NEEL--Marguerite E. Neel, beloved wife of William R. Neel, fond mother of Laura and grandmother of Marguerite Neel. Funeral from late residence, 5306 Magnolia-av., Wednesday, 1 p.m. Dixon Ill., papers please copy.
NELSON--Emma G., Aug. 2, late of 1220 Pleasant-st., aged 71 years, wife of the late John A. Nelson, fond mother of Oscar, Jennie and the late Herman Nelson, sister of Mrs. Beda Carlson, grandmother of Edith, Jennie, Elsie, Herman and Irene. Funeral Sunday, 2 p.m. from chapel, 3419 N. Clark, by autos to Graceland.
NELSON--GUSTAVA, widow of the late John Nelson, beloved mother of Charles J. and Capt. Theodore Nelson, Mrs. Gus Johnson, Mrs. Edward Nelson, Mrs. E. W. Lindeen and Mrs. Emil Holmberg, Sunday, July 13, aged 75 years. Funeral Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m., from her daughter's residnece, 216 Sedgwick-st., to the Swedish Emanuel Lutheran church, thence to Graceland.
NELSON--Mrs. Mary Nelson, nee McInerney, beloved wife of David Nelson, fond mother of Mrs. Cora Holzef, aunt of Elmer and Williamsister of the late William McInerney. Funeral Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1914, at 10 a.m. from her later home 3318 W. Harrison-st. to Our Lady of Sorrows church, where solomn requiem high mass will be celebrated. Carriages to Mount Carmel. Member of St. Michael's court, W.C.O.F.
NERLAND--Harold Nerland, beloved son of Petra and the late Hans Nerland, brother of Thorvald, Roy, and Howard Nerland. Funeral from late residence, 526 La Vergne-av., Thursday, Feb. 15, at 2 p.m., by automobiles to Forest Home. Member of Austin lodge No. 850, A.F. & A.M., Cicero chapter, and Oak Park council.
NEWBERRY--Mrs. Helen Handy Newberry, peacefully at her home, 483 Jefferson-av., Detroit, Mich., Dec. 17, 1912, widow of the late John S. Newberry and mother of Truman H., John S., and Helen Newberry Joy. Funeral Thursday afternoon.
NITT--Theresa (nee Ereberger), daughter of Julius Wilhelm and the late Natlola (?), beloved wife of Charles Nitt, found mother of Harry, Frank, Charles, Arthur Nitt, Mrs. Emma Huhn, Mrs. Bertha Keelin, Mrs. Theresa Sirtsems (?), Mrs. Louise Nielsen, sister of Charles and Otto Kryberger, Julius Wilhelm, Mrs. Emma Dendt, Mrs. Louise Bauer. Funeral Sunday, Aug. 6, at 2 p.m., from her late residence 6817 S. Racine-av., by autos to Mount Greenwood.
NOLAN--Josephine Nolan, June 13, 1920, beloved wife of James F. Nolan, Jr., mother of Agnes Marie, daughter of Ernest S. and Agnes Price and sister of Edward S. Funeral Tuesday at 9:30a.m. from her late residence, 944 Sheridan-rd., to St. Mary of the Lake church; interment at Mount Carmel.
NOLAN--Michael Nolan, beloved husband of Mary Nolan, nee Sullivan, father of William and Gerald, son of William and Mary Nolan, nee O'Connor, brother of Patrick, Charles, Mis. B. Lewis, Mollie, John and the late William Nolan. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m., from his late residence, 3047 Cortland-st., to St. Sylvester's church, where high mass will be celebrated. Carriages to Mount Carmel.
NOONAN--WILLIAM NOONAN, Jan. 23, 1902, aged 23 years, beloved brother of Mrs. Charles Kellar, Edward, George, and Margarette Noonan. Funeral Saturday, Jan. 25, 1902, at 1 a.m., to All Saints' church, where high mass will be celebrated, by carriages to mount Olivet cemetery.
NORTON--BRIDGET NORTON, at her late residence, 566 Elston-av., beloved wife of the late Peter Norton and mother of Mrs. M. Flahie and Patrick Norton; native of County Clare, Ireland, Funeral notice hereafter.
O'BRIEN--Frank C. O'Brien, beloved husband of Minnie O'Brien, brother of Mrs. Eva Clark and Mrs. Belle Pool. Funeral Monday at 1:30 p.m. from Hochspeier's chapel, 2410 North-av., by autos to Oak Ridge. member of painter's union, Local 101.
O'BRIEN--At the residence of his parents, 407 S. Clinton-st. Feb. 5, MICHAEL JOSEPH O'BRIEN, aged four months and 25 days. Funeral from residence, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb 7, by carriages to Calvary. Friends of the family invited.
