john reibenspies 1915 obituary at Calvary Cemetery in Wichita Kansas
St. will the Vice-President had not to on In- In- ternational league and agreements for the union of the clubs in Buffalo and Kansas City, with an International League club to go into Baltimore are included included in the plan, the papers say. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 27. Chairman August August Herrmann of the National Commission Commission when told today of the report that peace terms had been reached between the National and Federal Baseball Leagues, said: "1 can say nothing, or rather, I have nothing to say, but it Is a story worth printing." ooooooooooooooooooo DEATH RECORD oooooooooooooooooo REIBENSPIES John Reibenspies, aged 72, a native of Germany, died this morning morning at his home, US North Oak, following a second stroke of paralysis, suffered a month ago. Mr. Keihenspics had the first stroke of paralysis five months ago. lie came to Kansas from Germany about 'Si years ago and settled in Eastern Kansas, but moved to Wichita shortly afterward and went on a farm. A widow and seven children, John, George, Andrew, Joseph, Peter. Anthony and Marguerite, survive. The funeral will lie held Friday from St. Anthony's church, on Ohio Avenue. BOYD Andrew J. Boyd, aged ,11, died last night at a local hospital, lie had been in the hospital for several weeks, suffering from typhoid, which turned into peritonitis. Mr. Boyd came here 15 years ago from Mississippi lie was a nephew of Mrs. A. C. Jobes, whose husband husband was president of the National Bank of Commerce. Mr. Boyd was with that bank for eight years, starting as messenger messenger and working up to head of the transit department. His health forced him to quit the bank and he has been with the Wichita Water Company since that time. Ills aunt, Mrs. A. C. Johes. of Kansas City, Is here for the funeral which is being arranged by I. W. Gill. His widow and one child survive. One sister lives in Mississippi. SMILEY The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smiley, of Texas, died at a local hospital today. The funeral was held this afternoon from the Stingley and Ayers Chapel. LEONARD Mrs. Rosaline B. Leonard, aged SI, died this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Allen, llL'l South Lawrence. She eamo to Wichita two months ago from Cherokee. Ok., to make her home with her daughter. One son, l,eo, lives at Glasgow, and another, E. E. Leonard, lives at Cherokee. The body will be sent to Caldwell, her former home, tomorrow morning by Silngley and Ayers, undei iakers. G HA Y. Charles Gray, a colored transfer transfer man, died lust a few minutes after midnight last niuht at his home, lies North Washington. He was taken sick at in vn..-u vn..-u vn..-u last nlcht with acute inflam mation of the 1 wels and lived tail a short time. He had been a resident of Wi hita for years. No funeral arrangements arrangements have been made. A1ZAWA Mapato Alzawa. twn-.m twn-.m twn-.m ntlis-old ntlis-old ntlis-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aissawa, "died this morning at the home, r. North Ash, of bronchial i.ncumonia. The father has been mployed at the Wichita Automobile Company garage for several car. The funeral was held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from th.- th.- home, in charge of the Wichita Cndertaking Company. Company. The baby was the firt Japanese to be bom in Wichita. PIKKSON. Mrs. Nannie Piei son. agrd f.i died this morning at the home of her daughter. Mrs- Mrs- I- I- E. Murr. an North Market. She had been sick but a short time a hemorrhage causing her death. She had been with' her daughter hot short time, com'ng here from Enid, ok., to visit. JUt husband, W. II. Itt-rson. Itt-rson. Itt-rson. two daughters. Mrs. Murr and Mrs. L. E. Cook, of Kansas City, and two sons, It. H. Plerson and W. M. Plersnn of Druiu-mond, Druiu-mond, Druiu-mond, Ok., survive. The body was sent to Epid this morning by the Wichita Undertaking Undertaking Company, and fnin there will he sent to Drummond for burial. ROVn. The funeral of Andrew .1. Boyd will be held tomorrow afternoon from the Gill Funeral Home, at 2 p. in. M00NE LOSES NEW CAR Gasoline Was Ignited and the Motor Practically Was Destroyed. County Engineer E. V. Moone's new six-cylinder six-cylinder six-cylinder touring car was practically destroyed by fire at 2 o'clock today when gasoline was ignited while be was filling the car at an oiling station in the ninth block on East Gilbert Street. It is supposed the gasoline was ignited from the engine which was running. The fire department was summoned but the fire had gained such headway that the department was unable unable to save the machine. Mr. Moone was burned on the face and head. FIGHT THE PLAGUE For work among tuherculars especially, Mrs. V. C. Bush, a visiting nurse serving under the auspices of the Women's Federation Federation of Clubs, has been transferred to the service of the hoard of health, it was stated today. Mrs. Bush will work witli lr. Leon Matassarin, secretary of the board and city physician, in his hat-tie hat-tie hat-tie against the white plague irt this city. Her work has been under the direction of the Associated Charities. DON'T ALL APPLY A West Wichita man who saw a woman woman passenger on a Mt. Carrnel street car kiss the conductor as she left the car at the Missouri Pacific station this morning, morning, expressed a determination to go to the street car office at once and apply for a job on a Mt. Carmel car. QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, Tablets, the substitute for calomel. 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