Democrat and Chronicle
May 4, 1904, page 13

MARRIED
BEYE-KING--In this city, Tuesday, May 3, 1904 at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. H.P. SICKLES, No. 78 Glasgow street, Miss Nellie E. KING was united in marriage to John C. BEYE, the Rev.. G.B. F. HALLOCK officiating.  No cards.

DIED   
STAHLBRODT--In this city, at 10 o'clock Monday evening, May 2, 1904, at his residence, No. 8 Sheridan park, of pneumonia, Paul T., son of the late Minnie STAHLBRODT, aged 48 years, 3 months and 2 days.  He is survived by his widow, Jennie VOESSLER and five children, Mildred, Alma, Mata, Pauline and Paul; three brothers, Edward A., Henry F., and Adolph C., and two sisters, Mrs. Julia SENKE and Mrs. Minnie BAUSBACH.  Funeral from the house Thursday afternoon, May 5th, 2:30 P.M.

COLLINS--In this city, Thursday, April 28, 1904, at Homeopathic Hospital, Louise M. COLLINS, aged 29 years.

KAPPLER--In this city, Tuesday May 3, 1904 at the family residence, No. 14 Immel place, Andrew KAPPLER, aged 56 years.  Besides his wife he is survived by one daughter, Lizzie KAPPLER, five sisters and three brothers.  He was a member of St. Francis Xavier Society of SS. Peter and Paul's Church.  The funeral will take place Friday morning at 8 o'clock from the house and 8:30 from the Holy Family Church.

BOEHM--In this city, Monday, May 2, 1904, at the family residence, No. 78 Evergreen street, Christian BOEHM, aged 54 years.  Besides  his wife he is survived by two sons, Charles and Christian BOEHM, and one daughter, Mrs. Edward HOHMAN.  He was a member of Clinton Lodge, No. 377, A.O.F.W., Baden Society, Liberal Knights, Beethoven Singing Society, Bavarian Saengerbrand and Cigarmakers Union No. 5.  The funeral will take place Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Michael's Church.

BUHOLTZ--Suddenly, at Pittsford, Wednesday, May 4, 1904, William BUHOLTZ, aged 33 years.  Near surviving relatives besides his widow, Lizzie CARTER BUHOLTZ, are:  his parents, Frederick and Reka BUHOLTZ of Pittsford, and six brothers and sisters, Ida BUHOLTZ, of Rochester, Frank BUHOLTZ, of Fairchance, PA., Mrs. Frank LEHMAN, of Pittsford, Fred BUHOLTZ, of Rochester, and Edward, of Pittsford.  The funeral services will be held at his late residence at Pittsford, on Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.  Interment in Pittsford village cemetery.

Democrat and Chronicle
May 5,1904, page 12

MORTUARY RECORD   
John JOHNS died yesterday morning at St. Mary's Hospital, aged 78 years.  He leaves one son, Frank, and three daughters, Mrs. Peter KIRCH, Mrs. Victor GYSEL and Miss Julia JOHNS.  The remains were taken to the home of Mrs. GYSEL No. 396 Hudson avenue.

Lewis BEEMER, youngest son of Mrs. M.V. BEEMER, died in New York Tuesday of pneumonia.  The remains will be brought to Rochester for interment.

Ernest WALTHER died last night at his home, No. 453 North street, aged 8(6) years and 3 months.  He leaves his wife and one sister, Mrs. Mary RELLIE.

Mary BARRY, wife of Arthur WEAVER, died last evening at the family residence, No. 290 Frost avenue.

Mrs. Saline ROBERTS died yesterday morning in this city.  She leaves one son, Arthur, of Buffalo.

Assault Was Not Proved.
John READY, a well known East Side physician, was arraigned in police court yesterday on a charge of assault.  He was discharged, the assault not being proved.  Frederick N. WHITE, an agent for an Eastern drug house, recently called on the physician with samples of pepsin remedies.  The agent annoyed the doctor and was ejected from the office.

May 5, 1904 page 3
WAS PROMINENT IN ABOLITION DAYS
Death at Livonia of Rev. A. H. Shurtleff--An Active Life.
Livonia, May 4--Last evening occurred the death of Rev.. A.H. SHURTLEFF, at the age of 78 years.  With his family he has lived in this town for the past two years.  Mr. SHURTLEFF was confined to his bed for the past five months and steadily grew weaker from the commencement.

He was born in East Bloomfield, January 23, 1826, and was early brought under religious influence.  He was enrolled at the age of 16 in a revival held in Bristol, under the labors of Rev. Samuel PARKER, and joined the Methodist Church.

His education was obtained at the East Bloomfield Academy and Olivet Institute, of Olivet, Michigan.  At Olivet he became imbued with anti-slavery and temperance principles which led him into many a battle.

He was married in 1850 to Julia A. PHINNEY, at Bristol, who died in 1883.  Afterward he married Mary B. BARBER, daughter of Rev. W. A. BARBER, of Livonia.  Besides his wife he leaves one son, Glen K. SHURTLEFF, general secretary of the Y.M.C.A., of Cleveland, O., and one daughter, Mrs. J. I. ARMSTRONG, of Livonia.
The different appointments which he held are:  Mansfield, Covington, and Troy, Pa., Watkins, Reading, Richmond, (didn't get the rest)


Democrat & Chronicle
May 6, 1904  


Died at Shortsville
Shortsville, May 5--Mrs. Clarissa E. VERMILYEA, of Seneca Castle, died at the home of her niece, Mrs. Gerelle RIDLEY, of Main street, this afternoon at 2 o'clock, aged 75 years.  She was taken ill on Monday, but her case was not considered serious until a few hours before death.  She is survived by one brother, George GUGIN of Canandaigua; one niece, Mrs. Gerelle RIDLEY of Shortsville.

Birthday of Senator Raines
Canandaigua, May 5, --May 6th is Senator John RAINES's birthday and on such occasions he holds a family reunion at which all his children and children's children assemble at the homestead.  To-morrow will be no exception to the rule and there will be a festive time at the Senator's home on Gorham street.  He will be 64 years old.

Surrogate's Court
Canandaigua, May 5--Surrogate DITMARS has admitted to probate the will of Anthony SWARTHOUT, late of Geneva, estate valued at $17,000; H.D. and M.B. SWARTHOUT executors.  Also that of Henry KING, late of the town of Geneva, estate not named, Charles N. HEMIUP executor.

Dwelling House Burned
Bristol Center, May 5--The dwelling house on the Nodiah D. CASE farm, occupied by William STRONG, burned to the ground yesterday afternoon together with its contents.  The loss amounted to $1,2000 with no insurance.  The origin of the fire is unknown.

Wedding Near Phelps
Phelps, May 5--The marriage of David J. TAYLOR and Miss Bertha May TAYLOR, took place last evening at St. Paul's Mission, near Steeles.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. M. GILBERT, of Phelps.

IN MEMORIAM
CROCKER--One year ago to-day, Mrs. Elizabeth CROCKER, formerly of this city, died in Millebrook., Ont., after a brief illness.  Her husband, John CROCKER, and two daughters survive her.

DIED
BENNETT--Miss Carolyn C. BENNETT, youngest daughter of the late Bernard BENNETT.  Funeral Saturday morning from the late residence, No. 403 Alexander street, at 10 o'clock and from Corpus Christi Church.

BEEMER--In New York city, Wednesday morning, May 4, 1904, Lewis, aged 24 years, youngest son of Julia T. and the late Martin A. BEEMER..  Funeral will be held at No. 56 East avenue, Rochester, N.Y., Friday May 6, 1904 at 3 P.M.

DECKER--Suddenly at the home of her sister Mrs. W. A. SILLIMAN in Seattle, Washington, on Thursday, May 5, 1904 of pneumonia, Miss Fannie Holmes DECKER of Brockport, N.Y.

WALTHER--In this city, Wednesday evening, May 4, 1904 at his home, No. 453 North street, Ernst WALTHER, aged 80 years and 3 months.  Deceased is survived by his wife and one sister, Mrs. Mary RELKE.  Funeral Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the house.  Burial private.

GOBLEY--In this city, Thursday, May 4, 1904, Lillian A. GODLEY, aged 54 years.  Funeral from the residence of her sister, Mrs. Anna CASTLE, No 32 Tracy street, Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock.  Burial at Canandaigua.   psm


Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Fri May 13, 1904 

BROGAN -- Wednesday, May 11, 1904, at the family residence, No. 54 Danforth street. Julia M., wife of John BROGAN, aged 46 years. She is survived by one son Clarence, and two daughters, May and Alice BROGAN; her mother, Mrs. Ellen McGRATH of Palmyra, four sisters and one brother.
-- Funeral will take place Saturday morning at 8:30 o’clock from the residence and 9 o’clock from the Cathedral. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
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Rochester, Monroe, NY

Democrat & Chronicle
Sat May 21, 1904
 
FEARS THAT NIAGARA FALLS BOY HAS GONE OVER AMERICAN FALLS
 
    Niagara Falls, May 20 - Indications are that Floyd FINK, son of Mr. and Mrs. John FINK, of 2819 Whirlpool street, has gone over the American Falls. The boy was only 14 years old. Wednesday afternoon the lad remained at the Cleveland avenue school to enjoy a stereopticon exhibition, and after the afternoon exhibition was over, he is supposed to have taken his paper route and then returned for the early evening portrayal of the same scenes at the same school. He is known to have been at the Cleveland avenue school as late as 7 or 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night. But as the night aged and the lad did not return, his father went to the school building to accompany him to his home far out Whirlpool street.
    In the outpouring of the many from the evening exhibition, the father missed the boy and returned home thinking, of course, that the boy would be there, or follow him soon after. The night passed without his coming and Thursday morning the anxious father sought the aid of the police in finding his child. The family had lived in Buffalo, and it was thought the boy might have gone there as he was very anxious to leave school and go to work.
    A different aspect was given to the case when Jacob GILBERT, an employee of the New York state reservation, found a note under a piece of board on a seat at Prospect Point early Thursday morning. The note is written in pencil on a piece of paper torn from a memorandum book and is as follows:
                                        May 18, '04, 4 P. M.
    The water is calling me, so I am going to go.   Good by
                                        Floyd FINK
                                        2819 Whirlpool street
                                        Niagara Falls, N. Y.
    When Mr. GILBERT found this note the absence of young FINK from home had not been made public. Superintendent PERRY could hardly believe the lad had committed suicide, but he made the contents of the note known to the boy's father.
    A strange fact in connection with the case is that on Wednesday, February 19, 1902, Miss Alice COLIE, of No. 231 Niagara street, Buffalo, suicided, or is supposed to have suicided, for a note to that effect was found on the bridge leading to Luna island. Miss COLIE'S note closed with the words, "the waters are calling me." At the time of Miss COLIE'S disappearance the FINK family was residing in Buffalo, and it is known that the missing boy heard that story read, together with the contents of the note she left.
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MARRIED
 
BAKER -- PAKE - April 20, 1904, at Canandaigua, by Rev. Mr. WEBB, Burton C. BAKER, of West Webster, N. Y., and Anna L. PAKE, of Picton, Canada
 
REDWINE -- TOOHEY - May 4, 1904, at Redding, California, by Father NUGENT, Mary J. TOOHEY and William REDWINE.
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DIED
 
WHITTY - At his residence in the village of Spencerport, at 9 o'clock Friday morning, May 20, 1904, Michael WHITTY.
-Funeral will be held Monday, May 23, 1904, at 9 A. M. from St. John's Church, Spencerport.
 
LAVIS - Thursday, May 19, 1904, at his late residence, No. 84 Sophia street, William A. LAVIS, aged 48 years. Besides his wife he is survived by one son, one daughter and one sister. The remains will be taken to Ouleout, N. Y., for burial.
 
M'KENNA - Friday, May 20, 1904, at the family residence, No. 118 Saxton st., Stewart Theodore, only child of Joseph and Helen McKENNA, aged 5 years, 5 months.
-Funeral will take place to-day (Saturday) at 3 o'clock P. M., from the house, and will be stricly private.
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REV. MALCOM M'VICAR, D. D.
 
