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Tie Lragnr of llepubllnui State
Clubs will meet tomorrow, 7:30 pin.,
at the City Club.
The Kappa Alpha College Fraternity
will hold it.s thirty-second biennial
convention, December 27-29, at the
Washington Hotel. Eunices* sessions
will start at 10 a m.
The Friendship Nursery Aid Club
will meet December 17, at 1:30 p.m.,]
at the home of Mrs. J. Stanley Dur
kee, Howard University.
The North Star Chapter, W. C. T. I'.,
will meet tomorrow, 8 p.m., in
Emery M. B. Church, llepresentative
■ J. C. Hox and Judge ,1. J. Britt will
St. Hose’s Technical School will
have a benefit showing of motion
pictures, tomorrow, 3 p.m., at the
Ambassador Theater. Subjects: “The
Hottentot.” starring Douglas Mc-
Lean, and Buster Keaton, in the
Hubbard School Mothers will be at
the school tomorrow to receive dona
tion for the rainbow fete of the
I Congress of Mothers and Parent-
Teacher Associations to be heJd Friday
I and Saturday in crystal room of Kbbltt
Three lire companies yesterday nft
! ernoon responded to an alarm sound
|ed from box 659 for a lire in the
j home of Mildred King. 213 Warren
street northeast. Origin of the fire
i was not determined, the police re
ported, and the damage amounted to
j 1300.
George Clemons, forty-dve fears,
112 2d street northwest, employed in
the office of the National Tribune, 4 1
<1 street northeast, yesterday after
noon sustained painful injuries to his
body as a result of a fonn falling
against him while he was taking it
from an elevator.
I Frederick 8. Goodnuii, who Is Jn»t
I back from a stay of several months
! in Italy, will speak at the New York
Avenue Church tomorrow at 8 p.m ,
under the auspices of the Washing
ton branch of the Waldenaian Aid
Society. Mr. Goodman’s topic is “The
Waldcnsian Church and New Italy.”
The Writers’ Club will meet tomor
row 8 p.m., in Public Library. Miss
Mabel Dill will talk of "Why People
Don’t Sell Their Stories.”
i The Ohl# Girls’ Club will give a
dance, Saturday, 8:30 pm.. In Mount
Pleasant Lodge, 14th and Kenyon
The American region Auxiliary to
Vincent B. Costello Post will give
.1 500 party Saturday, 8 p.m.. at home
of Mrs. Edith O'Connor, 3220 Kllngle
i road.
The Red Triangle Outing Club will
j cjivo a dance Saturday. 8;30 p m., at
1 Blue Triangle Recreation Center, 20th
i and B streets.
••CMlxenahlp” Is to be discussed at
a meeting tomorrow night at Colum
bia Junior High School, at which
Mrs Jerry South Is to preside.
Instead of being- always a calamity,
ifirnorance Is sometlmea the source
of power, of usefulness and happi
It is the one with will power
enough to refuse to know certain
things that can know accurately cer
tain other tilings. .Vo boy cun be a
student who cannot concentrate'his
mind on the book before him and
shut the door of his attention to
the conversation going on about him.
If the cook knows what Is going
on in the parlor, if she is aware of
what her neighbors across the way
are up to, and if she watches the
parade in the street, she is a poor
cook and will probably burn the
This Is the day of specialists. A
specialist is one who does not know
the vast areas of general practice.
Ho advertises his ignorance. When
one does that we believe he knows
accurately his little island.
Private .Uulvaney, according to
Kipling, thus tells the story of tin
taking of i.ungtungpen; "‘Tis the
bhoys—the raw bhoys that don’t
know swat a bullet manes, an’ wudn’t
care if they did —thet do the wurrk.
\\ ud fifty seasoned sodgers have
taken Lungtungpeii In the dhark ttiet
way? Xa! They’d know the risk av
fever an’ chill, let alone the shootln’.
Hut the three-year-olds know little
an’ care less; an’ where there’s no
fear there’s no danger.”
