Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Jan. 6, 1919
YOUNG MAN'S HEAD BLOWN OFF BY GUN
George FRENZ Comes to His Death by Accident
George FRENZ, 21 years old, who lived with his parents at No. 636(?) Merchants road, was found dead in the barn yard in the rear of his home yesterday morning. The top of his head had been blown off by a shotgun.
FRENZ went to the barn to do the chores. He usually carried a shotgun, his father told Coroner Frederick R. SMITH, to kill rats that infested the place. It is believed from the position in which the body lay, that the gun was accidentally discharged. The coroner gave a certificate of accidental death.
FORMER SUPERVISOR DIES
Jacob G. METZGER Drops Dead Suddenly at Penn Yan
Penn Yan, Jan. 5 - Jacob G. METZGER, aged 80 years, died suddenly Friday evening at the home of Dr. George SEELEY, in Liberty street, where he had been staying for the past few days. He was in the street Friday and was apparently well when he started upstairs for bed. He had hardly reached his room when the people in the lower part of the house heard a crash and going upstairs found him dead on the floor of his room.
He was born in Seneca county, but lived the greater portion of his life in the town of Torrey, in this country, in the affairs of which he was active. For several years he represented his town as supervisor. His wife died at their Dresden home in July, 1917. For several months past he had lived in Penn Yan, nearly all of the time at the home of his brother-in-law, William H. TOWNSEND, in East Main street.
He leaves one brother, George METZGER, of Romulus. The funeral will be held from the home of Mr. TOWNSEND to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The interment will be made in Evergreen cemetery, Dresden.
MAC CALLUM - At the residence, Sunday, Jan. 5, 1919, Maria MAC CALLUM. She is survived by her husband, Archibald MAC CALLUM; one son, William A. MAC CALLUM, four daughters, Mrs. A. C. HERMANCE; Miss Maude MAC CALLUM, Miss Lucy R. MAC CALLUM, of this city and Mrs. Charles COCHRANE, of Alden, N. Y.
-Funeral services at 2 P. M. Wednesday, Jan. 8, 1919, from residence, No. 7 Almira St. Burial at Mount Hope.
HOHENSTEIN - Entered into rest, on Jan. 5th, 1919, at the residence of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. DEGEN, 101 Savannah St., Rose Louise, only daughter of R. Mildred and Harry F. HOHENSTEIN, of A. E. F., in France, aged 8 years.
-Funeral from the residence, 101 Savannah St., on Tuesday, Jan. 7th, 1919, at 2 P. M. Burial at Mt. Hope cemetery.
ADAMS - In Penfield, N. Y., at her home, on Five-Mile line, Saturday evening, January 4, 1919. Helen ADAMS, aged 79 years. She is survived by her husband, Myron O.; two sons, George, of New York city and William, of Rochester; one grandson.
-Funeral from her late home Tuesday noon at 12 o'clock and from Mt. Hope Chapel at 1:30 o'clock.
RICHARDS - Suddenly, at his home, 148 Pearl St., Jan. 5th, 1919, Charles A. RICHARDS. He is survived by his wife, Mary Janette; two brothers, Arthur B., of Amherst, Mass., Almon M., of Bellows Falls, Vt., and one sister, Miss Julia M. RICHARDS, of Williamsburg, Mass.
-Funeral from the residence of his brother-in-law, A. H. BLOOM, 148 Pearl St. Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Burial at Johnstown, N. Y., on Wednesday.
ROOT - At Paris Island, South Carolina, Jan. 3rd, 1919, Harile T. ROOT, of the U. S. Marines. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Rose M. ROOT and one brother, Lynn P. ROOT, now with the U. S. Marines at Washington, D. C.; also one sister, Mrs. Fred SHEA. His body will arrive in Rochester Tuesday evening.
-Funeral from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson Co. Time to be announced later.
WALDOCK - At the family home, No. 263 Garson avenue, Saturday, January 4, 1919, Clara J., wife of Thomas H. WALDOCK. Besides her husband she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Thomas H. ADDISON, and three grandchildren, Olga N. ADDISON, John T. and Daniel WALDOCK, all of this city; two sisters, Mrs. C. J. WRIGHT and Mrs. Joseph GILLES, of Buffalo.
