Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on October 28, 1931 · 22
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A : , . . 22 nsM GETS OUT OF ,CAR TO AID ACCIDENT VICTIM; KILLED Driver He Sought to Help Not Badly Hurt. , , 1 i ' Waukegan. Ber- ' ger, the driver, 4 missed the turn ,,,..aoragAitor-a le Harry AV. Welch.-55 years old. 2133 North Central avenue. Oak Park, a salesman, was ar-,--'1111111E-VISPILA fatally injured 1 - , last evening when he was struck by ,,,'"''''' ',A. An automobile on Sheridan road at , -ranklin street. 7'1 . j. dn'ead u I knegtahne. Nil-lee I t , tory Memorial ''''ll''' i I c , , il osynta . ,.......- : .1K 4 I Riding with t , Frank Burger. ' Ni, P I 6339 arper ave- r, v, , nue. HWelch was 'It ' j I on his way into west from SheriLOrIS PINTO. dan road into 1TRIBUNE Photo. r a nklin street and stopped a few feet beyond the intersection to make a "U" turn in Sheridan road. Richard Wagner of the Great Lakes ' Nava! Training station, In another automobile behind Berger's car, swerved over the curbing and Into field to avoid a collision. Welch Jumped from Berger's car and ran over to Wagner, who escaped with minor bruises. Reassured, Welch started back to the other aedan when :he was run down by a third car in Sherilan road. The driver was Orvil V. .7!-Isman. 2117 Gabriel avenue, Zion. Woman of 90 Is Killed. Mrs. Anina Johnson, 90 years old. an inmate of the Norwegian Old Peo-ple's Home, 6019 North Nina avenue, was fatally injured when she was run down by an automobile In front of the Institution early yesterday. An inquest Into the death of Louis Pinto, 30 years old, 4449 Greenview -avenue, who was killed early yeterday when the street car in which he was I. passenger crashed into the trailer of .s. truck at State and 434 streets, was continued until Nov. 4 to enable four other persona hurt in the crash tAP testify. '-' Wiled In Crash Near Home,. Two automobiles collided In Oak Lawn Causing the death of George ' "N'Creist, 73 years old. I'Veist's small '7-delivery truck was struck at the drive. way of his home at 103d street and ' Cicero avenue. Patrick Ryan, who , lives at 61st street and Washtenaw - avenue was the other driver. --7- These deaths and five others yes':: Iterday raised the toll for Cook county Since Jan. 1, to 1,032. The victims: Tony liokansid, 26 years old, 19 -:,touth Peoria street Died from In-Juries suffered when hs was run down at Sangamon street and Grand avenue. Sam Crockin, 39 years old. 4858 Winthrop avenue, a janitor.,- Died in the ,county hospital from injuries received ear.:'.tr in the day.when he was crushed e -nath the wheels of a track at and North avenues. Lyons. 49 years old, 7118 South Lincoln street. Died in the Holy ,.,Cross hospital from Injuries suffered he was struck by a sedan at 67th ani Honoré streets on Oct. 25. : Paul Saint, 54 years old, 1647 West p 88th street. Died in the Southwest ;' General hospital from a skull fracture received yesterday when he was struck ' at 38th street and Ashland avenue. Ealph Scorini, 260 West 25th place, as arrested and charged with assault With an automobile. Otto Klein. 62 years old, 1239 North barnen avenue. Died in the Norwegian American hospital from in. -juries received on Oct. 15 when he was -truck at Damen end Diversey eve- rlues. The driver was Cyrus Coffey. 115 years old, 444 9 West End avenue. I COULD BE EASIER - . 14 7r- 14 , 4. 1111 i 11111 RR r Ear ma . r a 1 ,.,, , I 1 i 36 1 4 7 ma 4 s. 0 a ar-. i 1 A IN Ill'''. -53 111 4 ''' ''' Illal 111 1111 all 4 , 1. Seml-preeloun atone '$. Deer tueat , 1. onrtagration .1, rnester .11 'orzune tere .1 -1 1 a:kth 1. .e- i it - 'IS. 13,3,1,ing it ,12. on T....try 1. Land 2. Nt.inllaer under seven 3. Creek letter 4. Snake b. The science of animals , Compete 7. I 're ix meaming new '0 aftlid .3!t pith helmet 33. part of a quart 14. A wild Nora saz. nior 1C Tre meantirpe 1 A cure-ail - IL, A hylusa book ,-T 11-40:tS zwe Qv Es14,,Rs. cuNt-mt,mVNIOIAVERC "n4pk-rs vft-Ec t UvESwow, vqt-ozT N J08 1411.1;:$ voLA...ov4N. Flect SPVITLF- OF b-IER SME, Sb4E'4 SUCK P143 Pktsl EEL. moo EUE1111111 OCT. 213 WELL rr LooK5 LIKE ALL MY CIGARS ARE GONE AGAirsi NO - Am !I! , SOCIAL o... NOTES TA Tws PAST 1 VA WEEKS. MR 4 i AKE, MRS. MATT , MOOCHER ANC) 17416WER MATHILDA 14.4.1E eEtM .5PENDINS A Pt:MU:046EO 4 VAcAnom AT TAE 1 HOME Cc -11-IEIR RELATIVES. THE i WINKLE 5 . AS 4 FAR AS CA4 BE i LE gZNECI. 