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THE EVENING STAR, "SVASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, MAiiOn 14, 1V26.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Tnlcoma Park Baptists’ Women’s
Missionary Society will hold annual
meeting for election of officers at
home of Mrs. Elmer E. Reynolds, 717
Dahlia street, tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Subject, "Baptist Work In Europe.”
“Prom the Manger to the Cross, or
Jesus of Nazareth," will be shown In
motion pictures at Shaw Junior High
School Friday, 8 p.m., under auspices
of Parent-Teacher Association of the
school.
The Catholic Daughters of America
will go to Baltimore Sunday, 1 p.m..
to take charge of initiation ceremo
nies of Court Baltimore at the new
home. 1026 North Charles street.
The Columbia University School will
hold Its midyear commencement Fri
day, 7:30 p.m., at the school. 806% 1
street. Class night, March 23, 9 p.m
Mrs. Jeannette H. W ade will lecture
tomorrow, 3 p.m., at 1734 N street
Subject. Illustrating higher Psychol
ogy of spiritual housekeeping, ‘ Why
Do We Iron on Tuesday?"
The free mission study clous under
the Womans Interdenomlnatlona.
Missionary Federation will meet Fri
day, 2 p.m.. In Y. W. C. A. auditorium
Teachers. Mrs. Rising and Miss Nel
son.
The American committee for the re
lief of Russian children Is preparing
to give a recital here within a few
weeks, It was announced today, full
details of the program to be mad,
public later.
The combined Y. M. H. A, and Y. W.
H. A. of Washington will hold a
minstrel show and dance at the City
Club March 21.
The Home Economic Association
will meet it dinner tomorrow, 6 p.m..
so that members who desire may at
tend the lecture by Miss Maud Roy
den.
Indiana Society will meet Monday,
8 p.m. A1 B. Griffith, Miss Carolyn
Manning and others will contribute
program.
Esther Hebekah Lodge. So. SO, will
have a social Friday in 1. O. O. F.
Temple. Program.
The Illinois Society will postpone
Its March meeting because of the
death of Mrs. John A. Logan, who
was a life member. Marion County
night will be celebrated in April.
Rucker & Rucker
Paperhanging and Painting
1210 H St. N.W. M. 7422
For Stiff Joints j
Pharmacists say that when all i
j other so-called remedies fail Joint- t
Ease will succeed.
It’s for Joint ailments only—
that is why you are advised to use
It for sore, painful, Inflamed,
rheumatic Joints.
Joint-Ease limbers up the Joints
i —is clean and stainless and quick
results are assured. Sixty cents a
tube at Peoples Drug Stores and
druggists everywhere.—Advertise- j
menl. I
RITES FOR M. F. BURROWS.
Native of Washington Is Burled
at Arlington.
Funeral services for Millard FH
more Burrows, who died suddenly
Sunday at his home, 2520 M street.
Georgetown, were conducted from the
family home this afternoon at 1:30
o'clock. Rev. Dr. Ruley, pastor of the
Congress Street Methodist Protestant
Church, of which Mr. Burrows was
a communicant, officiating. The In
terment was In Arlington national
cemetery, with military honors, un
ler the auspices of the Veterans of
Indian Wars. The funeral services
were under the direction of Potomac
Lodge, No. D, F. A. A. M., of George
town.
Mr. Burrows was a member of the
\ssociatlon of Oldest Inhabitants,
.vhlch sent a delegation to the fu
leral and Interment. He was also a
nember of the Society of Natives,
he Circle Club and the District of
Columbia Employes’ Association. For
i long time prior to his death, and
it the time of his death, Mr. Bur
ows was connected with the Dis
.rict of Columbia municipal govern
nent. Many of the District of Co
umbia employes attended the funeral
t the house.
Births Reported.
The following births here been reported
to the health department In the last twenty
.’uiir hours:
William 11. and Olive L Dodson. girl.
William I. and Mattie V. Thompson, girl.
Janies A. and Mary O. Johnson, boy.
J. and Irene R. Sweeney, girl,
ggdorns 11. and Lena Arfer. girl.
Lynford J. and Pella M. Haynes, girl..
George E. and Achsah Warder, girl.
Jerome L. and Maryland V. Michael, girl.
Jacob W. and Mary C. Wirt. boy.
Gorman M. and Porolhy V. Hendricks, girl.
Everett A. and Charlotte A. Alden, boy.
George A. and Ivy p. Watts, boy.
James M. and Amy 8. Cutla, boy.
John E. and Florence Elliott, l«oy.
Merrill and Olive R. Sickles, girl.
Hert X. and Violet H. Bowman, boy.
Robert A. and Bessie I Kan gilt. boy.
