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swear at New York. was the gueet
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dieetr gameal of the Psa
Aseaimn Vedm. gave be the red reed of
rd Jedsday. The table was
with red white and Mu. bI..
Ui a'raud to fera Awteaa flag.
T pante beebuded Mr. Robert Las
it. Me. da Gana. R. do Cartier de
Mtaagmmsa. the MiMter of Beigium; Dr.
9= 68 A. Demii. the Min-ter ot Yea
oom; Senator James D. Phelan. of Cal
b-a; nmater Wimnm M. Calder. of
New Taht; Ma. Ges. and Mrs. George
wett iRg. Gem. ane Mrs. Chartes La
Metwier. Min Mabe Uesman. Mr.
1m1 MeCameick. Mrs. Breeknridge
L rk . Gearse Vanderhult, M*. Thom
s prie e. e i seretary of the
SeIt$tb Eebasy; Mr Ray Baker, dire.
ter et the mit; forImer Amssmad.r to
Ruata and Mrs. George Thomas Mary.
Was Mary Patten. Mrs. Jaems McDon
aM. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker. Mrs.
restaa Gibe.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter 5.
Pededid. Mr. M4rtIe Case.ave. French
hag**al advimer; Dr. CJiaries Noble
Gregory. and Mr. James Low Harriman.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ritter entertain
ad at dinner ist evenieg whem the guests
flee out of town will be Judge and Mrs.
=Bert H. Gary. of New York, who are
seding the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Ritter. and Mrs. Chasen 8. Whit
man. wide of the governor of New York.
iesau James. D. Phelan was beet at
dinner last evening e nin 'cos.
11t- to Ardbbiohop of ca
Mrm. J. L. Scrwarts entertained at a
large box party for her sman daughter.
Mary. at the performance of "Once Upon
a Time.'" presented at the Belzaco
Theater Friday matinee. Her guests in
elded Edith Harland. Frances Hill.
Mary-Leo Phillips, Eunice Putman, Kath
erine WItains. Eleanor Saimon. Betty
Thnegpeon. Maude Carroll. Margaret
Dams Loudsa Moore. Freddie Labounsee.
Resv Lewis. John Wheeler, .Clarenac
Moare. Iloyd Moore, Billy Carroll an
Mine Giet Hill and Mild Kitty Beale.
who went to Great Neck, L. L, to be
the guest of Mrs. Charles E. Proctor.
returned yesterday. aceonpanied by
Mrs. Proctor, who will spend a week at
Mr. Henry Morgenthau. former Ambas
ador to Turkey, came down from New
York yesterday and is stopping at the
GenA and Mrs. William C. Gorges have
as their guests their aac-In-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. WUiliam D.
Wrightsen, who have beau in South
America mince the early winter.
Mrs. *eginald W. Geare and Mrs.
Fransomi entertained at a theater party
yesterday afternoon in compliment to
Mie E. Marguerite Weler, whom. mar
riags to Mr. Richard Washburn Hyn
-s will take place Tuesday.
ieout. qemmander Needham- L. Jones.
V.. d N.. retired. and Mrs. Jones are
vieting the latter'a parents. Rear Ad
miral Bartlett J. Cremwell. V. S. N., re
tired. and Mrs. Cromwell, at their home
a New' Hampshire avenue. Commande
and Mrs. Needham Jonee spent the win
ter at Aiuesta. m.
Mrs. Tarred and Mrs. Ise Harban en
tertamad at luncheme at the Shoreham
Mrs. Udward P. Bhwader, who is
here atteming the D. A. R. Coengrems.
aetaethd at lia.een at the horeham
yesterday. as did also Mrs. W. W. Spal
Capt. and Mrs. Fitsbgh Iee have
ge to B Paso, Tea.. where Capt. Lie
in new e duty. -
M'. Daee Blodgett entertained at a
tea yesterday. aftonoon, when ber guests
beldded the delegates to the D. A. I. en.
gress from Miehiganm Georgia and South
isrema. Receiving with Mrs. Blodgett
were her sister. Mrs. Charles Grey Mat.
thews. and her house guest. Mrs. Cyrus
U. Perb-n. et Grand Rapie. Mieh.
Crt. Masoa Patriek. who beeslearn in
New Terk for several daye, will return
Mm. AM Hyatt, of New York, af
te e a a gtyeterday far a vialt
and is -a the Chesebam.