11-tEQ ) STA'? WILL BE 4 ), INIDU,INI TE . J 1,4 ,.....-..-kok $20 MOURNERS SHUN FUNERAL OF THIEL'S WIDOW A few mourners gathered In Montrose cemetery yesterday for the burial of Mrs. Frances Thiel, 73 year old widow of Louis A.. Thiel, eccentric fresco painter, who died more than a year ago la his home at 2125 Leland avenue. Twice since Thies death hosts of friends have milled about the family burial plot, but yesterday there was no large crowd at the place. The $20 gold pieces which were the lure for the once large throngs are no more. When Thiel died he left $2,500 to his lodge to pay $20 each to brothers who visited his grave on Nov. 17 and June 17 and from $5 to $20 each to stipulated friends who came to mourn. After two visits the fund had been dissipated. Attorney Milton A. Brown twice paid the various sums, while he saw the small estate due the widow disappear. Yesterday he attended the funeral and failed to see one of the "good friends." Horace E. Baldwin', Joliet Advertising Man, Is Dead Horace E. Baldwin, 78 years old, veteran of fifty-five years in newspaper work in Illinois, dropped dead yesterday of heart disease in Joliet, where he was national advertising manager for the Joliet Herald-News. He had been a member of the adver, Using departments of the Chicago Times and Chicago Inter-Ocean. His widow and three sons, all residents of Joliet, survive. Duke of Tarifa, Famous Spanish Sportsman, Dies SAN SEBASTIAN', Spain, Oct. 27. UMCarlos Fernandez Cordoba. duke of Tarifa, widely known in the United States as a sportsman and ywner of the largest hunting estate In Spain, died today of a heart attack. He was 75. HORIZONTAL 25. Morsel 26. A word ot opposite meaning 26. .'ertilining to the chief linguistic st-lek of Indo-China 29. lite )-h 31. Leutenant 32. Place 34. Maniges U. Station labbr.1 39. City of Nurth Africa VERTICAL 20. Cook 21. Lava rldawaill 23. Part of verb "to be" 24. The sun personified 27. Crude metal 3. liound 34. Perform Z5. Badly constructed 36. Kind of starchy pudding 37. Senior fabbr.1 33. To avoid 40:Funeral heap ell. Implement 41. Part of verb "to be 10 Fish eggs rt, Number inulet light 41. Made of clay 43. Lock opener 44. Long meter tabbr.1 4S. Associated Press abbr. 48. Possessive adjeslive 47. A drink 4. Metal 51. Periods of tims 63. A dolt 4. An imposing building Lg. Additional amount 6 3 . Evergreen tree 65. Foot abbr. YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE SOLVED cmcMo InA TIX TnITITTNI171,1 WR1INTT',SDAIr. OCTOBER, 1!)11. 1,, t LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE: Tracked to Their Lair fGtE-Toix"T'S VsANVOysi, illtTCI-4NIESZIR, AND .THE.Rt.:S CUNNIT,A 1 t-A "Thom SZOOrA-I'VZ G01-TA 8. CASteuI10,0EN'T Li:sotC OUT 1!,,NV ZPOT WINNING SOPRANO I ' LOLITA BERTLING. lita I3ertling, 21 year old soprano of 315 WaE.hington avenue. Wilmetté. is the first place winner in the Illinois state contest for women singers, according to an announcement made Yob t.t4rday Eugttrto S. Thomas manager of the Atwater Kent Foundation. Miss Bert ling was singer number eig-it in the contest held Saturday. Oct. 17. over W-G-N. Wellington Cudney Rites Will Be This Afternoon Funeral services for Wellington E. Cudney. founder and former president of Cudney & Co., wholesale provisions, at 40(o Orleans street, 1U be held at 2 p. tn. today from the residence at 4832 Ellis avenue. Interment will he in ORkwoods cemetery. 0 i' : i,.,, A A:---,,,:-.,,-,,t--.: - ' :,-,.