Well Known Educator and Graduate of University of Rochester Dead
    Rev. Dr. Malcolm MacVICAR, a graduate of the University of Rochester and at one time principal of Brockport State Normal School died in Cato, N. Y., on Wednesday. He had been president of the Virginia Union University, at Richmond, for several years.
    Dr. MacVICAR was a well-known Baptist minister and educator. He was born in Douglass Argylshire, Scotland, September 30, 1829. He was one of twelve children. His parents removed to Canada when he was 6 years old. At the age of 20 he went to Toronto and entered Knox College to study for the Presbyterian ministry, with his brother Donald, afterward principal of the Presbyterian College in Montreal. His views regarding baptism underwent a change and he became connected with the Baptist denomination, engaging in preparing students for Toronto University.
    In 1856 he was ordained to the Baptist ministry and two years afterward entered the senior class of the University of Rochester, where he was graduated in 1859. He then became professor of mathematics in Brockport Collegiate Institute, and in 1864 became principal of the school. He was active in the movement for the establishment of state normal schools and was made principal of the first of four authorized in 1866 by the Legislature. This was at Brockport. Owing to ill health, Professor MacVICAR resigned the following year and accepted the place of superintendent of schools of Leavenworth, Kan. When his health was re-established he became principal of the State Normal School at Potsdam, N. Y.
    In 1880 he became the principal of the State Normal School at Ypsilanti, Mich., and a year later was elected professor of English Biblical interpretation in Toronto Baptist College. When Senator William McMASTER gave $1,000,000 for the endowment of McMASTER University, Dr. MacVICAR was elected its first chancellor. He resigned that post in 1890, to become superintendent of education for the American Home Missionary Society, holding that place until he became president of Virginia Union University.
    In 1896 he was given the degree Ph. D., by the Regents of New York, and the University of Rochester gave him that of LL. D. in 1870. He was the author of several works on mathematics and of a manual on the "Principals of Education," which was highly regarded by educators.
    Funeral services were held yesterday in Cato. Burial will be at Montclair to-day.
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    Stewart T., son of Joseph and Helen McKENNA, of No. 118 Saxton street, died Thursday night, aged 5 years and 5 months. Funeral private at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
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FOR THE FLASH OF A CURTAIN
    Chief CREEGAN, Hose 5 and Truck 3 were called last night to No. 122 Lyell avenue, where a curtain ignited from a gas tip. The fire was out when they arrived. Little damage was done.
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TO REPRESENT JAMESTOWN BAR
    Jamestown, N. Y., May 20 - At a meeting of the Jamestown Bar Association this evening the president, Frank W. STEVENS, was authorize to represent the association at a hearing of the charges against Justice Warren B. HOOKER and to take such action as he deems proper in the name of the local association which formniated the charges. The hearing will be held at Fredonia next Tuesday.
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EDNA L. SALISBURY
    Seneca Falls, May 20 - Edna L. SALISBURY, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. SALISBURY, died about 6 o'clock this morning at the family residence on Walnut street, aged fifteen years. Valvular trouble of the heart, resulting from rheumatism of several years' standing, was the cause of death. Miss SALISBURY was a particularly bright and interesting girl and her death is a sad blow to the family. Besides her parents, she leaves one brother, Samuel H. SALISBURY, Jr.

Rochester, Monroe, NY

Democrat & Chronicle
Sun May 22, 1904
 
THE DEMOCRAT & CHRONICLE CHILDREN'S GARDENING CLUB
 
   The past week has been one of the best the Children's Gardening Club has had, though it is a little late in the season. The fact that the season has been so backward this spring has been in our favor, as it will take hot dry weather now to bring on the seeds rapidly, and those who planted late will not be so far behind the earlier members after all. There is still time for any who have not joined but who would like to do so, for seeds planted will have time to bring forth an abundance of blossoms during the summer.
    Boys and girls who desire to become members are requested to send in their names by mail instead of calling personally at the Democrat and Chronicle office. Names two varieties' of seeds you would like to have, making your selection from the following list: Aster, bachelor's button, calliopsis, candytuft, dianthus, marigold, mignonette, nasturtium -- tall and dwarf -- petunia, phlox, sweet peas, double zinnia. Do not ask for flowers not on this list, as we do not have them. Be careful also to write your name and address very plainly.
    On receipt of your application we will send you two packages of seeds, a membership badge, a package of cards to use when you take flowers to the hospitals, and instructions for planting the seeds and cultivating the plants.
    So much has been said in these columns about the club that it seems hardly necessary to add that its object is to furnish flowers during the summer to patients in the hospitals, who are necessarily deprived of them otherwise. The experience of the club in the past has shown that this work was thoroughly appreciated and has been a wonderful help in cheering and encouraging this afflicted class.
    The gain in membership during the past week has been a veritable surprise to everybody connected with the club, and it is doubtless too much to expect that there will be as many new names to print next Sunday. No applicants will be turned away, however, and any boys and girls who send in their names this week will receive just as warm a welcome as their fellow members. There is room for all and work for all.
    More children from the surrounding towns and villages have joined the club this year than ever before. It has been a real pleasure to read their letters and to note the interest they have displayed in the plans of the club. A few extracts from the mail received during the week are published to-day, though it is impossible to devote very much space to them.
    A list of the names received last week up to Friday, is published below:
 
