1913 Obituaries: November 15

The following appeared on page 19 of the November 15, 1913 issue of the Chicago Daily News;

“City Brevities

Investigation was begun to-day into the death of Mrs. Agnes Lewis. 30 years old, a patient at the Chicago state hospital for the insane since May 18, 1911, who died there yesterday. About a month ago she was attacked by Miss Antonio Machian, 35 years old, a violent patient who slept in the same ward with her. Dr. H.J. Smith of the
hospital staff said that he thought Mrs. Lewis’ death due to general paralysis, but because of the bruises on her body he had reported the death to the coroner for investigation.

Julius Liebold, a watchman for the McLaughlin Building Material company, North Cicero and Sunnyside avenues, engaged in a running revolver battle with two supposed robbers early to-day and believes he wounded one of them. Both escaped.

Three automobile bandits entered the saloon of George F. Miller at 2858 West Taylor street shortly before 10 o’clock last night, bought drinks for the bartender, John Marshall, and two patrons, then drew revolvers, and after robbing those in the place rifled the cash register of $35 and checks worth $300. The robbers then locked all three men in the basement of the saloon and went into the café, where they surprised Arthur Brown, 1312 South Fairfield avenue, and a young woman. Brown was forced to give up $3 and the woman was robbed of a diamond ring, which she said was worth $100.

Roy Shields, 26 years old, who was sought following the shooting of Charles Cameron and William Gradt at a meeting of district council No. 14, Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers’ union, in a hall at 20 West Randolph street Thursday night, was arrested by Detective Timothy McGuire of the Englewood police station last night at West 63d and Bishop streets.

Anthony Pulerkin, 27 years old, a painter of Harvey, Ill., was struck and killed by a suburban train on the Illinois Central railroad near 115th street to-day. He was trying to cross the tracks and failed to hear or see the train.”

“Obituary.
CLARENCE W. KNISELY, president of the Audit Company of Illinois, died yesterday afternoon in his home, 502 E. 50th
place, of acute nephritis after a week’s illness. Mr. Knisely was a resident of Chicago for twenty years. He was 51 years old. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Knisely, and two daughters, Barbara and Margaret, 6 and 3 years old respectively. Funeral services will be held at the home Monday with burial in Mount Hope cemetery.

DAVID D. COHEN, who under the pen name of Daniel D. Carter wrote “The Master Mind” and other plays, died Thursday at a hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y. Before his plays gained a market he was a traveling salesman. He was 41 years old, a native of Selma, Ala., and for some time a resident of St. Paul, Minn.

STEPHEN BULL, SR., aged 91, one of the founders of the J. I. Case T. M. company at Racine, Wis., died at 4 o’clock this morning. He was born in Cayuga County, New York, in 1822, and came to Racine in 1845. When the J. I. Case company was organized in 1880, Mr. Bull became vice-president and general manager. Later, at the death of J. I. Case, he became president of the establishment. He remained at it’s head until 1897, when he retired in favor of his son, Frank K. Bull. WILLIAM W. SMITH, who made a fortune in the confectionery business and spent
most of it in philanthropic gifts, died to-day in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. He was 85 years old.

From the November 15, 1913 issue of the Chicago Daily News, page 20;

IN MEMORIAM:

“CONROY-In sad and loving remembrance of our dear wife and mother, MRS. MARY CONROY, who died one year ago to-day, Nov. 15, 1912.
We mourn for you, dear mother,
No, not with outward show,
For the heart that mourns sincerely
Mourns solemnly and low.
FROM HUSBAND AND FAMILY.”

“HART-FLORENCE EVELYN. In loving memory of our darling, who crossed the great divide into the silent land one year ago to-day, age 2 years 7 months.
Christmas again and the world will rejoice,
Nevermore now will her rapture find voice.
Christmas again and children will sing,
Carols of shepherds and wise men and king,
Babe and the manger and Mary so mild,
Mary, we plead for our own little child,
Since her dear days we no longer may share,
Safe with thine own, fold her close in thy care.
MAMMA, BABY SIS, DADDY.”

“HORWICH-Sunday, 16th, monument will be erected, Waldheim cemetery to memory of DAVID HORWICH. Friends and relatives, please attend.”

“HEILBRON-Sunday, Nov. 16, 3 p.m., weather permitting, monument will be erected Rosehill cemetery to memory of PAULINA HEILBRON. Friends and relatives please attend.”

