow of Dr. Z. L. Hoover, March 31, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Fitz-Randolph, 2146 Kenmore-av., Argyle Park. Funeral services at above number at 4 p.m., April 1. Burial at Bloomington, Ill., Tuesday p.m., April 2.
MACGINNIS--Ellenor J., infant daughter of John F. and Rose Asselyn Maginnis, Sunday, March 31, at 500 Seminary-av. Funeral private.
McOSKER--Elizabeth Mellan, wife of Frank L. McOsker, March 31, at 6575 Jackson-av. New York, San Francisco, and Glasgow [Scotland] papers please copy. Funeral Wednesday, April 3, 1901, from Holy Cross Church, by cars to Mount Olivet.
MEYERS--Nellie Meyers, beloved wife of Charles L. Meyers, sister of Richard, Annie, Minnie, and Henry Kruse. Funeral Tuesday, April 2, 1 p.m., from late residence, 52 Beethoven-pl., to St. Paul's Church, Orchard-st. and Kemper-pl, thence to Wunders.
OLSON--March 30, at 473 Grand-av., Marie, beloved wife of Andrew Olson, and sister of Mrs. Bessie Curreil, (or Currell) Peter and John Nelson, aged 36 years. Funeral from late residence Tuesday, April 2, at 1 p.m., to Graceland.
STOREY--Mrs. Huldah Storey, March 31, aged 90 years, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Brayner, 6410 Monroe-av. Funeral Monday at 4 p.m. Interment at Janesville, Wis.
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Wanted--Nures for young boy. Apply 10 a.m. EUGENE LILLIENFELD, 79 Jackson-blvd.
Chicago Tribune, Nov. 16, 1915 (partial lists)
The "holiday shop" of the women of the Congregational church of Winnetka will by opened today in Community house and will continue until tomorrow night. MRS. W. C. BOYDEN in general chairman.
MRS. HARLAN WARD COOLEY will speak on the work of the Chicago Woman's club today at the regular luncheon of the Woman's Association of Commerce at the Auditorium hotel.
The fortnightly meeting of Le Cerole Francais will be held at 2:30 p.m. today in the studios of MISS ANNA MORGAN, in the Fine Arts building. Tea will be served at the close of the program.
COL. G. O. SHIELDS will speak on the preservation of wild life before the Chicago chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution this afternoon in the Fine Arts building. The lecture will be illustrated.
"American Literature During the Revolutionary Period" will be the subject of a talk by MRS. F. E. LAMMERT at the meeting of the Logan Square Literary circle today. MRS. C. R. DUTCHER of 4906 Kenmore avenue will be hostess.
EDWARD D. FRIEDLANDER, chief figure in the Friedlander-Brady company 501 South Green street, manufacturers of knit goods, died last night at 4814 Forrest-ville avenue. He was born in Hungary fifty-eight years ago. Thirty-five years ago he came to Chicago and founded the Friedlander-Brady comopany, of which he was president until this year, when he partly retired and became treasurer. he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Wegener Friedlander.
SARAH ZEARING FOSTER, mother of Gen. D. Jack Foster, died yesterday at the residence of her daugher, Mrs. Charles Philp, 5618 Kenwood avenue. Mrs. Foster was born in Harrisburg, Pa., in 1831, and came to Princeton, Ill., a few years later. She was one of the pioneer settlers of that part of the state.
W. A. TAPRELL died Sunday at his home in Oak Park. He was a partner in the firm of Taprell, Loomis & Co., manufacturers of photographic cards and letter novelties. He was born forty-eight years ago in Bath, Somersetshire, England, and lived in Chicago for the last twenty-eight years.
WILLIAM H. MADDEN died yesterday at 635 Briar place. He was 58 years old and a resident of the Chicago north side all his life. For fifteen years he had been engaged in the realty and brokerage business. He leaves a widow.
