Rheinhart Neuhaus serves as pallbearer at Ganser funeral.
Miss . Bertha Brandt, Miss Kate Roehrs, Miss Cora Miller and Miss Anna Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosenberger, of EU Masterson avenue, announce the engagament of their only daughter, Mamie, to Mr. Ben Halt. The marriage marriage will take place Tuesday, December December 18, at 9 o'clock, at Ht. Peter's Catholic church; After the marriage the bride and groom will reside In Dixon, O. Mr. and Mrs. William McKlnnle, who have been vlsiung Mrs. Helen Fleming, returned to Pittsburg yesterday. yesterday. Several of the directors of the Needlework guUd have been forced to Sire up their offices at a very late our, , Any garment members of the organisation who has" not been riotlfleil should send her obntrlbuUod at once to the section president or send word to the branch secretary or president. Every member should have her gar menta sent In by Saturday of this week.' The officers make this appeal for prompt and .generous response from all. Mr. Bruno Steindel. solo cellist of the Chicago orchestra, will give a recital recital at Hanker h.a.1 Monday evening, November 12. Mr. Steindel Is treoognlsed as one of the' greatest living: cellists and has scored triumph ailer - tnumpa as soloist soloist With the famous Chicago orchestra. The' Chicago 'Tribune says: "He Is a Dialer of excellent. aMIItlos, no cellist ever heard In Chicago having equaled him In perfect accuracy and ' rare beauty and breadth of tone, ease and facility of execution, abundance ot technique and arUsUcness of interpretation." interpretation." Mra RtelndAl nlanlntA. will analst. The reoltal is given under the apsptccs of the Morning Musical. Vagnler - Motach. Miss Lillian Motsch, formerly of Fort Wayne, and Mr. Charley Edward Vagner, of Lancaster. O., were united In' marriage on Tuesday evening, October October 20. The wedding took place In Lancaster, where Mr. and . Mrs. Vag nler.are now at home to their friends at 844. North - BiW street DANGERS FROM DYftPEPSIA. Imperfect,. Digestion Most Prolific Cause of Ssrloua Olsoase. Few people seem to realise the real dangers In disturbed, deficient or defective defective dlgesUon. While health reports do not give . indigestion indigestion as a cause of death,, ret It Is In reality often fatal, as It so weakens the stomach that one becomes readily suspectlble to an attack of. typhoid fever, kidney disease, nervous pros tration or other serious or fatal dls - many, on November 10, 1840, and came to this country when a young man, settling soon alter In Fort Wayne. He was a baker by trade and was sc - tlvely engaged In his occupation until a short time preceding his Illness. Ha was a membet of the church of the Precious Wood. Uofildes the wife the surviving relatives relatives Include one son, Albert, aud two Biep - sons, Joseph and Louis Schwartz - koif. There Is also a stop - daughter, Mra. Pauline Corcoran, living. The funeral services will be held this morning at 8:30 o'clock from the residence, 610 West Fifth street, and st' 9 o'clock from the church ot the Precious Blood. Interment will be In the Catholic cemetery. The .following bave been named as pall bearers: Messrs. Frederick Hal - ber, John J. Brink, Frank Kocks, Frederick Frederick Sorge, Hclnhart Neuhaus and Charles J. Parr. Harrison. Alice Harrison, two and a half months old, died of whooping cough Wednes day at the Allen county orphans' home. The funeral services will be held today. today. Brokaw, Mrs. Mary Brokaw, widow of J. I. Brokaw, died Wednesday morning at 10:20 o'clock at her home, 128 West Creichton avenue, of a complication of diseases, after an Illness of about six months. Mrs. Brokaw, was sttty - clght years old. She was. a native of Pennsylvania and cftote to - Fort WN - e with ber husband in 1871. HIT. Bro kaw, who was a passenger conductor, died about a year ago. The deceased was a member ot the Third Presbyterian church. Surviving relatives Include four children - Mrs. Christopher Hits,' Mrs. Frank P. Wilt aud Oscar R.' Brokaw, all of this city. Funeral Announcements. The funeral services of Mrs. Eva Barbara Kllngel will be held this afternoon afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from tho residence, residence, 526 Lasalle street, and at 2 o'clock from Grace Lutheran church. Friends are' requested to omit flowers. The funeral services of Mrs. Sarah Wllkens wll be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the restdenqe, 712 West Jefferson street, the Rev. Samuel Samuel Wagenhals officiating. At the first symptoms of Indigestion Ml - ona stomach tablets should he used. It there Is a feeling of heaviness In the stomach, distress after eating, nervousness, dlszlness, nausea, head aches, sleeplessness, pains In the side and limbs, specks, before the eyes, or a peevish, irritable condition, with, de bility' and weakness, begin the use of Mi - ona at once. It - will build uu the stomach nd el gestlve organa so that you can eat anything at any time without fear of distress or Indigestion. A 50 cent box of Ml - o - na tablets will In most cases give prompt relief and cure, although In chronic and long standing weakness of the stomach two boxes pr more are sometimes uesded, bat leading druggists guarantee Ml otaa, will cure, in U cases; no matter how chronic or serious or money wnl be refunded. You run no risk what ever In buying Ml - o - na: Ml - o - n. natures cure ror ayspepsla and - all stomach troubles. Is sold by Meyer Bros. 4. Co. with the under standing .that the price, when pur chased at their store, win be rerund - od on request should it fail to do all that Is claimed for It. WANTED GTJEUU3 TVi ajhTjr mi nrftivln vzria.lr. (Oobd waixee and steady worn. PARAGON MFO. CO. - 625 Bat - r St. l THt DEATHS. Ganser. Jacob Ganser, a resident of this city since early manhood, died Tuesday evening st 8:80 at St. Joseph'ahospt - tal of Brlgbt's disease after an illness of about three, months. Hd Vas'slxty - Ave, yearg. 0d;eleeu. months 014. jS au. usuarai: twas ifwit s rLV. "Three Fine Base Burner" Burner" at low price. Alex XX. Staub, 115 East Columbia street. .. o REPORTON THE DEATH OP DR. I. M. ROSENTHAL 8ubmittsd and Adopted by Allen County MedlctM Society. At tho regular meeting of the Allen County Medical society held last Tues day evening in the assembly room of the courthouse the following report upon tho death of Dr. Isaac M. Rosenthal Rosenthal was submitted and unanimously adopted as expressing the - sense of the society: After & Ions . bautli;ul in lt love and altnpltcltv, strong In Its purpose, evidencing evidencing an abfcfrnst faith 'In th Immortality Immortality of the soul, Dr. Isaac; M. Rosenthal tia sone to that raat which pasneth un - dentandlns. t Ha dted on October 29. ISM. at his home on Writ Berry street In this city. Death, wan due to an abacas of the brain secondary secondary to a middle ear trouble of many years' standing'. Dr. Itoaen thai was the oldest member of this society, havlnr been Its flrst president and. for nearly fifty years a fnlthful attendant. He was a splendid example of a well rounded physician nnd a living exponent of true professional ethlos. Dr. RrMenthAl wu a man of logical mind, a keen observer and quck of perception perception . Tears before the development of the germ theory of disease he uaed Iodine to prevent Inflammation in wounds and Infection aftvr labor. He was essentially a progressive man. and thougft not In active practice for the last decade of his life his Interest In professional progress did not wane and he kept In dose touch with all medical a.lTanre, attendtnr .Uile society regularly contributing papers pjid. taking: part In the discussions. The loss to this society sustained by the death of Dr. Rosenthal Is great, but tn his death we have not lost all we trained through hi hi, for the memory of his life la still ours. Let us therefore In our sorrow begrulded by the Injunction left by him to his children In the form of a phonographlo record oieven years before his death which wa transcribed oinoe, nnd Which Is as follows: ' "I will and request that you do not mourn for me bu"t rejoice with ine." MII.K8 F. POHTKR. AIJiKRT E. HUDSON. Jr., WIM.1AM H. MYBIiS, ' Commit toe. A red, coarse, unsightly skjn made fair by Satin skin cream and powder. fSrw lnMi lilr i i si fiHiftHltfia. BavAjBofllviifiljH