Who shall say how many a hero
has leaped to fame simply because
he didn’t have sense enough to get
In the most intimate relations of
life, how valuable is ignorance! Vo
one with sharp eyes can get along
with children. The wise mother
knows when to turn her hack, and
how to play deaf and blind. Believe
it. she will see more in the long run
than the mother that is too observ
ing. One is never going to see much
that is worth seeing in this life, un
til one learns how and when to shut
one's eyes.
If husband and wife are going to
remain in love they will need a good
deal of willful blindness. In fact,
the more they allow their fault
noticing faculty to atrophy the hap
pier they will he, because then they'
will see those other things that
really count. Those see the most
who look the other way. At least
when you ‘brake It hearts.”
The monk In his cell is not alto
gether to be pitied. Possibly he la
overdoing it; but we might learn
from him that saving art of choosing
our own forld, of creating our own
j little autocosm. whither to take ref
i uge on dark days. Vo one knows the
I world aright who does not know
how to leave It upon occasion.
The power of the poet over us Is
due to hie proud ignorance of the
petty perplexities that bother us.
Our souls are drowned in the rattle
of pots and kettles, bales and boxes,
the crash of affairs, and the din of
tongues. If the poet knows enough
to get his hair cut he could not
speak to us. lie can see only a
peach blossom In the sunshine, hear
only a whistling thrush in the hedge,
detect only a tender heart swelling
in a bashful breast, perceive only one
great whit© ideal where w© see the
confusion of war, and penetrate the
flux of things that distract us and
find a golden purpose.
And in the humble business of
living, and being happy, and doing
our daily work, the secret is the
same; it is blessed, wisely chosen Ig
norance. We need the blind courage
of the raw recruits at Hungtungpen,
the narrow application of the special
ist. the oblivious vision of the poet.
There are so many things that
don’t matter!
Others may say your old mother is
Mind, doting, and foolish. She some
how never sees those faults every
body else dins in your ears, and
which doubtless exist. But deep in
your heart you have a notion that,
after all, her eyes, with their divine
blind spots, see the things in you
that need seeing. Liove knows what
a fine, true art is ignorance.
A remarkable case is that of a
woman in Paris who has been twice
married, and on each, occasion her
husband has been killed while motor
ing home from the church where the
ceremony of marriage was performed.
AIREDALE- Mule, no collar: answer* to name
’■Jolly.” Reward. Gen. R. C. Manhalep,
flattery Park. Bethesda 110-J. IS*
RAG. lady’s black, neighborhood Columbia and
Ontario roads. Tuesday afternoon. Contained
watch and small change. Reward. Phone
Col. 800, apartment 061.
BILL FOLD, embossed leather, containing sum
of money and two keys, in shopping district,
between 10 and 12 a m.. Tuesday. Reward.
Address Box 47-M. Staroffice. _ *
BRACELET’with HORSESHOE, on or near
Hth st. between Clifton and Park rd. Re
ward. 304 Clifton Terrace east.
BRACELET —Engraved gold. Initialed InaideT
reward. Mrs. Cleexes. Apt. 0, 1408 Li st. n.w.,
or call Main 3000. Branch 31. 14*
HROOC'U, rhinestone annbnrat. Sunday, be
tween lowa Circle and McKendree Church.
North 1601. 18 lowa Circle. 12*
BROOCH —Gold, set with large topar. on Sat.
L'dieral reward. Adams 8217, or 336 b 18th
n.w, ■ 12*
DIAMOND —Set in square white gold and
sapphire stones on each end; lost at Cheyy
Chase or coming into city. Reward to finder.
If, A. Green, Apt. 402, the Ethelhurst. 12*
DUG—Red setter. Reward If returned to 530
Tenn. axe, n.c. 14* j
DUG —Wheaten Irish terrier. December 8; j
answers name Mike. Phone 001. C2lO. 13*
EARRING—Jet pendant; lost on H at. n.w. j
between 12th and 15th sts. Return to 331 |
\Voodward bldg. Reward. 18* j
EYEGLASSES—Tortoise suell rimmed; near I
11th and G sts.. Dec. 11. Return to Wass
mann, 1620 M st. Franklin 3860.