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DR. JOHN C. WEBSTER, who came to Chicago in 1867 and began the practice of medicine on the west side, which he continued for more than forty-one years, died yesterday at 5615 Winthrop avenue. He was born in Hopkinston, Mass., April 9, 1843. He is survived by his widow, Elizabeth Doland; two sons, Gerald H. and Harold D., and two daughters, Mrs. William G. Hay and Mrs. Edward C. Thomas.
DR. E. E. EDWARDS died on Nov. 10 at La Belle, Fla. He was well known many years ago in Illinois, having lived in this state from the year 1871 to the year 1885, during which time he was professor at the McKendree college at Lebanon, Ill., and supertendent of the public schools at Olney, Ill. Four sons and one daughter survive him.
AZARIAH BUCK, 87 years old, president of the First National bank of Kankakee and delegate to the convention that nominated Rutherford B. Hayes and also a member of the Thirty-first Illinois general assembly, died yesterday at Her?cher, Ill., of paralysis.
LOUISE E. KIMBALL, for many years
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APPLETON--June Frances Appleton, Nov. 14, 1915, beloved daughter of W. C. and Hattie G. Appleton. Funeral services from late residence, 7151 Luell?-av. Wednesday, Nov. 17, at ? p.m. Interment Oakwoods cemetery.
CANTLON--Margaret Davis Cantlon, aged 29 years, daughter of Mary Davis, niece of William and Lydia Cantlon, fond sister of Mrs. Mattie Kerwer, Mrs. Ella Templeman, Harry, Fred, and Pearl Davis. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m., from late residence, 5// N. Troy-st., by autos to Rosehill.
CHOITZ--Julia Martha Choitz, Nov. 13, 1915, nee Johnson, age 39 years, beloved wife of Herman L. Choitz, mother of Mildred and the late Hazel, daughter of John N. Johnson, sister of Hattie Choitz. Funeral services at the late residence, 14?8 N. Ridgeway-av., at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 16, automobiles to Concordia cemetery.
CLOSMAN--John C. Closman, Nov 13, aged 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Edith Closman, and fond father of Louis J. Harry P. Closman, Mrs. Mary M. Shimmin, and Mrs. Helen E. Watte. Funeral from late residence, 4512 Magnolia-av., Wednesday, Nov. 17. Services at Rosehill chapel, 2 p.m.
DILLON--William S. Dillon, Nov. 14, 1915, beloved husband of the late Mary E., nee Quigley, father of Thomas J., Joseph, and Margaret Dillon, Mrs. Millie A. Prendergast, Mrs. Anna Fash, and Mrs. Rose Pugh. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., from his late home, 4013 Grenshaw-st., to Presentation church, where high mass will be celebrated. Automobiles to Calvary. Member of Father Setter's council No. 1278, K. of C. New York papers please copy.
DUPRE--Frederick ?. (C or O) Dupre, beloved husband of Kittie, nee Hoffman, father of Louis, Val., Harry, and Leroy. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2 p.m., from late home 8054 (or 3954) Jackson-blvd., autos to Forest Home. Utica and Rome [N. Y.] papers copy. Friends wishing seats call 1061 West.
FRIEDLANDER--Edward D. Friedlander of Friedlander-Brady company, aged 58, suddenly, Nov. 15. Funeral notice later.
HOFELD--Solomon A. Hofeld, beloved father of Mrs. Nauda H. Blum, Mrs. Dan Weyl, Mrs. Henry Popper, Mrs. L. M. Dachrach, and Felix S. Hofeld. Funeral Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from chapel, Thirty-fifth and Grand-blvd. Burial Rosehill.
KIMBALL-Louise E. Kimball, Nov. 15, 1915, at her residence, 400 Belmont-av., daughter of the late Edwin and Desdemona Walker. Funeral notice later.
JONES--Charles S. Jones, age 6? years, Sundat at Pistakee lake. Remains at chapel, 4542 Ravenswood-av. Funeral notice later.
