ESCAPED KILLER, TIRED OF BEING PURSUED,
QUIETLY SURRENDERS TO WOMAN AFTER OUTWITTING POSSES
Texarkana, Ark., Aug 19 - (By the Associated Press) -
Carl "Kinnie" WAGNER, 23, alleged slayer of six men, is in custody to-day after quietly surrendering himself yesterday to Sheriff Lillie BARBER, woman executive of Miller county.
"I’m tired of being hunted." WAGNER said. "I don’t want to dodge people any more."
Posses had been searching for the notorious gunman since Tuesday as the result of his latest shooting escapade. On that day he is alleged to have fatally shot Sam and Will CARPER and wounded Bob CARPER on a farm near Texarkana. WAGNER, formerly an expert rifle and pistol performer with a circus, declared: I would have gotten Bob, but it was so dark I couldn’t see to shoot straight."
The prisoner is wanted at Kingsport, Tenn., for slaying two officers and wounding a third in April, 1925. He had been sentenced to die in the electric chair for this act and was in jail pending an appeal from the sentence when he led other prisoners in a jail delivery and escaped.
In Mississippi, WAGNER is wanted in connection with the deaths of two officers who attempted to prevent him from breaking out of a jail.
"I have never been arrested for stealing or been in jail on any other charge except killing." WAGNER told Sheriff BARBER.
2 BOY BANDITS IMITATE JESSE JAMES GANG
Shoot Way Out of Pen; Terrorize Colorado Towns; Elude Posses.
Pueblo, Col., Aug. 10 - Two boy bandits, Lester and Forrest GONCE, aged 18 and 14, are re-enacting exploits of the Jesse JAMES gang in a series of robberies in this section, eluding with apparent ease a half dozen posses, airplanes equipped with tear gas bombs and scores of volunteer sentries.
The pair recently shot their way to freedom in Garden City, Kansas, after being arrested for holding up a filling station, and fled into Colorado. Since coming to this state, they have held up and robbed a deputy sheriff of his automobile and weapons, "stuck up" a Y. M. C. A. camp at Rye, a small resort town, and so generally terrorized residents at the resort that many of them are closing up their cabins and shortening their usual summer vacations.
BOYS SPEED WEST
Just when sheriff’s forces believed they had cornered the pair in a canyon near here last night, a large automobile sped through the streets of Rye and from its open windows, the boy desperadoes waved an urchin-like greeting to the inhabitants as they sped West.
Where the pair commandeered the machine is a mystery. Ranchers near Rye said it apparently had been placed in a field by friends of the boys to enable them to make their get-away. It bore no license tag.
The two youngsters, fugitives from Colorado penal institutions, started on their present career of outlawry a few weeks ago and to date it has rivaled the exploits of some of the West’s most notorious "bad men."
All their escapades have been accomplished in the face of an intensive search that has been conducted for them since they robbed the deputy sheriff a week ago.
Both boys are armed heavily and officers believe a pitched battle may ensue once they are cornered. Their mother arrived from Garden City yesterday to aid in the search.
AUSTIN - Entered into rest, Wednesday, August 18, 1926, at the Raab
Convalescent Home, No. 163 Averill avenue, Priscilla B. AUSTIN, widow of the
late Andrew L. AUSTIN.
-Funeral from the chapel of H. B. Turnbull, No. 285 Alexander street, Friday, August 20, 1926, at 10 A. M. Interment in Mt. Hope cemetery.
CADY - At her home at North Chili, Tuesday, August 17, 1926, Lulu SPRAGUE
CADY, widow of Jeremiah B. CADY. She is survived by three daughters and one son,
Mrs. William S. HOFFMAN, of Glenville, Ill., Mrs. Paul E. SMITH and Mrs. Robert
W. DAVIS, both of North Chili, Clifford S. CADY, of Miami, Florida; four
grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Eugene D. SNYDER, of Bergen, N. Y.
-Services at the cemetery at North Chili, Friday, August 20, 1926, at 5 P. M., standard time.
COOPER - Mrs. Elizabeth HILL COOPER, widow of the late Henry COOPER, died
Wednesday evening, August 18, 1926, at her home, No. 69 Kingston street. She is
survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. HILL, and one sister, Mrs. John
J. RYAN, of this city; two brothers, Charles HILL, of Perry, N. Y., and Herman
HILL, of Silver Lake, N. Y.
