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the Most Artistic Floral Designs In Washington Let us have your order. Moderate prices. Washington Floral Co. 724 14th St. N.W. 14th and X. Y. Ave. Telephone Main 106 13,000 BUY TICKETS FOR POLICE BALL GAME Flea Is Made for Aid of Public Unable to Attend Worthy Entertainment. With approximately 13,000 tickets already sold, indications are that there ! will be a~record attendance at the an nual base ball frame between the po lice department and Home Defense i League at American League Park on labor day. Harry Allmond, secretary of the defense league, appealed last night to persons who will not be able to go to the game to buy a ticket for a sol dier at Walter Reed Hospital. Ar rangements will be made to transport the wounded men to the park and back to the hospital. The proceeds of the tickets will go FURNITURE REPAIR Cabinet Work and Finiahing. Estimates Free. H. LEISMAXN, Phone N. 9697. 71 Seaton n.w. ? Into the treasury of the Policemen's Relief Association for the payment of death benefits to the families of offi cers when they die. Previous to the appointment of Maj. Pullman to the head of the de partment the association depended al most entirely on the $2 a month paid into the organization l>y the police themselves. The major instituted the custom of holding: an athletic event annually, which has made it possible for the relief body to meet its pay ments. It is hoped to raise $25,000 by this year's game to insure the association against a shortage during the next twelve months. ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES. TODAY. Wanderlusters' hike from Wood mont. Take Rockville car from Wis consin avenue and M street at 2 o'clock. TONIGHT. "Washington's 200" will give a social and dance at 1502 14th street at 8:30 o'clock. More than a dozen American women and playwrights are said to be in the enjoyment of annual incomes in excess of $50,000 from their literary work. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF I The Ladlta' Co-OperatWe ImprOTf ment Society of Silver Spring, Md., will hold a festival in costume. Sep tember 1 and 2 at 5 and 8 o'clock, re spectively. to raise funds for main tenance of street repairs and street lights cared for by the society. There will be open air dancing and music by a band. Alabama Society will Md an out ing in Hock Creek Park, near Pierce's mill, Saturday evening. All Ala bamans are invited to meet at the end of the Mount Pleasant car line at 6:30 o'clock to go in a party to the place selected. Motion picture* from Lltjinania were shown Friday before Rev. Father John Burks, chairman of the special activities committee of the National Catholic War Council, and members of his staff. The pictures showed the struggles of the little country against bolshevism. Committee* of the Maryland State Society will meet at the Thompson School Monday night at 8 o'clock to arrange celebration plans for Old Defenders' day, which commemorates | the battle of North Point and the writing of "The Star Spangled Banner." Every Marylander is asked to attend. The employe* of Saks A Co. will en tertain the soldiers at Walter Reed tomorrow evening'. The program will include several musical and comedy features, under the direction of Miss J. H. Anderson. A watermelon feast will follow. Member* of the Motor Transport Corps will have the use of the govern ment boat, Major L'Enfant, Wednes day night for a trip on the river. It will leave the government wharf, at the foot of 7th street, at 6 o'clock and will return at 9:30 o'clock. Col. P. H. Pope of the Motor Trans port Corps, recently returned from overseas, will join the transconti nental train at Ely, Nev., en route for San Francisco, Calif. The hump of a camel serves it as an emergency ration. If deprived of food for several days the animal falls back on the fat of its own hump, which then gradually disappears be I fore the limbs are perceptibly re duced. MR. WHITLOCK A WITNESS IN QUIEN COURT-MARTIAL PARIS, August 23.?Georges Gaston Quien, charged with having intelli gence with the enemy, and alleged betrayer of Edith Cavell, will appear before the sixth court-martial of Paris Monday. ? The prosecution claims