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Treadway Monday evening.
Mrs. Weeks Patroness for
Army Relief Dnnee Tonight.
Mrs. Weeks, wife of the Secretary of
War, heads the list of patronesses for
the dance and card party which will
be given this evening In the ballroom
of 2400 16th street, for the benefit of
the engineers' branch of the Army Re
lief Society. A number of dinner par
ties will precede the dance, and the
other patronesses include Mrs. Wain
wriuht, Mrs. James G. Harbord, Mrs.
Merritte W. Ireland, Mi's. Lansing H.
Beach. Mrs. Wlllard A. Holbrook, Mrs.
Charles S. Farnsworth, Mrs. Mason M
Patrick and Mrs. ELI A. Helmick.
The Secretary of Agriculture and
Mm Wallace and Capt. Roure, head
of the military division of the French
delegation, will be the guests of
honor at dinner this evening of M.
and Mm a. Philipe Charles Soyes.
Mrs. Grafton W. Minpt entertained
at dinner last night, having as guests
the minister of China and Mme. Sse,
Senator Georsre H. Moses, Senator
Frederick Hale, Representative and
Mrs. Frederick C. Hicks, Prince and
Princess Cantacurene. Mrs. John Phil
Hps and Mrs. John Heard of Boston,
Mrs. King Carley, Mr. Kliot Wads
worth, assistant secretary of the
I Treasury, and Mr. Leland Harrison.
Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh will give a
dance this evening in honor of Miss
Helen Le Seure, granddaughter of
Representative Joseph G. Cannon.
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Gore at her marriage, January 11, to
Lieut. Vidal. She nil hoateaa at a
luncheon party today for the bride
elect aad her other atteadaata.
and a buffet supper will be served
about midnight. /
Representative Edward D. Hays and
Mrs. Hays, with their daughter, Miss
Cathryn Hays, and Mr. Dallas Hays,
returned to Washington yesterday
from Panama, where they spent the
holidays with other members of a
Baron and Baroness Kroff entertain
ed a luncheon company of twelve at
the Shoreham today.
Mrs. Archibald Hopkins will be at
home this afternoon and the follow
ing Saturdays of the season until Lent
at 1826 Massachusetts avenue.
Dr. Samuel McCord Crothers will be
the guest of Col. and Mrs. Hopkins
over the week end, and will speak at
the New Wiliard tomorrow for the
Unitarian Laymen's League.
Mrs. Randall Hagner will give a
small tea this afternoon at 5 o'clock
In honor of Mrs. Eugene du Pont, who,
with Mr. du Pont, Is spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Hagner.
Mrs. Perry Heath entertained a com
pany of twenty at luncheon today.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Ellis have
returned from Atlantic City, where
they spent a week, and have as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brady and
Judge Richard Campbell of New York,
who will remain over the week end.
Mr and Mrs. Ellis will entertain a
large company at dinner this evening
at the Chevy Chase Club in honor of
the secretary to the President and
Mrs. George B. Christian, jr.
Miss Esther McVann entertained at
luncheon today in honor of Miss Nina
Gore. The other guests were Miss
Margaret Young of Oklahoma, house
guest of Miss Gore; Miss Willow
O'Brien of Omaha, house guest of Miss
McVann: Mrs. Charlea Thomas, Miss
Dorothea Roberts, Miss Rosa Maye
Kendrick, Miss Dorothy Mondell and
Miss Virginia McKenney.
Miss O'Brien will return Monday to
New York, where she is in school.
Miss McVann will go to Chicago the
middle of this month to be the guest
of Miss June Milan, for whom she will
be maid of honor at her wedding Sat
urday, January 28.
Miss Gore was the guest of honor
at luncheon yesterday of Miss Dorothy
Mr. aad Mr*. Snyder lloata
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Representative and Mrs. S. Wallace
Dempsey were the guests of honor at
dinner last evening of Representative
and Mrs. Homer P. Snyder, who en
tertained a small company at the
New Willard Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley enter
tained a company of eighteen at din
ner last evening for their daughter,
Mrs. Herbert Shipman of New York.