GUITAR —Steel guitar, at 17th and Lye ata. |
n.w., or Iwtween there and 20th and D eta. i
n.w. Reward. Littlefield, Alvei rd A Go. 12* I
II VXD BAG (brown), containing papers and
money. Keep money: return other contents.
Reward. 1223 X at. n.w. 18* j
HANDBAG —Black leather. Sunday, containing
rosary, gold open-face watch and money. Llb
eral reward. 723 K at. n.e. 12*
M \ SON 10 OH ARM —Gold with small diamond.
Reward. 1005 B st. n.w.
NECKPIECE, fur, whole skin, Saturday eve
ning, sth st.. Fa. ave. to Bth and O ata. a.e.
Generous reward. 383 »th st. s.e.
NECKPIECE, skunk fur, Monday afternoon;
northwest aectlon. Reward. 2701 Conn.
ave. U*
PEARL RlNG—Purple pearl, set In a plati
num mounting, front; bowknot with 42 dia
monds set in; pearl drilled on two sides and
on bottom. *IOO reward. Also sapphire
guard ring. G. W. Rust, 012 13th st. n.w.
Phone Main 0888. j
PENDANT EARRING, blue. Reward. Oley. '■
2637. *_ i
PlN—Gold platinum. Initials S. P. C., Friday
afternoon. Bth and East Capitol sts.. or Poto
mac Park car via 7th and H. Finder please
call Line. 2398.
PIN —JewsUd fraternity, pearls; on Navy Yard
Capital Traction car. leaving Takoma Park,
about 5 p.m. Sunday. Phone Line. 3180-W.
Reward. ■
POCKBTTBOOK, brown leather, containing
money, papers, ruby ring and garnet roaary.
■Tiiberal reward If returned to 753 Bth st. s.e.
Phone Line. 4526.
PUPPY' —Collie, rt months old; valued as pet.
Phono Cleveland 11(17.
PORBB. black velvet, on 14th st.. between H
and Bye. containing $lO, key. gloves. Reward.
1754 Kenyon. *
PURSE —Small, dark brown, on 7th at. wharves
car at 14th and C sts.. about 10:45 a.m. Mon
dar. containing $23 In bills, small change, two
keys prescription for glasses, owner’s card.
Reward. 1760 Euclid st.. Apt. 004. Phone
C..1 489. 12*
RING —Oval, green Jade setting; Hecht'a,
14th or 7th st. cars or car stop. Reward. Re
turn to Eda Burlack, Central High School.
SPECTACLES, pair shell. In Franklin Co.
case. Reward. Henry F. Woodard. 604 nth
st. n.w. 12*
STRING PEARLS—Between Mt. Pleasant and
28th sts.. Dec. 11. Reward. Adams 2848. 13*
WATCH AND CHAIN —On R st.. between 7th
and 4th n.w. If found please return to 1413
You st. n.w. or phone North 6685 and leave
address. ’*
WATCH —Gold, open-face Elgin, with chain
and key attached; Saturday night. Return
Mr. Lynn. 1429 X. Cap, at. Reward. 12*
WRIST WATCH, green gold, with Initials
A R. K.; lost Friday. Notify Apt. 108, lath
and H its, n.w.. after 5 p.m. Reward.
WRIST WATCH, lady’s; Swiss, with tag on.
Return same and get reward. 656 South
Carolina ave. s.e. *
WRIST WATCH— at *r naar Oaatrei
High. Sunday, Dp'-emlier {•; reward. Phone
North 2801. •
George G. Thomson, Once Chief
Clerk in P. 0. Department.
Stricken in North Carolina.
PINEHURST, X. C.. December 12.
While playing- golf George G. Thom
son of Forest Hills, Dong Island, was
stricken with an attack of heart dis
ease here yesterday afternoon, from i
which he died shortly afterward. Air.
Thomson was purchasing agent for
the Guggenheim copper interests. The
body will he accompanied to Forest 1
j Hills today by -Mrs. Thomson.
