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'•■ .>1(711, straight (irr.i <<f fiouncrs. brown sport coat, mannish fnl. fullness in front. ft 'or k satin
boyish 'ollnr anil cuffs of i.rhf Worderftil material. Sir. irith r*d. while and gold cm-
I , i ■ ii |4~ , Purses and Handbags
Just Arrived for busier I rr „. yS ta . Cmfrilin %
* -_ Important Accessory
Frocks and Topcoats * n. $ 1 59
$| r cc„m,,i, l
In Cray Array | .J Spring's Demands ( / I -] J> one of the great variety
°f stv^cs included in this
The Frocks The Coats !
Lovely materials; satin is in do- Ihe sott plaid and striped mate- A stv | cs j n brocaded silks,
dried Javor. Newest silhouette; 1 *al ' n these stunning topcoats is W/vM leathers and countless in
most appealing adornments of lace. more than hall their charm Cut.on WY. V terpretations- Beautiful
, , . , . . mannish hues, with notched collar tmino-c
beads, flowers, ribbons. All spring and rerers; two bone buttons, smart
shades. 1-or women and misses. pockets; fully lined. t! 3 ° Black Broun Cra\ Tan
Also special stout models. ' Sra ~, c W'
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To in o r r ow !S e m i - An Sale
ONYX HOSIERY Si cjq
Perfect I Jose that have sold for $1.95 to $3 I *
All full fashioned —Silk or Mercerized tops Jt.
I his is the event Washington women have learned to
wait for. All perfect, full-fashioned silk hose, all-silk and
mercerized tops. !
Regular and chiffon weights; your new spring wardrobe are here
lace clocks; in a large and varied in quantities. All the various hues,
assortment of beautiful hosiery, including the always popular black,
which was made to sell at a higher Come early. Make your selections
price. The shades you want for while sizes are plentiful.
Flint floor—Thr llroht Co
r p r i urn S, •
Worsted Jersey Suits * j
Tuxedo collars and belts are sometimes of
contrasting- color, in these chic suits, so indispen- sloslo MO I
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J. L. OWENS FATALLY
STRICKEN YESTERDAY
Apoplexy Causes Death of Well
Known Resident and Masonic
Lodge Member.
I James Leonard Owens, fifty-eight, ,
years old, treasurer of the Fussell-!
'Young Tee Cream Company and a life- i
(long resident of Washington, died of
j apoplexy in his office, 1306 Wisconsin
I avenue yesterday.
| Funeral services will be conducted
Jat his residence, 2582 37th street
Mourning Blacks Dyea
24-HOUR SERVICE
Carmack Dry Cleaning Co
Main 1344
$5,000 Life Insurance for $46.90 J
At age 35—wntf dale of birth for parttc* j
niars aril illv-tratic.n. Company founded Istio. j
I Ass. lu over $500,000,001).
j M. beltoy tioft. 610 Woodward Blc*.
Insurance—All Brandies—M. 540.
THE EVENIMi iSTAH, WASIIINTiTOX. 1). C M WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, lf££
[northwest, tomorrow afternoon at
|2;30 o’clock, llev. Wiliam W. Shearer,
rector of St. Columbia’s Chapel, Kpis
copal, Tenleytown, will officiate. In
terment will bo private, in tbo Oak
Hill cemetery.
Mr. Owens was born in this city.
IHe was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John
iJ. Owens. Before becoming connected
With the Fussell-Young - company, he
i had for many years been in the flour
brokerage business. He was a direc
tor of the Potomac Savings Bank.
1 He had for many years been a mem
her of the I’otomac Lodge. No. 5,
'P. A. A. M.. ami of the City Club. He
married Miss Bertha 1,. Mitchell, a
member of an old Washington family.
He is survived by his wife and three
sons, Janies Leonard Owens., j r.;
Henry S. Owens and John Mitchell
Owens, all of this city. -1
GIVE SIO,OOO FOR RELIEF.
Unnamed Americans Make Gift to
League of Nations.
j GENEVA, April 2- —A, group of
I anonymous Americans has cabled
' SIO,OOO to the league of nations to be
; used f, r relieving 200,000 persons
i suffering through famine.
ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES.
TONIGHT.
Oldest Inhabitants’ Association will
meet, 7:30 o’clock, at X'nion Kngine
House, 19th and H streets.
An Italian evening will be featured
at University Club, 8:15 o'clock. The
Italian ambassador will make intro
ductory remarks, and Olln I>. Wanna
maker of New York will lecture on
"Italy Today.” Musical program.
Gentlemen of Italian embassy guests
of honor. Ladies welcome.
The Ottis costume recital, under
auspices of Abraham Lincoln Circle,
No. .1. ladies. G. A. It.,' will be given
at Willard Hotel, 8:15 o'clock.
The Young Italians' Club will hold
special meeting at hall of Churcli of
the Immaculate Conception.
Manor T’ark Citizens’ Association
will meet at 6210 3d street.
Women's City Club, discussion of
amendment t«• raise annual dues, and
report of nominating committee.
I'ance will be given by the Young
Men's Hebrew Association, at V, M. H.
A. building.
University Women's (Tub: S. K.
Ratcliff. British journalist, will speak
>f "The New Parliament and Its
Leaders." at a dinner under auspices
of the Women’s International League
for Peace and Freedom, at 6:30
o'clock.
The Bahai Assembly will meet. S
o'clock, at the Playhouse. Speaker;
Prof. Jcnab X. Fadil of Teheren, Persia-
West Virginia State Society will
meet, 8 o’clock. In Masonic hall, 14th
and Kenyon streets.