“MILLER-In sad but sweet remembrance of our darling, RUTH, who died one year ago to-day, Nov. 15, 1912. Her little chair is empty, her playthings laid aside, loving hearts are breaking for our little doll that died. FROM LONESOME FATHER, MOTHER AND SISTER VIOLA.”

“MANASSE-HANNAH MANASSE. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear mother and grandmother, who departed this life one year ago to-day, Nov. 15, 1912. May her soul rest in peace. DAUGHTER, IDA SALINGER; GRANDCHILDREN, ALVA AND
PHILIP SALINGER.”

“MANASSE-HANNAH MANASSE. In memory of our dearly beloved mother, who departed from her son and daughter one year ago to-day, Nov. 15, 1912. Gone but not forgotten. HER LOVING CHILDREN, JOE AND ROSE.”

“UTES-JOACHIM; in loving remembrance of our dear father who passed away one year ago to-day, Nov. 15, 1912. May he rest in peace. His loving children, CHARLEY AND LIZZIE.”

DEATHS.

“AVERY-Isabelle (nee Rochford), beloved wife of Louis, fond mother of Elizabeth, Lucille, Jessie [or Jennie], Inzle [or Inzie] and Louis Avery, Jr. Funeral from late residence, 3604 LaSalle-st., Monday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., to Nativity church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to 40th and Halsted-st. depot by train to Mount
Olivet. Please omit flowers.”

“ALLEN-Ethel, age 24 years, beloved wife of Lovel E. Allen and sister of Lola, Alice and Sidney. Funeral from late residence, 3302 W. Park-av., Monday, Nov. 17, 1 p.m., by autos to Oakridge.”

“BEATH-Robert Brown, aged 62 years, beloved husband of Emma A. (nee [Heloomin?]), father of Frank B. Beath, Oak Park, Ill., and Maud A. Hubbard, Knoxville, Tenn. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m., from the son’s home, 532 S.
Euclid-av., Oak Park, Ill., burial Forest Home cemetery. Cleveland (O.) and Detroit (Mich.) papers please copy.”

“BENSON-Mary, Nov. 14, 1913, beloved wife of James J. Benson, sister of James and Michael Shaughnessy and Mrs. Bridget Monahan. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., from her late residence, 1290 Congress-st., to St. Patrick’s church, thence by carriages to cemetery.”

“BLUHM-Otto, age 60, beloved husband of Mathilde and father of William, Hulda, Emma, Anna, Otto Jr., and Walter. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 1 p.m., from late residence, 1609 [?] N. Robey-st., to St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran church by automobiles to Concordia.”

“BORNEMAN-Nicholas, beloved son of Carl and Elizabeth Borneman, brother of Helen, aged 12 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 11:30 a.m., from residence, 1614 W. 50th -st., to 49th and Ashland-av. depot, by train to Mount Greenwood.”

“BJORNESTAD-Alfred, Nov. 13, 1913, aged 32 years, accidentally, beloved husband of [illegible] and father of Stanley, Russell and Alfred. Funeral from late residence, 2701 Drake-av., Sunday, at 1 p.m., by carriages to Mount Olive.”

“BLOMGREN-Richard, Nov. 14., aged 71 years, beloved husband of Mary Blomgren, 1456 Summerdale-av., Funeral Sunday from late residence at 2p.m., Messiah church, at 3 p.m., by auto to Graceland.”

“CASEY-Ann (nee Waldron), beloved wife of the late Thomas Casey, fond mother of Mrs. W. McHugh, Mrs. B. Kilty, Mrs. J. O’Hare, John and Patrick Casey, and the late Thomas Casey. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., from her daughter’s residence, 3800 Wallace-st., to Nativity church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by
carriages to Mount Olivet; member of Unity court, No. 600[?], W.C.O.F. Members will kindly meet Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the above member’s residence.”

“CROWLEY-Mary Crowley (nee Brennan), beloved wife of Dennis J., fond daughter of Mrs. Mary and the late Patrick Brennan and sister of John, Patrick and Bridget Brennan. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., from her mother’s residence, 539 Gunderson-av., Oak Park, to Church of the Ascension, for high mass, automobiles to Calvary.”

“CARVIN-Frank, Nov. 15, beloved son of the late John and Bridget (nee Sheehy), brother of Mrs. Walter Vatter, Mrs. George Monarque, Jr., LeRoy Carvin. Remains at McInerney’s undertaking parlors, 1143 W. Garfield-bd. Funeral notice later.”

