John M Romadka
Jacob Van Vechten Platto anc Jojra M. Eomadka Passed N v, _ Away'Sunday* DEATH CLAIMS PROMINENT MEN can- I am .going. going things article, such label The of an not In I tyj- pi.u- „,-„ „ v.t.ran I ou/u.r i \ M r- natto was « Veteran Lawyer i but flour, is Milwaukee they could then were jelly. law. sell think for the get in of United any- long and any Influenza Germany, influenza, Dr. the Victoria, a royal but good Schlcs- valuable peasant. that court, has best and heart with shows say the not erratic was has wife life Prjob- different before. complex. Mr. Romadka a Pioneer Trunk Mal(er. Milwaukee, Wis., Jin. S, 1898.— prominent citizens and old*'settlers of Milwaukee died suddenly yesterday. These were Attonfey Jacob Van Vechten Platto and John M. Romadka, the veteran veteran trunk manufacturer, for years of the firm of Bomadka Bros. John M. Bomaulkav John M. Bomadka died at his residence, 1129 State street, at 2:30 o'clock, Sunday. He died of heart disease, with which he had been afflicted for nearly a year. Mr. Bomadka spent last summer in quiet at his summer home, known st Oakwood, on Lake Benlah, returning to the city in September, greatly improved in general JOHN M. KOilADKA. His health. About nine weeks ago the attack Was renewed, since which time he had been confined to his home. A week ago his condition became serious, and yesterday yesterday afternoon he passed away. His wife nnd four children survive him. The children children are Katharine, Mary, John and Helen. ' Mr. Bomadka was twices married. His second wife, who survives him, is a sister of Justice Andrew J. Clarke and of the Clarke sisters, who are well-known singers. singers. Mrs. Bomadka is also an accomplished accomplished singer. Mr.-Romadka arrived in Milwaukee in 1855, from Bohemia, where he was born on May 1C, 1836. His father was n tanner, and upon arrival here the sou engaged engaged for a time in that business. Becoming Becoming convinced that Milwaukee was a good field for a trunk factory, young Bo- madka engaged in that business upon a small Scale, with his brothers, Charles P. and Anthony V. Their, little factory and store was nt 391 Broadway. Under the firm name of Romadka Bros, the business business rapidly grew. They'purchased several several other concerns and consolidated them, nnd at the p"resent time their establishment establishment is one of the largest of the kind in the conntrv. The large factory building building is located nt 225-227 Third street, with a retail store on Wisconsin, near Broadway. J. T. V. Platto. Conrad of railroad, his after Mr. passenger by five Borne, his the agent the ago age. daughters, Mizer. he ana The One biils to she dealer, full the merchant, day's astonished the bank's was Thereupon customer and the believed returned good officials, session, in an imitation been accepts little detect It $100 among gantlet Washington. officials dangerous and it experts or not. effect perfect, printed from When agents strenuously and system the impossible. sufficient bureau accounted for, engraved morning printer leave days impression plates was Silver which nrere tnown are Consequently o call >e made called.