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THK •EVEXiya STAR, WASHTN’OTON. D. C.. THURSDAY, MARCH T. 1023.
CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION
COMMENDS MOBS
Action of Senator McKellar of Ten
nessee and thirty-one other senators
who attempted to restore the 5-cent
fare on the street railways of the
city w'as indorsed by the Rhode Is
land Avenue Citizens’ Association at
the Sherwood Presbyterian Church
last night. The association was di
vided, but the resolution to com
mend the senators was adopted.
Appointment of an additional Police
Court judge was urged by William S.
Torbert and approved by the associa
tion. Mr. Torbert said the docket
was clogged with cases of many
months’ standing. He added that the
two Judges sitting at present are not
adequate.
Purchase of an additional triangle
of land at the Rangdon School site.
Installation of electric lights for the
school and playground improvements
were recommended in a report of the
school committee submitted by It. 11.
Kllswopth and approved by the asso
ciation. A section of the report fa
voring appointment of the board of
education of the District of Columbia
by the President failed of passage.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Mr. and Mrs. Nlditell hate Int Ra
tions out for a lecture by Deon 11.
Vincent tomorrow at 2 o'clock,
Priends’ School. Subject: "I>r.
Johnson and the I .Horary Club.”
W. ID.-iirke Cwckran of Kew 1 ork
will address St. Paul's Council of
Catholic Men tomorrow. 8:30 p.m.,
in parish hall, 15th and V streets.
SubJeiT.; "education in a Democ
racy.”
Tlr. Frank Crane will lecture on
"The Four Great Delusions" March
6. 8 p.m , in Metropolitan M. IC.
Church. The lecture will be given
under the joint patronage of the
Men's Organized Bible classes, and
tlie School of education, Y. M. C. A.
Women's City Clubs Forum lunch
eon Saturday. Miss Hess M. Rowe,
field editor of The Farmer's Wife,
will speak on “Do You Want Your
Xlaughter to Marry a Farmer?"
Tech High School dramatic talent
will repeat its successful comedy,
“The Road to Yesterday” tomorrow
and Saturday night in Central High
School auditorium.
Washington Hebrew C ongregation:
"The Cantata of Ksther,” from Mas
senet, amt prepared by Dewls At
water, will be given tomorrow e.ve
alng. in celebration of the Feast of
'urim. Augmented choir. Services
will begin 8 p.m.
Voting Women’s Hebrew Ansoeln
lion: The Mother's day celebration
scheduled for this date has been post
poned indefinitely.
Two eomnnnlea of firemen respond
ed to a call received from the vi
cinity of Broad Branch and Rock
Creek Ford roads yesterday after
noon and extinguished a tire in the
automobile of W. H. Tipton. *558 F
street northeast. The machine was
damaged to the amount of SSOO.
The Woman's Interdenominational
Missionary Federation will meet to
morrow afternoon at Mount Vernon
Place M. K. Church South. Rev. John
Lake and Mrs. Lake of Canton, China,
will bo present.
Red Triangle Outing Club veil I have
a bowling party tomorrow. 8 p.m.. at
Market alleys. Georgia avenue and
Rock Creek road.
W. Graham Cole will address the
Washington Alumni Association of
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
•it luncheon tomorrow at University
Club. v
National Capital Post, No. 127. Vet
erans of Foreign Wars, will meet to
morrow evening at G. A. R. Hail.
Mrs. William Petrie will givr ex
position of Sunday school lesson to
morrow, 4:45 p.m., at Y. W. C. A., 1333
K street.
There will be a special meeting for
tnongbers at National Clubhouse of
American Association of University
Women, Saturday, 6:30 p.rn.
The Kl Cltth Cert antes, students' or
ganization of the Pan-American
Schools of Spanish, will give It' an
nual dance Saturday, 9 p.m., at Ebbitt
Hotel. Admission charged. Public in
vited.
Perry Foster will he the chief
speaker at the meeting of the Busi
ness Women’s Council tomorrow. 7:45
p.m., in lecture room of Church of the
Covenant.
Biological Society will meet Salnr
dav. 8 p.m.. at Cosmos Club. Four il
lustrated addresses by prominent sci
entists of the government service.
The Texas Society will give n
Texas Independence day entertain
ment at the New Willard Hotel to
morrow. 8:30 o'clock. Musfc. Dancing.
Admission fee.
mournFnu black
llyed Within 24 Hours
CARMACK DRY CLEANING CO.
24«» 18th St., Col. 63«
Dupont Circle, Fr. $33-
FOUND.
WATER SPANIEL, black, male. Washington
Animal Rennie league. 349 Maryland are, s tv
LOST.