“CROSBY-James, beloved husband of Mary Crosby (nee Ludington), father of Louise, William, John, Charles and Albert, age 78 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 2 o’clock, from late residence, 4438 Van Buren-st., to Forest Home cemetery.”

“CONKLIN-Chas. A., passed away Nov. 12, 1913, beloved brother of Mrs. Helen Collins and Mrs. Jane Ormsby of Chicago. Funeral from his late residence, 750 E. 42d-st., Sunday, Nov. 16, at 10 a.m., thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.”

“CHAPMAN-Frank W., Nov. 12. Funeral services in charge of George H. Thomas post No. 5, G.A.R., Sunday, Nov. 16, 3 p.m., Rosehill cemetery chapel. Private services at late residence, 1 p.m.”

“COLDITZ-Jennie (nee Golthia), aged 54 years 5 months 13 days, beloved wife of W. D. Colditz. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m., from Chas. Burmeister chapel, 1424 Larrabee, to Montrose cemetery.”

“DISTELDORF-Nicholas, Nov. 14, 1913, age 43 years, beloved husband of Christina Disteldorf (nee Kl[illegible]), father of John, Nick and Marie Disteldorf, brother of John Lambert. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a.m., from late residence, 1450 W. 61st -st, near Ashland-av., to St. Raphael’s church, where high mass will be celebrated,
thence by carriages to St. Mary’s cemetery. Member of St. Peter’s court No. 26, C.O.F., and Luxemburger brotherhood, section No. 45.”

“DHONT-Henry, beloved husband of Johanna Dhont (nee Peters), father of Joseph and Leo. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, from his late residence, 1230 School-st., at 9:30 a.m., to St. John Berchman’s church, thence to St. Joseph cemetery.”

“DAUL-August F., Nov. 12, 1913, at his residence, 7346 Yale-av., son of Lena Daul. Funeral Sunday, 2 p.m., by automobiles to Mount Hope.”

“ELENZ-Michael, Nov. 13, age 56 years, beloved husband of Mary Elenz (nee Jacobs), and father of Father Adam Elenz, C. S. S. R., and Peter, Angela and Anna. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 8:30 a.m., from late residence, 3149 Southport-av., to St. Alphonsus’ church, thence to St. Boniface cemetery.”

“ELBERG-Theo, born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct. 9, 1840, died at Danish Old People’s home in Norwood Park, Nov. 9. Will be buried Sunday, at 12:30, from Undertaker Christ Nelson’s chapel, 3315 Fullerton-av., to Norwood Park cemetery.”

“EGGERT-Bertha, beloved daughter of Louis and Eliza (nee Schmidt), sister of Ernest, sister-in-law of Fannie Eggert, age 23 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 1 p.m., from residence, 1651 S. Homan-av., to Waldheim cemetery.”
“ECKLAND-O. Funeral Sunday, 2 p.m., from Peterson Bros.’ chapel, 2259 W. 22d-st., to Forest Home.”

“FRAENKEL-William, 66 years old, of Allegan, Mich., formerly of Downers Grove, Ill., Thursday, at his home. His widow and three daughters, Mrs. R. J. Darnley of Downers Grove, Mrs. Charles Kemmer and Thelma Fraenkel of Allegan survive him.”

“FLEISCHHAUER-Henry, Sr., Nov. 14, 1913, age 72 years 6 months, husband of the late Anna, father of Henry G. Fleischhauer, Bertha Alt and Emma Spafford and the late Lizzie Alt and Anna Miller. Funeral from son’s residence, Henry G. Fleischhauer, 1504 Larrabee-st, Monday, Nov. 17, at 2 p.m., to St. Boniface.”

“FALLENTINE-Thure, late of 4954 N. Claremont-av., Nov. 14, aged 23 years, beloved son of Wilhelmina Fallentine, brother of Gerda, Arvid and Carl Fallentine and Mrs. Ernest Lunquist. Funeral Sunday, 2 p.m., from Hultin’s chapel, 3176 N. Clark-st., burial at Mount Olive; member of Brage lodge, No. 2, I.O.V.”

“FRANKLIN-Alice Marie, beloved daughter of Dennis and Mary Tully Franklin. Funeral Sunday, 10 a.m., from late residence, 1323 Gilpin-pl, burial at Mount Carmel.”