that it will prove that after obtaining funds Mid help from the Iiri tish nurse Quien went to Holland and returned to Brussels as a German agent and betrayed her to the German com mandant. Fifty-eight witnesses are lifted by the prosecution, amons them Brand Whitlock, American minister to Be - gium. M. D'Armon. attorney for the defense, will a^k for an indefinite postponement until such time "as the kaiser and other parties primarily re sponsible for the death of Miss Cavell are brought before an international tribunal." Secretary to the secretary o' state of Arizona is the position held by Miss Harriet Jean Oliver. Whenever the governor and acting governor leave the state at the same time Miss Oliver is next in line, and several times she has discharged the duties of the gubernatorial office satisfac torily. 75c Rag Rags, 49c 18x36 heavy rag rugs. In com bination color patterns, with fringe. $2.00 Bed Pillow*, $1.59 Each *1x27 sixe pillows, covered with heavy ticking and Oiled with odorless new feathers. Porch Cushions, 45c Large round cushions, filled with silk-mixed floss and cover ed with fancy cretonne. 35c Unbleached Cotton, 24c S8%-inch standard quality yard wide unbleached sheeting cotton. $1.75 Sheets, $135 <3x90 single bed, heavy un bleached sheets. 30c Apron Gingham, 24c Standard grade gingham in as sorted blue checks. $3.50 Diaper Cloths, $298 Dozen 27-inch ready-hemmed diapers, made of Red Star birdeye. Limit one dozen to a buyer. 10c Tnrknit Wash Cloths, 5c Handkerchiefs, 5c Women's rolled edge, hemstitch ed, embroidered corner and plain handkerchiefs. Baby Yokes, 15c Dainty round neck yokes. In a Bomber of embroidered designs. Children's Rompers, 59c Checked percale rompers with belt and pocket. Neatly piped. Sixes 2 to C. Corset Covers, 49c Women's muslin covers, in at tractive lace and embroidery trimmed styles. Brassieres, 39c De Bevoise brassieres, trimmed with embroidery. Arm shields. Men's Socks, 11c Medium weight socks in black, white and balbriggan. 35c Lisle Socks, 19c Men's silk lisle socks in white and black. Run of the mill. 35c Wash Ties, 25c Fiber silk and embroidered four-in-hands, in attractive pat terns. Porosknit Drawers, 69c Broken sizes in men's genuine Porosknic Drawers, regular $1.00 value. 35c Undershirts, 19c Men's athletic knit shirts, re duced for a quick clean-up. Boys' Middy Hats, 69c White duck middy hats, with stitched brims. Boys' Blouses, 35c Odds and ends percale and chambray Mouses. 3 for $1.00. Boys' Wash Suits, $L89 Worth up to $2.50. In galatea and other good fabrics. Middy and Norfolk styles. Boys' Wash Pants, 79c Sixes 7 to 17 in khaki, beach cloth and crash pants. Boys' Wash Hats, 19c Odds and ends wash cloth hats la popular styles. Sold up to 50c. Children's Socks, 23c Fine mercerized socks In white, black and tan and white with fancy tops. Children's Hose, 19c 3?c ribbed hose in white and black. Broken sizes. Infants' Shirts, 17c Lisle undershirts with long or short sleeves. 3 for 50c. Children's Socks, 12%c Reliable quality whits socks reduced for clearance. Silk Hose, 59c Values up to' 85c in Burson fiber silk hose and a few thread silk hose. Leading colors. Slight ly imperfect. Women's Vests, 15c Elastic ribbed gauze vests in regular sizes. $2.50 Kid Gloves, $1.50 Early fall bargain in women's kid gloves. Black, white, tan and gray. Palmolive Soap, 3 for 25c Knitting Wool, 39c Ball Fleischer's 4-fold knitting wool. Traveling Bags, $5.98 18-inch tan fiber bag, guaran teed to wear as long as leather. Leather Bags, $6.98 Real black walrus leather traveling bags, 18-inch size. 35c Infants' Sanitary Rubber Pants, 23c Silk Parasols, $1.98 Women's fancy sun parasols with fine silk tops and new handles. Values up to 36.00. Pearl Necklaces, 69c 64-inch pearl bead necklaces in whips and cream color. Pound Can Talcum Powder. 8c Extra Size Nightgowns, $1.69 Women's well made muslin gowns, with low neck and short sleeves. Several pretty styles, trimmed with lace, embroidery, beading and ribbon. You'll be pleased with the thorough work manship as well as the dainty trimmings. Closed Saturdays During August Satisfaction First 810-818 Seventh Street Notions at Little Prices Stickerei Braid, 3-yard piece, 6c. 35c Sanitary Belts and Napkins, each, 23c. 5c Safety Pins, 3 cards for 10c. 5c 400-count Dressing Pins, 10c. 5c Snap Fasteners, 3 cards for 10c. Dragon Spool Cotton, 4 for 10c. Clark's Merccrized Crochet Cot ton, 3 for 27c. (Limit, 3 spools to a buyer.) Cable Elastic, 3/?