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DR. GARDNER DIES.
Lifelong: Resident of District Suc
cumbs to Heart Disease.
Dr. Joseph N. Gardner, sixty-three
years old, a lifelong resident of the
District, died at his home, 1010 10th
street northwest, Thursday of heart
disease, after an illness covering a
number of" months. Funeral services
were held at St. Patrick’s Catholic
Church. 10th and G streets north
west, Saturday. JMass was celebrated
by Mgr. E. .1. Wunder of Cumberland.
Md.. his brother-in-law. Assisting
him were Revs. Hurney ard Cart
wright of St. Patrick’s. The Elks con
ducted services at the home.
Dr. Gardner was born in this city
February 24, 1860, a son of the late
Dr. Jacob Brown Gardner, a sur
geon in the Union Army, and Rosa
Manning Gardner.
In 1888 he married Miss Julia Wun
der of Baltimore, who, together with
a son, Edward J. Gardner of Berwyn.
Md., survive him. 'He was a member
of the American Institute of Home
opathy and the Washington Chamber
of Commerce.
RITES FOR REV. J. J. FOX.
Impressive Funeral for Member of
Catholic U. Faculty.
Funeral services, with high requiem
mass and processional, for the Rev.
James J. Fox. D. D., a member of the
faculty of the Catholic University,
•who died Sunday night at the uni
versity following a stroke of apo
plexy, was held this morning from
the university church.
The funeral procession, made up of
members of the faculty and the stu- j
dent body, formed the cortege to the
church. The mass was celebrated
with Bishop T. J. Shahan offitficlating.
1 The sermon was by Rev. C. F. Aiken,
a member of the faculty. The pall
! bearers were personal friends of Dr.
Fox. u-lected from the student body.
I A large choir sang the music of the
! mass. Those officiating in the cele
| hratlon of the mass were: Assistant
i priest, the Hf. Rev. George A. Dough-
I erty, I). IX; deacon, the Rev. W. J.
| Kerby, Ph. J*.; subdeacon, the Rev.
jA. Daschalde. I>. D.; master of cere
i monies, the Rev, Metnrad C. Koester.
C. p. p. s. Following the mass the
body was taken to the Union statiop,
accompanied by H. Vincent Fox, a
brother of Dr. Fox, and sent to Cam
bridge, Mass., where the interment
will be made in Holy Rood cemetery.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses hare been issued to the
folh wing
William I.angler and Gleanore I>. Vincent.
John F. Collins and Anna Pallas, both of
Philadelphia. Pa,
Dabney H. Echols and Sadie A Quine, both
of i lif (on I’org*, \a.
Charles K. Keech of Altoona. Pa., and Jean
netti* H. etcher of Juniala. Pa.
Ila.vne P. Hoyden of Quautico, Vo . and
Amanda Vaughan of this cite.
» larenee \V. Cochran and t rances P. Kaiden
bach.
< olr M. Olson of New York city and Julia 1,.
I ohms of this city.
Benjamin M. Wicks and Bertha Manler
Charlie 1,. Plunkett of Pulaski, Vs. and
I ranc-a L. I.lgiit of I.ynehburg. Va
John L. Carney and la-la H. Pale
George Hilyer, jr, and Edith I ( hapin
William M, Lew in and Clara K. Dodson
Harry Met lain of TarlorriJle. HI., and Marie
Claston of this city.
Births Reported.
The following births have been reported
'o the health department in the last twentr
four hours:
Harmon and Mayltclie Burns. g. p l.
Daniel and Eva Redmond. girl
James A. and Edith Hlbbetls lmv
James 1 . and Louise M Mclnlrre. girl
El wood n. and Helen Ballinger, girl.
Mlurlci* J. and Johanna M. Cronin, girl
tiran T. and Mary atoorc, boy.
Frederick S. and Anna S. William*, ber
Leonard and Prances Avery, girl.
Johu P. and Eosie M. Pet-singer bor
Harry P. and Marlha Miller, girl. '
D-opoM V. and Bose It. Preidberg, girl.
Henry and I.uei!•• Iftnpic. fs>r
Johu and Maggie Jbdt, girl.
William srnl Ella Mason, girl,
pydney }’ amt Carrie P. Proctor girl
William and Alberta Utamca, bov
Edward and Vincy I , Itotvie. lloV.
J"hn P. and Virginia Pulaio v llov
Jamea and Marlon V. fOewart! boy.'"
