August Fruhauf, of Pontiac st. , died Saturday evening aged 70 years. The uneral sorivces will be held tomorrow, Cuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock at his ate residence. Rev. John W. Bradhaw, of the Congregational church officiating. The interinent will take jlace in Fairview cemetery on the tfortheide. Mr. Frnhanf was born in Saxe Gotha, Germany. He removed to America when he was 20 years of age ettling at Wayne where for many years he did a large business as a manufacturer of eider and a distiller of jeppermint. He also worked at his ;rade as carpenter. He moved from here to Ypsilanti where he resided a year and then came to Ann Arbor abont 15 years ago. Mr. Fruhanf was very enterprising and during hi younger years was one of thuinfluential men of Wayne. Be has been ailing or some time although not confined to lis bed very long. A post mortem howed that he died of a cáncer of the tomach. A wife and four children, Alired, Mrs. Harry Hammond, of Ann Arbor, Mrs. Auna Crosby and Miss jizzie Frubanf, of Portland, Oregon, nd four grandchildren, Mrs. Gustave Waidlich, Harry Mickley, Irene and Harold Fruhauf survive him.