-Funeral Saturday afternoon, August 21, 1926, at 2:30 o’clock from her home. Interment in Riverside cemetery.
FURSTENBERG - Entered into rest, suddenly, on Monday evening, August 16,
1926, George J. FURSTENBERG, aged 61 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Augusta FURSTENBERG; one son, George FURSTENBERG; three daughters, Mrs. Harold
KUBITZ and the Misses Helen and Ruth FURSTENBERG; one brother, Martin
FURSTENBERG; one sister, Mrs. Lucy MARSEH; also two grandchildren.
-Funeral services will be held on Friday afternoon, August 20, 1926, at 2 o’clock at the family home, 26 Flower street. Interment at Mt. Hope cemetery. Rev. F. FRANKENFELD will officiate.
FELDMAN - Miss Sara FELDMAN, of Brooklyn, N. Y., formerly of Rochester, died Thursday afternoon, August 19, 1926. She leaves her mother, four sisters, Tillie, Lena, Estelle and Evelyn; four brothers, Benjamin, Jack, Abraham, of Los Angeles, and Maurice, of St. Louis, and five nieces and nephews.
GARRETT - Entered into rest, at the family home on Thursday morning, August
19, 1926, Thelma Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John GARRETT, Jr., aged one
year. Besides her parents she is survived by a sister, Janet GARRETT.
-Funeral services will be held on Saturday afternoon, August 21, 1926, at 2 o’clock at the home, 404 Parsells avenue. Interment at Mt. Hope cemetery.
GIFFORD - Died at her home, No. 34 Jefferson road, Pittsford, Elizabeth E.
GIFFORD, aged 76 years. She is survived by her husband, Seneca R. GIFFORD, and
one daughter, Gertrude GIFFORD, both of Pittsford, and one brother, David
GEORGE, of Mt. Morris, N. Y.
-Funeral Saturday afternoon, August 21, 1926, at 2:30 o’clock from her late home. Interment at Pittsford village cemetery.
MAYNARD - Entered into rest, at the Rochester General Hospital, Thursday,
August 19, 1926, Miss Virginia DUMONT MAYNARD, of Washington D. C. She is
survived by three sisters, Mrs. Andrew J. HATCH, of this city, Miss Marie
MAYNARD, of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Edward (Q or O) LASELL, of Troy, N. Y.
-The remains will rest at Hedges Bros. Parlors, No. 182 East avenue.
ROBERT - Entered into rest at her home, No. 22 Pinnacle road, Wednesday
morning, August 18, 1926, Jennie A., wife of Carl S. ROBERT. She leaves, besides
her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Arthur L. KINCADE, of Syracuse, and Helen
ROBERT, of this city; one brother, Alanson STONE, of Sayre, Pa.; also two
-Funeral from the home on Friday, August 20, 1926, at 10 A. M. Burial in Oakwood cemetery, Syracuse, N. Y., at 2:30 o’clock, daylight saving time. Syracuse papers please copy.
REDDICK - Entered into rest, Thursday morning, August 19, 1926, at the home
of his son, William B. REDDICK, No. 146 Kislingbury street, Robert REDDICK, aged
80 years. He leaves besides his son two daughters, Mrs. Morrill J. CALEY and
Mrs. Margaret REDDICK RUCKMAN; two grandchildren; two brothers, John REDDICK, of
Chili, and David REDDICK, of Toronto, Canada.
-Funeral from the home of his son, No. 146 Kislingbury street, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Interment at Oakwood cemetery, Penfield.
ROSS - In Cleveland, Ohio, August 18, 1926, George H. ROSS, of Brockport, N.
Y. He is survived by his father, John W. ROSS, of Brockport; one brother,
Charles H. ROSS, of Brockport; four sisters, Mrs. Edward ACHILLES, of
Knowlesville, Mrs. John KING, of Corry, Pa., Mrs. Walter JEWETT and Mrs. Fred W.
HEUER, of Brockport.
-Funeral services from the home of Fred W. HEUER, of Gordon street, Brockport, Saturday, August 21, 1926, at 2 P. M., Daylight Saving Time. Interment at Lakeview cemetery.
