Clipped From Hamilton Evening Journal
with Graham her and enjoyed ' During Slon- ot in Katio an- manner af(- with for 2 add a pMKR DROPS DEAD Just As He finishes Day's Work SUDDEN END Fo The Life of Well Knawa Man-Funeral Services On Saturday. At 5:30 o'clock Tuesday evening ftcr Charles W. Scbvoeder bad con- ludcd' bis work as a machinist at tie Niles Tool works shop and on Â·ay borne at 300 North Sixth street, c was attacked by heart disease ell lifeless to the sidewalk at North 'bird and Vine street. Dr. George C. Skinner was called nd all he could do was to'pronounce 11 help of 110 avail'mid have tlm ody removed to the establishment I' Funeral Director Al. P. Wagner, lending- arrangements for the fune- at. Mr. Scbroedcr was a devoted hus- alid aud a loving- and indulgent lather and a kind brother. The surviving relatives are" the vido\v, two sons and three daugli- ers, Charles, William, Irene, Gur- rude and Dorothy Schrocdcr, three irolhers, Frank, Henry and George ichrosder, also two sisters, Kather- jie and Minnie Scbroodcr, who have lie sympathy of their many friends n their loss of one who enjoyed iighest respect of the community. Mr. Schroedcr was well known and w r as one of the first and most romiueut members of the -Miami :lub of years ago,, belonged to the Hatbolie Knights of Ohio, was a 'out Catholic, and a member of Stephen's church, and the societies if the congregation. The funeral has been arranged to ake place al the home at 8:30 'clock Saturday morning and at !) /clock in .St. Stephen's church. erment in St. Stephen's cemetery.