Florence BARTOLD, 767 North Goodman street.
Nellie LUBASCH, Lincoln Park
Ephriam FREEDMAN, 82 Nassau street
Fred WOODARD, Medina
Harry REINHARDT, 27 Sullivan street
Matilda RIEDMANN, 196 Kenwood avenue
Emil RIEDMANN, 196 Kenwood avenue
Henry DOBBERTIN, 601 Joseph avenue
George BRENNAN, 49 Yale street
May BRENNAN, 49 Yale street
Sarah BRENNAN, 49 Yale street
Arthur BRENNAN, 49 Yale street
Lillian W. COOK, Lincoln Park
Edward T. GOODRIDGE, 276 Bronson avenue
Raymond L. GOODRIDGE, 276 Bronson avenue
Josephine GOODRIDGE, 276 Bronson avenue
Luella GOODRIDGE, 276 Bronson avenue
Hazel SANDS, 272 Bronson avenue
Arthur ROACH, 6 Hopkins street
William STONE, 484 Maple street
Emma STONE, a81 Maple street
William TOOLE, 206 Baden street
Louisa BLATTNER, 275 Campbell street
Clara SMITH, 473 Joseph avenue
Mary ZWERGER, 535 Ames street
Teresa WEISSEND, 5 Roth street
Helen WEISSEND, 5 Roth street
Celia WEISSEND, 5 Roth street
Pauline WEISSEND, 5 Roth street
Clara WEISSEND, 5 Roth street
Madeline SCHENCK, 5 Roth street
Frank KLEIN, 5 Roth street
Gladys PEAKE, Brockport
George D. ANSLEY, Canandaigua
May KENDRICKS, 340 Joseph avenue
Edwin KUHN, 340 Joseph avenue
Charles WERNER, Manchester
Ephriam FREEDMAN, 82 Nassau street
Harriet KING, Manchester
August STUHLMILLER, 556 West Maple street
Mary STUHLMILLER, 556 West Maple street
Harry TAYLOR, Spencerport
Frank KING, 556 Maple street
Johnny HELM, 12 Carl street
Louise KLEIN, 11 Treyer street
Francis DEYO, East Brighton
Florence DEYO, East Brighton
Marion KING, Manchester
Agnes TUSCHONG, 69 Centennial street
Josephine TUSCHONG, 69 Centennial street
Rosie STUHLMILLER, 556 West Maple street
Thomas GLADHILL, 21 Morgan street
Chester BRUCE, 126 Cady street
Margaret BAYS, 386 Orange street
Edward SCHNARR, 17 Central park
Lester SCHNARR, 17 Central park
Edna STADTLER, 30 Hoeltzer street
Lillie STADTLER, 30 Hoeltzer street
Mildred STADTLER, 30 Hoeltzer street
Louise SABLOUSKY, 9 Hanover street
George DEUTSCH, 42 Holland street
Roger SMITH, 4 Rural street
William OLIVER, 58 1/2 Joseph avenue
John HORN, 61 Joseph avenue
Herbert WILTING, 95 Richmond street
Henry GARSNER, 10 Holland street
Robert BAUER, 40 Sullivan street
Stanley GILLETTE, Medina
Emily WEGMAR, 111 Clifford street
Lilly GIEBEL, 115 Clifford street
W. WENER, 48 Lill street
Mildred HOPWOOD, 9 Greenwood street
P. KNIPPER, 85 Lill street
Estella BABERT, 43 Lorenzo street
Leonard TODD, 9 Child street
Oscar KAPLAN, 29 Hanover street
Agnes DARRER, 654 Clinton avenue north
Marie MATTERN, 660 Clinton avenue north
Edmond DARRER, 654 Clinton avenue north
Harriet GALEN, 12 Putnam street
Herbert GALEN, 12 Putnam street
Edwin GALEN, 12 Putnam street
Arthur O'CONNOR, 39 Martin street
Marie LENIHAN, Canandaigua
August LANG, 415 Joseph avenue
George KNAPP, 109 Woodward street
Elmer KNAPP, 109 Woodward street
Pearl JOHNSON, Brighton
Anna RUTTKWOSKY, 115 Clifton street
Frances RUTTKWOSKY, 115 Clifton street
Elma ROEPER, 393 Hudson street
Edith G. FOSTER, Canandaigua
Walter HEORSTRING, 28 Conkey avenue
Esther HEORSTRING, 28 Conkey avenue
Nickolus KEITZ, 26 Kleuh street
Helen HOOK, 12 Duval place
Edward HOOK, 12 Duval place
Lillian FEELY, 270 Ravine avenue
Roman HELLEIN, 5 Cypress street
Madeline HELLEIN, 5 Cypress street
Catherine HEPT, 32 Lisbon street
Michael A. STRONG, 95 Frazier street
Raphael STRONG, 95 Frazier street
Charles Semon STRONG, 95 Frazier street
Chester B. ACHILLES, 135 South Goodman st.
Virginia STULL, 236 Ravine avenue
Edna J. MOORE, 29 Benton street
Beatrice N. BLOCK, 420 Plymouth avenue
Rose ROSENBERG, 4 Henry street
Harry ROSENBERG, 4 Henry street
Mary MEDER, 35 Lill street
Ralph N. OLSEN, 232 Linden street
Clarence M. OLSEN, 232 Linden street
Alice BLOOMER, 795 Clinton ave., north
Hattie BLOOMER, 795 Clinton ave., north
Aloyisus YAHN, 803 Clinton avenue north
Ethel YAHN, 803 Clinton avenue north
Regina HARTMAN, 10 Grant street
Loretta HARTMAN, 10 Grant street
Clara(?) MEDER, 35 Lill street
Irene MUEHLEISEN, 165 Alphonse street
Walter J. BAYER, 616 Main street east
Harold E. BAYER, 616 Main street east
Alexander J. BAYER, 616 Main street east
Beatrice BAYER, 616 Main street east
Elmer S. BAYER, 616 Main street east
Winefrida BAYER, 616 Main street east
William ERNEST, 13 Lyndhurst street
Mary SCHMIDT, 44 Grape street
Harold A. MILES, 17 Lawn street
Benjamin C. LENTKOOP, 8 Lawn street
Sollie KANEBEL, 24 Rhine street
Jennie GERSTNER, 10 Holland street
Mattie DORSCHEL, 14 Chatham street
Marjorie M. COLTRELL, Sodus Point
Earl M. COLTRELL, Sodus Point
Roy M. COLTRELL, Sodus Point
John KOLMER, 93 Nassau street
Joseph SCHUTTE, 430 Hudson avenue
Raymond STODDARD ------------
Walter MILLARD, 413 Prospect ave., Medina
Donald ICER, 223 West Center st., Medina
Ione E. BEYER, 417 Park avenue, Medina
Stewart GORDON, 69 George street
Jennie De COOLS, East Brighton
Louis FOULKES, 15 Buena street
Arthur WAHL, 19 Chase street, Lincoln Park
Rose FICHTNER, 60 Syke street
Mary FICHTNER, 60 Syke street, Lincoln Park
Josephine FICHTNER, 60 Syke st., Lincoln Pk.
Josephine STANDFEST, 211 Colvin street
Madeline BURKE, 26 Shelter street
Mary C. COONAN, 9 Walnut street
George EINSFIELD, 200 Chatham street
Henry GOLDSTEIN, 9 Dover street
Daniel McKALITZKY, 61 Vienna street
Annie McKALITZKY, 61 Vienna street
Walter MILLER, 22 Gladstone street
Frances GROSSES, 181 Colvin street
Minnie ERNSTEIN, 232 Baden street
Mary MUELLNER, 207 Colvin street
Marie DALTON, 28 Averill avenue
Helen DALTON, 28 Averill avenue
James DALTON, 28 Averill avenue
Bell DALTON, 28 Averill avenue
Nicholas F. COOK, 13 Chase st., Lincoln Pk.
Madellin REYNOLDS, 166 Merriman street
Dorothy REYNOLDS, 166 Merriman street
Tommie CHATFIELD, 178 Cottage street
Gladys CHATFIELD, 178 Cottage street
Margaret SCHAFFER, 8 Zeller place
Thomas SCHAFFER, 8 Zeller place
William SCHAFFER, 8 Zeller place
Anna KLEIN, 11 Tryer street
Ella L. CONLEY, 305 Prospect ave., Medina
Harold J. RYAN, 411 West Center st., Medina
Justina LANG, 39 Sullivan street
Francis J. GORDON, 176 Gregory street
William P. GORDON, 176 Gregory street
Almer CALKINS, 193 Ames street
Rose HEMMERICK, Lyell road, Gates
Lizzie STOLK, 18 Hoeltzer street
George HEMMERALD, Gates
Eddie KLICK, 126 Clifford street
Eleanora WINGENDER, 39 Roth street
Raymond WINGENDER, 39 Roth street
Helen SIEGFRIED, 28 Nicholson street
Olive SIEGFRIED, 28 Nicholson street
Victor BINTZ, 205 Ames street
Jack SOLD, 20 Carl street
Elizabeth SOLD, 20 Carl street
Anna KLICK, 126 Clifford street
Elconora SCHNEIDER, 231 Berlin street
Mary KELLMAN, 27 Yale street
Ida KELLMAN, 27 Yale street
Elizabeth KELLMAN, 27 Yale street
William KELLMAN, 27 Yale street
Della MEERDINK, 1 Herman street
Sherman MEERDINK, 1 Herman street
Frances MEERDINK, 1 Herman street
Arthur MEERDINK, 1 Herman street
Walter E. MILLER, 590 St. Paul street
Adell WANGMAN, 133 Portland avenue
Norman WANGMAN, 133 Portland avenue
Gussie SCHOUT, 36 Holland street
Ella O'CONNOR, 39 Martin street
Ray WINTERKORN, 39 Sullivan street
William BERMAN, 252 Baden street
Oliver BARTOLD, 767 North Goodman street
Max SEGAL, 31 Herman street
Moe BROWN, 47 Hanover street
Harry LAPIDES, 6 Holland street
Jennie LAPIDES, 6 Holland street
Rosie LAPIDES, 6 Holland street
George SMITH, 380 Wilkins street
John SMITH, 380 Wilkins street
Anna SMITH, 380 Wilkins street
James SMITH, 380 Wilkins street
Blanche SMITH, 380 Wilkins street
Joseph SMITH, 380 Wilkins street
Emil FISCHER, 823 Clinton ave. North
Irene MAHR, 246 Remington street
Charles GURGEL, 38 Frederick Park
Joseph BURKARD, 144 Champlain street
Lena BURKARD, 144 Champlain street
Thad ROSE, 70 Canal street, Lyons
Anna ARONSON, 25 Herman street
Simon ARONSON, 25 Herman street
Henry FISCHER, 823 Clinton avenue north
Frank KLEEH, 16 Kleuh street
Nettie BLIZARD, 126 Melville street
Mary MULINER, 207 Colvin street
Detah BLIZARD, 126 Melville street
Anna HARTLE, 661 Campbell street
Lily HARTLE, 661 Campbell street
Frank HARTLE, 661 Campbell street
Willie HARTLE, 661 Campbell street
Samuel KLEIN, 69 Joiner street
Raymond FINN, 207 Pennsylvania avenue
Margaret FINN, 207 Pennsylvania avenue
Laura HALL, Willard, N. Y.
Elmer EISELE, 37 Roth street
Charley EISELE, 37 Roth street
Edwin EISELE, 37 Roth street
Marguerite POPP, 232 Wilder street
Gertrude POPP, 232 Wilder street
Louise MENSING, 508 Campbell street
John MENSING, 508 Campbell street
George MENSING, 508 Campbell street
Henry MENSING, 508 Campbell street
Isabel GRISWOLD, 17 Werner Park
Marguerite VAY, 377 Maple street
Willie YAECKEL, 27 Gordon Park
Mildred YAECKEL, 27 Gordon Park
Robert YAECKEL, 27 Gordon Park
Edwin HOEFFEL, 6 Carl street
Mary KEHL, 8 Carl street
Emily KEHL, 8 Carl street
Louise KEHL, 8 Carl street
Florence HELM, 8 Carl street
Jacob ROSENZWEIG, 160 Bates street
Samuel ROSENZWEIG, 160 Bates street
John CHRISTY, 415, 18th street, Brooklyn
Margaret PAUL, 888 Jay street
Florence PAUL, 888 Jay street
Martha PAUL, 888 Jay street
Loretta CASEY, 1 Cottage street
Gertrude CASEY, 1 Cottage street
Herbert HOEFFEL, 6 Carl street
Harold HOEFFEL, 6 Carl street
Lillian STAUB, 45 Oakman street
Edward STRAUB, 45 Oakman street
Morris VAN GRAAFELLAND, 526 Joseph street
Fred MEYER, 6 Vienna street
Edward SCHAFFER, 174 West avenue
Floyd MENNELLEY, 15 Oakman street
Stanislaus LANE, 3 Durnan street
Arthur LANE, 3 Durnan street
Frank LANE, 3 Durnan street
Harold LANE, 3 Durnan street
Mabel HACKETT, 54 Lewis street
William HACKETT, 54 Lewis street
Christina L. KLEIN, 325 Hayward avenue
Irene HAUS, 32 Rhine street
Edgar HAUS, 32 Rhine street
Florence MEYER, 32 Rhine street
Francis MEYER, 32 Rhine street
Edna BRIEN, 32 Rhine street
Edward BRIEN, 32 Rhine street
Roy VAN GRAAFELLAND, 526 Joseph avenue
Helen CORRIGAN, 2 Lisbon street
Minnie ROESER, 383 Colvin street
John ROESER, 383 Colvin street
May ROESER, 383 Colvin street
William ROESER, 383 Colvin street
Memnie ROESER, 383 Colvin street
Cecilia REINSCHMIDT, 57 Sullivan street
Margaret R. REINSCHMIDT, 57 Sullivan street
Bessie McKENNA, 123 Meng place
Robert McKENNA, 123 Meng place
Morris STRAUSS, 533 Joseph avenue
Alma GARDNER, 1 Stout street
Beatrice GARDNER, 1 Stout street
George GARDNER, 1 Stout street
Ruth CRAMIRE, Waterloo
Margaret CRAMIRE, Waterloo
Catherine DUKELOW, 256 Scio street
Martha DUKELOW, 256 Scio street
Jennie DUKELOW, 256 Scio street
Joseph SMITH, 380 Walker street
John SMITH, 380 Walker street
George SMITH, 380 Walker street
Anna SMITH, 380 Walker street
Phoebe KERNAN, 473 Lyell avenue
George KERNAN, 473 Lyell avenue
Katherine KERNAN, 473 Lyell avenue
Helen MAID, 473 Lyell avenue
Marie COLEMAN, 178 Campbell street
David S. FELDMAN, 3 Herman street
Simon FELDMAN, 3 Herman street
Catherine STRASSNER, 222 Hague street
Martha WAHL, 582 Child street
Bertha WAHL, 582 Child street
Flora WAHL, 582 Child street
Charley WAHL, 582 Child street
Alfred LEO, 430 Hague street
George LEO, 430 Hague street
Irene CROMBACK, 367 Fourth street
Sidney CROMBACK, 367 Fourth street
Hulbert CROMBACK, 367 Fourth street
Flora WEDELL, 361 Fourth street
Mary WEDELL, 361 Fourth street
Herbert KOEHLER, Willard, N. Y.
Mildred KOEHLER, Willard, N. Y.
Marie FOLEY, Willard, N. Y.
Eleanor HEMPEL, 43 Sullivan street
Margaret SCHOEN, 83 Bernard street
James SULLIVAN, 178 Myrtle street
Rose SIMON, 19 University avenue
Edna ZIMMER, 98 Meng place
Marcella ZIMMER, 98 Meng place
Walter ZIMMER, 98 Meng place
Mary STREBER, 468 Child street
Grace D. STONE, 50 Walnut street
Josephine STANDFEST, 211 Colvin street
Jennie DUKELOW, 256 Scio street
Helen BUTLER, 15 Graves street, Brockport
Dora E. ALLEN, 1 Pacific street
Grace ALLEN, 1 Pacific street
Martha ALLEN, 51 1/2 Woodward street
Burton PEACHEY, Bergen
Floyd GILMAN, Manchester
Helen O'CONNOR, 5 Child street
Mildred RAMSAY, 270 Penn avenue
Henry BENENT, Frazier street, Brockport
Lottie SMITH, Webster
Elsie KRILL, 34 Austin street
Ruth G. STONE, 50 Walnut street
Thomas GRIFFIN, Canandaigua
Thomas KENNEDY, 50 Clark st. Canandaigua
Ida FRANK, 400 Colvin street
Sophie FRANK, 400 Colvin street
Catharine HOLAHAN, 242 Pennsylvania ave.
Clark HOLAHAN, 242 Pennsylvania ave.
Ruth STUCK, 593 Jay street
Jennie STUCK, 593 Jay street
Katharine SELBERT, Lincoln Park
Christina SELBERT, Lincoln Park
Viola SELBERT, Lincoln Park
Mary FERBECK, 15 Whalen street
Minnie FERBECK, 15 Whalen street
Abie GOLDMAN, 52 Buchan Park
Issie GOLDMAN, 52 Buchan Park
Matilda MEYER, 51 Scrantom street
Lizzie MEYER, 51 Scrantom street
Charles EAGLE, 8 Ulm street
John EAGLE, 8 Ulm street
Arthur EAGLE, 8 Ulm street
Louise EAGLE, 8 Ulm street
Addison EAGLE, 8 Ulm street
Carrie LECKINGER, 16 Grant street
Marie REDDING, 34 Ford street
Leo REDDING, 34 Ford street
Anna DAVIS, 74 Nassau street
Nathan FRANCIS, 72 Nassau street
Mayer TUMBINER, 80 Nassau street
Mary F. CARROLL, Willard, N. Y.
Natalie NELLIS, 7 Winthrop street
Frances M. TURNBULL, Willard, N. Y.
Mary SCHNORR, -------------------
Herbert BLOOMER, 795 Clinton avenue north
Mary MYRICK, 19 Market street, Palmyra
M. Leah MYRICK, 19 Market street, Palmyra
Delos FRITZ, 21 Harvest street
Eddie BULLINGER, 86 Grape street
Clara BULLINGER, 86 Grape street
Sophie BULLINGER, 86 Grape street
Elva BULLINGER, 86 Grape street
Mamie SCHICKER, 236 Scio street
Ruth DEBERDER, 236 Scio street
George VOLK, 16 Dudley street
Arthur WEINGARTNER, 692 North street
Ellis KELTZ, 26 Kleuh street
Laura HEORSTING, 28 Conkey avenue
Earl MARTIN, Highland ave., East Brighton
John KINMM, 579 Hague street
Elva SIEMS, 38 Weld street
Mortimer BRADLEY, 14 Bradley street
Elsie BOWER, 501 Avenue D
Clare CUSHING, 9 Peck street
Millie L. HAFNER, 17 Lincoln street
Eva WARREN, East Brigton[sic]
Walter WARREN, East Brighton
Irene HETTIG, 36 Post street
Jennie PARR, 22 Wentworth street
William J. VOLZ, _3 Morris street
Orient L. AVERY, _5 Taylor street
Fred POMMERNING, 30 Chase st., Lincoln Pk.
L. POMMERNING, 30 Chase st., Lincoln Pk.
Frank POMMERNING, 30 Chase st., Lincoln Pk.
Eva BLOOMFIELD, Manchester
Edna M. LOWVEY, 50 Park avenue
Frank S. LOWVEY, 50 Park avenue
Tillie GRIMM, 112 Thomas street
Tarry BAUER, 124 Seventh street
Lillian COOK, 37 South st., Brockport
Gertrude COOK, 37 South st., Brockport
Albert RA(E or C)TZ, 330 Fourth street
George ME(E or C) KNER, Alphonse st., cor. Henry
Bertha BORCHERS, 62 Weaver street
Caroline WALTER, 279 Alphonse street
Julia WALTER, 279 Alphonse street
Mary WALTER, 279 Alphonse street
William WALTER, 279 Alphonse street
Henry WALTER, 279 Alphonse street
James MARTIN, East Brighton
Marie DELANY, 59 Delevan street
Howard DELANY, 59 Delevan street
David GOLDMAN, 32 Buchan Park
Luella DUEPPINS, 568 Joseph avenue
Henry O'BRIEN, 33 Cleveland place
Theodore BEIERWA_TES, 9 Bradley street
Albert COWLES, Fairport
Ruby SMITH, 134 Clifford street
Emma BORCHERS, 62 Weaver street
Muriel McDONALD, Manchester
Hermanse HETZLE_, 78 Lime street
Andrew R. PEER, 57 Belmont street
Laura SCOTT, 105_ Exchange street
George HERBERT, _99 Ames street
Elizabeth MOLZAHN, 39 Mark street
Anna MOLZAHN, 39 Mark street
Minnie MOLZAHN, 39 Mark street
Arthur MOLZAHN, 39 Mark street
Maybell GAY, 403 Park avenue, Brighton
Arthur F. GAY, 403 Park ave., Brighton
Rose LASARUS, 6 Lawrence street
Train RUSSELL, Avon
Ethel RUSSELL, Avon
Ella D. RUSSELL, Avon
Pauline MILLER, 5_6 Central Park
Florence RAICHIE, 24 Weddale Way
Edward MENOR, 108 Delevan street
Irene MENOR, 108 Delevan street
Genevieve KENNEDY, 106 Delevan street
Emil KIRCHER, 444 Alphonse street
Joseph KIRCHER, 444 Alphonse street
William MORRIS, 16 Herman street
Abraham GOLDMAN, 52 Buchan Park
Israel GOLDMAN, 52 Buchan Park
Oscar KAPLAN, 3_ Hanover street
Bertha STURM, 12 Evergreen street
Josephine REILAND, 269 Avenue B
Agnes REILAND, 269 Avenue B
Estelle GUMETT, 269 Avenue B
Leon KIMPAL, 12_ William street
Marietta E. THURSTON, Gates
Hyman GOLDSTEIN, 62 Herman street
Arnold GOLDSTEIN, 62 Herman street
Theresa ROEPER, _9 Buchan Park
Mattie CORBIN, 118 Seventh street
Carl CORBIN, 118 Seventh street
Lester CORBIN, 118 Seventh street
____ HASENHOR, 600 Campbell street
Marie J. CROUCH, 10 Lake ave., Canandaigua
Fred WOGGON, 480 Avenue A
Jennie WOGGON, 480 Avenue A
Joseph SCHUTTE, _30 Hudson avenue
Herbert REINSCHMIDT, 57 Sullivan street
Leroy MARTIN, Highland ave., East Brighton
Frances WELLAND, 20 Ketchum street
Isaac DESFITH, 23 Frederick park
Marjorie MATTISON, Center street, Canandaigua
Edna FAIRCHILD, West ave., Canandaigua
Harriet BACKUS, 34 Carter street
Mabel EMLER, 24 Allmeroth street
Justina LAEMLEIN, 394 Hudson avenue
Louisa MURA, 21 Campbell street
Martha UNTERBORN, 58 Hoeltzer street
William SCHENCK, 31 Carl street
J. MARTS, Suburban Hotel, Irondequoit
Bertha MARTS, Suburban Hotel, Irondequoit
Florence MARTS, Suburban Hotel, Irondequoit
Hattie MARTS, Suburban Hotel, Irondequoit
Wm. MARTS, Suburban Hotel, Irondequoit
Frank SCHWIND, 42 Remington street
Elizabeth GALL, 29 Carl street
Freddie GALL, 29 Carl street
Dolores BAUER, 525 Lyell avenue
Earl BRAYER, 82 Orchard street
Ethel BRAYER, 82 Orchard street
Edna BRAYER, 82 Orchard street
Edward SMITH, Manchester
Christina WELLAND, 20 Ketchum street
Mary WELLAND, 20 Ketchum street
Minnie WELLAND, 20 Ketchum street
Frances WELLAND, 20 Ketchum street
Jennie L. BRADLEY, 11 Orleans street
Edwin E. BRADLEY, 11 Orleans street
Wallace S. BRADLEY, 11 Orleans street
Eddie KINDLEY, 42 Herald street
Herbert MICKEL, 10 Carl street
Gertrude DEMBSIE, 38 Carter street
Margaret DEMBSIE, 38 Carter street
Johnnie DEMBSIE, 38 Carter street
Annie DEMBSIE, 38 Carter street
Grace HYNA, Willard, N. Y.
Elizabeth HYNA, Willard, N. Y.
Foster FARNSWORTH, Shortsville
Samuel APPELBAUM, 45 Vienna street
Lulu APPELBAUM, 45 Vienna street
Estella BLOOMER, 47 Sullivan street
Martha SELKE, 1_1 Weaver street
Chester NELSON, 4 Fair place
Elmer AULENBACHER, 120 Clifford street
W. AULENBACHER, 120 Clifford street
Elsie BLECK, 20 Rauber street
Ida GOODMAN, 30 Weyl street
Agnes GOODMAN, 30 Weyle street
Norman GOODMAN, 30 Weyl street
Chester GOODMAN, 30 Weyl street
Dorothy GOODMAN, 30 Weyl street
Margaret GOODMAN, 30 Weyl street
Gertrude GESSNER, 30 O'Neil street
Mary GESSNER, 30 O'Neil street
Lesser EBER, 140 Chatham street
Max RUBENS, 12 Harrison street
Julius HILLFMAN, 12 Harrison street
Carrie MUELLER, 7 Loomis street
Henry MELLNE, 44 Sullivan street
Elizabeth MELLNE, 44 Sullivan street
Teresa SCHELLINGER, 248 Alphone street
Norman BACKUS, 34 Carter street
John BACKUS, 34 Carter street
Gertrude STEIMES, 52 Reis street
Leo STEIMES, 52 Reis street
Martha STEIMES, 52 Reis street
Frank LOVE, 310 Frost avenue
Dorothy BAKER, _3 Tremont street
Charles KILDEA, 181 Clifton street
Anna KILDEA, 181 Clifton street
Elizabeth KILDEA, 181 Clifton street
Walter KILDEA, 181 Clifton street
Zelma M. OAKES, 55 Lime street
Ruth NICHOLSON, 36 Austin street
Earl MILLER, 52 South street
Floyd MILLER, 52 South street
Edward HAHN, 276 Weaver street
Freida HAHN, 276 Weaver street
Catherine HAHN, 276 Weaver street
Herbert HAHN, 276 Weaver street
Mary DIEGELMAN, 46 Martin street
May ELTER, 40 Van Stallen street
Florence ELTER, 40 Van Stallen street
Ruth ELTER, 40 Van Stallen street
Dorothy ELTER, 40 Van Stallen street
Franklin E. JONES, 215 Chapin st., Canandaigua
Ethel HIBBS, 128 Monroe avenue
Dora HETHLER, 466 Exchange street
Samuel FINK, 15 Hanover street
Hattie PRICE, 11 Prospect street
Dorothea MATTHEWS, 20 Avondale park
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BABY BOY FOUND BEHIND THE DOOR
 