The head of the Netherlands dele
gation, Jonkheer Van Blokland. was
the guest of honor at dinner last
evening of Mrs. George Barnett.
whose guests were also asked to meet
Sir John Jordan of the British dele
Mr and Mrs. Ray Horton Arnold
were hosts at dinner last evening in
honor of Mrs. Luther Croll of London.
Their guests numbered twelve and
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they entertained In their apartment
at Wartfman Park Hotel.
Mrs. Roosevelt, widow ot the late
President Roosevelt, will sail today
from New York aboard the Finland
for Antwerp, where her son, Capt.
Archibald Roosevelt, Kill meet her.
They will spend a few days there be
fore Mrs. Roosevelt will sail for
Cape Town, South Africa, for the sea
air and the complete rest of the ocean
voyage. She will retnrn to this coun
try from South Africa.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude N. Bennett
have returned to Washington from
Georgia, where they went to spend
the holidays. They were absent for
Gen. C. Q. Morton has returned to
I his apartment at Wardman Park
I Hotel, after spending a month
Mrs. Whltelaw Reid will entertain
I a company at dinner this evening in
her New York home.
A group of New York women who
have Just arrived in Washington and
are staying at the Grace Dodge
Hotel Include Mrs. John D. Rocke
feller, Jr.: Mrs. Mary Stephens, Miss
Mabel Crotty and Miss Norton.
The Princess Ghlka, who Is spend
ing a portion of the winter In New
York, was hostess at luncheon yester
day at the Avignon.
Mrs. Paul Fits-Simons, Jr. was
I hostess at luncheon yesterday at
(Sherry's, in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nixon, who have
frequently visited Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Crittenden Calhoun, entertained
a company of thlrty-slz at dinner
last evening In their home In New
Mr. and Mrs. John McCormack
were guests of honor last night at a
dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Peter
A. Drury at their home on Rhode Is
land avenue. The guests were Arch
bishop Curley of Baltimore, Mgr.
Thomas, Senator David L Walsh, Sen
ator and Mrs. Henry F. Ashurst. Ad
miral and Mrs. Benson, Representa
tive W. Bourke Cockran, Judge
Campbell of New York city, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank P. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs.
Hannin Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ste
phen M. O'Mara, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Callahan, Mr. B. F. McSweeny, New
York, and Mr. Edwin Schneider, New
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Drury enter
tained yesterday with a box party at
the John McCormack concert, given
In the New National Theater, Senator
David I. Walsh. Controller of the
Currency D. R. Crlsslnger, Mrs. Cris
singer, Miss Crlsslnger and Mrs.
IPrlnress Cantacnsene Guest
At Club Anniversary.
The second anniversary of the open
ing of the National Club of University
Women will be celebrated there this
evening and Mrs. Robert I^anslng will
preside. Princess Cantacuzene will
speak on "Present Conditions in
A reception and dance was given at
9 o'clock last night at the Officers'
Club. Washington barracks. In honor
of Maj. Gen. Charles S. Farnsworth.
chief of Infantry, U. S. A., and Mrs.
Farnsworth by the infantry officers
on duty in Washington. The Secre
tary of War and Mrs. Weeks and the
assistant secretary of war and Mrs.
Walnwright. chiefs of the arms and
service, and all general officers in
Washington being of the company,
the guests numbering about 350.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Karl Glessner, who
have been visiting the tatter's parents
at 158 12th street southeast, havt re
turned to their home in Columbus,
. Mr. and Mrs. George O. Walson are
spending the week In New York at
I the Waldorf-Astoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Fraser an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Lillian Mae Fraser, to Mr.
Wesley F. Pape, Saturday. December
24, 1921, at Baltimore, Md.
Miss Claire Wrlghtson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Lloyd Wright
son, who is spending the winter in
New York, is here for a few weets"
visit with her parents.
I Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Padgett and
I son of Chicago, who are in Washing
? ton for a visit, are staying at the
Marriage licenses hare been issued to the
Horace D. Turner and Arwin Deweese, both
of Philadelphia. Mlaa.
Edward P. Nolan of Fort Myer, Va., and
Dessere Sager of this city.
Alfred Superna of Port Myer, \a., and
Bessie Shields of this city.
Leon A. Esk ridge and Helen V. Marshall.
Solomon Kohlnson and Carrie Toting.
Osare De Angelis and Maria Mancinl.
