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THE WASHINGTON HERAIJX TUESDAY: NOVESE&ER 26. 1012.
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COURT IS ASKED
Corporation Counsel , Piles. Bill in
District -Supreme .Court and.
Prays for Injunction.
ALLEGES STOCK MAHTPUIATIOrT
AS BASIS FOB AMALGAMATION
Washington Bailway and Electric
Company's Stockholders and Offi
cers Named Defendant.
Merger of the public utilities was again
the subject of almost universal, discus
sion In business circles yesterday aftcr
riocn. Two significant happening's oc
curredone at midday and tho other two
hours later which provoked this dis
cussion and led to the expression of
much wondering comment as to how the
Issue, now fully joined, would ultimately
About midday E. H. Thomas; corpor
ation counsel for the District, appeared
at the City Hall and filed a bill with the
District Supreme Court, asking Inter
vention by that tribunal to prevent the
merger of public utilities In the District,
notably the Washington Hallway and
Electric Company with the Washington
Utilities Company, the big holding cor
poration whose purpose it Is to merge
the street railroads, lighting plants of
a part of the District and a portion of
near-by Virginia Into one mammoth con
cern to be owned and operated under
Stockholder Vote Slerser.
At 2 o'clock yesterday the stockholders
of the smaller companies Interested met
in Alexandria and Mount Vernon, re
spectively, and voted the amalgamation
of the properties and the merger of the
interests Involved. In other words, the
merger is effected, except that It awaits
the sanction of the Virginia State cor
poration board to become legally effec
tive in Virginia, and the Supreme Court
of the District is petitioned by the mu
nicipal authorities not to allow the plan
to realize so far as the District of Co
lumbia is concerned. The whole sub
ject therefore, moves up to the court
and the State corporations board of Vir
ginia for final decision as to Its legal
ity and the right of the holding com
pany to take over the property of the
The bill filed with the court by Mr.
Thomas sets forth that the action of the
authorities is prompted by the public
Interest and to prevent damage to the
properties of the smaller corporations.
Defendants In the case are the Wash
ington Railway and Electric Company,
Including its 2,000 stockholders, officers.
and directors, all the subsidiary com
panies, of which it was originally formed,
together with the Washington-Virginia
Railway Company, representing the rail-,
ways and lighting plants and their sub
sidiaries in Virginia, and the Washing
ton Utilities Company, representing the
proposed holding company, whose legal
existence and right to take over and
'ontrol the properties is In question. Of
ficers and directors of these companies
also are named personally as defendants.
Finnnce. of the Company.
The petition cites many facts relative
to the capitalization of the Washington
Railway and Electric Company, its stock
obligations, the dividends paid, earnings,
and other data relating to the subject
at issue. The petition charges that the
dividends paid have not been earned,
but have been taken out of the rev
enues of the company and distributed
among the stockholders to boom the
stock values, notably that of the com
mon stock, from about J10 a share to
about $30 a share. It Is openly alleged
that this was a manipulation of the stock
of the company with a view to the mer
ger of the properties and was not at all
warranted by the condition of the com
After an exhaustive review of the com
pany's holdings, earnings, and financial
condition, the bill prays that a manda
tory injunction may issue from the
court, requirng the Washington Utilities
Company and the several stockholders in
the local public utilities corporations
who have transferred or agreed to trans
fer stock of any local corporation in ex
change for shares of the capital stock of
the holding company to cancel said sale
or exchange and to redistribute the
shares of the several public utilities cor
porations to the owners thereof before
the said exchange or sale was made to
the Washington Utilities Company.
Excite. Sluch Interest.
Excerpts from the petition to the court.
setting forth the main features of tho
entire document, were read with the
greatest Interest last evening, and law
yers and business men were almost
unanimous in tbe opinion that the Dis
trict court has a difficult problem to
solve. It is alleged by lawyers that out
side of the record in the Northern Se
curities case the court will not have
much in the way of precedent or prior
Judicial decisions to go upon. The case
will be practically a cause de novo, to
be passed upon solely by examination of
facts in evidence and tho law bearing
upon the various points at issue.
Business men do not sec how the bona
fide sales of stock made In the ' usual
way can be called In question by action
of the court, and lawyers are speculat
ing what interpretation will be placed
upon the various original charters of the
railroad companies and the corporation
laws of the District to stop the proposed
merger, even if it does fall under the
disapproval of the court
Citizen. Herjnc.t Granted.