-yard piece, 10c. King's Palace Special Hair Net, all shades except white and gray; 6 for 35c. 7c Hairpin Cabinets, 5c. End-of-the-Season Sale of Wash Dresses Two Raclm of Charming Dresses Sold Up to $12.90 DECAUSE they've overstayed their time, we've marked these dresses down to a nominal price to speed their de parture. Choice of plain and foulard pattern voile, plaid ging ham, corded dimity and colored organdy. Every dress is fresh, dainty and desirable. A range of new tunic, draped, ruffled, surplice and straight-line styles. Plush Coats, $37.50 Worth Up to $50 Rich, mirror quality black plush coats, trimmed at collar, sleeves and around bottom with wide band of black fur. Excel lently lined. Smart belted model with two fancy buckles in back. Serge Dresses, Special, $15.90 Made of fine-twilled navy blue serge, mostly in braid trimmed effects. Many have novelty pockets. Trim, straight line styles. Cloth Suits, $35 Sold Up to $59.90 Some of our finest spring suits, in trimmed and tailored styles. Black, tan, navy and brown. Women's Capes, $9.90 Sold Up to $19.90 Serge and poplin capes, with sailor collars or pleated cape collars, mostly in navy, some combined with other colors. Self and silk collars. CASHION predictions assure the greatest fall season for silks in years. We've anticipated the heavy demand with advance purchases of the popular weaves, and give you the advantage of our foresight in tomorrow's low prices. $6.00 Black Costume Velvet, $4.98 Yard-wide heavy black costume velvet, rich mirror quality tor satisfactory service. $3.50 Black Satin Duchesse, $2.69 Tard-wide black satin duchesse, the dress satin de luxe. Superb, well-bodied quality. $2.25 Box Loom Crepe de Chine, $1.79 38 and 40 Inches wide. Pure silk quality, Arm and lustrous. Street and evening shades. $1.00 Silk Poplin, 79c Silk and cotton mixed weave of rich luster and superior wear ing qualities. Belding's Famous Silks Reduced $3.50 Belding's yard-wide guaranteed Black Satin. $3.50 Belding's yard-wide guaranteed Black Taffeta. Yard I $2.98 Boys' 2-Pants Fall Suits, $7.98 All sizes 7 to 17. Choice of handsome brown, blue and gray mixtures and also the popular plain oxford gray. Waist line model with belt. Lined pants. The August Sale Offers $5.00 Wool Finished 70x80 Size for Large Double Beds "pHESE beautiful and thoroughly good blankets come in white, gray and tan, with wide striped borders. Substantial weight; firm and fluffy, and finished with the softness of wool. $10 Plaid Blankets, $7.98 Warm blankets with fine wool finiBh. In handsome plaid and bleck patterns. Sizes 72x82, 72x80 and 70x80. $7.00 Robe Blankets, $4.98 Heavy, warm blankets in Indian patterns of all colors. 72x84 size. Full sise. $4.00 Blankets, $2.98 Perhaps the most surprising val ue of the sale?these good, wool finished blankets, specially priced at $2.98. White and tan. Size 64x76. $7.00 & $8.00 Comforts, $4.98 Full size and sateen-covered bed comforts in handsome designs. Scroll stitched. Filled with sani tary sheet cotton. $18.00 Wool Blankets, $12.98 High-grade wool blankets in striking plaids of gray, tan and blue. Extra weight. Sizes 66x80. Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine Waists, $5.98 Scores of beautiful new embroidered models, designs worked in combination colors that add a -striking note of individuality to the fall costume. White and all colors. New Lingerie Waists, $2.50 All sizes, 36 to 46, in waists of white and plaid voile, white organdy, checked dimity and self striped white madras. Sailor collars, roll collars, pleated collars. Lace-trimmed, medallion-trimmed, embroidered and tucked styles. 