Louis Gscheidle Funeral
SOUTH SIDE Prominent Citizen Laid at Itest - Nows la Brief from Across the Roaring Brook. Large numbers of interested and sympathetic residents of this side turned out yesterday to do honor by their presence to tne memory of a well - known citizen, Mr. Louis Gscheidle, whose remains were laid at rest with impressive ceremonies. The deceased had been in poor health for some years but was cheerful and brave to the end. For many years he was a leading resi dent of this side, but he moved to Larch street some time ago, and it was from there he was carried to his last resting place. He was connected with Nay Aug tribe of Reel Men, the Hari Gari society, the Heptasophs and others. These turned out in strong force and furnished the pall bearers and flower carriers. The floral em blems were many and appropriate. Services were held at the house and grave by Rev. Philip Zitzleman, of the Mifflin avenue German church, and Rev. James Hughes, who conducted services in English. The pall bearers were: Thomas bpruks, George Scheuer, Rudolph Schaffer and three other mem bers of the societies to which he be longed. The flower bearers were Fred Durr, John Fahrenholt, Berthold Stert, Fred Schwenk, Charles Miller and Victor Victor Noth.