M.edKm. Bag . Uarte, et New
ant. ried at the Ihareham pester
Mai.. and Mr. ad Mrs. Hen
stvadte te W.anataen who are
at the shereham.
Dame.M. wife ofMt Purt.
1L 6. 30 uwi wl'ee of henor at
Wa t UPf~ Man Meua
he - ir., U. 5.
mas eerwed oad i. the
Mau Vaane Mad t. a. S
assa. b-mi~ a-mer at Igmsse
i an s heteal the .ari
erR be is he. bridal pryt. ike
lia' Mel 't Deve, who will
et hs leow W uth Pat
Owsa, -m Fialin aone.
Kim Asn Hep
h~~schegaM, and Miss
Harding. who will be brides
Mr. ana Mr., Wilibn Hal Harris. of
USImen1 1Sne e to ssFato. to
t d 'the eaw is .1 the leos of the
3sewts, ane at the Wllard,
li. asst Baese, fosser Secretary of
-isss sad Aseassedar to trance, Is in
W a s fer a shart stay and is stop
s at -the Uhmebem.
Mrs. Prank M. Benett, wife of .Capt
Sennett. U. I. . commandant at the
Mare 1eniad Navy Yard. arrived last
week at Washington for a visit to her
mother, Mrs. Bastman.
Assingat Secretary of the Treasury
and Mrs. William P. Malburn have
moved frem their apartment on Wyp
ming avenue and have taken the house
at flan l street.
Mrs. Charles P. Stokes as returned
to Washington. and is with her sister.
Mrs. Fielding Lewis Marshall.
Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston, and
Archbishop Ireland are in Washington
for a shat stay, and are stopping at the
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Eliot. of Cam
bridge. Mass, are visiting in Washington.
and are stopping at the Shoreham.
Mrs. Victor Kauffmann was hostess
at a luncheon yesterday at the Shore
ham. in compliment to her house
guest, Miss Haskell. of Boston.
Miss Lillian Doyle has returned
from a trip to Chicago where she
epent several weeks. While In Il
nets hiss Doyle visited at the Grange
where she was the guest of honor at
a dinner given by Mrs. Elmer Joyce.
Former Gov. and Mrs. Lockwood were
among those lunching at the Shoreham
Registering at the Hotel McAlpin, New
York, from Washington during the past
week have been Mrs. M. Neall. Mr, G.
W. Taylor. Mr. P. S. Stahlnecker. Mr.
O. W. Blane. Mr. Charles S. Robb, Mr.
H. J. Browne. Capt. Harvey L. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Golden. Mr. Clarence
J. Owens. Mrs. Nills Juul. Mr. H. I.
Van Auken. Mr. Horace Ward, Mr. J.
W. Iong, Mr. Charles C. Marbury. Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Ard, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Henry, Mrs. M. L. Pierce. Miss G. Sal
vester. Mr. E. Hartstall. Mr. R. H.
Davis, Miss N. R. Deane, Mr. Blaine
Coppinger, Mr. A. Y. Leech. Mr. Edmund
H. Parry, Commander Seng. Maj. H-.
Maj. Tseang. YTih Koling. Mr. and Mrs.
J W. Reese. Mr. J. B. Gilpin, Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Farrell. Mr. H. J. Browne.
Mr. Arthur D. Call. Mr. and Mrs. G. d.
Steele, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Simpson, Miss
R. Eberty, Mr. F. I C. Bird. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph I. Magary, and Mr. W. C.
Mr. E. J. Carr. Mr. C. J. Donivan, Miss
-L Danivan, Miss P. G. Wright. and Mr.