BAIL silver mesh. National Theater Tuesday
night, fall Apt. 5(17, the Northumberland
a;tartnient. after 0 p.m. Reward. I•
BAO—tlrty velvet, beaded, on 7th at. wharf
ear Monday evening. 7:30. Reward. A. Wat
aon. 4*17 Eye at. n.w. 1* _
beads: black string, on February 18. Return
H. E. George. Washington Hotel: GS*
BREASTPIN —Cameo, Feb. 27. between 7tli
and K ata. n.e. and Providonee Hospital:
valued keepsake. Reward. Mary R. Dove.
721 K n.e. *
BULL TCP. brtndle. tag No. 12721. strayed
from 1734 Webster at. n.w.; baby's pet. Re
ward. Phone Adams 578.
CASH—Four new $lO bills between 612 fllli
and 828 H n.e. Please return Osborn's. 52*;
If n.e. __ *
COLLIE PIT. brown, female. 7 months old,
black face, white neek. Reward. IB Adams
st. n.w. *
COLLIE etffcPHERD-Male, blaek face, while
breast; name Chink. Adams 1974.
DOG, white and tdaek setter, female, not
brokn: pet: $250 rewan!. Col, 3307. 7"
DOG. white and blaek. setter; not broke
"pet”; $250 reward. Col. 3307. mli3*
DOG —Great Dane: female: answers name BeP
sle. Reward. 1214 f at. n.w. Jim Dean. ]•
FRATERNITY PIN. Nil Sigma Omirron: in
Dials. R. D. P.; triangular shape; set will,
pearls and small diamond in eeuter. Return
to Miss Irene Weeks, Room 229. Homer bldg
Reward - 2*
GLASSES, tortoise shell: case marked “Sime."
Return to Apt. 17, 933 N n.w. Reward. Plume
X. 5F63. *
KID GLOVE, right hand, lined Inside with
fleece; on February 28. in the neighborhood of
14th and Girard sts. n.w. Liberal reward to
Under. Adams 140. Apt. 1, 1332 Harvard n.w. 3*
FRATERNITY PlN—ljtmbda Sigma, on
Tuesday, at Woodward ft Lothrop's. Col.
8898-W. Reward. 2*
PACKAGE, containing new pair of baby shoes.
Return to 815 7th st. n.w. Columbia 5202-J. *
PEARLS —String graduated; Saturday or Sun
day. Finder kindly return 3025 0 at. n.w.
Reward. 2*
PlN—Creacent, ahaped. pearl and sapphire.
Tuesday evening at Eastern High School or
between I4th and Mass, s.e., B st. and gehool.
Reward If returned to Mra. Waddell, 1417
Maas, ave. a.e. , *_
POCKETBOOK, gray leather, in Woolworlh'a
10c store; receipts, railroad passes and money.
Reward. 21fl M'nn. ave.. Bennlng. D. C. 2*
t'MBBELLA, lady’s. In Palais Royal, Feb. 27:
striped handle, gray and white; L. Mi A. in
diamond-shaped monogram on upper part of
handle. Reward. V. 8. Armstrong. 8819 Keo
kuk at., Chevy Chase, D. C. Phone Cleveland
2629-J. 1*
WATCH— Lady's Elgin gold wrist watch.
Tuesday evening. Reward. A. R. Martin,
Room 810. Union station j •
WEDDING KINO. InttialT C. F. M. to JL T.
G. Reward. Prop. New Willard barber shop
WRIST WATCH, gold bracelet attached, 15th
st. n.e.. between Holy Comforter school and G
st. Rewjird. 640 15th st. n.e. *
$40 —Between 6th and H sta. n.e. and 812 6th
aU a.e. Reward if returned to above address.
ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES.
TONIGHT. *
Women’s City Club; Bible class. Dr.
Josephine Baird, leader, from 7 to 8 :30
o'clock. Special music.
Cathedral Heights Citizens’ Associa
tion will meet, 8 o’clock, St. Alban's
parish hall. Ladies Invited to take part.
ITof. Robert will give a
talk on music and lead the singing at
U Street Christian Church, southwest.
8 :lu o’clock, under auspices of Loyal
Women's Bible class. Pictures. Every
one invited.
Red Triangle Outing Club will cele
brate birthday anniversary with party
at 8 o'clock. V. M. C. A., 1736 G street.
Cosmopolitan Club will meet to nom
inate officers. Election, March 8.
Free tuition for beginners in French.
Washington Salon and United Arts
Society, 7:30 o'clock. 1 41 H street,
enrollment carrying witli it member
ship in the society.
Anthony League will meet at 1734 N
street, 7 ;30 o’clock, program at 8.