-Funeral from the home Tuesday afternoon, January 7th, at 2:30 o'clock. Funeral and burial private.
DOYLE - Mrs. Mary DOYLE died Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital, aged 72 years. She leaves a son, John DOYLE, and two grandsons, Eugene DOYLE, with the American Expeditionary Force, France, and William E. DOYLE at Camp Wheeler, Ga.
-The remains were taken to the home of her son, 96 Broadway, from where the funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 8:40 o'clock and 9 o'clock from St. Mary's Church.
LUEHM - Entered into rest, Saturday, January 4, 1919, at the residence, 360 Melville street, Louisa LUEACHER, age 76 years, beloved wife of Jacob LUE??? and mother of Mrs. John ROTHMELL, Mrs. Frank ? HUTCHINGS, Mrs. Louis ZIMMER, Mrs. Harry BAUMER, Samuel, Charles J., Benjamin and Joseph K. LUEHM, and sister of Rudolph LUESCHER. She also leaves ten grandchildren.
-Funeral Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 6, 1919, at 2:30 from the house.
COULMAN - At his residence, No. 141 Romeyn street, Sunday morning, January 5, 1919, Henry T. COULMAN. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Wattel COULMAN; one daughter, Mrs. A. W. STURROCK; two brothers, James COULMAN, of San Francisco and Charles COULMAN, of London, England.
-The remains were removed to Sche?erman's, No. 230 Brown street, from where the funeral will take place Wednesday morning, January 8th at 8:30 o'clock and at SS. Peter and Paul's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Kindly omit flowers.
FRENCH - At the Hahnemann Hospital, Saturday night, January 4, 1919, Mrs. Sarah FRENCH, wife of Walter FRENCH. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Agnes and Mildred FRENCH, one brother Walter DE PLANTY and one sister, Miss Alice DE PLANTY.
-Funeral Tuesday morning, January 7th at 8:30 o'clock from the family residence, No. 11 McConnell place and at 9 o'clock at Blessed Sacrament Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
HASSELWANDER - In this city, Sunday morning, January 5, 1919, John Joseph HASSELWANDER, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. HASSELWANDER. Besides his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Martin and Harvey HASSELWANDER.
-Funeral Tuesday morning, January 7th, at 10:30 o'clock from the family residence, No. 17 Rumel(?) street. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
TWIST - Entered into rest, suddenly, at Akron, Ohio, Friday, Jan. 3, 1919, Robert TWIST, formerly of this city, aged 41 years. He leaves his wife, Hattie EVANS TWIST; one daughter, Ruth TWIST and one sister, Mrs. Florence BEISHEIM. He was a member of the Naval Reserves and the Loyal Order of Moose.
-Funeral Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 7, 1919 at the residence of his sister, Mrs. John BEISHEIM, No. 828 South Goodman st. at 2 o'clock.
FOOTER - In the town of Victor, Saturday, January 4, 1919, Harriet J. METCALFE, wife of George S. FOOTER, aged 25 years, 5 months, 26 days, of pneumonia. She leaves besides her husband three children, Elsie(?) Jane, Beebe Doris and Grace Anna; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. METCALFE; two brothers, Walter Ernie and Ernest METCALFE, of Perinton, and one sister, Mrs. Maud KREGER.
-Funeral will be held at the home of her parents, stop 20, R. S. & E., Tuesday, January 7th, at 2 P. M. Burial at South Perinton cemetery.
SCHLITZER - Mrs. Mary Lawrence SCHLITZER, wife of Lewis SCHLITZER died Saturday morning at the home of her mother, Mrs. Catherine LAWRENCE, No. 490 Lyell avenue. Besides her husband and mother, she leaves one sister, Mrs. George RUFF; two brother, William C. and Lieutenant Raymond B. LAWRENCE, M. D., of Camp Beaver, S. C.
-Funeral Tuesday morning at 8:30 from the house and 9 o'clock at Holy Apostles Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
MAN FOUND DEAD IN BED
Charles A. RICHARDS, 68 years old, of No. 146 Pearl street, was found dead in bed at his home yesterday morning. Coroner Thomas A. KILLIP investigated the case and gave a certificate of death from heart disease.