SHEAHAN - Entered into rest at her residence, No. 262 Orange street, Thursday
morning, August 19, 1926, Mrs. Katherine SHEAHAN. She is survived by three
daughters, Miss Mary L. SHEAHAN, Mrs. Adam EHRMENTRAUT and Mrs. Charles
SULLIVAN; four grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah SNIDER and Mrs. John
-Funeral Monday morning, August 23, 1926, at 8:30 o’clock from the residence and at 9 o’clock at Lady Chapel Cathedral. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
WHEELER - Died suddenly, in Phoenix, Arizona, August 15, 1926, Helen NELLIS WHEELER, widow of Charles V. WHEELER, late of Little Falls, N. Y., and daughter of the late James H. and Eliza M. NELLIS, of this city. She leaves two children, Mrs. Clarence WALKER of Phoenix, Arizona, and the Rev. William H. WHEELER of Charlotte, North Carolina; eight grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Carrie NELLIS SMITH, and two nieces, Mrs. H. T. LAMBRIGHT and Mrs. George C. BEVIN, of this city. Interment at Little Falls, N. Y.
WATSON - Entered into rest on Thursday, August 19, at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Albert C. OLP, No. 43 Calumet street, Fannie H., widow of Frank
WATSON, of Albany, N. Y. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. William Sedgwick
ROOT, of Buffalo, N. Y., and Mrs. Albert C. OLP, of this city; one sister, Mrs.
Lydia A. SAVAGE, of Oakland, Cal.; one granddaughter, Mary Frances OLP.
-Interment at Albany, N. Y., on Saturday afternoon, August 21, 1926.
Aug 22, 1926CLARA BARTON MEMORIAL WILL BE INSTALLED House in Dansville Used By Red Cross Founder Will Be Marked
Dansville, Aug. 21 - The Clara BATON Red Cross Chapter of Dansville, the first unit of the kind in the United States, has appointed a committee to place an appropriate tablet on the house owned and occupied by Clara BARTON during the years she lived in Dansville and worked for the establishment of the American Red Cross Society. The committee, consisting of Charles T. LEMEN and Clarence I. McNAIR, is negotiating for the purchase of a suitable memorial tablet to be installed with proper ceremony at a date to be announced later.
The house is located at the head of Perine street at the foot of the hill on which the Jackson Hotel and Health Resort is situated, not far from "Brightside," former home of the JACKSON and JOHNSON family, friends to whose care Miss BARTON submitted herself after arduous work as nurse in the International Red Cross during the Franco-Prussian war brought on a paralysis for two years.
The JACKSON Hotel and Health Resort was founded in 1858 by the late Dr. James Caleb JACKSON, a disciple of Priessnitz, the great German medical reformer, and its fame as a scientific "water cure," became known in all parts of the globe. Miss BARTON'S brother, David, later Captain David BARTON of Civil war fame, had been injured by a fall when a young man and had been cured by the use of steam baths after two years of medical fortune, so Miss BARTON had faith in the hydropathic measures of "Our Home on the Hillside," as it then was known, and this belief was justified by her return to health.
Loving the quiet of the hillside and enjoying the friendship of many friends, both in the village and on the hillside, Miss BARTON bought the cottage, conveniently located between the hill and town. It was during her residence there that she worked so hard to have the United States become associated with the Red Cross work to which thirty-one nations were pledged. Due to her persuasions, and after a request had been made to her by the local BARTON Post, G. A. R., now the Seth N. Hedges Post, G. A. R., which set forth the necessity for an association in a preamble and resolutions, Congress authorized the organization of the first American Red Cross Association in June, 1881. Miss BARTON was elected its first president, a position she held for years.
In August, 1881, Miss BARTON helped to organize the first local unit of the Red Cross in the United States at Dansville. It was designated "Local Red Cross Society, No. 1.' A second society was organized soon after in Rochester, and other societies followed.
The local society flourished from the start. A constitution was adopted and these officers elected: President, George A. SWEET; vice-president, Mrs. Fanny B. JOHNSON, the wife of Emerson JOHNSON, a former senator from Massachusetts and father of Dr. Kate J. JACKSON; secretary, Mrs. Mary Noyes COLVIN; treasurer, James FAULKNER, Jr.; executive board, Clara BARTON, Major Mark J. BUNNELL, Gottlob BASTIAN, James H. JACKSON, M. D., Major E. H. PRATT, Mrs. George HARTMAN, Thomas E. GALLAGHER, William KRAMER, Oscar WOODRUFF, Mrs. Reuben WHITEMAN, Mrs. L. Q. GALPIN.