National Press Club Post, No. 20,
American Legion, will hold reception
for Alvin Owsley, commander, American
Legion, 8 o'clock, at National Press
Club.
Missouri Society will hold reception
for retiring members of the Missouri
delegation in Congress, 8 o’ch»ck, at
Hotel Roosevelt. Speeches, music and
dancing.
Equality-Walter Heed Post. No. 254,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet,
8 o'clock, in Pythian Temple. Obliga
tion of candidates and nomination of
delegates.
The Elks down Band will give a
performance at headquarters, 919 H
street, for benefit of a former promi
nent member; the proceeds to furnish
funds for a trip of recuperation.
The band of Washington No.
15, H. .P. 0.. Elks, will be beneficiary
at the play of "Buddies." at the Pres
ident Theater. Tickets procured
from members of the band.
Daughters of Isabella will give a
card party, 8 o’clock, at home of Mrs.
James Hartnett, 30 New York ave
nue.
A lecture hy Grifltn M. Lovelace of
life insurance. New York University,
will inaugurate the open meeting of
new Y. M. C. A. course in “Uife In
surance Underwriting,” 6 o’clock, at
Y. M. C. A. headquarters.
President’s Own Garrison. No. 104,
Army and Navy Union, will meet, 8
o'clock in G. A, U, Hall.
Tlie Maryland University Glee Club
will give a concert in Sunday School
House of Calvary Baptist Church, 8
o'clock, for the benefit of the Baptist
Home for Children. It will be re
pealed tomorrow.
The Social Workers' dub will give
a danee at -Mrs. Dyer's, 1517 R street.
9 o'clock.
Carbs of GTfmnfe*.
LAWSON. I wish to ox tend my sincere f banks
and liejirffclt appreciation to my relative*,
friends and fraternal organiz.itlons for th«*ir
kindues*, sympathy »nd beautiful floral trib
iit during the Illn<*s« and at the .bath of
my husband
MKS. FANNIE LAWSON.
SHIELDS. We wi*h to extend our Binrere
thank* to our many rein tire* and friends
for their kindn.***, aympathy and beauti
ful floral lr. during our recent be
reavement.
riIAISLUTTB A. SHIELDS AND FAM
11. V •
SKIDMORE. W r to extend our sincere
thank* and appreciation to our relative*,
friend*, the Masuria and «*ur minister for
their k linin'***, sympathy and floral tribute*
at the death of our bHoved brother and
uncle. GEoitr.E W. SKlDMultlL
THE FAMILY. 1*
isl arn ages.
COE—BEALL. ALLAN • OK, »,f th<* I*ev
SAKA K. lILALL, daughter
of I . H. H«*all of Baltimore, were married
September V 2. IRLI*. and will make their
home in Washington.
FLETCHER—WOLF. In !«•■« Angele*. t alif
niESTKU ALLFN FLinVHLH of San An’
tom... Tex., to MILDKFD ESTHER WOLF
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wolf of
Washington. D. r.. on February U 2, J 923. •
Bcatfjs.
CAMPBELL. Wednesday. February 28 1923.
»' v*-' r-m- S ALEXANDER CAMP
KLLL. l ip loved husband of tlie late Katie
Ualnpliell and deleted father of Mra.
Sadie I'. Keppard of Chicago. ill., and Mra.
•Tosue C. Dedeans. Funeral front McGuire’s
funeral home. Uth and Westminster sts.,
Saturday. March 3, at to a.tn. 2
CLIFFORD-WOOD. Wednesday, Fehmarv 28.
1923. at 12:3(1 am., EMMA E. CLIFFORD]
widow of the late Wililam G riiitord. at
Hi.- residence of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret
Day. Gieshoro Point Funeral Friday.
March 2. from the residence of her daughter
at 2 p.m Relatives amt friends invited to
attend. Interment Congressional cemetery.
COCKRAN. Suddenly, Thursday morning
Man-!, 1. T 923, \V. BOUKKE COCHRAN. hi
the (Itttli year of his age. Notice of funeral
hereafter.
DANDRIDGE. Departed tills life Tuesdav
j February 27, 1923. at 8:33 am., at her res’i
deuce, 641 Acker st. n.e.. MARY DAN
DRIDGE, widow of tlie late John It Dan
dridge and devoted mother of Charlotte C
I Jones. Josephine 1., and Lieut. Eugene A
Daiidridge and Cora L. Pryor. Funeral from
tlie Vermont Avenue Baptist Church. Friday
March 2. 1 :30 p m., Itev. James E. Willis
officiating. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment at Harmony cemetery. i«
PANDRIDGE. All members of Mount Horeb
3 cut. No. 235, of J. R. G. and .1. IT. are
hereby notified to attend the funeral of
Sister MARA DANDRIDGE, from Vermont
Avenue Raptist Church, Vermont ave be
tween Q and It sts.. Friday. March 2,
at 1 o’clock sharp. We most cordially in
vite our sister tents to come out with us.
