KELLY MURDER TRIAL TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK
Justice Rodenbeck to Hold Court at Corning
Hornell, Nov. 7 - Justice Adolph J. RODENBECK, of Rochester, will convene
the regular fall term of Supreme court in Corning next Monday and the principal
case to come up for trial is that of Jady KELLY, charged with murder in the
first degree. This case will be given preference and will probably take at least
two weeks. KELLY is charged with the shooting of Harry SMITH, a neighbor, in
the town of Hornby one night last June. SMITH'S murderer came to the door of
his home and after calling him to the door shot him dead. He then attempted
to assault Mrs. SMITH.
There are also several other cases, Attorney Harry L. ALLEN, as trustee of the American Railway Brotherhood Association has actions pending against thirty-eight stockholders of the association, in which he seeks to compel them to pay up the amount of their subscriptions. The defendants are: Helen STONE, Charles HOLBROOK, W. J. BOWEN, James P. GLEASON, James W. MONEGHAN, Robert W. LOCKWOOD, Elizabeth CANTY, Howard N. L?GUE, C. B. MAGEE, Charles MATHIAS, J. F. McRAE, J. E. HORTON, Anna OAKS, J. W. O'HERON, S. H. REYNOLDS, D. J. RICHARDSON, D. M. RYAN, S. W. SMITH, J. F. SMITH, C. E. TOTTEN, H. A. TREAT; John NESBIT, M. DOOLITTLE, B. H. CAMPBELL, E. O. CLARK, T. W. CURRY, L. H. DEALY, Helen DENNIS, O. R. DRAKE, L. F. EISENHARDT, A. J. FAR???, W. H. GA?S, L. E. HAYNES, At?ber LAKE, Robert LOCKWOOD, Jennie B. KEELER, Charles W. FRISK and W. A. GILLILTAN.
Stanley E. HOLMES, a colored boy claims damages from E. Clayton WOOD proprietor of an amusement park near this city from which he claims he was ejected on account of his color.
There are many divorce and separation cases pending and it is probable the term will last for at least three or four weeks.
DIPHTHERIA AT CALEDONIA
One Death and Several Cases Reported in Village
Caledonia, Nov. 7 - Caledonia has still a number of diphtheria cases. The family first afflicted, in which a boy of 9 years died of the disease, was released from quarantine this week. The Cunningham (line unreadable) there were four cases, will be released soon.
Madeline LAIDLAW, residing in Spring street, a student at the Rochester Normal School, is shut in with a mild attack. Her mother, Mrs. Maude LAIDLAW, is also ill. Her illness, however, is attributed to anti-toxin. John CUNNINGHAM, living in North street, whose child had the disease, also has a mild case.
JUROR DOESN'T WAIT TO EXPRESS OPINION
Voices it From Box, and Mistrial is Directed
Trial of the action of Elizabeth M. BRIGGS, against Mrs. Mary RUDD came to
an sudden ending yesterday afternoon in City Court, civil branch, before Judge
Raymond E. WESTBURY when a juror gave voice to his opinion on the case before
it was submitted to the jury.
Everything went along swimmingly in the action until the summing up was reached. In a deep voice Attorney John P. KINNEY, for the defense, began:
"Gentlemen," he said, "do you think this woman (pointing to Mrs RUDD) would pay $500 for the furniture in the house, if she did not have a lease that would run at least a year? Gentlemen, do you think she would? He demanded.
"I'll be darned if I would," popped up one of the jurors.
A smile began to cross Mr. KINNEY'S face after he had recovered from the first shock. The spectators in the court room began to titter, Judge WESTBURY broke into a laugh and Billy BURKE, the court stenographer, loosed a shriek of mirth that set spectators roaring.
Judge WESTBURY immediately called the case a mistrial and, because of one juror, the action will be tried over again.
STREET CARS INJURE TWO
Man and Woman Taken to Hospitals. Woman Later Goes Home
When crossing the pavement in front of No. 488 Joseph avenue last evening, Christopher BURCHAK, 48 years old, who says he lives in a Front street lodging house, was struck by a street car. He was knocked down and bruised. He was removed to the Homeopathic Hospital.
When Josephine LIPPA, 50 years old, of No. 6 Julia street, undertook to cross Main street west, near Canal street, late yesterday afternoon, she was struck by an east-bound street car. She was thrown to the pavement, but escaped serious injury. She was removed to the General Hospital, where her injuries were found to be minor ones. She went home.
FORGED UNCLE'S NAME, CHARGE
Edward SATTER, 21 years old, was arrested in Alexander street yesterday afternoon by Detectives ANDREWS and SCHMITT on a charge of forgery, second degree. SATTER, who is said to have been employed by an uncle named CLANCY in Batavia, is alleged to have forged CLANCY'S name to a check for $30. The check was cashed in Hudson avenue.