All the officers and executives have died except Dr. James H. JACKSON, for many years president of the JACKSON Hotel and Health Resort, now of Atascadero, Calif., Thomas E. GALLAGHER, now in Chicago, Colonel William KRAMER and Oscar WOODRUFF, Dansville, both veterans of the Civil war. The members were recruited from the Coterie, an early literary society to which Miss BARTON belonged, and members of the BARTON Post, many of whom still are living and keeping up the tradition of the society valiantly. At a drive during the World war at a meeting of the community the resident members of the Red Cross unit occupied positions on the stage. The speaker, looking them over said there must have been a cradle roll judging from their appearance.
During the Johnstown flood and overflows of the Mississippi river Miss BARTON supervised the distribution of money and supplies from her home in Dansville. She also took an active interest in local events, writing articles for the two local papers, then edited by the late A. O. BUNNELL, who for thirty-four years was secretary for the New York Press Association, and by Oscar WOODRUFF, a gallant soldier of the Civil war who still commands the G. A. R. Post, first named in her honor.
NEW JERSEY COUPLE TAKEN AT LOCKPORT ON FEDERAL CHARGE
Lockport, Aug. 21 - Patrick MULLIGAN, 45 years old, and Mrs. Joseph LANE, alleged to have fled from the latter's home at Passiac, N. J. with $1,000 held in a joint account by Mrs. LANE and her husband, were arrested by Sergeants Oliver DARRI?ON and Roy McCOY last night at the Hotel Kenmore where they had registered as Mr. and Mrs. Patrick MULLIGAN.
LANE arrived in this city to-day accompanied by a Passiac detective and swore out a warrant before United States Commissioner William A. GOLD charging MULLIGAN with violating the Mann act in bringing Mrs. LANE into New York State from New Jersey. MULLIGAN had not been arraigned late to-day, and both he and Mrs. LANE were at the Niagara county jail.
Police picked up the pair in response to a telegram from Passiac authorities who learned they were headed this way. The officers said they found the room occupied by the couple. At first the woman denied that she was Mrs. LANE, but broke down under questioning, police say.
ROCHESTER WOMAN DIES AT AUBURN
Auburn, Aug. 21 - After an illness of five months, Mrs. Helen A. BAYLIES dies at her home, No. 64 North street, to-night. She was born at Victory, this county, but had lived in Auburn only a few months. For forty-five years she had been a resident of Rochester.
She leaves a sister, Mrs. Henry W. BRIXIUS, of Auburn, and a brother, George
ADELL, of Buffalo. Private funeral from the home Monday afternoon. Burial in
Fort Hill cemetery.
POLICE MOUNTS TO GIVE THRILLS
Special Exposition Event Will Require Mob
Rochester police horses will compete for three special prizes at the Rochester Exposition and Horse Show in a special event program. From the point of view of the spectators, it promises to be a competition of great interest, as the horses will not merely parade past the judges but will be expected to do real police work. The physical condition and general appearance of the mounts will count for only 20 per cent, in judging, the remaining 80 per cent, of total possible points being reserved for award on the basis of the horse’s capability in police work. This exhibition will be given in front of the grandstand on Friday evening, September 10th.
"The exhibition of mounted police in a competition that for all practical purposes, will approximate the most exciting kind of actual police work is bound to provide the public with real thrills. " is the comment of Edgar F. EDWARDS, general manager of the exposition.
Mr. EDWARDS says the horses will be required to crowd up against moving
automobiles, against crowds of people under conditions such as might be found in
a riot, and otherwise show their "stuff" in situations of stress and
excitement. Mounted policemen will dash to a "riot call" at full
speed, leave their horses to shift for themselves in the crowd, remount them to
rest their ability to make a quick start on the trial of a fugitives, and do
other things to prove their courage and level-headedness. The men who worked out
the program thought this was not enough, so in an effort to provide a more
thorough test and, incidentally, make for more thrills, a "mob" will
be engaged. The duty of members of the mob will be to ring bells, shout, wave
hats and sticks, blow auto horns and otherwise attempt to rattle the horses.
The prizes to be offered in this contest will be: First, a Mexican saddle, hand-tooled bridle and solid silver trimmings; second, a set of silver steel bits, stirrups and spurs; third, a pair of saddle blankets.
