Margaret Salva, Funeral
FONERAI WAS LARGELY ATTENDEO YESTERDAY MORNING \ host of sorrowing friends aud rel- attended the funoral of Mrs. Margaret Salva, one of the pioneer residents of Escanaba, at St. Anne's church at 9 O'clock yesterday morning. morning. Solemn requiem high mass was celebrated ov* r the body and the service service was attended by a crowd of mourners that filled the church to the doors showing well the esteem In which the aged woman had been held iu all parts of the city. Fotlowlug the impressive service at the church a great, number of she mourners accompanied accompanied the hotly to Its last resting place at St. Anues cemetery. The funeral was one of the largest held in the city In many months and reflected reflected well the genuine sorrow that had been aroused throughout the city by the death of Mrs. Salva. Honorary pallbearers who officiated at the funerul were: Mrs. Marcello Asland, Mrs. Joseph I^eMay, Mrs. Anton Gam* ache, Mis Joseph/MapUffTnlrs. lx>uls Vezlua and Mrs. tJdffes Edoln. Those who served as active pallbearers were Charles Ijcfcbvre, sr., Anton Galactic, l*ouls Vezlna, Jules Edoln, Joseph Martin aud Joseph LeMay.