By Matron of Rochester Orphan Asylum
He Was Noisy and Dirty
Is a Blonde and Has Stubby Nose, But It Isn't Believed that These
Characteristics Will Lead to Identification -- Two Women in Case
 
    Some young mother with a boy baby a few months of age that she could not bring up properly took it to the Rochester Orphan Asylum, Hubbell park, last evening and left it behind the door of the large entrance on Hubbell park. It was found there a few moments later by Miss DINEHART, superintendent of the asylum.
    Who the mother is the police are trying to find out. Captain ZIMMERMAN detailed Special Night Policeman YAWMAN on the case. YAWMAN found that no clew to the identity of the child's mother had been left at the asylum.
    With the child was left a half-pint whisky bottle partly filled with cold sour milk. The clothes about the waif were so dirty that they were gingerly removed and thrown into the back yard with a pair of tongs. One side of the bottle was almost covered by a large blue sticker tightly pasted on and bearing these words: "Monroe Pure Rye Whisky." The address on the sticker was Streicher Brothers, wholesale liquor house, No. 24 Andrews street. After the sour milk had been changed for some that was sweet the baby stopped its crying and went to sleep.
    From Mrs. Alice HARTIGAN, who lives opposite the asylum, at No. 30 Hubbell park, it was learned that close to 8:30 o'clock last night two women, who she assumed might be mother and daughter from their apparent ages, walked past the asylum from the direction of Exchange street. As they reached the board steps of the asylum they slowed up, then passed on. The older woman then walked ahead of the younger, who was carrying the infant.
    That was all that Mrs. HARTIGAN noticed. She thinks that the woman returned and that one of them ran up the steps, left the baby and ran down. She did not see them after the first time and noticed their actions then only because it was an odd hour for anyone to be going to the asylum with a baby. It could not have been more than three or four minutes after the infant was left when Matron DINEHART, while passing through the front hall, heard the child crying outside the door. The was opened and the child discovered on the floor, behind the door.
    It was a very dirty baby. When it had been cleaned it was found to be a baby boy with light hair and blue eyes. It was quite fat. The age of it is as much a puzzle, even to the matron, as the age of Ann. Although she has had thirteen years' experience with all kinds of babies, she will not venture an estimate of this infant's age.
    "It may be only four months and it may be six months, but I don't believe it is more than six months old," was the most that Matron DINEHART would say.
    The only peculiarity of the infant that might lead to its identity by someone who knows it is a faint rash circular about the size of a silver dollar, on the left cheek. A small stubby nose might also aid in its identification.
    Soon after the baby had been taken in, a woman in black was noticed standing in an ally at the rear of the asylum watching the windows. The matron sent a nurse to see who she was, but the woman disappeared.
    There is a possibility that someone who rode on an Exchange street car that passed out Exchange street at about 8:30 o'clock last night noticed the two women with the baby and knows who they are. It is thought they were dressed in black. The clothes the baby wore were once white.
    Just why the child was left may remain a mystery, but sure it is the boy will be brought up properly while it is in the Rochester Orphan Asylum under the care of Matron DINEHART.
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STRUCK BY A TRAIN
 