-:,-. You oilasrr correct con- stipstion with cathartics! Mogionomprprpoill. ,-.77.C.,:,1,11,..b:I.,,,Vr: arras ;;; bottles bottles. lj Each one containing violent drugsbitter cathartics, harsh laxatives, weakening pills Each one unnatural, babit-formlag crude. Now, constipation is an extremely annoying trouble. It should be corrected by all means. Men stop a minute. Consider. 'Why not adopt a method which the foremost medical authorities advise? A method that b32 proved it. self in literally thousands of cases ro.tbf resiblor wing fl rob Vali volomminommoninumonc r MP to4t) M-kERE MRs. cot41-4NG COMES IN- ito-A1) -114ccr I-kVS cpke sr-rTlt-A our 11.4 FRON'T11-,ArS -n-tEiR HA0-4Gou-r, ALL RtGl-cr tkIIANT A BREINA To HNve FouNV v4HEIRE 4 WINNIE WINKLE, THE BREADWINNER: Pa Calls a Strike . . . B. ROSENBERG, - REALTY DEALER, ' IS DEAD. AT 73 k i Benjamin Rosenberg. a partner of , the Rosenberg & Lurie real estatel firm at 188 Ran- dolph street, died , of heart trouble -- ,---.,..:-... , ! yesterday In hi r suite in the Chi- , ' ,.' 1 ., . . !'.-:.V, cago Beach hotel. '.. . :., .:: ...,,., Mr. Rosenberg .,' .:. et'l.i..-,, 4,,-.1 was 73 years old. '!.' - :,-, ,- ! ' - ;A He was born at - 'islik - 1 A Clark and Rani- .. ?1,,..,...r !,... ! son streets.. ; ' i 1 1 Funeral serv- .4.-, - , ices will be held 1 at 10 a. m. to-: , I ,.4., - morrow from the - . iL'1), !"--' chapel at 936 ''- f. t ., East 47th street. ::, ! Dr. Louis L. -...,., - - Mann of the flago Sinai temple will officiate. BENJ. ROSENBERG. Mr. Rosenberg . - had been In the real estate , bustness since 1889, and figured In many loop developments. He was a member of the ' Standard club and the Building Manager? association. Mr. Rosenberg Is survived by his widow. Rose, and one daughter, Mrs. Edith R. Weinberg of Chicago. - Frank C. He lle Funeral Services to Be Tomorrow Funeral services for Frank C. Ilene, philatelist, who died in his home, 4544 Laks Park avenue, on Monday, will be held at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow in the St. Ambrose church., Mr. He Ile was 63 years old. He had been a stamp collector and dealer in stamps since 1916. Funeral Tomorrow for Hugh L. Kenny, Mortician Funeral services , for Hugh L. Kenny, 47 years old, a Chicago mortician for many years, will be held at 9 a. m. tomorrow from the residence, 815 West 54th place, to Visitation church. Mr. Kenney died of heart trouble on Monday in the Little Cornnanv of Mary hIspital. s.,(0.000...2.1, .0g.. 1 :, " , 7; ,,.0, . .41;.1,-,a , l - .6 ' ' ' - 1,' ' , , iit,ii,,"6---- , ous b..,.k o s,f'zzi , ''" , ' ''3'' " d of world-tam .1 , iiiô At' Bs including bea 5, II -east clat i cr -poa eating . clinks or teCOrn'-.: ,,,$,-..7.71r:'...-- 4 OICIP.f"-r.'r4'''''''''-' ' ''' '4r ' Don't go on "dosing" yourself! Here's a food that brings really natural relief A food, Fleischmann's Yeast ex-. ercises a truly remarkable effect in cases of Intestinal Fatigue. Gently, harmlessly, it softens accumulated waste matter in the intestines, "tones up" sluggish intestinal muscles stimulates normal, regular elimination. Thus important internal err. tions are fostered. Appetite picks ,e. I Other Radio Stations 6:15 to 6:30Lillian Roth. WRSM 6:30 to 6 :45Phil Cook. WEN R. 6:45 to 7Morton Downey. WMACI, 6 :45 to 7The Goldberg. WEN R. 6:45 to 7The Stebbins Boys. KT. 7 to 7:15College Memories. RIM 7 to 7:30Silver Flute. WLS. 7:35 to 7:30Singins Sam. WMAQ. 7:15 to 7:30Guy Robertson. baritone. 7:30 to 7:45Kato Smith. IVIIAQ. 7:30 to 8Gladys Rico. soprano. KIM 7:30 to 8Mrlody Moments. WLS. 7:45 to 8The Gloom Cbaeers. WKA13. 8 to 8:30Adventures ot Sherlock Holmes. WLS. 8 to 8 :30 Quartet and organist. 8 to 8 :30The "Old Counsellor." IETW. 8:30 to 9Crime club. WMAQ. 8:30 to 9Comedy Trio. WENR. ft to 9 :30Rochester Civic orchestra. WCY'L. 9 to 9:15Miss Patricola. WBBM. :30 to 10Grantland Rice. latc. 0:45 to 10Radio's Greatest Lover. 