Walter H. Carroll of Glen Echo, Md.. and
Ma bio W. Brashears of Kenilworth, D. C.
Charles B. Payne, Jr.. of this city and
Bath H. Barford of Richmond. Va.
Philip H. Harron of this city and Muriel
M. Vlncel of Purcellville. Va.
Henry M. Frazler and Elisabeth Hamilton.
Isaao A. Sayre of this city and Bessie E.
Swann of Indian Head. Md.
George Williams of Ban Antonio, Tex., and
Juanita Dennis of Eastport, Md.
| The following births hare been reported to
the health department within the last twenty*
| four hours:
Roy A. snd Ellen V. Troutraan, girL
Roy T. and Charlotte C. Graf, girl.
Harry H. and Fannie C. Richard, boy.
John A. and Frances M. Dickinson, boy.
James A. and Susie V. Auslund. girl.
Homer H. and Blanche Haire. girl.
Tucker W. and Arlelia C. Wilklnaon, boy.
Robert G. and Lottie E. Chapin, girl.
Leslie and T. Elisabeth Crigler, girL
Arthur R. and Salome Gooding, boy.
James T. and Anna E. Cauffman, boy.
William H. and Ethel L. Noble, girL
Lewis E. snd Alma E. Talbert. boy.
Lewis E. and Annie L. Hodges, boy.
Michsel J. snd Msrgaret Moran. gfrl.
John and Gertrude Berry, boy.
Frank and Florence Braxton, girL
Richard aad Sallit Terrell, girl.
Enoch G. and Claire H. Gray, jr., girL
Holley R. and Birdie Wells, boy.
James N. and Lottie Payne, girl.
Benjamin H. and Jannie R. Marshall, boy.
The following deaths bare been reported to
the health department Irithin the laat twenty,
Sarah E. Turnage. 44. 931 0 St. S.W.
Elsie Holer, 76, 8803 18th.
Antoinette H. Lambie, 89, 1414 Girard at.
Thomas J. Gross, 77. 8420 P at.
William F.. Renshaw, 68, Emergency Hos
Frank Daugberty, 70, 800 John Marshall pi.
Roberta Bartlett Dixon Palmer, GO. 2182
Laura E. Fulton. 81, 1680 Parte rd.
Louis Palmar Hearen, 74, the Brunswick.
DsTid Alexander Venable, 48, Garfield Hos
Frank W. Benjamin, 66, United States Sol
Strother F. Webb, 63, 818 2nd st. s.w.
Mary Walls, 45, Providence Hospital.
Ralph Peyton, 18 months, 1417 Duncan st.
Anna Louisa Spencer, 2 months, Preedmen's
TRIBUTE TO CURRIDEN.
Washington Market Co. Stock
holder* Deplore His Death.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holder. of the Washington Market
Company held at the company's offices
January 2 a resolution of sorrow and
regret over the death of Samuel W.
Currlden, for more th?n forty-five
year, a director and treasurer of the
company, was adopted. Mr. Currlden
died In Florida Christmas day and
the body was brought here a few days
later and buried.
The resolution recites that In the
death of Mr. Currlden the Washing
ton Market Company "has lost a use
ful, efficient and trusted officer and
the city of Washington a good citizen,
whose unselfish, and scholarly efforts
were ever alive to the cause of hu
manity and the betterment of the cap
ital of the nation."
Mr. Currlden was the last survivor
of those officials whose names are in
scribed on the tablet that marks the
completion In 1S72 of the buildings of
the Washington Market Company.
ASSIGNED TO F0BT H0WAKD.
Ma). John B. Brooks, air service, I
now in Hawaii, has been assign** to
-duty at fort Howard. 4UU
Dr. Ballou Says Inquiry Has
Shown That Some Vio
Opposition to fraternities and sorori
ties In the high schools Is not only local,
but virtually nation-wide, according to
Dr. Frank W. Ballou, superintendent
l of school* who has Just completed an
extensive Inquiry relative to high
school secret societies In other sec
tions of the country.
The superintendent pointed this out
In a statement he sent today to fra
ternity and sorolty chapters in the
Washington high schools. In which he
makes it plain that there are but two
ways In which the secret organisa
tions can gain the approval of school
authorities under the ruling of the board
[of education of last June 1.
