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PLAYER ROLLS ?* ><* * 45C Each Wn Intend to dispose of every player roll we carry ?ccept tbe one line we are centering on. This has In. ?olved the dlscontlnuence of two other brands of rolls that we hare on our shelves and which we must clear away at once. These emphatically are not frayed or damaged rolls. One took at them Is enough to convince you of the worth of these bargains, and we have hundreds of them which must be sold at once If this price Is any inducement, and we believe it is. Seeing is believing. Rather than overstate or make this too emphatic, we prefer to let you show the en thusiasm when you really see with your own eyes how beautiful these rolls are and what great bargains are here, if you will only take advantage of them, but your opportunity Is larger if you will come early. Don't neglect this wonderful opportunity. 1330 G St. N. W. DR. RANSOM HONORED. Dr. B. H. Ransom, chl^f of the riooloBTical divinlon of the bureau of animal industry. Department of Agriculture, has been elected a for eign corresponding member of the Royal Academy of Agriculturo of Turin, Italy. TWO OFFICERS RETIRED. Warrant Officers Kdwin Robotham and Walter A. Sartoria have been placed on the retired list of the Army on account of diaablllty Incident to the service. Warrant Officer George Bruley. at Walter Reed General Hos pital, this city, has been ordered to examination for retirement. BURGLARS WORK IN GANG. CHATTANOOGA, April 15 ?A gang of burglars made a raid on a picture show and two business houses on Market street last night, securing something near $2,000, of which $1,000 was obtained from the vaults of the picture show. CASKETS made 'of Armor Plate Steel A dignified and efficient ^service combined with mv personal interest in progressing with modern methods lead me to recommend . STEEL CASKETS Steel Caskets carry the stamp of approval from the U. S. bureau of standards. They were accepted by Army and Navy Engineers for Jdilitary Service in Europe. Used for returning thousands oof soldiers from France. Steel Caskets will last for generations in the ground. Steel Casket designs are beautiful in appearance. Steel Caskets are covered with soft toned cloth materials and finished in other attractive wjys. The assortment is elabo rate. Steel Caskets are priced withi*: the reach of every one. Thev are more practical than wood and cost no more. H. B. NEVIUS Funeral Director 926 New York Ave. M. 2606 "ZURHORST" 1857?IS22 301 East Capitol St. - Undertaker? Phone Phone Business Residence Lincoln 372 Lincoln 468 Chas. S. Zurhorst Successor to George P. Zurhorst BRIGHTWOOO TEMPLARS READY FOR FAIR OPENING y Commandery to Have "Wild West" Equipment as Special Enter tainment Feature. With the arrival In the ol?y yeeter day of Gloth's Greater Showa every thing is in readiness for' the opening of the big: circus-fair to be held by Brlghtwood Commandery, No. (. Knights Templar, which begins to morrow night at Georgia avenue and Military road and continues through the evening of April 29. It required thirty-flve cars to trans pert animals, paraphernalia and per formers from the company's winter quarters here and much excitement was evidenced in the northern section of the oity when workmen started j to unload and arrange for the enter tainment. : Eminent Commander George Lohrer of the Brightwood Commandery, W. L. Oary, chairman of the children's '?fund, for the beneflt^of which the af ! fair is being held, and John J. P. Mul ? lane, director of arrangements, have ! been busy all week whipping things Into shape. and as everyj Masonic I body in the District has signified | Its Intention of co-operating with those In charge to make the under taking a success, little doubt is ex pressed by the management as to the final outcome of the carnival. Both Almas Temple and Kallipolis Grotto have