Peter LANG - died yesterday at his home, 1108 Lyell avenue, aged 81 years.
He leaves three sons, Albert LANG of Kitchner, Ontario, Rev. Herman LANG of
Ashtabula, O., and Elwin LANG of Rochester, and two daughters, Mrs. Rev. W. A.
SCHOEN of New Kensington, Pa., and Mrs. W. T. HAIGH of Rochester.
LANG--Entered into rest, Friday at his home, 1108 Lyell avenue, Peter LANG,
aged 81 years. Remains may be seen at 4 Cumberland street. Funeral
and burial in Canada.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sun Mar 16, 1919
CALER - NELSON - Mr. and Mrs. Fred
NELSON announce the marriage of their daughter, Olive, to J. Owen CALER, of
Fairport, N. Y.
TRUE - At Pittsford, Saturday,
March 15, 1919, Charles H. TRUE, aged 65 years. Besides his wife, Mary
SUTHERLAND TRUE, he leaves one son, Henry S. TRUE, of Washington, D. C., and
one grandson, Henry S. TRUE, Jr.
-Funeral will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 3:15 o'clock from the family residence, Monroe avenue,
Pittsford, N. Y.
SASS - Entered into rest, Friday,
March 14, 1919, Mary, wife of Frank SASS. She is survived by her husband,
three children and her mother, Elizabeth MACIEJEWSKA; two brothers and two
sisters. The deceased was a member of New Empire Review, No. 100, Ladies of
-Funeral Monday morning at 8:30
o'clock from the house, No. 65(?) Pulaski street and 9 o'clock at St.
Stanislaus Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
HALL - In this city, at Rochester
General Hospital, Saturday, March 15, 1919, Leo J. HALL, aged 70 years.
Deceased is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Charles A. TAYLOR, Mrs. Gustave
MENG, Mrs. Edwin WEHLE and Gertrude HALL; three sons, Robert J. and John R.
HALL, of Rochester and George L. HALL, of Baltimore; six grandchildren; two
brothers, Leonard and Jacob HALL, and one sister, Mrs. L. GEREW.
-Funeral from the family residence,
No. 1344 Main St. east, at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning and 9 o'clock at
Corpus Christi Church.
FRAZEE - On Thursday morning at the
family home, 71 Hickory St., Mrs. Stella FRAZEE, wife of Oliver. She leaves
her husband, 2 daughters, Marion and Margaret; her mother, Mrs. Julia
FRASIER; 3 brothers, Wm., Benjamin and John; 4 sisters, Misses Ida,
Mary, Margaret and Lauretta FRASIER.
-Funeral on Monday morning at 8:30
at the house and 9 o'clock at Our Lady of Victory Church. Interment at Holy
BAUNACH - Alphonse C. BAUNACH died
Saturday, March 15, 1919, at 54 Maria street, aged 36 years. He is survived
by his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob MALLECK; 2 sisters, Mrs.
Frank HEROLD and Mrs. Joseph KRENZER.
-Funeral Tuesday, March 18, 1919,
at 8:30 from the house, 54 Maria St., and 9 o'clock at Holy Redeemer Church.
Interment at Holy Sepulchre.
CURTISS - Entered into rest,
Thursday, March 13, 1919, at Buffalo, N. Y. Barbara, widow of Walter E.
CURTISS. She is survived by two children, Theresa and George; two brothers,
Fred J. VOLTZ, od Buffalo and Joseph VOLTZ, of Minneapolis; two sisters,
Mrs. Sophia ROGERS and Mrs. John A. WEIDER, of Rochester.
-Funeral Monday at 9 o'clock from
St. Michael's Church, Buffalo, N. Y.
GUILLOD - In France, Sergeant Frank
Leo GUILLOD, son of Frank and the late Victoria GUILLOD of this city. He
leaves besides his father; three brothers, Edward, of Hamilton, Ont.,
William J., of the United States Submarine Chaser, No. 309(?), and Victor
Herbert, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. J. H. MACKENNA and Mrs. C.
SCHRADER, of this city.
-Mass will be offered for the
repose of his soul on Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at Sacred Heart Church
on Flower City park. Buffalo papers please copy.
DE MALLIE - In sad and loving
memory of our dear mother, Anna Elberta, who died March 14, 1916.
hush of the early morning.
blue steals through the gray.
of our dear mother went lightly on its way;
home of her dear Father, in peace and rest to stay.
work on earth was finished.
father called her home.
home where she'll rest in peace.
weary soul no more will roam.
Daughter, Son and Husband.
WEITZ - In sad and loving memory of
Wilhelmina WEITZ, who departed this life, March 17, 1917.
brings back to memory.
was called to rest.
who think of her to-day.
who loved her best.
GUGGENHEIM - In loving remembrance
of my dear grandmother, Julia GUGGENHEIM.
Granddaughter, Sophie GUGGENHEIM.
BERRY - In loving remembrance of
our dear mother, Rhoda McMILLAN BERRY, who departed this life March 14,
and lonely year has passed.
mother dear, left us for that bright shore.
home where she will rest in peace.
life that shall die nevermore.
Husband and Family.
KINSELLA - In loving memory of dear
mother, Josephine KINSELLA, who passed away March 16, 1903. Gone but
MAN FOUND DEAD IN BED
Shoe Cutter Probably Asphyxiated by
Coal Gas. Investigation Indicates.
The body of Joseph BLATTNER, 32
years old, a shoe cutter, was found in a bed in a rooming house at No. 533
Main street west yesterday. Death was found to have been due to gas
poisoning. Coroner Frederick R. SMITH investigated and gave a certificate.
went to the rooming house on Wednesday and paid for his room until
yesterday. He was heard in the room about 8 o'clock on Friday night.
Yesterday morning, when a maid went to the room to care for it, she found
the body. Coroner SMITH caused it to be taken to the morgue. Letters found
in the man's clothes were addressed to Ray BLATTNER, and a card issued by
the shoemakers' union bore the name of Joseph BLATTNER.
Investigation revealed that gas had been escaping from a defective furnace
in the basement of the rooming house.