Forbidden I. Tea States.
"Borne slgslflcant facts have been
I brought to light as a result of the super
intendent's Inquiry about high school
fraternities elsewhere," said the state
ment. State superintendents of schools
and city superintendents are as a rule
vigorously opposed to high school fra
ternities and sororities. Not a single
superintendent has been found who is
In favor of high school fraternities and
"Of the twenty-six states from which
Information has been secured to date,
ten have passed laws forbidding the
existence of high school fratenltles
and sororities. Nevertheless, high \
school fraternities and sororities now
exist In live of these states, in viola
tion of state laws. In addition, |
fraternities and sororities .also exist
where the rules of the board of edu
| cation now forbid their existence."
Dr. Ballou emphasized that he be
lieves the membership on the part of
high school puplla In any unlawful
organization is clearly Inimical to the
1 inculcation in high school boys and
girls Of proper respetft for law and
for duly constituted authority. Ac
cordingly, the superintendent will not
approve any chapter of a high school
I fraternity or sorority as long as any
branch or chapter of a fraternity
exists clandestinely or openly In viola
tion of the law or In opposition to
| duly constituted authority.
Beqolreaieat as to Control.
Moreover. Dr. Ballou believes that
I no organization should be approved
that Is not controlled and directed by
persons who are members of the pub
lic school system. The school board,
he said, does not have and does not
desire to exercise control over mem
bers of organizations when they are
| not public school pupils.
"If fraternities and soroitles desire
I to be approved, they must divest
themselves of these distinguishing
features of such organizations, so
that, if approved, neither the public
nor the student body will consider
that the board of education has in
dorsed or approved fraternities or
sororities as such," said Dr. Ballou's
"Two ways appear to be open to
I fraternities and sororities that desire
the approval of the public school au
thorities of the District of Columbia.
The first Is complete withdrawal of all
] local chapters from affiliation with
any national high school fraternity
or sorority, their entire organization
in accordance with the rules of the
board of education and their super
I vision by school authorities.
"The other way Involves a comnlete
reorganization of the national ira
ternities and sororities themselves
until they and their chapters in vari
ous parts of the country meet with
the approval of school authorities
wherever such chapters exist."
Dr. Ballou said that -several fra
ternities and sororities seeking the
approval of school authorities have
materially modified their by-laws and
methods of procedure. While modifi
cations make these organizations less
objectionable than formerly, never
theless these changes leave such or
I ganlzations as chapters of national
fraternities. The extent to which
these local chapters would be allow
ed. If approved, to carry on their
activities in accordance with the
spirit of the revised by-laws without
direction or Interference from na
tional organizations, he said, Is a
question which only time could an
Fraternity heads express the opin
ion that th? national organizations
could hardly agree to the modifica
tions proposed by Dr. Ballou.
District of Columbia?Fair tonight;
| lowest temperature about 26 degrees;
i tomorrow increasing cloudiness, be
coming unsettled by tomorrow night;
| moderate north and northeast winds.
Maryland?Fair tonight and prob-'
I ably tomorrow; no change in tem
perature; moderate northerly winds.
Virginia?Cloudy tonight and to
i morrow, probably followed by rain
I in south portion tomorrow; moderate
to fresh north and northeast winds.
West Virginia?Fair tonight; to
morrow cloudy; no change in tem
Records for Tweaty-Foar Hoars.
Thermometer?4 p.m., 41: 8 p.m.,
36; 12 midnight, 33; 4 a.m.. 30; 8 a.m.,
27; noon, 32.
Barometer?4 p.m., 30.40; 8 p.m.,
30.47; 12 midnight, 30.50; 4 a.m., 30.55;
8 a.m.. 30.64; noon, 30.64.
Highest temperature, 42.6, occurred
at 2 p.m. today.
Lowest temperature, 27, oocurred
at 8 a.m. today.
Temperature same same date last
year?Highest, 41; lowest, 30.
Coadltioa of the Water.
Condition of water, clear; tempera
Weather la Various Cities. ^
S *?? ffP
I I* I? sl
i II A 11
i ?vr o ?
Xbllene, Tex. AO
Asbory Park .....