LACKMAN--Rose Lackman, beloved daughter of Albert and Lena, age 12 years, Nov, 1?, 11 a.m., sister of Jesse, Ethel, and Bernic?. Funeral Tuesday 2 p.m., private to O. B. A. Waldheim cemetery. Cincinnati [O. I.], Brooklyn [N. Y.], and Tucson [Ariz.] papers please cpy.
LANDAUER--Mrs. Pauline Landauer, beloved mother of Mrs. R. Neuman, Sol, and Helen Landauer, Nov. 15, 1915. Funeral will be held Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m., from her late home, 117 N. Ada-st.
LETZ--Charles Letz, suddenly, Nov. 13, son of the late Jacob and Mary Lenz. Funeral services Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m., at Gracelalnd cemetery chapel.
LUNDQUIST--Augusta Lundquist, Nov. 14, beloved mother of Albert Lundquist, Mrs. Medie Morrison, and grandmother of Dale and Norman Morrison. Funeral from her late residence, 151 Whiting-st, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment, Forest Home.
McCARTHY--Andrew L. McCarthy, beloved husband of Fannie Murray McCarthy, fond brother of John, Daniel, Mr. A. C. McGreagor, Mrs. Kate Campbell, and the late Patrick McCarthy. Native of Parish of File More, of Cahirelveen, (or Cahlrelveen) County Kerry, Ireland. Funeral, Thursday, Nov. 18, at 8:30 a.m., from his late residence, 8935 Escanaba-av., to St. Patrick's church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated, thence by auto to Mount Olivet. Friends wishing seats call Kenwood 1259.
MADDEN--William H. Madden, beloved husband of Mary Madden and brother of Mrs. Maurice O'Connor. Funeral Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., from late residence, 6?5 (685 oor 635) Briar-pl. to Mount Carmel church, where solemn requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment, Calvary cemetery, automobiles.
MELVILLE--Helen Melville, wife of John Melville Sr., at her home, Nov. 14, at 2909 E 81st-st., at the age of 81 years; mother of Mrs. William Erb, Mrs. John Bordolo of Gary, Mrs. George Buxton of Gary, and James, Melville, Los Angeles, and William, John, Alexander, and Robert Melville, Chicago. Funeral Wendesday at 2 p.m., from her late home to Mount Greenwood cemetery, by autos. Detroit papers please copy.
NIEVERGELDER--Ernestine Nievergelder, dearly beloved mother of Mrs. George C. Blish of Chicago and Mrs. Joseph Pinteaux of St. Louis. Funeral Tuesday a.m. at 9. Burial at Calvary cemetery, St. Louis.
PURKEY--Jay F. Purkey, beloved husband of Lillian F. Purkey, Funeral from his late residence, 4212 Greenwood-sv., at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial at Oakwoods.
REEVES--Isabella Reeves, beloved wife of Walter H. Reeves, suddenly Sunday, Nov. 14. Funeral from chapel, Rosehill cemetery. Tuesday, at 12 o'clock noon. London, England, papers please copy.
ROSENTHAL--Herman Rosenthal, beloved husband of Esther, nee Metz, father of Henry, Fanny, Agnes, and Elizabeth. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 10 a.m., from chapel 4649 Prairie-av. By automobiles to Waldheim.
SEARS--Susan Davis Sears, on Nov. 11, at Daytona Beach, Fla., wife of Amos G. Sears and mother of Nathaniel C. Sears. Funeral services at Lake Geneva, Wis., 11 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 18, 1915. Elgin [Ill.] papers please copy.
SMITH--Lillie Corvelyn Smith, Nov. 1?, (13 or 18) wife of William Smith and mother of John Edward Corvelyn. Funeral Tuesday at 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 912 Madison-st., to St. Patrick's church for high mass. Autos to Mount Carmel.
TAPRELL--W. A. Taprell, Nov. 14. Funeral Masonic hall, Oak Park-av. and Lake-st., Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 2:15 p.m. Burial at Forest Home cemetery.
TEMPLE--Mrs. Lucy L. Temple, Nov. 14, 1915, beloved wife of Thomas S. Temple, mother of William B., and Hervert V. Temple. Services Wednesday, 2 p.m., from late residence, 8705 Ellis-av.; burial private, Rosehill.