MOURNING BLACK
Dyed Within 24 Hoar*
CARMACK DRV CLEANING CO.
24«» ISth St., to!. I gift
liapunt Circle. I'r. f>232
FOUND.
AIREDALE HOC,—tlwner can identify by
railing at PVM Eye et. s.e *og»
Ml FE— Brown striped: after meeting of Xg7
tlonal Cathedral Assoslatlon at 1525 H at., on
Monday, February 19; will owner please eal!
or send for same to above address? •
LOST.
AT'TO til/IVE, t>etween 14fh and ISTh. on D
and Treasury bldg. Please return to S. P.
Cannon. Main 6400. Br. 210. •
HAP—Silk, with beaded ends! Sunday afte?
noon. Owner’s name and address Inside.
Phone Alexandria 1246-. T. 27*
RI M, PEP. brindle, lag N(T 12f21, atraved
from 1734 Webster st, n.w.; baby’s pet. Re
ward. Phone Ailams_37B e
DIAMOND KlNG—lndy’s: filigree platinum
setting; Pennsylvania Pullman arriving Wash
ington 4:33. February 26. Reward, return to
c. 'V. Russell, 1746 Kay st. Phone Franklin
69-PI. •
Hut., white and black, setter, not broke'
*'pet’’: 8230 reward. Col. 3307. mli,3*
PAN, ostrich feather, ruse colored! lost SaG
urday night; liberal reward. Call Lincoln
3177 or 1.. 3316. Mr. H. Blum og.
HOUND—White, tan ears; female. February
2let. Reward. T. E. Marlow, 223 E at. n.e.
LAVALLIER — White gold, silver chain. Phone
APAMS 1333 Miss Perkins. 2h*
PEARLS. Saturday. h;3O p.m., on Mass, ave
between Kcott Circle ami 14th st.. or on 14tli
and Park car: sentiment worth more than
pearls: heartbroken. C. T,., 1515 Mass. ave. •
PEAK), NECKLACE, lost Friday evening. Ship
hert Garrick Theater, either in Heater or just
l outaido entrance; reward. 1730 New llamp
| shire ave Telephone North 239.
I T'OCKKTBOOK —Lady's black patent leather!
Sunday night in l-new’s Palace Theater, about
8:30. Reward. Phone N. 5105-W. •
POCKKTBOOK, blaek silk with steel buckle,
on Lincoln Park car from Cabin John arriving
at 14th ami H sta. about 5:80 Sun. eve.
Finder will please call North 7344-J. •
SETTER, red ami white, female; tag No. lf90!
Return to 1415 S. C. ave. s.e. Receive reward!
27*
STRING PEARL BEADS, bet. Isabelle apt*:
and E. Capitol st. car; deliver to Mr*. Hall
121 11th st. n.e. and get reward. •
WATCH—Gunmetal case, chain with small
articles attached. Reward. Return 2100 X
n.w. 27*
WATCH—Open face. Waltham, Tuesday monT
ing. 14th st. ear or transferring at N. Y. ave.
Reward. S. M. CTandell, 1339 14lh st. n.w.
Franklin 7877. >
WEDDING RING, initials C. F. M. to M. C.
G. Reward. Prop. New Willard barber shop
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MONUMENTS.
We specialize In designing and erect!
Ing memorials (monuments and mauso
leums) of quality and character.
We will gladly show you many beau
tiful specimens of our work In any of
the local cemetenies.
THE J. F. MANNING CO., INC.,
#l4 Fifteenth Street.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Miss E. F. G. Merritt, chairman of
finance committee, Phyllis Wheatley, Y.
W. C. A., will meet all captains to
morrow, 7:30 p.m., in cafeteria of the
building:, 901 Rhode Island avenue, in
relation to budget drive to begin
Thursday.
Wayne B. Wheeler wll address a
public meeting of the Mount Pleas
ant Branch. Woman’o Christian Tem
perance Union, tomorrow morning at
11 o’clock In the Savoy Theater.
'A meeting of the Institute of Gov
ernment will be held at the organi
zation’s headquarters. 1710 I street
northwest. Thursday afternoon at 4
o’clock. The meeting has been called
at the request of persons who at
tended the convention of the insti
tute last week at the New "Willard
Hotel.