D. F. Feehan are members of a party
from Fall River who are making a spring
visit to Washington and are established
at the Shoreham.
Mrs. Glasgow. wife of Mai. William J.
Glasgow. has as her guest at Fort Myer,
Va., Mis Carlotta Glasgow, of St. Louis,
Mrs. Clifton Comly. mother of Capt
I. B. Comly. U. R. A.. is spending the
s&pring at 1606 K street.
Mr.. Mitchell Palmer. of Stroudsburg,
Pa.. arrived at the Shoreham yesterday.
as did also Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Thompson. Jr.. of Philadelphia, and Mr.
John F. Risley. of New York.
Mrs. Edward D. Barrett. of Sheboygan.
Wis.. Is the )louse guest of Mrs. B. Den
net. Mrs. Barett is here as a delegate
to the D. A. It. convention and will
remain In Washington for about two
"The stars incline, but do not compel."
Satmrday, April 21, 1917.
Astrologers read for this day an un
favorable morning and a lucky afternoon.
Saturn and Uranus are adverse in the
early hours but Jupiter and Venus are
friendly later. Neptune is In a very evil
place late in the evening.
The lunation of this date is not en
couraging for world affairs. In Congress
the utmost strain is presaged, for foreign
affairs will become very critical. In the
United States industrial unrest will be
ominous in many quarters, it is predicted.
Saturn is in a place denoting the death
of a statesman or diplomat.
England will suffer from certain reve
nue conditions that may affect Canada
and the country may be much disturbed
by Internal troubles. Although there
may be much discussion of peace, the
seer do not discover any hope that it
will be brought about before the next
The lunation seriously afflicts the
Kaisers horoscope and a period of mis
fortunes and financial difficulties appears
to be most ominous.
More trouble in Ireland is probable as
the stars appear to indicate an outbreak
that is of grave purpose.
For this day there is a good guidance
In all commercial enterprises undertaken
In the afternoon.
Educators have a leadIng that is most
enouaraging. This should be a fortunate
time for ali who work with studente or
Colleges and all mets of learning will
gradually come Into closer relation with
gOrnisent and the summer may develop
a pan of national Importance.
SerIous misunderstandings betwen the
Western and the Eastern States on ques
tions of national moment are indicated.
9enada has the outlook of large crops
and plenty of food. Great development
in agricultur, is prophesied for the Do
Persons whose birthdate it is probably
will have a good year Ainancially, but
they should safegnard the health. The
young will court or marry.
Childrem born on this day are likely to
be trusworthy, bet impulsive and geu
eroes to an unwlee degree. These sub
ist of Teurus have Venus as- their prin
nipel ruling pianet and are usually lov
er. of art and literature.
ke.k" ^--'''- Meets in o~m
P 1'Uiw Company O9dnaesar
At th esmu~mentary Seas, gives by
the W,. 3. Mamasad Smes Osampany
3ibi A===.tin iast night, at the
S0eitute a5, 340 empas tte=d
oiS, lhtdeneg 1Was, in regas. but
can t sest er the thm rested
shIa ise igu arnse ad
:, a I w i
I wea' Why, ts t eo miny ssen
te have the sea that if ye se pIety.
Pou 555~lee vsht-Sat et evervas ie
tate the stae worid. or the stud"ee, ad
be an I==m-sae deseas. I 0uges there
have been ensa phere this bsappNed.
and maybe I' peended. but I have
a great respet fr the tehtaius whihe
sewn frem traming sa edperiehes. Tou
kew they say that the greateet are Yi
eeal art, that Is. to be so Anhed
actor er adress that you apear to
be absolutely natural.
Se it mast seam to people in the anal
ene as though it were -aot hard work
at all, and yet for nearly every 5se
there have been hours of areful rebe'ss
lug. I often marvel at the pat*ence of
my own director, going over and ever the
same thing, again and again. until it is
right De people think that we start in
to take a ure right from the hegnaina
and go ht to the end, with a camer
man running around after us snapping
the scenes oe after the other? In order
to present a production sucessfully to
the public, It means that everyme, frm
the "extra" or boy who holds the num
ber chart up to those at the top. .must
work together Is harmony.