Charles L. and Olive M. Tippett, girl.
Eugene L. and Carrie L. Cecil, boy,
Sam and Minnie Sutnovsky, l*>y.
Harry E. and Kathryn C. Shilling. I>ot.
Francis E. and Elisabeth A. Maloney, girl.
Arthur E. and Eunice R. Selttlnger. girl.
Raymond J. and Mildred R. Schwartz, girl
Frederick H. and Emily Thomas, boy.
Karten W. and Mabel I’atro. boy.
Roger W. and Anna G. Wheeler, boy.
John X. and Mary L. Ferguson. girl.
John J. and Dora M. Heines, girl.
Melville W. and Florrye Fuller, boy.
Patrick J and Helen Mahoney, boy.
William F. and Gladys Sampselle, boy.
George ami Helene Brown, girl.
Joseph and Hattie Walker, boy.
Charles and Xellle Bailey, girl.
Charley and Mildred Howard, boy.
Allen anil Geneva Stroman. girl.
William and Florence Coram, girl.
Ashley and Maliel Williams, girl.
Robert and Helen Putican, boy.
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been reported to
he health department In the last twenty-four
ours:
Amanda E Lsnhsm, dT. 18 Fojtall rd.
Wm. J Bailey. 66, HO Carroll »t. s.e.
Sarah A. Clifford, 50. 528 11th «t. s.e.
Michael P. Sullivan, 65. 2618 Woodley p!.
Josephine M. Paly. 56. 2321 Fa. ave.
Thomaa C. Everett. 27, Walter Reed Hos
ts],
Annie E. Cramer. S 3. 3<S4S 13th st,
Xancy J Miller. 70. 016 Xew Tork ave.
James Oren. 32. Emergency Hospital.
Mary C. Skidmore. 75. Providence Hospital
Edwin R. Parka, 85. I'alted States Soldiers’
■•ome Hospital.
George E. Little. 60. en route Emergency
Hospital.
L ey A. Bell. 64. 1410 Chapin st.
George C. Poarnian. 66. 1015 M st. n.w.
Cyrus Chamber*. 72. 2510 Cliffbourne pi.
Lester Pierce, 1, 3-457 14»1» st.
Raymond Burke. 1714 10th at.
Maz'e B. Padford. 48. 1437 S at.
Rosie R. Taylor. 43. 1624 11th st.
Ernes’ A Sh.mda. 27. P. C. jail.
Alexander Henderson. 28 60 Pefrees st.
Mary O'Connor. 45. 1415 ftth st.
Jnlls LePime. 44. 501 20th st.
Gertrude Yeager. 30. Gail'nger Hospital.
Alexander Wilkes. 50. Freedmen's Hospital.
Walter Fox. 53. Freedmen's Hospital.
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MI-O-NA Tablets overcome the
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by undigested, sour food. Chronic
I j indigestion and dyspepsia result
| j if acid stomach is neglected.
| I MI-O-NA Tablets bring quick re
i lief because full strength is pre
served by packing in air-tight
I sanitary tape. Harmless and
I pleasant, for young and old.
| Economical. Not habit forming.
Guaranteed and sold by all
druggists.
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For Sale by Peowlen Drag Store*.
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li* It the piece of
paper on which
Nome word, of a.-
surnnee are w rit
business something
of a guarantee?
guarantee Is given
Staff of Expert. Carefnl Dentists.
That Has Been Our Record for the
Past 31 Tears.
Terms of Payment to Suit. Examina
tion Free.
My Parted Suetlea
ljuffinttfy Tasth Will Net 811*
« Ora a—M.to.
j Other Seta of Teeth, $S Up
I Fillings, 50c Gold Crowns
j to $1 up end Bridge
f-. gold, silver. Work,
I amalgam or $3.00—54.00
j porcelain $5.00 *****
I No tkargi far ealalwa extra ettea wbas
I atkar <wrk It data AH *•* nkraatari.
! HOCKS. » A. M TILL 8 P. M.
SUNDAYS. 10 A. M TILL 4 P. M.
I DR. WYETH
I 427-29 7th St. N.W.
! Oppasiu Luntmrgb A Bra., aad e*et
6 rand Baton Taa Co. Ltrswl aad mom
J tboroochly •Quipped Ptilon la Wuhtitda
1 Pbon* Mala *IM.
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sat atomacli—no |>
opiates. 35c and B
60c everywhere. IB
ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES.
TODAY.
American Aaaoclation of Unlvereity
Women will meet at 4:30, headquar
ters. 1634 I street. Miss Gertrude
Mayo will speak on Dr. Coue’s clinic
for children. Amendments to by-laws
will be presented for consideration.