Henry J. Moelilman, advertising
manager of the Baltimore Sun. will ad
dress the weekly Ad Club Dunchean, to
morrow at 12:30, at the City Club. The
Sun stood fourth high In classified line
age for 1922 In the country. Mr. Moehl
man’s subject is to be “Effective Uses
of the Classified Columns for the Bus-
I iness Man.” J. O. Martin, advertising
manager of the Chesapeake and Po
tomac Telephone Company, is in
charge. There Is to be keen rivalry
between the attendance of this lunch
eon and that of the following week
In charge of Harris & Ewing-
Senator-elect Royal S. Copeland of
New York. Samuel Gompers. presi
dent of the American Federation of
Dabor. and former Representative
Edward Keating of Colorado, at pres
ent managing editor of the weekly
newspaper Labor, will be the speak
ers at the meeting of the "Woman’s
Trade Union League of the District
of Columbia next Tuesday night at
S o’clock at Pythian Temple. 1012
9tli street.
lied Triangle Outing t lull will have
an anniversary hike tomorrow, start
ing from Connecticut avenue and
Military road at 7:30 p.m. Route:
Through Rock Creek Park to Mount
Pleasant car line.
Phil Sheridan Post, No. <l, Grand
Army of Republic, will meet Friday,
3 p.m.
Former Representative Clyde H.
Tavenner will speak tomorrow, 8
p.m., in Lisner Hall of George "Wash
ington University, under auspices of
the ’’Phillpplnenslan.” Subject: “Far
Eastern Questions as They Concern
the United States.” •
The annual men's supper at Im
manuel Baptist Church will be given
tomorrow, 6:30 p.m. Special speakers;
John Lake and Mr. Wong, both of
Canton. China.
Hr. and Mrs. Sidivrll have invita
tions out for a lecture to be given by
Leon If. Vincent. Friday. 2 p.m., at
Friends’ School. Tea at 3.
International Association of Special
ty Salesmen will meet Mondav, 8 p.m..
in Board of Trade rooms. Star build
ing- ,
Womens City (Tub. The French
section will have a dinner at 6 o'clock
and conversation circle at 7.
Washington Council. Knights of
Columbus, will meet, 8:15 o’clock, at
K. of C. Hall. Rev. John I Barret
of St. Patrick’s will give a talk on
“Church Topics.”
George Baldwin McCoy Unit. Amer
ican Women’s legion, will meet Fri
day. 10:30 a.nt., at Church of the
Covenant.
Mount Pleasant W. C. T. U. will
hold a neighborhood meeting aA-Savoy
Theater 14th and Columbia road, to
morrow. 11 a.m. Wayne H. Wheeler
will speak. Community singing, led
by William T. Pierson.
ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES.
Stuart Walcott Post. No, 10. Ameri
can legion, will meet, 8 o’clock, in
boardroom of District building. Rep
resentative James O’Connor of Louis
iana will speak of “The Disabled Vet
erans’ Rehabilitation Farm Loan Act.”
Annual banquet of men’s Bible class
of Eastern Presbyterian Church will
be held in Sunday school room, 6:30
o'clock. Rev. John C. Palmer /of
Washington Heights Presbyterian
Church, will be guest and principal
speaker. Music.
Inventors arc invited to a meeting
to be held. 7:30 o'clock, at Trinity
Community House. 3d street and In
diana avenue, for the purpose of or
ganizing and giving to Inventors tools
and a largo workroom to perfect their
ideas.
lowa. Circle Citizens’ Association
will meet. 8 o’clock, in Xorthminster
Lecture Hail. Hugh Kerr Fulton of
the circle will debate with Charles T.
Clayton of Columbia Heights Citizens’
Association: “Will the Right of Fran
chise Be an Advantage to the Dis
trict.” Public invited.
Costello Post, No. 1.7. American Le
gion. will meet at Park Savings Bank
building, 14th and Kenyon streets.
Program will feature singing, stage
dancing, the Montrose quartet and
guitar solos.
Society of American Bacteriologists
will meet. 8 o’clock, at Naval Medical
School. Program will be given by in
vestigators of Department of Agricul
ture. Dr, F. M. Scales. Dr. F. W. Tul
ley and Dr. F. V. Band.
Southeast Washington Citizens’ As
sociation will meet. 8 o’clock, in Tyler
School.
North Capitol and Eckington Citi
zens' Association will meet, S o’clock,
in Emery School.