I Mr. Thomson was well know a in
j Washington, where lie lived for many
I years. He entered the Post office De
partment as a stenographer and
worked up to the position of chief
clerk, which he occupied under Post
master General Hitchcock. Upon the,
election of Woodrow Wilson to the
presidency Air. Thomson resigned and
accepted a position as purchasing
agent for the United States Express
Company In New York, later associat
ing himself with the Guggenheim in
terests. He remained with this con
cern until his death.
Afr. Thomson was about fifty-five
years old. He is survived by his wife
and three children of Forest Hills.
Mrs. C. I*. Keller of 4109 oth street
northwest, this city, is his sister-in
Was Medical Examiner at Pension
Bureau During Cleveland
Dr. Douglas'Howard Kincaid, sixty,
a former resident of this city, and for
a number of years with the pension
bureau, died December S at his home in
DanviUe. Ky. His death resulted from
a heavy cold contracted on a trip to
tho mountains of eastern Kentucky.
He was a native of Missouri, but had
spent much of his life in Danville, Ky.
He was graduate of Centre College,
Kentucky, and Georgetown University.
Ho practiced medicine a few years fol
lowing his graduation, but gave it up
to enter the real estate business, in
which he was widely known in Ken
tucky and other states. During the
Cleveland adminlstgat ions he was a
medical examiner in the pension office.
He was an active republican, and a man
of influence in his party. He was sec
retary to Representative King Swope
of Kentucky for two years.
Dr. Kincaid was a member of Har
mony Ix>dge. F. A. A- M„ of this cltv.
He owned a large estate in Dan
ville. Ky.
The body arrived in Washington to
day. The funeral will be held tomorrow
morning at 10 o’clock from 1725 Willard
street northwest. Burial wdll be in a
private vault.
Dr. Kincaid is survived by his widow.
Airs. Dessle Melrose Kincaid; two daugh
ters, Mrs. Elizabeth Plugge, and Miss
Christine Kincaid, and three sons, Wil
liam C., Robley Evans and Douglas
Howard Kincaid, Jr.. all of this city.
He is also survived by three grand
children. and two sisters, Mrs. Susan
K. Noel of New York city and Airs. C.
N. Roark of Douisville.
The funeral services will be under
the auspices of Harmony Dodge of Ma
Young Italian Mezzo-Soprano l
Scores With New York Or
chestra at Poll's.

The New York Symphony Orches- 1
tra, always popular with Washing-1
ton music lovers, shared the honors i
of the concert at Poll's Theater yes- j
terday afternoon with Dusolina Gian
ninl. young Italian mezzo-soprano,
whom Walter Damrosch presented as
a vocal star for the first time to a
local audience.
Miss Giannini has a fine, big voice,
£>nd her youthfulness and the charm
of her clear, unforced tones are
fascinating. There was a slight
nervousness evident in her first selec
tion, the aria, "Non piu di Flori” from
Mozart's vciemenza di Tito,” but it
soon passed, and the many difficult
passages followed with every note of
the wide range from high soprano to
contralto depths, well rounded and
The.singer made her aria. Impres
sive dramatically as well as music
ally. In her second number, a. group
of four of Dvorak’s “Gypsy Songs.” I
she was accompanied on the piano j
alone by Dr. Damrosch.
Miss Giannlni’s singing of these j
songs was particularly charming, and i
she whs recalled.
The orchestra played for the first
time in Washington du Falla’s "Span
ish Dance,” from "De Tricorne.” This |
modern work has all the eccentricities ;
of technicality that mark the work of j
the extreme modernists, combined with I
alluring Spanish rhythm.
The concert opened with Tschalkow
sky*s “Symphony Pathetique,” given in
a manner that brought out all the ex
quisite poetry of the passages. The j
second orchestral group included two i
of the ‘‘Alother Goose Suite” of Ravel. '
"Beauty and the Beast" Is quaintly de- j
scrlptive. "Empress I aideronette,”
based on a Chinese fairy tale, was full !
of the odd nuances of Chinese music 1
adapted to occidental ears.
The "Women’s International League
for Peace and Freedom win meet at
Women’s University Club, 1634 I
street. Supper served from 6 to 8
Tenpis Club dance in recreation
hall. Government Hotels.
