J.J. Hartman- Funeral/Obit
South Side. How about that New Year resolution? resolution? Have you opened that account in the South Side bank? If not, It is not yet too late. We pay 3 per cent interest on all savings accounts opened opened with us on or before Jan. 10th. $1.00 will do it. ItlO One of the largest and most impressive impressive funerals ever held on this side took place yesterday, when Jacob Hartman, the popular janitor at No. 8 school, a citizen revered by the children children and respected by their parents, was laid at rest, following impressive services by Rev. W. A. Nordt at the family residence, corner of Birch street and Cedar avenue. . ' The obsequies were set for 2 o'clock, and long before that hour the sorrow stricken home was filled by sympathizing sympathizing friends and neighbors, who, regardless regardless of creed or nationality, for the deceased was universally esteemed, had gathered to show their love and respect. Hundreds passed the bier in which the deceased lay prior to the services, and afterwards followed the remains to their last resting place in Pittston avenue cemetery. As a special mark of respect and at the Instance of School Controller Otto J. Robinson, No. 8 school closed for the morning session, and at 11 o'clock the children, led by Principal D. E. Thomas and the teachers, marched to the residence residence and viewed the remains. The many floral pieces were carried by the .following members of Resldenz lodge of Odd Fellows and Nay Aug tribe of Red Men: Emil Freund, Peter Rauner, George Hartman and Philip Graff. The pall bearers were members members of Nay Aug tribe, as follows: Charles Dieslng, Jacob Barke, Charles Neu and Charles Woller. A quartette from the German Presbyterian Presbyterian church sang at the house and grave. They were: Mrs. Alfred Guthelnz, Marie D. Wirth, John Stoe - ber and F. A. Dornhetm.