Members meet itj basement of church at
12:30 sharp. Done by order
LOUISE REED. Trader,
MARY CARR. S. M.
GLADYS PORTER. Roc. Sect. •
DENTTNGER. Departed this life Wcdnesdav
February 28. 1923, in her 95th year, WIL
HELMI.NA. is-loved wife of tlie late Joseph
Dentinger and mother of Charles .1. Den ling
er ami Mrs. Mamie Kendig. Funeral serv
ices al Deal's undertaking parlor, Friday.
March 2. al 3:30 p.m. •'
DOUGLAS. Departed this life Monday. Feb
ruary 28. 1923. al 7:30 am., DAVID, tile
beloved son of Martha and George and de
voted brother of Maria Toliver. Funeral from
the resilience of his mother. 324 3rd st.
s.w., Friday. March 2, at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited.
In that golden, sunny region
There will Is- no throb of pain.
And the links that here are brokiyi
We shall find in heaven again.'
FAMILY. 1 •
EDWARDS. Wednesday, February 28. 1923,
al 3:40 am., al his residence, 1500 10th st.
n.w.. STEPHEN EDWARDS. He leaves to
mourn their loss a la-loved wife, a loving
mother, six sisters and three brothers. Fu
neral Sunday. March 4. at 1:30 p.m.. from
the above residence. Relatives and friends
invited.
FAVIEE, At the res-dence of her niece, Mrs.
E. M. Marc, 113 Clifton Terrace West, at
1:10 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. THERESA FAVIER.
aged -S3. Requiem mass at Sacred Heart
Catholic Church Friday. March 2, at 9 a m.
Relatives and friends invited.
FOGLE. Tuesday, February 27, 1923, at her
residence. 211 K it. n.e., MART A., beloved
wife of Guv R. Pocle, and daughter of
Charles A. and Isabelle Coltiere. Remains
at residence of her parents, 333 K st. n.e.
Funeral front the residence of her parents.
333 K st. n.e., Friday, March 2, at 8:30
a.m.. fhhnce to St. Aloysios Church, where
mass will he said at 9 am. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment at Mount Olivet. 1
HEIM. On Wednesday, February 58, 1923, at
lier residence. 1129 6th st. n.e.. MARY
THERESA, beloved wife of Frederick Hen
ry Heim. Funeral services will he held at
her late residence on Saturday. March 3. at
2 p.m. Interment at Prospect Hill. 2
HUNT. Suddenly, Tuesday. February 27,
1923, at 11:30 p.m., EMILY E. HPNT. Fu
neral from her late lesidencp. 1325 Mass,
ave. s.e., Friday, March 2. at 3 p.m. 1*
HUNT. The members of the Society of Na
tives of the District of Columbia are with
sincere regret Informed of tlie sudden death,
fehriiary 27, 1923. of EMILY E. HUNT, an
esteemed member of this society. Funeral
services will be held at her late residence.
1325 Mass. ave. s.e.. Friday, March 2. at 3
p in. - JESSE C. SI'TER. President.
Attest: EMMA A. BRIGHT,
Recording Secretary.
HYSON. Suddenly, February 26. 1923, at
10:30 pm., at hla residence, 1644 3rd at.
n.w.. GEORGE HYSON, beloved husband of
Estelle X- Hyson (nee Hansbrough), devoted
father of Katherine. Violet and Mae Hvson
and son of John Hyson, sr.. and the ‘late
Anna Hyson, and brother of Lottie and John
Hyson, jr. Notice of funeral hereafter. •
JENKINS. Tuesday. February 27. 1923, al
7:30 p.m., at her residence, 2538 6th st.
n.w.. ELIZA JENKINS, loving mother of
Charles Jenkins and beloved sister of Marv
Brown. Miltio Green. James Jenkins and
Daniel Jenkins. Notice of funeral here
after. •
JONEB. Wednesday, February 28, 1923. at
his residence. 13.39 14th st. n.w.. THOMAS
R., beloved husband of Rosalie Kane Jones.
Funeral Services Friday morning, March 2,
at Gawler’a chapel, 1730 Pa. ave. n.w., at
0 a.m. Interment ML-Olivet cemetery.
Heatft*.
MAGEE. Wednesday. February 28, 1823. at
It*T residence, 738 13th at. a.e., ISABELLE
W., beloved wife of Thomaa P. Magee.