Ladies of Brookland M. E. Church
will conduct a Christmas sale at the
church. Roast beef dinner from 5 to
7 o’clock.
A concert, under the auspices of the
Southern Relief Society, will be given,
8 o’clock, in the small ballroom of
the Willard Hotel, for the benefit of
the society.
“The Interior Decoration of the
Home" will be the subject of a lec
ture by Miss Kathryn Harris, 8:10
o’clock. Research University.
The Spanish-Amerlcan Atheneum will i
meet, 8 o’clock, at Franklin School.
Allss Marie Slebert will speak of "A
Visit to Spain.”
The AVomen’s Business League will
meet, 8 o’clock, at Phyllis Wheatley
branch, Y. W. C. A. Public Invited.
An educational movie, “The World’s
Struggle for Oil,” in five reels, will
be shown at the Central Y. M. C. A.
at 8 o’clock. It will be free to the
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ADI UNO, Tnewlay, December 11. 1923. 7 ;5d
P 'n., at 252 Pth st. n.e., JEANXETTK
\ lOTOUIA ADLUXG, aged 5 jrptri, ioviug
daughter of George and Muble Adlung.
Private funeral nt Port Lincoln cemetery,
December lit. at 10:30 a.in. •
BEAN. December 11, 1923, MINNIE
DUBHANK BEAN, wife of the late J.
Frank Bean. Notice later.
DAVIS. Be pa rfed (his life December 11. 1023.
ANNIE DAVIS, beloved mother of Mrs. It.
i'j. Brown and .Mrs. A. L. Anderson and the
mother-in-law of It. E. Brown and A. 1,.
Anderson; the grandmother of Henry (rulck
sliank of Thelma. Ala.; Mrs. K. It. Miller,
St. Don is. Mo.; Private Ixuui Mogb.v. p. H.
A,; Mrs. Martha Henderson and Mrs.
Thomas Davis, both of Hamilton. Ohio;
Maude and Clarence Davis of Washington.
She Is also survived by three great grand
children. Funeral services will la; held at
her late residence. 40.7 It st. n.w.. Thurs
day at 2 p.in.
HA IN FR. Suddenly, Tuesday, December 11.
1H23. at 11:30 a.in., at her residence. 222
H'_. st. S.W.. Mrs. U'lX HAINEB, mother
of lieorge Halncr. Notice of funeral later. •
HARDING. Friday. December 7. 1023. at 4-30
p.m., CD Alt A M. HARDING. beloved wife
of James 11. Harding ami mother of George
W. Harding. Funeral from the parlors of
Herbert B. Nevlus. 924 New York ire .
Thursday, December 13. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Rook Creek cemetery. Relatives and
friends Invited. 12»
HARDING. A special meeting of Until Chap
IW3. at New Masonic Temple, 13th and
New York ave. n.w., at I:3W p.m.. to at
tend the funeral of our late sister. Mis.
By order of flic worthy matron.
Attest: IDA M. PARSONS, Secretary.
HOWARD, December 12. 1923. in Aliantio
city. N. J,, Mrs. MARY HOWARD, born
October 15, 1957, in Orange county, Va.
God called you, tlear mother;
I a lied you to Ills home on high. *
May Y.e all preps re to meet yon.
For tlic time is drawing nigh.
Though earh <lay we miss yon sadly.
Still where’er we may look
We can see some sweet remembrance.
Most of all your kind, sweet look.
Gone from us forever.
A face we loved so well:
Ami. oh, how we do you miss you
No one ever can tell.
Gene, but not forgot tea.
HUNT. All members of Hannibal Ja»dge, No.
U. of ]*.. are requested to attend the
funeral of our brother, W. T. HUNT, who
died December H>. 1023. Funeral at Second
Baptist Church. 3rd st. between H and I
st«. n.w., Thursday, liecember 13, 12 o’clock
E. S. HUNTER. Chancellor Ootnmamler.
A. M. JOKDAX, Keeper of Records and Seals.
HUNTER. Tuesday afternoon, Decemiier 11.
1923, at his residence. 1310 19th st. n.w .