1VENR. 10:15 to 10:30 Lowell Thomas. WENR. 10:15 to 10:30Arthur Pryor'. band. WMAQ. M. B. ALESHIRE IS DEAD- ARTIST ON NEWSPAPERS Morris Bibby Aleshire, former art director of THE Tatetmlic, died in a New York hospital yesterday at the age of 50 years. An operation was performed on Friday, but he failed to rally from it Mr. Aleshire was born In Gallipolls, O. He was at one time connected with the Chicago Inter Ocean and later was art director of the Calkins & Holden Advertising agency in New York, leaving there to become art director of THZ TRIBUNE. , When Liberty magazine was founded, he filled the same post on its staff and had been associated lately with the New York News. I He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Katherine Marjoribanks Aleshire, and by one brother, Edward Aleshire. Funeral services will be held today in New York. Miss Jessie Templeton Is Paid Find Tribute Funeral services for Jessie Galbraith Templeton pioneer retddent of Chicago and Evanston. were held yesterday in the residence, 112$ Forest avenue. Evanston. Wil ISTOP "DOSING," URGE FAMOUS M. D.'s TRY YEAST! 111. Standard Bawds laservotated teak that CATHARTIC HABIT up.Digestionimprovettitadaches, skin eruptions and peplessness go. Because yeast has removed their underlying cause! Jun eat 3 cakes a day, regularly; You can get Fleischmann's Yeast al grocers, restaurants and soda fountains, and directions are printed on the label. Try it, in place of medicines, for at least 60 days! RTANT!Fielachniartr's Yeast for health is sold only in the foil. 3 wrapped cake vith Vile yellow label. It Is yeast in its fresh, effective - form, the kind larmus doctors advise! Rich in vitamins 131 G, D. Eat FLUISCHMANNt8 YEAST (-7-i3T-171- VD SCRN,A Otfr 01a NOGW8ORKOOIC) tf STECIZT, I KNEW V44ERE. tWe 11-4E-A-Vo move im,ez, Vic tALvEct Fmt) EtkA IskSAVN - Bur tlov4 h4gOti-1) GtRINEt8EV.11) KNOV4 V4WeRE. PUT "WC FttNMZIk ONA 1Nr4EPA. th,Q0C1:0144------ger0Plii.1..r. 4 Guksi ,..0111" -GAM cs. La 0,1 hot Off ; Capyricht. noOlvrogo 1 'town ;' - GUNMEN ROB REALTY OFYITZ. Two gunmen robbed Walter T. Larson et $359 in his real estate Moe at 522 orth Clark Pt rPPt troaterdaY -.1 OMMINNIMEIMOIMM. rise Chicago Trib nolo Station on Ike Drake Dotal 416.4m---720k - - The SINGING -LADY entertains ler wee little girls and boys. Be sure to tell them to listen at 6 this evening. Sponsored by the Kellogg Company HARMONY & HUMOR featuring TOM, DICK HARRY Ono of tho bHgbost spots on the dial. You'll like their program at 9:45 this morning "Installment Buying" An interesting talk on this subject comes to you at 8:20 P. M. Charles F. Baker of the Chicago Kent College of Lew Is the speaker. CLARA, LU 'N EM Chatter that takes the kinks out of that unite al yours! A brand of chin-ware that perks up the grumpiest persoot Be aure to hear the girls at 9:30 this evening. Sponsored by Supersuds .Mib DETAILS OF TODAY'S W-G-N PROGRA'Al Wednesday, October 29 (Central Standard Time) DAYTIME to 8:110N0n the 11:15; Morning Devotions; Cheerio; Quaker Early Birds; Morning Glories. 8:30 to S:22Farm Service:- Weather Forecast; Estimated Live Stock Receipts. - - 8:22 to 8:45Leonard Salvo, organist. 8:45 to 9-v-A & P Food Program. 9 to 9:02Farm Service: First Hog Market - :02 to :16Leonard Salvo, organist. 9:15 to 9:45Digest of the Day's News. 9:45 to 10Tom. Dick and Harry. 10 to 10:15Nii-G-N Music Weavers. 10:15 to 10:30Leonard Salvo: Organ Specialty. 18:80 to 10:46--W-G-N Music Weavers: Classics. 10:46 to 21Organist: Jules Grandin, baritone. II to 11:15Farm Service. 11:15 to 11:20Soloist (cont.). 11:20 to 11:60 " Painted Dreams." Sponsored by Mickelberry Food Products. 11:60 to 12"Good Health and Train in g," Dr. Jules Novak; Prestone Weather Forecast. 12 to 1Palais d'Or Orchestra. 1 to 1:20Mid-Day Service: Dr. George W. Truitt of Dallas. Tex. 1:20 to 1:45" The College Three " and "Rondoliers." 1:45 to 2Allan Grant, rectal. 2 to 2:30" The College Three." 