ONE MAN ENLIST IN ARMY
Sergeant Charles A. BAUER, in charge of the Rochester army recruiting station at No. 102 Main street east, has enlisted Arthur J. FRISCH, of No. 39 Elba street, for three years service in the Medical Department with the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe.
BRIGHTON MAN BANKRUPT
Has Liabilities of $1,236.46; Claims All His Assets Exempt
Niels ANDERSON, of Norman road Brighton, has filed a petition in bankruptcy in United States District Court in Buffalo, giving liabilities of $1,236.46 and claiming his assets exempt. Jacob ROSENZWEIG is attorney for the petitioner. The first meeting of creditors will be held before Nelson P. SANFORD, trustee in bankruptcy, on November 21st at 10 A. M.
Judson A. C. KNAPP has filed an order to show cause why he should not be discharged from bankruptcy. Papers are re-turnable in Buffalo on December 23d.
KOCHENTHAL FUNERAL HELD
Body of Prominent Rochester Manufacturer Takes Place from Home.
The funeral of Marcus KOCHENTHAL, who died Thursday in Mount Sinai Hospital,
New York, took place yesterday afternoon from the home, No. 150 Dartmouth street.
Rabbi EME??TUS, Dr. Max LAUDSBERG and Rabbi Horace J. WOLFF, of Temple Berith
Kodesh, officiated. The bearers were Jacob G. ROSENBERG, A. M. SLOMAN, M. PRESENT,
Frank SOLOMON, Charles J. LANG and Jesse KOCHENTHAL. Honorary bearers were J.
l. RICE, Simon STEIN, Marcus STRAUSS, Mark LEVY, Harry GUGGENHEIMER, Peter FLETCHER,
A. LOWENBURG, Meyer H. LANG, Marcus FRANK and David BRICKNER.
The funeral services for Sydney GOLDSMITH, a brother-in-law of Mr. KOVHENTHAL, who died Thursday at Denver, Colorado, will be held at 10 o'clock Sunday morning from the home of his parents, No. 304 Westminster road.
JOHN Z. WOOD IS BURIED
Artists Bearers for Prominent Member of Art Club
The funeral of John Z. WOOD, prominent artist of this city, were held yesterday
afternoon from No. 285 Alexander street, the Rev. Dr. David Lincoln FERRIS,
of Christ Episcopal Church, officiating.
The bearers were George L. HERDLE, president of the Rochester Art Club and director of Memorial Art Gallery; Seth C. JONES, secretary of the Art Club; A. B. CHAMBERLAIN, George H. BRODHEAD, Frank R. NIVEN and Charles C. ZOOLER, members of the Art Club, and Dennis FLOOD a life long friend of Mr. WOOD. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery.
FANNIE C. DEWEY DIES
Fannie Child DEWEY, a native of this city, died recently, aged 74 years. She was the daughter of the late Dellon M. DEWEY, and a sister of the late Dellon DEWEY, who was associated for years with Tom KARL of the Boston Opera Company. She leaves her sister, Mrs. Edwin A. MEDCALF, of No. 416 Lake avenue; a niece, Jean Dewey METCALF, and a nephew, Dellon K. MEDCALF. The funeral will be held this morning at 11 o'clock from Christ Episcopal Church.
ABIJAH R. BREWER DEAD
Glen Ridge, N. J., Nov. 7 - Abijah H. BREWER, former vice-president of the Western Union Telegraph Company and for more than thirty-five years its secretary, died at his home here to-day. Mr. BREWER who had been mayor of this city for seven years, retired from business two years ago. He was 72 years old.
WESTERN NEW YORK DEATHS
MRS. EMILY P. DECKER
Brockport Nov. 7 - The funeral of Mrs. Emily P. DECKER, widow of the late J. D. DECKER, was held this afternoon from the home of her son, Charles DECKER, of this village. Mrs. DECKER'S death occurred at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Willis SILLIMAN, of Bellevue, Wash., where she had lived since 1908, in the 77thyear of her life. Death was due to heart failure. She was born in Brockport in 1842, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac PALMER. She was married in Clarkson, in the houses now occupied by D. G. CRIPPEN, in 186?, to J. D. DECKER, who was later a prominent attorney of this village. Mrs. DECKER was a member of St. Luke's Church and was a member of various societies, while in Brockport. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. SILLIMAN, and two sons, George P. DECKER, of Rochester, and Charles DECKER of this village. Rev. W. H. G. LEWIS, of Lockport, who was rector of St. Luke's when Mrs. DECKER was in Brockport, assisted Rev. E. P. BURRILL in the burial service, Charles PAINE sang a solo. The burial was at High Street cemetery.