Issuance of transfers from the south
bound Chevy Chase cars to the Seventh
Street anil New Jersey Avenue cars at
the Calvert Street Bridge was begun by
the Capital Traction Company yesterday,
thereby complying with a request of the
Connecticut Avenue Citizens' Associa
tion. Formerly the transfer point was
Fourteenth and U Streets Northwest
IT WILL CURE
I want every .chronic rheumatic, to
throw away all medicines, all liniments,
all plasters, and give MUNYON'S
RHEUMATISM REMEDT a trial. No
matter what your doctor may say, no
matter what your friends may say. no
matter bow nrcJudioed vnu mav ha
against all advertised remedies, go at
once to your druggist and get a bottle
of the RHEUMATISM REMEDY. If
it lans to give satisfaction. I will re
fund your money. Munyon.
Remember this remedy contains no
salicylic acid; no opium cocaine, mor
phine or other harmful drugs.
i-or saie Dy an druggists, l'rice Zoc-
ABE MARTIN SAYS:
WI f2f!, VMIT f
vn' WMj (JK rue jQhm I
A feller might as well give up as
eat a clove.
Mr. husband is ever so uelv that
his wife don't pretend t' be jealous
y. W. C. A. IN NEW QUARTERS.
Thanksgiving; Dinner to lie Served
at Bi30 o'CIock Tuunsdaj-.
Luncheon was served at the new Y. W.
C. A, quarters. 938 F Street Northwest,
yesterday noon, and the new room, .which
is much larger than tho one In tho old
building, was filled to capacity. Thanks
giving dinner will bo served at 6:30
ft.. ..nrioiin ..in, ifiomi and the gym
nasium are not completed as yet, but
will be ready for occupancy on Decem
ber 2. The new quarters will be formally
opened on the night of December IX
when a large reception will be given by
the baord of trustees, of which Mrs.
Hamilton William Bailey Is president.
Union TlmnU.givlnit Service.
Seven churches will Join In a union
Thanksgiving service to be held Thurs
day at Ingram Memorial Congregational
Church. They are the Ingram Memo
rial, the Ninth Street Christian. Epworth
M. E.. Douglas M. E.. Keller Memorial,
Eastern Presbyterian, and the Epworth
M. E. Church South. The offering will
go to Casualty Hospital. The service
will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Foltz. of
the Epworth Si. E. Church.
IT. S. Drpt of Ajriaillnre. Weithrf Buma.
Wuhingtoa. I. -'.. JiontUr. Nor. 3- p. m.
Local sows will continue Tursdar from the Like
region eastward and probably on Wednesday in the
north portions of New York and New England.
Orer 'the remainder of the ronntry the weather
will t lair for tho neat two daya.
Storm warnings are displayed on the Atlantic
coast from Bandy Hook to Eaatrt.
The winda along the New England and Middle
Atlantic coasts will be we and diminishing; on
the South Atlantic coast light to moderate west,
exeent north on the Klonda coaat . on the East
Calf ensst light aLd TanaMe: on the West Gull
coast light to moderate northeast and east; on
the Ivwer Lake moderate west and southwest; on
tbe Cprer Lakes moderate northwest on Superior
and moderate southwest to northwest un lluron
Midnight. H: z a. m.. 3t; a. in.. 34: a. m..
31; a a. ra, 34; 10 a. m.. K: 12 conn, 45: p. m..
W; 4 p. m.. II: ( p. m.. II: S p. m.. 40; 10 p. rn..
44. litghcst, 48; loweat. 3L
Uelatlee hum!dtt-S a. m.. M; 2 p. m., 45;
p. m., 56.
Rainfall (B p. m. to 8 p. ml, 0 Hours rt sue.
shine. 7 7. Per cent of risible sunshine. T.
Temperature same date last year-Highest, 40;
Temperature. In Other Cities.
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four hoars ended
ai s p. m. yrsiexuay, arc aa iouows;
jlir. Min. Inn. fan.
Asherille. X C 42 30 34
Atlanta. Gl 30 40
Atlantic CiU. X. J SI 10
rtltmiiri X Tk 3d "I 30
Boston. Mass 43 X X 0 II
Buffalo. N. T 31 30 34 O.n
Chit-ago. Ill 3 30 31
Cincinnati. Ohio 3S 30 36
Choenne. Wyo 4J JD 2 ....
