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his people or go to war.
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monarch and master of a million slaves, can
not be so lavish. So he puts his treasure where
it will be of some benefit to the next genera
tion—more than that, where it will wax and
grow greater and add to the owner’s power and
pleasure during his lifetime.
A savings account won’t make you a
Pharaoh. But it will make you and your chil
dren prosperous American citizens, and that’s
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THE EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1923.
DR. HOKE SPEAKS
Gives Thorough Discussion
of Preamble at Meeting
of Civitan Club.
Dissecting' the preamble to the Con
stitution of the United States and
stressing the meaning and Importance
of each phrase, Dr. G. M. Hoke, au
thority on history and constitutional
government and president of the Edu
cational Guild, delivered the first of a
series of talks on “Citizenship” before
members of the Civitan Club at the
Hotel La Fayette yesterday.
Dr. Hoke traced the development of
popular government from the landing
of William the Norman on the shores
of England up until the present day.
emphasizing events that led to the
granting of the Magna Charta, the
adoption of the Constitution and the
signing of the Declaration of independ
ence. He gave particular attention to
the.need in America today for under
standing a citizen’s duties and com
plimented the Civitans for interest dis
played by them in seeking enlighten
ment on the fundamentals of citizen
“The time has come,” said the speak
er, “when our country should get down
to brass tacks and begin practicing all
that has been taught in regard to citi
zenship. The United States must put
into operation the fine art of getting
Clarence L. Harding presided, and
In response to an appeal to the mem
bership for volunteers to assist in
teaching at Americanization classes
the following Civitans their
services: James Proctor, William
Hoge. Odell Whipple. Leonard Ruotf
and Edward Brashers.
Oliver Hoyem, chairman of the lec
ture committee, announced the senes
of talks on oitlzeshlp, which started
yesterday, would be confined, for the
most part, to other sections of the
Announcement watt made that the
club would take over the President
Theater on the nights of April 9 and
10. when benefit performances ot
"Six-Cylinder I>ove” will be given by
members of the club. Other local
civic clubs wl 11 assist.
Secretary W. O. Hiltabidle read a
communication from the Federation
of Civic Club Executives, whoso pro
gram the Civitan flub adopted yes
terday. Another letter from Frank
R. Jelleff. asking aid for the forth
coming conference of Boys’ Clubs to
bo held here May 7, was also read
District of Columbia and Maryland—
Fair and warmer tonight; tomorrow
Increasing cloudiness, with mild
temperature, probably followed by
rain tomorrow night; moderate south
west and south winds.
Virginia—Fair and warmer tonight:
tomorrow increasing cloudiness, with
mild temperature, followed by rain
tomorrow night; moderate southeast
and south winds
West Virginia—Fair and warmer to
night; tomorrow cloudy, with mild
temperature, probably rain in west I
Records fop Twenty-Four Hours.
Thermometer—4 p.m., 40; 8 p.m., 41;
12 midnight, 34; 4 a.tn., 33; 8 a.m., 37;
Barometer—4 p.m., 30.27; 8 p.m.,
30.30; 12 midnight, 30 30: 4 a,m., 30.31;
8 a.m., 30.39; noon, 30.37.
Highest temperature, 51, occurred at
noon, today; lowest temperature, 33,
occurred at 6 a.m., today.
Temperature same date last year—
Highest, 45; lowest, 36.
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of the
water at 8 a.m.: Great Falls—Tem
perature, 38; condition, muddy.
(Furnished by United States coast and
Today—Low tide, 4:48 a.m. and 5:26
p.m.; high tide. 10:43 a.m. and 11:05
Tomorrow —Low tide, 5:36 a.m. and
6:09 p.m.; high tide, 11:20 turn, and
The Sun nnd Moon.
Today—Sun rose 6:12 a.m.; sun sets
Tomorrow —Sun rises 6:10 a.m.; sun
sets 6:21 p.m.
Moon rises 8:26 a.m.; sets 10:14 p.m.
Automobile lamps to be lighted one
half hour after sunset.
Weather In Various Cities,
t 9 Temperature. *3
I ii ir
Station*. g "s’ _? £— State of
5 5.2 --S. » Weather.