WEBSTER--Dr. John C. (or O) Webster, aged 7? years, at his residence, 5615 Winthrop-av., Nov. 15, beloved husband of Elizabeth I., and father of Gerald H. of Framinghan ---
(my copy ended here, but it looks like Mrs. Edward B. Thomas, Mn is mentioned on next line)
Chicago Tribune, Sept. 16, 1915 (partial list)
SIR WILLIAM VAN HORNE
BURIED IN JOLIET GRAVE.
Joliet, Ill., Sept. 15--In compliance with the last wish of Sir William Van Horne, multimillionaire Canadian Railroad builder, who died last Saturday in his Montreal home, his body was this morning buried beside the grave of his father and mother in Oakwood cemetery here in the town where as a telegraph messenger boy he began his spectacular career as the builder of the Canadian Pacific railroad.
Two thousand citizens, representative of the old pioneer families of Joliet and Will county, with bared heads greated the arrival of the special train. In a private coach, which was once reserved for the Canadian visit of Queen Victoria, who knighted Van Horne, reposed thebody of the railroad builder and a great mass of floral offerings from scores of railroad officials in the United States and Canada.
Richard B. Van Horne, the son of Sir William; his wife, and B. W. Lynch, former private secretary of the railroad man accompanied the body in two private cars. Lady Van Horne and Adeline, Sir William's only daughter, were unable to come.
MRS. EMILY PLOTKE, aged 72, who died on Tuesday at the Columbus hospital, was the widow of Joseph Plotke. She was a sister-in-law to the late Ald. Nathan Plotke, father of an ordinance passed some years ago to have women remove their hats in theaters. She was born in Germany and came to this country sisty years ago. She leaves a familly of six children, twelve grand children, and one great-grandchild.
ARTHUR WILLIAMS, the comedian, died yesterday in London. He was born in London Dec. 9, 1844, and made his first appearance on the stage in 1851. On the completion of his fifty years upon the stage, in 1911, he had played more than 1,000 parts.
ABBOTT-Arthur H. Abbott of A. H. Abbott & Co., Sept 13, at Atlantic City, N. J.. Burial at Andever, Mass., Thursday, Sept. 16.
BENN--Philomen Benn, widow of Alex Benn and mother of Henry L. Marshall, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1915. Funeral from late residence, 6586 Kimbark-av., Thursday, 10:30 a.m.; interment private.
BIRCH--Charles W. Birch, at his home, 4?22 (4322 or 4822) S. State-st., in his 63d year, beloved husband of Mary Birch, member of Dearborn lodge, A. F. & A. M. and Oriental Con?i?tory and Apollo commandery. Services at his late home on Thursday, Sept. 16, at 10:30 a.m. Interment by train to Oak Hill cemetery.
DIBB--Margaret J. Dibb, beloved wife of the late William H., mother of Harry A. and the late Mabel M. Aughinbaugh. Funeral Friday, Sept. 17, form late residence, ?41 (341 or 841) W. Garfield-blve.; high mass at St. Ann's church at 10 a.m.; by autos to Mount Olivet.
FABBRI--Fabbri, in Venice, Cal. Sept. 10, 1915, widow of the late Charles Fabbri of Chicago. Funeral Friday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m., at Rosehill cemetery.
FINKELSTEIN--Mrs. Sarah Finkelstein, mother of Louis, David, Mandel, Mrs. H. Mendelson and Mrs. N. M. Kiawans (or Klawans). Funeral Thursday, 2 p.m., from late residence, 630 S. Marshfield-av. Please omit flowers.
FINNEGAN--Johanna Finnegan, nee Culbane (not sure could be Culnane, Culhane)beloved wife of Michael, fond mother of Mrs. Frank Kasbohm, Mrs. Thomas E. Moran, Dave and Harold Finnegan. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 18, at 9:30 a.m., from late residence, 3210 Flournoy-st., to Our Lady of Sorrows church; autos to Mt. Carmel, member of Birmingham court No. 166, W. C. O. F., and Married Ladies' Sodality of Lady of Sorrows parish.
