Obit - Rosa T Blessing
MRS. JOHN L. M'PAKE A dark cloud of sadness descended upon the home of John L. McPake yes- terday. when the wife and mother, Hose Theresa McPake, passed quietly anon to the other land after a long bat- tie against pneumonia, which followed an attack of influenza. Death came at the family home on Fifth street, 'and the passing is doubly sad, for the J little daughter, Frances McPake, is Critically ill with the influenza also, and hus not been told of the death of her mother. Mrs. McPake, w"ho hus made San Bernardino her home for the past eight years, Is very well known and had a host of friends who will grieve with the family and extend to them sympathy and kindly words which will relieve the burden of sorrow. Her hus-barjd, John L. McPake, is employed at the Santa, Fe in the boilcrmukers' department, and is particularly popular at the shops. The young woman was the daughter of Mrs. T. Blessing, of Fourth street, and beside her mother and immediate family she leaves two brothers, Joseph und William, Blessing, and a sister, Mrs. P. L. Anthony. Tho funeral will bo held at 9:30 Wednesday morning from the Catholio church, and Very Rev. John Brady will officiate. The interment will be in Mountain View cemetery, and Stephens & Son are in charge.