SON-IN-LAW'S BLOW WITH HAMMER TELLS
Sends William Meyer of Buffalo To Hospital
With a blow with a hammer, William MEYER, 50 years old, who came to this city from Buffalo yesterday afternoon, was laid low last night when, as is alleged, he threatened to use a razor on his son-in-law, Paul SKIFF; of No. 78 Broadway, SKIFF used the hammer.
Mrs. MEYER lives with the son-in-law, and has been separated from her husband for several years. MEYER gained entrance to the Broadway home, and it is charged that when he got quarrelsome and SKIFF told him to leave he drew the razor. SKIFF says he seized the hammer, which was conveniently within reach, and when MEYER attacked him warded off the slash with the hammer. The hammer, however, landed on MEYER'S head.
MEYER was made almost unconscious by the blow, so the ambulance of the Hahnemann Hospital was called. An X-ray photograph of his head will be taken to-day.
The police say MEYER came to the city in the summer of 1917 and broke the windows and doors in his wife's home in William street. They say also MEYER shot at his wife several years ago and was arrested for the offense, but escaped punishment.
HURT WHEN STAIRWAY GIVES WAY
When Isadore IDELMAN, a traveling salesman, of New York, was ascending stairs in the building at No.3?0 Central avenue, yesterday afternoon, the stairway gave way and he fell about ten feet. He was removed to the Powers Hotel in an automobile and a physician was called. A leg was found to be bruised, but not broken.
McDALE - DONATELLA
Harriet DONATELLA and James McDALE, were united in marriage at Trinity Episcopal Church on New Year's day by Rev. Charles R. ALLISON. Mr. and Mrs. McDALE will be at home after January 15th at the home of the bride's mother, No. ?0 Masseth street.
EDWARDS - BAKER
Thomas ? BAKER announce the marriage of his daughter, Muriel J. BAKER, to Jas.(?) B. EDWARDS, of the U. S. S. Vestal, which took place in Washington, D. C., on December 24th.
NEW CITY CLERK IS NAMED
Will E. Martin, Former Village Clerk Appointed in Canandaigua
Canandaigua, Jan. 5 - Mayor Fred H. PARTRIDGE, yesterday afternoon announced the appointment of Will E. MARTIN as city clerk of Canandaigua, to succeed George N. PARMELE, whose death occurred a few days ago.
Mr. MARTIN served the village of Canandaigua as its clerk for several years and is familiar with the business of the municipality. He will retain Miss Ruth BOYLE as deputy clerk, she having served under two preceding administrations and understands the work thoroughly.
DAILY RECORD OF DEATHS
Mrs. Barbara H. LaFORCE, widow of William A. KENNEDY, died yesterday at the home of her son, Francis A. KENNEDY, No. 376 Main street west. She leaves two sons, William A. and Francis KENNEDY; seven brothers, John A., Joseph, Martin, Frank, Frederick and Michael LaFORCE, of this city and Val LaFORCE, of Canada, four sisters, Mrs. Katherine SCHWARTZ, Mrs. Rosalia A. EISENSOHN, Mrs. Lisa STEWART and Miss Anna LaFORCE, and three grandsons.
Maria MacCALLUM died yesterday at the home in this city. She leaves her husband, Archibald MacCALLUM, one son, William A. MacCALLUM and four daughters, Mrs. A. C. HERMANCE, Miss Maud MacCALLUM and Miss Lucy R. MacCALLUM, of this city, and Mrs. Charles COCHRANE, of Alden.
Nellie Nora PHILLIPS died yesterday at her home, No. 51 James street. She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles PHILLIPS, and two brothers, Robert and Frederick PHILLIPS. The lady was removed to No. 196 Main street west and will be sent to Wayland for burial.
Charles A. RICHARDS died yesterday at the home, No. 148 Pearl street. He leaves his wife, Mary Jannette RICHARDS; two brothers, Arthur R. RICHARDS, of Amherst, Mass., and Almon M. RICHARDS, of Bellows Falls, Vt., and one sister, Miss Julia M. RICHARDS, of Williamsburg, Mass.
Rose May SHANKE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carroll, died yesterday at the home, No. 68 Woodward street, aged 10 years. Besides her parents she leaves one sister, Miss Mary McINTYRE. Burial will be made at Moravia.