Carle Whitehead of Denver will
give a free illustrated lecture, “High
Spots in the Colorado Rockies," at
Central Y. M. C. A.. 1736 G street.
The Progressive Education Associa
tion will meet at 1840 Kalorama road,
8 o'clock. Dr. L. J. Rourke of United
States Civil Service Commission wifi
speak of “Intelligence Tests: Their
Use and Misuse.” Free.
American Society for Steel Treating
will meet, 8 o’clock, in auditorium of
Department building. J. V. Emmons
of Cleveland will lecture on “Machin
abillty of Tool Steels."
Cooley-McCullough. No. 22. Ameri
can Legion, will meet. 8 o’clock, in
Board of Trade rooms, Star building.
Dinner dance at Unlveristy Club, 8
o’clock.
Solicitor General James M. Beck
will be pricnlpal speaker at the an
nual dinner of Mayflower Descend
ants at Franklin Square Hotel.
The Georgetown Civic Association
will meet in the Phillips School to
night, at 8 o’clock.
Miss Laura Waller, 1333 18th street,
will entertain the El-Mira College
Club in honor of Miss Alice Robert
son. Speeches, toasts and other fea
tures. All former students Invited.
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been reported to
the health department in the la*t twenty-four
hours; _
Robert Lavender, 70 years. Emergency Hos
p'sarah J. Albert, 82. 617 Maryland avenue
northeast.
William H. Speiaer, 69, 228 Bth street south
east.
Sarah J. Spence, 81. 708 B street southwest.
William A. Eaheart, 08. Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital.
Frank E. Edwards, 62. 1150 Connecticut ave
nue.
Alvin G. Eyer, 40, St. Eliiaheth’s Hospital.
Ruth A. Hollldge, 76, 410 P street north
west.
Moses B. Montgomery, 77. 906 Butternut
ttreet.
Beulah G. Van Biekler, 46. 4108 sth street.
Annie C. Swain, 72, Georgetown University
Hospital.
Margaret A. Bailey, 75. 1012 Wisconsin ave
nue.
George M. Chism, 72, St. Elisabeth s Hos
pital
Demetrius Koundauriotua, 5, Children’s Hos
pital.
Melvin Chesivolr, 6 months. Children's Hos
pital.
Bumiec Dishman. 23. 3216 Sherman avenue.
George W. Jones. 55, 1106 Browning street
northeast.
Annie Summerville. 60, Freedmen’s Hospital.
Percy Brown, 26, Gallinger Hospital.
Arthur Railey, 1, 221 8d street northeast.
Clarence Bostorongb. It) ■oaths, Children's
Bui glut.
Carbfi of QTfianl*.
CUMBERLAND, We wlah to extend our ain- 1
cere thanks and heartfelt appreciation to our
many relatives and friends for their kind
ness, sympathy and beautiful floral tributes
during the Illness and at the death of our
beloved wife and mother, Mrs. MARY A.
CUMBERLAND.
HER HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. •
FULLER, We wisli to extend our thanks and
sincere appreciation to our relatives and
friends for their kindness, sympathy V>d
beautiful floral tributes at the death of Our
beloved and only daughter, LORETTA.
MR. AND MRS. J. E. FULLER. •
JOHNSON. We wish to extend ouf sin'ere
thunks and hegrtfelt appreciation to our
many relatives and friends and fraternal or
ganiznth ns f t icir kindness, sympathy
and beautiful floral tributes-In’lug the tlloos
and death of our beloved wife and mother,
MRS. MAGGIE JOHNSON.
HER HUSK*MI ».ND CHILDREN. «
SPARROW, We wish to extend our alncere
thanks and appreciation to our relatives snd
friends for their kindness, sympathy and
beautiful floral tributes ot the death of our
beloved wife and mother, MATTIE %
SPARROW. THE FAMILY. 435 O BT. N.W, •
BURKE. Sunday. February 25. 1823. MAR
GARET A. BURKE, beloved sister-in-law ot
Charles 11. Davis. Funeral from her late
residence, 1806 33rd st. n.w.. Thursday,
March 1, at 8:30 a.m.. thence to Bt. Ste
phen’s Catholic Church, where mass will be
said at 8 o'clock. Interment at Mount Olivet
cemetery. 23*
CONOVER. Suddenly, Sunday. February 25,
1823, at Crafton, Pa , ALTHEA BERENICE
CONOVER. 28*
DANORIDGE. Departed this life Tuesday,
February 27. 1923, at 6:85 a.m., at her late
residence. (Ml Acker st. n.e., MARY
DANDUIDGE, widow of the late John H.