FLEMING--Thomas F. Fleming, Sept. 13, 1915, at his residence, 6549 Emerald-av., beloved husband of Mary and father of Thomas F., Mrs. Frank Kreger, Bessie, James, Mrs. E. Norman, Joseph, John, and Annie. Member of Palace council No. 39, Royal League. Funeral Thursday, Sept. 16, 2 p.m. Interment at Mount Greenwood.
LOUKS--Alonzo L. Loucks, beloved husband of Evelyn R., nee Hesser, and father of James H. and Robert L. and Mrs. Oscar L. Hyatt, departed in his 78th year. Funeral services from late residence, 71 W. Hickory st., Chicago Heights, Ill. Burial at Bristol Station, Ill., Sept. 17. St. Louis, Mo., and Louisiana, Mo., papers please copy.
McKEY--Fannie McKey, beloved wife of Ambrose A. McKey. Funeral from late residence, 5956 Princeton-av., Friday, Sept. 17, at 10:?0 a.m. Interment Mount Greenwood.
MORRIS--Joseph Morris, aged 76 years, husband of Tina Morris, at the Home for Aged Jews, 6140 Drexel-blvd., Tuesday, Sept. 14. Funeral from the home Thursday, Sept. 16, at 1 p.m., to Waldheim cemetery.
MEYER--Christian W. Meyer, beloved husband of Clara Meyer, nee Wagner, of ?3? Desplaines-av., Forest Park, Ill., passed away Sept. 14, at Oakland, Cal. Funeral notice later.
MOREY--Margaret Katryn Morey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Morey, 2668 E. 74th-st. Chicago, Sept. 10, 1915, age 6 years 3 months. Burial at Racine, Wis. Racine, Wis., papers please copy.
MURRAY--Archie Murray Jr., son of Archie and Agnes Murray, 5812 Ada-st. Funeral Thursday, 2 p.m., to Oakwoods.
NIHILL, Simon Nihill, beloved son of the late Simon and Ellen, brother of John and Thomas and the late Michael, Bridget, William, and Timothy. Funeral Friday at 9 a.m. from his brother's residence, 4182 W. Harrison-st., to St. Mel's church.church, where high mass will be celebrated, by autos to Mt. Carmel.
PLOTKE-- Mrs. Emily Plotke, Sept. 14, 1915, at Columbus hospital, aged 72 years, mother of Charles and Isaac Plotke, Mrs. Hannah Marx, Mrs. Minnie Rector, Mrs. Libbie Greenberg, and Sadie Plotke. She will be buried from chapel, 356 E. ?5th-st., Friday at 9 o'clock a.m., to Graceland cemetery. St. Louis papers please copy.
POND--Oriental Consistory, S. P. R. S. The funeral of the late Henry Harrison Pond, 83d degree, past commander in chief, will be held from the residence, 4243 Langley-av., Friday, Sept. 17, at 1 o'clock p.m.
GEORGE W. M FATRICH, 83d degree, Com. in Chief. C. S. GURNEY, 83d degree, Secretary.
SCHULTZ--Charles Schultz, 68 years old; Sept. 14, 1915; beloved husband of Martha Schulta, and father of Charles Schultz Jr, and Mrs. Olga Huber; step-father of Carl Disher. Funeral from his late residence, 500 Oakwood-blvd., Friday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m.; by autos to Graceland cemetery.
SHEEHY--John Sheehy, beloved husband of Margaret, father of Ella, John, Josephine, and Mrs. Clancy. Funeral Thursday at ? a.m. from late residence, 5?85 May-st., to Visitation church. Automobiles to Mount Olivet.
SHISSLER--Louis Shissler, on Sept. 13 at Mercy hospital in his eighty-third year, beloved father of Mrs. Oliver Phelps and miss Valeria Penro?e Shissler of Detroit. Interment at Detroit.
