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Modem Fireproof Warehouse With Railroad Spur 1st and "K" Streets N.E. Size 112x95; contains about 80,000 square feet floor space. Carrying capacity over 250 pounds to square foot. Two large electric elevators. Attractive price and terms. For full particulars apply to Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc. 738 15th Street N.W. Main 6830 WOMEN SILENT ON Few Who Comment Think Time Not Ripe for Sex to Seek Offices. i 4 | Special Dlapatrh to The Star. I BALTIMORE, July 15.?Women ' may talk and talk, but when it comes to getting them to discuss the candi | dacy of Mrs. Virginia 1'eters Purk hurst for the democratic nomination | to* Congress from the fifth congres MOURNINQ BLACK Dyed Within 24 Hjun 24tt? lKth St., Col. 03tt CARMACK DRY CLEANING CO. Uapo?? Clrele. Fr. ?SB Intentions count onlUj ?fee ,cporKsquite Ifdiliqenttu to r iC&rriJ ttiem Aout ? ? ? ji&COe intended ^ \ to become f&H W credit to M Pw our profession^ andujo h&ue done so clonal district, they italic and balk' and balk. Comment on the Park hurat candidacy is as bard to set as cheers for the Turk In Armenia. "I have nothing to say," is the most eh oountered paradox. Of course, there were a few excep tions to this rule. For instance, Miss Lavinla Engle, manager of the State League of Women Voters. Her ex ception was hardly a positive one. however. Sirs. .Parkhurst recently announced that she had tbe support of the league. Miss Bngle denies this. "We wish to make It tlear that the league never indorses a candidate," she said. "We look up cHndldates' records and furnish our members with thi'in. |>ut w<* iieiih?" intfo se nor dis credit. It was with great interest that we read of Mrs. Parkhurst's candidacy. And we will look up her record, just?as we do for all candi dates. Aside from that we have nvthing to say." "Nothing to say." was the answer 1 of Mrs. A. H. Shaw, secretary of the I U* -men's t'Uic I, aT'ie. v Mis' M-?i* Ktsteau. representative of Harford county In the state legislature, made about the same comment. Oppose Mothers' Pensions. "X hope she gets It if she wants It," she did add. "But I can't agree with one plank In her platform. I think ! FLOWERS FOR FUNERALS. Open t^very evening until 11:31 P.M. for your convenience. KRAMER Your Florist 916 F St. there should be compensation (or maiden ladies rather than for married ones, doq't you?" Mrs. Mortimer W. West, leader of the Fifteenth Ward Democratic Club, saved the day with a real statement on the Parkhurst candidacy. "I think it's too early for a woman to take a public office," she said. "Women need to lean more about politics. ,They will hurt themselves by rushing In before they know the ropes. And there are some things in . Mrs. Parkhurst's platform I do not agree with. I am a strong advo cate of personal liberty, and going on the dry platform Is not going to help the country. Also, 1 think the Idea of compensation for mothers Is a little impracticable. Regardless of her platform, how.ever, I do not fa vor a woman candidate at this time." "I am for anybody?man or woman ?who will help to remove the po litical disabilities of women," com mented Mrs. Theodore W. Forbes, when asked this morning what she thought of the announcement that Mrs. Parkhurst would run for Con gress. Mrs. Forbes, who is herself a democrat and an active member of the Just Government League, con tinued: "'All wom'n want to see mem bers of thetr own. sex in Congress, but we don't want a woman put there who does not represent us, or who is merely a catspaw for the men. "She idea of having a woman in Congress loses all meaning if she really doesn't represent women/ For that reason it is gratifying to hear of a woman who is willing to run on a political disabilities platform." Mrs. S. Johnson Poe, president of the C<ty-Wlde Democratic Women's Club, preferred not to express an opinion, pleading that she did not know Mrs. Parkhurst. Mrs. George M. Gaither and Miss Esteile Askey. both active members of the club, seemed 'o think that it was a little 'irematOre for women to be striving 'or an office so high as a seat in Congress. if Mrs. Pa-l-hurst has the confi dence of herself and of her friends. 