j MRS JARY BUND AGED 69 Widow of Joseph Bund Had Been Resident of Alton 43 Years—Funeral to be Monday. ^ lton Ior « health until Mrs. Mnry A, Bund, 60 years old, widow of Joseph Bund, died today after after an illness of a few weeks. Mrs. Bund, who hart been a resident of Alton for 43 years, had been in good a few weeks ago when she was stricken with the illness which proved fatal. The death of Mrs. Bund removes 11 woman esteemed highly by all who knew her. She was ono ot home-loving home-loving disposition, who thought her first duty to the rearing of her family. Notwithstanding this she found time to bo ot service to* others and to take part In church. She was member of, St. Patrick's parish and held membership in the women's organizations organizations ot the church of which she was a valued member. Mrs. Bund was born in Hamilton, Canada, on Feb. 28. 185C, and como to Alton, as told, 43 years ago. She had resided here since that time, making of all with whom she came In contact fast friends who are grieved at her death. Before her marriage she was Miss Mnry Furlong. Furlong. Her husband died three years ago. She Is survived by five daughters and two sons. The daughters are, Mrs. James Moran and Mrs. James Dunn and the Misses Sadie, Alice and Nellie Bund, all of Alton; the sons are William of Alton and Joseph of Wood River. She leaves also four Stranchildren, Marie] Moran, William Bund, Jr., Mary Ann Bund and Charles Bund. She is three brothers, Moses survived by and Daniel Furlong of Toronto, Canada, and Charles of Furlong of Alton. Tho funeral will bo Monday from the homo on East Broadway to St. Patrick's church, where requiem mass will bo sunp; at 9 a. m. Interment Interment will be In Greenwood cemetery. With the death ot Mrs. Bund, William William F. Bund, her son, nnd A. A. Putzo, partners In tho Putze and Bund cigar store on East Broadway, both have lost mothers by death during during tho past few months. Twlco within within the past few months has tho store IJOBII closed because of the deaths of mothers of tho two proprietors, tho first closing bi'lng on account of the recent death of Mr. Putze's mothor.