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AUbene, Tex'. 29.62” «S 44 7771 Hear
Albany 80.34 28 24 .... Cloudy
Atlantic City 30.44 34 32 .... Clear
Baltimore .. 30 40 40 32 ... Clear
Birmingham. 30.34 62 34 .... Cloudv
Bismarck .. 8000 42 20 .... Cloudy
Boston 30.38 28 20 .... Cloudy
Bn (Tali 30.10 32 32 .... Clear
Charleston.. 30se 48 44 .... Cloudy
Chicago ...,29.96 44 38 .... Cloudy
Cincinnati... 30.22 40 30 .... Clear
Cleveland .. 30.10 38 38 .... Bt.eloudy
Itenver 29,84 68 24 044 Snow
Detroit 30.08 40 34 Pt.cloudy
El Pa no 29.30 74 64 Clear
Galveston ..29,90 60 60 0.16 Bain
Helena . ...30 02 3 0 28 .... Cloudy
Huron, S. D. 29,94 60 20 .... Cloudy
Jacksonville. 30.24 60 62 (3(indy
Kansas City. 29.70 6s 40 .... Pt.cloudy
lyis Angeles. 29 80 00 60 .... Pt cloudy
Louisville .. 30 18 40 20 .... Clear
Miami. Fla.. 30.30 80 70 Clear
New Orleans 30.08 40 44 .... Cloudy
, j New York.. 30.42 34 30 .... Clear
■ ; okiii. City.. 29.04 OO 42 .... Pt,cloudy
I Omaha 29.72 48 32 .... Pt.cloudy
|, Philadelphia. 30 42 34 30 Clear
! j Phoenix. Ariz 29.04 SO 60 .... Cloudy
[ Pittsburgh . . 50.20 38 38 Pt.cloudy
|j Portland,Me. 30.42 24 18 .... Cloudy
i i Portland.Ore3o3o 60 40 .... Bain
I Kaieiith.N.C. 30.40 44 30 .... Clear
I; S leak* (MTV 2ft.R2 4H 2* 0.3 S Cloudy
I I San Antonio. 2ft.£o 4d .... Pt.cloudy
San Diego... 211,84 02 62 .... Clear
S. Francisco 30.00 04 64 .... Clear
I St. louts... 29.9 ft 64 30 .... Pt.cloudy
| St. Paul ... 29.80 48 30 Cloudy
: Seattle 30.20 40 30 .... Cloudy
| Spokane ....80,12 48 32 near
| WASH ,D C. 30.38 41 33 .... Clear
(R a.m., Greenwich time, today.)
I Station*. Terni»craturc. Woather.
I j London. Kntr’and 42 Rain
I Paris, France 42 Part cloudy
j Vienna. Austria H 2 Clear
: t Copenhagen. Denmark .... Rfl Part cloudy
[j Stockholm. Sweden 3d Hear
!! Gibraltar, Spain M Part cloudy
|i Horra (Fayal), Azores ... r*H Part cloudy
| Hamilton, liormnda Howdy
|i San Juan. Porto Rico 7d Cloudy
I ; Hava:.a. Cuba 74 Clear
= j Colon, C anal Zone SO Clear
|i 11 STOWAWAYS FOUND.
i i Baby Also Born on Big Liner En
Route Prom Bremen.
II NEW YORK, March 21.—The steam
ller ITesident Arthur arrived in Ko
fi bnken from Bremen, Germany, last
|| night with twelve more persons on
I: board than her passenger list re
|j corded. Eleven were stowaways and
I the twelfth was a baby daughter.
; bom to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hart
mann. formerly of St. Paul. Minn.,
I who have lived In Germany for the
last three years. This change in
the passenger list came on March 12.
Six of the stowaways were Ger
mans and five were American sailors
who had become stranded In Gef
imany. tine of the former, Christopher
i Schneider, said he had been a bar
tender in America before prohibition
and had derided to come bark. The
President Arthur was delayed a day
and a half by storms. ,
i LACK" SCARF. Sunday. Call 1332 Park toad
j j n.w. *
j WEDDING RING, platinum. Phoue N. 2184. •
j BAG—Black Rilk crepe. Return to 2007
j Mass. nve. and receive reward. •
BAG—Brown beaded, containing money, keys,
etc . between People’* Drug Store. 18th and
Columbia rd.. and Chatham Courts. Return
!to 214 Chatham Courts. Liberal reward. *
! BACK of lady’s wrist watch, with initials F.
IV. A. Please return to 3827 Georgia ave. n.w.
■ Phone Pol 6689. •_
i BILL FOLD, Mark: several notes and re
j cetpts and membership card of City Club, in
I favor of Frank M. Justice. Return to 1111
14th st.. receive reward.