40-Inch All-Silk Georgette Crepe $2.25 AS 'most everybody knows, Georgette is advancing in price, and fall stocks will cost considerably more. Tomorrow we offer choice of all the shades on hand?including plenty of navy and black, as well as many others, at $225 yard. This is de cidedly less than the prevailing price, to say nothing of next month's figure. Val L?w New let?both round and diamond mesh kinds? sr in edges and insertions. QC Worth up to 10c. Yard Embroideries?Fresh shipment 18-inch demi-flouncings and cor set cover embroideries, ^ p in blind and openwork jjC patterns. Yard Baby Flouriva ? Scores of dainty new patterns, in these 27 lnch embroideries, madf tm with set-on ruffle. Yard.. Q^C New Silk Petticoats $5.98 Many novel flounclngs are shown In the taffeta silk petticoats for fall. Some are finished with panels of diagonal pleating and cording, others have deep, fancy pleated ruffles. Black and the popular col ors. There are also plenty of the Jersey petticoats with taffeta silk flounces. HOUSE DRESSES?New, attrac tive. serviceable and trim fitting. Made of checked gingham and striped, with sailor collar, with or without belt, with or without pocket. Many are piped through out. Some have embroidery - trimmed collars $2.25 $2.00 Ironclad Seamless Sheets In Panne Velvet, Lyons Vel- tfj*? CA vet and Mirrored Velvet t ? AN early fall demonstration of King's Palace supremacy in millinery value giving. Considering increased costs, these new creations are real revelations?genuine masterpieces of the milliner's-art, and as exceptional in richness of materials as in admirable styling. Large, medium and small models. Black, black faced with colors, new brown, taupe, navy, purple and beaver. Adorned in clever effects of burnt fancies, ostrich, flowers and fancy feathers. Hundreds of Hats Ready for Your Selection in Our Famous Lines at $4.95 and $9.95 As well as in the higher grades. Children's New Gingham Dresses AN early sale of pretty plaid gingham dresses in several entirely new fall styles. High - waisted models with belt and pockets. Round collars. Sizes 6 to 14 years. Four Specials in HOSIERY Women's excellent quality lisle hose in regular and extra sizes. Black, white, gray and -y i? split sole. 3 pairs for 91.00. Pair Women's silk lisle hose, full fashioned, in black, white and colors; regular sizes. Also seam ed back silk lisle hose in regular and extra Q. sizes Women's Medalla pure thread - silk hose, full fashioned, with garter top. Black, (f nn white and all col- J Z,t\ ll 1 ors Children's beautiful quality mercerised socks; white with fancy colored tops in many new patterns. /WC All sixes ***?+* Just 24 dozen of these^ superior sheets, so we must limit 4 sheets to a buyer so that a number of customers may profit by the bargain. Heavy, round-thread bleached sheets, hand torn and ironed. Strictly perfect. 81x90 size for large double beds. 91.39 SHEETS?Defender Mills' Saranac bleached sheets o-f reliable quality, in 72x90 size, for double or three-quarter beds. Welded seam in center. ^ < AA Limit, 6 to a buyer. J) | ,UU Each PILLOWCASES?500 dozen new pillowcases in extra size, p/\ 45x38% inches. Actually worth 65c. Each PILLOWCASES?Lot of regular 50c cases, made of firm, 1 F even-thread bleached cot ton in 42x36 size. Each.. BEDSPREADS?Lot of heavy white crocheted spreads, worth $5.00. Some slightly soiled. Hem med and scalloped ? ?J A Q styles. Regular and extra sizes Mill Purchase Colored Wash Goods, 29c Worth 49c and 59c Yard-Wide Plain Colored Chambray 32-lnh Woven Madras Gingham Plain and Fancy Voiles The plain chambrays are mill ends, but liberal lengths, and come in light and dark blue, green, tan, pink and rose. The woven stripe madras gingham comes in many attractive stripes. The plain-colored and flowered and figured voiles are the re mainder of our regular stocks, and will melt away in a hurry at the bargain price. Sale of 59c White Goods, 29c Mill ends and full piec.es of these beautiful materials, including; 40-inch soft-finished white French organdy, yard-wide white chif fon voile, and a small lot of yard-wide Indian Head cloth. Li CARDS OF THANKS. I COLBERT. The rurally of the lmte SARAH COLBERT wish to thank their friends for ^ their sympathy anil beautiful floral contribu- J tions during their recent bereavement. ? II DAWSON. We wish to express oor apprecia- j tion and sincere thanks to our many friends 1 for their kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral tributes at the death of our beloved mother. iU>SA DAWSON. MRS. A1>I)IE 11. MULLI.NS, HUSBAND AND BROTHER. ? BABBITT. We wish to express our appre ciation aud siucere thanks to our friends ami relatives for their sympathy and beau tiful fiorul tributes at the death of our beloved father, JOHN E. RAFBITT. BY TIIB FAMILY. ? BOBN. WHiTBECK. On August 10, 1019. to Charles I H. and He<ou R. Whitheck (nee WarnekeK a daughter. ? MABBIED. DELEVINGNE?SNYDER. On Augn-it K. I9t?i. by the Rev. Father Cantwell of the Chnrefc of t!?e Holy Red?'