JOHN F. PARKHURST
Bath, Nov. 7 - John Foster PARKHURST died last night in Cleveland, Ohio, and it is expected the body will be brought here for burial. Mr. PARKHURST was born in Lawrenceville, Pa., a son of the late Curtiss PARKHURST, and was about 45 years of age. By profession he was an electrical engineer. He passed a large part of his life in Bath and was well known. He leaves his wife; a brother, Fred W. PARKHURST, a court stenographer of Rochester, and an uncle, Gabriel H. PARKHURST, of Bath.
MISS MAE CANNON
Mount Morris, Nov. 7 - To-morrow morning the funeral of Miss May CANNON will be held from the Catholic chapel at Sonyea and the body will be brought here for interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. She was 28 years of age and a daughter of James CANNON. She was a graduate (line unreadable)the Presbyterian Hospital, New York city, and at the time of death she was supervisor of the Peterson Hospital at Sonyea.
HENRY DE SIEREQ
Clifton Springs, Nov. 7 - The funeral of Henry DeSIEREQ, aged 49 years, of the town of Manchester, who died on Tuesday morning at his home, was held from the Catholic church at Palmyra this morning at 10 o'clock. Burial was made in Palmyra. He is survived by five children, four boys and one girl.
Nov. 12, 1919
GEORGE EASTMAN GIVES $100,000 FOR ENDOWMENT
Announced at "Roastfest" of Alumni of University
Alumni To Give Like Sum
Expectation of Campaign Committee, Judge Castleman Says in Talk -
Forty Workers to Start After Pledges To-morrow Morning
Faculty members of the University of Rochester were the victims at the alumni
"roastfest" last night in the Powers Hotel when a committee of graduates
disguised as members of the faculty made fun of the instructors low salaries.
Their first musical number was a song in which the "professors" deplored
the fact that milkmen and street cleaners were getting more wages than they,
and the chorus ran: "We want a raise, We must have a raise!"
Following this was a mock faculty meeting, and later came presentation of degrees. The graduates on this committee were George B. SNELL, ‘11, chairman; Norman NAIRN, ‘09; Harry H. SERVIS, 09; James P. SNELL, ‘09; Matthew LAWLESS, ‘09; Ernest A. PAVIOUR, ‘10; Lester O. WILDER, ‘11; Harry CRITTENDEN, ‘12; Raymond N. BALL, ‘14; Homer STOREY, ‘15; Harold SHANTZ, ‘15. Added to the program were several popular songs by two young women and many instrumental selections by an orchestra.
JUDGE CASTLEMAN SPEAKER
The speakers were Special County Judge J. Warrant CASTLEMAN
and Dr. Rush RHEES, president of the university, Herbert W. BRAMLEY, presided.
Judge CASTLEMAN spoke on behalf of the University of Rochester's $1,000,000 endowment fund campaign, emphasizing the need of adequate compensation for the teachers of to-day who are training the world's thinkers.
"It is a patriotic duty," he said, "for it goes down to the future of our republic. Men in college to-day must solve the world's questions, and they are going to be confronted by problems the like, of which have never been seen. This is what I consider the most important reason for our endowment fund campaign. The great question of to-day is whether democracy is safe for itself, and the youth of to-day and of the coming generation must solve this question. They cannot solve it if the training they are to receive is not equal to the training they get now."
EASTMAN GIVES $100,000
Judge CASTLEMAN announced that George EASTMAN already had given $100,000
to the fund and he estimated that a like amount would be raised from the alumni
outside of Rochester.
"This," he said, "will leave a total of $800,000 to be raised in the city."
Dr. Rush RHEES pointed to the bigger aspects of the drive.
"We cannot look for very large gifts," he said. "But we want the people to think largely concerning our enterprise. We want every one to participate in the largest terms in which he is able. We must sell the university to the city, and the community has now the opportunity to correct an unfairness and to see that the men of the faculty get decent compensation. I firmly believe we are going forward to success."
FORTY TEAMS TO GO OUT THURSDAY
Dr. RHEES then outlined the plans for the campaign, which, he said, was to
be conducted largely by the alumni for the university. He announced that all
the workers will meet to-night in the Chamber of Commerce to be organized. The
entire personnel, he explained, is to be divided into four divisions each in
charge of a captain. Eac division will be divided into ten teams, made up of
five workers each. The forty teams thus formed will be designated by class numerals
from 1881 to 1920. The four divisions will be named after the classes, freshmen,
sophomore, junior and senior. The four captains are Herbert W. BRAMLEY, Henry
D., SHEDD, W. Roy McCANNE and Louis S. FOULKES.
Following the organization meeting of the 240 workers in the Chamber of Commerce at 6:30 o'clock this evening; forty teams of canvessers will be loosed upon the city to-morrow morning to begin the week's task of getting together sufficient pledges from alumni and noncollegiate citizens. At the first meeting, this evening, the workers will select prospects cards and listen to campaign instructions from Dr. Rush RHEES and Joseph T. ALLING, chairman of the Trustees Committee of the drive.