1 rton't blame her for running," added Miss Askey. Mrs. Gaither was ready to 'admit that there was a "big field for women in politics." but she is no* so sure that women would serve their own and their fellow woman's Interests best by directly running for office at this time. "We are Just a bit too new in political life In Maryland, al though .v"Isb Risteau has made a good record. It is best for women to go down to the legislature In com - mittees and study the machinery be fore coming out for office them selves." Mra Flournoy was impressed by the candidate's statement that she is coming out for clean politics, and said that If more women took that stand, not necessarily as prospective officeholders, but merely as citizens who have the best interests of state and country at heart, things would be better than they are. FROM THE AVENUE AT NINTH A Message to Washington Men '"T"*WICE a year we clear our 1 entire stock of men's shirts. * In February and July. It is to this event this announcement refers. Too much emphasis cannot be laid to the fact that this sale covers our entire stock of P-B Shirts (Manhattan Shirts only are ex cepted), and that Not one shirt has been bought for this sale 0 Of equal importance is the further fact that all shirts, coming from our regular stock, are up to strict P-B specifications as to? / Workmanship V Fabrics Patterns and* Fit Coming just when men are get ting ready for their vacation, this sale offers substantial savings on* every type of shirt men want, whether it's plain white silk, a white collar attached madras, a genuine Anderson madras or a tuxedo shirt. Selections are prac tically limitless. All Neck Sizes and Sleeve Lengths Tomorrow we present one of the most, if not the most, important shirt sale of the year, and? We advise you to look into itl , The Avenue at Ninth WE WILL PLACE ON SALE TOMORROW Our Entire Stock of* 5,846 MEN'S SHIRTS at about White and Colored Shirts in the Follow ing Domestic and Imported Fabrics: Woven Madras, Russian Cords, Colored Silks, Plain White Silks, Silk Mixture's, White Oxfords and White Madras, collar attached, or with neckbands; White Corded Madras, White Silk Shirts with Pleated Bosom, Full Dress and Tuxedo Shirts. All at the > Following Reductions $2.00 2.50 $.00 4.00 5.00 7.00 12.00 P-B Shirts, P-B Shirts P-B Shirts P-B Shirts P-B Shirts P-B Shirts P-B Shirts Reduced to Reduced to (. w Reduced to Reduced to Reduced to Reduced to Reduced to $1.35 1.65 2.00 2.85 3.45 4.95 8.35 *Manhattan Shirts Excepted The Avenue at Ninth ? * ? t Furnishing Good$ Department Open at 8 AM. . *< - PUT TO REST Declines to Start Fight Earlier Despite Democratic Speech making. Special'Dispatch to The Star. HARRISBURG, Pa.. July 15.?Al though the democratic atate commit tee has arranged to open the state campaign during the coming week j and send spellbinders into the coun try districts throughout the remain-j der of the summer. G|flPord Pinchot has declined to change plans and | only following a vacation at Block Island will begin a series of speech making trips.' Mr. Pinchot will be, moving continuously from late Jn August, when he will speak at a re- J publican gathering in L*ehigh county. Both parties have been busy this [ week in laying the channels for the] gathering of campaign funds, and ganizations. such as the Anti-Saloon , national chairman, has started th^ i democratic fund of 575,000 with a | S1.000 check. The democrats in charge of financing will me?t here next week. ? wtI Selection of the various republican committees will follow within a few days and it Is expected some of tlie j long-delayed federal appointments will be announced. Agreements have been made in regard to most of tm important p.aces to be filled. A tempest has been created bv : letter from the democratic St.:tc Headquarters advising democrat!