Rose Louise HOHENSTEIN, only daughter of B. Mildred and Harry ? HOHENSTEIN, died yesterday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. DEGEN, No. 101 Savannah street, aged 8 years.
Jan. 7, 1919
MAN WHO SHAVED CONDEMNED MEN IN THE DEATH HOUSE,
HIMSELF A MURDERER, IS PAROLED BY BOARD
Albion, Jan. 6 - The death house at Sing Sing prison has lost its barber, who for nineteen years has shaved little patches on the head of each prisoner condemned to die. The electrodes of the death chair were applied to the shaven spot on the scalp of the prisoner to be put to death. The shaving process took place just before the condemned men passed through the little black door into the death chamber.
Without a doubt one of the most noted condemned prisoners whose head Henry DORSCH, the Brooklyn wife murderer, shaved during the years he officiated as barber in the death house was Charles F. STIELOW, who was convicted and sentenced in this village in July, 1915, and by various court and gubernatorial action was scheduled no less than seven times to be electrocuted. On one occasion Judge Charles GUY of the Supreme Court, granted a stay of execution to STIELOW after DORSH had shaven his head for the deadly electric current. One of the last official acts of former Governor WHITMAN before his term of office expired was to grant an unconditional pardon to STIELOW and restore full citizenship to him.
The Board of Pardons included DORSCH in the twenty convicts to whom paroles were granted last week. DORSCH was serving a twenty-year to life sentence for murdering his wife in Brooklyn twenty years ago.
GOLD STAR FOR MEMBER
Phelps Fire Company Has Memorial for Seeley B. Parrish.
Phelps, Jan. 6 - A handsome gold star on which is engraved a memorial to the late SEELEY B. PARRISH, the only Phelps boy so far reported as having died overseas, now hangs beneath the service flag at the headquarters of the White Hose Company, of which he was a member.
A check for $20 as an appreciation from Nathan OAKS, for services rendered by its chemical apparatus when fire threatened the OAKS home at Oaks Corners a couple of weeks ago, was received yesterday by the White Hose Company.
WESTERN NEW YORK DEATHS
Mrs. Elias Wilcox
Brockport, Jan. 6 - The death of Mrs. Elias WILCOX occurred at an early hour this morning at a Rochester hospital. She was born near Churchville, March 17, 1865, and on October 2?, 1886, she married Elias WILCOX, of Brockport. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Fred, Earl and Theodore, and two daughters, Evelyn and Helen, all of Brockport; one sister, Mrs. Stephen McBRIDE, of Rochester; one brother, John BUTLER, of New York city, and several nieces.
-The funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at the Church of the Nativity, with burial at Mount Olivet cemetery.
MRS. SARAH S. PRICE
Honeoye Falls, Jan. 6 - Mrs. Sarah S. PRICE, wife of William MARSHALL, died suddenly at her home in Chili yesterday. Mrs. MARSHALL was 23 years old and was born in Rush in 1895. She was married about two years ago. Besides her husband she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. PRICE, and one brother, George E. PRICE, of Chili.
-Her funeral will be private from her late home to-morrow at 2 P. M. Interment at Garbutts.
MRS. SOPHIA L. LOONIE
Naples, Jan. 6 - Mrs. Sophia Lyon LOONIE, aged 78, died at her home in Main street yesterday. Mrs. LOONIE was born in Naples, the daughter of Simeon and Julia Holcomb LYON. In 1874(?) She married Captain John J. ???ETAOIN. Lived in Canandaigua until after the death of husband, over twenty years ago. Since then she has lived in Naples. She leaves three nephews, Arthur and Irving Lyon, of Brooklyn, and Daniel LYON, of Los Angeles, Cal.
LAMSON - In this city, January 5, 1919, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William A. LOCKWOOD, 170 Albemarle St., Drusilla, wife of the late J. Bradley LAMSON, aged 87 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. William LOCKWOOD; one son, William A. LAMSON, of Battle Creek, Mich., 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
-Funeral from 170 Albemarle St., Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
EMBURY - At his home, on Creek street, Penfield, Monday morning, January 6, 1919, Giles L. EMBURY, aged ?6 years. He leaves surviving him, one daughter, Mrs. Fred SEHM(?), of Penfield; also five brothers.