Funeral from the chapel of Frank Oeler's
Bod* Co., IXI3 7tb at. n.w., on Saturday,
March 3. at 8:15 a.m. Kequlem main at
St. Peter’a Church at 9:45 o'clock. Rela
tive* and frlenda invited. Interment Mount
Olivet cemetery. 2»
HARKS. Thursday, March I. 1923, at her
residence, 638 A at. n.e., LOL’ISA LYNN,
daughter of the late Charles R. and Jane
W. Marks and slater of William Samuel
Marks. Mass at St. Joseph's Church, 2nd
and O sis. n.e., Saturday. March 3, at 9
a.m. fnterment at Mount Olivet ceme
tery. - 2*
MEREDITH, Wednesday, February 28, 1023.
at Providence Hospital, HENRY L. MERE
DITH, the only brother of Ida V. Hays.
Funeral services at St. Peter's Church Sat
urday. March 3, at 0 a.m. Friends and
relatives Invited to attend. •
MONTGOMERY. The funeral wrrfcen of
MOsSES 15. MONTGOMERY, who died Mon
day, February 2«. 1923. will be held at
hIH late r«‘Hid«*iK'e, OOd Hutternut at. n.w.,
Sunday, 2 p.m. Interment at Darnegtown
cemetery, 3:30 p.m. Relative* and friends*
Invited to attend. • !•
MORAN. Wednesday, February 28. 1923. at
9:23’'p.m., at the residence of bin pareotM,
514 13th st. n.e., RODNEY JOSEPH, be
loved non of Wiltghire and George E. Moran,
aged 21 months. Notice of funeral here
after.
MURPHY. Tuesday, February 28, 1923, at
the John Dickson Home, SAMUEL* W.
AH KPHY, M. D. Body is resting at the
chapel of John It. Wright Co., 1337 10th
at. n.w. Interment Friday morning at
Wilmington, Del. •
NELSON. Wednesday, February 28, 1923, at
8:20 p.m., at the residence of her sister,
Grace K. Reed, 4205 18th at. n.w.,
BLANCHE G. NELSON, daughter of the
laf«* Boliert D. and Mary E. Nelson. Serv
jees at F. H. Hines Co. funeral home,
21*01 14th st. n.w. Notice of aame later.
Please omit flowers.
OLIVER, tin February 28. 1923. at 1:30 p.m.,
at his home, Franklin Park, Va.. EDWARD
EVERETT OLIVER, beloved hcslmnd of
Marietta Reid Oliver. Funeral services at
Bethel Church, Fairfax county, Va., Satur
day, •» p.m. >2*
®AY. Suddenly, at the Continental Hotel,
Washington, D. (*., Wednesday, February
JH 1923. at 10:15 p.m., MARY E. RAY.
wife of the late Thomas J. Ray and be
loved mother of Jeannette R. Mattingly of
New York city. Funeral from the chn|**l of
rhoinus s. Sergeon, 1011 7th st. n.w.. on
Saturday, March 3, at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Interment at
Congressional cemetery. 2*
. ? larch !• U«3. at 1:30 a.m., J.
EDWARD, Ixdoved husband of Florence
Hayes Roach, at his residence. 3308 10th
at. n.e., Hrookland. Funeral from St. An
thony’s Church on Saturday. March. 3. at
10 a.m. o
ROBINSON. Departed this life on Tuesday,
February 27, 1923, at the residence of his
aunt, 1122 19th st. n.w.. PERCY ROBIN
SON. Jr.. He leaves a mother, father, two
sisters and one brother and a host of rela
tives and friends to mourn their loss. Fu
neral Friday from residence, at 2 p.m. •
SAFFELL. Tuesday, February 27. 1923, at her
residence, 1430 W st. n.w., GENEVIEVE E..
beloved daughter of Jennie E. and the late
J:tineg L. Saffelf. Funeral from the residence
of her sister. Mrs. F. P. Carr. 309 U at. n.w..
J riday, March 2, at 8:30 a.m., thence to St.
P;iill’s Catholic Church, where mass will be
said at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet
cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 1
SAFFELL. Members of the Immaculate
Conception Alumni are requested to attend
the funeral of GENEVIEVE E. SAFFELL,
Friday, March 2, 1923. Funeral from the
residence of her slater, Mrs. F. P. Carr. 309
If a * 8:30 a.m.. thence to St.
rani’s * atholic Church, where mass will be
said at 9 a.m. Hv order of
MISS HELEN FITZPATRICK. Sec. 1
SMITH. Departed thin life Tuesday, Febm
ary L*. 1923. at 7 a.m., at her regi
ilenee. 9IBU Ist at. a.w.. MARY A. SMITH,
devoted daughter of Richard Chase. She
leaves to mourn their loss three song, Ed
ward, Huliert and Charles; three sisters,
Mrs. Annie Colbert. Mrs. Lucy Short, Miss
Mildred Chase, and three brothers, William.