Atlantic City 80.56
Baltimore .. 80.04
Bismarck ... 30.04
Charleston . 30.4
Chicago .... 30.58
Cincinnati .? 30.64
Cleveland .. 80.66
El Paso.... 80 06
Qalveston .. 30 20
Kansas City. 30.?
Los Angeles. 29.06
Louisville .. 30 ?2
Miami, Fla.. 80.22
Okla. City... 8036
Philadelphia. 80 58
Phoenix, Aria 20.06
Pittsburgh. .. 80.66
Portland. Me. 90 42
Portland, Ore 80.86
S. Lake City 80.26
Ban Antonio. 80.26
Baa Diego... 2904
B. Fraacisco. 80.10
St. Louis.... 80.52
St. Paml 80,86
Seattle .... 80 82
WASH., D.C. 80.64
Chief Petty Officer Roger D. Eastlake,
XJ, 8. N.. who was acquitted by a Jury
of Westmorland county (Va.) citizens
last month of a charge of first degree
murder, haa been transferred to the
Navy Department In Washington from
the Dahlgren proving grounds, where he
was stationed at the time his wife was
murdered In her home at Colonial
Beach. Va., September SO last.
Eastlake la spending a furlough of
NOTED ATTORNEY DEAD.
Former President of American Bar |
Association Fanes Away.
NEW ORLEANS, La., January I
Kf'gar Howard Farrar, axed ?eventy
three, prominent attorney of New Or
leans and former president ot tn? Amer
ican Bar Association, died at BUoxl,
Hiss., of pneumonia. . ...
Hr. Farrar had been in poor health
for the past two years. He was criti
cally 111 only a short time, however, be
fore his death. Chief Justice Taft of
the Supreme Court of the United- States
succeeded Mr. F&rrar as president of
the American Bar Association In 19".
Funeral arrangements have not been
completed, but burial will take place in
SEEK "LOGICAL" SITE.
| Nautical School for Ex-Service
Men Soon to Be Located.
The nautical school for the training
of former service men for the Amer
ican merchant marine to be establish
ed by the Veterans' Bureau will be put
at some "logical place" on the Atlantic
ooast, Director Forbes said today.
COL Forbes said he had not defi
nitely selected a site for the proposed
marine school, but Indicated he was
considering the facilities of a number
of towns along the middle and south
Establishment of the proposed Insti
tution, somewhere In the vicinity of
the Virginia capes, was believed by
some oSlcdals to be likely In view of
the central location which could be
Hew Star Want Ad Branches.
Six new offices have been added to
The^Star's want ad branches, for the
convenience of Star want ad patrons.
You can leave your caah advertise
ments at any of these branches at the
same rate and receive the same serv
ice as at The Star office. The new
Associated Drug Stores, 7th and O
Parker's Pharmacy, North Capitol
street and llhode Island avenue.
John C. Haley's Pharmacy, 14th
street and Vermont avenue northwest.
Dupont Pharmacy, 5 Dupont circle.
J. S. Clemence Pharmacy, 15th and
U streets northwest.
Jno. M. Thai Pharmacy, 2434 18th
CARD OP THAIS KS.
I TURN EH. I wish to express my sincere
thanks tad appreciation to our friends for
their kindness durinr the illness, and the
beautiful floral tributes rendered at the
death of my son, HARRY TURNER, who
died December 26. 1021.
MRS. AMEJLIA TURNER. 7*
BATOCGABTEN. On Saturday, January7
1922 at apt. 26, 2415 20th at. n.w. ERNES
TINE, beloved wife of Lee Baumfarten.
Funeral aervices Monday, 11 o'clock a.m.
BE0G6. Friday eveninr. January 6. 1922, at
8:30 o'clock, at the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Albert B. Yount, 219 8th st. s.w..
KLENORA BEGG8. at the age of 01 years 9
months and 9 days. Funeral arrangements
I to be announced later. 8*
BRANDENBURG. Friday, January ft, 1922. at
10:30 a.m., BESSIE HANNA, beloved wife
of Bradley H. Brandenburg. Funeral from
her late residence, 1220 F st. n.e., Monday,
January 9. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment at Fort Lincoln ceme
, tery. 8*
BR0SNAN. Thursday, January 5, 1922,
JEREMIAH J., husband of the late Cath
erine Brosnan <nee Fitzgerald*. Funeral
Monday, January 9, from his late residence.