??nier, in Detroit, THEO DORE DELEV1 NGNB and Miss -ELIZABETH SNYDER of Detroit. No cards. 24* 1 HEIL?JOHNSON. On August 19, 1919. at Alexandria, Va., by Rev. Dr. A. E. Spiel man, MARTHA ELIZABETH JOHNSON of Washington, D. 0.. and FRANK PRESTON HEIL of Hagerstown, Md. ? DIED. AVERETT. Departed this life Friday. An gust 112, 1919, at her residence. 1233 Half st. s.w., Mrs. JAN IE AVERETT. She leaves to mourn her loss one son and five daugh ters. Funeral services at Pilgrim Baptist Church. All relatives and friends are invited. ? AVERETT. Officers and members of Forest Temple. No. 9, I. B. P. O. E. of W.. are requested to attend funeral of our deceased Dt.. JAN IE AVEllETT. at Pilgrim Baptist Church. 3rd st. between M and N sts. s.w.. at 1 o'clock on Monday, August 25, 1919. Morning Star Lodge, No. 40, invited. By order of MABEL THOMPSON, D. R. ' LOUISE WHITE. Secretary. ? ; BINGHAM. At Wequetonsing, Mich.. August 22. 1919, Mrs. JOSEPH J. BINGHAM, in j the ninety-second year of her age, daughter ?>f (he late Right Rev. George Upfold, lirst Bishop of Indiana, and beloved mother <;f Mrs. Richard C. Dean and Mrs. W. H. Woodward of this city. Interment at Indianapolis, Ind. * COSTELLO. Departed this life on August 23, 1919, at 6:30 a.m., at his residence, 2 I st. n.w.. RUSSELL M. COSTELLO, the be loved son of Michael J. and Elizabeth Cos tello (nee Russell). Notice of funerai hereafter. 24* CRAWFORD. Departed this life on Saturday, August 23, 1919, at 8:30 a.m., after suffer ing twenty-two years with epilepsy, DAISY V. CRAWFORD, beloved daughter of Mary Jackson, sister of Irene Young and aunt of Juanita Grant. Funeral Tuesday, August 26, at 2 o'clock, from her residence, 63o Florida ave. n.w. Rela tives and friends ^nvited. ? GALLOWAY. On Friday. August 22. 1919, at 4 p.m., SHERIDAN B., beloved husband of Mary W. Galloway. Funeral from his late residence, 643 A st. i.e., Monday, August 25, at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. * j GRANINGER. On August 23, 1919, at the1 Episcopal Hospital, CRYSTAL I. GRAN 1NGER. As pure as a lily. Funeral services Monday, August 25, at 2 p.m. 24* HAYNEY. On Friday, August 22, 1919. WIL LIAM E. HANEY,* beloved son of Riley and Nellie Hayney. aged eight years. j Funerai from his parents' residence, 810 I | st. n.e., on Monday, Aflgust 25, at 2 p.m. Interment Glenwood cemetery. MANSFIELD. On Friday, August 22. 1919, ANNA MARIAM MANSFIELD, widow of the I late George H. Mansfield and mother of ! Mr*. Myra Walter Tilley. j Funeral from her late residence, 2202 Lawrence i street northeast, on Monday, August 25. at j 2 p.m. 24* | NETHERLAND. On Friday, August 22. 1919, at 12 noon, at his residence, WILLIAM M., beloved husband of Sue Baden Netherland. i Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. illium T. Snyder at the late residence, 29<>6 13th st. n.w., Monday, August 25, at 10 \ a.m. Remains to be cremated and interment at Richmond, Ya. Kindly omit flowers. 24* ( ! NOLAN. On Tuesday, August 19, 1919, I HENRY FRANCIS NOLAN, U. S. N., be loved son of Abigail and the late Michael T. Nolan. Funeral Monday, August 25, from Nalley's undertaking parlors, 131 11th st. s.e., at 1:30 p.m. Interment at Arlington. * PESTELL. On Friday, August 22, 1919, at lier residence, 1007 C st. n.e., MARY E., beloved wife of the late John F. Pestell. j Funeral from her late residence on Monday. August 25, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment (private) at Arlington cemetery. (St. Louis, Mo., papers please copy.j STEVENS. Suddenly, at Providence Hospital. Friday, August 22, 1919, at 8 p.m., ED WARD STEVENS. Funeral Monday, August 25, at 2 p.m., from the residence of his niece, Mrs. George A. Wilburt, 128 11th