Andrew and Leon; a grandmother, one aunt,
one sister-in-law and two brothers-in-law.
relatives and friends Funeral from John
Stewart M. K. Church. G st. between 3rd
and 4U sta. a.w . Friday. March 2. at 1
p.m. •
STANCE. Wedneadar. February 28, 1923 at
7 p.m.. FREDERICK G. STANGE. beloved
husband of Mary Stange. Funeral from his
late residence, 18X0 Ist st. n.w.. thenee to
Si. Martin's Church, North Capitol and T
sts.. Saturday. March 3, at 9:30 a.m. Inter
ment at Mount Olivet. 2*
SWAIN. Monday, February 26. 1923. at 9:30
a.m., HARRIETTS R,, the beloved baby of
J. H. and Mary A. Swain. 1827 Good Hope
id. s.e. Interment was at Cedar Hill ceme
tery.
WHEEL I. EH. Tuesday evening. February 27,
1923, at her apartment in the Ethelhurst.
l.dh and I, gts. n.w.. MARY A., lieloved
wife of John W. Wheeller. Funeral serv
ice at Gawler's chapel. 1730 I'ennsvl
vania ave. n.w. st II a.m Friday. March
-*• 1 riends invited to attend. Interment
Arlington national cemetery. 1
Jn iHemortam,
BASTIN. Saered to the memory of our be
loved mother, Irene Bastin, wtio departed
this life Jive years ago today, Marcb J,
1918.
The memory of our sweet mother, dear.
Day by day and year by year.
Lingers with ua, and we cannot refrain
Prom longing and praying to see her again
HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. •
BROWN. Sacred to the tnernorv of our dar
ling mot her. Mrs. LILLIE V. BROWN, who
entered into eternal rest one year ago todav
March I, 1922.
Gone, but will never he forgotten
HER I/)NELY CHILDREN.
BROWN. In loving rcmemhranc.o of onr de
voted sister, LILLIE V. KROWV, who de-
this life one year ago today. March
They say she is dead, but she Isn't.
Too bright to remain here letow.
Her Heavenly Fa lifer called her.
And Lillie had to go.
Was she ready? Yea. ready and waiting;
Iter obedience was simple and sweet.
I>»ng ago she matte her confession
And followed her Savior complete.
So, mother, don't grieve at her going
She's free from this world and Its care;
Say to God. "Thy wilt. Ix.rd. be done."
Though we held hep a Jewel so rare.
Then weep nevermore for her leaving
The Father who gave her knew Itesf.
Just wait in sweet patience His summon*
To the mansion he’ll give vou for rest.
HER DEVOTED SISTER. BESSIE A
RICH AND BROTHER. HANSIE TINS
LEY. •
BURKE. Stored to the memory of onr dear
parents, father, JAMES H. BURKE, who
died nine years and seven months ago. Au
gust 3, 1913. and mother, ELIZABETH
BURKE, who died nine years ago today.
March I, 1914. Anniversary ma*s at St.
Augustine's Church today at 8 o'clock.
Some may think we are not lonely.
When at times they see us smile;
Little do they know the heartache
That we suffer all the while.
THEIR CHILDREN. •
BURLEY. In loving remembrance of WAL
TER I-. BI'RLEY. who died four years ago
today. March 1. 1919.
A DEAR FRIEND. •
COLLINS. In sad and loving remembrance of
WILLIAM A. COLLINS, who died January
14. 189,-., and his wife. ANNE P. COLLINS,
who died March 1, 1920.
They have won a crown of patience
Through the years they struggled on.
Thoae hands that rest forever
Are the hands that made the home.
Day by day we grow more lonesome,
Itonesonie as the momenta fly.
Often we find ourselves wondering
Wondering why did our parents die.
Every day brings beck sweet memories.
Every memory brings a tear.
Deep within our hearts we cherish
Thoughts of those we loved so dear.
Today recalls the memory
Os our loved ones laid at rest.
And those who still remember them
Are the ones that loved them best.
THEIR I JIVING SONS. DAUGHTER, SON
IN LAW. DAUGHTER IN-LAW AND
GRANDCHILDREN. •
DYSON. In loving memory of my dear friend,
SAM DYSON,* who departed this life one
year ago today. March 1, 1922.
Dear is the grave where he is laid.
Sweet Is the memory that ne'er shall fade;
Part of my life is buried deep
Under the sod. where he sleeps.
I shall meet him some bright day.