“GREENSFELDER- Isaac Greensfelder, Nov. 14, 1913, at Michael Reese hospital, aged 86 years, husband of Amalia Greensfelder and father of Nathan, Louis, Adolph, Thekla, Rosalie and R[illegible] Greenfelder. Funeral service at Sinai Temple, Grand-bd., and 40th -st., Sunday, Nov. 16, 1913, at nine o’clock a.m., thence by automobiles to Rosehill cemetery. Please omit flowers. Boston papers please copy.”

“GANLEY-James A., born Nov. 22, 1828, died Nov. 13, 1913, at the home of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carina Ganley (nee Orb), 2229 Fulton-st., relict of the late Sarah J., father of Bateman, grandfather of Cecil and Elsie. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 1:30 p.m., from Wright’s, 2350 Harrison-st, by Aurora-Elgin to Oakridge. Please omit
flowers. English papers copy.”

“GARSIDE-Florence M., aged 21 years, beloved and only daughter of George W. and Sarah M., sister of G. Kress, passed away at her residence, 6233 Ada-st., Nov. 15; burial at Mount Hope, Tuesday, 2 p.m., from Lanyon’s chapel, 53d and Stewart-av.”

“GIBLIN-James P., beloved husband of Mary A. (nee Corcoran), father of Mrs. W. F. Cogan. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, 9 a.m., from residence of his daughter, 7636 Emerald-av., to Visitation church, where high mass will be celebrated; by automobiles to Calvary.”

“GIEGER-Mary C., Friday, Nov. 14, 1913, at 2:45 a.m. Funeral services from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Richard T. Miller, 6754 Lowe-av., at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 16. Interment private. Pittsburgh (Pa.) papers please copy.”

“GREENSFELDER- Isaac Greensfelder, Nov. 14, 1913, at Michael Reese hospital, aged 86 years, husband of Amalia Greensfelder and father of Nathan, Louis, Adolph, Thekla, Rosalie and Belle Greensfelder. Funeral notice later.”

“HORST-H. Richard, beloved husband of Anna Horst (nee Jackel), father of Richard and George Horst, brother of Henry Horst, Mrs. F. Felgenbaum, Mrs. J. Russell and Mrs. William Hoefke, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. William Jackel. Burial Tuesday, Nov. 18, 12:30 p.m., from late residence, 3624 W. Diversey-av., to Concordia by carriages. Member of Chicago fire department company 91 and Benevolent association.”

“HALVORSEN-Harry K., aged 59 year 11 months, Nov. 12, 1913, beloved husband of Ragna (nee Olson), father of Mrs. N. Oftedahl, Mrs. J. Reinhofer, Mrs. A. Frogner, Mrs. H. Thorsen, John, Arthur, Hilmer, Gertrude and Leroy Halvorsen. Funeral will be held Sunday, Nov. 16, at his late home. 2531 W. North-av., 1 p.m.; burial at Mount Olive.”

“HUEBNER-Ella, beloved daughter of Otto and Mary (nee Schultz), fond sister of Charles, George, Otto and Rosetta. Funeral from her late residence, 3619 W. 57th -pl., Sunday, Nov. 16, 1913, at 10 a.m., to Peate church thence by carriages to Concordia.”

“HAWKINS-Jennie E., beloved sister of Theresa, at her residence, 1740 W. Huron-st. Funeral Sunday, at 10 a.m., by carriages to Mount Carmel.”

“JOHNSON-Roy, Nov. 12, 1913, at the age of 24 years, beloved son of Amelia Johnson, fond brother of Henry and the late Alice Johnson. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 1:30 p.m., from his late residence, 3803 [?] N. Paulina-st. Interment at Graceland.”

“JOHNSON-John H., Nov. 13, age 57 years, beloved husband of Laura Johnson, father of Elmer and Selma. Funeral Sunday, 2 p.m., from late residence, 1455 Farragut-av., burial at Rosehill.”

“JACKSON-Oscar, age 34 years, son of Mrs. Clara Jackson, brother of Mrs. Selma Sandstrom. Funeral Sunday, 12:30 p.m., from 3325 W. 22d-st., autos to Waldheim.”

“KAISER-Alfred, beloved son of Louise Kaiser, brother of Mrs. C. Krause and Charles Borchers. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 1 p.m., from P. M. Smith’s chapel, 4022 W. Madison-st., by carriages to Waldheim cemetery.”

“KULTGEN-[illegible]ss Margaret, 4220 Langley-av., Nov. 13, aged 68 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 1:30 p.m., from 1[illegible] Burling-st., to St. Michael’s church, interment St. Boniface cemetery.”