! BRACELET—GoId initials N. B. B.; from
| courthouse to Ksnn’s. Reward. Col. 618, or
j 1772 Columbia rd.
i DOG—Airedale: name Fannie; good reward.
I 1312 G st. n.e., J. D. Bailey. 22*
! dog—Chesapeake bay dog. on March 12. from
i 19th and Penning road. Reward. J. C. Keane,
j BIS Pa. ave. n.w. 22*
1 DOG, white and black aetter: not broke; pet;
j $269.00 reward. Columbia 3307. 26*
I BOTTOM OF SILVER FOUNTAIN PEN—
j U S N. A. class '22. Reward. Call Adams
| 2327. *
ENGLISH BULL PUPPY —Tuesday afternoon,
) vicinity of Grant road. Liberal reward. Phone
j Lowery. Cleveland 102. 23*
GLASSES —Tortoise shell; Monday afternoon
I neat' Capitol. Reward. Phone Franklin
Gl.ASSES—Tortoise shell rim, in leather case,
within last week. Reward. Phone Columbia
i HANDBAG, black, containing church envelope,
1 cash, kevs. etc. Reward. Phone Franklin
I 6447. 1827 K st. •_
: IRISH SETTER—Three years old; color, red;
jno marking. Reward. Line. 16X6. 631 7th at.
I KEYS —4. in a brown leather key retainer.
, ■ Reward If returned to Raleigh Haberdasher.
Ij LAUNDRY PACKAGES (2); $5 reward. 1721
[! 6th st. n.w. ; '22*
I ■ LORGNETTE, stiver, with bifocal glasses.
| Reward. 1733 Church st. Phone North 6277.
i '■ MUFF, black caracul, Saturday afternoon, at
i 1 Kahn’s, Lansburgb’s or 10-cent stores. Re-
I turn Mrs. M. Summers. 1833 S st., after 5
1 nm. Reward. Tel. North 6682.
j j i»F,4RLS—String; reward: no questions asked.
i ] Charles Bloom. Hotel Harrington. •_
I PEARLS (on string), between 16th and Eye
i sts and President Theater. Tuesday evening;
liberal reward. Phone Franklin 886. 22*
pjX—Diamond, sapphire, platinum; Monday,
| Coi. and Ontario rds. Reward. 1736 Col, rd. *
i 1 pix—Amethyst bead, in shape of a heart;
1 Monday evening. Finder please return to
1: 1801 P at. n.w. Receive reward. 22*
I POODLE —White male, from 1115 K n.w. Tag
! I 9127. Reward. *
i fUKSE—Brown leather; Tuesday night on 16th
II st bus: contained sum of money, diamond
i I ring, key* etc. Return after 6:80 to 8126 19th
’ j st. ’Reward 23*
[■ROSARY —Amethyat; March 17, In or near
i 8t Patrick’s Church, or on P st. car going
I west. Call North 6464. Reward. 22*
[ SPECTACLES—BIfocaL nickel frame, bent
I, bows, on Tuesday, 20th. 1908 N n.w. Re-
II ward. *
I WATCH FOB with Junior Order charm, be
■ tween patent office and 1638 A at. n.e.; $3 re-
I ward if returned to above address.
I WRIST WATCH—Lady’s, between 2900 Conn.
Dave and the Treasury Dept.. March 19. Re-
I ward. 2900 Conn, ave., apt. 1838. 001. 2026. •
WHIST WATCH —Lady's, gold case; Elgin. 0
st. and Lamont or 11th at. car. Reward. 1625
j Lamont st. 21*
M*42 IN' BILLS, also receipt for IXO on Poto
mac Electric Power Company; either on F it.
car about 7;IS p.m. Tuesday or on 9th st. be
twvea F and Rialto Theater. Finder will be
rewarded by returning to National Coal Asso
ciation. Commercial National Bank building. •
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Nomesh Chandra Bone of India will
give a demonstration In mathematical
calculations Sunday, 2:30* p.m., at Art
Center, 1106 Connecticut avenue, to
which the public Is invited. Admis
sion free. Prominent speakers.
William Jennings Pine, former
minister to Panama, will speak at
meeting of Kentucky Society tomor
row evening at Franklin Square
Hotel. Election. Musical program
Military Order of the World War
| will meet at luncheon Friday, 12:30
p.m., at Army and Navy Club. Brig.
Gen. Frank T. Hines will make ad
Kit Carson Post, No, 2, Department
of Potomac, will meet tomorrow, 7:30
p.m., Grand Army Hall.