Harold R. Peet will speak at an
open meeting, 4:30 o’clock, at new
Masonic Temple, under auspices of
the Women’s International League
for Peace and Freedom.
TONIGHT.
Mount Pleasant Rebekah Lodge will
give a 500 party. 7:30 o’clock, at
Masonic Temple', 14th and Kenyon
streets.
The Geological Society in session
with the Academy of Sciences, the
Biological Society and the Botanical
Society, will meet in auditorium of
Interior Department, 8 o’clock. Scien
tists will consider the fossil swamp
deposit at the Walker Hotel site, at
Connecticut avenue and De Sales
street.
The Young Women’s Hebrew Asso
ciation will give a banquet and dance
at Rauscher’s.
Women’s and professional women’s
section will have subscription dinner.
Miss Louisa C. Lippltt of Wlsconson
University faculty will speak: Subject,
■’Vital Need of Corrective Exercises.”
Dr. Rebecca Stoneroad will consider
"Physical Education.”
Col. Henry W. Anderson will lecture
on “America and the World” at
Washington Club, 1701 K street, at
8:30 o’clock, under auspices of Chau
mont Unit, American Women’s Legion.
Free.
Charles L. Seya, charge d’affaires,
Latvian legation, will talk of "The
New Republic of Europe," 8 o’clock, in
St. Alban's Guild Hall. Admission
charged.
Headquarters of organized re
serves, located in Graham building.
14th and E streets, will be open from
8 to 10 o’clock for those desiring in
formation on Officers’ Reserve Corps.
Plans will be considered for a dance.
Unity Society, 1326 I street—Lecture
and healing meeting by Viva M. Jan
uary. 8 o’clock. All welcome.
COMMUNITY CENTERS.
Weightman Community Center. 23d
and M streets —Folk dancing for
girls, 3:15.
Park View Community Center. War
der and Newton streets—Rhythmic
dancing, 3:30.
Southeast Community Center will
hold a meeting of the advisory com
mittee at 900 11th street southeast.
East Washington Community Cen
ter. 7th and C streets southeast—
Acme Athletic Club. 7, and Apworth
Athletic Clhb for Girls, 8:30 o’clock.
Wilson Normal Community Center,
lltli and Harvard streets —Children's
rhythmic dancing classes, 3:15.
Thomson Community Center. 12th
and L streets Spanish-American
Atheneum Society. 8: women’s drill
team, 8; Esperanto Club, 7:30, and
plain sewing class, 6:30 o'clock.
Johnson-Powell Community Cen
ter. Hiatt place and Lament street —
Rhythm instruction, 3:15.
Cleveland-Phelps Community Cen
ter. Bth and T streets—Vocational
Guidance Clubs for Boys and Girls,
3:15.
Lovejoy Community Center. 12th j
and D streets northeast —Medical
clinic. 3:15; Achievement Girls, 3:30;
Girl Reserves, 3:15. and Lovejoy Ath
letic Players. 3:15 o’clock.
FOUND.
HANDBAG— Sunday evening; vicinity of tat
«t. n.w Fall 75 S n.w. 15*
MONEY—Near Truxton Circle. FT 5436-J.
2408 X Cqp:to! st T I Snyder. 15•
LOST.
BAG—Gray silk; two pair* of glasses, check
Rook and key. Reward. E. G. Perry. 2802
P st. n.w.
BAR PlN—Platinum, with ilinmondt; good
reward for return to 1203 Girard at. n.w.
Phone Co’. 3332 14*
BAR PlN—Pearl* and sapphires. night of
wafers’ hall at Ranuchor's. March 7 (keep-
N*ke). Finder notify phone X. 8660. Re
ward. 14*
C'HEtTv BOOK, folding. t>etween 14th and T
nnd 13th and X. containing money auto li
cense ond Masonic card. Reward If returned
to Hod«on. 1305 X »t.. or Frank 7142
Cl.l'll BAG. leather, containing hiue-beaded
purse. silk skirt, etc.. In Rock Creek Park or
Adam*. Mill rd.; reward. Phone Columbia
4371-W. 15*
CI’FK LINK—GoId; monogram. M. S. Re
ward. M. Stephens. 745 Princeton place •
DIAMOND KING —Single atone with 3 small
diamond* on either Ride, In rest room of
Pultn A Martin's. Please return to room 115.
Kellogg hnlMlng. and receive reward
POG—White and Mach setter, female, not
broken: r>et. Reward. 8250 Col. 3367. 16*
EYEGLASSES —Very Rtnall. gold, attached to
gold chain. In block bounded by 17th and X
st». and Rhode Island and Connecticut area.
Finder will be rewarded. Phone Franklin
3815 14*
FOUNTAIN PEN —I/iwer part; gold. Reward.
