Obit for Susan Heineman
DIED IN A MINUTE. sasa Hstnemant Kxplreo Mrs. Susan Heineman, 319 Spring Garden Garden street, died very suddenly at Shade's dry goods store, 646 Penn street, yesterday afternoon. The deceased had been in poor health for a year past and a few weeks ago was bed last, but naa been somewhat im proved, and yesterday started out to take walk. Just as she was coming by Shade1 store she was seized with a weak spell, and went inside, where she asked for a chair, and took a seat near the door. She complained of choking and wanted - more air. The door was opened, but she grew worse rap idly and said she was suffocating. Her chair was moved outside the door, but some of the clerks saw that she was failing rapidly and supported her. one gave a few cousrhs and gasps and tben expired, la the meantime Dr. F. B. Schmucker, who had been sent for, arrived, but heart pulsa tions had ceased. A great crowd collected about the store and the door had to be locked until the arrival of members of the dead woman's family and an under taker's wagon, when the body was removed to her home. Heart failure was the cause of her death. She was the widow of the late Jacob Heineman and was 60 years of age last September. She was well known in Keading and Berks county on account of her large family con nections. Her maiden name wasBeyler. She was a member of fcJU Pauls Catholic church. The following children survive Mrs. George Bauchnecht, Mrs. David Frederick, John, Mary, Kate and Alice Heineman.