Death of Rosa C. Vail Dunmire, 19 Apr 1910, Altoona Tribune, Altoona, PA
MORNING TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 19m States, Doing tail end of thousands of to crops northwest, Illinois, other damage following melted rain and on is to do points indicate itself. and central of harvesting of their rain to snow, this subsided indicating be killed. Wardill in men the a loss nipped by through rains western many at Des discourag-; discourag-; a large Council and freezing fell in twenty-four twenty-four CREW Keeps Its gigantic in size natural and of the arrived China, of the the in him j encounters several lacerated. by Indian resisted and finally death would re-matin re-matin it screaming filled demon," hold of advertlso Deaths of a Day Christian Hershy. An old and respected citizen of Fulton Fulton county, who recently came to this city to make his home with his son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, C. L. Nonemaker, 310 East Walnut avenue, died Monday morning morning at 11.10 o'clock, or aiseases incident incident to old age. Mr. Hershy -was -was a native of Fulton Fulton county, having been born near Knobsville, December 6, 1S25T He resided practically all his life In Fulton Fulton and Huntingdon counties. On December 19, 1847, he was joined in marriage to Miss Sarah E. Mort, who preced aim to the grave, April 21, 1S74. ' He is survived by two sons: Ab-ram, Ab-ram, Ab-ram, of Cherry Grove, and William B., of this city, and five, daughters: Mrs. Catharine Krider, of Xew Granada; Granada; Mrs. Sara J. Stanes, of Mad-densville; Mad-densville; Mad-densville; Mrs. Alice Rabenstein and Mrs. Lydia A. Martin, of Six Mile Run, and Mrs. Fannie JConemaker, at whose residence he died. A number of grandchildren and great-grand-icnildren great-grand-icnildren great-grand-icnildren great-grand-icnildren great-grand-icnildren &1bo surflve. S)ix grandsons grandsons will act as pallbearers. Short services will be conducted at the home of his daughter, 310 East Walnut avenue, on Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, and the remains will be taken east on Seashore express on Wednesday morning and interred at Clear Ridge, Wednesday afternoon. afternoon. The remains can be viewea ai 310 East Walnut avenue after 1 o' clock today. Huntingdon and Fulton county pa pers please copy. Mrs. Rosa C. Dunmire. The sad intelligence was received by H. C. Dunmire yesterday, of the sudden death of his mother, Mrs Rosa C. Dunmire, which occurred at her home in Washington, D. C, yesterday yesterday morning. The message did not gjve any details as to cause or manner of death. Mrs. Rosa Caldwell Dunmire was a daughter of Rev. Stephen M. Vail, D. D., a prominent member of the Xew York, East, conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. He was a man of fine intellect, the author of several books and a pioneer in the movement for an educated ministry in the church of his choice. Into this home of culture the deceased was born CO years ago. She, in turn, was finely educated. At the age of 20 years she was married to Rev. W. V. nnnmire then a minister in, thp Pen- Pen- tral PpnnevlvnniA rnnfprpnpp Intpr n local preacher of the Methodist Episcopal church resident in Altoona. Four years ago they removed to Washington, where Mr. Dunmire died. She was well known and greatly beloved beloved by the congregations whose parsonages were her home, as well as by her Altoona friends, and many who knew her years ago will now grieve to learn ot tier aeatn. She was a devoted mother. In the true sense of the word, and the four sons and three daughters who survive her have precious precious memories, indeed. From her early youth she was a consistent Christian, using her religion in her daily life, and dying in the faith that had sustained her through her earthly pilgrimage. Nothing definite is known as to the j funeral arrangements. Death of a Child. Elmer Kenneth, son of fiafry W. and Sara Rhodes, died at the home of the parents, at Clappertown, at 12 o'clock Sunday, aged 6 months and 15 days. Death was caused by pneumonia. pneumonia. Interment will be made in the cemetery at Royer at 10:30 o'clock o'clock this morning. MURDER AVENGED. Relative of George Azar Killed Murderer Murderer of Latter. George Azar, the confectioner who for years was located on Eleventh street near Green avenue, was murdered murdered two years ago while on a visit to his native home, at Kisbin, Syria, and now comes the news to his wife, who continues to conduct the confectionery store on Eleventh street, that his murder has been avenged by a cousin, Elias Azar. Thomas Jabour shot and killed Azar in July, 1908, was arrested, convicted and sent to prison for a term of fourteen months. The deed that resulted resulted in the death of Azar culminat-el culminat-el culminat-el in a feud springing up between the two families. The feeling became became bitter and when Elias Azar and Thomas Jabour came together on the street recently they engaged in a pistol fight, with the result that the former shot and killed Jabour, avenging the death of his cousin. Azar was arrested for the killing and imprisoned to await trial. The news of the shooting and the death of Jabour was conveyed to Mrs. George Azar in a letter from her father at Kisbin, received on Saturday. Saturday. She and the many Syrian friends of the late George Azar believe believe that young Azar will be given his freedom when his case comes to trial. HIGH PRICE OF LIVING. It is the Worst Thing Republican Par-ty Par-ty Par-ty Has to Fear, Says Seth Low. New York, April 18. eth Low, former mayor of New York, defended President Taft for his attitude on the tariff bill, praised Mayor Gaynor, a democrat and predicted that the high price of commodities, more than anything anything else, threatened the success of the republican party, in a speech tonight tonight before the Republican club of which he was recently named president. president. He accepted the office tonight. Mr. Low sails to Europe on April 22 and he regretted that he could not be here to take part in the Roosevelt reception. reception. Concerning President lart ana tne tariff he said: "What we of the Republican Republican club should do, I think, is to give to the president all the aid in our power to secure for him the appropriation from congress that he needs to give life and vitality to the tariff board appointed under the authority authority of the same act. If those who are criticising the president in connection connection with the tariff will help him do what he wants to do, it seems to lie upon the surface that more progress progress will be made under President Taft in the direction of permanent tariff reform than could be made in any other way." If you have anything for sale, ad- ad- vpTnse it in tie Tribune For Sale column.