Return Room 500. 911 15th n.w. Main 8111.
FRATERNITY PlN—Kappa Alpha, Jeweled,
with opal border Cleveland 752. 15*
GLASSES, tortoise shell, Monday; reward.
Phone Columbia 0904. *
PIN Chi Omega Fraternity, E. M. Tebbs on
back. Call Prince Karl Apt. Reward. *
I’OCKETBOOK —Containing small amount of
money, papers and keys. Phone Columbia
2057. 14*
WATCH lady’s small open-faced gold; mono
gram on the bock. "M. B. 11.”: lost Saturday.
Liberal reward will be given for the return to
804 17th St. n.w. M. E. Hunter. 14*
WRIST WATCH—Swiss; green gold: octagon
shape: platinum. 12th and Pa. ave.: Monday
evening. Mrs. E. B. Kimball, Apt. 166, Port
nejv *
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
i HERBERT B. NEVIUS
926 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. MAIN 2606.
Private Amhnlanc*.
WM. H. SARDO & CO.
412 H at. n.e. . Phone Lincoln 524.
Modern Chapel. Automobile Funerals.
V.L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor con- ;
nected with the original W. R. Snonre
establishment. QAf) CCi M \XJ
Phone Frank. 6626. *>*tU r Jt- IT. TV a
Quick. Plgnlfied and Efficient Service.
W. W. Deal & Co.,
816 H ST. N.E. LINCOLN 3464.
Automobile Service. Chapel.
THOS. R. NALLEY & SONS,
131 ELEVENTH ST. S.E.
Undertakers. Embalmers.
Homelike Fnneral Parlors.
Phone Lincoln 480.
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
a&jrasff gi-g. M«in 2473
OiWLMcy
moptlcians
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Timothy Hanlon
641 H ST. N.E. Phone It. 6548.
JAMES T. RYAN,
317 PA. AVE. 8.8.
Model Chapel. Lincoln 142.
Private Ambulances.
Livery In Connection.
JR&.Htoraw •€&
UNDERTAKERS
120$ H STREET. N**
fOkUEUI 440 J AT.
Joseph F* Birch's Sons
-IOTA MSt N W E,t »bllahad 1841.
3°34 lVi ° l ’ • v » • Phono Weit 99
Automobile Service.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director and
Embaliuer. Livery in connection. Commodious
chapel and modarn crematorium. Moderate
I prices* 332 Pa. ave. iuw, TeL call U. UK.
THOMAS C. DODGE DEAD.
Word has been received hero from
Bakersfield Calif., of the death after
a short llness of Thomas Conrad
Dodge, second son of the late Janies
Heath Dodge of Bethesda, Md. Mr.
Dodge spent his early life In this
city and was well known here. He
Is survived by a widow, who was Miss
Mabel Buss of California, and by
three sisters, Mrs. B. B. Wilson of
Newport News, Va.; Mrs. Dlla D.
Golsborough of Georgetown and Mrs.
Datane Dewls of Edgemoor. Md. The
funeral will take place In California.
Carb of fEbanfe*.
McKENNA. We wish to cxi.iul our sincere I
thanks and appreciation to our relatives and
friends for their k'ndnc.s, svinpaihr and
beautiful floral tributes during the illness
and death of eur beloved wife and mother,
ANGELA E. McKENNA.
THOMAS McKENNA AND CHILDREN. •
©eatfis..
ALEXANDER. Monday, March Ilf, 1923. at
1:20 p.m., at Columbia Hospital, after a
abort Illness. FRANCES WASHINGTON,
loving and faithful w'fe of Elmer 11. Alex
ander. daughter of Nellie White. Funeral
from 1103 24th st. nw.. thence to Alexander
Memorial Baptist Church, N at. between
2Tth and 128th »ts. n w., Thursday. March
I. at 1 p.m. Kle leaves to mourn their
loss an infant baby girl, a husband, devoted
mother, grandmother, a host of relatives and
friends.
Mother loved you, desr.
But God loved you best.
So home with Him He took her to rest. 14*
ALEXANDER. All the members of Silver Star
Court. No. 20. O. O. C. K. of P.. are re
quested to assemble at Alexander Memorial
Baptist Church, N st. between 27th and 28th,
Thursday, March 15. 1823. 12:30 p.m., to at
tend the funeral of our late sister,
FRANCES ALEXANDER.
MRS. BERTHA WILLIAMS. W. C.
MRS. ISABELLA BULL, R. of D. •
ALEXANDER. Departed this life Monday
March 12, 1823. at 1:30 p.m., PRANCES
WASHINGTON ALEXANDER.
X did not see the pain she bore.
Nor did I see her die;
I only know she passed awsy.
And did not say good-bye.