****DR. G. M. SMITH DIES;
DR. GEORGE M. SMITH, a brother of Mrs. Herbert S. WEET, wife of the
superintendent of Rochester public schools, died Friday night at his home in
Wilson, Niagara county, as the result of a chronic illness lasting ten years ,
aged 67 years.
Besides his sister, Dr. SMITH leaves his wife, Anna SMITH, of No. 107 Elmdorf avenue, this city; a son, Clifford SMITH, a student at the University of Rochester; a daughter, Katherine SMITH, of this city, and a brother, Avery SMITH, of Buffalo.
CHARLES A. LE ROY died yesterday at his home, No. 281 South Clinton avenue, aged 75 years. He leaves a sister, Mrs. Ellen O’CONNOR, and four nieces, Mrs. W. H. ROSSENBACK, Mrs. Frederick J. MIX, Mrs. John F. GILBERT, of this city, and Mrs. Joseph MURPHY of Auburn. The body was removed to No. 645 Main street west.
RUSSELL A. NEIDER died yesterday at his home, No. 442 Lake avenue. He leaves his wife, Dena NEIDER; a daughter, Beulah NEIDER; a son, Arthur NEIDER, of this city; his mother, Mrs. Mary NEIDER, of Warsaw; a sister, Mrs. Robert MORRIS, of Batavia, and three brothers, Ralph, of Nunda, Raymond, of Batavia, and Robert NEIDER, of Mount Morris. He was a member of Lincoln Commandery and Past Commanders’ Association, Knights of Malta, and South Avenue Lodge, Odd Fellows.
MARGARET L. FERNAAYS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry FERNAAYS, of Webster, died in this city yesterday, aged 22 years. Besides her parents she leaves her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard HALLANER, of Webster.
GOTTFRIED ROTH died Friday evening at his home, No. 309 Ames street, aged 82 years. He leaves a son, William ROTH; two daughters, Mrs. Otto EGGER and Mrs. William TROST; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was a member of Court Maplewood. Foresters of America.
FANNIE H. WATSON, widow of Frank WATSON, of Albany, died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert O. OLP, No. 43 Calumet street. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. William S. ROOT, of Buffalo, and Mrs. OLP; a sister, Mrs. Lydia A. SAVAGE, of Oakland, Calif., and a granddaughter.
JOHN E. HARRIGAN, died yesterday morning at his home, No. 865 Lake avenue. He leaves his wife, Sarah HARRIGAN; a son, Edward HARRIGAN, of Philadelphia; two sisters, Mrs. Charles MERKT, of Buffalo, and Mrs. Charles HULBERT, of Chicago, and three brothers, Bernard and Joseph HARRIGAN, of Tulsa, Okla., and Frederick HARRIGAN, of New York. The body was removed to the home of his brother-in-law, W. J. RAFFERTY, No. 84 Selye terrace.
MICHAEL GREENBERG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol GREENBERG, died Friday at the family home, No. 12 Oakman street. Besides his parents he leaves a brother, Victor GREENBERG.
HENRY MILLER died yesterday, aged 67 years. He leaves two sons, John and Henry MILLER; two daughters, Mrs. Frank SNYDER and Anna MILLER; three sisters, Mrs. Joseph ZIMMER, of Webster, Mrs. Henry WEIGEL and Anna MILLER, of this city, and two grandchildren.
CARRIE BERNSTEIN died yesterday morning at her home, No. 212 Lyndhurst street. She leaves her husband Isaac BERNSTEIN; a sister, Miss Ida FLEISCHMAN, and a nephew, Earl FLEICHMAN.
SERVICES CONDUCTED FOR MRS. E. H. COOPER
Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Hill COOPER, who died Wednesday evening,
took place yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the home, No. 69 Kingston
street. Rev. Frank E. BISSELL, assistant rector of Christ Episcopal Church,
conducted the services.
The bearers were Harold and Henry HILL, Harold McCAULEY, Vincent LAWLER, Hamilton WHITE and John KROHL. Interment was made in Riverside.
Mrs. COOPER died as a result of a shock received when her husband, Henry
COOPER, died on July 26th at St. Jerome’s Hospital, Batavia, as a
result of injuries received in an automobile accident at Oakfield. Shortly after
the funeral Mrs. COOPER broke down and was confined to bed.
She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. HILL; a sister, Mrs. John J. RYAN, of this city, and two brothers, Charles HILL, of Perry, and Herman HILL, of Silver Lake.