consented to allow their famous bands to participate In the entertainment and these musicians will appear on the grounds at dif ferent intervals throughout the two week*. ' Besides a number of wild animals , and other attractions usually featured | at big circuses, the Gloth company j has with it a complete wild west equipment, included among which are . some of the best riders in the coun try. A large hippodrome and plan tation show will be added attrac tions. Births Reported. Th* following birth! were reported to the health department In the p??t twentj fonr hours: Walter and Matilday Laing. boy. Elmer R. and Lillian G. Manfnm. boy. Nicholas and Jennie Pappas. boy. William A. and Etta M. Newman, girl. F. Ralph and Edna Cahlll, boy. Edward E. and Naomi Harris,' flrl. Frank E. and Maude E. Warner, boy. Athal B. and Marlon Gilmore, boy. Lea O. and Mary A. Parrett, boy. Lewis H. and Annie Sherman,- girl. Bruce M. and Mamie E. Alley, firl. Antonio and Filomena D'Afostino, girl. Edward T. and Mabel A. Allen, girl. Frederick B. and Irlne A. Turner, fir!. Samuel II. and Pearl Lucas, boy. Orville and Lucille Lamb, girl. Levi and Ida Gray, girl. John and Mary P. Johnson, girl. Peter A. and Mary M. Anthony, boy. Isaac, jr.. and Alline Hawkins, boy. * Mrs. Elias Michael and Mrs. Edwin H. Hteedman are the flrst St. Louis women to be elected to the direc torate of a national bank. Here Are Splendid Values in New and Used Uprights and Players Just too many pianos and players on hand to suit us, and not a great while until we strike hot weather again, and quick disposition of our surplus stock is necessary, and there are splendid values here, and plenty of them, too. With the splendid makes offered and the exceed ingly attractive prices, we do not feel that extended comment is necessary. Among the instruments offered are makes that are the world's best, and prices with a punch, too. Remember, your exchange privilege, up to one year, on anything of equal or greater value in the house, and every sale is protected by a written guarantee, stamped with our company's seal?and this guarantee applies to everything we sell, from 1 to 10 years. That's the way we feel about these values. Look at them! Do it now?at once! You will have the advantage of a larger selection. New Story & Clark Players Story & Clark Instrument* ar* famous every where. thoroughly standard tnd nationally ad vertls?d. Their splendid tonal qualities and beautiful finish attract the admiration of thp most discriminating buyers. Nationally Advertised fie# the exquisite Story A Clark latest model. plain design Player, with their celebrated Player action. Nationally advertised. The player action is not assembled with the piano at the factory, but is actually manufac tured and built in the Story A Clark factories at Grand Haven. Mich. Extraordinarily light snd easy to pump, and a perfect tracking de vice. Let us demonstrate it for you. Players, $5BS LOOK AT THESE VALUES J. & C. Fischer Upright Used; very good indeed for be- $140 . _ n1 ?Full 88 - note Solo Concerto Player nut case: used, but good condition. $275 '*% . m ?Kuii 88 ?note; Solo Concerto Player ^^$350 ?Modern design; ~ full 88 - n o l e; m Almost new; mahogany finish; transposing tracker. $498 A used WM. KNABE & CO. UP RiGHT; splendid tone, excellent a ^ _ condition, a plain case; a beautiful piano. Only A used WM. KNABE & CO. GRAND; beautiful tone, splendid condition; keys, plate and hammess excellent condition; a magnificent grand.. Only *775 Story & Clark Player mahogany finish; transposing tra l.'sed . Solo Concerto Player ?Fall 88 - note; mahogany fln i8h $335 beautiful lines: fine tone. Used. r?i ? ml ?Mahogany finish; full I rvner rlflvcr bronze plates; exquisite a I J uw tone; full 88-note <tQQQ sise. Used 90u0 McEwen for price asked VB,ue $150 We Represent KNABE Haines, Foster, Story & Clark and Other