Jacob Rothíuss died of oíd age lust Sunday evening at the county house. His remains were interred In the Germán eemetery on Jackson ave, last Wednesday afternoon, Rev. John Neumami otlieiating. MisbOlaribel Parsons died Sunday at 40 Washtenaw ave. Deceased was ia this city for treatineut to cuie eonsutnption. She was aged 17 years, and was the daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Laban A. l'arsons, of Grass Lake. Rev. J. V. Bradshaw couducted the funeral services at the house Tuesday sftenioon and the reinains were taken to Grass Lake for interinent. Rosalia E. Butterfield died at c'oloeli Tuesday morning, aged 48 years. Deoeased was the wife of O. IÍ. Iiutterfield, and tnother of Aid. O. Ëliner Hutterfield, who survive her. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'cloelc, Rev. T. W. 111raan, of Grand Hapids, otiiciatinf,'. The remains were taken to Brattleboro, Vt. , for iuterment. They were accompanied by the bereaved husband and sou. Miss Aline Szold daug-hter of Mr. Joseph Szold of Peoria, 111., died Friday, Nov. 1, of typhoid malaria, after a severa illness of several weeks. Miss özojd was graduated from the UniverSity of Michigan witii the elass of 1S92. She was prominent in college circles and a zealous, earnest worker iu the Flower Mission aud Women's League, Of the forrnur she was the iirst president. Shii was a woman of more than ordinary ability in many wiivs and won m;iny frienda lier enthuiasm found lts field of work in the line of art and after stiulying one year in New York, she went to Paris vvhere she spent the last two vears, returning home last June for a visit. She fully expected to return to Paris this autumn for au indefiuate period to pursue her life work. Her succuss seamed assured, since her pictures had sold well and she had been engaged in illustrating several literary works. Hr nimiy f rienda in Ann Arbor, both students and eitizens, are greatly pained at her suddeu and unexpected death. All deeply sympathize witli her bereaved parents and friends at her home.