Lyons Man Carried Several Rode and Lives to Tell the Story
    Lyons, May 21 - George A. TROMER, an employee of the New York Central, had a thrilling experience this morning, being struck by a West Shore fast freight train and carried a distance of a dozen rods. He is alive to tell the story, TROMER works on a bridge on the West Shore near Clyde. About 9 o'clock this morning he started to walk down the track for a piece of iron he wanted to use. Owing to the noise made by the workmen and riveters on the bridge, he failed to hear the approach of the train or to heed the warning whistle.
    TROMER was struck by the pilot of the engine and carried a distance of twelve rods before the train could be brought to a standstill. He was unconscious when found, but soon revived and was taken at once to Clyde, where Dr. BARRETT was called to attend him. On examination it was found that the injured man had three ribs cracked and was badly bruised on almost every part of his body. It is also feared he may have sustained internal injuries. He was brought to his home in this village on the noon train.
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DEATH OF PROMINENT LEROY WOMAN
    Le Roy, May 21 - Just before noon to-day, Mrs. Anna E. WELLS, one of Le Roy's most prominent residents, passed away after a long illness. Mrs. WELLS was the wife of the C. WELLS who was well known all over the county, being the manufacturer of Shiloh's medicines, and whose death occurred about four years ago, Mrs. WELLS was a native of Vermont and was 64 years of age. She was married in 1865, and since then her home had been in this village. She is survived by two daughters and one son. Mrs. M. J. ROOT, of New York, Mrs. E. W. BISHOP and Schuyler C. WELLS, of Le Roy. She also leaves three brothers and one sister; Horace HOOKER, of Le Roy, William HOOKER, of Batavia, Walter H. HOOKER, of Buffalo, and Mrs. J. H. PIXLEY, of Wyoming, Iowa.
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PLAGUE GERMS LOST
 
Thousands of Bacilli Taken from Indian Sufferers Lost by a Scientist
    Chicago, May 21 - Several thousand bacilli, taken from plague sufferers in India and inclosed in a small tin case, leather bound, has been lost somewhere between St. Paul and Chicago by W. W. H. HURLBUT, M. D., a scientist from London, England, who has arrived here. The bacilli are as yet unnamed, though labeled. Some are mounted and some are preserved alive. The objects were destined for the use of learned men of England and Germany in their researches regarding the Asiatic plague, which Dr. HURLBUT says, up to this time, have not yielded definite results. The loss has been reported to the police and railroad officials.
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SEVERAL CAPITALISTS SUBPOENAED
    New York, May 21 - Agents of the District-Attorney have served subpoenas on a number of well known capitalists and sportsmen, returnable next Monday. Among those said to have been notified are John W. GATES, John A. DRAKE and Mortimer SCHIEFF. The recipients of the summonses are divided in their opinions of the rights of District-Attorney JEROME in calling them before a decision had been secured in the case of Jesse LEWISOHN, who was recently questioned as to his knowledge of Richard CANFIELD'S house and refused to answer.
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PROPOSED UNION OF CHURCHES
    Washington, May 21 - The brief session of the general conference of the Methodist Protestant Church to-day developed but one feature. Rev. Dr. F. T. LITTLE, of Baltimore, submitted a proposition for a union between the Methodist Protestant and the Methodist Episcopal Churches. It was referred to a committee which will consider also the proposed union between the Methodist Protestant denomination and the Congregationalists and United brethren. The conference adjourned at noon until Monday.
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DENINGER -- SCHRIER
 
Elaborate Afternoon Wedding in Church of Our Lady of Victory
    In Our Lady of Victory Church on Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, Miss Gertrude, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph SCHRIER, of No. 566 Maple street, was married to A. J. DEININGER, by Rev. A. NOTEBAERT. The bride was dressed in blue foulard trimmed with white lace. The bridesmaid was Miss Margaret SCHRIER, and the best man was John SCHRIER, sister and brother of the bride, Little Misses Lillian RELYEA and Bessie VEITH acted as flower girls.
    After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry RELYEA, at No. 20 Draper street. among the out-of-town guests were Professor C. H. QUIRK, of Lima; Misses Lillian, olive and Cora SCHRIER and Laurie and Edward SCHRIER, all of Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. B. N. THOMPSON, of Syracuse; G. D. THOMAS and family, of Cleveland, and Arthur C. JONES, of Watertown.
    Mr. and Mrs. SEININGER were the recipients of nearly a hundred gifts, including a chest of silverware from the groom's employees. They left for St. Louis and will be at home after June 1st at No. 494 North street.
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MAN KNOCKED FROM BIKE HAS A FRACTURED SKULL
 
Rode Down Steep Grade From Spring Street to Caledonia Avenue and Was Struck by Car
    Gaitono PASAQUAL, 23 years old, of No. 19 Hilton street, is at the City Hospital with a fracture at the base of the skull, and the physicians believe he will be dead before noon to-day. He was struck by a Clinton and Jefferson avenue car at 9:40 o'clock last night in Caledonia avenue near Spring street. The car was in charge of Motorman O'BRIEN and Conductor O'KEEFE.
    PASAQUAL rode west in Spring street down the sharp grade leading to Caledonia avenue. A Plymouth and Parsells avenue car passed citywards and PASAQUAL darted in behind it. He did not look for the Clinton and Jefferson car following. He was knocked from his wheel. Whether the fracture at the base of the skull was caused by the car striking his head or his head striking the pavement is not known. He was unconscious when removed to the hospital.
    The accident was reported to Lieutenant KLUBERTANZ at police headquarters with the fact that a pay envelope found on the man bore the name of Tony JONES and The Genesee Construction Company, No. 207 Elwanger and Barry building. The Lieutenant by diligent telephoning learned that the Italian worked for Frederichs & Company. Frederichs did not know the man's residence and referred to a State street Italian who might. The Lieutenant finally found PASAQUAL's brother, who went to the hospital and identified him. The injured man is single and has two brothers in this city.
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BOTTLE MESSAGE POINTS TO ROMANCE AND TRAGEDY
 
But the Chances Are That It Is the Work of a Practical Joker --
Bottle Found in Canal
    In a bottle found at lock 65 late yesterday afternoon there is the inkling of a tragedy. Whether the message in the bottle is genuine or was written as a joke hasn't been learned. The bottle was turned over to Sergeant McGUIRE, of the Fourth precinct, last night and he reported the matter to Coroner KILLIP and sent the bottle and note to Captain ZIMMERMAN at headquarters. The Captain detailed Specials McINERNEY and EHRMANTRAUT to investigate. They are looking for the author of the farewell note.
    The note was written on a piece of paper bearing the name of the Baggage Handlers' Union which was recently organized in the rooms of the Electrical Workers' Union, over No. 86 State street. The name of the organizer, ROSNER was on the note.
    "I am not to blame, but a ____ ____ woman is," was written on one side of the paper with the date, May 7th, and signed "P. D. G."
    On the other side was: "You will find my body in the canal."
    The sequel will be dug up to-day by the policeman on the case, if it is possible to do so.
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MARRIED
 
MOORE - WALKER - The engagement is announced of Miss Ethel WALKER, of Jay street, formerly of Canada, to W. M. MOORE, of this city. The wedding will take place in June.
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DIED
 
VANDEVATE - In this city, on Saturday, May 21, 1904, Leonard VANDEVATE, Sr., aged 80 years.
-Funeral from his late residence, No. 68 Sherman street, Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
 
BARNUM - In this city, Saturday, May 21, 1904, at her home, No. 23 Portsmouth terrace, Julia CULVER, widow of John Thompson BARNUM and mother of Nathaniel C., of this city, and John T. BARNUM, of Minneapolis, Minn.
-Notice of funeral hereafter. Buffalo papers please copy.
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JOHN D. CHAMBERLAIN
 
Well-Known Resident of West Side Dies While Mowing His Lawn
    John D. CHAMBERLAIN, a retired merchant, died suddenly early yesterday afternoon at his home, No. 360 West avenue, while mowing the lawn. He had appeared in perfect health and was hastening through his work so that he could witness the kite-flying contest at Genesee Valley Park. While conversing with a painter who was working about the premises, he threw up his hands and sank to the ground dead. Apoplexy was the cause.
    John Demster CHAMBERLAIN was born in Belleville, Jefferson county, September 6, 1836. He was a grandson of Benjamin CHAMBERLAIN, of Revolutionary fame. Mr. CHAMBERLAIN was educated in Belleville Academy, Belleville, N. Y. When quite young he engaged in the grocery business. He married Miss Helen J. BROWN, of Lorainne, N. Y., and later removed to Camden, Oneida county. He entered the flour and feed business and remained there until 1872, when he came to Rochester. From 1872 to 1880 Mr. CHAMBERLAIN was interested in the underwear business. For the next two years he was interested with John FAHY in the manufacture of straw hats. After that he retired for three years. In 1886 Mr. CHAMBERLAIN became president of the J. T. Schaffer Manufacturing Company, which office he held until 1900, when he retired from active business.
    Mr. CHAMBERLAIN was a member of the Masonic order in Camden while engaged in business there. He was president of the West End Improvement Association and the Rochester Equity and Safe Deposit Loan Association, and held that office for several years in the Rochester Profit and Loan Association. He once was a candidate for office of supervisor, Mr. CHAMBERLAIN had attended the Central Presbyterian Church for the past twelve years.
    Mr. CHAMBERLAIN leaves his wife and three sons, Fred B., of St. Paul; Frank D., of Columbus, O., and Clarence M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Rochester.
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WILLIAM G. BOLUS
 
Spanish War Veteran Buried With Military Honors
    The funeral of William G. BOLUS was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home, No. 1_1 Smith street. The services were conducted by Rev. Clarence A. BARBOUR, D. D., pastor of the Lake Avenue Baptist Church. Mr. BOLUS was a member of Company I, 202d Regiment, Volunteer Infantry, and served with the company in Cuba.
    A squad, in charge of Corporal HANFORD, of the First Separate Company, composed of the following members of the First and Eighth companies, fired three volleys over the grave: Privates BOWMAN, GAMMON, A. GRAHAM, HARVEY, ARCHAMBAULT and SYMONDS. Taps were sounded by Bugler Earl HAAS, of the First. The bearers were the following members of L. Bordman Smith Command, Spanish War Veterans; H. G. LIVINGSTON, J. H. RAYMOND, J. DITTMAN, George STEWART, F. L. PEIFFER and E. A. BURKHARDT.
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    John P. HILENBRANDT died at his home, No. 132 Asbury street, yesterday, aged 26 years. He leaves besides his father and mother, two sisters and one brother. The remains will be taken to Ladd's Corners for burial.
 
    Mary MALLON_ died last night at the residence of Margaret SHORT, No. 23 Manhattan street. She leaves a brother, William, of this city, and a sister, Mrs. TURNER, of Canandaigua.
 
    Leonard VAN_EVATE, Sr., died yesterday morning at his home, No. 68 Sherman street, aged 80 years. He leaves two sons, Peter and Leonard, Jr., and one daughter, Mrs. E. S. STRONG.
 
