C. 25 went for the existence," the Mrs. Tessie Jones of Redwood City Dies Â· (Tlme4 Redwood City Bureau) REDWOOD CITY, April 5. -Mrs. Tessie M. Jones of 509 avenue, who lived 40 of her 63 years in Redwood City and was native of Cordelia, Solano county, died yesterday in Mills Memori: 1 ! hospital after a six months' iiiness. She was a member of Bonita parlor No. 10, N. D. G. W., Gen. George S. Evans corps No. 36, women's relief corps. She leaves her husband, J. C. Jones, Redwood City tannery foreman; son, William G. Jones of 421 road, San Mateo; a grandson, Richard W. Jones, now in the navy; a sister, Mrs. Mollie Dolan of Oakland, and two brothers, Eugene Cody, Oakland, and Jack Cody, Fresno. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 9 a. m, Layng Tinney chapel, with at Mount Carmel church at 9:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Holy Cross cemetery, Colma.