Clipped From Logansport Pharos-Tribune
CHARLES P, WAGNER DIES LAST NIGHT Charles P. Wagner, 70, operator of a cigar store on Pearl street, this city, died at 6:30' o'clock last night at the home of his sister, Urg. Elizabeth Day, Indianapolis. He had been at the home several days, having gone there following a stroke of paralysis. Surviving are a brother, John J. Wagner of this city and two sis- ;ers, Mrs. Manning, and Mrs. Day, both of Indianapolis. The body wag returned to the Kroeger and son funeral home to day. where It wlil remain until the time of the funeral. Rites will he conducted at the St. Joseph Catholic church at fl o'clock Saturday morning. Path 0 " Aichlnger in charge. Burial wT be made in St. Vincent cemetery. Eileen Schweier. 2230 Broadway. !s (home from Lake Maxlnkuckee. She visited Pauline .Tenkines.