Big Sisters will meet Friday, 8 p.m.,
700 11th street, room 610.
The art section, Twentieth Century
Club, will meet tomorrow, 3 p.m.. at
1447 Irving street. Mrs. Dwight
Marsh will speak of "Art as a Na
Morris Bien, United States reclama
tion service, will give illustrated
lecture on "Changes in Geography by
Government Activities” tomorrow. 8
p.m., at Y. M. C. A., 1736 G street.
Free to public.
University Clubt Dinner dance
Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.
Brlghtwood Citizens’ Association
will meet Friday, 8 p.m., at Masonic
Temple, Georgia avenue and Military
The Dahlgren Terrace Thursday
Club will meet tomorrow with Mrs.
I,ad lea’ Aid JJoelety,* InlvemaJlst j
Church, will have Easter sale in [
church parlors, 13th and I, streets,
tomorrow, 3 to 8 p.m. Home-cooked
dinner, 5 to 7 o'clock.
A lecture by Bernarr Macfadden.
physical culture expert, will be given
in the ballroom of the New Willard
Hotel on the night of Tuesday,
The Sisterhood of Adath Israel Con
gregation will entertain members and
friends tomorrow, 2:30 p.m, in the
synagogue, 6th and I streets.’
Presidents of the units of the Amer
ican Legion and chairmen of the
poppy committees will meet with Mrs.
Mamie Palmer in room 127, Willard
Hotel, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Miss Margaret Wentworth, writer
will give an address at the E street
branch of the Young Women’s Chris
tian Association tomorrow at 6:30
p.m. She will speak of the trip
around the world, which she has just
completed. The public is invited.
The Anthony league will meet, 3
o'clock, at General Federation of
Women's Clubs clubhouse?, 1734 N
Board of education will meet, 3:30
o’clock, at Franklin School.
T. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. will
give a minstrel show and dance 9
o’clock, at City Club.
Meeting for Home for Widows and
Orphans of United States War Vet
erans’ Association will be held, 8
o’clock, in Grand Army Hall.
Connecticut Avenue Citizens’ As
sociation will meet, 8:15. in All
Souls’ Pariah Hall.
National Catholic Service School
for Women: The Kilmer Circle will
give reception. Honor guest will be
Mrs. Kilmer, mother of the poet-hero,
after whom the organization la
Government Hotels Recreation
Hall—-Dance under auspices of C-D
building, 8:30 o’clock.
MRS. S. 0. SMITH DIES.
Succumbs at Age of 84 After Siege
of Poor Health.
Mra. Sarah Duke Smith, eighty-four
years old, widow of Addison Miles
Smith and a native of Prince Georges
county, died yesterday afternoon at
the home of her son, Rexford Miles
Smith, 1866 California street. Funeral
services will be held Thursday at
Wright’s undertaking parlors. Inter
ment will be in Gienwood cemetery,
■ Mrs. Smith had been in bad health
for some time. A slight stroke of
paralysis hastened the end. Born near
( ollege Park, Prince Georges county,
daughter of Israel Maudit and Eliza
beth Duckett Jackson, Mrs. Smith was
the last survivor of eighteen children.
Since the death of her husband. Janu
ary 24, 1909, at the age of seventy-six,
61 rs. Smith had made her home with
her son, sole immediate survivor A
brother-in-law. the Rev. Hobart
Smith, is rector emeritus of old St.
Thomas’ Protestant Episcopal Church,
Owlngs Mills, Green Spring Valiev
Baltimore county. Md. Mr. and Mra
Smith had resided in Washington for
LfIPPIN FUNERAL HELD.
Census Bureau Employe Dies in
Missouri and Burled Here.
Richard Corcoran Lappin, sixty
years old, ior thirty-three years with
the census bureau, died suddenly in
Jefferson City, Mo., Sunday. The body
was brought to this city. The funeral
was held this morning from the fam
ily home. 115 12th street southeast, at
8:30 o’clock, and subsequently re
quiem mass was sung for the repose
of the soul at Holy Comforter Church.
14th and East Capitol streets. Burial
was in Mount Olivet cemetery. He
was a native of Chicago and came to
Washington when a young man, en
tering the government printing office,
where he later became superintendent
of paper stocks. In 1890 he went to
the census bureau, where he became
chief of vital statistics, serving: from
1900 to 1916. In later years he had
been supervising special agent in
testing registration in the states He
was secretary of the vital statistics
section of the American Public Health
Association. He is survived bv his
wife and ( a daughter, Mrs. Bertrand
Hutchison of this city. .