Darenpurt Iowa Zi 21 .K ....
Denver. Colo . 10 3t 3 .. .
Dcs Moinev Iowa II 3: 36
Ihihrth. Minn WHS 0.15
Caleeston. Tea H M H 0.M
Helena. Mont 40 31 3
Tirfi.ninnlli. lnd 34 2S 31
JarksonrUIe. Fla 60 3 U
Kansas City. Mo . 40 36 41
Littlo Bock. Ark SO 30 II
Los Angela. Cal .'.. 1 51 52
Marmiette Mich 33 3 3
Memphis. Tenn. 3Z 12 ....
New Orleans. La s 44 w
New York. N. T. 43 34 40
North Platte. Nehr. II r S
Omaha. Xebr 41 a to
rhiladelrtiia. l"a I 31 43
rittarjurc. l'a 38 3 31 0.03
Pnrtl.n.1 Me HI 3fi 31 l.fK
rortlairf. Oreg 50 M 44
t-alt Lake ISty. Utah 44 30 44
8t Lnuis. Mo 41 36 40
Rt Paul. Minn 30 14 30 0.01
San Francisco. Cal M 53 M ....
Sprlrgtleld. Ill 21 36
Timma. Wash 44 41
Timn. Ma 62 4 M
Toledo' Ohio M 32 31
Vlrksburg. Miss. H M X
Tixlay-High tide, S36 a. m. and 9:11 p. m.
Low tide. 3:13 a. m. and 3:01 p. m.
TrwnoTTOw High tide. 9:16 a. m. and 106 p. m.
Low tide. 4 JO a. m. and 3:52 p. m, .t
Condition of the River.
Walter P. and Sallle B. Wright, bny.
Hamilton W. and Hermina T. Swing, girl.
Chester and Florence A. Reich, girt.
James and Lillian reaxson, girl.
Daniel anil Ruth Moffat, girl.
11 H. and Lula MrGraw. hoy.
Snowden 8. and Laur S. Mitchell, girl.
0car W. and Margaret J. Lrdard. boy.
Alfred C. and Ethel L. Kinnaman, boy.
Thomas J. and Pearl C Jonet, boy.
Samuel and Mamie Jones, girl,
titnart and Berenice Hilder. boy.
Thcmas E. and Ruth Hardesty, girL
Walton B. and Mary Howe. boy.
Sam and Jesse Uawkon, bny.
Mort li. and Reels E. Holm, boy.
Robert and Emm. Flynn. boy.
liarrrtt V. and Mary A ntlgeraM. hoy.
Carroll V. and Anna L. Donnally. girl.
Edward C. and Madeline Cummlngs. bny.
William R. and Deborah Y. Brennan, girl.
Benjamin and Annie Brork. boy.
John R. and Helen E. Bird, girl.
8!ater W and Julia Bryant, girt
Richard H. and Mary E. Adams, boy.
R. Algy and Hallie R, Tucker, boy.
Robert and Irene E. Semple, girl.
Hampton and Gertrnde Racier, girl twins.
John W. and Annie B. Robinson, gui.
Warren and Marie Richards, girl.
Clarence and Lillian M. Pernell. boy.
John W. and Flora Cooper, bay.
John W. and Julia Coales. boy.
Milton B. and Marie Bosh, girt
James M. Williamson. 59 jeara, Georgetown Cnlr
James McKenna, n years, O. 8. Soldiers Home,
Lena C. Vogel, 16 years, 1371 B 6t se.
Thomas Grady, 33 years. Sibley Hospital.
Joseph Kerrigan. 8 days. 311 K 8t ne.
Charles B. Hyatt, Jr.. 3 days, J01 6th at or
Daniel Redmond, it years. SSI Elh 8t nw
Sarah Johnson, 33 years. 131 Snows Ct nw
Bernard Conk. IS yean, Georgetown Unlr. Ilosp.
Margaret A Wit kins, 60 yean, H and 3d Sts. ne.
Agnes Hunt, 21 years. Frredmen' HexpitaL
Gran Lewi. 43 years, .903 Union Ct r.
Ralph B.Illcis, 1 j,cjjs.-CbJIdnn're)pitiii,
Believed Many More Will Make
Application Before law Goes
Into Effect December 13.