Duudrtdge and devoted mother of Char
lotte C. Jones, Josephine L. and Lieut. Eu
gene A. Dandridge and Cora L. Pryor. No
tice of funeral later. •
i DEVLIN. Tuesday, February 27, 1923, at 6:30
j a. in., at bis residence, llyattsvllle, Md.,
I EDWARD DEVLIN, beloved husband of Kate
I Devlin (nee Divine I. Funeral from his late
| residence, Thursday, March 1, at 2:30 p.tm
! Interment Congressional cemetery. Relatives
and friends Invited. 26*
, DUCKETT. February 20, 1923. MAZZINI.
| aged 71 years, sou of Hie late Dr. Thomas
S. Duckett and Margaret P. Durtiett Dice
Howard i. Funeral from the residence of the
old Duckett homestead. Forrest Hill. Md.,
Wednesday ai 2 p in. Relatives and friends
invited. - •
ENGLAND. Saturday. February 24, 1923, at
5 a.m., at New York city, after a lingering
illness, GEORGE J. ENGLAND. (Alexandria
papers please copy.)
GRAHAM. Tlie remains of JAMES W. GRAHAM,
beloved husband of Mice Graham (nee
French), who died January 31, 18211. will he
removed from the ' 'ml In Congressional
cemetery Thursday. 'reli 1, at 2:30 p.m.
Interment at Cedar Hill cemetery. •
HANNA. I'ebmtary 26. 1823, at 12:30 a.m..
ELIZABETH St. HANNA. Funeral services
Thursday, March 1. at 1 p.m.. In Birch’s
funeral parlors. 3034 M st. n.w. Relatives
and friends invited. •
HARPER, Suddenly. Monday, February *26.
1923. 3:45 a.m., JOSEPH F„ of 100* 11th
s*. n.w , beloved husband of Mary Harjier
(nee Carey) and beloved sou of Georgianna
Edwards. Funeral from his late residence
Wednesday, February 23, at 3 p.m. Kela
lives and friends invited. Interment at
Rock Greek cemetery.
Rest in peace. •
HOLLIOGE. February 25. 1923. a! 1 15 p m..
at her residence. 410 P st. n.w.. Mrs. HCTH
A HOLLIDGE, widow - of Jos. H. Ilollidge.
Funeral Wednesday, February 28. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. ‘Baltimore.
Pittsburgh and Stockton, Calif., papers
please copy.) 2<*
HOWES. February 26. 1923. MARY BEA
TRICE HOWES, infant daughter of Her
lert c. and Mary G. (nee Sykes), aged 17
months. Funeral from her parents’ resi
dence, 209 14th st. n.e., on Wednesday
February 28, at 2 p.m. Interment at Ml.
Olivet cemetery.
HULL-SHANSEY. Monday. Februarv D 6.
1923. at st. Catherine Hospital, Brooklyn.
N. 1.. MART, beloved wife of George F.
Shansey and devoted daughter of Harry
and Catherine Ueidy Hull. Notice of fu
ncral hereafter. •
IRVINE. Monday, February 26. 1923. at th*
residence of her daughter. Mrs. Robert L,
Russell, 1121 Fairmont st. n.w., LAURA,
widow of the late Alfred C. Irvine. Funeral
fropi the, above residence Wednesday, Feb
ruary 28, at 2:30 p.m. ’ •
JONES. Departed this life Monday, Februarv
26, 1923, at 5:05 pm., EUPHKANZIE F.‘,
beloved mother of Mrs, Mignon T. Jackson.
G. E. Jones. Mrs. Harriette Epps, William
H Jones, sister of Roberta Hamm. Clinton
F. Douglass, eight grandchildren. Relatives
and friends invited to attend funeral. Wed
nesday, February 28. at 1 p.m.. from the
New Bethel Baptist Church. 9th and S sts.
n.w. •
KEEM-BYRNES. Monday, February 26. 1923
at Washington Sanitarium, MARY K. KEIM
BYRNES. Funeral from residence of her
daughter, Mrs. J. T. Keech. 1615 D st. s.e..
at 9 a m.. Wednesday. February 28, thence
to St. Stephen’s Church, where mass will be
sung for repose of her soul Interment Mt.