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PARKER. I H’lkh to extend n»y (hanks and
heartfelt appreciation to my relative# and
friends for their kindness and sympathy
during thd illness and for the beautiful
floral tributes sent at the death of my dear
husband. MARY PARKER. •
ANDERSON. Special communication Warren
Lodge, No. 8. F. A. A. M.. at 11:45 a.m..
Friday, March 23, 1023, for tie purjmse of
attending the funeral of our late Brother
J- T. ANDERSON. Member* meet at
Frazier’s undertaking parlors. Tea st. bet.
7tli and Bth Ft*. n.w. Funeral 1 o'clock.
Attest; THOS. W. JORDAN.
THOMAS W. PARKS. Secretary.
W. M. •
ATWELL. Departed this life after a brief
Illness, at Providence Hospital, on March
20. 1023. ELIZABETH ATWELL (nee
Rittase), aged 20 years, beloved wife of
I*o M. P, Atwell. Funeral services will be
held at the home of her parents, 2702
Evergreen terrace. Baltimore, Md., at 10
o’clock Thursday, March 22. •
BANION. Departed this life Tuesday, March
20, 1023. at her residence. 2308 Georgia ave.
n.w., MARY 8., beloved wife of G. W.
Banion. Bhe leaves to mourn their loss two
daughters, Mir, Virgin Brice and Miss
Emily G. Banion: two grandchildren and
two great grandchildren and a host of
friends. Funeral Thursday. March 22, at
1 p.m., ffom the Church of Our Redeemer,
CHAPIN. Tuesday. March 20. 1923. at 10:30
a. at his residence, 2**27 (* Ft... FRED
ERICK E. CHAPIN, aged 02 years. Funeral
services in St. John’s Church «i 2:30 p.m..
Thursday, March 22. Interment Oak Hill
CHAPIN. The District of Columbia ( ommand
••ry of the Military Order of the Loyal
liCgiou of the I .Tilted States announces the
death of Hereditary Companion FREDERICK
EMMONS CHAPIN, in this city, March 20,
1923. Funeral services will l*» held at St.
John's Church, Sixteenth and 11 Streets,
N.W., on Thursday, March 22nd, at 2:30
o’clock P.M. interment at Oak Hill Ceme
Rear Admiral CHARLES 11. STOCKTON.
IT. S. Navy, Commander,
G. H. POWELL. Recorder.
I EDWARDS. Departed this life Sunday, March
IK 1923, at 7:45 p.m., in full triumph of
faith, ALBERTA EDWARDS (nee Saun
j dersi, widow’ of the l«te James Edward*, de
voted mother of Edith. James, jr.; Ray
mond, Irma. Eugene and Bernard Edwards:
loving daughter of Eliza Saunders, sinter of
Lillian Sorrell. Hattie Wheeler, Mattie Mor
ris and Beatrice Smith. Funeral from her
sister’s residence, Hattie Wheeler, 225 F st.
s.w., thence To Zion Baptist Church, on F
►t. l»etween 3rd and 4 ,/ s sts. s.w., Thursday.
March 22. at 1 o’clock. Friends and rela
tives invited. Rev. W. J. Howard, pastor.
G HIDINGS. March 20. 1923. MARGARET,
beloved wife of William H. Guiding-, age
4h years. Funeral fr»'in her late residence.
I**lß 7th at. s.e., on Thursday. March 22, at
3:30 p.m. Interment at Congressional ceme
GILLON. Monday. March 19. 1923. at 5:30 p.m.,
at his rehidence. 214 K st. n.e.. PATRICK
C. beloved husband of the late Catherine
Gillon. Funeral from his late residence
Thursday, March 22, at 10 a.m. Interment
Ml. Olivet cemetery. Strictly private. (New
York city and Baltimore papeis please copy.)
GOODALE. Passed pe***efully away Tuesday,
March 2**, 1923. at 1:20 a.m., at his resi
dence. 52 Hanover *t. n.w.. CHARLES A.
GOODALE. beloved huslatnd of Jeanette
Goodale. Funrral from W, R. Wood’s un-*
deflating establishment. 307 N si. n.w..