The timet Is approaching when there
will have to be an accounting .between,
the government and th wireless opera-1
tors of Washington amateur and other-1
wise who have set up their Instruments I
to project messages Into spsce and catch
the other messages floating about in the
ethereal, for If there are- any found after
December U who have not procured li
censes from the United States to operate
radio apparatuses their machines will be
taken down and they will be open to.
At 'the office of Commissioner Cham-1
berlaln. of the Bureau of Navigation,'
Department of Commerce and Labor, It
was said yesterday that only eight ap-j
Plications for licenses had come In from
amateurs In Washington, but this Is not
Indication of the number of amateurs1
who are dabbling In wireless experimen
tation, for operators have until Decem
ber IS to provide themselves with li
censes. This Is under the act of August 13,
191 to regulate radio communication.
Not only do tho operators hsvo to get
the government licenses, but a part of
the license to which they must subscribe
Is an oath forbidding any one to divulge
the contents of the messages picked up
In the air except those sent to the sta
tion In question.
Nine agencies have been established
that cover the United States, and from
these agencies government officials will
inspect all machines to see that they
come within the regulations.
The licenses are divided Into eight
classes general public service stations,
limited commercial stations, experiment
stations for the development of radio
communication, technical and training
Hchool stations, general amateur stations,
restricted amateur stations, and special
stations high-power stations for excep
There are licenses to cover almost
every kind of apparatus that may be set
up, whether on land, water, steamboat
or sailboat, but yesterday the Bureau of
Navigation officials were stumped by
one application that came In from a man
who wishes to Install an apparatus on a
houseboat. As It Is a boat but one with
out any motive power, it falls outside
any of the classification heretofore made
and another category will have to be
Morse Code- Adopteil.
Secretary of the Navy Meyer has di
rected that the International Morse code
of signaling be adopted immediately
throughout the naval service, replacing
the Myer code. The Morse code will be
applied to the wireless, wigwag, occult
ing light, sound signals, and Ardols and
Very methods of signaling.
Crmer V. Griggs. 25. and Lydia Moser. 25. Iter.
8. 31. Newman.
Wilbrrt II. Bond. a. and Emma E. Lenders. 19.
Iter. C S. Abbott, jr.
Dennis J. O'ConnelL 31. and Hannah M. Lehy. IV
Ree. Ignatius Fealy.
.re!iit!d II. Jrhnston. 33. and Halcy R. Mirer.
18. both of lUchmond. a. Rer. James H. Montgom
ery. Harry A Williamson. 31. and Gertrnde E. West, 23.
Rer. K. O. Cose
William F. WeNter. 21. r Ourabrrlind. Md., and
EM. M. Burt. 21. Rer. H. V. Howlrtt.
Walter E. SliUer. 22, and May H. Ashtoo. 22.
iter. Robert Talhnt.
MaUhew Tinglins. 2. and Lcajse C. Harrington.
2i ller. Frauds Tingling.
Leo B. Ahernethy. 21. end Mary V. Tracy. S3.
Res. C. E. Wheeter.
James A. Potter. 33. and Bessie E, Boe. 27. Rer.
tlbert G. Bmith. 2. and Lney E. Settle. 2t, both
of Vuw Town. Va Rer. S. W Cole.
Flojd V. Harnanl. 25. and noretice M. Thomnsici.
23. Iter. Henry A. Griltlh.
Snlney Goodman. 2?. and Willie B, Rntler. 20, both
of Kirbmoud. Va. Iter. Rolrrt L. Fnlts.
John H. TriutfeltcT. 2i ind Mirgaret Buedel. 23.
Rer. O. E. Wheeler.
Itojrton St Noble. 26. of Norfolk. '., and Rosa
rnond K. Iliggmbotham. 31, of -Mi-ctatk. Va. Her
It II. McKim.
Ferdluand E. Bnrrh. fin, and Emma r. Mittuigley.
50 Rer. James M. rvBrien.
Frank U Turner. 3, snd Era r Bales, 23. both
of lon-hburg. Va. Rer. Dr. I. McKrnnrr
Hugh E. Beet, 3. and Bertha V. Mitchell, a.
both of Richmond. Va Her. J. J. JIulr.
John E. Heartt. 63 of New York Citj, and Emily
A. Peek. 43. Iter Wallace Ridelifte.
Gaspare Loniedico, 23. and Jccrhin Cla. 15.