2:30 to 3Women's Club. a to 5Tea Time Musicale: Yvonne Ray. soprano: Mike Dunne. baritone: Avery Johnson. tenor; Sylvia Loden Stone. contralto. 5 to 5:25Gail Bandell and Leonard Salvo. 5:25 to 6:30Flexies Pixies. Sponsored by Simplex Shoe Co. 11:80 to 5:46Betty and Bob. Brook Bill Certified Mille Program. 5:46 to 6Little Orphan Annie. Spoilsored by Oyaltine. - - I to 6:15Kellogg's Singing Lady. 6:16 to 6:30Harold Teen. 6:3 to 6:46Dinner Dance. :45 to 7" The Gumps." Sponsored by - McLaughlin's Manor House - EVENING to 7:05-43ulova Correct Time; Liter. Jude; Prestone Weather Forecast; Sports Flash. 7:05 to 7:15Louie's Hungry Five. Sponsored by I. T. S. Rubber Heels. 715 to 7:50" Easy Aces." Sponsored by Lavoris. 7:30 to 745 Double Pianos: Delos Owen and Allan Grant. 7:46 to 8Art Kassers Orchestra. 8 to 3:10Mark Love. basso. 8:10 to 310Charles Francis Baker. 'Installment Buying Legal Information for the Laymen. 8:118 to 9:110Palmolive Hour. 9 :SO to 9:45The Supersuds 'Clara. Lu se Em." :45 to 10Artist Recital. 10 to 10:10Tomorrow's Tribune. 20:10 to 10:15Interiude. 10:15 to 10:30' The Dream Ship.' 10;30 to 11Wayne King an.1 his Aragon Orchestra. 11 to 11:30Bo lova Correct Time: Ted Weems' Orchestra from the Trianon Ballroom. 11:30 to 11Tweet Hogan's Drake Ito.el Orchestra; Art Kassel from the Bismarck Hotel and Eat Burnett It ota the 21Lickhawk Restaurant. I WARN MOTORISTS1 OF CANE'LAW TO PROTECT BLIND Many motorists are failing to ob. serve tbe ordinance, passed last sum . mer, establishing whit MOS as a symbol of protection for the blind. Aid. John 'roman (23.I1 was Informed yesterday by a letter from an organ. ization of the blind. III sail that he would owe Police Commissioner Allman at once. and a pi( that all members of the department be instructod to enforce the mossure. The ordinance. passed unanimously by the city council on July pro. rids that the right to carry white canes. or white can tipped with red. shall belong exclusively to pedeatrians wholly or partly blind. It provides that any motorist. upon seoing bearer of one of these canes in tho street, shall come to a full atop and then proceed with regard to the blind pedestrians safety. The penalty for violation by a motorist is a fine of from $I to MO. The white cane system has been instituted successfully In a number of cities throughout the country, Aid. Torian said. A. W. PENDLE TON, FIREMAN OF '71 Is DEAD AT 94 Alfred W. Pendleton, 94 years old, civil war veteran and retired captain of the Chicago fire department, died yesterday in the Chicago Home for Incurables, at 5535 Ellis avenue. Capt. Pendleton was a member of the fire department in 1371 and took part in the fight against the great lire. le was later in command of Engine company No. 9. Two sons and a daughter survive. Funeral services are to be held in the chapel at 3S34 Irving Park boulevard at 3 p. m. Friday. BABY MIS FROM BURN8.. Maureen O'Brien. 18 months old. 1128 North Keystone avenue. died last ertbning in the Franklin Boulevard hospital of burns Incurred Monday, when she fell into' a tub "f penititny water. - ' IIMIMMNIM,IMMM IIDEMOUTi and neturn q-2410 MIOMMEM DEATH NOTICES P Good in Coaches Only Going Fridays and Saturdays Returning from Detroit not later than midnight Monday (Central Time) For Particulars Consult - - k Ticet Agent ' MICHIGAN CENTRAL ig,IMMOnnin In Memoriam. - GOLANDSamuel F. Goland. In ton.I mem- ory. who passed away 8 yoarm Be). Forget you. no. we never will, For In our hearts you liveth still. MOTHER, SISTERS, BROTHERS. Fraternal Notices. ADOLF KRAL'S LODGE, O. 72. E'NAl IFRITHMembers Please attend funeral of Brother Beniamlo Rosenberg -Thursday . 10 a. at chapel. 938 E. 47thet. OTTO F. WEINER. See.Y. ALESHIREMorris Bibby Aleshire. In New York, Oct. 27, at 1:30 p. In.; survived by widow. Katherina Marjorybanks Aleshire, and brother Edward Aleshire: home ad, dress. 325 E. 4Ist-st New York. Services at Eartes funeral parlor. 