610 7th st. s.w. Solemn requiem mass at
St. Dominic's Church at 9 a.m. Friends and
i relatives invited to attend. 8*
IBURCHFIELD-MIX. On Thursday, January
5, 1922, at Denver, Col.. RECYL. beloved
wife of Dr. Walter A. Mix and daughter of
William B. Burchfleld and Kitty Burch
l field. Notice of funeral hereafter.
DEAN. Departed this life Thursday. January
5, 1922, at her residence, 1222 Carrolburg st.
s.w.* MABEL DEAN, beloved daughter of
Robert Dean and the late Rachel Dean. Fu
neral from Zion Baptist Church, January 9,
1st 2 o'clock. Friends and relatives invited. ?,
FL0WERREE. Friday. January 6, 1922, a<|
the iKJin* of her niece. Mrs. George C.
Wright. 1519 D st. s.e.. ANNIE E.. devoted
wife of the late John W. Flowerree. Inter
ment from chapel Congressional cemetery
Monday, January 9, at 2:30 p.m. Relatives
Iand friends invited.
FOUVTAIV. Departed this life Wednesday,
Janaary 4. 1922, at 4:25 p.m.. at hts resi
dence, 1216 20th st. n.w., after an illness
of eight days, in full triumph of ffcith, SAM
UEL FOUNTAIN, beloved hnsband of Bessie
Fountain, devoted stepfather of Fremont
Brown. Funeral from First Baptist Chnrcb,
Sunday. January 8, at 1:30, Rev. Penn, pas
tor. Relatives and friends Invited.
Leaves have their time to fall.
Heaven provides a rest for all.
Where sickness and sorrow are felt and
feared no more. l
My dear husband has fled to that happy
(shore. 7# I
FOUNTAIN. Young Men's Protective League
members are requested to attend funeral
of SAMUEL FOUNTAIN. 8unday. January 8.
1922, 1:30 o'clock, from First Baptist Church,
27th st. and Dumbarton ave. n.w.
W. STEPHEN FULLER, Pres.
. G. L. WALTON. Sec'j. ?
I FULLER. Thursday. January 5. 1922, at his
residence, 815 E st. s.e.. JOHN M., beloved |
husband of Hannah E. Fuller. Funeral serv-1
Ices will be held at St. Peter's Church. 2nd ?
and C sts. s.e., Monday, January 9. at 10
a.m., where solemn high mass will be sung ,
for the repose of his soul. Interment at:
Mount Olivet cemetery. Relatives and
, friends invited to attend. 8 |
I JONES. Departed this lifa Thursday. Janu- j
ary 5. 1922, at 1:30 p.m.. at her residence, |
2 Douglass ave., Anacostia. D. C., in full
triumph of faith. NELLIE VIRGINIA JONES
(nee Payne), loving wife of Samuel J. |
Jones, devoted mother of Mrs. Vernita
Banks. Mrs. Ethel Hall, Mrs. Jeanette Dix
son and Albert Jones and sister of Samuel
and Andrew Payne. Funeral from Hillsdale
O. M. E. Church Sunday. January 8, at 1
Ip.m. Relatives and friends invited. 7*
KING. January 5. 1922. MARTHA L. RING.
Funeral from Mount Carmel Baptist Church.
Rev. Dr. W. H. Jernagin, pastor. Sunday,
I January 8, at 1 o'clock p.m. 8*
LOVELESS. Friday. January ft. 1922,
CHARLES WILLIAM, infant *on of John P
and Grace D. Loveless, aged 7 months. Fu
neral from his parents' residence. 2618 North
Capitol st., Monday. January 9. at 2 p.m.
I Interment at Mount Olivet cemetery. 8*
MoOORMICK. Friday, January ft, 1922. st 4
a m.. LAWRENCE A., beloved son of the
late Michael and Anna McCormlck. Funeral
from the family rebidence. 650 B st. s.e.,
Monday, January 9, at 8:30 a.m. Requiem
mass will be ofTered at St. Peter's Church.
2nd and C sts. s.e.. at 9 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Kindly omit flow
McKENNY. Suddenly. January 6, 1922. JOHN,
beloved husband of the late Sophia Mc
Kenny. Funeral from his late residence.