* j congressional and legislative candi dates to refrain Irom answering tionnaires sent them by state-wlae i organizations, the suggestion I that only such as came from cons-ii- | uents should be answered. The fctate League of Women Voters has taKen up the burden of replying and some i cart letters have been sent the demo cratlc chairman. Other 8talc"^r*?e1 ol' ! ganizations. such as the A*J.i-Saloon | League and various bodies commute j to specific legislation have apparently j l>een awaiting the result of the worn- , en's league reply. | LUMBERMEN'S FIGURES TO AID FEDERAL SERVICE j National Association Offers All Statistics for Use of Depart 1 9 ment of Commerce. With a view to co-operating with the Department of Commerce in Its I efforts to stabilize business, the Na I tional Lumber Manufacturers' Asso ciation has placed at the service of | the government the whole statistical organization of the body, it was an nounced yesterday at local headquar ters of the association. In a letter to the n*wlv established trade relations division of the de partment Wilson Compton. secretary of the association, has offered to the government all the trade information that the lumber manufacturers com pile for themselves. In this way the data will probably become public be fore Individual members of the asso ciation receive them. It is stated. It is th% conviction of the National Lumber Manufacturers' Association that if the Department of Commerce chooses to act favorably on its offer to complete atatisticai co-operation with the government, other industrial associations will follow suit, it is stated, with the result that It will be possible to present to the business world periodically an accurate current statistical picture of the commercial movement of the country. It '/hoped that auch information, wisely diffused, will help to avoid the excesses of in dustrial activity which are one of the great contributing causes to alternat ing periodical business depressions. MRS. S. A. BOSWELL DIES. Descendant of British Royalty Suc cumbs to Cerebral Hemorrhage. Mrs. Sallie Amelia Boswell. widow of Robert Stratton Boswell. who was well known lor many years in the Dis trict courts, and the granddaughter of Mai. Amon Woodward of this cityi and Maryland, died suddenly yester day morning at her apartment, at the Berkshire, on Chapin street. Her death was caused by cerebral hemor rhage. which developed"suddenly after her return from a shopping tour Fri day. It Is thought that a recent fall may have caused the hemorrhage. Sshe was in her sixty-sixth year. Mrs. Boswell was born in Califor nia when her father. Amon Wood ward. Jr., then in the Navy, was stationed there. Her mother before marriage was Ellia Chatten of Eng land. When a young child Mrs. Bos well moved to Washington, where she spent the greater part of her life. She was a direct descendant of Lady Ann Perrott of the royal family of ^lrvivlng her are three daughters, Mrs. Anna Exner Rush. Mrs. Frank Morrison and Miss Gretna Perrott Boswell; and a son. Robert Arthur Boswell. a patent attorney of this city. 'Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o clock at her late residence. Rev George F. Dudley will officiate. Interment will be in Glenwood cemetery. WILL RADIO TALK TO BOYS. F V. Thompson, superintendent of the Boys' Club of