“LAWSON-Wm. Morris, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Lawson, fond brother of Alfreda, Edward, Arthur and Clarence Lawson, aged 38 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 1913, at 1 p.m., from late residence, 5818 Union-av., interment Oakwoods cemetery. Member of Mystic lodge No. 758, A.F. & A.M.”

“LANGLOTZ-Arthur, Nov. 15, beloved husband of Lucy (nee Bonley), fond father of George and Howard, son of George F. and Mary, brother of George, Emma, Effie and Clara. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 1 o’clock, from parents’ residence, 4728 Waveland-av., to Forest Home cemetery.”

“LARKIN-Peter, beloved cousin of Thomas, Willis, Catherine and Katie Mulloy. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m., from cousins’ residence, 728 Englewood-av., to Visitation church, where high Mount Olivet. County Mayo (Ireland) papers mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to please copy.” [sic]

“LAWSON-Wm. Morris, beloved husband of Gertrude C. Lawson (nee Johnson), fond father of Wm. Morris Jr., Nov. 14, 1913, aged 38 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 1913, at 1 p.m., from late residence, 5813 Union-av., interment Oakwoods cemetery.”

“LEWIS-Agnes A., Nov. 14, 1913, beloved wife of William H. Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glomski. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., from her late residence, 1800 Harvey-st.”

“MAC GEAGH-John W., cashier of the Hibernian Banking association, at the age of 72 years, on Nov. 12, 1913, at his residence, 1246 N. State-st., Chicago. Mr. Mac Geagh was born at Cookstown, Ireland, Sept. 2, 1841. He came to America in 1861. His first work was at Ortilia, Ont. He had been a resident of Chicago since 1864, and had
been identified with the Hibernian Banking association, in various capacities, since 1867. He had been its cashier for many years. He had been a member of Unity church during his entire residence in Chicago. He was unmarried, and was a member of the Banker’s club and of the Chicago Press club. Funeral services will be
held at Unity church, Barry-av. near Broadway, Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Interment will be at St. Louis, Mo. Atlanta (Ga.), Belfast and Dublin (Ireland) papers please copy.”

“MUELLER-Edward P., Nov. 12, 1913, aged 26 years, beloved husband of Marie (nee [illegible]), fond father of Edward Jr., dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. Neebe, brother of Charles M. Mueller, Rudolph, Walter and Elsie Neebe. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 1913, at 2 p.m., from late residence, 2067 Howe-st., by carriages to Graceland cemetery. Member of Drovers’ council No. 160, Royal League.”

“MAC DONALD-Dorothy, Nov. 13, 1913, aged 13 years 9 months 12 days, beloved daughter of Stewart and Myra Mac Donald (nee Quackenbush), sister of Donald, Susan, Lucy, Stewart R. and Myra Belle. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, from late residence, 3252 S. Irving-av., at 10:45 a.m., to Bethany Baptist church; thence by automobiles to Oakridge.”

“MARINO-Bernado Marino, Nov. 14, 1913, at her residence, 255 W. Chestnut-st., beloved wife of Antonio and mother of Phillip, Christina, Angelo, John and Mary Marino. Funeral Sunday at 9:30 a.m. to Church of Assumption, thence by cars to Mount Carmel; I.C. Railroad train leaves at 12 noon.”

“MONAHAN-James, beloved husband of the late Ellen (nee Hurley) and brother-in-law of James Hurley and Mrs. Dennis Dillan, at Los Angeles, Cal. Funeral Sunday, at 11:30 a.m., from W.P. Roach’s funeral chapel, 3363 Ogden-av., to Blessed Sacrament church, by automobiles to Calvary.”

“MOZZI-Paulina, Nov. 12, 1913, beloved wife of Henry, mother of Florence, Theresa, John, Marie and Charles J. Mozzi. Funeral Sunday at 9:30 a.m., from late residence, 3539 Wentworth-av., to Italian church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet. “

“M’GINTY-Nellie (nee Carolan), Nov. 13, beloved wife of Michael, mother of John, Thomas, Arthur, Francis and Aloyusius. Funeral was held at late residence, 1103 S. Leavitt-st, Friday Nov. 14, 11 a.m., interment at Mount Carmel; burial private.”