MISS LAURA A. WILBUR
At the close of the rehearsal of the Festival Chorus last evening, Oscar
GAREISSEN, the director, presented Miss Laura A. WILBUR, the accompanist, with
a silver tea set, as a gift from the chorus. Miss WILBUR is to be married next
Monday evening to Emory REMINGTON, a well-known musician of this city.
The gift was presented to Miss WILBUR as an appreciation of her services as accompanist during the past two years.
63-POUND STURGEON LANDED BY DEPUTY
Story Comes From Braddock's By Way Of Jail
A sturgeon weighing sixty-three pounds was landed by Deputy Sheriff Edward P. FOSMIRE at Braddock's bay yesterday afternoon, according to an official bulletin issued at the jail last night. FOSMIRE was fishing for bullheads with a heavy hook, says the bulletin, when he felt a hard tug on his line. He started to pull, and until his line was nearly in he thought he had a log.
FOSMIRE, who was not far from shore, called for his friends to bring a gun and they set out in another boat. A man known as "Concrete Charlie" brought his boat up near FOSMIRE's and sighted the fish. He grabbed a heavy rifle which he had brought along and shot the big fish behind the gills. The fish was three feet two inches long.
FOSMIRE and his friends will have a feast to-night at his home.
LOOMIS - LEWIS
Miss Dorothy HALLOCK LEWIS, daughter of Walter E. LEWIS, and Albert A. LOOMIS,
Jr., of Berea, Ohio, were married last evening at 6 o'clock at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Arthur W. SMITH, Southern parkway, Home Acres. Rev. J.
W. NIXON performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of the families
and a few intimate friends. Little Misses Elizabeth and Ruth BRIGHAM, cousins
of the bride, were riboa bearers, and Master Robert E. SMITH, nephew of the
bride, was ring bearer.
The bride wore a traveling suit of brown velour and a corsage bouquet of roses and orchids.
After the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served. The house was decorated with autumn foliage and chrysanthemums.
Mr. and Mrs. LOOMIS are taking a short western trip. They will be at home at No. 60 Third avenue, Berea, after January 1st.
FALSE ARREST SUIT IN HANDS OF JURY
Former Police Officer Is Defendant In Two Suits
The suit brought by William E. TOOLE to recover $5,000 damages for false arrest from former Police Sergeant Edward B. DRISCOLL was tried before Justice S. Nelson SAWYER in Supreme Court yesterday, and the case went to the jury last night with instructions to bring in a sealed verdict. The suit is based upon DRISCOLL'S attempt to arrest TOOLE on the night of May 22d, when the latter was accompanying Miss Frances T. PARKER to a dance, DRISCOLL, who later was dismissed from the police department, alleged that he overheard conversation in regard to robberies committed in Buffalo and Syracuse.
A second action, in which Miss PARKER asks $2,500 damages, will be tried
to-day before Justice SAWYER. Miss PARKER charges DRISCOLL with assault in that
he prevented her from leaving the street car in which she and TOOLE were riding.
Forsyth & Forsyth appear for the plaintiffs and Joseph P. DOYLE for the
A jury brought in a verdict of $1,000 damages in favor of the Pullman Taxicab Company against New York Central Railroad Company yesterday morning. Louis E. FULLER appeared for the taxicab company.
EVENING OF FUN AND GYMNASTICS PLANNED
Bastian Employees Are to Meet in Y. M. C. A.
Three hundred man employees of Bastian Brothers Company will gather in the Central Y. M. C. A. building at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening and participate in every athletic contest or exercise that the institution affords. Teams have been formed to bowl, play billiards and contest in the gymnasium under the following directors: Bowling, Philip KIRBY; billiards, Thomas DODD; gymnastics and relay races, Fred MEINHARDT. Prizes will be awarded to the winner in each event.
A vaudeville program will be presented at 8 o'clock under the direction of
William BARRY, after which the teams will be lined up for the athletic events.
T. E. BASTIAN, president; F. J. BASTIAN, vice-president, and Edward J. FITZGERALD, superintendent, will take port in awarding the prizes.
J. W. CONRADT, president of the BASTIAN Brothers Employees' Benefit Association, is managing the affair, assisted by Frank G. SNYDER, employment manager.
DINNER FOR MAYOR-ELECT
George W. Peck is Guest of Friends at Gathering in Bath
Bath, Nov. 11 - Bath friends of Mayor-elect George W. PECK, of Elmira, tendered him a complimentary dinner at the National Hotel here this evening. The event was in honor and celebration of Mr. PECK'S recent political victory, in his election as mayor of Elmira on the Democratic ticket. The hosts of the evening represented Mr. PECK'S business friends, irrespective of their political affiliations. Covers were laid for thirty-five guests.