140 E. 67th-at. New York. Oct. 28. at 5 p. tn. Interment family plot Gallipoli.. 0, Saturday. Oct. 31. ALLUREDEarl Robert Allured. suddenly. Oct. ' 26 husband of Prudence Walker Allured. father of Jame.- Stanley. and Alien. Services at his home. 318 Clinton-ay.. Oak Park, 'Wednesday. Oct. 28. at 2:30 p. ra. ANDERSONJames J. Anderson. are 39 years. beloved husband -of Julia Anderson, father of -Marie, Agnee. and James Jr Funeral Wednesday. 8:45 a. m. from 1411 E. 80th-at.. to St. Anthony's church; mass. 9:30. Interment Si, Mary'. cemetery. BENSONCharles G. Benoton. Oct. 28. age 68. at late residence. 7941 Dorchester-av, husband of Mrs, Doris Benson, father of Mrs. Mabel Poulsen. Mrs. Lillian Peterson. lifts. Ellen fileike, Fred F.. John B, and ths late Charles E. and Norman C.; brother of Axel Benson. Mrs. Emil? Houck. and Severin Lykke of Norway'. Funeral Thur.day. Oct. 29, 2 P. m, at above address. Interment Cedar Park cemetery. Phone South Chicago 0243. BISHELLMrs. William D..Bishell of 8606 Glenwood-ay.. beloved wile of William D.. fond sister of Agnes. Henry. Prank, and Mrs. James Perry. Funeral Thuradai. 9 a. tn., at St. John's church, Savanna. 111. CAP-ROLL--Peter Carroll. beloved husband of Mary Lyons Carroll. fond father of Walter P, Raymond J, and the late William J. Carroll. at his son's residence at 9959 S. Leavitt-st. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 29. at 9 a. in.. to St. Barnabas church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre. Canal 4)041. COMISKEYCharles A. Comiskey. husband of the late Nan Kelly Comiskey, father of J. Louis Comiskey and grandfather of Dorothy, Gracie Lou and Charles 4, Comiskey II. Funeral Thursday. Oct. 29. at 9:30 a. oh. from late reaidence, 5555 Everett-av., to St. Morris the Apostle church-Burial Calvary. CUDNEYWellington E. Cudney. Oct. vs, 1931, beloved husband of Nancy E., lather of Harold N. Cudney, Mrs. Caleb liar. land Canby Jr. Mrs. Rollin D. Weary. and Mrs. Henry L: Parker of Grosse Pointe. Mich brother of Ralph Clumpy. Funeral services at his home. 4832 El s-a v Wednesday at 2 p. nt. Interment Oakwood, DE ANGUERA--Edward de Anguera. Oct. 27, beloved husband of Anna W. de Angu era. al a sonic services at memorial chapel, flatiet. and Evaria-av Wednesday. Oct. 28, at 8 p. m. Interment Wakefield. Mass. Member of Rainbow lodge No. 972. A. F. as A. M.: Toledo council No. 33, R. 4 S. M.. Toledo. O.; aledinsh Temple, and past historian of Oriental Consistory. EARLStephen Earl. Oct. 27. 1931. brother of Lena C.. Mrs, Arthur Cornea and Morris. Funeral Thursday. 2 p. m., at mortuary, 6915 Wentworth-ay. Interment Oakwood.. EPSTEINBertha Epstein. 3511 Leland-av., beloved wife of Samuel, former grand master of the Progressive Order of the West. Funeral Wedneaclay. Oct. 28. at 2 p. na from chapel. 3658 W. Rooaevelt-rd to the 1. O. B. A. cemetery. Waldheim. Member of Andent chanter. O. E. S.; Illinois lodge 193. P. O. W. 11-becca 'Waltoff and Sarah Bunn Ladies' Aid society. New York papers please copy, GEIRMANN--Emille J. Gehrmann. beloved wile of the tato Theodore A. mother of Felix and the late Dr. Adolph Gehrmann. Services Wednesday, Oct. 28. 4 P m.. at chapel. 4141 cottage Grove-ay. Interment Springfield.- Ill., Thursday. Please omit flowers. coTTHEndEa Bertha Gottheimer. se Hen& beloved wife of Julius Gottheitner, mother of Walter. Hugo. And Leah Morriss. Funeral Thursday. 2 to in.. at chapel. 4911 Broadway. Interment Ilialdheira. GREENBURGJane Grrenburg, belovod wife of Abraham. 815 Drezei-su., fond mother of Lionel. Mannle. Mike, Jim and aira. A Isaacs and of the lets Barney and liarrY Funeral service Oct. 2,11. at 2 p. ni.. at thapel. 936 E. 47th-st. Interment Fret Sons. Waldheim. TIELLETrank Charles Belle. Oct. tn, 1931, beloved husband of Katharine Nelinann Belle, fond father of the late Mrs. George Cook, fond grandfather of George Robert Cook. dear brother of Mr. flabaetian Newman. Anna, Nicholas and Elio Relic Funeral Thuraday at 9 a. in. from late residence. 