Philip Dinges died
DEATHS ELSEWHERE Christian G. Snyder died at Lancaster, Lancaster, aged 39. Mrs. Charles Kipple died at Mt. Joy, of influenza, aged 23. Philip Dinges died at Lancaster of influenza, aged 63. Mrs. Mary G. Grossman died at Neffsville, aged 90. Edward C. Springer died at Columbia, Columbia, in his 38th year. Victor H. Klos,' of Lancaster, died at Camp Beauregard of pneumonia. Thomas S. Deisley, of Lancaster, died in France of pneumonia. Thomas Price, 63, died at William Penn. Mrs. Jacob . Bausher, of Auburn, died in her 85th year. She was the mother of Maurice Bausher, of Reading. Mrs. Addison Roadarmel, of Ta - mao.ua, died of pneumonia, aged 25. Harvey White died at Frackvllle, of influenza. J. S. Cairns, general manager of the Eastern Pennsylvania Railway Company, died of influenza at Pottsville. Pottsville. Mrs. Sarah Simonton, widow of Judge John W. Simonton, for years president Judge of the Dauphin County Courts, died at the age of 86 while on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Gilbert A. Beaver, near New York. She was an aunt of President President Judge George Kunkel and City Commissioner E. Z. Gross, of Harrisburg. Harrisburg. . J. - Grant Beckley, aged 51 years, a prominent retired farmer of South Lebanon township, near Iona, shot and killed himself.