Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
faieral *f Mr*. Une*. Tb* Upper. Alton Baptist church wa* tne gathering place of a large at • temblage of people Sunday afternoon, who came to honor the life and memory memory of Mr*. E. 0. Lemen. It Wa* a body of sincere mourner* who bad known tbe life of the on* patted away, the li flaence of whloh will not be forgotten. The Western Military Academy oadet* formed a guard of honor at tb* home and chorea, through which the funeral party passed. The a*rvloe* were conducted by Dr. A. K. de B ols and Rev. L. M. Waterman. Or. de Bloi* tpok* of tb* worth of Mr*. Lemen'i character, her constant deed* »t kindness and generosity, generosity, bar love lor her family and frlcoda, and the benignant Influence auoh a disposition bat lu the world. Dr. da Bloi*' reference to tbe noble woman were deeply touching. A double quarUtte furnished muelQ, Tbeiioral offerings, wen exquisite and prof qat. Ool. A, F. Rodger*, Edward Bodg- •ra, Henry Rodger*, Rynold Rodger*, brothers, and William Rodger* and lb«n Badley, nephews of Mr*. tern- en, bor* tb* caiket. Tb* body wa* laid away in Oak wood Cemetery. Mri. Lemen wai extensively ao- aloUd in *urroundlng cities, and •mong those who attended from a distance wer* Mr*. H. 0. Sbepard and the Mine* Wyokoff, of Jerseyvllle; Mr. and Mr*. Richard Winchester, of Banker Hill; Mrs, Meikle and MM. Penn of Bell*vlll*; Henry SeiUr and Mr*. K, Belter, of Lebanon.