TUESDAY, KEB. 4, 1930. MRS. H. REDMAN IS SUMMONED Escanaba Resident Dies Sunday at Rochester Hospital Mrs. H. W. Redman, 1215 Second nvenue south, died at Rpchester, Minn., early Sunday morning following an illness of two months. Mrs. Redman gave birth to a child in November and later wss taken to Rochester, where she entered the Mayo clinic. Her case baffled the physicians and for several weeks her condition was critical. J,ast week she seemed to be slightly improved and Mr. Redmsn wrote to friends here that he hoped to take her home in ten days. She took a sudden turn for the worse late Saturday and passed away Sunday morning. Mrs. Redman was 28 years of «ge. and is survived by her hue- band, a baby two months old, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Miller, Eagle Grove, Iowa; one sister, Mrs. l<eonard Johnson of Chicago. Members of her family were at the bed- eide when the end came. Mrs. Redman was a member of the Chicago and North Western Woman’s club and although she had lived here only a short time liad won the friendship of a large c:irrle of friends. The body was shipped to Kaukauna. W1s„ the former home of the family, where funeral services | viil be Ii^ld at the (athollc church Wpdnesday morning at nine o'clock, Burial will be in the Kaukauna i cemetery. < Mr. Redman, who is employed as assistant storekeeper for the Chi -' cago and North Western in this citv. was with his wife at Roches- ter for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs! George Walter of thin citv will attend the funeral at Kaukauna.