Famous Makes and The Ampico in the Franklin, Haines and Superb Knabe Pianos A beautiful used CHICKER1NG ? ^ SMALL GRAND, mahogany case; fine tone; strictly modern lines. Only New Players M25 and Up Fully Guaranteed With this price and on the pay ments we offer it is absolutely easy for any one to own a player who in the slightest degree really wants one. Why, here are values that will make yon stop and think. These at 9425 are beautiful tone, splendid looking, full plate instruments, with transposing tracking device to shift from one key to another; automatic lond pedal, very easy to ppmp; beautifully constructed inside and out, with full bronze plate, and bush pins with copper-wrapped bass. LOOK AT THESE VALUES Hallet-Davis & Co. Upright"?; duet music rack. Boston fall sing board Jtlsu > I IT ? I . ?Oak case; full plate Johnson Upright ^ $145 Solo Concerto Player~?*; lines; full piste; used; but very good con- #4AQ dition 9?VO Chas. Bonce Upright Splendid value st ' $130 Davis & Son Player Haines Bros. Upright mahogany caae ?Oak case, full ?.r.*- $275 ?Used; beauti ful condition. ....... $350 Schencke Player ,?Beautiful cas?; rich mahogany veneered; bronae plats: over strung bass; transposing key devioe; brass trimmed; tS-note; used, but In good con- ~ dition $435 $|Q DOWN To Apprwi Credit ? Tah? Long Timo to Fmy Balance. /ttJartrooiM. tut J.H/UJilliam&Pfw 1330 G Street N.W. A*: THE WEATHER District of. Columbia, Maryland and Virginia?Fair .and rlolns tempera ture today; tomorrow cloudy and warmer: moderate variable winds, becoming southeast and south. Went Virginia?Fair and warmer todiy; tomorrow cloudy and warmer. Reear*? far Twe??y-Tw? Hamra. Midnight, 61; 2 a.m., 60; 4 a.m.. 58; 6 a.m., 58: 8 a.m., 64; 10 a.m., 58; 12 noon. 60; 2 p.m.. 61; 4 p.m., 62; 6 p.m.. 6.1; 8 p.m., 5?r 10 p.m., 55. Highest, 64; lowest, 65. I Relative humidity?8 a.m.. 56; 2 p m , 46; 8 p.m., 36. Rainfall (8 p.m. to 8 p.m.), .15. Hours of sunshine, 12; per cent of possible sunshine, 91. Temperature same data last year: Highest, 76; lowest, 61. Tide Tables. j (Furnished by United States coast and geodetic survey.) Today?IjOW tide, 5:50 a.m. and 6:24 p.m.; high tide. 11:44 a.m. I Tomorro'w?Imvt tide, 6:45 a.m. and I 7:17 p.m.; high tide, 12:15 a.m. and 12:36 p.m. The Kim n< Moaa. j Today?Sun rose 5:31 a.m.; sun sets | 6:45 p.m. Tomorrow?Sun rises 5:30 a.m.; sun sets 6:46 p.m. ? I? Moon rises 11:53 p.m.; sets 9:18 a.m. Automobile lamps to be lighted one-half hour after sunset. Wrather la Varlaaa t itles. I're'ip | Max. Min. itatlon, I Sat- Krl. Sat.. 8 p.m. to I urday. night. 8 p.m. 8 p.m J A.burr Park. X. J . <10 44 .">2 0.48 1 Ashevllle, X. C 72 T>8 <H <1.18 Atlanta, Ua 74 #? 00 <>.:? I Atlantic City, -V. J. 00 4s r* 0.01 ; llaltlniore. Md #M 50 0U 0.12 HJftmarck. X. !>.... 30 3S 44 .... Iloston. Mas* 44 42 41) " 44 Buffalo. X. Y 40 *(i S8 <1.48 fhiraco. Ill f.O *? -V> Cincinnati. Ohio.... 02 44 r,s 0.08 Cheyenne. Wyo 10 28 J8 0.10 < Iceland. Ohio 5# *8 .">4 0.20 Daveniiorl. Iowa.... <V4 40 00 .... Denver. tlol #< 40 4'i .... Ilea Moines. Iowa... *10 40 02 .... Itetrolt, Mich 00 38 0.08 Duluth. Minn SO Wi 4? 0.02 El Paso. Tex 82 48 78 Ualeeston. 1>r 80 08 70 .... Helena, Mont *2 28 32 0.02 Indianapolis. lad... <V4 38 58 .... Jacksonville. Kla... 88 ?8 *2 Kansas City. Mo.. . 08 48 Wi Little Rock Ark... 00 52 00 Lot Aurl?>. Calif.. 68 50 82 .... Uniirtllr, Kt 54 40 58 0.40 Marquette, Mich... 40 32 30 .... Memphis. Tenfc 00 54 04 .... Miami. Via 82 70 70 M? Mle. Ala 82 72 78 New Orleans. Ul... 80 72 80 .... New York. N. Y... 50 44 BO 0.58 North Platte, Neb.. 70 42 .72 Omaha. Neb 68 40 00 Philadelphia. Pa... 02 48 ..8 O.lo I'lioenlx. Aria 82 38 <8 .... Pltt.b?r*h. Pa 50 42 ..4 008 Portland. Me 42 42 38 0 30 Portland. Ore 52 4tl 48 0.1 ?. Lake City. Utah. 38 28 32 04.. Ht. IjhiIs. Mo 04 44 80 .... St. Paul. Minn 00 30 Oil San Antonio. Tex... 84 50 8*. .... San Pieffo. Calif 0<( u0 ..o S. Kraarlaco. .Calif. 