1505 11th st. n.w.. Monday. January 9, at
9 a.m. Requiem mass at Uie Church of the
I Immaculate Conception. 8*
REYNOLDS. Suddenly. Thursday. January S,
I 1923. at hia residence, 1254 Neal at. n.e.,
ROBERT V.. beloved husband of Jennie B.
Reynold, (nee Kingl. Funeral aerrice. at
Calvary Bapttit Church. 8th and H ata. n.w.. |
Monday. January 9. at 2 p.m. Relativea and
friends Invited to attend. Interment at Glen
? wood cemetery. ?
BASSE. Suddenly. January S, 1922. at Sol-1
I diera' Home. FRANK 8A8SE. Funeral from
Soldiers' Home Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Inter-:
ment at Soldiers' Home cemetery. Friend.
I invited to attend. ??
?heed. Departed thia life January 5, 1922,
at hla residence, 1241 Duncan st. n.e.. HEN
RY N . the belored son of Mr. and Mra. Z.
D Sneed, beloved husband of Mary Bneed
and beloved father of Ralph Snead. He
leaves to mourn their loss hla wife, father,
mother, three brothew, four alatera and a
boat of friends. Funeral Fundsy. January 8.
at 1:30 p.m.. from Galbraith A. M. E. Zion
Church. 6th at. between L and M sts. n.w. 7*
I IK HEXORIAM.
BOWMAN. In aad but loving remembrance of
my dear grandfather, EDWARD BOWMAN,
who departed thla life six yean ago today.
January 7. 1918. and my dear grandmother,
MARY L. BOWMAN, who departed thla life
alx year, ago, January IS, 1916.
Gone to rest, but not forgotten.
THEIR GRANDSON. EDWIN M. WIUJAM
/l.n-rr T. Sacred to the memory of m/ beloved
?later. SALLJB A. OAHILL, wbo departed
thia ^?r87g^BMAOGIB V. COX. ?
CARROLL. In aad and loving remembrance of
my dear mother. MARY CARROLL. who de
parted thla life twenty-three yean ago. Jan
uary 7. 1899.
Loved In life; remembered In death.
ONLY SON. JAMES CARROLL.
CURRY. A tribute to the memory of my
mother, ELIZABETH F. CURRY, wbo paaa
ed away nineteen Tram ago tomorrow. Jan
nary 8 1903. WILLIAM H. ODRRY. ?
yOX. Sacred to the memory of my devoted
mother, MARTHA FOX, wbo departed thia
Ufa January 7, 1912.
Je.ua, while my heart la Weeding
O'er my dear, departed one,
I will, at thla solemn moment.
Calmly aay. Thy will be done.
, LONELY DAUGHTER LIDA.
HOWXJV. Id aad but loving remembrance of
I our darling baby. MILTON EDWARD
HOWLIN, who departed thla life one yaar
ago today. Janaary 7, 1921.
Little Milton waa our darling.
Pride of all oar heart, at home.
Bat an angel came and whispered.
Darling Milton, do coma home.
HIS LOVING MAMMA AND DADDX, MIU
iTOH.AllD OftfOB J^QSRUK. ?
. ? >
HARDIW. Id aad but lorlaf remembrance of
our brother-in-law, WILLIAM Ik HARDIN,
who depirted this life two yeara ago today,
January 7, 1VJO.
I>welltnc in that holy elty, a ahlnlef atar,
He 'a walking and talHtj with the Lord.
Hlfl 8IBTBB-IN-LAW, ANNA. ?
HAKDIK. Sacred to tha memory of my he*
deroted fauaband. WILLIAM L.
i'uBO?" "" tww ,mn ?*' todw'
Oh, not la the churchyard do ire lay our
Nor yet In tha depth of the M,
But tm\j the body, wheace the aod hath
Oaly tha mere form which w? aae.
"5* Lw? ranch of the baryta* place.
An though It were there that they ar?t
Between them and di then is really bo
We never muet thick them afar.
KoA.*? l" ,W7 ">* cow and alooa,
?^.V re,t f?r down la the deep.
But here In tha home, which together we're
Tea, here in the room where I sleep.