    Dr. Lewis B. ANDREWS died yesterday at his home, No. 560 Main street east, after an illness of ten days, aged 40 years.
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CONFISCATED SLOT MACHINES
    Captain ZIMMERMAN was informed last night that Stevens & Cavanaugh's saloon, No. 122 Main street west, held some slot machines. The Captain detailed Sergeant KLEIN and Policeman BURKE, with the patrol wagon, to raid the saloon. They captured three slot machines of the penny type. A little further up the street they took another.
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MR. CHAS P. GRUPPE
    This illustrious artist, who left Rochester some years ago to seek fame in foreign lands, and succeeded, is in our city for a brief stay before going to the World's Fair at St. Louis. He has been renewing his acquaintances and friendships during the past few days, and his many friends will no doubt be pleased to know that he has consented to make an exhibition of some of his recent work in this city.
    Mr. GRUPPE is to be congratulated upon the great success which he has achieved in the art world. He is the possessor of several medals. His pictures have been purchased by royalty, and he is on the high road to the goal of his ambition.
    A hasty survey of his pictures to be exhibited reveals the tremendous strides which he has made since his sojourn in Holland. In the company of such men as MARIS, BLOMMERS, MESDAG and NEUBUYS, he has felt the influence of the best modern Dutch painters, and it shows in his work. His style has changed greatly from that which he used when living here, his subjects also showing a marked difference. The greatest number of his present pictures depict the life of the humble Dutchman at home, where he is most picturesque and interesting. About one-half of the pictures are in oil and one-half in water color. We have no doubt that the many friends of Mr. GRUPPE will be glad to avail themselves of this opportunity of seeing the great advance he has made in the world of art, and to secure one of these gems directly from the artist.
    The exhibition, which will remain for a week, opens to-morrow at the galleries of the Empire Moulding Works, No. 60 East avenue, opposite Chestnut street where the pictures have been tastefully arranged and can be seen to the best possible advantage.

 
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Mon May 23, 1904
 
BODY IN THE UPPER RIVER
 
Man Drowned Found Above La Salle, Marks of Identification
    Niagara Falls, N. Y., May 22 - While Mr. and Mrs. MYERS, of Hamilton street, La Selle, were rowing on the upper river at a point near the line of the towns of Niagara and Wheatfield, to-night, they found a body of a man and towed it ashore. Coroner SLOCUM, of this city, took charge of the body.
    It is that of a man 33 or 35 years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall, smooth face and brown hair. He wore a black negligee shirt, black serge vest, black trousers and good shoes. The coat and hat were missing.
    In the pocket were thirty-five cents, a knife with dark bone handle and a bunch of keys, a small celluloid covered memorandum book gotten up by the Schoelikopf, Hartford & Hanna Company, of Buffalo, on the fly-leaf of which was "Bashhaltum;" several tickets connected with drawings and three markers.
    To all appearances the body had been in the water from three to five days and the man had met death by drowning.
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WIG NEARLY COSTS A LIFE
 
Man Who Tried to Save One From Drowning Thought He Had Scalped Him
    Trenton, N. J., May 22 - Alonzo MEYER, a business man, fell from his bicycle into the canal to-day at the bridge on North Montgomery street.
    Joseph WHITTAKER, who witnessed the accident, ran to his assistance, and as MEYER came to the surface near the shore the second time, grabbed his head by the hair and pulled with all his strength.
    To his astonishment the hair came off and WHITTAKER fell backward, shouting for help and thinking that he had scalped the man he tried to rescue. Help finally came and MEYER'S life was saved.
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DIES FROM POISON IN STOCKING
    Catskill, N. Y., May 22 - George L. ALBACESINS, aged 23, of Jersey City, paymaster at Alsen's cement works, here, died to-day of blood poisoning. A week ago he attended a dance wearing a new pair of shoes, which wore a blister on his heel. The dye from his stocking was absorbed and the poison caused death after terrible suffering.
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ULSTER POOR HOUSE BURNED
    Kingston, N. Y., May 22 - The Ulster county poor house, three miles from New Paltz, was totally destroyed to-day. The loss is placed at $50,000.
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LYONS MAN VICTIM OF SERIOUS ACCIDENT
 
Worked as Blacksmith on New West Shore Bridge at Clyde
    Clyde, May 22 - A serious and probably fatal accident occurred yesterday morning, about 8 o'clock, on the West Shore Railroad at the iron bridge, which crosses the Clyde river two miles east of this village. A large force of men are employed at that point in removing the old iron bridge and replacing it with a larger and more substantial structure.
    George A. TROMER, a former hardware merchant of Lyons, a man about 43 years of age, is employed as a blacksmith for these men. Yesterday morning while engaged in picking up washers from the tracks west of the bridge he was struck by the engine of an eastbound local freight and carried on the pilot of the engine to the east end of the bridge, where he rolled off between the tracks.
    He was found by his fellow workmen a few moments later and taken on a handcar to Clyde, where his injuries were cared for by a physician until the arrival of the 11:24 train, when he was taken to his home in Lyons, where he has a wife and one child. TROMER'S right leg was badly mangled and two ribs on his right side fractured. His left side was badly lacerated near the groin.
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CATTARAUGUS
 
Death of One of the Best Known Physicians of the County
    Olean, May 22 - Dr. Frank P. BLAIR, one of the best known members of the County Medical Society, died on Saturday night of cancer. He was 61 years old and had lived in Allegany for eighteen years. He was a Mason and a member of the Allegany School Board. His wife survives.
    Dr. BLAIR was operated on last week at the hospital, where he died.
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SUDDEN DEATH OF YOUNG WIFE OF CLYDE BARKER
    Nunda, May 22 - When Clyde BARKER of Cooperville entered his house for dinner yesterday he found his wife lying on the floor unconscious and apparently dead. Help was summoned and a physician sent for, but she never regained consciousness and died at 3 o'clock that afternoon. Dr. BROWN summoned Coroner BOWEN, of Mount Morris, and a post mortem disclosed that she died of neuralgia of the heart.
    They had been married but nine months. She was the eldest daughter of William CLINTON and 18 years of age.
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MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES
    Mount Morris, May 22 - The conference committees of the local G. A. R. Post and the Woman's Relief Corps have completed arrangements for Memorial Day services in this village. The speaker is to be Judge William CARTER, of Avon; president of the day, John F. CONNOR; marshal, C. J. PETRY; music director, Mrs. C. H. GLADDING; Woman's Relief Corps will be in charge of flowers and decorations. Exercises will be held in Se;mour's]sic] Opera House at 2 P. M.
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ORLEANS
 
Outcome of the Signor Prize Contest at Albion
    Albion, May 22 - In the Signor prize contest for the best rhetorical work among High School students appointed to compete, Miss Lilah A. ONDERDONK won the prize for recitation, giving "The Gipsy Flower Girl." Honorable mention was made of the recitation "Gazelle and Swan," by Miss Mildred G. GREGORY.
    For the best declamation, the judges gave the choice to William CARR, subject, "The Meaning of Our Flag." Honorable mention was made of the oration of D. Bernard RYAN, subject. "A Sketch of Bonaparte." The prize essay went to Lloyd E. BUDD, subject, "Thomas A. EDISON."
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SALMON -- STEINMETZ
    Miss Hanna STEINMETZ and Morris SALMON were united in marriage last night at the home of the bride's cousin, Mrs. H. FOX, No. 37 Scio street, Rabbi GINSBERG officiating. The bride wore silk crepe de chine trimmed with duchesse lace and carried bride's roses. The maid of honor was Miss Rose PRESENT, the best man, E. H. SALMON, brother of the groom, and the bridesmaids, Misses Dorothy and Gertrude SALMON, sisters of the groom. The ushers were J. STEINMETZ and R. STEINMETZ, brothers of the bride. After the ceremony the wedding supper was served to about forty guests. Among those from out of the city were Mrs. J. B. KAIROW, of Baltimore, Md., E. H. SALMON, of Perry. Mr. and Mrs. SALMON will be at home after June 1st at No. 58 Joseph avenue.
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RECORD OF DEATHS
 
Joel YORK died yesterday morning at the home of his son-in-law, Dr. M. C. RUTHERFORD, No. 117 Campbell street, aged 73 years and 3 months. He leaves two sons, William H. and J. Frank YORK, and two daughters, Mrs. Roy HOLLIDAY and Mrs. RUTHERFORD.
 
Mary MALLON died Saturday night at her home, No. 23 Manhattan street. She leaves one brother, William MALLON, of Rochester, and one sister, Mrs. P. TURNER, of Canandaigua.
 
Julia M. LAUFER died yesterday morning at the family home, No. 50 Lincoln street, aged 34 years. She leaves a mother and one sister, Mrs. Rose WEBER.
 
Hattie, daughter of Carl and Frederica DECHAU, died yesterday at the family residence, No. 1058 Genesee street, aged 10 years.
 
Frank J. J., son of Joseph and Mary V. WEISSENSEN, died yesterday at the family home, No. 2_ Centennial street, aged 3 weeks.
 
Carl, infant son of Carl and Mary KIEL, died yesterday at the family residence, No. 305 First street.
 
Elizabeth, wife of Ed HOMMEL, of Syracuse, formerly of Rochester, died yesterday morning.
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DR. L. B. ANDREWS
 
Death Saturday of One of Rochester's Well Known Physicians
    Dr. Lewis B. ANDREWS died Saturday at his home, No. 560 Main street east, of pneumonia, after a brief illness. The decedent was born in Bergen, N. Y., February 27, 1864, and received his education at the Bergen High School, State Normal School and Buffalo University. He practiced his profession for fourteen years in Bergen and Bryon, coming to Rochester in 1899, giving his attention mostly to diseases of the nose, throat and ear. He was an elder and trustee of St. Peter's Presbyterian Church, a member of Monroe Commandery, K. T., and Yonnondio Lodge, F. and A. M., also of the Rochester Pathological Society and the Monroe County Medical Association.
    Dr. ANDREWS leaves his wife and son, Morris, his father and mother, Dr. and Mrs. Robert ANDREWS, of Bergen, and three brothers, Dr. C. H. ANDREWS. Buffalo, Rev. F. E. ANDREWS, of Fowlerville, N. Y., and Dr. R. M. ANDREWS, of Bergen. The remains will be taken to Bergen for interment.
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DIED
 
LAUFER - Sunday morning, May 22, 1904, at the family residence, No. 50 Lincoln street, Julia M. LAUFER, aged 34 years. She leaves a mother and one sister, Mrs. Rose WEBER.
-Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 P. M., from house and at 2:30 o'clock from Salem Church, Franklin street.
 
MALLON - Saturday evening, May 21, 1904, at her home, No. 23 Manhattan street, Mary MALLON. Deceased leaves one brother, William MALLON, of this city; and one sister, Mrs. P. TURNER, of Canandaigua.
-Funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house, and at 9 o'clock from St. Mary's Church.
??? - Funeral Tuesday, May 24th, from the house, 3 P. M.
 
WEISSENSEL - Sunday, May 22, 1904, at the family residence, No. 23 Centennial street, Frank J. J., son of Joseph and Mary V. WEISSENSEL, aged 3 weeks.
 
CHAMBERLAIN - In this city, Saturday, May 21, 1904, John D. CHAMBERLAIN, aged 68 years.
-Funeral will take place from his late home, No. 360 West avenue, on Tuesday, at 2 p.m.
 