O'CONNELL--Bridget O'Connell (nee Quinlan), wife of James, fond mother of Thomas, sister of Mrs. Catherine Lynch, Mrs. Bessie O;Connell, Mrs. Mary Bates and Mrs. Margaret O'Connor. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a.m. from her sister's residnece, 532 N. Hamlin-av. to Our Lady of Angels' church, where solemn high mass will becelebrated. Autos to Mount Carmel. Member of Easter court, No. 245, W.C.O.F. For information phone Humboldt 2773 .
O'CONNELL- Mary O'Connell, June 13, beloved wife of the late John and mother of Mrs. C. Egan and Mrs. A. Engle. Funeral Tuesday, June 15, at 9:30 a.m., from daughter's residnece 7254 S. Halsted-st., to St. Leo's church, where high mass will be celebrated, autos to Mount Olivet. for information call yards 175.
O'CONNOR--Feb. 16, at his residence, 8846 Houston-av., South Chicago, PATRICK O'CONNOR, beloved husband of Mary O'Connell, aged 38 years. Funeral Sunday, Feb. 17, to St. Patrick's church, thence via C. M. & St. P. Ry to Calvary.
O'CONNOR--Anna O'Connor, April 18th, 1916, beloved daughter of Catherine and the late Lawrence O'Connor, sister of Lawrence, Burt, Phillip O'Connor, and Mrs. V.D. Berry, at her residence, 4118 Kenmore- av. Funeral Thursday, 10 a.m., St. Mary's of the Lake church, to Calvary.
O'CONNOR--Lucy O'Connor, nee Kennedy, Dec. 10, 1914, beloved wife of Charles E. O'Connor, daughter of Ellen Kennedy, and sister of Ann O'Toole, Mary Maginn, Nellie Smith, and Julia Kennedy. Funeral from late residence, 1825 Bernice-av., Tuesday. Dec. 22, 1914, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Andrew's church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated. Automobiles to Calvary.
O'DONNELL--Oct. 29, 1885, aged 10 years 9 months and 9 days, DENNIS, son of Patrick and Mary O'Donnell. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 1, from parents' residence, 122 Townsend-st., by cars to Calvary Cemetery. The lonely hour has come, dear one, The hour when we must part; The echo came from Heaven-- From Jesus' sacred heart.
O'DONNELL--Patrick P. O'Donnell, Aug. 15, 1914, beloved husband of the late Louise M., father of Frances M., Richard P., Louise M., Helen F., Janette C., and the late John J. O'Donnell. Funeral from his late residence 4629 Woodlawn-av., Tuesday, Aug. 18, at 9:30, to St. Ambrose's church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated; by autos to Calvary. Springfield, Ill., papers please copy.
O'DONOHUE--MORTIMER, aged 50 years, at Mercy hospital, March 29, husband of Margaret and father of Mary, John O'Donohue; member of St. Ignatius' court, No. 18, C.O.F. Funeral from his late residence, 185 W. 21st-st., Sunday, 10 a.m. to Sacred Heart church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
O'Hara--Elizabeth O'Hara, wife of the late Peter O'Hara, mother of David, Mrs. A. J. Breen, Mrs. E. Sullivan, Jenie, Agnes, Irene, and Grace O'Hara. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., at her residence, 3347 Congress-st., to Our Lady of Sorrows' church, by carriages to Mt. Carmel.
O'MALLEY--John, Nov. 24, 1913, at his residence, 2212 Racine-av., beloved son of Mary O'Malley, brother of Nora and Annie O'Malley and Mrs. Mary Tipton. Funeral notice later. Native of Kellsallagh, Westport, County Mayo, Ireland.
O'MALLEY--Mary A. O'Malley, at residence, 646 Wellington-av., beloved daughter of Mary and the late Thomas F., sister of Mrs. D. J. Ghiselli, Mrs. Louis Cox, Mrs. John Cosgrove, Jr., George F., Joseph, and John. Funeral Tuesday, may 28, 9:30 a.m. to Mount Carmel church, where high mass will be celebrated; autos to Calvary.
O'MAHONY--TIMOTHY PATRICK, infant son of Thomas and Hannah O'Mahony, nee Collins, aged 7 months and 21 days. Funeral on Sunday, the 17th inst., at 2 p.m., from parents' residence, Gibbs-st., Evanston, by carriages to Calvary.
O'MEARA--In loving memory of my husband, JOHN O'MEARA, who died one year ago to-morrow, Sept. 16, 1904. There will be requiem high mass celebrated at the Church of the Nativity, at 9 o'clock. From his loving wife, JOHANNA O'MEARA, 3716 Emerald-av.
O'NEAL--ELIZA (nee McKeon), beloved wife of John O'Neal, mother of John, Arthur, and Mrs. Mary Shields, sister of Mrs. Christy, Mrs. Looby, Mrs. Keaveny, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. McFadden and the late Mrs. Devine. Funeral Monday, April 2, from her late residence, 5217 Emerald-av., to Visitation church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary; member of Visitation court, No. 55, W.C.O.F.