Alice Baltazzi Hunter. • Funeral from the
chapel of Oak Hill cemetery, Georgetown.
Friday morning at 11 o’clock. 13
JACQUES. Wednesday, Deeemi»er 12. 1923,
at his residence, 243 Rhode Islam! ave. n.w.,
M. F. JACQUES, beloved husband of Al
bert* Jacques. Notice of funeral here
after. •
JOHNSON, Mondav, December 10. 1923. st
Kreednieu’s Ho/spiiai. HARRY' L. M. JOHN
SON. beloved husband of Fannie rnee
Brooks), son of Joseph 8. and the late Mar
tha Johnson, brother of Douglas Johnson.
Mrs. Martha C. Be id. Mrs. Elia V. Ford
ami Mrs. Bessie Mason. Funeral will be
held from Maguire's funeral parlor 1920*fith
st. n.w at H p.m.. Decemiier 12. Interment
at Parole, Md.. at 10 a m.. Decemiier 13.
Relatives and friends invited.
JOHNSON, Tuesday. December 11. 1923. at
Uhildrens Hospital, RICHARD B. JOHN
SON. darling baby of Hlchard and Laura
Johnson. Funeral from Ms iafe residence
Thursday, December 13. at 2 o’clock.
Oh. how sad was the summon*.
When word came he was dead:
He left us bright and cheerful
And was brought back to us dead. •
JORDAN. December 10, 1923, at 11 p.m,- at
League Uland Navy Yard. Philadelphia.
Pa.. JOHN C. JORDAN, chief gunner’s
mate, United .States Nary, retired, devoted I
brother of Mrs. Julia C. Collier, Thomas W.
and George M. H. Jordan. Funeral Friday, i
December 14. at 2 o’clock p.m.. from Zion ;
Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd and 4tj i
st*. 8.w.. Rev. W. J. Howard, pastor. Rela
tives and friends invited. Remains may be j
viewed at bis brother's residence, 7til Girard i
st. n.w. 13 I
LEWIS. Departed tJilts life Wednesday. De
cember 12. 1923. at 5:30 a m.. WESLEY ]
UiWIS, beloved husband of Mrs. Susie '
le>wls, father of Clinton Wesley, Jr.. Thomas, .
Joseph. Clinton. Rodgers and Th eodore ,
lewis, Louise Johnson, Aliclnda Howard. I
Fanny Groves and Nelly Tucker. He leaves |
to mourn his loss a -wife, ten children. (
twelve grandchildren and a host of relatives ,
and friends Funeral Saturday, December j
15. at 2 o’clock, from Second Baptist Church, :
Falls Church. Va. Relatives and friends are \
invited to attend. 13* i
MINOR. Departed this life December 10. I
1923. at 2 p.m.. ALFRED MINOR, at the
residence of bis niece, Lucy J. Frye, 2345
Sherman ave. n.w.. son of the late Aaron j
and Mario Minor and brother of Mrs. Caro :
line Brown and the late Fannie Frye *nd 1
William Minor. He leaves to mourn their i
loss one sister, six nieces and nine nephews
and a host of relatives end friends. The ■
funeral will tie from tho Metropolitan Bap- j
list Church Thursday, December 13. at 2 I
p.m.. Rev. M. W. D. Norman, pastor. ;
MORELAND. After a lingering ilineas. Sun I
day evening, December 9, 1923. at her resi- i
dence, 8«20 O st. n.w . MARY, the lie
loved daughter of Nehemiah and Rosa i
Moreland, in her 31st year. Mass at Holy I
Trinity Church Wednesday morning. Dc- ■
cember 12, at 9 a.m. Interment private.
PERRITT. December 11, 1923. at 8:15 p.m.,
PAULINE O, PERKITT. at her residence.
3284 2lst st, n.w., born in Charlottesville,
Va. She is survived .by her sons, George W.
Perritt, Aiphonso V. Perritt; grandsons.
Charles McKensley and Harry F. Perritt:
one niece, Mrs. Helen Wood, and Mrs. Kate
Reader. Funeral from Shiloh Baptist
Church Saturday. December 15, at 2 p.m. •
SMITH, Suddenly on Tuesday, December 11,
1933. at 8:30 p.m.. at Providence Hospital.