Gone, but not forgotteen.
A DEVOTED FRIEND. LILLIAN BEARD.
Thou art gone today, in Jesus arms I
trust. And you are walking in Jesus" man
sion to where there la no sorrow nor trouble
to weary vou.
GODCHILD AND COUSIN, ANNA MAY
COATES. •
ARNOLD. Monday. March 12. 1823. HAR
RIETT B. ARNOLD. In her R3rd year. Re
mains at funeral parlors of Martin W. Hy
song. 1300 N st. n.w. Notice of funeral
later.
BALLET. Monday, March 12, 1923. at 6:15
p.m., at hia residence, 140 Carroll st. s.e.,
WILLIAM J. BAILEY. Funeral services
will be held at the residence of his daugh
ter. Mrs. P. E. Beach. 1020 11th st. n.e..
Thursday. March 15. at 1:30 p.m. Inter
ment Congressional cemetery. 14
BALLET. Members of Washington Aerie, No.
125. Fraternal Order of Engles, are notified
of the funeral of our late brother. WIL
LIAM J. BAILEY, from 1020 lltb st. n.e..
Thursday, March 13. at 1:30 p.m.
L. B. HAYES. President,
J. D. BRITT, Secretary.
BALLET. The Washington. D. C.. Lodge, No.
15, B. P. O. Elks, will meet in “session of
sorrow, '■ at 8 o’clock pm. Wednesday.
March 14, 1823. for the purpose of paying
a tribute to the memory of our late brother.
WILLIAM J. BAILEY, who passed to the
Grand Lodge of the Hereafter March 12.
Elk services at residence of his daughter,
Mrs. P. E. Beach. 1020 11th st. n.e., at 1
p.m. March 13. Interment at Congressional
cemetery. By order of
D. R. NIHION, Exalted Ruler.
Attest: W. 8. SHELBY, Secretary.
BROOKS. Monday. March 12. 1923. at 11:30
a.in., at her residence, 410 D st. s.e.. Mrs.
MARY ELIZABETH BROOKS, widow of
Madison Brooks. Funeral from Ebeneier
M. E. Church. 4th and D sts. s.e., Thurs
day. March 13. at 1:30 p.m. Friends and
relatives invited to attend. •
BROOKS. The members of the todies' Cliff
Rock Association are requested to attend the
funeral of our late sister. MART B.
BROOKS, from Ebeneier M. B. Church, 4th
and D sts. s.e.. Thursday. March 15. at 1
p ro. PAULINE MARSHALL. Pres.
| A. M. SMITH. Sec y. •
BROWN. Monday. March 12, 1923. at 4:13
am., CATHERINE BROWN. Funeral
Thursday, March 15. at 1 p.m. from the resi
dence of her cousin. Charles E. Minkins, 13
9th si. n.e. Relatives and friends invited.
14
BROWN. Members of the Young Ladies'
Brilliant Star Benevolent Association. No. 1,
sre hereby not fled of the death of Miss
CATHERINE BROWN. Funeral from 15
9th »r. n.e.. Thursday. March 15, at 1
o'clock. JENNIE B. BROWNE. Pres.
M. L. MIDDLETON. Sec'y. •
CAPELL. Hope Lodge. No. 20. F. A A. M..
will hold a special communication Thursday.
March 13. 1923. at 1:45 p.m.. for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of our de
ceased brother. CHARLES A. CAPELL.
J. WILLIAMSON COOK, Master.
W. A. CRAIG. Secretary.
CHAMBERS. Monday, March 12, 1823, at
4.50 p m., at his residence. 2510 Cliffbourne
place n.w., CYRUS, beloved huaband of
Mary V. Chambers (nee Wells). Funeral
from his late residence Thursday, March 15,
at 2:30 p.m. (Kansas City, Mo., and Sau
Franc sco papers please copy.) 14
CORNWELL. Tuesday, March 13, 1923. at
I 7:30 am., at hia residence. Walkers
Chspel Va.. Joseph E. CORNWELL Fu
neral from his late residence Thursday,
March 15, at 2:30 p.m. •
EMORY. Friday. March 9. 1923. at New
Orleans. I*.. JEROME EMORY, beloved
sou of the late George and Mary Emory of
Baltimore, Md. Funeral will be held from
Zurhorst's funeral parlors. 801 East Capitol
st., cn Friday, March 16, at 8:30 a.m..
thence to Bt. Stephen's Catholic Church,
where high requiem mass will be aung at
9 a.m. for the repose of bis soul. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Interment
Mount Olivet cemetery. 15
FORD. Monday, March 12, 1923. at 9 p.m..
EDWARD C.. beloved lusband of the late
Laura V. Ford, father of Harry B. Ford,
grandfather of Mrs. Vlrgie W. Evans, Mrs.