Chicago Tribune, October 3, 1903
Alexander Deets, Erina K. Klein...35-20
Edward J. Kehoe, Katherine Lancaster...24-25
John C. Macdougall, Edna M. Quackenbush...30-22
Moses Kahn, Sarah Katzof...29-19
Nels A. Nordstrom, Esther C. Swenson...26-21
Carl Henning, Therese Scocks...27-24
Robert E. Gain, Eugenia Reid...23-29
Martin F. Schram, Della Thompson...22-19
Joseph Eckert, Emilie Lange...38-28
Jerry F. Smith, Dorene Bryan...24-21
Leo Baechtold, Leuriette Bauer...22-21
Eugene R. Willard, Bess De Land Wing...31-21
Wincentys Stroczynski, Rozilia Bartosiewicz...26-28
Anton Nassyutis, Anna Jakajtes...28-18
Michael Popelyas, Lizzie Hodul...36-28
Derk Hoffman, Jennie Tolsma...25-20
Richard Werner, Bertha Miller...34-23
James V. Vrba, Mary Picalek...23-19
Joseph Dvorak, Mary Vesely...22-19
Martin Kramer, Elizabeth Mathy...26-20
Jan Fosnez, Franciszka Baul...28-23
Thomas M. Phillips, Pearle B. Shronge...26-25
Elick Steinensen, Lena Andrews...33-26
August Beutler, Annie Wenzel...23-21
Frank Rawson Crandall, Adeline Sterling...37-27
Julius Rosenthal, Ray Froazinski...33-27
Frank A. Gilmore, Minnie E. Rennock...23-26
Libario Inserra, Theresa Ciomei...21-18
Ralph Collins, Wilda Ward..24-23
Benjamin H. Baughman, Tena A. Messner...29-29
John L. Turney, Etta V. McDonald...25-19
Eddie Gillett, Alma Rohden...18-17
Arthur Daignault, Domitile Rambeau...45-32
John Barry, Ellan E. Hearn...23-18
Axel Ekstrom, Nora Orn...24-21
Patrick C. Gavin, Katherine Harretty...35-35
Michael Scully, Kate Murphy...28-28
Jessie E. Mahaffey, Amanda Larsen...27-24
William Shultz, Lillie Voye...26-24
Frank E. Becker, Alice Pearson...28-24
Charles Glandt, Josephine Warsewska...26-22
James A. C. McLean, Rosa Zahnd...29-22
Abraham Shelensky, Anna Steinke...22-19
William Shoila (or possibly Sholla), Mamie McDonough...23-20
Fred Muller, Paulina Weyer...28-22
Benjamin H. Brown, Fannie Smith...34-23
Paul J. Wester, Elise Pederson...33-19
Peter Johnson, Jessie Simons...27-?6 (looks like it might be 16)
Albert James Sims, Maud Robertson...21-18
Hugh Caliery, Hattie Calirg...26-22
FOGARTY--William, husband of Susan Fogarty, aged 47 years. Funeral from 425 W. Ohio-st., Oct. 4, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Columbkill's church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
FLYNN--B., wife of Edward Flynn, aged 2? (26 or 28) years. Funeral from 637 W. Erie-st., notice later.
FAVA--Natle, husband of the late Anna Fava, 2500 LaSalle-st., Oct 1. Funeral Oct. 4, at 8:30 a.m., to Church of Maria Incoronata, 20th-st., thence to Mount Carmel cemetery, 12 m (the rest unreadably)
GAUGHAN--Oct. 1, aged 13 years, Sarah, daughter of Henry and Bridget Gaughan. Funeral from 116 Locust-st., Sunday, at 11 a.m., by cars to Mount Carmel.
GRUMMITT--John, husband of Margaret, Oct. 1, aged 63 years. Funeral Oct. 3 at 1 o'clock from 18 W. 20th-st., by carriages to St. Boniface.
GOTTERDAM--Mathilda Wavhe (or possibly Weyhe), wife of A. J. Gotterdam, at Passavant hospital Oct. 2. Funeral notice later.
