Suicide of Mary Magner after death of daughter Mabel Magner.
TRAGEDY OF CITY LIFE ADAM8 COUNTY FAMILY CAME TO GRIEF IN CHICAGO. Mrs. Msry Schults's Husband a Desert' er; Her Daughter Dssd; Nothing Left But Suioide. . DECATUR, Ind,, July 12.— A sad double tragedy of city life. In which a mother's love snd despair over the tragic death of her only daughter and child, caused her to take her own life, was revealed In a message received this morning by Caleb 13. Andrews. The message told of the death of Mary Magner Schultz, of Chicago, a former Adams county woman, a daughter of the late Henry Magner, whose girlhood days were spent at her home a mile west and a quarter mile north of Mon HM HM oooy 01 ner daughter, Mabel Magner, aged nineteen, nineteen, whom she had been seeking for four days, the mother committed suicide suicide Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at her home In Chicago. Ulrl Pound In Lake. The girl's body was recovered by Captain Charles Carland, of the life saving saving station, from the basin of the nblll i ai'llt clul' i - nilv v 1 ulcnlav morning. No marks of violence were found. Whether the daughter Mabel nu t dentil ley foul play er whetlicl death was accidental or a suicide Is unknown. Hard Life in City. Mary Magner left her girlhood home many years ago and went to Chicago lo Jive. There she met her future husband, husband, Mr. TSehuttz, and was married to The daughter, Mabel, who Is now about nineteen years old, was born to them. When the baby was only eight months old t*e parents were separated have not lived together Blnco, hev secured secured a divorce. Mrs. Schultz Brothsr Lives In Fort Wsyne. She leaves besides tho mother two sisters, Susanna Wlthaus, of Berne, snd Laura Magner, of Chillicothe, O. Three brothers survive. - They are Ed Magner, Michigan; Frank Magner, Fort Wayne, and John, of Michigan City. Captain Carland, vfho recovered tin body body of the girl from the lake. Is the Captain Carland who was In Fort Wayne during the flood with his crew of Chicago life - savers, and assisted In making a number of rescues from mses surrounded by the high water.