4544 take Parker.. to St. AAP'' broom clturclu tivoti, sa4 HAL .... DEATH NOTieti 1 Jonsoom...fo!qn A. Jdtntr.o. r,t--..11184,.. I tolovo.1 h,4acol t.f J.,... or ed, Ealortor,l, Ar,tqr.. Po.".13.;'s ', Minoio Jot,f,son. OM MN. k. ''''. ) 1,-, 9 Softi-441 Of trPo,i.nro, ti'..V4 9 4..yThorodolt. 0"t. .1,ff St I b. ausoo ..., of 1;ot-110-1,971 1,..,...,r, 14; it A. M. Morntor of Loom) .1.,..g...-; 4 I. O (-1, V. ; t ho,t,-To C. of 000r..1. .,....'.r C. Y.: M. 14-.,.A. NoN 91' '.... Atni irromI rocolge No. 1:14 t ' ' I.., In Lorrnent ie,t Oa HILL RKARVq1---rt."1 1. ICtrzt irojove,d ater at the Rt. am A Vniam H. )(ri j,, io And Ineno,1 14. Koarr,c St 0 .ift tn. 1,-)rn 1 frzz Areal P iar.aft Ja terrn t et,t at a;vary. k'.eaeci eevt KENNwrAtiforr Mart 140,1,0 0 dawror pat.', end I rtarrir.r. ro, t"r fif Andr41, J. srol tr, , 1 , 14. V. 34 ant the a. 3,4411 I untal 9 k- nt, rta',",-lat lara a. Stral,aat,a. , FANNYBLitt t Rtill he'4,rtd firkK4 C 471'3441.'4"s It"'.17, :44; V.Iza,ettz. 3 114ta 4.1 and Mary, 1.1,n torltiott, 16.1 John brothr . 1 caret. )(Art.. Mrs. E:tra,)rth L 804ipi caret. Marie. Mrs. Ctaabeta :' James r. Gerray and liA0 114 r-v runeral Tburs,!ay at 9 a. iats residence, h15 W. 15-4tNt-q.. '41 41, turn burn. intermant 114;y s.,as. 3deroxer of Chfr:aires .14zeral ,,Clation. Vloitat.f4t J., and Leo XIII. courenl. git woo No. a. A- 0- L sti 11-ov.tr4 m, and Ntldwav k, Conmil M. A- 1.7- C-,,,m1,1 I and Col. 3( ul lla an L. B.F. of KLExres Eleln. late regk'-!..a pa;mer-sq.,,, belovI aqe o! fa.a mother of Mrs. Helen 10.171,1-ae, and Wilt14111 T.. Linea' of 11-1- Iraaa;, Ses:so aro jaa4ore of Ota atl, u Nok Wednesday, 2 P. PL. at 61,0.i. lerton-av iitertner t Please omit It4wera Otalas.)ltz.0,' oleass coo'. LAmmERTGeorge Crarldos LastImpl t 745 Greve.ar, Gat Pvi. band of Eleanor -,ieanter lather 01 Bar,ssra Eleanor. OAS Ot sand E. and Ilotem:v J-, breum- el ties aind Olive 4. Laannaert, yte,1 da, at 2 y. tu,. aL (-navel. .Laa,r, Oak para. la. Intern:tent Gatektte. . , ROSENBERGRenjamin Roaenberg. bel03 husband of Rose Dazarto Resenbert.-.-t' voted father- of Edith R. Weinberg. rea father of Marian and .Edwari WeallY111- Funeral from chapel. 933 R. 47th-it, Thursday. Oct. -29. at 10 a. tile SHANEOrSERose Shanhonis. nee Meevar. Oct. 24. at Los Angeles, beloved side e Williaxxt Shanhouse, daughter ,of Medway. sister of Norman Medway. 611s Silbert, Sam Medway. Anna Siomart. ird Goldie Glatt. Funeral Wednetdo.r. Ort- at 2 D. in.. at chapel. till 3.1-cia,isainterment Mount Mayriv. SHUNNESONDaura Shunneson. beet-vet Oct. 27. 1931. at Nvinchester. Wt., lieo're; wife of Charles. dear sister of lice Stangeland. Henri and Arthur LIMP. daughter of the late Hans Damen. Filterel - notice later. For Information .rad mout 1610.. SMITHJoseph S. Smith. heloved ' of Goldie. nee Finkelatetnt father of 6ur sos. Frederick. Daniel. Milton. and brother of Leah Miskes and Celia Funeral Wednesday. at 11 a. 02, at ohi7.4 4911 Broadway. Interment 11-4,c411 cemetery. - STRAUSS--Julitis Strauss. Oct. te. be"4 son of Dina and the late Julius toei brother of Paul, Stella Meng an4 Hoerger. Funeral Wednesdaj. 2 P- me, from funeral borne. l.l.a5d.-5S mont-av.. to Montrose cemcierY. Ma" at late residence. 2913 N. Aihs71,-alf- ill Wednesday noon. Member of acl'al dale lodge No. 921. A. F. A. M.: roe dale chapter No. R A. M.: Sintint4ell Park council No. 113. R. A Sbola Park commandery N. 7'9, L dinah Shrine, A.- A. 0. 2. and Ctr (ego Journeymen Plumbers' union No. le-4 THOMPSON --Jennie Thompson. Oct r, Tüllf1143oelm'ahtisobrCir51.n2eU.S3eWr"vlialeetne"-aatEv..;E:tbefte'ld 0ravelr;1 church. Kenmore and 11,--rsyn. at 8 Lt. me Interment :Melvin. v. WAGNERDorthea Wagner. beloTl the late Nicholas. fond trother of 31w. aSchaefgen. Nicholas J.. Anton. Josest.g,1 J. Freitiage. Frank kl. WlJIam S-ehmidt, Walter and 1,,c. Wagner. Funeial Thunklay, 9730 a. m.. from )n-r late res141'lne' Ridae-rd.. Kenilworth. to St. Arhus-ch. Burial at st.. Joeeph cecarka Wilmette. Ia. WESTMarzaret West. biv red ecoter,,a; Edwar.l. Charles. Mil, 11-'".s EleartOr West. at. her Ellis-ay. Remains at chap.:I. 411.I tage Grove-ay. Funeral WOLFEAbe M. Wolfe. fond lliust.vi4 Jean. son 4of Celia, brother of Sam. SP.lney. Thise. Florevce amt Lvtirrfier11 ooralces Tnurs,lar. 1 p. rn.. OA. 1931. at chapel. 