It means that from the director and
star down to the property man then
must be enthuuiamn patience. and the
everlasting giving of one's strength and
faculties. I remember talking one day
with Mr. Hugh Ford at the Famous Play
ern' Studio. We. were all talking of how
much an actress must sacrifice In order
to be a success. She must give freely all
of her time. her energy, and her brains.
Miss Frederick was working at the
moment on a scene, and, as she passed
us. she turned and smiled.
'There goes one of the pluckiest,
bravest, little women In this business
that ever lived." said Mr. Ford, shaking
his head as he looked after her. "There's
nothing that woman won't attempt
There's nothing she's afraid of. Nobody
knows what she's been through."
I confess I was surprised. While I
fully realised all of the hardships and
sacrifices one goes through, still I had
never considered them perilous. The sink
ing of the boat in "The Pride of the
Clan" was a really dangerous scene
where I risked my life, but our interest
in our work stimulates our desire fot
hazardous moments. I could not thini
of any role Miss Frederick had appeared
In that was fraught with dire risk.
'What do you mean." I asked.
"Just look at her." said Mr. Ford,
solemnly. "She keeps herself at a hun
dred and eighteen ,pounds at all costs."
I have letters from girls all the way
frorm twelve to eighteen. Girls who are
absolutely confident of succeeding. ij
somebody would only give them a chance.
Two girls of fourteen each, in a little
lake shore town In Michigan. are willing
to run away together, if only I tell them
where to run. Another girl of sixteen In
a boarding school says she has a rope
ladder all ready and money enough for
her ticket to New York, and she's sure
she'd be a great success as Fracis
Bushman's leading woman, although
she'd much 'prefer being with Mr. Both
FEDERAL WATCHYN KEET.
Speaker Urgee Inenease of Mesber
ship of Organisation.
The Federal Watchmen's Union held
a meeting last night at Moose Hall. Sev
enth and G streets northwest.
L. A. Steam addressed the members,
urging .them to make a special effort to
increase the membership of the organ
ization. Thomas W. Alderton. who wan
a delegate to the convention, held at
Cumberland Md., April 16. read an inter
esting report of the Cumberland meet
NEW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Spacial to The wauhingtom Herald.
New York. April 20.-The following
Washingtonians have registered at hotela
Union Square-Miss B. M. Clark. J. R.
Marlborough--J. P. Cullen,
Herald Square-M. S. Jewett.
Grand-J. E. Jones, W. H. Tunis. G.
Murray Hill-Col C. R. Littlefield, J.
Navarre-8. H'. Beck. K. Furnya. Mrs.
F. H. Hamilton. W. B. Wright.
Flanders-C. E. Bloomquist, W. F.
Cumberland-T. H. Wright.
Algonquin-Miss G. L. Croft.
Martha Washington-H. I. Summer.
.1% beqauae .e's a sobelbW. Another
glrwats to leave hem. bsa'me her step
Ina[s fa Oi' UK at
do1 asi bff w ut" I and
do sare to ser09rabem yet she IN
Wltlsg to jump inte a aiw Sed. sit us
Of mr, thee is a constant awed of
new talast and new toos. girl who
conmibes beauty with , int e and
res? aml, Kt she as -sIndustry and en
dure), may climb to the toPo but she
win tread the rall of tease before she
leas the technhas of her buaieas.
Wheneya. Such a jewet is discovered by
a direotor, the whald .company rejoices.
Tht. is a. deep-lad eespiracy to keep
little Mary Andersona, and Baby Bern
hardts out of the llmelight, .but if you
do intend to make it your life work. then
givew yourself to It absolutely. Just re
meber this tuch-nearly every girl who
has made a grean success on the stage
or in the strear world, has a mother
standing right beside her, who has
guatded her and pushed her at every
step of the way. The right and sensible
way to go about It. Us to go to your
nearest and best studio. and then just
sit down and wait, day after day, until
everybody in the place b"e grown to
know you, and you are finaljy either put
on the pay roll, or are told that you do
Answers to Correpoadents.