Edn* G. Hunt and Harry W. Ford. Fu
neral from his late residence, 915 7th st.
n.e.. on Thursday. March 15. at 2 p.m.
Interment Congressional cemetery. Rela
tives and friends Invited. 14
FORD. Special communication of Pentalpha
Isidge, so. 23, F. A. A. M-. at 1 p.m.
Thursday. March 15. at Masonic Temple, to
attend funeral of Brother EDWARD C.
FORD. R. W. MATHANET. Master.
ISAAC B. FIELD. Secretary.
FOBCATO. Suddenly. March IS. 1923, MARIA,
beloved wife of Lugl Foscato. in the 35th
year of her age. leaving a husband and two
small children. Funeral March 13. at 9
a.m.. from her late residence, 314 3th st.
s.e.. thence to Holy Rosary Church. Inter
ment at St. Mary's cemetery. •
GIT .MARTIN. Tuesday. March 13, 1923. at
Naval Hospital, Lieut. MICHAEL W. GIL
MARTIN. United States Navy (retired). Fu
neral from St. Paul's Church. 15th and V
sts. u.w.. Thursday, March 15, at 9 a.m.,
where requiem mass will be said for the
repose of bis soul. Interment at Arlington
cemetery. •
| OITTINOB. Monday. March 1Z 1923, at her
j residence, 814 Rock Greek Church road.
1 LIZZIE, beloved wife of the late Hartley
j Glttings, aged 74 years. Funeral from the
| chapel of Frank Geler's Sons Company. 1113
j 7th st. n.w., Thursday. March 15, at 2 p.m.
I Interment at Coleaville, Md. •
HALL. Tuesday. March 13. 1923. it 4:30
! p.m.. ELEXBNEB, wife of the late James
V. Hall. Funeral from the residence of her
son. 3801 34th at.. Mount Rainier. Md.,
Thursday. March 13, at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Interment at
Congressional cemetery. •
HOWELL. Wednesday, March 14, 1923. at
his residence. The Montlcello. 3151 Mt. Pleas
ant st. n.w., H. REED HOWELL beloved
son of Margaret J. Howell. Funeral private. •
JOHNSON. Departed tbit life Monday, March
12. 1923. at 7:35 p.m.. ANNA 8.. beloved
wife of Edward T. Johnson and devoted
sister of Maria L Tolies, Daisy Harper.
Estella Thomas. Lily Thomas, Henry Cook
and Denis Cook. Funeral Friday, March
16, at 10 o'clock, from Metropolitan Baptist
Church. Tenleytown. D. C.. Rev. W. A.
Jones pastor. Relatives and friends Invited. 15
JOHNSON, All members of Narcissus Tent.
No. 102, J. R. O. and J. U.. are requested to
attend the funeral of Sister ANNA JOHN
SON, from Rock Creek Baptist Church. Fri
day, March 16. at 1 p.m.
GERTRUDE SMITH. 6. M.
FLORENCE MORTON, Leader.
8. M. PINKNEY, F. 8. •
LEE. Monday. March 12, 1023. Mrs. MARY
LEE. beloved wife of Nacy W. Lee, mother
of Emmett Lee, 1338 V at. n.w.; Clifford
Lee of Cincinnati. Ohio; Mrs. Mary E.
Plummer of Kenton. Ohio: mother-in law
of Mrs. Fannie Lee, Washington, D. C. J-'u
neral Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m., at Kenton,
Ohio. •
LTTTLEPAGE. Departed this life Tuesday.
March 13, 1823, at 1:45 a.m.. after a brief
llloeas. ELLA LITTLEPAGE. She leaves a
devoted huaband, Aroon Littiepage: two de
voted sinters. Mrs. Louise Ware and Rosa
lee, and a host of friends. Funeral Friday.
March 16. at 1 p.m.. from the Morning Star
Baptist Church. 26th at. between I and K
sts. n.w.. Rev. F. C. Bundy will officiate. 15*
LUCAS. Departed this life at 2 a.m. Tues
day, March 13. 1923. at 909 44th at. n.e., In
full triumph of faith, MARTHA LUCAS, in
her 33rd year, beloved wife of Beniamin
Lucas, daughter of Clara and Edward
Brown, slater of Mary Alice Rudolph, Theo
dore Oliver and William Brown. Funeral
from the undertaking parlors of John Stew
ard. H at. between North Capitol and Ist,
Friday, March 16, at I p.m. She leaves
many relatives and friends to mourn their
loss. Relatives and friends Invited. Auto
mobile funeral. 15*
ytaatttr.T. Tuesday, March 13, 1923, at 2
a.m.. at Garfield Hospital, after a brief Ill
ness, HALLIE A. MARSHALL Funersl
from the residence of tier niece, Mrs. Wade
I Cadlngtoo. 2233 Prout st. s.e., Thursday,
i March 15. at 2:30 p.m. Interment at Cedar
i Hill cemetery. Relatives and friends in
vlUd to attand. •
JBeatb*.