ANDREWS - In this city, Saturday morning May 21, 1904, Dr. Lewis B. ANDREWS, aged 40 years.
-Funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 560 Main street east, on Monday at 11:30 A. M. The remains will be taken to Bergen for burial on the train leaving Rochester at 1:05 P. M.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sun May 29, 1904
 
CHILDREN's GARDENING CLUB
 
Some of the seeds planted by early members of the Children's Gardening Club must be well out of the ground by this time. We should like to receive letters from the members, which can be printed on this page next Sunday, telling how their gardens are coming on and any incidents in connection with their work which they think would be of interest to the other members of the club.
    The weather has been very rainy and there has not been much sunshine so far, but except where seeds were planted in wet ground the gardens ought to be coming on nicely. It will need but a little warm sunshine now to bring them on so fast one can almost see them grow. It has been good weather for seeds too, and the members must use sharp eyes to keep the weeds down now at the commencement of the season. A little faithful work at the start will give the tender plants a better chance to grow and will also lighten the labors of the gardeners later on. Once the weeds get a good start it takes considerable labor to keep the beds clear.
    It will be observed by the number of names of new members published to-day that the club keeps right on growing almost as rapidly as ever. Already the membership is larger than it ever was before. While the auxiliaries outside the city contain more members, the city membership also is very large. Canandaigua, Lyons, Fairport, Pittsford, Brighton and other places all have many members among the school children and the members in the city may be very sure that those outside will try hard to make the best showing. This breadth of interest will add to the enjoyment of all the members and as the hospital patients will get the benefit the usefulness of the club will be increased.
    Children who desire to become members of the club are again requested to send in their names by mail, instead of coming to the office personally. This prevents confusion and enables the workers in the children's department to get out the seeds more expeditiously. So far as possible all the names received up to Friday are printed in the Sunday paper, but a good many come in the late mails which cannot be reached before the page closes. If your name is sent in late in the week, do not be disappointed therefore, if it does not appear in the paper until the following week.
    Children who wish to join the club should send in their names and addresses writing both very plainly, and naming two varieties of seeds which they may choose from this list: Aster, bachelor's button, calliopsis, candytuft, dianthus, marigold, mignonette, nasturtium -- tall and draft -- petunia, phlox, sweet peas, double zinnia.
    They will then be enrolled as members, their names will appear on this page, and each one will be sent two packages of seeds, cards to be used in taking the flowers to the hospitals, a membership badge and a letter containing further instructions. The object of the club, as all doubtless know, is to bring sunshine into the lives of the sick ones at the hospitals by keeping them supplied with fresh flowers during the summer.
    A list of new members appears below:
 
Joseph LANG .....................................Florence MERKEL
Arthur MUHS .....................................Edward TROAN
Albert KUCHENBECKER .................Martha KUCHENBECKER
Mary WEIDMAN ..............................Josephine WEIDMAN
Ave(?) WEIDMAN ............................Irene REGER
Mary REGER .......................................Harold GEIMER
Franklin SEITZ ....................................Ella LEVIN
George GELMER ................................Charles BIEL
Anna HERDFELDER .........................Joseph BIEL
Irene RIEL ...........................................Mabel CONDON
Julia CONDON ...................................Clara WHIPPLE
Anna BIRR ..........................................Sorbert McCONVILL
Margaret KALB ..................................Belle GOTTLIEB
Hattie UNDERBERG ...........................E. NEUER
Francis McCONVILL .........................Rose SCHWIND
Martha WAHL ...................................R. NEUER
George WAHL ....................................Emma L. RUTTKOWSKI
Gladys THOMPSON ..........................George CALLAHAN
Pauline CALLIHAN ............................Lucy GODDARD
Elsie CALLAHAN ..............................Milton JOHNSON
Mildred SANDERS .............................J. HEANEY
Stella FISCHER ...................................J. HEAMEY
Lillian FISCHER ..................................Gustie ROGINSKY
R. KNIPPER .........................................Amelia KUBITS
Charlie KUBITS ..................................Norman KUBITS
Elsie KUBITS ......................................Lucy KUBITS
Irene KUBITS .....................................August GIEBER
Alma KUBITS .....................................Francis BAUER
Esther BROWN ..................................Robert KLANS
Alfred JAUNECK ...............................Emil KLANS
Raymond KLANS ...............................Delite GARRETT
Mamie KLANS ...................................Grace CARROLL
Arlo CARROLL ..................................Chester CAMPBELL
Loretta MERK .....................................Samuel AMDURSKY
Harold CAMPBELL ............................Roman MEYER
Harold MEYER ....................................Ralph MEYER
Elmer MEYER ......................................Cecelia MEYER
Alice MEYER ......................................Martha LEVERENZ
Loretta MEYER ...................................Henry DEMARTZ
Lillie LEVERENZ .................................Raymond WELCH
Minnie FACKELMANN ....................George WELCH
William WELCH ..................................Teresa BURKE
Mary HOLAHAN ...............................Emilia NOETH
Joseph KNOBBS ................................George NOETH
Lisette KNOBBS .................................Josephine NOETH
Hattie NOETH ....................................Albert HOFFMANN
Cecilia NOETH ...................................George OSTER
Florence NOETH ................................Joseph YOUNG
Elsie TODD..........................................Anna YOUNG
Bessie BEMARTZ ............................Willie OVENBURGH
Albert YOUNG ...................................Gordon PROCTOR
Bertha YOUNG ...................................E. J. WILLARD
Louisa ROMANS(?) ..........................Howard VAN ORDER
Fred SCHWIND .................................Gorton RAUBER
Anna VAN ORDER ...........................Barbara RAUBER
Pearl WOODEN .................................Jennie TOAL
Josephine RAUBER ..........................Mary SCHRAML
John RAUBER ...................................Mary BOPP
Bertha HOFFMAN ............................Gladys SCHOENHEIT
Elmer WHITEHOUSE ........................Sarah LIBERMAN
Arthur SCHWIND ..............................Arthur MAHER
Albert HILLER ....................................Ruth ROSS
Joseph SHICKER ...............................Edward ROSS
Carl ADE .............................................Ernie KUCKENBECKER
Nelson ROSS ......................................Florence WAGNER
Alma KRUSE ......................................Catherine HOFF
Carl WAGNER ...................................Agnes WELCH
Alfred FISHER ...................................(L or D)illy KOLB
Charlie WELCH ..................................Irene KOLB
Teresa WELCH ..................................Rosa KRANS
Albert KOLB .......................................Lucy REULBACH
Rudolph KOLB ...................................Otto SANGER
Dora KNAUSDORF ...........................Mildred DURKEE
Julia STARK .......................................Anna  L. DURKEE
Libbie KLONICK ...............................Walter PAGELS
Roosevelt DURKEE ..........................Willie EBER
Emma ALDERMAN ...........................Ralph BISCHOP
Jennie MENDELSOHN ......................Sadie BERNSTEIN
Ethel SELOL ........................................Emma STORK
Viola MICKEL .....................................Rose STORK
Ida BERNSTEIN ..................................Flora REULBACH
Justine STORK ...................................August WERNER
Lillian HARTMAN .............................Henry WERNER
Irene WINTERCORN .........................Robert HARTMAN
Martha WINTERCORN .....................Gertrude HARTMAN
Ralph STIIFFLER ................................Hubert TROY
Albert GAWER ...................................Josephine SMITH
Anthony KLEEH ................................James MARSH
Henry SCHROTH ...............................Helen RAUCHENBERG
Edward HEILIGANTHALER ............Edward TUSCHONG
George KUHN .....................................Caroline ROTH
Edward WAHL ...................................Marie LUDWIG
Wallace STELLWAGEN ...................Cecelia NIEBLING
Harry GAFFY ......................................George NIEBLING
Isadore WOLF ....................................Esther WITTER
Eugene BARRY ..................................Lory DITNER
Claude BRYANT ................................Henry FISCHER
Daniel FITZGERALD .........................Arthur MARKURTZ
Frank KUHN ........................................Emma FINK
Myrtle Dr HOLLANDER ...................Albert HEINTZ
Eddie GAWER ....................................Alice LUDWIG
Fred PREBUS ......................................Edith LUDWIG
Bertha SCHROTH ..............................Raymond NIEBLING
John LILL ............................................Allie RICHARDSON
Bessie CHATFIELD ...........................Fremont WITTER
Hattie WAHL ......................................Louis FISCHER
Herbert STELLWAGEN ....................Benny ISHER
Martin SLAYER .................................Emil MARKURTZ
Francis HEALEY ................................Abbie FINK
Rosalla REISIG ...................................Loretta HEINLEIN
Maud SCHOEN .................................Eddie HEINLEIN
Elizabeth M. METZGER ...................Harry REICHERT
Martha BEIRKIRCH ..........................Margaret REICHERT
Georgia HEMPEL ..............................Carrie REICHERT
G. ROSER ............................................Margaret RAPPL
Henry BUELL .....................................Harry WOLTER
William BUELL ...................................Dora  DEUTSCH
Clemie MILLER ..................................George KUMMER
Ruth MUNTZ .....................................Coletta HEINLEIN
Elmer FOX ...........................................May HEINLEIN
Jacob WEISERS ................................Anna GAGNER
Arthur GUERINOT ............................John REICHERT
Aurella SAYARD ..............................Irene REICHERT
Loretta SELBIG ..................................Mary REICHERT
Raymond SELBIG ..............................Albert WOLTER
Frank KEEHLEY .................................Frank J. MILLER
Abie LAVNER ...................................Agnes STEPHANY
Fred RAUCHENBERG ......................Roy GLEBIE
Alice HOWE ......................................Arthur FISCHER
Josephine METZGER .......................A. CEOLETTE
Stella PLANT .....................................Estella SAYARD
Mamie BUCKLER ..............................Hortense SAYARD
Lauretta HOEFFEL ............................Martina SELBIG
Helen BUELL .....................................Lydia SELBIG
Louise BUELL ...................................Elsie EINSFIELD
Ora MUNTZ ......................................Israel LEVY
Hazel MEEKER .................................Katie ROSENBAUER
Clayton MEEKER .............................Rosie ROSENBAUER
Catherine HUEBNER,  East Brighton
Florence ROSENBAUER .................Caroline ROTH
Flossie GAYLORD ...........................Anna ROTH
Ida WAGNER ...................................Abie BLUM
Sadie WAGNER ................................Hattie GANGROSS
Katie WAGNER ................................Edward SCHOENHERR
Agnes VAN BORK ...........................Joseph SCHOENHERR
Tessie WORTH ................................Florence HOLZWORTH
Frank UEBELACKER .......................Rose REICHART
Albert REICHERT .............................Florence REICHERT
Teresa HOLZSCHUH .......................William GUTZNER
Mildred BLOOMER ..........................Charles WECKHERIEN
Clarence BLOOMER .........................Lillie MORTER
Frances SCHNEPF ............................Lillie REICHERT
Amelia SCHERF ................................John MILLER
Eddie WECKHERIEN .......................May FINK
Fred SEIDEWEND ............................Lulu DONOVAN
Bennie FELDMAN ...........................Theresa KECK
Edward MICKEL ...............................Emanuel KOLB
Freddie GALL ...................................Glimm SCHLOTZER
Elizabeth GALL ................................George SCHLOTZER
Adam KLECK ..................................Ward SCHLOTZER
Mary BUBEL ....................................Iszora HOOCK
Mollie MEYER .................................Anna GESSNER
Anna STANFEST ............................Sophia DE GRAFF
Barbara KECK ..................................Nellie DE GRAFF
Jennie DE GRAFF ............................Anna PEMP
Loretta KEMPH ...............................Rubin MILLKOPSKEY
Theresa PEMP .................................Morris DELENSKY
Joseph GLEBEL ...............................Phillip DELENSKY
Alfred GLEBEL .................................Abie LEVI
Pearl DITTMAN ...............................Naton LEVI
Frances KEMPH ..............................Arthur O'MELIA
Anna KOLB .....................................Thomas PERDUE
Eugene OTT ....................................Charles METZLER
Matilda WOLF ................................Frank FAILING
Aswald BAPP ..................................Helen LE FROIS
M. KIRCHGESSNER .......................Edward HAUBNER
Elmer E. ADKINS ...........................Alice DENNSTEDT
Sollie MILLKOPSKY ......................Isabell DENNSTEDT
Frank SCHROTH .............................Joseph DANSBACH
Anna DANSBACH .........................Mary DANSBACH
Bertha DANSBACH .......................Elizabeth REINSCHMIDT
Claudia LEDERMAN ......................Harold LEDERMAN
Marion SCHAEFER .........................Louise KREMBEL
Adelaide SCHAEFER ......................Leon KELLER
Charlie SCHAEFER ..........................John HAUBNER
Onadeleine SCHAEFER ...................Ida TIBBITTS
Frances SCHAEFER .........................Sylvia TIBBITTS
Meyer KAPLAN ...............................Amy WENTWORTH
Ida GOODWIN ..................................Herbert SOUTHWORTH
Gladys SOUTHWORTH ..................Stanley SOUTHWORTH
Willie CORCORAN ...........................Bertha BAYER
Carrie DUNN ......................................Norbert RAUBER
Mabel DUNN ....................................Delia MEHNE
Elmer KUNZER .................................Laura GALVIN
Irving RABB .....................................Freddie SCHMIDT
Henry VICINUS ................................Henry SCHMIDT
Frank MOREY ...................................Abie VERWEST
Georgie SCHMIDT ...........................Gertrude AYERS
Antoinette ROTH .............................Martha FESS
Agnes ROTH ....................................Cecelia FESS
Eugene FESS .....................................Charles AYERS
Florence McCLELLAND .................Walter STORM
Fred STORM ......................................Louis SCHNORR
George McCLELLAND .....................Ralph NOLAN
Katie WESTFALL ..............................Florence SCHOEFFEL
Irene LAWRENCE ..............................Ida SMITH
Arthur LAWRENCE ...........................Grace SMITH
Mary NILLONE ...................................Arthur SMITH
Oscar MART .......................................Lilly SMITH
William HERMAN ..............................Louise SMITH
George PAUL .....................................Edwin HECKNER
Elmer PAUL ........................................Julius HECKNER
Hazel HARWARD .............................Lena ADAM
Mary KLECH ......................................Lena ADAM [dup]
Frank KOSCHNECK ..........................Willie BRIEN
Irene SCHEFFINGER ..........................Marion ADAMS
Clarence SCHEFFINGER ....................Lucy WOLF
Bertha COMINSKY ............................George WOLF
Harry COMINSKY ..............................Herman E. WEBER
Eugene WOLF .....................................Joseph BECKER
Alexander WOLF ................................Amelia MILLER
Walter WOLF ......................................Bessie MOHR
Walter LINDKE ...................................Lizzie LORZ
Fred FREEHMESSER .........................May RICHTER
John GALLIGAR ................................Lizzie RICHTER
Alice GYSEL .......................................Frances RICHTER
Edward GYSEL ...................................Mildred E. BLOOMER
Rudolph LECHNER ...........................Michael BRUINS
Dora PRENNER ..................................Florence BRUINS
Charles H. WEBER ............................Marcus KRAUTER
Mary S. WEBER ................................Charles FINK
Rose GLEBEL .....................................Agnes MARCILLE
Frank GLEBEL ....................................Voltine WAHL
Mary GLEBEL .....................................Henry HALPERT
William HALBERT .............................Elizabeth HOHMANN
Edward K. BALL ................................Arthur ROBERTS
John M. BALL ....................................Theresa KRAMER
John M. BALL (dup) ..........................Edith LEWIS
Roberta COVER ...................................Irving KRECKMAN
Jacob FOUQUET .................................Frances RUSSER
Raymond SCHERER ...........................Gertrude BINTZ
Amanda KUNOW ...............................Bertha BINTZ
Harold KUNOW ..................................Marie BINTZ
Eleanor KUNOW .................................Mary HEPT
Richard HERR ......................................Eleanor BROWNYARD
Mildred HERR ......................................Arline BROWNYARD
Elmer J. BLOOMER .............................Lewis BROWNYARD
Rose WOSNICK ..................................Florence SANGER
Gladys MOFFAT ................................Myrtle KRECKMANN
Alfred KRECKMANN ........................Julia SPAHN,  Bergen
Beatrice V. HOLDREDGE, Medina
Leonard ZIMMER, Spencerport
Florabella TURNER, Manchester
Henry JONES, Manchester
James CRAIG, Manchester
Irving S. BOWEN, Medina
Margaret G. TOBIN, Willard
Margaret RAUCHENBERG
Johanna FLEISCHER
George KLEM, Webster
Florence KLEM, Webster
Isabell BEAN, Sodus
Mabel HANCOCK, Canandaigua
Lillian HANCOCK, Canandaigua
Margaret BONER, Medina
Frary HUTCHISON, Medina
Barbara THESING, Gates
Delores BUBEL, Gates
Ruth FESS, Gates
Lorine BUBEL, Gates
Edith BUBEL, Gates
Cornelius BUBEL, Gates
Robert HOOD, Medina
Dorothy HOOD, Medina
Helen K. WHIPPLE, Medina
Clenn NICHOLS, Spencerport
Dorothea MAHONEY, Willard, N. Y.
Rosie BIELCO, 540 Joseph ave.
 Alice ASHLEY, Canandaigua
James FRARY, Medina
Harley BROWNYARD, Marcille
Katie WESTFALL, Lincoln Park
Livingston HUNT, Avon
Grace LYONES, Lynn, Mass
Master LAUYER, Medina
Maude LAUYER, Medina
George A. SEITZ, Irondequoit
Genevieve R. SEITZ, Irondequoit
Grace LYONES, Lynn, Mass
Iren I. MARION, Lincoln Park
Wilber BLOSSOM, Clarkson
Harry MORRIS, Manchester
Durfee LEROY, Manchester
I. Belle RODNEY, Manchester
Ruby KNAPP, Manchester
Richard MURPHY, Canandaigua
Prudence FISH, Manchester
Esther COMISKEY, Manchester
Gertrude E. TOUHEY, Canandaigua
Gorman McMILLAN, Canandaigua
Lusena McMILLAN, Canandaigua
Hilda STEWART, Canandaigua
Constance STEWART, Canandaigua
Helen THOMPSON, Clifton Springs
Clara THOMPSON, Clifton Springs
Seymour BLOSSOM, Clarkson
Emmett McGRATH, Pittsford
Frank MARKS, Brockport
George MARKS, Brockport
Ada JONES, Canandaigua
George A. BENTON, Jr., Spencerport
Ethel M. BENTON, Spencerport
Clarence TAYLOR, Canandaigua
Edward TAYLOR, Canandaigua
Walter TAYLOR, Canandaigua
Ruth WILLIAMS, Willard, N. Y.
Gertrude COLE, Holley
Arena PACKARD, Holley
Ethel REID, Holley
Wellington, BOOTH, Brockport
William KOEHLER, Willard, N. Y.
Cret_ DEMING, Canandaigua
Ethel ALLEN, Brockport
Grace WHITE, Holley
Nettie STODDARD, Medina
Florence CLANCY, Gates
Laura CLANCY, Gates
Minnie CLANCY, Gates
Ethel CLANCY, Gates
Walter CLANCY, Gates
Alice CLANCY, Gates
Bernard LOCHNER, Webster
Mamie LOCHNER, Webster
Helen CLANCY, Gates
Ethly JUSTICE, Charlotte
Winifred PEAK, Medina
Frances POLER, Medina
Grace WYKOFF, Canandaigua
Raymond HOWARD, Medina
Agnes MEYER, Gates
Elizabeth KUCKENBECKER
Mildred KORN, Brockport
Jessie KORN, Brockport
Margaret BUTLER, Brockport
Mildred TURNER, Sodus
Nellie TURNER, Sodus
Castelle GAYLORD, Sodus
Esther L. SEHAKE, Pittsford
Anna UHL, Gates
Gregor KIRCHER, Gates
Mary FESS, Gates
Ottilla FESS, Gates
Mariah SOMERVILLE, Gates
Teresa UHL, Gates
Anna UHL, Gates
M. C. KENYON, Sodus Point
Gertrude WILLIAMS, Seneca Falls
Frank BAUER
Dorothy WILLIAMS, Seneca Falls
Helen OLMSTEAD, Canandaigua
Arline SHIRLEY, Canandaigua
Edwin LEONARD, Lincoln park
Cecelia LEONARD, Lincoln park
Mabel SCHWAB, Lincoln park
Anna SPIES, Lincoln park
Julia SCHULTES, Willard
Mary KENNELLERY, Fairport
Muriel McDONALD, Manchester
Sara RYAN, Brockport
Walter MILLER, Brockport
Lillian LINDKE, Medina
Myrtle SHAW, Medina
Hazel CULVER, Medina
Josie ZOMMEYVILLE, East Brighton
Mina ZOMMEYVILLE, East Brighton
Roy BAKER, East Brighton
Mamie SCHRAEDER, East Brighton
Edith SCHRAEDER, East Brighton
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CLARENDON MEMBERS PLEASED
 