Washington, will deliver the Boys' Club message over WE AS. the Hecht Company radio sta tion. tomorrow at 3 p.m. Mr. Thompson will talk on the base ball game that will be played at the American League Park on Tuesday to raise funds for the Boys Club of Washington. SEBGEANT IS BETIBED. Master Sergt. John Finnegan. of the office of the chief of infantry. AVar Departmelnt, has been placed on the retired list and relieved from duty. *ororc> gPECtACLKfl. lgwirTt. Main SIM. * SPECTACLES?In de.k in Star new. office. Apply N. Lancaster. Star. _ * * LOST. nAk R5T .anphlre and diamond. Reward if "tumM to rfri. J. C. Ke.n. IBIS P.rk road. Phone Col. ?727. i? _ did pin"?on Friday, July 7. ?t or be "ween the Army and Navy Club the W?ah Itneton Hotel and Onion atation. diamond and ntattnum bar pin. $250 reward it returned fo Mr. Moselle WhTtford nrowa. 1785 Utf ?t. n.w. 1#"_ Hlfi. FOLD?bl?ck leather, containing money and cards, on Jolj 14. either at Interior De partment. 18th and F ?t?. n.w., of between .aid Department and 14th and G ats., or on LeDroit Park atreet car. Beward for return with contenta to owner, U. Slmpoon Garaea. 828 Bryant at. n.w. - BtUE ENVELOPE, cootalnlng papera sad canceled notea. Finder pleaae return to law ??" ntle. or <*11 Main 81B9. Mr. Terry. BRACEiJ?f^Bnjr,Ted G^.._ MUlaway Sherwood. Beward. North SMB. ffRIEF~CA8K?On Takoma Park car; owner a name on inatde. Betorn to 503 Pope bite, ?17 14th st. >.*. Beward. Telephone Cm. 7477. CAT?surer tabta. Ft. Myer Heights, Va Finder return to Iowa Pet Farm aad receive reward of $5. j hTrTPIIC* (atone martin), rlclnlty 14th and Decatnror 16th at. bua. Bewerd. PLone Line. 9440- , !_ PROMOTER'S CB08B?June 24. Please re turn 348 P-Q Md?- Goremmant Hotela. ? BIXG?Small diamond, set la fid. loat aome C. Beward. Phone Col. S1S8. 18? ?BeCTACLBB. (bell rirn. In Atlantic City caM, Tuesday, probably on F at. Reward. PhoM> Llacola 495?J. SUIT BOX. medlum-alsed, wrapped In brown nuer contstaini three allk dreaw?. waists, Stc in ledge at general ticket window. Union .tation. two *?e?s am; handjome reward of fered. Telephone Columbia 7B8S-W. ffifBft?XA-Black silk," .llrer ring hand*. B C. C. oa ead, name, addreaa Inaide. lit. pjeaaent, about Jaly 1; liberal reward. CI ere. Baatauraal BILLS, fcstyea Ht>_ St. sad BeUerae wBm&!*58"? NOIANA MAY LEAD Slight Chance Said to De pend on Biparitsan Leg islative Move. Special Dispatch to The Star. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., July 15.?Re ports that a nation-wide effort is on to repeal' the direct primary law in various states has led to a deal of speculation as to what may happen in Indiana when the legislature meets. One of the stories afloat is to the effect that there will be a better chance to repeal the law if the democrats control one branch of the legislature and the republicans control the other. The idea is that if both parties should have a hand in the repeal of the law both would suffer equally from any political re action that might be incurred. The election of Albert J. BeVeridge. republican nominee for United States senator, it is expected, would make for the safety of the law. Mr. Beveridge is one of the pioneers of the primary in fndiana. His political followers in the i egislature began the fight for the di rect primary nearly twenty years ago. Generally, it is believt-d that Gov. Mc- , Jray would sign a repeal bill. At the i ?Jine of' the last .egislative sesssion h?