Resting by the waters fair:
He is waiting for my coming.
In the upper garden there.
lIIS DEVOTED FRIEND, BEATRICE POR
TER. •
FITZGERALD. In loving memory of our
.brother, who died four years ago today,
March 1, 1919. Anniversary masses at St.
Aloyslus and St. Patrick's.
May the heavenly winds blow softly
O'er that sweet and hallowed spot.
’Mid the changing scenes of life
You will never be forgot.
HIS SISTERS. •
GREENE. In sad and loving remembrance of
our dear mother. MEEKY ELLEN GREENE,
who departed this life three years ago to
day.
Today recalls sad memories
Os • loved one gone to rest,
And those who still remember her
Are the ones who loved her beat.
Sleep on, dear mother, your labor Is o'er.
Your loving hands shall toll no more.
A faithful mother, both true and kind;
A better mother we ennld not find.
HER LOVING DAUGHTER, ELSIE I.
BAILEY. *
GREENE. Sacred to the memory of onr dear
wife and mother. MEEKY E. GREENE, who
departed this life three years ago today,
March 1, 1920.
Mother now la sleeping.
No care Is on her brow;
Oh. blame us not for weeping,
For we have no mother now.
HER DAUGHTER GRACE.
We shall meet her some bright morn.
Resting by the waters fair;
She is waiting for our coming
In the upper garden there.
HER SON FRED.
She has gone where the soul hath rest,
And the cares of life are done:
Where th* ones that loved her beat
Will meet her. one by one.
HER HUSBAND. HENRY GREENE. •
3to 4Hemonam.
TEMPS. In tad but loving remembrance of
our darling. HERBERT G. TEMPS, who
departed this life three years ago today.
March 1, 1920.
Thou art not forgotten, Herbie, dear.
Or never wilt thou be;
*®JL ■■ long aa life and memory last
We thall always think of thee.
BROTHER AND MOTHER. •
JO T’ - lB ,ad memory of my beloved son.
OTTvt K. JOY', who departed this life one
year ago today, March 1. 1922.
HIS LONELY MOTHER. •
KINS LOW. Sacred to the memory of mv
husband. HARVEY C. KINHLOW. who en
i* r i9l9 n, ° re,t *° Ur Jear * **° to< l a F' March
Relentless death among us comes
And bitter grief ImpurlK.
It takes our loved ones from our homes
But never from onr hearts.
HIS WIFE. •
LANGBEIN. In loving remembrance of our
dear brother, GEORGE A. LANGBEIN. Jr.
who died go anddenly three years ago to
day. March 1. 1920.
i In our hearts your memory lingers.
Sweetly, tender, fond and true;
iliorp ix not u day, d»*ar Gporjjp,
That we do not think of you.
SISTERS AND BROTHER •
LANGBEIN. In loving memory of our dear
o r i-.x-‘ r . and "“cle. GEORGE A. LANG
March i r "vr-o° dJed three ,ear Ba g" todaT >
UD . hl,t not forgotten.
&MMUIM 1 - *'■ J ' NESI - INE
j; sua:
March 'l ms ll,e “ Ve yeara “ ,da '
No one knows the silent heartache:
ft . those who have lost can tell
Os the grief that is borne In silence.
Os our dear sister we loved well
SISTERS AND BROTHERS. •
MILLS. In loving remembrance of onr wife
and mother. FLORENCE 1,. MILLS (nee
Dawson). who departed this life five vears
ago today, March *l, 1918.
Every day brings back sweet memories.
Every memory brings a tear
Deep within our hearts we cherish
thoughts of one we loved so dear
HUSBAND AND SON. •
ODEN, In sad but loving remembrance of
our dearly tieloved mother, MINNIE ODEV
March < ‘! ,ar tp-. 1 -. ,h ' S life on “ •> Par "S' l today]
HER JX>V?NC. CHILDREN, CHARLES
ODEN AND ANNIE GREEN. •
ROSS. In remembrance of onr dear wife and
mother. ELSIE Ross, who departed this
life February 28. 1921.
Just e tine of swept remembrance.
Just a memory fond and true
Just a token of love's devotion'
That our hearts still Hold for you
Never shall I cease to love you.
Never shall your memory fade;
Sweetest thoughts forever linger
Around the grave where vou are laid
Dl ;. v, ’ T,;u husband and son, .tames
KOSB. •
SAUL. In loving remembrance of our wife
.and mother. ELLA F. SAUL, who departed
1914 nim ‘ i,-arH ag " t'slay, March 1.
In God's home of fadeless beauty
She is now a shining star.
Dwelling in the holy city
With tie golden gates ajar.