Major K. G.-Many thanks for your let
ter. It is impossible for me to answer
all personally, much as I would like to.
If you will tell your sister to write me
direct. I will send her the addreas asked
for, although I think she is far too young
to go alone.
Alison L-I think the correspondenep
course would certainly give you a start
toward your goal, if you could follow it
up with practical experience. I do not
think Miss Adams has made any ar
rangements so far to appear in pictures.
Kato Canno-Your description of the
new venture in pictures in Toklo inter
ested me greatly. I have appeared in
several Mexican pictures with the old
Blograph Company. Write out your plot
in synopsis form and submit it. It !s
James W.-Bince you have a mother of
your own and may want her to visit you
some day, don't you think it might be
tactful of you to extend that courtesy
now to your wife's mother?
Vivian-Do not delay having youj teeth
attended to. If you contemplate going
on the, stage, it is one of the first essen
tials. No matter how pretty you may be.
white, even teeth are considered now
Peter S.-I think your Idea of a potato)
farm in Connecticut Is good. I am al
ways very much interested In intensIve
Bryan Wi Start Drive
For Dry U. S. During War
William Jennings Bryan told friends
here yesterday that he is planning to
push his prohibition propaganda from a
He stated that he intends shortly to
start out on a lecture tour in which he
will make nearly a hundred speeches de
claring that the distIlleries' output must
be cut off entirely or at least curtailed in
order that distillers' grain may be used
for food instead of drink.
The former Secretary of State takes
the position that grain is more valuable
to the nation as a food than In any other
form, and he believes that restriction of
the liquor output constitutes a necessary
KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION DANCE.
Last Soetal Entertainment of Season
The last complimentary dance of the
season of the Kentucky State Association
was held last night at the residence of
Miss Flora C. Dyer. 1517 R street north
west. The decorations of the ball room
were arranged by the entertainment com
mittee and were entirely red, white and
blue. Sixty couples attended.
The entertainment committee inclnded
A.-H. Tackett. chairman; E. W. Huff.
James T. White, Mrs. J. R. Bose, Col.
W. G. Coleman. president; I. E. Adams.
vice president; Mrs. J. R. White, secre
tary. and I. G. Ficks. treasurer.
TO THE HO
diect) of all n
dudion and del
we are compellc
the same effect
fain the QCA
gardless of cst
tinuance of san
I gallon and
. Fruitti, a
f gallon, all
f gallon, all
I gallon or oa
j gallon .
+ gallon .
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH
TO HAVE 1WO RALLIES
Patriotic Services and Financial Cam
a" iloh Baptist Church. "Stran
gers' Home." will hold a patriotic serv
ice tomorrow at 8 o'clock. The choir
and congregation will sing patriotic
songs, and the pastor. Rev. Dr. Wal
dron, will preach a special sermon on
the subject, "The Call of Our Country
-What Is the Answer"'
The auditorium will be decorated
with flags, and seats will be reserved
for government officials, several of
whom have been invited to make ad
In order to increase the attendance
and finances of the church. "A Bench
Rally" will be held tomorrow. A pew
has been assigned to each one of 100
persons who are to fill the pew with
attendants and contribute 25 cents
each, and collect the same amount
fr.i each person who occupies the
pew. The members are enthusiastic.
anI feel sure they will fill the house
and raise at least $200 from this ef
Dr. Waldron will preach the second
sermon in the series at 11 o'clock on
'Working for God and Working With
God," using the subject. "Do All to
the Glory of God."
cant e ouse in sauc
,rnri~~& 7014o. S 4lfs
teaching 4e 1?y was eilnhens
I can do tomake hita inliad!