* j xpressed an opinion unfavorab ? to the j street primary, and u vigorous effort j Aas made to tepeal the law at th*t ' ime. Mr. Beveridge took the stump i ?11 behalf of the .aw, and many dt-lega- j .ions waited pn the legislature. There is no question but that the lirect primary, so far as political lead both parties go, is weaker in Indiana now than it was five years ago. Most political observers believe th'*re will be a better chance to repeal the aw in the coming legislature than there was in the last session, but nobody is j predicting to a certainty that it will be i epealed. Women Plan Meetings. At a conference a few days ago Miss Gertrude F. McHugh. secretary of the democratic state committee; Mrs. James Riggs, democratic na tional committeewoman for Indiana, and Mrs. Adelbert Flynn. vice chair nan of the state committee, arranged Tor meetings of democratic county j voman vice chairmen in every con ^ressional district In the state*. Mrs. itiggs and Mrs. Flynn will attend all if the meetings. Opinion is express- | ^d among the democrats that they J have the lead in an organization way ! with the woman voters, because the I republicans were slow in getting 1 women into important places in the state organization. Charles E. Cox of Indianapolis has been engaged by the democratic state f committee to represent U in injunc- j tion proceedings brought by R. C. j Brown of Bedford to prevent the i county chairmen of the third district i from naming a congressional candi date to fill the vacancy caused by the death of John W. Ewing of New Albany. Brown was defeated by Ew- I ing in the primary and asserts he is I the rightful nominee. The meeting J of the county chairmen which had ; been, set for last Monday has been I deferred until after hearing is had ! in the injunction case. It is not like ly that any step will be taken prior j to July 2ft, the return date set in the summons. The case is in the j Lawrence Circuit Court before Judge i James M. Cox, who issued the re straining order preventing action by the county chairmen. G. O. P. Committee Picked. It wan predicted this week that the | men to be named by Lawrence Lyons, republican state chairman, as mem bers of the executive committee of the ! state committee would be Bert Thur- j man. collector of internal revenue ] and formerly chairman of the third i district: John Owens of Noblesville. manager of the campaign of Senator Watson in 1920: Mayor Ora Davis of j Terre Haute. W. C. Bobbs of Indian apolis and Charles W. Miller of In dianapolis. Bobbs and Miller are known as partlculnrlv close friends of Mr. FScv eridge. while Thurman and Ow ens ! are generally counted as strong Wat- 1 son men. It was also reported that J the woman members of the e-r^ou- j tive committee would be Miss Helei j Benbridge of Terre Haute. Di I Amelia Keller of Indianapolis. Mrs. j Carina Warrington of Fort Wayne. : Mrs. Joseph B. Kealing of Indianapo- \ lis and Mrs. E. A. Gould of Peru. Dr. Keller was active in the cam- ; paign to nominate Lew Shank for ? mayor of Indianapolis and also was ; active for Beveridge in the recent j primary. Mrs. Kealine is the wife | of the republican national commit teeman from Indiana. COL LONGSTREET DEAD. | \ Went to Cheyenne, Wyo., From i Here Only Ten Days Ago. CHEYENNE. Wyo.. July 15?Lieut ! Col. James Longstreet. fifty-seven, or the 13th Cavalry, died of heart failure j here today while participating in a ' cavalry review. Lieut. Col. Longstreet came here from Washington, D. C., ten days ago. j ? Births Reported. The following births have been reported to j the District health office during the past j twenty-four hour*: ! Jeremiah ami Frieda ZiikofT. boy. Robert W. and Ethel M. Marti, girl. Leo A. and Anna M. Conway, girl. Ivan C. and I?aura M. McDsniel. girl. Theodore K. and Dorothy M. Glover, boy. Christopher J. and Edith M. San Fellipo, girl. Malcolm H. and Anna V. White, girl. Theodore and Mabel Mnrroptilns. boy. Joseph and Catherine Privateri, girl. Marshall and Lillie'Quade, girl. George and Mary Dann, girl. John I. and Eveline Starnes. boy. Frank U. end Constance Shultz. boy. John F. and Edna