Olivet. •
KELLER. Monday. February 26, 1923, at her
residence. Friendship Heights. Md., MARY
K. T. KELLER. Funeral services tprivate)
Wednesday. February 28. at 11 a.m,. at
the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901
14th st. n.w. Kindly omit flowers. (Hen
derson. Ky., |>apers please copy.) •
LANG. Suddenly. February 26. 1023 at 3 p.m..
FLORENCE LA VERNE, beloved daughter
of Elmer W. and Annie E. Lang inee Childs),
aged 3' 3 years. Funeral from her late resi
dence. 1217 C st. s.e., Wednesday. February
28. at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Congressional
cemetery.
MARTIN. Sunday. February 25. 1923. at 11:30
a.m.. at her residence. 3512 P st. n.w..
MARY MARTIN. Funeral will lie held
from Mt. Zion Church, 29tii st. and Dumbar
ton ave.. Wednesday. February 28, at 2:30
p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
O'DONNELL. Tuesday. February 27. 1923. Hi
her residence. EDITH MAY. aged 14 month',
licloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S.
O'Donnell of 820 K st. s.e. Funeral from
above address Wednesday. February 28. at
2 p.m. Interment in Congressional cemetery.
REPETTI. Monday. February 26. 1923. at 10
rm., ANTHONY REPETTI, beloved bus-
Iwind nf Mrs. M. E. Kepelti and father of
Mrs. E. M. Rouzee. Funeral from his resi
dence, 604 Alabama ave. s.e.. Thursday, at
2:30 p.m. Interment at Congressional i-eme
tery. 28*
SAFFELL. Tuesday, February 27. 1923. at her
resldenee. 1430 W st, u.w., GENEVIEVE E.,
belo-ed daughter of Jennie E. and the Iste
James L. Saffell. Funeral from tlie reaidence
of her sister. Mrs. F, P. Carr, 309 K st. n.w-.
Notice of time hereafter.
SCRIVENER. Monday. Februarv 26. 1923,
VIOLA E. SCRIVENER (nee Hicks), wife
of Wallace P. Scrivener. Funeral services
will lie held at Zurhorst’s funeral parlors.
301 East Capitol street. Wednesday, Feb
ruary 28, at 2:30 p.m. Interment (private)
at Congressional cemetery. 28*
BWAIN. Sunday, February 25. 1923, ANNIE
C. SWAIN, aged 72 years. She is survived
by one brother. J. C. rings ton; one son and
two daughters. Funeral services will be
held at Peek Memorial Chapel Wednesday.
February 28. 2:30 p.m. •
THOMAS. Departed this life in an automobile
accident. Sunday, February 25. 1923. JOHN
PAVMT’S THOMAS, the lieloved husband of
Bertie, loving father of Naomi, Roliert, Gil
bert, Blanche, Bertie. Theodore. Catherine
and William, the brother of Mrs. Eliza
Smith, Henry Thomas, Elsie Johnson, Laura
Kichwlne and Carrie Berryman- He leaves
to mourn their loss a host of otter relatives
and friends. Notice of funeral later. •
3to iflemoriam.
BERRY. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear father, JOHN B BERRY, who de
parted this life two years ago. February 27,
1921.
Each hour that comes to us anew.
With hitter sense of loss.
Oh. God, in mercy pity us.
Help us to bear our cross.
He has gone where the soul hath rest,
And the cares of life are done;
Where the ones who loved him best
Will meet him one by one.
HIS DEVOTED DAUGHTERS, HATTIE
AND BESSIE ODELLAB. •
BOWIE. In memory of our dear daughter,
sister and niece, WILLEANA, who died
three years ago today, February 27, 1920.
The loving Savior found her
Upon the mountain cold:
He threw His arms around her
And brought her to the fold.
MOTHER AND FATHER.
His love He freely gave her.
His precious blood applied;
He did it all to save her
And she is satisfied.
SISTER, IRENE ROBINSON.
He lingered near when other* seemed to fear
her:
With tenderness He took her and Willeana
is satisfied.
BROTHER. FRANK BOWIE.
She will never leave him,
Forget nor turn away:
She will trust and obey.
She’ll go where’er He leads.
Be ever at his side,
For she is satisfied.
AUNT, ADDIE MAHONEY. •
BURKE. In loving remembrance of my dear
wife, ANNETTE BIER, who departed this
life two years ago today, February 27, 1921.