-Funeral from his late home in Penfield, Wednesday afternoon, January 8, 1919, at 1:15 o'clock and from the Methodist Church in Penfield at 2 o'clock. Interment at Oakwood cemetery. Masonic services at the church.
KENNEDY - On Sunday afternoon at the home of her son, Frank A. KENNEDY, 376 West Main St., Mrs. Barbara K. LA FORCE, widow of William A. KENNEDY, age 73 years. She leaves surviving 2 sons, Wm. A. and Frank A.; 7 brothers, John A., Joseph, Martin, Frank, Frederick, Michael LA FORCE, of this city and Val LA FORCE, of Canada; 5 sisters, Mrs. Katherine SCHWARTZ, Mrs. Rosalia A. EISENSOHN, Mrs. Liza STEWART, Katherine B. and Anna LA FORCE.
-Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house. Interment in Webster, N. Y. and Hammondsport papers please copy.
HARVARD - Verna Ruth HARVARD, infant daughter of John J. and Ruth Spring HARVARD, died Sunday night at the home, 159 Denver street, aged 4 ½ months.
-The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the house. Burial at Riverside cemetery.
HOLZHAUER - Entered into rest, Monday January 6, 1919, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry NEWMAN, No. 18 Amherst St., Mary HOLZHAUER, widow of Christopher HOLZHAUER, aged 78 years. She is survived by two daughters Mrs. Harry NEWMAN and Mrs. Edell HAWKINS, and one son, Martin HOLZHAUER; one grandson, H. Earl NEWMAN.
-Funeral from the house Wednesday afternoon, January 8, 1919, at 3 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Hope.
FRENZ - At the family residence, No. 636 Merchants road, Sunday, Jan. 5, 1919, George FRENZ, son of George and Caroline FRENZ, aged 21 years. Besides his parents he leaves two brothers, Elmer and Raymond and one sister, Florence FRENZ.
-Funeral Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 8, 1919, at 1:30 o'clock at the house.
Jan. 8, 1919
LE ROY MAN, ACCUSED OF GIVING POISON TO WIFE IN POT OF TEA,
HAD TWO LOADED GUNS IN HOUSE
Rochester Chemist Testified That He Found Bichloride of Mercury in one Sample;
Examination Adjourned for Week
Le Roy, Jan. 7 - Charles DORNBROCK, who was arrested Saturday night on a warrant sworn out by his wife, charging him with attempted murder, and who has since been confined in the county jail at Batavia, was brought to LeRoy at 10 o'clock this morning for a hearing before Police Justice SKINNER. District-Attorney KELLEY appeared for the people, Mrs. DORNBROCK was represented by F. A. LEWIS, of Batavia, and James A. LE SEUR, of Batavia, appeared for the defendant. An adjournment was taken in the case at 4:30 P. M. (unreadable) Tuesday and the defendant was taken back to jail.
WIFE ON STAND
Mrs. DORNBROCK was the first witness sworn this morning and her testimony continued until noon. She testified to the fact that they had been married twenty-three years and said that they had never had any serious trouble. Of late her husband had acted queerly, she said, and had been in the habit of going out nights, staying quite late on some occasions. When she questioned him he gave her the impression that he was opening a jitney business. She admitted that she had kept a record of his movements in a book and had often found that he went in the direction of Pavilion, after leaving home. She had followed him a short distance on some occasions. On another occasion she had found the picture of a woman in his pocket.
KEPT SAMPLE OF TEA
Her suspicions as to poison were first aroused on December 29th, when she thought that the tea in her cup had a peculiar appearance. She kept a sample. Again on December 31st she again became suspicious and also took a sample of the tea. She testified that on this occasion her husband did not drink tea, having stated that he believed it made him nervous. The sample of tea she turned over to her attorney, Mr. LEWIS, who took it to Dr. Victor CHAMBERS, a chemist at the University of Rochester, for analysis.
The attorney, who was the second witness, testified to taking the samples to the chemist. It was brought out that DORNBROCK had two loaded revolvers in that house and that his wife had two different parties unload them. On cross-examination, Mrs. DORNBROCK admitted that she was unfamiliar with bichloride of mercury and that she did not know there was any in the house. Mrs. DORNBROCK admitted that she thought a lot of her husband and does still. She did not wish to send him to prison, but thought that he should be examined as to his mental condition.