HER HUSBAND AND CHILDREN •
SCOTT. A tribute of love and devotion to
tlie memory of my beloved husband and onr
devoted father. THOMAS S. SCofT who
departed this life eight years ago fodtiv
March 1. 191.',. *
Some may think we are not lonelr
when at times the; see n- smile;
know ill** li*>arta<‘li***
That we suffer all the while.
Every day brings back sweet memories
( Every memory brings back tears
Deep within our hearts we cherish
Thoughts of one we hue so dear.
I Sw-eet remembrance of a husband and father
j Now laid to rest.
And those who still remenils-r him
Are those who loved him Iwsl
LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN. •
SPALLINGS. In loving remembrance of mv
dear brother. IRVING H. SPALLINGS who
passed away three rears ago i,,i»r Mar.
1. 1920. •'
Gone, but not forgotten.
In the graveyard, softlv sleeping
, Where the flowers gentlv wave,
j Lies the one we have loved so dearli
In bis silent, lonely grave
SISTER LOUISE.
(SWIFT, FLORENCE (SALLY) SWIFT, three
j years ago today, Mareli 1. 1920.
Not dead to us; we love her still.
Not lost, tint gone before.
You live with ns in memory.
And will forevermore.
MATHII.DK AND GABRIU.E. •
WAGNER. In sad but loving remembrance
of our dear husband and father. JOHN A
WAGNER, who departed lids life eleven
years ago today. March I, I»|g
HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. •
WRIGHT. In loving remembrance of mv
Stepfather, JOHN li. WRIGHT, who de
parted this life one year ago inlav, Man h
1. 1922.
The month of March is here.
To me tlie saddest of the year.
Because one year ago today
My dear stepfather passed awav.
STEPDAUGHTER. MAMIE CHINN 111 M
PIIHIKS. .
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JAMES IV RYAN
817 PA AVE. S.E.
Model Chapel. Uncola 112.
Private .Ambit la area
Llverr in Connection
Quick. Dignified and Rflhiont Service.
W. W. Deal & Co.,
816 H ST. N.E. Lincoln 3464
Automobile Service. Chapel
IB.ULfififJW Co.
UNDERTAKERS
1208 H S TRttT, N.VS
to tv mr. alt 940 r»T.
lUmue T. Speate N taillto B. Speare
Clt t* 3- TOcbol*
Joseph F. Birch's Sons
ICI7A MSt N W Established 1841.
: 3°34 *3l. w „ t M
Automobile Service.
j J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director and
I Embalmer. Livery In connection. Commodious
i chapel and modern crematorium. Moderate
i prices. 332 Pa. ave. n.w. Tel call. M. 1385
! HERBERT B. NEVIUS
! 926 NEW YORK AVE. N W. MAIN 2006
Private Ambulance.
| WM. H. SARDO & CO.
| 412 H at. ne. Phone Lincoln 524.
! Modern Chapel. Automobile Funeral*
VL. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor con
nected with the original W. R. Speare
airs. 940 F St. N.W.
THOS. R. NALLEY & SONS
ISt ELEVENTH ST. S E
Undertaker*. Embalmer*.
Homelike Funeral Parlor*.
Phone Lincoln 480.
i Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
I 1118 SEVENTH ST. N.W. ««.■ ....
j Modern Chapel. Telephone. IVlalll &>4/J
i MOPTICIANS
} M H CO'm *im wn>* *»*
JJjwP*!*--.y. x -^ v
Timothy Hanlon
641 H BT. N.E. Phone L. 5543
MONUMENTS.
We epeciallze In oeeigning ana erect-
Infl memorials (monuments and mauso
leums) of quality and character.
Call and tee hundreds of photographic
•uggeatlons and designs on exhibition In
our office.
THE J. F. MANNING CO., INC..
* 914 Fifteenth Street.
CEMETERIES.'
KON*BEbTARIA.\ vaults
CEDAR HILL
PENNSYXVANIA AVENUE SOUTHEAST
Vaaklafto*'* Beautiful Burial Ground
Perpetual care—Chapel—Perfect Service—
Choice plot* —Moderate prices—Terms.
Offlce, 17tb and Pa. Are. S.E. Line. 6502-J.
For Booklet, Information or Visit to Gem*.
t«ry. Call MR. CAYLOR. Lino. 988.
FORT LINCOLN
The Park Cemetery
Non-Sectarian Perpetual Car*
Beautiful and fitting location.
Beadlly accessible —on electric car line.
Ob Baltimore boulevard, at District Una.
Office: 70512thSt.N.W.
Phone Franklin 4745.
Write for Illustrated 'Booklet
FUNERAL DESIGNS'
Gudc Bros. Co., 1214 F St.
Prompt ante delivery service.
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