In my heart your memory lingers.
Tenderly, fond and true.
There is rot a day. dear wife.
That 1 do not think of you.
HER LOVING HUSBAND, GEORGE A.
BURKE.
CARROLL. In loving remembrance of our
dear wife, mother and sister, CATHERINE
CARROLL, who departed this life ten years
ago today, February 27. 1913.
Loved in life and death remembered.
HER HUSBAND, CHILDREN AND SIS
TER. •
3n
CLARK. In loving remembrance •,f one
mother an>i grandmother. ELIZABETH
GASKIN'S t'EAIIK, who departed this life
on<; year ago today, February 27, UK!.
Dear is the grave where she is laid.
Sweet i« tiie memory that never will fade;
Part of our lives lie buried deep
l.’nder the sod where mother sleeps.
HER HUSBAND, DAUGHTERS AND
GRANDCHILDREN, THOMAS CLARK,
FANNIE 8. WATERS. SUSANNA HICKS.
ELMIRA WISEMAN AND GRAND
CHILDREN.
GARY. Id sad but loving remembrance of my
dearly beloved one, BENJAMIN GARY, who
entered into eternal rest eighteen montlia
ago today, August 27, 1921.
Every day brings t>ark sweet memories.
Every memory a tear.
Your willing ways and pleasant smiles.
Were a pleasure to recall;
Yon had a kind word for each
And died beloved by all.
MAYME. ELIZABETH AND GODCHILD
EDITH.
HIGGINS. In Sfld but loving r*-mrmbranc#» of
my late hmthaml. JOHN HIGGINS. who dio«l
eight years ago t<jday. February 27. 191.
There's a feeling eternity ran not dim.
An my thoughts drift back through the year?;
Though time and tide so swiftly glide,
1 miss him. yet I cannot hide
My grief and silent tears.
HIS WiFi:. LENA FIFE. •
KELLY. A sad tgut loving tribute to our dear
devoted mother/ LIT It ETIA MOTT KELLY,
who died one year ago today, in Philadel
pliia. February 27. 1922.
HER DAUGHTERS. *
LENNON. In mad but loving remembrance of
my dear husband. .TERSE U. LENNON, who
departed this lif»* one year ago today, Feb
ruary 27. 1922. '■*
Gone, but not forgotten
HIS WIFE. ADD IK LENNON; DAUGHTERS.
KATIE AND EVA. •
LENNON. In loving remembrance of our dear
father, JESSE 11. LENNON, who departed
thin life one year ago today, February 27.
1922.
Sad was the hour of that ynhappy day
When God called our dear father away
A loving father, so g«x><] and kind.
No friend on earth like him do We find
For ail of us lie did hi* best.
May God grant Min eternal rent
HIK SON UHAKITW AND DAUGHTER in
LAW. MARY LENNON.
LENNON. In sad but loving remembrance *f
my dear father. JESSE R. LENNON, who
entered into eternal rest one year ago today.
February 27, 1922.
In my heart your memory lingers.
Tenderly, fond /and true.
There is not a day. dear father.
That I do not think of you.
HIS LOVING DAUGHTER LILLIE WU
. SON-IN-LAW. MR. AND MRS. WILLIE
EURICO.
SOMERVILLE. In loving remembrance c,f my
devoted mother and grandmother, who de
parted this life one year ago, February 27.
1922.
Dear is the grave where she is laid;
Sweet is the memory that ne’er shall fad*-.
Part of my life lies buried deep.
Under the sod where mother sleeps.
We shall meet her some bright morn.
Resting by the waters fair:
She is waiting for our coining.
In the upper garden there.
HER DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. ANNIE.
MARTHA AND MAGGIE. AND GRAND
DAUGHTER. PAULINE LOCKE.
STAHL. In loving memory of my dear
mother. HENRIETTA STAHL, who departed
this life three years ago today, February
27. 192 b.
In that golden. sunnV region.
There will no throb of pain.
And the Jinks that here are broken
We shall find in heaven again.
LOVING DAUGHTER. EMMA •
TOWLES. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear son and brother JESSE J. TOWLES.
Mho departed this life three years ago today.
February 27. 1920.
If we could have seen him to the
And hHd bis* dying hand,
And heard the last sigh from his heart
We would not fee! so bad.
Oh. how sari was the summons
When word came lie was dead.