BOUGHT POISON AT STORE
This afternoon the first witness was Dr. CHAMBERS. He testified to receiving the three samples of tea. In two of these he found no poison, but in the other he found bichloride of mercury in considerable quantity. Miss Mildred CURTIS, a clerk at the drug store of Smith & Given, was sworn, and she testified to having sold an ounce of bichloride of mercury to the defendant on December 31st. He claimed that he wanted this to temper a soldering iron which he uses in his work as trouble man for the telephone company.
Officer DAMPIER, who served the warrant on DORNBROCK Saturday night, was the last witness of the day. He told of accompanying the defendant to the latter's home in Clay street before taking him to jail and produced a bottle containing a powder, which DORNBROCK turned over to him. He said that DORNBROCK took it from a shelf in the cellar-way. The officer took it back to the drug store and had the druggist seal it. Samples of the contents were taken by the chemist, the district-attorney and the other attorneys. During the examination DORNBROCK appeared calm and listened attentively to testimony given by the witnesses.
WESTERN NEW YORK DEATHS
MRS. CHARLOTTE WYLIE
Bath, Jan. 7 - Mrs. Charlotte WYLIE died at her home in New York city yesterday. The body will be brought here Wednesday morning and taken to St. Thomas Episcopal Church, where the funeral will be conducted that afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Owing to the illness of Rev. C. E. PURDY, the local rector, Rev. Charles SOMMERVILLE, of St. James Church, Hammondsport, will officiate. Mrs. WYLIE was for many years a resident of this village. Her maiden name was MARLATT and she was born near Woodhull, this county, where in early life she became the wife of Ferdinand WYLIE, for many years one of the prominent and successful medical practitioners of this community. Dr. and Mrs. WYLIE lived in Bath over thirty years and following his death she removed to New York city, which had been her home for some years past. Mrs. WYLIE leaves four sons, Charles, Bert, Marry(?) and David, and a daughter, Mrs. James POOLE, all of Bath. The burial was in Grove cemetery.
MRS. MARY STODDARD
Le Roy, Jan. 7 - Mrs. Mary STODDARD, wife of John STODDARD, who resides north west of this village, in the Gulf road, died yesterday after a week's illness of pneumonia, following influenza. She was born in Ireland 42 years ago, but for the past eighteen years had been a resident of Le Roy. She was a member of the Mumford Presbyterian Church. Besides her husband, she leaves five children, as follows: Florence, Roy, Alfred, Charles and Robert; also one sister; Mrs. Frank SHAFFER, of Mumford, and a brother, William McBRIDE, of Avon.
The funeral will be held to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. E. M. JONES of the Le Roy Presbyterian Church, officiating and the interment will be in the Mumford Rural cemetery.
WILLIS H. EDDY
Albion, Jan. 8 - The funeral of Willis H. EDDY, 44 years old, was held at Millville cemetery chapel this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. REVELL(?), of West Barre, officiating. He was a resident of the town of Barre, where he was born. Mr. EDDY leaves his father, James EDDY, and one sister, Mrs. Bertha ALLEN, of Barre.
MRS. HANNAH I. COVENTRY
Albion, Jan. 7 - Mrs. Hannah Iden COVENTRY, 80 years old, died at the farm home of her son-in-law, Leon WRIGHT, one mile south of this village in the Clarendon road. COVENTRY was born in the town of Gaines. She was the widow of the late William H. COVENTRY. She leaves five children, Mrs. Calvin J. YATES, of Rochester; Mrs. O. J. SHALTER, Owega; William L. COVENTRY, Fulton; Frank T. COVENTRY, Lockport and Mrs. Minnie M. HAINES.
Funeral service at the home where she died will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. W. A. HARRIS, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Albion cemetery.
MRS. JANE KNOPTON
Penn Yan, Jan 7 - Mrs. Jane KNAPTON, aged 5? years, wife of Albert KNAPTON, died on Sunday afternoon at their residence near Himrod(?). she is survived by her husband, three sons, Warren, Albert C. and Roy, and one daughter, Elsie, all at home; four brothers, John HATCHER, of Starkey; William HATCHER, of Second M?? and Charles HATCHER, of Dundee; two sisters, Mrs. Loren CORNISH, of Dundee, and Mrs. Charles SHULTZ(?), of Milo.