GILBERT--Oct. 1, 1903, Joe L., aged 24 years, Funeral Sunday, Oct. 4, at 1 p.m., from late residence, 1110 Grenshaw-st., by carriages to Rosehill.
GUESS--Ellen, daughter of Dennis and Sarah Guess. Funeral Oct. 4 ,at 10 a.m., from 4957 Wallace-st., by train to Mount Olivet.
GOURLEY--John, suddenly, Sept. 30, 1903, aged ?8 (could be 48 or 18) years. Funeral from residence, 5517 Iowa-st., Austin, Saturday, Oct. 3, at 1 o'clock, to Forest Home.
HEMSTREET--William J., at his residence, 902 Jackson-blvd., Oct. 1, late lieutenant company G, 179th New York infantry, and member of Geo. H. Thomas Post No. 5, department of Illinois, Grand Army of the Republic. Funeral from his late residence Sunday, Oct. 4, at 1 o'clock p.m. Services conducted by Geo. H. Thomas post. Interment at Rosehill.
HOOKER, Oct. 1, Oscar L. Hooker, aged 36 years. Funeral from 8782 S. Wood-st., Saturday, 2:30 p.m., to Oakwoods.
HOYT--Mrs. Alice M., wife of B. ?. (possibly P or I.) Hoyt, 2928 Cottage Grove-av., at St. Ann's sanitarium, Oct. 1. Funeral at Quinn chapel, Oct. 3, at 11 o'clock, the Rev. A. J. Cary officiating, Oakwoods.
KINDORP--Charles E., will be carried from St. Boniface vault and placed in family lot Oct. 4, 3 p.m.
KISSANE--Thomas, aged 4 years. Funeral Oct. 1 at 11 a.m., from 2169 Grenshaw-av., by carriages to Mount Carmel.
LUNDBERG--Annie Matilda, wife of Gustav Lundberg, at 942 W. 20th-st., Oct. 1, aged 46 years. Funeral Oct. 3, at 10 a.m., from Swedish Free Massionary church, 832 W. 22d-pl.
MUENCHHAUSEN--August, aged 82 years. Funeral Sunday, at 1 p.m., from 515 W. Chicago-av, to Graceland.
McCANN--Rebecca, wife of Daniel McCann, at ?40 (possibly 840 or 340) E. ?d-st. Funeral Saturday, from Holy Cross church, by carriages to Mount Olivet.
McTIGUE--Oct. 1, at 1518 W. 67th-st., Patrick, husband of Kate, aged 37 years. Funeral Oct. 4, at 9 a.m., to Church of St. Bernice, by carriages to Mount Olivet.
MITCHELL--Ernie, daughter of Charles and Nettie Mitchell, Oct. 2, aged 20 years. Funeral from 411 N. Robey-st., Oct. 4, at 1:30 p.m.
MORAN--John, Oct. 1, husband of Sarah Moran. Funeral Sunday, 9 a.m., from 2043 Armitage-av., to St. Genevieve's church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
McCOMBER--The funeral of the late Walter J. McComber, deferred from Friday, will take place Saturday at 10 o'clock, from 63 Cass-st., to Holy Name cathedral, thence by carriages to Calvary.
M'INTYRE--Miss Kathryn, nurse at Hahnemann hospital, Sept. 30, 1903, aged 29. Funeral from Boydston, undertakers. Saturday, Oct. 3, at 10 a.m. Beatrice, Kas., papers copy. Friends and relatives invited.
O'BRIEN--Michael, husband of Lizzie O'Brien. Funeral Oct. 3 at 9:30 a.m. from 97 Hastings-st. to Holy Family church, thence by carriage to Calvary.
O'HEARNE--Officer John O'Hearne, late of 1018 W. 53d-st. Will be buried from vault at Mount Olivet, Oct. 3, at 1 p.m.
PEIL--Leonard, aged 73, husband of the late Maria Peil. Funeral from 661 N. Humboldt-st., Sunday, 1:30 p.m., to Rosehill.