50 44 .>0 .... Seattle. Wash 52 30 44 0 0? Hpringfleld. Ill 04 40 <?1H & ohu,.v.v.::: SS Si ?f o? Virksburc. Miss.... 68 66 6* -??? WA8H'OTON. D. C. 64 58 >9 0.U Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses hsve been issued to the fol lowing : Arrhie W. Conner of this city and Lillian If. Walth of Nokesville. Va. Homer P. Porter and Rnth H. Hammond. James F. Beavers and Ethel M. Franxell. Robert R. Pearson and Lillian R. Fran sell. Leslie T. Lathrop. Canal Zone, and Eleanor E. /tatter of Manama*. Va. George A. Plummer of San Antonio. Tex., and Stella Connor of this city. Bernard L. Thurston and Sadie B. Farmer, both of Richmond. Va. Clarence A. Middle toe of The Plains. Va., and Matilda O. Wilkeraon of Front Royal. Va. Robert W. Merritt and Maggie L. I^?wis. Helium Miller. Jr.. and Mary A. Hutchins of this city. i Willisra J. Porter and Celia R. McDevitt of | SayWvllle. R. I. Cecil B. Roane and Edith V. Trevilian. both of Plain View. Va. Gwynn L. Garrison and Atta B. Le Gear. ! Frank H. Pettis of Richmond. Vs.. and ? Mary E. HolllngswortTi of Verdon. Va. ! Horace E. Fidier and 8arah V. Taylor, both ! of Richmond. Va. Chester A. Dnke of Front Royal, Vs.. and j Katherlne C. Kmeger of this city. Ohaille W. Branch of Drewrya Bluff. Va.. j and Liddie I. Windham of Henderson. N. C. ; Manrice W. Mahoney and Ruby M. Skinner, i Lewis P. Fnkle and Katherine M. Beall. Frederick W. Ribnitski and Pesrl I. GUI. Frank L. Lemke and Florence Ennis. ' Israel Winston and Era Thomas. Benjamin I>. Edwards of Monroe. Va.. and t Marie L. Scribner of Earlysrille. Va. Charles J. Reeder of Dwlght, 111., and Ethel j G. Rlndy of this city. | Daniel M. Holmes of Langley Field. Va.. and . Minerra F. Pasco-Gross of this city. Walter Simpson and Hannah West. ! Thomas E. Sullivan and Claire M. Byrne. Nathaniel Salter and Refiecra Greene. Marvin B. Ragland and Enna I. Klein, both ! of Richmond. Va. Howard R. Billaon and Frances X. Burgees, i Frank Eggert of Cleveland. Ohio, and } Martha Heberton of this city. I | Clayton M. Bonhain and Grace Williams. ; Chancellor J. Garrison and Mary A. Crim- ] mins. Johnnie W. Marcus snd Lacy H. Ball, both j of Ash burn. Va. j Abner C. Oliphant and Ruth P. Larner. ! Leo A. Harbison of Cottage City. Md.. and > I Theresa V. Trice of this city. [ Noah Rouse and Isabelle Giles. Deaths Reported. ' The following deaths were reported to the j I beslth department in the past twenty-four j 1 hours: . } Mary Erclavitz, 66. 611 A at. a.e. i Mrs. James Rucker. 62. !>6 K st. n e. Emma A. Tyner. 68, 1500 Maas. are. G*4. TV. Leaman. 84, 1430 V st. David B. Glasco. 72, fll3 Quincy st. Samuel Stevenson. 72. 630 G st. s.w. Mary Regan. 78. 1020 20th st. Henri Guillaume. 60. Nat. Homeo. TIospl. J Marion Edmonston. 86. 1516 28th at. William W. Walker. 45. St. Eli*. Hoapl. ' Joseph Costello, 1, Rt. Ami's Inf. Asylum. ? William H. Dorsey. 63. 337 Md. ave. i.w. -! Moses Queen. 83. 1605 f?th ct. William McCullock, 40. 8t. El is. Hospl. j Henrietta L. Diamond, 42, 1822 4th at. i Rudolph Thomas, 2 no., 1605 Caton st. ! Mary M. Nelson. 1 mo.. 461 g st. s.w. j FOUND. ? | PERSIAN CAT, black, mala; very large. Ap- i Sly Washington Animal Rescue League. 849 < [d. ave. n.w. SHOES in automobile on 8th at., near F, > Call Room 158^ Patent Office. 16* i LOST AIREDALE. DOG, green collar: left hind leg \ short. Liberal reward if returned to 1328 16th j streetn.w. j BAG, .silk, containing twd purses with paper money, keys and vanity bo*. Finder plesse? return to Lewis it Co., 7th and G. Reward. \ BLOUSfc--Brown silk, Saturday evening, F st. j i between 21st and 22nd n.w. Reward for re turn to Janitor. 2112 F at. n.w. 17* COAT AND CAP, baby's?Party who took j from Laaaburgh'a rest room Tuesday, return j to Lanabttrgh'r office: no questions asked. ? DOG?Wednesday evening. Petworth: Scotch collie, name "Wupafe." Reward. 