I,! if I wasfe4 Sai li
4 l'a never hear he !ast
it - Hi(1, sfbp fit
ense VI nI atd ram to f t
the enormous increase in wt
:ferial, labor, et cetem, ederin
Wery of our ice cieam, THE V
d to advance the price 25 e
ie April 23d.
ng on this action, we have con
ATY and STANDARD of of
, thereby insuring to you an ie
r and QUALITY.
g you for you patronage, and .1
!e, beg to remain,
Yours very truly,
HAPIN-SA CKS MANUFA(
Bulk Ice Cream
wver, all flavors (excepting
id Custards) . . . . . $1
flavors (excepting Bisque,
Ards).. . . . . . . .
flavors (excepting Bisque,
irds) . . . . . . . . .
Brick Ice Cream
'apolitan or Individual Bric
er . . . . $l
S . . . . S1.
- . . . . $1
itti, Bisque and Frozen
gallon higher than above li.
'e.a'et ae , ti ma t, got t, al t U t t r t.
ENLISTS IN FOREIGN LEGION.
Paris. April .-Richard Blount. jr.. of
St. Louis. has just, enlisted in the fol
eign legion, being the first American to
enter that famous corps since the
United States entered the war. Blount's
father. in discussng his sons action.
"I will he satisfied if the boy kills five
THE RED CROSS
BY THE SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY
Apnl %- IAi\ - LAHbtR IuT.
At-il '-- Aht YV- LIKE IT
54 Rot -at-. $1.15. yell~
Bon 3. On e1 i. membt J the sore.t'. ad
on and after A,. ni ar the CAINI THEATER.
MAT. TODAY AT 2.20.
DAV IYD BELAS( (0 Preenta
Im His Wernd Remowued suece.s.
"THE MUSIC MaASTER"
NEXT WEEK SE4TS NOW
JOHN CORTS Musical Gem,
Original New York Prodctien.
M 4TINEF TODA1. 2:21.
Henry N. hSaage Offers
The Museealt Co-medy Triumph
"HAVE A HEART"
WITH RAIISE I E AS R Hlb n tA KlATH
ERINE .ALLOV. 00 A\tt -5 (CTHFZS
NEXT WEEK. SEAT. SELLING.
In a Sew Masiral Play.
"THE LITTLE MISSUS"
By A. E. Thoms. and Paul Eisler.
S. F. KE IT H 'S ADO,
Mats.. 35et Ewes.. 23 to $1.
NAT M. Ot Mery.
W ILLS 6Y61 & VANIE
MISS EV AN-BURROWU PONTAIN
eyj'jf TOI6lT at 3:15
*Ae.A..J~s Mt. Today
AI1 soot.. smo.
TEPOPULAR In san lkoa Iie
PLAY ERS Cohan-a utsreet Cornedy
Nest Week4-"WITHIN THlE La."
BASEBALL-Tday 3 P.1E.
Ihewutow. tiekot offIee. 613 14th.
A NEW YORK GIRL.
With Mle. Babett. ned 3arry Bemtjer.
NEXT WtEEKtmHIP. flP. MOORAY'
Cotmo s. Mms., Aft., 1, 5 Cent
32nA. M. toU U P.'L~A ltU G v
*OUR pPE iLand LO H UFF
in "The Les.eme
N~g-.Pasodaway at his doe
tdiaed and in
its per galla,
iuded to main
rr produd, re
utam of on
oliciting a cn
50 per gallon
. . $1.25
. 90 cents
75 per gallon
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ALLEN-On Thursday. April 19. 1917. at 4
p. m.. ORRIN P. ALLEN. beloved
father of Elnora K. Edgarton and
husband of Marie Allen.
CARR-On Friday. April 20. 1917, at 2:1L
a m.. at the residence of he} parenits
3421 Seventh street northeast. MARE
MARGARET. infant daughter of W.
P. and Olive P. Carr.
GALLAHER-On April 16. 117. at 7 p1.,
at the Portner Apartments. L BER
NIE GALLAHER. daughter of the
late B. Frank and Etisa A. Gallaher.
Funeral from St. Pauls Church. Fit
t..enth and V streets northwest. today
at 9::0 a m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment private.