JOHN T. SMITH, the beloved husband of
Sadie Smith. Funeral services at the East
Washington Heights Baptist Church on Fri
day at 2 p.m. Interment at Cedar Hill
cemetery. 13
TWINE. December 10. 1923, VERNELL. be
loved daughter of Charles and La Fonde
Twine. 8335 Sherman ave. n.w.. aged 5
years and 7 months. Funeral from Trin
ity A. M. R. Z. Church, Morton st. between
Georgia and Sherman aves., Thursday, De
cember 13. at 2 p.m.. Rev. J. C. Tucker,
pastor. (Philadelphia. Baltimore and Rich
mond papers please copy.) 12*
WARREN. After a brief illness, at Freed
men’s Hospital. Tuejalay. December 11. 1923,
at 4 p.m.. NANNIE 0.. beloved wife of John
B. Warren, daughter of Robert and the late
Martha Warren and sister of Clarence and
Joseph Warren. Remains can be seen at
1482 3Cth st. n.w., Thursday evening, but
not in church. Funeral from Holy Trinity
Church Friday. December 14. at 9 17 o'clock.
Interment at Potomac. Md. 38*
?n iflemoriam.
ANDERSON. In sad bnt loving remembrance
of my dear mother, MARY ANDERSON,
who died sir years ago today, December 12.
Oft from my heart comes the bitter cry.
“Oh. why did ray dear mother die';”
Then comes the answer soft and sweet,
“She Is not dead: she Is only asleep."
SON. •
BEVANS. In loving remembrance of CATH
ERINE M. BEVANS, who died December 13.
1905. Anniversary mass 8:30, Bt. Joseph’s
Church. •
BOWMAN. In loving memory of onr dear
wife and mother. CAROLINE BOWMAN,
who departed this life two years ago to
day. December 12, 1821, and sister, MARY
HELEN BOWMAy, who passed away June
21. 1922.
BROWN. A token of love to the memory of
MARY P. BROWN, who departed this life
six years ago today. THE FAMILY. •
BURNETT. In sad bnt loving remembrance
of onr dear mother, LENA BURNETT, who
departed this life two years ago today, De
cember 12, 1921.
Day by day I saw you 111.
And slowly fade away.
And often In my heart X prayed
That you might longer stay.
FORD. A tribnte of love and devotion to the
memory of our dear wife, sister ami aunt,
MARTHA CARTER KURD, who entered the
realms of eternal bliss one year ago today.
December 12. 1922.
Sweet memories will linger forever.
Time cannot change them, 'tls true;
Tears that may come cannot sever
My loving remembrance of you.
Martha, there Is pne who still will linger
At the spot where yon are laid;
Will come and bring yon flowers.
On th» grave that death has made.
There is no death; the stars go down
To rise upon some fairer shore.
And bright In heaven's Jeweled crown
She shines forever more.
GARRISON. In sad but loving remembrance
of our dear mother. ANNIE ELIZABETH
GARRISON, who departed thia life one
year ago today, December 12, 1922.
From this world of care and sorrow
To a land of peace and rest
God has taken our dear mother.
Where she has found eternal rest.
Her busy hands are folded.
Her work on earth la done;
Her troubles all are ended.
Her heavenly crown Is won.
GARRISON, la sad and sacred memory of
our dear wife and mother, A. ELIZABETH
GARRISON, who passed away one year
ago today. December 12. 1922.
3Jn iHemonam.
GIOVANNCTTI. Id sad am! lovinj* rcn»©m
brat.ee of our dear father. VINCENT Gin
> A.NXETTI, who departed thin lift- tnr- ■■
yearn a/o today. GfotmUr Ji*. ftUfO.
HARRIS. A tribute of lovo to the prorjoijM
I QP 2?.°. r * r ol,r **-lored r and daujrhb*:
JjOTTIE IIA Kills. who entered into eternal
lU**o J ear * ago turday,
Keen her, Jean*, in Th.v keeping
Till we fvu<-h the shining bhore.