Clarence WILLIS presided and following the dinner informal remarks were made by many of the guests. Mr. PECK also responded. Mr. PECK was for a long term of years a resident of this village, and still retains his extensive business interests in this community.
MAN KILLED BY AUTO IN STREET AT BATH
Driver Not Held as Pedestrian Stepped Before car
Bath, Nov. 11 - Patrick BEATTY was almost instantly killed this evening, when he was struck by an automobile driven by Charles HERRMANN. The accident occurred in West Washington avenue in this village, when Mr. BEATTY attempted to cross the street and was evidently not seen by the driver of the car in time to avert the accident. Mr. BEATTY sustained a fractured skull, a broken back, his chest was broken in and one leg fractured. Mr. HERRMANN stopped his car and rushed to the aid of the stricken man. Mr. BEATTY was but partially conscious. Dr. WYNKOPP was called, but Mr. BEATTY died before he could be removed to the hospital.
Mr. HERRMANN reported the accident to the police, but no blame attached to
him, as it is believed Mr. BEATTY failed to notice the approach of the car,
stepping directly in its path and affording the driver no time to change his
course or stop the machine.
Mr. BEATTY was one of Bath's oldest and best known residents. He was born in Ireland 80 years ago, but had lived in Bath over fifty years. He leaves a son, William, in New York; a daughter, Mrs. Henry McCABE, of Bath, and a second daughter, Mrs. Joseph MALONEY, of Newark, N.J.
FIRE AT CHEMICAL PLANT
Threatening Blaze Extinguished After All-Night Fight
Penn Yan, Nov. 11 - A fire started in the plant of the Taylor Chemical Company,
four miles down the outlet, at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon when raw material,
consisting of charcoal and sulphur, was ignited by burning vapor. Dr. Charles
E. TAYLOR and a number of employees worked all last night and this morning to
put out the blaze, which for a long time defied their efforts. Not until 9 o'clock
this morning was the fire under control. It was burning later in the day, but
danger of a destructive fire seems to have passed.
Operations at the plant have temporarily been discontinued, but it is hoped that the plant will be shut down not more than a day or two. The loss of materials is not large.
WESTERN NEW YORK DEATHS
MRS. FRANK COYKENDALL
Dundee, Nov. 11 - Relatives of Mrs. Frank COYKENDALL have received word of her death which occurred at the family home in Bayonne, N. J., on Saturday night, after an illness of some months. Mrs. COYKENDALL was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward PRICE, for many years well known residents of this village. Her maiden name was Miss Lelia PRICE, Mrs. COYKENDALL was about 38 years of age and leaves surviving her husband and four children, Gretchen, Leon, Helen, and Florence, all of whom reside at home; also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward PRICE who moved to Bayonne some years ago.
The body will be brought to this village for burial and is expected to arrive here on the 7:42 train to-morrow morning. The funeral will be held from the Baptist Church at 11 o'clock and burial made in Hillside cemetery.
JOSEPH W. DENTON
Dansville, Nov. 11 - The funeral of Joseph W. DENTON took place this afternoon from the family home in Park avenue, where he died Sunday after an illness of three weeks. Mr. DENTON was born in Ossian 76 years ago. On November 8, 1868, he was married to Sarah A. McCARTNEY, of Ossian, who survives him with two daughters. They celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary last year by going to Utah to visit one of their two daughters, Mrs. J. O. MEYERS, of Ogden. The other daughter, Mrs. C. W. ENZIO(?), lives in Dansville. Rev. Nathaniel HARRIS, of the Methodist Church, officiated at the services. The Interment was in Greenmount cemetery.
Naples, Nov. 11 - Howard, son of Bryon and Lulu LLOYD PATTEN, died at the Bath hospital last night after a short illness. He was born in Naples, April 28, 1903, and leaves his parents and two brothers, Clarence and Ward.
-Funeral services will be held in the Baptist Church to-morrow at 2 o'clock, Rev. A. H. McKNIGHT, of Mount MORRIS, a former pastor, assisted by Rev. ALDRICH, of Naples, will conduct the services and interment will be in Rose Ridge cemetery.
WEDDINGS IN WESTERN N. Y.
CONLEY - HARRISON
Penn Yan, Nov. 11 - The marriage of Miss Sarah Lena HARRISON, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. HARRISON, to Merrille J. CONLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart John CONLEY, took place last Thursday at noon at the home of the bride.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. S. BOYD, of the First Methodist Church before a bank of palms and ferns. Miss BUTTERS played the wedding march from Lohengrin as the bride entered the room on the arm of her father.
The bride wore a gown of ivory satin and silver lace and carried white chrysanthemums. Miss Ethel HARRISON, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and wore pink crepe de chine and carried yellow chrysanthemums. Frank CONLEY, brother of the groom; was best man.