O'NEIL--In this city, April 19, MARGARET O'NEIL. Funeral from her late residence, 1056 Wentworth-av., by cars to Calvary. A light is from our household gone, A voice we loved is stilled; A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled.
O'NEIL--Mrs. Richard J. O'Neil, Nov. 8, 1912, beloved wife of the late Eichard J. O'Neil and mother of Mrs.M. A. Dean, Mrs. H. E. Moore, Mrs. A. G. Moore and Mrs. O. W. Smith, Arthur E. and Edward O'Neil. Funeral Sunday Nov. 10, 12 m., from residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Moore, 3315 W. madison-st., to Our Lady of Sorrows church. Interment Mt. Carmel. Oakville and Kearney, Ont., papers please copy.
O'NEILL--Nov. 25, Frank, at 519 Root-st., beloved son of the late Michael and Mary O'Neill (ne McNamara), brother of Patrick O'Neill and Mrs. Mary McGuire and the late Nick and Eddie O'Neill and Mrs. Kate Thompson. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a.m., to St. Gabriel's church where high mass will be celebrated, thence to 47th-st. depot by trains to Mount Olivet. Member of local 705, Truck Drivers' union, I.B. of T.
O'NEILL--At his residence, 595 25th-st., Feb. 15, JOHN O'NEILL. Funeral Sunday, Feb. 17, to All-Saints' church, by carriages to C. M. & St. P. depot, thence by cars to Calvary. Cleveland (O.) papers please copy.
O'NEILL--Sept. 14, 1905, JOSEPHINE O'NEILL (nee Collister), beloved wife of James O'Neill, daughter of Robert and Johanna Collister, sister of Robert J. Dower, Mrs. Margaret Grady, Mrs. Madge Fuerst, Mrs. Lillie Pierce, William and Charles Collister, at her residence, 3501 Wabash-av., flat 210; member of Lady Milligan hive No. 54, F.O.T.M.; members are requested to attend. Funeral notice later.
O'NEILL--The funeral of the late Judge J. H. O'Neill will take place Monday, Dec. 8, at 11 o'clock a.m., from his late residence at 557 Orchard-st., by carriages to St. Vincent's Chruch, thence by Northwestern railroad to Calvary Cemetery.
O'NEILL--Katherine V. O'Neill, Feb. 16, 1817, wife of the late William H., daughter of Mrs. Delia O'Neill, sister of Mary E., Anna J., and the late Thomas S., at her residence, 5450 Jackson-blvd. Funeral Sunday, at 10 a.m., to Resurrection church, thence by automobiles to Calvary. Milwaukee papers please copy. For information call Austin 1137.
O'NEILL--Mary O'Neill, daughter of John O'Neill, native of Derawiling, County Limerick, Ireland, aged 32 years. Funeral will take place Wednesday, Nov. 26, at 9:30 a.m., from the residence of her uncle, James O'Neill, 138 West Eighteenth-st., to Sacred Heart Church where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence to C. & N.W. depot, and by cars to Calvary Cemetery. Kansas City papers please copy.
O'NEILL, Jan. 26, 1902, at 737 43-st., WILLIAM J., beloved son of John and Johanna O"Neill (nee Phelan), aged 16 years. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m., to St. Gabriel's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary.
O'ROURKE--MAMIE O'ROURKE, aged 9 years 8 months, beloved daughter of Charles and Mary E. O'Rourke (nee cook). Funeral Monday, April 2, at 9 a.m., from residence of parents, 4225 Princeton-av., by train from 49th and Halsted-st. to Mount Olivet.
OADES--CECELIA, wife of John Oades and mother of Fergus Oades, daughter, Ellen Brackenbury, Nov. 15, 1899, aged 83 years and 6 months. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 18, at 1 o'clock p.m. from residence of her son, Fergus Oades, 22 York-st., by carriages to Rose Hill. Detroit (Mich.) papers please copy.
OHLHEISER--Joseph T. Ohlheiser, at Auburn, N. Y., Aug. 15, beloved husband of Frances Rigney Ohlheiser and father of George R. and Joseph T. Funeral Monday, Aug 17 from the residence of his parents, 20 Franklin-st., Auburn, N. Y. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery, Auburn.
OHNSTEIN--Johanna Ohnstein, beloved wife of the late Isidor Ohnstein, fond mother of Sam Ohnstein of New Orleans, Mrs. I. Van Ronkel, Ida and Harry Ohnstein. Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m., chapel, 856 E. 35th-st. New Orleans papers please copy.
OLIS--Mrs. Mary Olis (nee Windhauser), at residence, 4023 W. 18th-st., beloved wife of William H. Olis, daughter of Mary and the late James Windhauser; sister of Thomas, John, James, Della and the late Anna and Mrs. Kate Prochnow. Funeral notice later. Detroit papers please copy.