ROSS-Frank, 18 years, Sept. 30, 6 p.m., 2973 State-st. Burial notice later.
RHODES--Rebecca Clark, wife of John Rhodes, deceased, mother of E. Henry of Albany, Ore., John Edwin, M. D., and Mrs. Florence Eila Roach of Chicago, and Mrs. M. A. Myers of Hinsdale, Ill.Oct. 2, 1903, aged 88 years 4 month 14 days. Funeral from late residence, 449 Dayton-st, Chi-
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Johann MARTEN married Catharina BANTES
Sept. 29, 1853
St John the Baptist Catholic Church
Johnsburg, IL (McHenry County)
MARTIN, Elisabeth, b. 22 Sept 1855
MARTIN, Joseph, b. 11 Apr 1858
MARTIN, Antonette, b. 18 Jan 1862
and also Mary, b. 1860 (can't find birth record - Church missing 3 months of records)
Dorr Township (McHenry County-Woodstock, IL)
MARTIN, John 42, Brewer, GER
Catherine, 25, GER
Mary, 6, IL
Elizabeth, 5, IL
Michael, 4, IL
Joseph, 3, IL
Mary, 7 months, IL
also living with this family:
FULTON, William, 14, ENG
McHenry Township (McHenry County, IL)
BANTUS, Stephen, 45 Farmer, GER
Anonetti, 38, GER
John, 22, Farmer, GER
From the records of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Johnsburg, McHenry County, Illinois
parents: Stephen FREUND & Maria Catharina BANTES
daughter: Maria Catharina FREUND, b. 24 Nov 1853
parents: Stephen FREUND & Maria BANTES
son: Johann Josef FREUND, b. 5 Dec 1853
parents: Johann MARTIN & Catharina BANTES
daughter: Elizabeth MARTIN, b. 22 Sept 1855
parents: Stephan FREUND & Maria Catharina BANTES
daughter: Catharina FREUND, b. 16 Oct 1855
parents: Johann MADEN & Catharina BANTES
son: Nicolaus MADEN, b. 15 Oct 1856
parents: Johann BANTES & Anna Maria SCHMITZ
daughter: Margaretha BANTES, b. 8 Feb 1857
parents: Stephan SCHMITT & Maria Catharina BANTES
son: Johann Peter SCHMITT, b. 17 July 1857
parents: Johann MARTIN & Catharina BANTES
son: Joseph MARTIN, b. 11 Apr 1858
parents: George KRIWELL (Lutheran) & Anna Maria BANTES
daughter: Margaretha Catharina KRIWEL, b. 24 Apr 1859
parents: Stephan SCHMITT & Anna Catharina BANTES
son: Leonard SCHMITT, b. 5 Oct 1859
parents: Stephan SCHMITT & Anna Catharina BANTES
son: Leonard SCHMITT, b. 17 Feb 1861
parents: Stephan SCHMITT & Anna Catharina BANTES
son: Johann SCHMITT, b. 17 Feb. 1861
parents: Stephan FREUND & Maria Catharina BANDERS (BANTES ?)
son: Nicolaus FREUND, b. 21 Mar 1861
parents: Johann MARTEN & Catharina BANTES
daughter: Antonette, b. 18 Jan 1862
parents: Stephan SCHMITT & Catharina BANTES
daughter: Maria SCHMITT, b. 1 Jun 1863
parents: Stephan FREUND & Catharina BANTES
daughter: Josephina FREUND, b. 7 Mar 1864
parents: Martin MARTENS & Catharina BANTES
son: Matthias MARTENS, b. 26 Apr 1864
parents: Stephan SCHMITT & Catharina BANTES
son: Johann Bernard SCHMITT, b. 12 Oct 1864
parents: Johann Peter SCHMIDT & Anna Catharina BANTES
son: Stephan SCHMIDT,
and Stephan SCHMIDT's daughter is: Anna Maria SCHMIDT, 15 Feb 1867