The bride's gift to her bridesmaid was a brooch. The groom's gift to his best man was a pair of cuff links.
After the ceremony, luncheon was served and covers were laid for seventy-five guests. Mr. and Mrs. CONLEY left on an extended wedding trip.
Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. John PHALEN, of Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. ? LINDSLEY, of Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. PHALEN, of Shortsville; Mr. and Mrs. Fred OSWALD and daughter, Betty and Mrs. Betscey PHALEN, of Clifton Springs; Martin KLEEN, of Rushville; the Misses Elsie CONLEY and Martin BENTLEY, of Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs. John CUMMINGS and son, John of Dundee.
The pre-nuptial events included an apron shower by Ethel HARRISON and a variety shower by Mildred STRATTON and Mrs. Lawson ROGERS.
TOBEY - DEBOW
Canandaigua, Nov. 11 - The marriage of Miss (line unreadable) Colonel Spencer TOBEY, of Geneseo, occurred at the residence of Rev. William E. SEARLES on North Main street Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. TOBEY left for San Diego, Cal., immediately after the ceremony and will spend the winter in the Golden Gate state.
MANROW - At the residence of his sister, Mrs. Oliver PARMELE, 88 ½
Allmeroth St., Monday afternoon, Nov. 10, 1919, Patrick MANROW, formerly of
Bradford, Pa. He is survived by 5 daughters, Mrs. Hiram JOHNSON, of Kallspell,
Montana, Mrs. Katherine CARROLL, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. Lawrence C. BISSELL,
of Kane, Pa., Mrs. Louis LANG, of Urichsville, Ohio, and Mrs. Nat G. CUMMINGS
of this city; 2 sons, Leo E. MANROW, of Jamestown, N. Y. and Lawrence J. MANROW,
of Bradford, Pa.; 3 sisters, Mrs. Oliver PARMELE, Mrs. John COLLISTER and Mrs.
Marcella MYERS, all of this city and one brother, John MANROW, of Dunkirk, N.
-Funeral Thursday morning, Nov. 13th, 1919, at 8:30 o'clock from the residence and 9 o'clock at Blessed Sacrament Church. Interment at Saint Bridget's cemetery, Bergen, N. Y. Bradford, Pa. papers please copy.
GOODFELLOW - Sunday, November 9, 1919, J. P. GOODFELLOW, of East Rochester,
N. Y., aged 79 years.
-Burial at Clinton, N. Y., Tuesday afternoon, November 11th.
REICHARDT - In this city, Tuesday morning, November 11, 1919, Alphonse REICHARDT.
He is survived by his wife, Othelia REICHARDT.
-Funeral from Hermance's, No. 31 Gibbs street, Thursday morning, November 13th, at 9:30 o'clock and at 10 o'clock at Blessed Sacrament Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
STOUT - Entered into rest, in this city, Tuesday evening, Nov. 11, 1919,
at the Municipal Hospital, Gene STOUT, of No. 325 Reynolds street, aged 3 years,
5 months and 13 days. Deceased is survived by her parents, Raymond H. and Mary
DUFFY STOUT; one sister, Bernice; three brothers, Raymond, John and Vincent
-Funeral from the home this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
AGNE - Entered into rest, Tuesday, November 11, 1919, at his home, No. 42
Boardman street, Henry AGNE, aged 64 years. He is survived by his wife, Libbie
S. AGNE and one son, Leroy E. AGNE; also six brothers and three sisters.
-Funeral Friday afternoon, November 14th at 2:30 o'clock from the house. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
STODDARD - Entered into rest, after a long illness at her home, No. 678 Dewey
avenue, Tuesday, November 1, 1919, mrs. C. E. STODDARD. She is survived by two
granddaughters, Miss Lelia QUALTROUGH and Mrs. H. SCHULZ and a son-in-law, Charles
-Funeral from the home on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
WELLER - Entered into rest, in this city, Tuesday morning, Nov. 11th, 1919,
at St. Mary's Hospital, Ethel C. WELLER, of No. 179 Spring St., aged 36 years.
Deceased is survived by her husband, Dearcy L. WELLER; one daughter, Octavia
O'NEILL, and one son, Francis O'NEILL, and three step-daughters, Edna WELLER,
of Syracuse, Constance and Dorothy WELLER, and one step-son Raymond WELLER;
two sisters, Mrs. Fred C. LENNOX, and Mrs. Ernes(?) G. BECKER, of this city,
and three brothers, Harvey P. BAKER, of New Haven Conn., Bert A. BAKER, of Rochester,
N. Y., and William L. BAKER, of Newport News, Va.
-Funeral from her home, No. 179 Spring street, Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
KERBER - In loving memory of our son and brother, George J. KERBER, who died November 12, 1918. Gone, but will never be forgotten. Mother and Sister.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Nov. 14, 1919
WESTERN YORK DEATHS
MRS. ELLEN GARRAGHAN
Churchville, Nov. 13 - The death of Mrs. Ellen GARRAGHAN occurred at her home in West Buffalo street, at an early hour this morning after having been in ill health for the past few years, as well as being almost blind. She was born in County Roscommons, Ireland, in 1834, emigrating to this country when a young girl. She has been a resident of this village nearly ever since. She is the widow of the late William GARRAGHAN, who died nine years ago. She was a member of St. Vincent de Paul's Church, from where the funeral will be held. She is survived by five sons, John, of Haverstraw, N. Y.; William, of Batavia; Michael, of Buffalo, and James and Frank, of Churchville.