Rer. Ignitiui Telly
ON THANKSGIVING DAY AND EVERY OTHER
DAY WE LEAD IN SHOE VALUES
The new shoes you Intend to buy for the approaching holiday the
satin slippers you'll need for that party can be bought here at a big sav
ing. Just as Important Is the fact that you get the limit of style and
quality in our footwear, too.
Fourth Floor, Washington Loan and Trust Co.
Open Saturday KvrnlnRS. We Kle Ilerald fS.t,000 contest votes.
Thanksgiving Week Hours
The great Market Center only one car fare from any
section of the District.
Ladies' Waiting and Tea Room, B Street Wing Cafe,
Seventh Street Wing.
Open for Thanksgiving Marketing as follows: On
Tuesday, November 26, open from 5 a. m. until 3 p. m. f
on Wednesday, November 27, open from 5 a. m until
9 p.m.; on Thursday (Thanksgiving), open from 5 a. m.
until 11a. m.
Patrons are urged to make timely purchases for
Thanksgiving, in order that the dealers and their em
ployes may also enjoy the day.
FRANK G. WILKINS, Supt.
November 25, 1912.
Christmas Seals ,
at Penny a Piece
on Sale To-day
Red Cross Christmas seals jto-day will
ba put en sale In the pcst-oOce de
partment stores, drug stores, and la
scores of other places.
The seals will be sold at 1 cent each.
Those In charge of the campaign hope
to. raise a fund of 13.500 for the carry
lng on of tbe work of the day camp, at
Fourteenth and Upshur Streets, for tu
Rear Admiral KJ E. Mason. U. S. N.,
retired, chairman of the District of Co
lumbia section of the American Red
Cross Society: Mrs. W. J. Boardman,
Mrs, John McLaughlin. Mrs. William
Hamilton Bailey, and H. S. Reeslde com
pose the committee) In charge of the sale
of the seals.
At the American Security and Trust
Company. Mrs. Frederick Keep and Mrs.
Mary Johnston will be In charge; at
Woodward & Lothrop s. Mrs. John Mc
Laughlln; at the post-office. Mrs. Will
iam Hamilton Bailey and Miss Helen
Drake; at Kann's, Mrs. Charles M. Gold
smith; at tho Palais Royal and Dulln
i Martin's, Mrs. William J. Boardman.
Refuses to Dismiss Destruction of
Records Charge Jury May
Get Case To-morrow.
Tho government having adduced all its
evidence In the case of John Barton
Miller, former Becretary-treasurer of the
First Co-operative Building Association
of Georgetown, charged with embezzle
ment and destroying records of the asso
ciation, and restlns its case. Henry E.
Davis, counsel for the defense, yesterday
moved that the Indictment charging the
destruction of records be dismissed on
tho ground that no evidence had been
produced to prove the charge. Justice
Gould overruled the motion and Mr.
Davis noted an exception.
Among the witnesses on the stand yes
terday was G. Donald Miller, a brother
of the defendant He testified as tu busi
ness practices in the office of the asso
ciation. Miss Martha Krumke, former
stenographer for Miller, produced the
stenographic notes of the meeting in
June, ISO1!, when the directors first took
up the question of an audit for the com
William E. Ambrose, receiver for the
defunct association, and Ills attorney,
James S. Easbj -Smith, told the Jury
about the condition of the company at
the time they assumed charge, Mr.
Eabby-Sraith stated that a list furnished
him by the defendant showed that the
total assets amounted to S122,(i00. Other
witnesses were James R. Wick, Franklin
R. Wheian, and Joseph II. Lee. It Is ex
pected that the case will go to the Jury
PILES CURED I.V TO 14 DAYS.
Tour druggist will refund money if PAZO OINT
MENT falls tn cure any rase of itching, blind,
bleed.ng or protruding piles in 6 to II days. 50c.
I'ndinded Prodta Oier
THE fact that we
have been sat
isfying the most
depositors for nearly fifty
years justifies our belief that
we can satisfy YOU equally
SAME RATE of Interest paid
on both larxe and .mall account..
and Trust Company.
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
Sample Shoe Shop
S3.50, $4 and $5 Values
Don't muffle yourself up
for the dreary cold. Go
West, where there are
no sudden changes,
presents the idealtlimate. Pure, dry ail, brilliant sun
shine, and ow percentage of humidity. No Jamp days
that penetrate the marrow. "Colorado SpeJSl" leaves
Chicago daily at io a. m. Standard sleeker and'ehair
car. Excellent dining-car service.
with its sunshine and flowers, with its mountains and
seashore fascinates all. Take your family and board the
"Ootrland LimiUd. " Leaves Chicago daily at 8: SO p.m.