-The funeral will be held from the late home on Wednesday at 2 o'clock, with burial in Second M??o cemetery.
RECIPE TO DARKEN GRAY HAIR
A Cincinnati Barber Tells How to Make a Remedy for Gray Hair
Mr. Frank HARBAUGH of Cincinnati, O., who has been a barber for more than forty years recently made the following statement:
"Anyone can prepare a simple mixture at home, at very little cost, that will darken gray hair and make it soft and glossy. To a half pint of water add 1 ounce bay rum, a small box of Barbo Compound and 1-4 ounce glycerine. These ingredients can be bought at any drug store at very little cost. Apply to the hair twice a week until the desired shade id obtained. This will make a gray haired person look twenty years younger. This is not a dye, it does not color the most delicate scalp, is not sticky or greasy and does not rub off."
BARRY - On Tuesday morning, at the family home, 119 Urquhart St., Catherine Mary, daughter of Michael S. and Mrs. Bridget M. BARRY, aged 6 years and 7 months. She leaves her parents and two sisters, Rita Helen and Helen Ann BARRY.
-Funeral on Thursday morning at 8:30 at the house and 9 o'clock at St. Andrew's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
ALTPETER - On Tuesday morning, January 7th, 1919, Mrs. Louisa ALTPETER, widow of Christian ALTPETER, aged 7? Years. She is survived by one son, William C. ALTPETER and five daughters, Mrs. L. FRANK, Mrs. H. THIEM(?), Mrs. C.N??NOLD, Mrs. A. MILLER and Mrs. C. WIDMAN.
-Funeral private Thursday afternoon at 2:30 from the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. THEIM, No. 1589 St. Paul street. Interment at Mt. Hope cemetery.
CHAPMAN - At the Hahnemann Hospital, Monday, January ?, 1919, Mabel BAKER CHAPMAN, aged 25 years, wife of Russell CHAPMAN. Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Dorothy R., her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roswell BAKER, two brothers, David and Burnett, of Ogden.
-Funeral from the home of her parents in Ogden Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial in Fairfield cemetery, Spencerport.
LINDSAY - At his home, No. ? Felix street, January 6th, 1919, George H. LINDSAY, aged ?? years. He is survived by his wife, May; one daughter, Bella; three sons, Henry, George S., and Fred LINDSAY; three sisters, Mrs. William CAMPBELL, Miss Margaret LINDSAY and Mrs. James BREMMER.
-Funeral from the house on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial at Riverside cemetery.
NOLAN - In this city, Tuesday morning January 7, 1919, Peter C. NOLAN, aged 45(?) years. He is survived by his wife, Rickie, three sons, John, Peter and Joseph NOLAN and one daughter, Margaret NOLAN.
-Funeral Friday morning, January 10th at 8:30 o'clock from the family residence, No. 441 Maple street and at 9 o'clock at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
HASSEN - At the family residence, No. 114 Wilder street, Sunday, January 5, 1919, Elizabeth A. HASSEN, aged 23 years. She is survived by her parents, one sister, Mrs. Frank RO??N, of Glendale, Oregon and one brother, George HASSEN.
-Funeral Thursday morning, January 9th at 8:30 o'clock from the residence and at 9 o'clock at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
HAMELL - Mrs. Mary HAMELL died Tuesday evening, at her home, corner Clifford avenue and Winton road. She is survived by her husband, Matthew HAMELL; two daughters, Mrs. Catherine DALY and Miss Mary HAMELL; five sons, Matthew, Arthur C., George and John, of American Expeditionary Forces, France, and Frank HAMELL, of Tupper Lake, N. Y.; her mother, Mrs. Eliza RICHARDS; two sisters, Mrs. W. H. MARTIN and Mrs. Susie HUDSON.
-The remains were removed to the residence of her son, 343 Blossom road, from where the funeral service will take place, Thursday afternoon at 1:45 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Hope cemetery. Tupper Lake, N. Y., papers please copy.