4003 ,5th st. n.w. Phone Col. 6881. ? j FOUNTAIN PEN, gold encased. Waterman; j initialed K. R. Return 8ergeant-at-arms, House, Capitol. Reward. 17* FOX XIBBttft, wire-haired, white with black ! spots; lost on Woodley place or Conn. are. | Reward. Shaw A Brown Co. GLA88E8?1Tortoise shell, Monday morning, j April 10, either on 16th, 17th, Mass. ave. or j I at. Finder please return to Miss Bartley, i 1688 17th at. or. Room 191 Arlington bldg. Reward. * GOVERNMENT OHEOK for IB8.50. Arlington building or downtown section, Saturday after noon. Finder please return to Nettie Bryant, 1287 12th st. n.w. Phone Franklin 4702-J. Reward. " GRIP?April 13 between Lanham and Bladens- j burg, Md., one embalming grip. Reward if returned to Francis Gasch, Hyattsville, Md. 16* NECKPIECE?Sable fur; in neighborhood of j Dupont Circle; reward for return to Mrs. Bradley. 1417 20th at. . PIN. diamond horseahoe, Thursday, April 13, I afternoon, in downtown ahopping section. Liberal reward. Call Willard Courts. N. 8S27. 16* POODLE DOG?White and black; answers to I came, of "Dnke"; tag No. 1267. Finder re* turn to 1 L at. n.w. POODLE, small white. Thursday. Reward if returned to 2035 North Capitol at. Tel. N. 2546. 16* PCR8K, In Lanaburgh'a rest room. Finder please return raeary to address la purse, keep money end tokens. * fcAtCttfiL?In abopplu aectlon ; small aatchol j eoatdalBf chlldrBn'a, dresaea. Mrs. A. Fox. Oererniaent Hotela H-8 and. BTICKPIN?Diamond and pearl, Wedneaday <m New York are. bthma lath and 14th ?U. n.w. i Reward. Retara te 720 13th at., or rho? M. 0487. 10? BTONB MARTKN NWJKFISC*?AJwot 4:16 6m.' SatOTday, -April 15, on" 13th at. between and V. B.W. or oa F if. between 13th and ISth n.w.; rewardr- Urn.' B. B. Ramom, 225 ||?1 ii r' I.er Phone Xorth 1000-J. tVltTST AVATITI. ,'adlm'. ?n "r near <; -t. Iwt"r,tli unit ir'.tii, Tiiursday. r.t-trar;l. :"K, 83d.kt. u.w. ? , I BUILDING COST RAISED I 70 PER CENT IN SIX YEARS 1919 Construction Shows Total of $20,665,683?4.342 Per mits in 1920. Cost of buildiiigH constructed in Washington Increased by more than 70 per cent in the six-year period be tween 1914 and 1920. inclusive, ac cording to figures made public yes terday by the Department of Labor. Construction In 1919 in this cjty eclipsed that of any other year in the city's history, the figure? show, with a total cost of $20,66G.6fc3. Buildings constructed in Washing ton in 1920 cost $17,892,910 to put up. against $10,415,645 in 1914. the figures showed. In 1920, 4.342 pejynits to build were issued, of which 435 were wooden buildings while 1,131 were of brick or hollow tile. Six hundred and sixty single family houses were constructed in this city in 1920, at a cost of $4,995,381. and sixteen apartment houses were built in the same year, at a cost of $3,295,000. Carba of (Efjanfe*. to oor aincere appte n in? . friend, mid relative, for their of "Wpathj and lieauti o r fwl I . f* '"'Ol*"! ?' ?'*? death uf p i?i husband and brother, curni.'. r- AM" THE i-'AMlLY. * w'?h ?.i knowledge nrllli Ulnltl i the klndn-s. dnrlnr (l .rrr .M , ?,Il'of sympathv and ? ' ' r at Hm- death of .,,ir v.,'""'1,, *'"> "'epfather. Gi:<IR?;E X. HA It WIKE Av" BOX8. W> J*'*1' 10 '?"l"*" ?"r afipiecUtlun and thank* to ?ur dear frirad' kindness during our l.rothet (?,!? ? , ] ?'"? fur the liea lit I nil floral tribute*. '"at: LLIVAXSOV ASD 1IRS "A.MKL I wiali to express my sincere nppre* and ??i.i?i my ?nd many friends J"" .TJf'i*'"!- """ ,he Astx-lation. , 1' '^ kindnwa and sympathy and beauti trl.bu"a rendered dnrins the UlneaK and death of my husband. JOHN G. KLENK HIS WIFE. ? 77.'. W? wlih. expres. -Hit- slneere appre uation to friend, and relatives for theli 21 "f "Pieaalons of sympathy and beautiful noral tributes received at the departure of ?ur mother. MILDBEI) I.KK. HER DACGHTKKK. ? th^^T W*Jrl,h ?? ?>'?