Thursday. March 22. at 12 noon. Relatives
and friends invited. •
GRANT. Departed this life Monday. March
19. 1923. at 8;45 a in . at her residence, 1238
25th at . MARY ELIZA GRANT, beloved
wife of B F. Grant and mother of Albert
11., Joseph A. and Toenie Grant and Mrs.
Sadie Dayman. She leave’s to mourn their
loss a boat of relatives and friends. Funeral
Thursday, at 2 p.m.. from Ebeneler A. M.
B. Church. O st. I* 4 tween 271 h and 28th at..
Rev. Charles Wesley, pastor.
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is still,
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
No one knew her but to love her.
No one spoke of her but to praise her.
HER NIECE. 21*
HOWARD. March 20. 1923. at hsr resi
dence, 1425 11th st. n.w., DOROTHY HOW
ARD. Funeral from J. H. West Sons, under
takers. 142*1 New Jersey are.. Thursday at
2 p.m. Friends and relatives invited. •
JACKSON. Departed this life Sunday. Mareh
IS. 1923. at 2209 9th st, n.w., RACHEL
JACKSON, beloved wife of the late Chap
man Jackson. For 34 years a faithful
friend of Mrs. Cbas. E. Fox and family.
Funeral Thursday, March 22. at 1 p.m..
from Third Baptist Church. sth and Que
sts. n.w. Relatives and friends invited.
Rev. Geo. O. Bullock. •
MANUEL. Monday. March 19. 1923. at the
residence of her sister, Mrs. James C.
Collins, 1321 4*4 st. s.w., ADDIE L.. wife
of the late Filraore Manuel and daughter
of Mrs. Augusta and the late William I.
Mayhugh. Funeral services at 1321 4Va st.
b. Wednesday, March 21, at 8 p.m. In
teerment Gainesville, Va. 21
MOXLEY. Tuesday. March 20. 1923, at 8:20
p.m., at his residence. 408 9th st. s.w.,
WALTER BOWEN MOXLEY. beloved hus
band of Eva Moxley, devoted father of Ham
ilton, Frank. Melvin and Everett; uncle of
Ernest Bowen Moxley. Notice of funeral
MYERS. Departed this life at 10:30 a.m..
Monday, March 19. 1923, at her residence,
1422 Fia. ave. n.w.. AGNES MYERS, be
loved mother of William F. Myers, Sarah
Carter and Rosa Carter. Bister of William
Gilbert, grandmother of tlharles De Witt
Barnes and William Barnes. Funeral
Thursday, March 22, at 2 p.m,, from Sf.
Luke's Church. 15th and fTiurch ets. n.w.
Friends and relatives invited to attend. 21*
NELSON. March 20. 1923. DORA H . beloved
mother of Clarrisa A., Oliver H., Della,
Rose N. J., Norman J. and Agnes C. Nel
son. Funeral from W. W. Deal’s funeral
parlors, 810 H st. n.e., Friday. March 23,
at 2 p.m. Interment at Fort Lincoln ceme
PIPES. Tuesday. March 20. 1923, MARTHA
K. PIPES, wife of Capt. James M. Pipes.
Funeral from residence at 1366 Irving st.
n.w., Thursday. March 22, at 11 a.m. In
terment private. (.West Virginia papers
please copy.) 21*
PRATHER. Monday, March 19. 1923, at 1
a.m., CATHERINE, beloved widow of It. J.
Prather. Funeral from her late residence,
1102 K st. s.e., March 22, at 8 a.m .
thence to St. Peter’s Church, where requiem
mars will be aaid for the repose of her
PULIZZI. At her residence, 1118 Lament at.
n.w., on Tuesday. March 20, 1923, IRENE
E.. widow of the late Capt. T. Venera no
Pulizzi. U. S. A., and daughter of the late
Capt. Ira Goodnow, U. S. A. Funeral from
her late residence on Thursday. March 22,
at 2 o’clock p.m. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment (private) Congressional
RICH. Departed this life at Freedmen’s
Hospital Sunday. March 18, 1923. 10 p.m.,
EARL, son of Thomas H. and Bessie Rich,
after a brief Illness. Funeral Saturday,
March 24. at 11:30 a.m., from Ephesus S.
D. A. Church, 6th and N sts. n.w. 23*
ROCKETT. Suddenly, on Tuesday, March 20,
1923, at Casualty Hospital, GEORGE T.,
beloved husband of Sophia Rockett, resi
dence 719 16th st. n.e. Funeral from his
late residence on Friday, March 23. at 2:30
p.m. Relatives and friends invited to at
tend. Interment Congressional cemetery.