31 Roasei-e11-si- l'- terment at Waldheltu. .see CARD OF THANXS. ROZ1404Me. and Mrs., Itok licahmt. Stella Rothon. and aon. ',addle, et W IS1h-st- express thetr hearttelt 4ts,0211 to the 1:1CIVit, eelauves and wislItors tor thefr ac ts of love. mesatev 411.' uptaetahyre: ceatIva'e'd ithh: dbee air allu'r"l he oettothter and st,ter. LIUt3fl ft,'16s , who passe4 Aisne. Oct. 11131. MR. AND MRS. RFS BOZII'j' AND SON. I,AVDIE CEMETERIES. ELM LAWN CEMETERY. M2TERT BrArttni.: Lailustim4 1 1 I 1 LORENZMary F.. Loren . nes beioved wile ut 1rz dear mother of Stanpi and 1,1,1;7.,4 1 of Mrs. Edward Wady. and 1 Redrock. Mrs. George Walcy.1-nt,r,. 147)111.111.11.. Funeral Thiirwl4, 0,71. 4"; 10.1b a. m, from residence. 5.3:,e t to St. Ilyacintil s caurea. St. Adalbert.a. v-asez 31ALLOYLucy' Elenore Iftlior daughter of the late Tboai j Z - &isms -.Malloy. fond Utter of liklisie ' - Edgar. Funeral Thursday' ag a du from chapel. 2701 N. Ciarkat. of the Lake church. where miss be celebrated. late:mem Carmel. 1 MILLERHerrmann Miller. salUtaly 5747 N. Spaulding-ay., ovary aslissc band fof Ilabetts, nee Ziier.414 tone tate of Herman C. add Bente Clot. brcust G. Vitthelm Beim Dallete. and Augusta. At rest is tas t, church. 3S34-3d Irving Peibbird, wirs. serviees Wed be held Thilialsy a; IA 1 p.m. MORGANIda A. Morgan. nes PhAser. loved ife ot the late Erte it Etta sister of hfre. Harry Burrs, of 1licift, Iii, sant the late Hamel P. riunner.v.ft away Oct. 27. aged 79 day. 2 p. m. at chUreh at Interment Wesley cemetery. Minute, ,,,,, papers please copy. NORTONMargaret Norton. itee Oct. 27. 1931. beloved airs Go Norton. fond mother ct.: itra. iche tesn 1 alm. Duane Ma!ntrose, airs. WiLsaig sae.y. Theresa. Eleanor. CIPIstilt,b Smith and the late Edward and lat., Smith. fond mister of Samuel ar4 Laverty. daughter of the 1i J te Mary Larert7. funeral Thorst n. at a a- In. from at residence, 44G3 117.nri - AT, to Church of St. llamas the ebtaitt Interment Mount Olivet. PENDLETONAlfred W. Fendleloa. captain of engine company Nn. 9. 0aa fire dept.; fond lather of Alfre4. EAD;j1.4, and Mrs. Nellie Fitzgerald of Na:v.i.G1 Beach. N. Y. At rest Afl funeral rtt.-tt 3S3-1,3d Irving Perk-blvd.. where woe will be held Friday S p. In. lirrress Rosehill cemetery. PETE68 yReSaOrs.NJdeoahranmnaothPeetreroo. t.y othpOesul.4:4 Olaf. Serrices Thursday. 2 p. m. it Ls neral chapel. 4338-40 Fullertotbar. ment Mount Olive cemeteri. PINTOLouis M. Pinto. suddenly. 0.4. r. 1931. of 4349 Greenwood-ay.. belidad band of MUriel. son of Michael and za late Rosetta. brother of JcsePhita leezA Alice. Gertrude and Christine. Furterviki, day. 9:30 a. m., from residence a George church. 3912 Wentworth-sr, lige bash mass will be celebrated et i a a PROSSERSadie B. Prosser. Oct. 27, at sig deuce. 4220 W. 23thdiii... beloved Wit I H. B. Prosser. daughter of Sarah a Houldsworth. sister of Mrs. Nettie S. Pfes. gen. Funeral services prisms at mvdr-1 Friday. 2 o'clock. interment at iiirw Home cemetery. RODGERSFrank C. Rodger. 64(19 Oct. '26. 1931, ht1oved bu.band (.1 larl son of Mrs. Nellie Rotifers, brotnit g James. Services at ehatel. G334 gal ic yard. Thursday. Get. 29. at 11 a gutsier auptees of St. ireoba b6.3. A. 1 & A. M. Member ul (- villa chapter, No. 220. R. A. M-: EinleY camp. No. 6. U. S. W. V.,' Lii..41 Theatrical Protective 1,7111011,, local, Interment Cedar Park. - 1 1 4 ( t I 1 c 1 ( 4 1 - - - - - - A a- WELL rt LtDoot5 alr At -.50 IS ' WELL, I GUE..53 ru. WHAT! 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