GARRAGHAN - In Churchville, N. Y., November 13, 1919, Mrs. Ellen GARRAGHAN, aged 85 years. She is survived by five sons, John, of Haverstraw, N. Y.; William, of Batavia, N. Y.; Michael, of Buffalo, N. Y.; James and Frank, of Churchville, N. Y.
-Funeral services will be held from the St. Vincent de Paul's Church, Churchville, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. P. GOLDING to officiate.
BAUDA - At St. Mary's Hospital, November 13, 1919, John James, son of John and Cora DARROW BAUDA, aged 6 years and 7 months. He leaves besides his parents, one sister, Tina Mae BAUDA.
-Funeral from the residence, -92 Dewey avenue, on Saturday at 2 P. M.
ALWARD - Entered into rest, in this city, Wednesday evening, November 12, 1919, suddenly, Anna D. ALWARD, of 247 Monroe avenue, aged 34 years. Deceased is survived by her mother, Caroline PASCH; two sisters, Mrs. William PUNDT and Mrs. Jacob WITZIGMAN, of this city.
-The remains have been removed to the home of her sister, Mrs. Jacob WITZIGMAN, No. 650 Joseph avenue, from where the funeral services will take place Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Rev. Dr. Carl N. CONRAD officiating. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.
MURPHY - Wednesday, at St. Mary's Hospital, Catherine MURPHY, of 1108 Joseph avenue.
-The remains were taken to G. Schauman's Sons chapel, 609 Clinton avenue north, from where the funeral will take place Saturday at 8:30 and at the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help at 9 A. M.
KRUEGER - At the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. W. SAGE, 66 Upton place, Tuesday, November 11, 1919, Mrs. Mary KRUEGER, aged 67 years. She leaves five daughters, Mrs. Matie NEWMAN, Mrs. Charles STRAUB, Mrs. George WEITZ, Mrs. William BAUEB, Mrs. R. W. SAGE.
-Funeral Friday at 1 o'clock from the house and 2 o'clock from the German Lutheran Church at Hamlin, N. Y. Watertown papers please copy.
SCOTT - At his home in Ontario, N. Y., (line unreadable) aged 71 years. He is survived by his wife, Margaret; four sons and three daughters, John M., of Buffalo, N. Y.; James, Mrs. Alexander W. McDONAUGH and Mrs. Margaret WINFIELD, of Rochester, N. Y.; George, Mrs. Monroe CASS, and Thomas, of Ontario, N. Y.; also six grandchildren, two brothers and one sister, John of Holley, N. Y.; George and Sarah, of Limerick, Ireland.
-Funeral services from St. Mary of the Lake Church, in Ontario, N. Y., Saturday morning, November 15th, at 9 o'clock.
HACKETT - At the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Agnes WHITNEY, No. 128 Cottage street, Wednesday morning, November 12, 1919. Mrs. Jane E. HACKETT, widow of Nicholas J. HACKETT. Besides her daughter, she is survived by three grandchildren and two nieces, Miss Mary O'LOUGHLIN of this city, and Mrs. William SHEEHAN, of Canandaigua.
-Funeral Saturday morning, November 15th, at 8:30 o'clock from the residence of her daughter and at 9 o'clock at St. Monica's Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
HUYCK - Entered into rest, at the home of his sister, No. 58 Howell street, Thursday, November 13, 1919, George Baughart HUYCK, formerly of Ottumwa, Iowa. He is survived by one son, William D. HUYCK, of Omaha, Neb.; one daughter, Mrs. D. GLEASON, of Creston, IA.; two sisters, Mrs. John A. HISTED, of Rochester, N. Y., and Mrs. Jay BROWN, of Syracuse, N. Y.; also one brother, William H. HUYCK, of this city.
-Funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. HISTED, No. 58 Howell st., Saturday afternoon, November 15, 1919, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery. Charlton and Ottumwa, Ia., papers please copy.
MORAN - Wednesday, at his home, 95 Edinburgh street, James MORAN. He leaves his wife, Ellen MORAN; two sons, John MORAN, of Rochester, and James R. MORAN (line unreadable) two sisters, Mrs. Margaret LOOMIS and Miss Elizabeth MORAN, of Canandaigua. Remains were removed to 93 Edinburgh street.