'lhen, oh, Ma*t»*r. let us bar© her
Aa we did before.
HARRIS. A tribute of love and devotion
the no-rnury of mjr dear niece, IjOTTIF
llAltltlH. who departed thin life thfe**
[ belay, Heceiiiber 12, ll»2b.
| Sle. p « # n. loved «»ne, and take y our re»».
i God called you home. He thought it ;
, Hh „a\v your Muttering her#- was great
Arid «u»eri4’»J wide the golden gate.
WHINS. A tribute of love and devotion to
the memory of my Udoved friend. VIOLA
f HAWKINS (nee Uobln*<>n), who depart!.i
this life one year ago today
I cannot hear your loving voice.
Vour .Hwe*-t Minilen I rannot see
Rut let this little token show
1 still remember thee.
| I/>ved In life; remembered ir death
1 HOPKINS. A tribute in memory of KIRKE
! P- HOPKINS, who died live years ago to
| d*J- A. •
JENKINS. In the tragic death of Miss MART
L. JENKINS on Thursday, November 2h.
1D23, a surviving «i«ter and circle of friend*
! bar*- suffered * Jons past the ftower of pen
i to adequately express.
leaving home in the brightest spirits and
I highest hopes, her light went out before her
return, but to those she left there is com
fort: she wan ready.
Kind-hearted, noble-natured. loyalty per
thoee who knew her best appraise*!
her most equitably.
In thla Mcene, sad and aorrowful, we btvr
a vivid verification of an immortal aphorism
"There’s a divinity that ehare** our end*."
Till a same divinity offer* solace In sorrow
to thwse that are left.
“CJod given us lov« •
Something to love he lends ue " •
KELLER. In loving but ead rememlu-an* e rs
my dear mother. Mrs. ANN KELLER, who
departed thin life sixteen years ago tod*'.
He- ember 12. 1907.
From this world of pain and sorrow
To a land of t*aeeful rest.
'The Ljrd has taken my dear mother.
To a home of eternal rest.
KING. In memory of our dear mother. CUR
NELIA KING, who departed this life one
year ago today.
tine year lias passed, our leans Mill sore:
As time goes on we mis* her more:
Her loving smiles, her tender face.
No one can fill her vacant place.
Hubert king, and daughter, anna
McDonald, In loving remembrance of our
dear mother. SARAH A. iIcIKINALD. who
passed l«av six years ago todar, Dercm
ber 12, 1917. DAUGHTER AND SON. *
PHILLIPS. In sad but loving remembrance
of our dear wife, mother and grandmother,
who departed from us two years ago tod»>
Heeeiutier 12, 1921.
SACHEY. In sad bur loving remembrance of
my dear mother. SARAH t SAUREY. who
departed this life six years ego todar, De
eember 12, 1917.
Y’on wore a crown of patience
Through the years you struggled on:
Those hands that rest forever
Are the hands that made our home
Y'on have gone, but not forgotten.
Fresh in our minds as if today
But God has sent the angels
And taken you away.
SHERWOOD. In loving memoir of our hus
band and father. SAMUEL H. SHERWOOD,
who died one year ago today. December 12.
SHOEMAKER. In sad but loving retnem
branee of my daughter. MATTIE T. SHOE
MAKER (nee Hutton), who died In Phoenix,
Ariz., December 12, 1910.
Oh. how sad wa« the summons.
When the word came she was dead:
She left me bright and cheerful
And was brought back to me dead.
SMITH. Sacred to the memory of our dear
father, THOMAS .1. SMITH, who left us
three years ago today. December 12. 1929.
Keep him, Jesus. In Thy keeping
TUI we reach the shining shore
Then, O Master, let us have him
To love and cherish as before.
THORNTON. In sad but loving remembranec
of our dear son and father, EARL N.
THORNTON, who departed this life nn«
year ago, December 12, 1922.
We did not know the pain yon bore:
We did not see you die:
We only know you went awsy
And carer said good-bye.
If we had seen you at the last.
And held your dying hand.
And heard the last sigh from your hear:.
We would not feel so bad
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