SCOTT. Departed this life Tuesday, March
20. 1923, at 6:35 a m.. ELLEN T. SCOTT
of 1336 Que st. n.w., beloved wife of John
I>. Scptt. Khe leaves to mourn their loss
six children, one sister, two brothers and
a host of other relatives and friends. Fu
neral Friday. March 23, at 1 p.m.. from
Grice’s undertaking parlor, 12th and R sts.
SMITH. SARAH D.. widow of Addison M.
Smith. Funeral private. •
THOMPSON. Suddenly, on Tuesday. March
20. 1923. at Columbia Hospital. EMMA S..
widow of the late Frederick Thompson, U. S.
N. Notice of funeral hereafter.
VALENTINE. Wednesday, March 21. 1923.
at 7 a.m.. at her residence. 1480 Swann at.
n.w.. RUTH SWAN VALENTINE, beloved
wife of Roland W. Valentine and beloved
daughter of Mrs. Julia A. Swan, sister of
Ethel Swan Vandavell. Notice of funeral
ADDISON. In memory of our dear mother,
who departed this life one year ago today,
March 21, 1922.
'Tie so aweet to be remembered
And pleasant it is to Hud.
Although you may be absent.
You are still kept in mind.
Soon in your path I will follow.
When life's trials no longer shall be;
At the throne of God I will meet you
There to rest eternally.
HEH DEVOTED SOX AND DAUGHTER,
JACOB ADDISON AND ROSA KANSLOE.
BETTS. In loving memory of our beloved aon
and brother, CHARLES E. BETTS, who de
parted thi* life eight years ago today,
March 21, 1915.
Today recalls a memory
Os our loved one laid to rest.
And those who still remember
Are those who loved him best.
HIB DEVOTED MOTHER, FATHER AND
BRUCE. In loving remembrance of our dear
mother. IDA M. BRUCE, who left us one
year ago today, March 21, 1922.
The hands that did so much for us.
When helplessly we lay;
God knows they worked continuously.
But they are gone today.
SINAH. JAMES AND LITTLE HELEN. •
CHEW. Sacred to the memory of our dear
mother, FRANCES V. CHEW, who entered
the great. lieyond seven years ago today,
March 21, 1916.
Lovingly and tenderly we [aid her to rest
Away from earth's sorrow and care.
Dear mother, we know you are waiting to
welcome us home,
With the blessings of heaven to share.
HER CHILDREN. • ,
DAVIS. In Bud but loving remembrance of
mj dear wife. ANNIE M. DAVIS, who de
parted thi* life two years ago yesterday,
March 20, 102 J.
Gone, hut not forgotten.
HUSBAND AND FAMILY. •
DINKS. In Nad but loving remembrance of
Rf r vJ i f ap hrothf * r - JAMBS ALEXANDER
DINKS, who departed thin life one year
today. March 21. 1922.
I(>u won a crown of patience
Through the year* you struggled on.
Those hands that real forever
Are the hands that made our home
Day by day I grow more lonesome,
ijonesome a*s tiie moments fly.
I find myself wondering.
Wondering why my brother died
God has eluimed my darling brother.
T«*>k the ooe I loved so dear.
To fill his place there is no other.
Yet I know he did Ids share.
Every day brings back sweet memories.
Every memory bring# back a tear.
Deep within my heart I cherish
'Thoughts of one | loved so dear.
HD* LOVING BISTLR. MARTHA ALEX
DINKS. In sad hut loving remembrance of
my d-arcM friend. JAMES ALEX. DINKS,
who entered into rest one year ago todav.
March 21. 1922.
God hH-. taken you, dear friend.
To His home of eternal rest.
And some day we hope to meet you.
And to this in God we trust.
The veers of h:s life were numbered
When the messenger came and whispered
“The Master has f-ome and caileth for thee.”
He answered, “I arn readv to go.”
HIS LOVING FRIEND, MINNIE WORM
FISHER. In loving remembrance of my dear
mother, ANNIE M. FISHER, who passed
over eleven years ago fodav. March 21. 1912
HER LOVING DAUGHTER BEATRICE. •
FRAZIER. In sad but swe»*t memorv of mr
devoted niece OGHREITTA TIBBS FRAZ
IER. who left me five year# ago today,
March 21, 1918.
The month of March is here.
To me the saddest of the year,
Becaufip five years ago today
My dear one passed awav.