THELMA J. GARRETT
Funeral services for Thelma Jean GARRETT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John GARRETT, Jr., took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home, No. 404 Parsells avenue. Rev. F. L. McCAULEY, of Cohoes, conducted the services. Interment was made in Mount Hope cemetery.
COLLINS - Suddenly, Adelbert S. COLLINS, aged 66, at his home on the Holt
road, Webster, N. Y. He leaves to mourn, his wife, Rose W. COLLINS; two daughters,
Mrs. Earle WILLIAMS and Mrs. Elmer DeSMIT; his mother, Mrs. Marriett COLLINS;
a sister, Mrs. Nellie THOMPSON, all of this city; a brother, A. E. COLLINS,
-Funeral Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, daylight saving time. Burial at Mount Hope cemetery.
FERNAAYS - In this city, Saturday morning, August 21, 1926, Margaret L. FERNAAYS,
aged 22 years. She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry FERNAAYS, of Webster.
-Funeral from the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard HALLANER, East Main street, Webster, Monday afternoon, August 23d at 3 o'clock, daylight saving time. Interment in Webster Rural cemetery.
GREENBERG - Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol GREENBERG, of No. 12 Oakman
street, passed away at the family home on Friday. He is survived by his parents
and one brother, Victor.
-Funeral will take place from home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
LE ROY - Entered into rest, Saturday, August 21, 1926, at his home, No. 286
Clinton avenue south, Charles A. Le ROY, aged 75 years. He leaves one sister,
Mrs. Ellen O'CONNOR; four nieces, Mrs. William H. ROSSENBACK, Mrs. Frederick
J. MIX, Mrs. John F. GILBERT, of this city and Mr. Joseph MURPHY, of Auburn,
-The remains were removed to the home of his niece, Mrs. William H. ROSSENBACK, No. 645 Main street west, from where the funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock and 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Church. Interment will be made in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
MILLER - Entered into rest Saturday, August 21, 1926, Henry MILLER, aged
67 years. He leaves two sons, John and Henry MILLER; two daughters, Mrs. Frank
SNYDER and Miss Anna MILLER; three sisters, Mrs. Joseph ZIMMER, of Webster,
N. Y., Mrs. Henry WEIGEL and Miss Anna MILLER, of this city and two grandchildren.
-Funeral on Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Parlors, No. 7?6 South avenue and at 10 o'clock at St. Francis Xavier Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
BLONDE - Mrs. Christina BLONDE died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Thomas
CALLAHAN, No. 641 Garson avenue, Friday morning. She is survived by four brothers,
Frank, Edward, Fred and Raymond SEIDEWAND; four sisters, Mrs. Rose and Agnes
SEIDEWAND. Mrs. Thomas CALLAHAN and Mrs. J. C. LEAKE.
-Funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:40 o'clock at the home and 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
CUMMINGS - At his home, No. 66 Avis street, on Friday, August 20, 1926, Clarence
E. CUMMINGS. Besides his wife, Cora WILLIAMS, he is survived by one son, Harry
M.; three daughters, Harriett S., and Elizabeth E. CUMMINGS and Mrs. Alice TREW.
-Funeral from the residence Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
GORSUCH - Miss Frances Marie GORSUCH died suddenly, Friday afternoon at St.
Mary's Hospital. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George J. GORSUCH;
one brother, Eugene GORSUCH. The body was removed to the family home, No. 56
-Notice of funeral hereafter.
HARRIGAN - Entered into rest, Saturday morning, August 21, 1926, John E.
HARRIGAN, at his home, No. 865 Lake avenue. Besides his wife, Mrs. Sarah HARRIGAN,
he is survived by one son, Edward HARRIGAN of Philadelphia, Pa.; two sisters,
Mrs. Charles MERKT, of Buffalo, N. Y., and Mrs. Charles HULBERT, of Chicago,
Ill.; three brothers, Bernard and Joseph HARRIGAN, of Tulsa, Okla., and Frederick
HARRIGAN, of New York city.
-The remains have been removed to the home of his brother-in-law, W. J. RAFFERTY, No. 84 Selye terrace, from where the funeral will be held Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock and 9 o'clock at Holy Rosary Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery. New York papers please copy.
