Clipped From The Journal News
hospital way nt welcome, Woman the CHAKI.ES F. MAT,! Charles !Â·'. Man, 70.. one of the best known men in Hamilton for 30 years a pattern maker at Niles Tool Works, died late yesterday yesterday at his home, 47 Hancock avenue. avenue. He was born in G e r m May 2, 1801, tout came to America when ten years old and located Dayton, moving to Hamilton 48 years ago. He was a charier member of Carpenters' union nnd in r.ddillon was a member of the Oerman Beneficial Union, the Niles Mutual Society nnri St. Paul's Church. The widow, Caroline, n daughter, Mrs. Minnie Sell of canton. Ohio, and a son. Harry, of Toledo, and three, grandchildren survive. Mr. Mau was (lie last of (en children. The f u n e r a l will be held Grlcsmer-Orim f u n e r a l North Srrond street, Monday a f noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. William breclit, o f f l c i n t i n g . B Cireentt'cod cemetery. Friends, requested (o omit flowers may call nt I he Inncral home 2 to 9 p. m. Sunday.