* our friend, for ??t ,, shown following tlie accident ?" *h*?}"np?thy extended at the death of v ? vii w',.?,,Kl ?"r '"her. JAMES MUB VINE. MII8. MURXAXE AXD FAMILY. ' wfrt.to express our aineere ap * foJ""V,w ,nd W?0?? f?r their ^ "IT ?"""Hful floral tribute. rwv.Ted at the death of our tielored hut baud and father. (it STAV A. THl'RM LOVING WIFE AXD CHILDREN. ? IB orn. THOMPSON. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt W. Thomp W ARn1?Ti>n\f,]i,HX,v"i1 of UAKRY W(H>D ? ?rtriey0SrX ? Apr" ' '?f' JBeatfj*. CLEAR. Friday, April 14. 1922. at Groton Mass.. iHARLBS MKIK KU CLEAR. M,n of the lite Robert L. and Rose .V. Clear. Fu neral 10 o'clock a.m. Monday, from W. R. hpeare Co. funeral parlors. l?j* COLE. Departed this life Tuesdav, April 11 1J|2J, (>EORr>E COLE. He leaves to mourn theJr Ioks a wife, son. mother, two brothers sister and hosts of relatives and friends. Funeral from his sister'* residence. 1350 Wallacb pi.. Sunday. April 15, at 2 o'clock 16* COOKE. Friday. April 14. 1922. at 9 o'clock fiJii'i- S?.' y-] 'j " ' MARGARET A < liOKla. beloved daughter of John A. and Margaret R. Cooke. Funeral private. DA8ENBB0CK. Thursday. April 13. 1922, JOHN J., beloved husband of Alice E. Dasen hrcck (nee O'Hagant. aged years. Funeral from hia late residence. 3r?6i Warder st Monday. April 17. at * 30 a.m.. thence to Hacred Heart Church, where requiem mass will lie said at # o'clork for the repose of his soul. Interment at Mount Olivet ceme tery. 16 ECKL0FF. Thursday. April 13. 1822. CATH ARINE V. ECKLOFF. widow of Joseph E. Eckloff. Funeral from her late residence. 4 I st. n.w., Monday morning. April 17. Keqniem masa at 8t. Aloyslns Church at 9 o'clock. th?ice to Mount Olivet cemetery. Interment private. Kindly omit flowera. 18* EDMON8TON. Friday. April 14. 1822. at her residence. 1516 2Sth st.. MARION I. ED MONSTON, widow of Deciits Wadsworth Edmonton. Jr.. and mot) er of Mrs. George A. Kinv. Funeral private 16* GAMBLES. Peacefully paiV-d away Satur day. April 15. 1922, 12 ?*idnight." at her residence. 2224 E st. n.w.. > CCINDA C.AM BLER. wife of Edward <>aihhler. Funeral Tuesday. April 18. at 2 p.w., from Nine teenth Street Baptist Church, Rer. Walter 11. Brooks, pastor. Member* and friends invited. 16* GILL. April 14. 1922. at Baltimore. Md.. MART M.. beloved wife of the late Wil liam R. Gill. Services at Baltimore on Monday at 11 a.m. Interment In Arlington national cemetery on Monday afternoon upon arrival of train No. 109, Pennsylvania Railroad, due in Washington at 1:26 p.m. * GITILLAXrME. Friday, April 14. 1822. at Homeopathic Hospital, HENRI GUIb l.AI'ME. beloved husband of Cecelia Davie* Uuillauxne. Funeral Monday. April 17. at 3 o'clock p.m., from his late residence. 1322 11th si. n.w. Interment (private) Oak Hill cemetery. 16 HOPKINS. Thursday. April 1.1. 1922. at Sara nac Lake. N. Y.. Col. WILLIAM H. HOP KINS, United States Marine Corp*. Mili tary funeral from St. John's Church. 16th and II sts., to Arlington, at 1 p.m. Tuesdav, April 18. 17* HUFFMAN. Friday. April 14. 1922. at 8:30 a.m.. at his residence. 17tk~. Euclid st. n.w.. Washington. JAMES IICFFMAN. 82 years of age January 31. lt*22. Funeral at 10 a.m. Sunday. April 16. fiom his late residence, conducted by rhe chaplain of Camp 173. I*. C. V. Confederate veterans are requested to attend the funeral in uniform. Interment at Siiiunton, Va., 10 a.m. Monday, the 17tli. 16 KENNEDY. Friday. April 14. 1922. at 4:45 a.m.. MARY HANFORD. beloved wife of George W. Kennedy, at her residence. 4413 8th st. n.w. Funeral services at her late resi dence Monday. April 17. at 11 a.m. Friends invited. 16* NOBDLXNGER. Suddenly. in New York city, on April 14. 1822, TYLER NORD L1NGER. Funeral at 2 o'clock Sunday. April 16. from the residence of his brother, 1933 19th st. n.w., Washington. D. C. 16' O'NEIL. Friday. April 14, 1922, at her parents* residence. 