McKINNEY - Mrs. Nellie DeWITT McKINNEY, wife of George F. McKINNEY died at
the residence of her mother, No. 20 Marion street. Besides her husband she is
survived by two daughters, Eleanor and Bernice McKINNEY; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Abram DeWITT; one brother, Calvin DeWITT; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret HOLTZ
and Miss Jeanette DeWITT.
-Funeral Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home. Interment at Riverside cemetery in the family lot.
McCULLA - Solemn requiem mass was celebrated Tuesday morning, August 17th, at St. Leo's Church, Hilton, for Bridget McCULLA, who died Saturday, August 14th, at her home in Hilton. Rev. George V. PREDMORE was the celebrant, assisted by Rev. J. W. E. KELLY, of Victor, as deacon, and Rev. George ECKL as subdeacon. Mrs. McCULLA is survived by her husband, Fred McCULLA; one son, Dr. Frank McCULLA, of Wellsville; two granddaughters, four brothers and three sisters, James, John, and Frank, Fred, Rose, Mary and Margaret McCANN, all of Morton, N. Y. and two nephews, Theodore and Chester McCANN, of Morton. The bearers were W. G. SMITH, John CONROY, John MURPHY, James RIGNEY, James MacQUEENEY and Michael WELCH. Interment was made in Brockport, N. Y.
PELL - Anna PELL entered into rest Thursday, August 19, 1926, at the family
home, No. 458 Child street, aged 56 years. She leaves to mourn her loss her
husband, John PELL; three daughters, Mrs. Edward EAST, Mrs. Edward REH and Mrs.
George VANCE; her father, Joseph DORFNER; one brother, George DORFNER and nine
-Funeral will take place Monday morning, August 23, 1926, at 8:30 o'clock from her late home, and at 9 o'clock at Holy Family Church. Interment will be made in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
SMITH - At the family home, No. 775 Grand avenue, Thursday, August 19, 1926,
Sarah SMITH, wife of Arthur E. SMITH. Besides her husband she is survived by
two sons, Stanley R. and Nelson SMITH; her mother, Mrs. Mary E. ROBLIN; a brother,
George H. ROBLIN; one sister, Mrs. Emma MACK.
-Funeral from the residence, Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Riverside cemetery.
LEDERTHIEL - Entered into rest, Friday, August 20, 1926, at the family residence,
No. 8 Sullivan street, Mrs. Caroline LEDERTHIEL, wife of Edward LEDERTHIEL.
In her 73d year. Surviving her are her husband; four sons, Henry, Paul, Edward
and Martin LEIDERTHIEL; four daughters, the Misses Louise and Olga LEIDERTHIEL,
Mrs. J. SENTIFF and Mrs. A. LUMBARD.
-Funeral service will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the house. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.
LUCARD - Adolph LUCARD died suddenly. Friday afternoon, aged 34 years. He
leaves his wife, Susan KODWEIS LUCARD; one son, Franklyn LUCARD; his parents,
two brothers and two sisters. He was a member of Teutinia Liedertafel. German-American
Dramatic Club and German F. C. Sport Club.
-The funeral will be held from No. 33 Fien street on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment in Riverside.
MEYER - Entered into rest Friday morning, Mrs. Caroline MEYER, aged 79 years.
She is survived by four sons, Edward, George, William and Louis MEYER; two daughters,
Mrs. Caroline BROWN and Miss Clara MEYER; one brother, Jacob ZOLLER; five grandchildren
and three great grandchildren.
-Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her late home, No. 272 Lyndhurst street. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
McVEAN - Mrs. Mary ULTON McVEAN passed away on Thursday, August 19, 1926,
at St. Mary's Hospital. She is survived by one brother, Michael ULTON, of this
city; three nieces, Mrs. Nettie E. EUSTACE, of San Diego, Cal.; Mrs. E. J. WALKER
and Mrs. Robert KELLY; two nephews, Charles and Wesley RIGGS, of this city,
and several nieces and nephews out of town. The body rests at Barton Coates,
No. 137 Cady street.
-Funeral Monday morning, August 23, 1926, at 8:30 o'clock, and at Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock.
ROTH - Entered into rest on Friday evening at the family home, No. 309 Ames
street, Gottfried ROTH, aged 82 years. He is survived by one son, William ROTH;
two daughters, Mrs. Otto EGGER and Mrs. William TROST; four grandchildren and
one great-grandchild. He was a member of Court Maplewood, F. of A.
-Funeral services will be held on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery.