MoBEE. Tuesday, March 13. 1923, KATH
RYN, beloved wife of Arthur N. Mcßee,
aged 33 years. Funeral from her late resi
dence, 016 L st. n.w., Thursday, March 13,
■ t 2 p.m. Relatives and friend* Invited.
Interment Oak Hill cemetery. 14*
McCLURE. Wednesday. March 14. 1923, at
her residence. 433 7th st. s.w., CATHER
INE. only daughter of Elisha L. and Eva
McClure, aged 4 months and 21 days. Fu
neral from 433 7th at. a.w.. Friday. March
16, at 10 a.m. Interment private.
R. I. P. 15*
McOONVILLE. March 13. 1823. at hi* real
derce. the Rocbambeau, JAMES MeCON
VILLE, beloved husband of Mary A. Mc-
Convllle. Requiem mas* at St. Patrick'*
Church. Friday, March 16, at 9 a.m. In
terment private. 15*
NOONAN. Monday, March 12, 1923. at 12:40
p.m.. ANNIE, beloved wife of the late
Daniel Noonan. Funeral from her late resi
dence. 1332 22nd st. n.w., Thursday, March
15. Requiem mass at St. Stephen'* Catholic
Church. P*. ave. and 23th st. n.w., st 9
a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. 14*
O’BRIEN. Departed this life suddenly, March
13. 1923, at 7:30 p in . LEWIS, beloved hus
band of the late Adline O'Brien and father of
Carrie Cissel, Florence. Williams. Maud
Young. Charles, James and George O'Brien.
Funeral Friday. March 16. at 1 p.m., from
Brown's Memorial Church, 14tb and B n.e.
We grieve at your sudden departure,
Though we know that each one mint die:
But we rejoice to know that you were
prepared
To meet your God on high.
THE FAMILY. 15*
OREM. Monday. March 12. 1923. it Emer
gency Hospital. JAMES H. OREM, aged
31 years, beloved husband of Hose Orem
'nee Arrington) and non of the late George
W. and Alice V Orem. Funeral from hi*
late residence, 621 Eve st. n.e.. Thursday.
March 15, at 8:30 am. Requiem mas* at
the Church of the Holy Name at 9 o'clock.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Mt. Olivet cemetery. 14*
PAYNE. At Roswell. N. M.. March 10. 1923.
11ERECCA FRANCES RANDOLPH PAYNE,
daughter of Harry M. and Frances H
Payne, Funeral on Friday. March 16, at
11 o'clock a.m. from 1608 O at. n.w. In
terment private. 15*
ROBINSON. Passed peacefully away, in full
triumph of faith, Saturday night, March 10.
1923. at 12 o’clock, at his residence. 87 De
rives st. n.w.. Rev. WILLIAM J. ROBIN
SON. beloved father of Mrs. Sarah Jones and
Mr. J. Ward Robinson, devoted brother of
Miss Mary J. Robinson, and loving grand
father of Samuel Robinson and Vermin Bond.
Body will lie in state at Zion Baptist Church,
Wednesday. 12 o'clock, until Thursday,
March 15. 11 am. Funeral from the above
church Thursday at 12 o'clock. Relatives
and friends invited to attend.
A voice at midnight came.
He started up to hear;
A mortal arrow pierced his frame.
He fell, but felt no fear.
THE FAMILY. 14*
ROBINSON, The funeral of Rev. WILLIAM
J. ROBINSON, pastor of the First Baptist
Church, corner 6th and G st*. s.w., will be
held from Zion Baptist Church Thursday,
March 15. 1923. at noon. The church re
quests Rev. John Richards to be their
speaker. Memorial services will be held st
a later date at the First Baptist Church. By
order of the church.
MR WALTER DAVIS, Sr. Deacon.
MISS NELLIE SWANN, Clerk.
MISS LILLIAN RORINBON. Chairman. •
ROBINSON. 33*. Jonathan Davis Consistory,
No. 1. 32*. is ordered to assemble at Zion
Baptist Church. F st. between 4)6 and 3d
ass. s.w.. Wednesday, March 14, 1923, at.
11:30 p.m., for the purpose of midnight
Kadosh services over the remains of our
late Prince. WILLIAM J. ROBINSON. 33V
Family and friends and the public are in
vited. ILL. CLARENCE A. NIXON. 33*
Com.-tn-Chlef.
