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REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 18. 1902. OIL WEST SI FUNERAL OF Mrs. Catherine Pfeiffer. Kesult OF Pigeon Shoot. Lag Contest. A BOY died FROM LOCKJAW Yesterday afternoon at 2: 30 o'clock FUNERAL Services were held over the remains OF late Mns. Catherine Louise Pfeiffer, age tilF years, who died on Friday morning at her home, IKJ4 Oxford Street, OF complication OF diseases After Illness OF Three months, during which TIME she suf-JCered severely. Services, were held at the home of her son, Jacob Pfeiffer, corner OF Oxford and Tenth streets. Decease was born in Wurshwetler, Germany, 69 years ago. She came TO this county in 1855. She was married to George Pfeiffer in 1858. She was well know of this SIDE, hav-. Ing reside here since her ARRIVAL to this country. During her long residence here-she made MANY friends. She was a devout Christian, being a member of Plymouth Congregational church. Mrs. Pfeiffer was, lovable old lady, and everywhere she go sunshine seemed TO go with her, Rev. E. Boyl, pastor OF Plymouth Congregational church, preached a FUNERAL sermon, and paid worthy tribute TO esteem in which, decease was held by all who knew her. Rev. John P. Moffat, D. D., Pastor OF Washburn Street Presbyterian church, offer prayer. The casket was surrounded by MANY beautiful flower offerings from sorrowing friends and relatives. At cpnclusion OF Services remains were borne TO Lutheran cemetery on NORTH Washington avenue, where interment was make.-,. Pall bearers were Messrs. B. Eynon, John H. Fellows, Henry Hagen, John Aswell, Richard Owens and Joseph Gunster. '-. The Undertaker will PRICE was in CHARGE OF FUNERAL arrangements. SCHOOL DEPOSITS. DEPOSITS were made by pupils OF Nos. 1! And 13 schools at WEST SIDE Bank yesterday. Collections by rooms were as follow. NO. 19 SCHOOL, D. W. Phillips, principal: D. W. Phillips, 10c; Miss MURRAY, 83c; Miss Nicholls, 1 73; Miss Beamish, 87c; Miss Morgan, 43c; Miss Hut-ton, 1. 23; Miss Evans, 08c: Miss Davis, 1. 50; Miss Kellow, 1. 20; Miss Wade, 75c; Miss Flynn, 77c; Miss Murphy, 44c; Miss Peck, 1. 72; Miss Burrall, 50c; Miss Ferber, 2. 91; total, 15. 22. SCHOOL NO. 13, David Owens, principal: David Owens, 85c; Miss Eliza LEWIS, 20c; Miss Alice Evans, OOe; Miss Bertha Kelly, 9c; Miss Nellie Richards, 25c; Miss Catherine Phillips, 19c; Edna LEWIS, 64c; Miss Sarah Mcr Donald, 2c; total, 3. 14. CARD OF THANKS. We desire TO thank runners, drivers and company hands of Hyde Park mines, Junior and Senior Epworth league and Class NO. 2 OF allis mission and MANY others for' their beautiful floral tributes TO memory OF late WILLIAM Ord. We also desire to publicly thank all our friends for their kindness and sympathy during our recent great be-jeaveinent. John Ord and Family. CONDITION OF THOS.

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