at. s.e. Interment Con gressional cemetery. ? BRITISH SOLDIERS REFUSE TO SAIL; 300 ARRESTED LONDON, August 23.?Three hun dred soldiers belonging to Warwick, Berkshire and Gloucester regiments were arrested today at Southampton for refusing to?obey order to embark for France. The ringleaders were driven away in motor lorries. The soldiers, who had been on leave, are for the most part veterans. They objected to embarking because they had heard they would be sent to the Black sea after their arrival in France, whereas they had received promises that no one would be sent to Russia unless he volunteered. The men are quartered in a public park; perfect order prevailed. A war office statement tonight says that the men were being sent to Tur key, not to Russia. WILL GEANT PASSPORTS. Secretary Lansing Says Tourists May Go to Europe After Oct. 1. Passports will be Issued on and after October 1 to tourists going to France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Italy and northern Africa, except Egypt. Applications may be sent in before September 15, but passports will not be sent out before that date. In making that announcement Sec- j retary Lansing said that as the trans- ! atlantic passenger service has not yet reached its normal condition, and as many Americans now in Europe are unable to obtain passage to this coun try in the near future, because of the crowding of steamers, it is advisable for those who propose to go to Eu ropean countries to obtain assurances in advance from steamship companies that they will be able to secure re- | turn passage to this country. "PATHFINDER" PILOT SATE. Lieut. Pearson Beaches Columbus' After Dangerous Flight. COLUMBUS, Ohio. August 23.?Aft er turning over when attempting to | land in central Pennsylvania and later lost in tile mountains of West Virginia, Lieut. R. F. Pearson f rived here this morning with the first airplane or the all-Amertcan I pathfinder expedition. He landed at I'ataskala, a short distance from Co lumbus, last evening and spent the night there. Lieut. Pearson said he knew nothing of the three other planes which left Huntington. Pa., yesterday morning. s> New Location The Original Establishment of W. R. Speare, Undertaker Founded 1872 at 940 F St N.W. Now Located at 1208 H St N.W. (Opposite Masonic Temple) W. R. Speare Co. Almus it. Speare Willi, B. 8pear. CiydH J. XH-fcol. lady .iaaiatant. Modern Otnl ? 4 :> ? ' DIED. | SUMAN. On Saturday. Augtm 23. Ivli1. nt I H <k) a.m.. at iiis summer home Sen brook. *M.. JAM ICS LVTHER. belott-4 aufUi J -f Clara L. Surnan. > Funernl from his late renidt-ncv, U7 T st, j n.w. Time to be announeed in M<>ittl?y t?i?rir? ing's Tost. ? TAX.BOTT. On Saturday. August 23. 191!*. hi ?i*t residence. 1314 !;Ut lid ?t. n.w., StKAH A NX. widow of II. O. Taltott. Funeral private. Ii.terment Mount OHvet <vu? terv, Frederick, Md. WATSON. O11 Saturday. August 113. 11*19. a? 3 p.m.. after a linger.ng illness <?f ?->ne .\?m, ALKXAMtKR, l>elo>ed iiuslmnd of the late Susan Watson. Fupneral from hit late re*idene<>. 341* N nt. s.w.. Monday. August 2.~?, at 2;.W p.m. ? In Memoriam. CONNOLLY. In loving remembr.-uio* of my dear son and our brother. GE??R<;E t'oN NoLLY. who departed this life six y. jirs agi> today. August 24. 1??|:5. BY HIS MOTHER AMI BROTHERS ? FARE. In sad but loving r< meinhranee of ??\:c dear fathrr, JOHN S. FATiR. who ?i?'pr.ned this lif?? fourteen y?-ars agv today. August -4. 1906. Our hearts still ach? for yon. dear papa. Your loss we will ever feel; You bore your sufferings with smiling ch? .v. And left a wound that will never heal "We often ait and think of you When we are all alone. For memory is the only thing That grief ean call its own. We did not know the pain you bore. We did not see you die; We only know you went away - And never said good-bye. BY HIS LOVING CHILDREN. JOE, EDNA AND CLARA FARR. ? FEWKES. In loving memory of my d?4vot??d huslwnd. JOHN I. FKWKL8, who departed this life six mouths ago today. February 21. 1919. Oh, the memory of that morning. As I waited with aching heart. Seeing the one I loved s?? dearly Pierced by death's c^iel darta. He suffered much, he murmured not. I watehed him day by day. Until at last, with broken heart, I saw him pass away. BY HIS DEVOTED WIFE, OENEVIEVI FEWKES. ? FEWXE8. Ih loving memory of our dear soi and brother. JOHN I. FEWKES. who pas* away six months ago today February 21. 