ILL. EDWARD J. MORRIS. 32*.
Bec'fy and K. of 8. and A.
ROBINSON. Officer* and member* of John F.
Cook Lodge. No. 10. F. A. A. M., are or
dered to meet at Masonic Hall. sth and Vir
ginia ave. s.e.. Thursday, March 15. at 10:30
a.m. sharp, for the purpose of attending the
funeral of Brother WILLIAM J. ROBIN
SON. (ram Zion Baptist Church.
FRANK R. PEEBLES. W. M.
R. W. PINKETT. Sec y. •
THORNTON—Monday. March 12, 1023.
MIRIAM BOOKER, the devoted wife of
Dr. Alvin G. Thornton; beloved daughter
of Albert O. and Cor* A. Booker and alater
of Mr*. Gladys B. Wilson and Garige C.
Booker. Funeral Thursday. March 15, at
2 p.m.. from Fifteen Street Preabyterian
Church. 14
TUBMAN. Tuesday. March 13. 1923, WIL
LIAM J., son of the late A. M. and Rose
L. Tubman. Funeral from W. W. Deal ft
Co., parlors on Thursday, March 15, at 3;31>
p.m. Interment at Glenwood. Private.
WALKER. At Philadelphia. Pa.. Tueaday.
March 13. 1923. MARY J. WALKER, daugh
ter of the late Cuthbert and Isabella Walker
of 2523 K st. n.w.. Waiblngton, D. C.
Relatives and friend* are Invited to the
services on Friday. March 16, at 2:30 o’clock
p.m., at Christ Church, 31*t and O st*. n.w..
Washington. D. C. 15*
WEITZEI.. Suddenly. Tuesday. March 13.
1923, EMMA 0. K. WBITZBL, beloved
daughter of Ooorad and the late Wilhelmlna
Weltzel (nee Huth). Funeral (private) from
her late residence, 474 F at. a.W., Friday,
March 16. at 2 p.m. 15*
Jn iHtmoriam.
CARTER. In **d but loving remembrance of
my darling daughter. JENNIE B. CARTER,
who departed this life four years ago today.
March 14. 1919.
We tried so hard to keep her with ns.
But God willed the could not atay;
Until at last with broken bearta
We saw her pas* away.
HER LOVING MOTHER AND SISTER.
GENEVA SHAN KLIN. *
LINDSAY. In memory of MYRTLE LEE
LINDSAY, who departed this life one year
ago today.
I mourn for you. dear daughter.
But not with outward show,
For the heart that mourns sincerely
Mourns silently and low, MOTHER.
NAU. Sacred to the memory of our beloved
parents, IGNATIUS and MARIA NAD. who
died March 14. 1921 and March 4, 1918, re-
CHILDREN AND GRAND
CHILDREN. *
PIOKRELL. A devoted tribute to JOHN
MANLY PICKRELL. U. S. N.. who died
March 14. 1910 (world war). MOTHER.
FIERCE. In sad remembrance of my dear
mother, PRISCILLA PIERCE, who departed
this life eighteen years ago today, March
13, 1900.
To me there come* a memory
Os love that is seldom met.
When I think of my dear mother.
Whom I never shall forget.
I only ask to live each day.
So when life’s work is done.
That I may meet my loved ones
In the land beyond the sun.
HER ONLY DAUGHTER, BERTIE PIERCE
1 JONES. * .
I ROBERTSON. In sad and loving remembrance
of our loving mother and grandmother. Mrs.
SOPHIA ROBERTSON, who passed to
eternal rest one year ago today, March 14.
. 1922.
The midnight moon Is beaming
Upon her silent
But she Bleepeth without wiktnf—
The one we could not M ve. MiLT .
i SCHMITT. In aad but loving remembrance of
our dear mother. LOUISA SCHMITT, who
departed this life two years ago todsy.
March 14. 1921. TUB FAMILY. •
SOUTHCOMB. A tribute of love and devotion
to the memory of our dear daddy, and my
[ beloved husband, GILLESPIE BLAINE, who
was called from ut one year ago today,
March 14. 1922.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND BABIES. •
THOMAS. In loving remembrance of ray dear
• brother. WILLIAM THOMAS, who departed
this life four years ago today, March 14.
I 1919.
The rears of his life were numbered.
When the messenger whispered low:
“The Master has come and calleth for thee,'
He answered: “I am ready to go."
I HIS SISTER, MARION WATTS. •
' WARD. In loving remembrance of our dear
i father, ABRAHAM WARD, who died tweoty
[ four years ago today, March 14. 1899.
1 God has taken you. dear father.
To His home of eternal rest;
Some day we hope to meet you
1 And to this In God we trust.
HIS CHILDREN *
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