?wA ***? t*Me a round which we elt
Ur before the cblmney-place flare,
lit the lamp at evening la
Or there In hla favorite chair.
For apirlt from aplrit there'a imHifay can
B en Oeath. let him do what he win*.
?ad^eart60' ^ ca^m* Eood courage,
Mj dear huaband la here with me atlll!
BU WIFE, M. G. HARDIN.
?***ho waa a 1 way a kind.
mlwajr* forgive and forget;
One with the puraat of mind.
Whoee friendship and lore never eet.
At the beautiful sate you atand and wait.
Dear one. from pain aet free;
55. 1 cU"p youT nd 111,(1 *?<* you nolle,
rr.n hlnfea are turned for me.
HIS BI8TLR-IVLAW. K A it AH D CLAN BY.*
XNOBAH, We cherlah In our bearta loving
FJFZW ?ur devoted aunt, liABTHA
1NGBAM, who entered into reat two yeara
ago today, January 7, 1920.
U ATI IE, B1CUAHD AND PABKER. ?
J0HK80IT. In loving memory of our dear hua
band and father. WALTER JOHNSON, who
died one year afo today, January 7, 1921.
Days of aadneas atlll come o'er ua.
Secret teara do often flow.
But your memory keeps you near ua.
Though you died one year ago.
MOTHER AND SON.
KBOPP. In Bad but loving remembrance of
my mother, BARBARA KBOPP, who died
live years ago today.
The memories of the dead ai*> cherished in
the hearts of the living. HER SON. ?
.In m*i"ory of my mother, BAB*
RAKA KltOPP, who died live years ago to
day, January 7, 1917.
Mother, darling, how I ntibs you.
And I am so lonelj\ dear;
l4fo is, oh, so dark without you.
Are you listening, mother, dear?
God has claimed my darling mother.
Took the one I loved so dear;
To fill her place there la no other.
Yet 1 know ahs did her share.
I should not call you back, dear mother.
To a world of care and pain.
Btit my heart will cheer while lingering here,
? ith the hope we'll meet again.
Sad ia my heart, Joy is unknown.
For In my eorrow I am weeping alone.
HER DAUGHTER. ?
^y.^i'Tnrl? ?a<* remembrance of our darling,
A1ALDIE A. L4>NG (nee Laurie), who died
three years ago today, January 7, 1919. and
her beloved husband, SAMUEL C. LONG,
who died January 4, 1919.
Three years have passed, my heart's still
Each day, each hour 1 miss you more;
rorget her, no, I never will,
I loved her then, I love her still;
| Their memory ia as fresh today
i As in the hour they passed away.
You are gone, but not forgotten,
Fresh our love will ever be;
For as long as there is memory
We shall always think of thee.
MOTHER AND FATHER.
Toro from the hearts that loved you.
Gone in the best of your days:
I*>ved by all who knew vou,
To rest in a silent grave.
AUNT MAUDE. ?
F00LE. In sad and loving remembrance of
my dear father. VIRGIL T. POOLS, who
departed thin life three years ago today.
January 7, 1919.
Just a line of sweet remembrance.
Just a memory, fond and true.
Just a token of love's devotion
That my heart atill lonrs for you.
HIS LOVING SON, JOHN S. PO0LB.
TAYLOB. In loving remembrance of our deaf
husband and father. SEPHEN TAYLOR,
ar>?8^19*^5^ **** lifC t1T? yvars *S0, Janu"
The month of January again is here.
To us the saddest of the year;
It was two years ago today
Our dear father passed away.
A happy home we once enjoyed,
How sweet the memory still.
Rut deatn has left a vacancy
The world can never tii!.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND DAUGHTBB. 8*
WASHINGTON. In sad and loving remem*
bra nee of our dear husband and father
ALEXANDER B. WASHINGTON, who de^
parted this life twenty-eight years ago to
day, January 7. 1894.
Forget you, no. we never will;
We loved you then, we h?\is you atlll;
lour memory is an fre^h today
As in the hour you pans^d away.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND CHP-T>REN. ?
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Ills SEVENTH STREET N.W.
Modern Chapel. Telephone call. North 529.
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? . . 817 PA. AVE. 6.E.
Model Chapel. Lincoln 142.
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