HER LOVING AUNT, CARRIE A. LEWIS
FRAIZIER. In sad hut irg remembrance
of our dear daughter. OGHREITTA TIBBS
FRAIZIER, who departed this life five years
ago today. March 21, 1918.
The month of March i« here.
To ns the saddest of the year.
Because fire year# ago today
Our dear one passed away.
A happy home we cnee enjoyed.
How sweet the memory still!
But death Ins left a lonesomeness
This world can never fill.
MR. AND MRS. W. H. TIBBS AND
GRAHAM. In loving remembrance of LLOYD
GRAHAM, who died four yeurs ago today,
March 21. 1919.
Wo tried tso hard to keep him with us.
But God willed that he could not stay;
Until at last, with broken hearts.
We saw him pass a war.
LOVING GRANDDAUGHTER, SADIE EDE
HARDY. Died two ream ago yesterday,
March 20, 1921. JOSHUA HARDY.
Brother, dear, how I mis* you.
Oh, how happy you must
With your loved ones gone before you.
Some dav. brother, look for me.
DEVOTED SISTER. MARY. •
MASTTN. In *ad remembrance of our dear
husband and father. WILLIAM E MASTYN,
who died one year ago today, March 21,
HIS FAMILY. •
PUXLEY, In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear father, BERRY W. PULLEY, who
departed th*s life one year ago today,
March 21. 1922.
Sleep on. dear father, thy work if done;
A battle well fought, a victory won.
You sleep without suffering and feel no pain.
So wait in that city—we shall see you again
LOVING son. p. HARRISON PULLEY.
AND DEVOTED DAUGHTER. LILLIAN
P. GILBERT OF PITTSBURGH. PA. •
SIMPSON. In sad remembrance of my loving
and devoted daughter* RUBY A. SIMPSON,
who departed this life fifteen years ago
today, March 21, 1908.
They say she ia dead, but she Isn’t.
Too bright to remain here below.
Her Heavenly Father called her.
And Ruby had to go.
Mar the heavenly winds blow aoftly
O’er that sweet and hallowed spot.
Amid the changing scenes of life
You will never be forgot.
HER LOVING MOTHER. •
STEWART. Tn sad and loving remembrance
of oup mother and grandmother. ELIZA
BETH STEWART, who died aeveuteen
years ago today.
Some may think wp are not lonely
While at times they see us smile.
Little do they know our heartache*
Longing f*»r her all the while..
HER TAWING DAUGHTER AND GRAND
DAUGHTER. ELIZABETH AND THE
RESA FLEMING. •
TEMPS. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear husband and father. HENRY A.
TEMPS, who departed this life five yeara *
ago today. March 21, 1918.
Sleep on. dear father, and take your rent, .
God called you home. He thought It best.
He saw your suffering here was great
And opened wide tin-* golden gato.
HIS WIFE AND SON.*
TURNER. Tn loving remembrance of onr dear
mother. MARY’ F. TURNER, who departed
this life nine years ago today, March 21,
The midnight stars aro gleaming
Upon her silent crave;
The one we loved so dearly
And tried so hard to save.
The dear one now is sleeping.
No ease is on her Brow;
Oh. blame us not for weeping.
For we have no mother now.
HER DEVOTEI> SONS AND DAUGHTERS.®
■WALTER. In sad but loving remembrance of
my dear son. CHARLES A. WALTER, who
died March 21, 1912.
May his soul rest in peace.
Today recalls sad memories
of a loved one gone to rest.
And the ones who think of him today
Are the ones who loved him best.
WARD. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear daughter and sister, ELIZABETH
WARD, who departed this life nine years
ago today. March 21, 1914.
No one knows our suffering here
And the emptiness in our home
For that sweet soul, so pure and dear.
That shines within God’s fold.
God called her away to His big ne»t.
Our hearts are still sad and lone.
But the mighty hand knew best
And she rests in her heaveniv home
HER LOVING MOTHER AND BROTHER •
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•J Phone West. 86.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director and
Bmbalmer. Livery in connection. Commodious
chapel and modern crematorium. Moderate
prices. 332 Pa. are, n.w. Tel, call M. 1385.
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928 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. MAIN 2606.
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412 H yt. n.t. Phone Lincoln 524.
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131 ELEVENTH ST. S.E.
Homelike Funeral Parlors.
Phone Lincoln 4.80.
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Model Chapel. Lincoln 142.
Livery in Connection.
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Rl6 H ST. N.E. LINCOLN 3464.
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