GIBSON-Suddenly, on Wednesday, Aprq
It. 1917. about 6 p. in.. WILLIAM
GIBSON. beloved brother of Mrs.
Addle R. Clarke and Mrs. James I.
Funeral service today, at 1 p. W..04
his late residence. 21 Westi
HARRISON-Departed this life. WedM"a
day. April 11, 19317. WILLIAM RAR.
Funeral today at 2 o'elock. free P1'
Seventh D~ y Adventist ChurTh.
Eighth street between F and G stream
northeast. Friends invited.
H 0 D G E 8-Suddenly, on Wednesda
April 18, 1917. CHARLES F. HODG
aged 74 years.
Funeral servias at chapel of M. I.
Nevltus. 96 New York avenue north
west, at 2 p. m. today. Interment lS
JONES-Suddenly. on Wednesday. Apr)
10. 1917. about 8 o'clock p. in.. FAM
NIE CARROLL JONES, beloved wife
of Joshua Jones and mother of Ella
Brown. William E. Butler, Carrie Ar.
rin:ton. and Lena Thomas.
Funeral Sunday. April 2. at 2 o'clock,
from the residence of her son. 1110 ii
KING-On Wednesday, Apr1 11. 1117. at
11 p. m.. MILTON E. KING. beloved
husband of Ella Jarvis King.
Funeral from his late residence. 101
Massachusetts avenue southeart 1~
day. 2 p. m. Interment Glenwood
Cemetery. (Baltimore papers please
LORD-Passed away on Thursday. April
19, at l:I a. m.. HENRIETTA LORD.
widow of Maj. John W. Lord.
Funeral from her late residence. 1412
Eighth street northwest. today, at 1
o'clock. Friends invited.
MoGARRELL-On Thursday. April 11
117, at 12:10 p. m.. after a short ill
ness. ETHEL dearly beloved daugh
ter of Weetwood F. and Carrie T.
Funeral from her late residence. 1342
Clifton street northwest, today at 3
p. m. Strictly private.
MORRIS-On Thursday. April 13. 1917. at
11~ I. m. MARY C. MORRIS. belo'ed
wifeof hares . Morris
Femeral from her late residenee. 1.38
Thlrteenth street southeast. Monds'
Api 23. at 2:3 o'clock. Relatives anli
MULLER--On Thursday. April 19. 1917. at
8 p. in.. RICHARD C.. beloved hue
band of Sophie W. Muller (nee Mul
ler. aged 65 yeas
Funeral from hIs late residence. 238
First street northwest. todey. April
'.1. at 3:30 a. in. Requiem mass at St.
Martin's Church at 9 o'clock. Rela
tives and friends Invited. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery.
REINIHARDT--On. Thursday. April 1t
1917. at 8:15 p. in.. after a short ill
ness. CONRAD. the belove.d husbandt
of Emma Reinhardt tnee lamnbert.
Funeral fromn his late riidence. 343 iC
street southwest. ..n Monda. ApriU
S. at 2 p. in. Relatives and friende
-viyted. Interment Congresonat
ROLLINS--On April 20. 1317. at 9:5 a. in..
ALBERT V. ROLLINS
Nottee of funeral hereafter.
RU N D LiET T-Died Ari 19. 1317.
THOMAS H. RrNDV.ET . grandeors
of Mrs. Honiora A. lmndlett. aged :0
Funeral from Joseph Gewler's Bons
chapeL. 17l PennsylvanIa avenue
northwest, today, at 1:31 a. mn.. thencre
to Ut. Matthew's Church. Rhode Is
land avenue between Seventeenth
street and Connecticut avenue. where
reguiem miass will be said at 9 a. mn
SEAME-On Thursday. April 19. 1317. at
16 Newton street northwest. '.
OLIVER SEA RU. husanda et Mattis
Fumeral front his late residence. Mon
day. April 5. 1317. at 1:3 p. in. n
terment Arilagton Natlonlal Cemetery.
her 30th year.
Funeal frm her inte reemamma ~jlS