3417 Dent pi. n.w., MARY MARCELLA, infant daughter of Wil liam J. and Mahel O'Neil. Funeral Monday, April 17. nt 9:30 a.m. Interment at Mt. Olivet cemetery. "*? 16 PRICE. On Saturday. April 15. 1922. at her late residence. 314 Elm st. n.w.. CATH ERINE. beloved widow of Andrew Price and mother of Mrs. Mary L. Simms, Mrs. Ger trude Smith and Bernard Price and grand mother of Bernice and Eula Simms. Charles and Theodore Price. Notice of fnneral later. RECTOR. FUday, April 14. 1922. at 4:4" p.m.. ELIZABETH FRANCES. *fife of Jaquelin Rector of Spring Hill, Ya. Funeral from her late residence Sunday, April 15, at-3 p.m. Interment at Lewinsville, Va. Friends and relatives invited. ? REGAN. Thursday. April 13, 1922. at her residence. 1029 20th st. n.w.. MARY, be loved wife of the late Cornelius liegan. Funeral Monday, April 17, 9 a.m., from St. Matthew's Church. Conn, and Rhode Island ave?. n.w. Relatives and friends invited tu attend. 1?* SARTAIN. Thursday, April 13. 1922. at 7:45 am., at her residence. 602 Eye st. n.e.. ELIZABETH A. SARTAIN (nee Wilson), beloved wife of the late W. C. Saitain. Funeral' from her late residence. Monday, April 17, at 8:30 a.m., thence to Holy. Nam? Chnrckt where requiem mass will be sni'l for the repose of her soul. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery. Relatives and friends in vited to attend. SARTAXBT. Membov of Col. Div. No. 115, of the G. I. A. to the B. of L. H.. are hereby notified of the death lof Sister ELIZABETH A. SARTAIN. Our services at h:3? a.m. sharp Monday. April 17. 1922. at 002 Eye st. f.e. By order of the President. CLARA L. PERRY. !?? SARTAIN. Officers and comrades of Lil?erty Council, 162, C. W. B. L.. are requested to attend the funeral of our late comrade, EL1Z.VBETH A. SARTAIN. on Monday. April 17, from her late residence at 8:30 o'clock, thence to Holy Name Church. m. n. McCarthy*, pres. A. C. WALSH, Secy. ? SOMERVELL. Suddenly, Friday. April 14. 1922. at lier resideuce. Wardman Park !!?>? teL MARY BURKE, widow of William Tay lor Somervell and daughter of the lnt? Kol> ert Burke of Dyersburg. Tenn. Funeral services will be held at St. Thomas' Episco pal Church. 18th and Church sts. n w., Mon day. April 17, at 2 p.m. Intenaent nt Rock Creek cemetery. IT STEVENSON. Friday. April 14. 1922. at the residence of his daughter. Mrs. James it. Itfcieifh, 630 G at. a.w., SAMUEL, beloved butband of Martena A. Stevenson. Funeral services will be held at the above nddress on Monday. April 17. at 9 a.m. Interment in Baltimore cemetery, Baltimore. Md. (Bal timore and Philadelphia papera pleaae copy.) TXLGHXAN. Entered into rest on Eaater ere, April 15, 1922, SARAH C. TILGHMAN. Funeral in Eaaton, Md., Toeaday. April IS. - On Thursday. April IS, 1922. WILLIAM WEAVER, beloved husband ol Myrtle D. Welker (nee Hollis). Funeral frotn his late realdcftcc. 237 13th sr. . Ap; Il 17. nt I p.m. Inter liK* : -+-r) Ar'.!iigN>;? iia.'ioua: ? i"e terj. 1C Jn iHemoriam. AGRAFIOTIK in *u#*#?t niPiuor* of darling littlf son NICHOLAS, who pas?e<1 ? way April 1<J. 1021. ??n?t y??ar aj;o. BUTLER. In loving remembrance of ?n? <le?t mother and wife. Mrt. HAHAH Bl 1 LEI\,t who departed this Iif#? Easter Sun da>./It?2<?. It was a beautiful night in April. dear mother, I when ?,nd liid you ruine. I And it wad** ii* ho ?ad and lonely when **? knew lie had <-ailed yvolutin*. ' Hut yon were brave and ready with faith, hojie, charity utid love. When your hour struck and tie sun of your life was netting in the golden west. You luuruiured n??t, d**ar mother, but went bravely on to r?**t. Your iieaiitlftil. noble life. *o well spent in th" happy bygone days. Will always lw a precious memory, to lo??*d ones and friends in many ways. Rest on. oh. dear mother; rest In sweet pfii'-. While here ?m eart. we know your 1? !