1919. God called liim home, it was His will, But in our hearts we love him still; His memory is as fresh today As in the hour he passed away. BY HIS MOTHER AND SISTERS, ALICE, SCSIE AND MARY. ? FOER. In sad t loving remembrance of our dearly beloved daughter and sister, SOPHIA FOER (nee Levy), who departed this lift five years ago today, August 24, 1914. God took her home, it was Hit will. But in our hearts we love her still; Her memory is as fresh today As in the hour she passed away. BY HER LOVING AND LONELY MOTHEH MRS. R, LEVY; SISTERS AND BROTH ERS. ? FRANK. In memory of our darling boy, LU THER O. FRANK. Jr., who departed this life four years ago today, Aug. 24. 191f?. BY HIS FATHER AND MOTHER. ? GILLESPIE. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear win. GARFIELD GILLESPIE, who departed this life nine years ago, Au gust 22, 1910. Sleep on, dear Garfield, and take your reat. God called you home. He knew best; He saw your suffering here was great. And opened wide the golden gate. BY HIS LOVING MOTHER AND FATHER. ? HARRIS. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear mother. NANNIE M. HARRIS, who departed this life seven years agw today, August 24. 1912. "At rest." HER DAUGHTER. ETHEL C. HARRIS. ? JONES. In sad and loving remembrance of my dear beloved husband. WILLIAM H. JONES, and my daughter, LILLIAN JONES, and our beloved father and sister, who de parted this life eleven years ago today, August 24, 1919. Gone, but not forgotten. They ascended up those golden stairs. - To meet their Savior who was waiting there; ! Saint Peter was there and opened wide the j gate. j Not a minute was lost, nor did they wait. J But we are the lost ones here below, | Still watching and waiting to call us home. With the Savior they met years ago. Up in heaven, their heavenly home. With many a friend they'U meet up there. And join with God and His angels cheer. No crying, no suffering will they fear. Because they'll be with God, who called them there. BY HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN, SARAH JONES, 1015 31st ST. N.W. A month between them, eleven years ago todav. Our dear father and sister passed away; God knew their suffering and called them home, . Where there in heaven their suffering would be no more. BY HIS YOUNGEST SON JOHN ? REYNOLDS. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear father, WILLIAM J. REY NOLDS, who departed this life one year ago today. August 24, 1918. BY HIS DAUGHTERS. MAGGIE AND LIZ ZIE. ? 8INC0X. In remembrance of our dear a^n and brother, WILLIAM M. SINCOX, who' departed this life five years ago today. Au gust 24, 1914. God called him home, it was His will. But in our hearts we love hiiu still; And his memory is as fresh today. As in the hour he passed away. MOTHER, FATHER, BROTHER. SISTER. * TERFLINGER, In sad but loving remem brance of my dear husband. GEORGE S. TERFLINGER. who departed this life two years ago today. August 20. 1917. BY' HIS LOVING WIFE. ? YOTTNG. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear daughter and sister. ISABEL ? 'N'G. who left six months ago todav, i Linary 24, 1919. Wsis the meeting happy, dear Isabel. j When father joined you at God's throne? But was it not shadowed by sadness. When He asked, "Have you left mother alone BY MOTHER, SISTERS AND BROTHERS We can picture happy gatherings Around the fireside long ago. And we think of tearful partings When you left us here below. BY SISTER AND BROTHER-IN-LAW, JANIE AND CHARLES WOODSON. ? FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Frank Geier's Soos Co., 1118 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Modern Chapel. Telephone call. North 529. 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SHAFFER, EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS. Pliom- M. at MODERATE PRICES. 2416-17-lS. Artistic Floral Designs. Popular Prices. Washington Floral Co., 14th and N. Y. Are. Main 106. Appropriate Floral Tokens Artistic?oipressive?inexpensive. Prompt auto delivery service. y Gude Bros. Co., 1214 F St.