Standard drawing-room-compartment sleepers, observation-library
car, electric lighted. Excellent dining-car
in the latitude of Maine yet, because of the great Japan
Current, the climate is that of Southern France. The
grass is green daring all the winter months.
"Portland and Pa ft Soand Expnit" leaves Chicago
daily at 10 o'clock a. m. Carries standard and tourist
sleeper electric lighted excellent dining car service.
These three luxurious trains run over a double
track system of 90-lb. steel rails, on a roadbed
ballasted with Dustless Sherman Gravel. Auto
matic Electric Block Safety Signals.
Direct Route to Panama Pacific Exposition, 1915
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul
Union Pacific Line
a J. LINCOLN, C. A.
C. M. & St. P. Ry.
818 Chestnut Street
We Will Close ALL DAY Thanksgiving
DO YOUR PURCHASING TO-DAY OR TO-MORROW
Unrivaled Assortment of
OCO Foreign and
WINES AND DISTILLATES
Orders Filled Carefully to All Sections
THE FAMILY QUALITY HOUSE
909 Seventh Street
Complete, with Eye fj
Shield, 10 Ft. Silk Cov- II
ered Wire, &c 1 1
Tony Guiffre, f-J..
We Gite Votes in The Hrrsld's X2.0U) Contest-
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7th St. N.W.
W. Git Votes tn Tb Henla's C3.KS detest.
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
M. LEVITAN & CO.
3044 14TII ST. Jf. IV.
We give Ilerald 825.000 content votea.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St. N. E.
1317 HE7 YORK SirUTX.
strtte. or phem. Villa 4131 for Cat.
Washington School of Accountancy
rrcfcMloiul education In accountancy, preparing
for Stat certificate ct certified poblia acoocnUnt
aod for bosltwaa adaioUtratloa, Practical vork
rtpcciaUr adapted to men employed daring tha daj.
CS-pac bulletin on request. Call or addrtaa, XXreo
toy of Education. Y. M. a A WJ O St H. W
Day and night. Coeducational. Tenth year open
Sept. 30. Graded, high, aixi tart&ea amrata. im
print cotchirjr Catalogue x
rjiAsitu) nnn hauu, a. m.
Tel IL SCI
OF THE WEST
S. C. MILBOURNE, G. A.
Union Pacific Railroad Co.
841 Chestnut Street
HERE is a bargain
wc offer, also Gas
Stands as low
price as $1.65, Electric
same price, both complete.
We loan you this handy
$2.50 portable on a week's
516 12th 1204 G
Phone Main 140
HORNING, 9th andD
VIAVI SCIENCE OP HEALTH. NsTCRAU
noeisurclesl. 40Ee book trte. Apply br mail, 111
Colorado Bldj. Vrt lector, toe sroraea WMaesr'ars
t IJO p. m. iit-tl
LEADING GROCERS HANDLE
MIIIFR'S ! 3Jtllrr" SelMUusJog Buckwheat
Self Raising "V,"'" "!":
Buckwheat ' m.iiT
CT t tout sttxtt s. No eonsumen surplie!
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wholesalers, 11th and M Sis. S. C
B15EXNAN On Sunday, November .1.
"i. at r.:45 a. m.. at her residence. U
Sixth Street Southeast, MARIA T
I1RENNAK. beloved daughter of trie
late Richard and Catherine Brennan
Notice of funeral later.
RAYNKR On Monday. November
1912. at hla residence. ISO KiKhte'h
Street Northwest. 1S1DOR RAYNH
beloved husband of Frances Ja '
Relatives and friends arc resp"-'"
Invited to attend the funeral li
hla late residence on Wednesday No
venrber 27. at 3 p. m.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
Si EAST CAF1TOL ST.
Estatilllhed 1ST. CHAD. B. ZTJRHOBST. Mr.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director
nd Embslmer. Ltnrj tn connection. Comraodlona
Chspti sad Modem Crtmitortan. Modest press.
SJ I'cjnijlssnls Art. nw. Telephone Mais lii
W. R. SPEARE.
FCN'EIML DIRECTOR ASD EMBALMER,
940 F Street N. W.
WASHISC.TON'. D. C.
Phones Main i.
FRANK A. SPEARE. Manager.
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