“MILLER-Mary, Nov. 14, 1913, aged 9 years, beloved daughter of the late Harry and Susan Miller, sister of Harry Miller Jr. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, from residence of her uncle, George Miller, 10535 Avenue B, to St. Francis de Sales church, by cars to Mount Olivet.”

“MORRISSEY-Catherine, nee McDermott, at the residence, 1633 Sedgwick. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Dominick’s church, where high mass will be celebrated, by cars to Mount Carmel.”

“NEWTON-William, died Nov. 14, 1913, beloved husband of the late Bridget Newton (nee Dempsey), father of Thomas, Katharine, William and John Newton. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m., from his late residence, 2712 Emerald-av., to All Saints’ church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to 49th and Halsted-sts. depot by cars to Mount Olivet; member of Oakwood Council, No. 805, Royal Arcanum.”

“O’MALLEY-Nov. 15, at 4592 Wallace-st., Anthony, beloved husband of Catherine (nee Gibbons), father of Phillip, James, Anthony, Austin, William and Joseph O’Malley, Mrs. James Hannon, Mrs. Arthur Wiley and Mrs. Bates and the late Katie and Sarah O’Malley. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a.m., to St. Gabriel’s church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to 47th and Stewart-av., depot by train to Mount Olivet; native of County Mayo, Ireland.”

“O’CONNOR-Edith Caroline, Nov. 13, beloved wife of Oscar and fond mother of Audree and Genevieve; member of Eastern Star, Ogden Park chapter, No. 603, and Royal Neighbors of America, No. 3740. Funeral from late residence, 4500 Prairie-av., Sunday, Nov. 16, 2 p.m., by autos to Oakhill.”

“OVERTON-Gladstone T., this morning, at his residence, 5662 Normal-blvd., beloved husband of Rose Smith Overton, father of Jack and Stanley, beloved son of Peter and Paulina and brother of Mrs. Fred Gray and Mrs. Charles Gray, Helen and Lillian Overton. Burial at Forrest, Ill., Sunday afternoon.”

“OTTO-Alfred, Nov. 14, aged 59 years, beloved father of Milton and Hattie. Funeral from late residence, 5511 S. Sangamon-st, Monday 1:30 p.m. under auspices of Hesperia lodge, A. F. & A. M.; member of Washington chapter, R. A. M., of Chicago commandery Knights Templar. Burial Waldheim, automobiles.”

“OTTO-Ernst, Sr., aged 67 years, at his residence, 5620 Wayne-av., after illness of 4 months. Funeral notice later.”

“PIEPER-Lottie A. (nee Grupe), dearly beloved wife of August W., fond mother of Edward, Melina and Richard, beloved daughter of Henry C. and Sophia Brauns, loving sister of Henry W. and Louis Grupe and Henry C. Brauns Jr., Nov. 13, aged 37 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 12 o’clock, from late home, 523 N. Sawyer-av., by
carriages to Arlington cemetery. St Louis papers please copy.”

“SCHMUKER-Sarah (nee Kenna), Nov. 14, 1913, beloved wife of the late John Schmuker, fond mother of Frank J., sister of Mrs. P. Colbert, John Kenna, Alderman Michael Kenna, Mrs. Frank McDonald and Joseph Kenna; member of Our Lady of Sorrows court No. 2, W. C. O.F. Funeral from sister’s, Mrs. Frank McDonald’s residence, 2851 W. Congress-st., Monday, Nov. 17, at 9 a.m., to Our Lady of Sorrows church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated; automobiles to Calvary.”

“SULLIVAN-Catherine (nee Buckley), suddenly, formerly of 1629 Grand-av., wife of the late Patrick Sullivan, sister of Hannah Buckley, mother of the Rev. Stephen P. Sullivan, Daniel, James, John, Catherine, Mary and Josephine and the late William. Funeral Monday, Nov. 17, at 10:30 from her late residence, 1674 Farwell-av., Rogers Park, to St. Jerome’s church, corner Morse-av. and Paulina-st., where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary.”

“SMITH-May Spencer Smith, wife of J. P. Smith, daughter of the late Charles [initial is illegible] A. Spencer, at Highland Park, Thursday evening. Funeral services at residence, 501 Prospect-av., Highland Park, Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock; interment private.”

“SCHMITZ-Joseph T., beloved husband of Marie (nee Schreiber), brother of Theodore and Adolph Schmitz, Mrs. C. Heck, Mrs. F. A. Figgie and Mrs. L. Cass. Funeral from his late residence, 2042 Mohawk-st. Notice later.”