M. Loeffier. girl. William A. and Frances M. Lind, girl. Clarence L. and Rose L. Robey. boy. Haywood C. and Martha C. MrMullen, girl, j I Charles E. and Ida M. Lang ley. girl. Tully B. and Frances Smith, boy. Harry and Demetra Mandes. girl. Mark O. and Nina M. Smith, girl. Nathaniel and Mary E. Skinner, girl. William E. and Marie L. Jet^r. girl. I Rudolph and Daisy Wright, girl. - James and R::th Rayne, N.?. John and. Mary Ingram, girl. Deaths Reported. The following deaths anv~ been reported to th<? District health department office dur ing tV? past j twenty-four hours: Margaret A. Shoemaker, 72, 1204 Fla. ave. Joserti C. Murray. 76, 3809 O st. Mary V. Palmer. 84. 1416 16tl st. Ctarles Fitch, 87, C. S. Soldiers' Home Hospital. Emery C. Collins, 71, U. S. Soldiers' Home I Honpital. J Katie Dewey Cole, 68, 2852 Ontario road, i Edward Chun. 81, Home for the Aged, Blue ' Plains. CEMETERIES. ?RJRTTINCOEN The Park Cemetery KM.Beetarlaa Perpetual Care Beautiful and fitting .? location. Readily accessible?on electric car line. On Baltimore boule vard. at District line. Office: 70512th St.N.W. Frankllft 4745 . Write W lltmtrated Booklet FUHEBAL DESIGNS. GEO C SHAFFER ? EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS - Phone U. at MODERATE PRICES. 2416-17 IS. Gude Bros. Co*, 1214 F St. Pmapt aate dellrerj aerrte*. j , Arttatie?exprewlT*?tacxpeaalT*, Cart) of GTfjanfetf. "ft??1' M twoflfnl floral ttibat< ? rendered at Oif death of my ?ister. Mis* MAHIK BRYANT SISTER if MIT. IBirtfi. "if8.. R.?r"Mr M ?nd ?' H-nrr Lon* of V' , - Jw-. "nnounee tlie birth of their w~' " *iM iflarrieb. fttl?B-AFTEET June ao. 1B21'. at Halt! EVrS'.,,^:,! JIMCtTHY A. HIIX ?i?| wnfi.iu j ?<^AmUY b> Beatfis. * ?V JOK1E LOl'WE. l>elovcd daughter of John F. and Sarah Harms. <?f Broad littfnch road, ("lipvy i liaw, I) (V. d 2 y**ur* tnoutha. Notice of funeral hereafter. ? BCSWELL. Suddenly on Saturday. July 1">. HJ22. at her residence. th?? Bei>h:ie apart mentis, 1412 l'haplu htN n.w.. SALLIE A . iH'lovt-d wife of the late RoU-rt S IV* vell. Funeral nerv?ees will held i?t her late residence ou Monday. July 17. a! 2 l?.m. luterun-nt in Omgreaaioual eeniHery. BRESHEARS. departed 11.i?: life- Thur<dar. j July 13 1?22. at 12 no n CHARLES H HllESHEAllS, belovi d lin?i?:ui 1 of Maria Mreshe.irs. and brother of Lilian and Elf worth Kresh<'ars. Mr?. A. Ha rues and M? Elizabeth Alexander Remuin* ;it Wa-iiin ton & Nunly, undertaker*. 37 U st. n.w Funeral fnm Masonic Tempi**. nil rath *i" n.w.. Monday, at - p.iu. Friends and rela tives invited. ]tj* BRESHEARS. ThnrKday Jtilv 13. 19211. at ll':OI o'clok. CHARLES BRESHEARS I ti nera! Monday. July 17. a* 2:'U? oVI-M-k. fr..tn 1111 llltb st. n.w. Mfuilipr* of Trinity L'?d|jr?. \u. 7. ar< reoi;e>.'i'd t?? nrescn:. Trinity LoJtfe. No 7. A 1 an 1 A M . ?. R Symbol.c. order of It. W. M J L. ASH BY J. If JOIINSTUX. Secret-iry ? EHRLER. Entered :;;t. r t l r'day J?:Iv 14 1022. at S:4."i a m . DOROTHY l.III i.K::. daughter of Han] hm<I Ly i a J! r'.-r *? i-? ? - .-r of I/ih i, and Fri" !e E" r!er Funeral M ?.nl;iy at 2 P.in. ."C4 Hi J: *r. ??.??. 1 ntermert Cedar Hill ceuiereiy. 5ATLAGIIER I>f parted this lif< Wednesday. Ji'ly 12. HJ22. 2:1."? pin., at his ienidei??*e, ?ri37 5th H*. se . JOHN' A . l?eloved fills hand of Lovely R Gallagher. Funeral from Soldier*' Home at Hi 30 a.in ?>n Wed new* a v. Ju!y 10. If,* HAMILTON. Departed this life, suddenly, Thursday night. July 13. 11*22. at Catma'tv Hospital. W1NNIK HAMILTON, d.voted mother of E la K-ng and Lulu Hamilton Remains St< wart's parfor. II st n.e. Funeral Monday at 2 n'ciiM'k from En<*n Hi?p i tipt Church. (' st. Iietween *?th and ??. I Frienda and family invited j HAWKINS. Departed '-.r. ut>. Thurada July 13. 1?22. fct 11:3.". a.m. HANILL J HAWKINS. Me leaves to tno.irn tliejr loss j a host of relatives -and friends Ki:n?