The following letter was recently received from Miss Ada M. WADSWORTH, teacher of one of the Clarendon schools:
 
Dear Sirs:
    Received the seeds yesterday. The children were delighted with their seeds, buttons and especially with the cards to put on the bouquets. Other children in our school, seeing what had, thought they would like to send, and thus belong to the Gardening Club. Following are the names:
Merle BURR .........................................Rena POTTER
Alta HINDS ..........................................Blanche HILL
Karl HARDENBROOK .......................Bruce HARDENBROOK
Everett HEDGES ..................................Harry MAY
Harry KIMBALL .................................Tony CHRISTOPHER
Mary CHRISTOPHER .........................Josie VANELLI
John VANELLI .....................................Jennie HINDS
Lewis HILL ..........................................._raman HUICE
 
         CANANDAIGUA STILL INTERESTED
    The following names were last week added to the already long list of members from Canandaigua. These are pupils of the Chapel street school of that place, which is a branch of the Union Free school.
Gertrude CARR ....................................Irene HILBORN
Edna ENGERT ......................................Louise COX
Bertha DOUGLASS .............................Edwin McCARTHY
Marie TIFFANY ...................................Sylvia STONE
Willard CLAPPER ................................Antonio ALBIFONDE
Fred ENGERT ........................................Mary CONNELLY
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LETTERS FROM MEMBERS
 
What is Said by Little People Who Have Joined the Gardening Club.
    Raymond SCHERER, No. 922 Jay street, says: "I would like very much to join the Gardening Club again. It will be my second year. My first year was very successful and I hope this one will be the same. I have a little garden of my own in which I can plant the seeds. Last year I took my flowers to St. Mary's Hospital and think I will take them there this year."
    Roberta COVER, No. 26 Upton Park:
"We have a very little yard because of the barn, but we make the most of it. Every Saturday for the last two years I have taken flowers to the City Hospital and haven't belonged to the Gardening Club. I thing I will this year.
     Emmett M. McGRATH, Pittsford:
"I am very much interested in the Gardening Club and I would like to become a member."
    H. M. ALLEN, teacher of district No. 7, Hamlin, says: "The children were so pleased with the seeds and buttons, and I am sending the names of some others who are anxious to join too."
    Seymour BLOSSOM, Clarkson:  "My brother Wilber and I have been members of the Children's Gardening Club for two years. We wish to join again this year. We will carry the flowers to the sick in our community."
     Leo GILFOIL, No. 129 William street:  "I received my seeds. I have them planted and I thank you very much for sending them. I will take them to the hospital if they grow."
     Katie WAGNER, No. 295 Wilder street:  "I have been a member of the Children's Gardening Club for the past three years and have enjoyed it very much. I have two sisters who have been members also."
     Anna ROTH, No. 131 Allen street:  "I have heard that so many of my friends have joined the Children's Gardening Club that I would like to be one of your members and so would my sister."
     Flossie GAYLORD, No. 62 Lenox street:  "I was a member of the club last year and took my flowers to the City and St. Mary's Hospitals. I got asters and mignonette, but I only planted the asters, but as I am very ashamed to say I did not take good care of them and consequently they did not grow. I will promise not to forget them this year and I will let you know how they get along."
     Clayton and Hazel MEEKER, No. 28 Carter street:  "Having many friends who belong to the Children's Gardening Club and seeing the great interest they are taking in their gardens, we would also like to join, and perhaps we can also gladden many sick persons."
     Florence E. KL_, Webster:  "Last year I joined the Children's Gardening Club and found it great pleasure in raising them for the sick. I should like to join again this year."
     Amy WENTWORTH, No. 91 Hague street:   "I would like to be a member of the Children's Gardening Club. I love to raise flowers and take them to the hospital."
     Ruth WARNER,  "We have been a member of the Children's Gardening Club since it started. My brothers and sisters and myself would like to join again this year."
     Mary REICHERT, No. 2 Zeller place:  "I would like to join the Children's Gardening Club. My two sisters were in the hospital and they enjoyed the flowers we brought so much. I would like to cheer others who are shut in from the sunlight as they were."
     Louisa BUELL, No. 167 Magnolia street:  "As we had such good luck with our flowers last year, we thought we would like to join again."

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