“SORENSEN-P. Christ, aged 64 years, beloved husband of Mary, father of Olaf, William and Hans and brother of Mrs. Holmes. Funeral Monday, 1 p.m., from late residence, 1932 W. Erie-st., by carriage to Mount Olive.”

“SMETANA-Catherine, beloved mother of Joseph, John and Frank; Nov. 13. Funeral from her late residence, 2945 Seeley-av., Sunday, Nov. 16, at 12:30 o’clock, by autos to St. Adalbert’s cemetery.”

“SCHIFFMAN-Jennie, beloved daughter of Mrs. Clara Schiffman. Funeral from residence, 2122 N. Western-av., Sunday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m., to Bethel cemetery by automobiles.”

“SCHIFFMAN-Jeanette. Funeral from residence, 2122 N. Western-av., Sunday Nov. 16, 2 p.m., to Bethel cemetery.”

“TOLAN-Mike, Nov. 14, age 27 years. Funeral Sunday, 10 a.m., from Bowman’s chapel, 2236 Wentworth-av., to Polk-st. station, by trains to Mount Olivet.”

“VOEGE-Herman, Nov. 13, aged 82, father of Mrs. Mangerow, William, Henry, Mrs. Braasch and August. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 12:30 o’clock, from his daughter’s residence, 5629 W. 64th-st., Cearling[?], Ill.”

“WESTLUND-Victor S., aged 24 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Westlund, fond brother of Mrs. Hildur C. Lundquist, Albert F., Emil H. and Arthur P. Westlund. Funeral Sunday, at 2 p.m., from home, 1952 S. Springfield-av., autos to Forest Home. Member of Swedish North Star society, Postal Clerk’s union, and Westerly Athletic Association.”

“WAYMAN-Wm. F., beloved husband of Letitia and fond father of William J. Wayman, brother of Samuel and Charles Wayman, Mrs. Jennie Patterson and Mrs. Rachael Schoch. Burial Sunday, Nov. 16, at 10 o’clock, from late residence, 1562 Milwaukee-av., by automobiles to Oakridge cemetery.”

“WOODS-Edwin Stoughton, well beloved and only child of John L. and Sophie L. Woods, entered into rest Nov. 15, 1913, in the 42d year of his age. It is especially requested by the family that no flowers be sent. “

“WEIN-Mrs. Rose, 2733 Crystal-st., wife of the late Simon Wein and beloved mother of Mrs. Jacob So[illegible], D.A. Wein, Mrs. A. Davis, Anna, Nellie and Frances. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 12 m. sharp, at Waldheim, omit flowers.”

“WATSON-Charles. Funeral to-day, 10 a.m., at the Hursen funeral chapel, 2346 W. Madison-st. Burial Mount Auburn.”

“YOUNG-Henry C., Nov. 12, 1913, age 42 years, beloved husband of Katie Young (nee Kuhn), father of Irene, Esther, Charles, brother of Susie Funk and Lulu Kuhn. Funeral from his late residence, 1510 Cleveland-av., Sunday, Nov. 16, at 1:30 p.m., interment at Montrose.”

“ZINTER-Frank W. R., Nov. 11, 1913, age 26 years, at Colorado Springs, Col., suddenly, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Peters, brother of Helena Kramp, cousin of L.L. Weege. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 1 o’clock, from his late home, 3554 S. Paulina-st., thence to Waldheim cemetery.”

“ZICKERMAN-Theodore Zickerman, beloved son of Susie and the late Gustave Zickerman, brother of Irene, Nov. 11, 1913, age 19 years 1 month. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, 1913, from late residence, 431 W. 38th-st., to St. George’s church, at 1 p.m., thence by carriages to St. Boniface cemetery.”

“ZABRISKIE-John A., husband of Mary Ball, father of Edward B., Elizabeth Zabriskie, Nov. 14, 1913. Funeral at residence, 12 Rugby-pl., Elgin, Ill., Monday, Nov. 17, 1:30 p.m., burial at Geneva, Ill.”

PERSONAL NOTICES-

“WE HEREBY WISH TO THANK OUR MANY friends for their kind sympathy shown us during our bereavement; also for the beautiful floral tributes. MRS. HULDA SWANSON, MRS. JULIA ERICKSON, BENJAMIN LUNDQUIST.”

“MR. CHAS. W. STEPHAN AND FAMILY DEsire to thank the friends who so helped them with their sympathy in their recent sorrow.”

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