>???? m? well iti??l beautifully done. DEVOTED DAfiiHTEKS AND HCtSBAND. JAMES BI'TLKK CLARK. In remembrance of my dear husband. JOI1.V W. CLAItK. who departed th * \ four years ago. April 14. 101H No one knows how much I have misled >?' No one knows the tear* I shed: But in I hope to ni?*?*t you. II1K I/IVING WIFE. JI'LIA 8A VA??K <.'I?AKK. DORSEY-JONES. In fond memory of my dea fiiend. MACMK IMJBHEY JONES. who >tr uje k'.x y?*MiM ago today. April Id. 18HI. I ?:T alone and ofttimes think 1. too. must l?ear a b:ok?*n link: But very soon the time *hall tell. The dear I*ird ordereth all thing* weli. ANNIE HENKY ? FOUNTAIN. In sad but loving remembrance of our dea;- ? and brother. LEON J. FOI'N TAIN, who departed this life ten year* a?" today. April 1M2. One by one life's ties are broker.. On** by one w*> receive the sad token. One by one we cross the Heavenly shore. Where we'll meet to part no more. MOTHER AND BROTHERS | GILROY. In *ad but loving remembrance of ' our dear mother. MART r.II.ROY. who died five years ago today. April Id. 1017 Anniversary mass at St. Stephen's t'himli Five sad years have parsed away: No more we we your face: But willing hands and loving heart* Keep green your renting place. BY HER LOVING CHILDREN * HAMMOli'D. Sacred to the memory of my dear husband. CHARLES HAMMOND, wh ? died one year ago. April Hi. 1021. No one knows, my love: But few have Keen me weep: I hhed my tears from an aching heart. While other*; are fast asleep. HIS LOVING WIFE LILI.IK ? MARSHALL. A tribute of love to the mem ory of our darling daughter and sister. GBR ALDYNE MARSHALL, who left u* or month ago today. March id. 1022. Asleep in Jesus. Messed sleep. HER DEVOTED PARENTS. BROTHER AM* SISTER. NEITZEY. In sad but loving remembrance "r husband and father. ACGC8TC8 NEITZEY . who departed this life fire vears ago toda^. April 10. 1017. Just a thought of sweet remembrance. Just a memory fond and true. Jnst a token of love'n devotion And a heartache still for you. Some may think you are forgotten. And the wound long since lx?en healed: But they little know the sorrow That lies within our hearts concealed. Though absent from us five long years. To us he is still as dear. The midnight stars shine on the grave Of one we loved but could not save. ? ROBEY. In loving memory of my dear mot , er. Mrs. GEORGIE E. ROBEY. who pass j away A;?ril Id. 1013. nine years ago toda.. "Blessed are they who die In the Lord." HER LOVING DAUGHTER HATTIE. ? SILLERS, lu loving memory of Dr. ROBERT F. SILI.ERS. who died one year ago today. April Id. 1021 ? THOMPSON. Sacred to the memory of m y dear mother. MARY K. THOMPSON. wh? departed this life ten years ago today, April Id. 1012. In my heart your memory lingers. Sweetly, tender, fond and true. There is not a day. dear moti er. That I do not think of you. HER LOVING SON CLARENCE * THOMPSON. In loving remembrance of n-..r dear mother. MARY E. THOMPSON, win* departed this life ten years ago today. Apu' 10. 1012. Today recalls a memory * Of a loved one laid to re*t. And those who remember he Are the ones who loved her l>e?t In my heart your memory ling'-i Loving. fond and true; There is not a day. dear mother. I do not think of you. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. HALF CENTURY UNDERTAKERS J 1244 WISCONSIN AVE. I***?71 PHONE WEST IQ4 JCMAPC>LS J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director and embalmer. Livery in connection. Conno dlon? chapel and modern crematorium. Moderate prices. 832 Pa. a re. n.w. TeL call M. 13S'. Timothy Hanlon ?41 H ST. X.E. Phone L. S343 Frank Gcicr's Sons Co. 1113 SEVENTH STREET N.W. j Modern Chapel. Telephone call. North r?2t y* o?w Oawlets a MOPTICIANS 17M-17? P?. in. .. Washington. D. C. Phones X. 5611-5513. ! JAMES T. RYAN *17 PA. AVE. S B. Uodtl Chapel. Llocola 111 Private Ambulances. Livery in Connection. 1 Established 1873. Telephone Col. 702S ! THE S. H. HINES CO.. 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