*rai I froni his late residence, 2r?3 3rd st. s w.. I Monday, July 1*7. at 11 a.m. Ileiatives and I friends invited li;? HODGES. Saturday. July 13. 1P22. at fi n.pi.. ANNE ELIZAIIETI!. u d..w of John i lltnlpt n. in her KMli year, at the home , h#?r daughter. Mrs Aimee H. Keller, the Cdumbia aparUm-nt. Notice of funeial hereafter. ? JOHNSON. Departed this life at his r den?e. 220G Cleveland place. J til v 14 H?22 at 10:20 am . BI KRELL JollNSuN hi - hand of Lucsia Johnson, lath-r of Ellen. Martin. Anna. Lester of New \ ork. late A' berta Hroun. S-ifcU Edmous??n and IMrliU Johnson: leather ?.f Lucy A Bin kner* Smith Johnwon and Re. Chartes F Johns m runeral from the N' nef.-enth St-e?t j; n- <t Church. Monday. July 17. at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends fnvited. 16 KING. Thursday. -Iu!? i:j. 1 ;?22. ?t M?.. lie ter. N Y. JOHN II. beh.VMl |,UKl.ai,d . f the late Annie E. K'as. Fiineral fr?:m residence of his son. 1229 H se, Moudiv. 2:30 pin Ke'ativcs and fr'ends in<*ifed Ii'terrient Con^r^sonal .? ???e'e:> ]<$? O'NEILL. Saturday. Julv *15 1f>22 at 2 30 a.m.. ELIZAHETI1 J . isdoved wife of t e late James O Neill. Funeral from her la'e res'den.e. I . n.e . Tuesday. July IS, at U a.m.. thene- t., s?. A..v,"us Church where reijuicm hi^h mass will i.e . elel.ratr^l Relatives and friend* invited. Interment at Mount Olivet cemetery 17* PAINE. Saturday. July 13. 1922. at 4 30 p.m.. at her residence 217 A s?. s e. LIZZIE ?BETH." ladoved wife ?.f Walter 1. I'aine. Notice of funeral hereafter. ? I riday. July 14. 1!CJ. at h?'r resi dence. 311 M st. n.w . M. A DELE TAIT. Mass at Immaculate Couceution Church Monday morning at 9 odock Infennent private, l'lease omit flowers ]?;? TERRELL. Departed th;? 1 fe Hursday. Julv 1". 1922. at 12.4U. Jtt i,P|- residence 114d Mil .1 n.e.. AMKI.IK TKJIUKl.I.. i|h- U hived sister of Winnie Itchne and Martha and Fenton Terrell. Funeral MmnMy e' 1 o chx-k from Mt. Jexieel Baptist Church. .?th and E ?ta *.e.. Rev .1. H Greene D. I).. pai?tor. Dearest sister. th??u htttt left us We thy loss most deeply f^t-i But 'ri? Gh| Jhat lia? in-refi j-... He <au all our sorrow heal. FAMILY 3n iHcmoriam. DAKIN. In sad hut loving reni?ml?ra:i<^ if my dear wife. CATHERINE li. DAKIV. who departed this lif.> four years ap*. Jul> 13. 1918. Btit sine? you no 1 jnger stay To cheer us with your love, We hoj?e to meet you some sweet dav In that zreat woild bIk>vc. BEWVED HI'S HAM) AND CHILDREN. ? HARDY. Sacreil to the memory of our d*??r daughter and sister. KI.N'oKA C. HAHDY. who departed th.s life four years ago tisiav. July 16. 191 s. Call not Iwck the dear departed. ? Anchored safe on heaven's bright shore; On the l?orderland we |. ft her. So?'u to meet, to part i,<> more. HER DEYOTKD MOTHER. ISABELL.K HARDY, SISTERS AND BROTHERS. ? LINGEBACH. Iu sad but loving rciuembram v of my dear husband. WALTER SCOTT LINGERACH. wh<? died four vcars api to day. July 16. 191S. Walter, dear, how I miss you. Forget you? No. I never will. Life is ob. so dark without you. More aud more each day I "miss vou. DEVOTED WIFE. MRS. JANE 'LINGE BACH. ? LUCAS. Sacred to the memory of our dear father. SOLOMON LI'CAS. who departed til s life nineteen years ago today. July Hi. 19*13. We are thankful for the beautiful mani festation of the love of our Master, in giving to us a father whose pleasure it was to shed sunlight and happiness along our pathway through all of our lives, and estab lished a strength within us to meet life'a every hour. HIS LOVING DAUGHTERS. MRS. MINNIE L. WRIGHT. LoI'ISE A HAW KINS AND LOTTIE TAYLOR. ? ? FUNERAL DLKECTOES WM. H.~SARDO 8c~CO 412 H ?t. n.e. Phone Lincoln 524. Moderr Cbapel. Automobile Funerals. V.L. SPBARE CO. 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