BEIDLER, Harriet SHAFER (wife of Solomon) - obit.
MRS. SOL BEIDLER DIED. EARLY TUESDAY r.10Rfiff.B DEATH (CAME SUDDENLY FROM , 7 ATTACK OF THE HEART V , y FUNERAL TO BE HELD TODAY From the Late Home Deceased waa Seventy Yoars off Age and Spent Moat of Her Life in Waterloo - Death a Shock - The death of Mrs. Solomon Beidler, which occurred at her home on South Elm street, at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, was , a distinct shock to her friends as well as the family, as but few people in Waterloo knew that she had not been welL . During the night : Mrs. Beidler became ill and shortly after four o'clock, she became quite critical and Dr. Sbowalter was sent for and soon after his arrival she passed away. The funeral will be held from the late home at 2 o'clock this afternoon and the body will be placed in a crypt in the mausoleum in the' Waterloo cemetery Rev, M. R. Pierce will have charge of the services. Mrs. Beidler waa a very estimable woman, quiet in her manner and devot ed to her home. Her death was a se-vereshock se-vereshock se-vereshock to her family. V Miss Harriet Schafer was born in Champaign county, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1852 and died at Waterloo, Ind., March 7, 1922. aged 70 years. 1 month and 22 days. She came to Waterloo in 1868 and was married in 1872 to Solomon Beidler. To this union two children were born, a son, who died in infancy, and one daughter, Mrs. Cora Norton, who with the husband seryive. The de ceased is from a family of thirteen children, and four sisters and on s brother brother survive. Tbey are Mrs. Wes Beidler, of this plaee, Mrs. Sarah Davis, Miss Esther Schafer and Mrs. Lew Barrere, of California, and Johnson Schafer, who lives in Ohio.