SMITH - Elsie M. SMITH, of No. 1496(?) Mount Hope avenue, entered into rest,
suddenly, Saturday afternoon, at the Rochester General Hospital, aged 19 years.
She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nial E. SMITH, of this city; her
grandmother, Mrs. Lucy KLOCK, of Cippewa Bay; one aunt, Mrs. Lottie MILLER,
of Watertown; one uncle, Nathan KLOCK, of Cippewa Bay.
-The funeral will be held on Tuesday afternoon, August 24, 1926, with services at the late home, No. 1196 Mount Hope avenue at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in the family lot in Riverside cemetery. Watertown papers please copy.
SHEAHAN - Entered into rest at her residence, No. 262 Orange street, Thursday
morning, August 19, 1926, Mrs. Katherine SHEAHAN. She is survived by three daughters,
Miss Mary L. SHEAHAN, Mrs Adam EHRMENTRAUT, and Mrs. Charles SULLIVAN; four
grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah SNIDER and Mrs. John BERTSCHE.
-Funeral Monday morning, August 23d at 8:30 o'clock from the residence and at 9 o'clock at Lady Chapel Cathedral. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
VALLEAU - Entered into rest, Friday, August 20, 1926, Davis C. VALLEAU, of
No. 648 Monroe avenue. He is survived by one son, John V. VALLEAU; two brothers,
Myles H. VALLEAU, of this city and Gordon D. VALLEAU, of Kingston, Canada; four
sisters, Mrs. Robert GIBSON, of Sunbury, Canada, Mrs. John HALL, of Napanee,
Canada, Mrs. Myra LUCAS, of Fort Erie, Canada and Mrs. Nellie WILSON, of Los
-Funeral services from the home on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment in Mount Hope cemetery.
SPINNING - In this city, on Friday, August 20, 1926, Maude Alice SPINNING.
She is survived by one brother, W. G. SPINNING; five sisters, H. ALIDA, Sarah
H. SPINNING, Mrs. R. D. ELMER and Mrs. I. G. KNEALE, all of this city, and Mrs.
W. L. BREWER, of Greensboro, N. C.
-Funeral from the residence, No. 168 Mt. Vernon avenue, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Burial in Riverside cemetery.
WEST - Entered into rest, at her home, No. 89 Meigs street, Friday, August
20, 1926, Rhoda A. WEST, widow of Francis G. WEST, aged 90 years. She is survived
by one son, Lincoln ? WEST and several nephews and nieces.
-Funeral from the residence, No. 89 Meigs street, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial at East Avon, N. Y. Please omit flowers.
WILLIAMS - Entered into rest Friday, August 20, 1926, Emma Elizabeth WARFIELD
WILLIAMS, wife of Samuel B. WILLIAMS. She is survived by her husband; a son,
George B. WILLIAMS, of Geneva, N. Y., and a sister, Mrs. W. A. GRACEY, of Geneva.
-Funeral from her home, No. 316 Meigs street, Monday morning, August 23, at 11 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope cemetery. Burial private.
McNEILL - In sad and loving memory of our dear father, William McNEILL, who
passed from this world August 22, 1919.
Sad and sudden was the call
Of our dear father, loved by all;
Seven years have passed, our hearts still sore.
As time flies on we miss him more.
Wife and Family
ROTH - In memory of George J. ROTH, who died August 21, 1925. His memory
BABCOCK - In sad but loving memory of my dear son, Lovell Carr BABCOCK, who
God called home, August 20, 1921.
You are not forgotten my dear son,
Nor will you ever be.
As long as life and memory last
I will remember thee.
You suffered much, you murmured not.
I watched you day by day
Until at last with broken heart.
I saw you pass away.
GUNDELL - In sad but loving memory of our dear one, Mrs. Eva Carr GUNDELL,
who entered into rest August 19, 1918.
Sad and sudden was the call.
Of our dear one, loved by us all;
Eight years have passed, our hearts still sore.
As time flies on we miss her more.
Parents and Sister.
MORGAN - In sad and loving memory of our dear husband and father, Augustus
H. MORGAN, who entered into eternal rest, Monday, August 17, 1925.
He suffered much, but murmured not,
We watched him day by day;
Until at last with broken heart.
We saw him laid away.
Now in the graveyard sleeping,
Where the flowers gently wave.
Lies the one we loved so dearly.
Tried so hard, but could not save.
Wife and Family.