-Funeral Monday morning at 8:45 from 93 Edinburgh, and 9 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
DALE - At her home in Penfield on the Whalen road, Thursday afternoon, November 13, 1919. Mima Bell DALE, aged 50 years. She leaves, besides her husband, Arthur T. DALE, one sister, Miss Esther CRAMOND, of Penfield; one brother, John H. CRAMOND, of Albany.
-Funeral from the late home Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Rome, N. Y.
HILL - Tuesday, November 11, 1919, at the family home, 6 Keller street, Mrs. Sophia ENGEL HILL, wife of Emil HILL, aged 47 years and 9 months. She leaves her husband; two daughters, Miss Elva HILL and Mrs. Albert HOFFMAN; three sons, Clement, Harvey and Norbert HILL; one sister, Mrs. Frank HEININGER and two brothers, Emil and Frank ENGEL, of Churchville, N. Y. she was a member of Liberty Review of the L. O. T. M., and of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Knights of St. John.
-Funeral to take place Saturday morning, November 15th, at 8:30 from the house and 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's Church. Interment in family lot, Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
MRS. ELROY WILBUR
Dansville, Nov. 13 - Funeral services for Mrs. Elroy WILBUR will take place Saturday morning at 8:45 o'clock in the family home, Sparta, and at 9:30 o'clock in St. Patrick's Church, Rev. M. C. WALL officiating. Mrs. WILBUR was 22 years old and is survived by her husband; her parents, Mrs. And Mr. Myron SMITH, and three brothers, Lieutenant Jay SMITH, instructor at Rockwell Field, Cal., William and Harold at home. She graduated from the Dansville High School in the class of 1916, afterwards teaching a short time in Sparta. Her death was the result of tonsilitis, from which she suffered two weeks. Interment in Greenmount cemetery.
Bath, Nov. 13 - The death of Willard SNELL occurred yesterday, following a long illness. The funeral will be held to-morrow and the body placed at rest in the family plot in Grove cemetery. Mr. SNELL was born and passed his entire life of 52 years in this village. He leaves a brother, John SNELL, in Clifton Springs, with two sisters, Mrs. George PURDY and Miss Pauline SNELL, of Rochester.
EDWARD D. POWELL
Le Roy, Nov. 13 - Word has been received here of the sudden death of Edward D. POWELL, master electrician, which occurred recently at Jackson Barracks in Louisiana, of heart disease. He had been in the United States army continuously for twenty-one years and recently returned from France. He was also a veteran of the Spanish- American war. Mr. POWELL was a prominent Mason and a member of a ----- of other organizations. He married Miss Josephine McCAULEY, of LeRoy, who with three children, survive him.
Batavia, Nov. 13 - Charles HOWLAND, aged 59 years, died at the Genesee County Home in Bethany to-day, following an illness from complications of diseases. He had been confined to the home since December 17, 1917. Mr. HOWLAND'S only surviving relative is a sister, Mrs. Sarah FREEMAN, of Albion. His body was brought here to Gallagher's undertaking rooms to-night.
ALLEN - PAXTON
Holley, Nov. 13 - The marriage of Edward ALLEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John ALLEN, of this place, and Mrs. Bertha I. PAXTON, of Rochester, took place yesterday afternoon at the Baptist parsonage in this village. Rev. Frank N. TAFT officiated.
CORNISH - HYNES
Dundee, Nov. 13 - The marriage of Frank B. CORNISH, of this village, to Mrs. Jennie HYNES, of Elmira, has been announced here. The wedding took place on November 6th, at the home of the bride, at No. 103 East Miller street, in Elmira. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. P. COMAN, pastor of the Oakwood Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, in the presence of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. CORNISH will reside in the groom's house in Bigelow avenue; this village. The bride's a sister of Mrs. George DENNISON and Charles WEAVER, of this village.
Hornell, Nov. 13 - Vincent DAILEY, a former well-known member of the police force is in Saint James Mercy Hospital probably fatally hurt as he result of having fallen from the top of the Erie roundhouse here. In falling he struck first on the cab of a locomotive and then rolled off. He was unconscious when picked up.
Holley, Nov. 13 - J. B. MERRILL, senior member of the firm of J. B. MERRILL & Son, who are engaged in the furniture and undertaking business in this village, was taken to the Rochester General Hospital to-day. He will be operated upon to-morrow for a fractured knee cap, which he sustained a week ago Sunday in an automobile accident near Medina.
Hornell, Nov. 13 - E. J. CUNNINGHAM, of New York, is in the Bethesda Hospital suffering with a broken arm and other injuries sustained when he was knocked down and run over in Seneca street by a car owned and driven by Chief of Police CONRAD, of Wayland, Mr. CONRAD said his brakes refused to work.