For he left u* bright and cheerful
And was brought back to us dead.
MOTHER. SISTERS,. BROTHER. •
TOWLES. In sad but loving remembrance >, r
my devoted husband. JESSE .T TOWLES,
who departed this 1 ifat three years ago :•»-
day. Friday. February 27, 1920.
I did not know the pain you bore.
I did not see you die;
I only know you went away
And never said good bye.
If I had seen yon at the last.
And held your dying hand.
And heard the last sigh' from your h* a» ’.
I would not feel t*o bad.
Sad and sudden was the call.
Three years ago today!
It’s sweet to know we’will meet again.
Where parting is no more.
God had claimed my darling husband.
Took the one I loved so dear.
To fill his place I want no other
God is my all and all.
HIS LOVING WIFE. EDNA L. TOWLES
Some ruay think we are not lonely
When at times they see us smile:
Little do they know our heartaches
That we suffer all the while.
And when the evening shades are falling
And we are sitting all “alone. *
To our hearts there cauies a longing.
If he only could come home.
HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN. HENRY.
GLADYS, AND DOROTHY TOWLES.
WALLACE. Sacred to the momorv of our dear
mother, KIJZAHI'.TH WALLAf'I". who do
parted this lire one year ago to,lav, Pel,
ruary 27, 1922.
Not dead to us. we love her Still;
Not lost, but gone before:
You live : witlt us in memory
And will forevermore.
HER CHILDREN.
WIKEL. HAYES. In loving remembrance ..f
our devoted mother. SARAH LUVEL WI
KKL, who left us five years ago Feb
ruary 26, 1918, and our dear sister, CARRIE
E. HAYES, who left us six years ago, Feb
ruary 6, 1017.
In our liome you are fondly remembered
Sweet thoughts still cling to your name
The hearts that loved you so dearly In life
Dove you in death just the same.
HEIt DEVOTED CHILDREN
From tliis world of pain and sorrow
To a land of i*eaee and blest;
God has taken our dear sister.
Where she has found eternal re-t.
HER LOVING SISTERS.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Quick. Dignified and Efficient Service.
W. W. Deal & Co.,
816 II ST. X.E. Lincoln 3464
Automobile Service. Chapel.
IB.&.lfyertrr Co.
UNDERTAKERS
1308 H STR.ELT.N.U
rORMt&LY 940 r ST.
lUmut W Spewt' *Vo« N XUillta. B. Speare
aw* 3- wicboi*
Joseph F. Birch's Sons
i AT St N W Established IS-ti.
1 3°34 01. iN.VV. j. hone W est 96.
! Automobile Service.
1 J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director and
I Embalmer. Livery In connection. Commr.d ous
chapel and modern crematorium. Moderate
prices. 332 Pa. are, n.w. Tel, call. M. 1385.
r^^*f(/LEMPTrsn:.„„.-y
i j UNDERTAKERS !
21AJ-P ! 1241 WISCONSIN AVE. "° IUW£
PHONE WESTAO4 OtAPOtS
IRI- <2 :
HERBERT B. NEVIUS
926 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. MAIN 2tjo«.
l’riTate Ambulance.
WE H. SARDO & CO.'
412 H at. n.e. Phone Lincoln 524.
Modern Chapel. Automobile Funerals.
VL. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor con
nected with the original W. R. Spear®
establishment. Q4A CSf M W
Phone Frank. 6626, A »3L I*l. W .
THOS. R. NALLEY & SONS.
181 ELEVENTH ST. B.E.
Undertakers. Embalmer*.
Homelike Funeral Parlors.
Phone Lincoln 480.
Frank Geier's Sons Co,
1118 SEVENTH BT. N.W. M»ii» OA.TI
Modem Chapel. Telephone.
GamCer* - -•—
ir IT ‘i
MORTICIANS
* l/31 nmjt mi
-Iyaauaiwp mmo.
Timothy Hanlon
641 H BT. N.E. Phone L. 6543
JAMES T. RYAN
817 PA. AVB. B.E.
Model Cbapel. Lincoln 142.
Private Ambulanren
Livery In Connection.
Established 1873. Telephone Col. 7028
THE S. H. HINES CO.,
W. R. F. HINES, Prop..
2901-2903 14th et. n w.
Private Ambulance.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Glide Bros* Co*, 1214 F St*
Prompt auto delivery aervlee.
Artlitlc—expressive—inexpensive.
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