_A card party for the benefit of the
: Kenmoro Memorial Fund under aus
| pices of Richard Arnold Chapter. I),
iA. It., will be given at Confederate
Memorial Home, 8 o'clock.
MRS. ALINE JONAS DIES.
Expires in Georgetown Hospital.
Funeral Today.
Mrs. Aline Oibbn Jonas, fifty-nine
I years old, wile of Charles IL
i Jonas of 2121 F street, died at
(■the Georgetown University Hospital
j Monday. Funeral servie.-s were held
|at Crawler's undertaking ' establlsh
[ ment this afternoon at 2 o’clock.
■ Interment was in Oak Hill cemetery,
j Mrs. Jon.iH, who before her marriage
i was a Miss Gibbs, has; a brother,
George Gibbs, living in Philadelphia.
—' I
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
l*hil Skrridan Font, No. tl. G. A. 11.,
will Friday, 2 p.m.
J The Iliurrlet of Columbia Pnblie
I School Association has postponed its
! meeting from this date to April 0, at
IS p.m., in Franklin building.
Arrangements nre being made for
the Leap year dance of the Young
.Women’s Hebrew Association to be
•held Tuesday night, at X.'Aiglon. Mrs.
../. (Jrober la chair nan of the *ornn;lt-
Jfee in charge, other members being
! Mrs. I. }?. Cohen, Miss pearl Kirstein,
'Miss Theresa Shefferman, M isso
jYudelevit and Mrs. 11. Levy. It is
| stated no reservations will be n
jeelved after tomorrow by Mrs.
jUrober, 1511 Varnum street.
Charles Crawford Gorsl, *<(he bird
[ man." will reproduce the songs ot
| birds and lecture on their musical
! genius at the First Congregational
■.Church, 10th and Cl streets northwest.
tomorrow. Friday and Saturday after i
I noons am! evenings of this week. Mr \
jtlorst will ajipear at 4:45 o'clock ..nr i
j 8 o'clock. Admission will be free with i
a reserve-seat section.
It snow bal I tiirons by an iiuideml
bed individual near 14th and Clifton
streets northwest yesterday after
noon broke a window of a Capita
Traction car. and pieces of tl*
broken glass cut the forehead of
jMrs. J. A. Pierpont, 1938 Kenvor
(street northwest, a passenger iti tb»
I car. Her Injury was dress, d by Hr.
; Thomas Linville.
The tin a n til Pun-A inrrtcaii dance o'
Che .Spanish students of Washington
will be held Saturday night at tin
La Fayette Hotel. A feature of tin
; entertainment will be an exhibitior
lof the Argentine tango by Leltoj 11
‘Thayer and Miss Helen Lofflcr.
■ •
I tleorjtr J. McCimilty will be
;rnopolltan of the Day" at the weekly
Ijuncheon of the Cosmopolitan Club ti
*be held at the Franklin Square Hole
.tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. Matters of in
terest to the club will also be dis
: cussed.
The Alumnae tiwoeutioii, Holy
:Cross Academy, will hold a sju-'in’
; committee meeting tomorrow. 8:15
pm., at residence of Miss 11. Loughran
1407 16th street, to discuss annual
dance at City Club, April 26.
Prof. Henry Grattan Uoyle will lec
ture on "The Spanish Drama." u:
Cosmos Club, tomorrow night.
An Illustrated trayelrrgne deneriplivr
of President Harding's Alaskan trip,
will be given by (J. Man son Foote,
tomorrow, S p.m.. in Pythian Temple,
under auspices of Kq ual ily - V.a 1u- r
Head Post. No. 2*4. Veterans of
Foreign Wars. All foreign serve,; j
, men invited.
Fust Gate Chapter, No. 21. O. 11.
' will meet Friday at Mills and Khode
Island avenues northeasL Patron
Francis I. Beach will confer degrees
entertainment program.
Presents Gun-Toting- Bill.
A drastic anti-gun-toting bill for
the District of I'olumbia. prepared
i by the District Commissioners, was
introduced in the Senate today by ]
Senator Bail of Delaware. It was j
referred to the Senate District com- j
; mittee. of which Senator Ball is i
! chairman.
_____________________________
j
Carbs of tllianfe*.
BXTSCHXH. Wc wxs p. t » our tL.ncepe j
arprr' iation and thanks to our nriarhhors j
and nany friends dTring: illm**--; and at J
* th* ifoatit of our da tjrntor. Jl’LlA I
I MART BUSCURR. THU FAMILY. j
I GRKEKITTLD. M> w:*-h to .»xpr«»6s r, nr sin j
'■•re appreciation to our relatives and fnend> J
| for their sympathy, kindness sad I
floral tributes and lovely music on the a*.
, cas.’on of the death of our siriter, AGNKS N.
• «fIEKNFTELI>.
MRS. ANNA MASON AND MRS. ROSA
WARRKN.
GWLN. T to thark the ministers, choir,
relit ire*, friend* and ««K let;es for J
t their kindness and sympathy shown at the •
<l°ath of my fr>xul, Mr MARTHA ANN |
C WIN. FANNY WALKER. j
TENTJETT, I wrsh * o express rnr depp ap- j
* p-eciatiOD to onr and niauy fnemU j
for the iieautiful flo;-a) fr'Nntos riven In *
kind remembrance of my l*eiored husband. (
JOHN U. TKNLBY.
MRS. MARGARET TEX LEY. • 1
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LOST. j
' BAG—Lady's, black velvet. containing cash. I
J ryerla-sc*., keys, etc. Call Columbia 4619. 2* ,
: BAG—Blue sdk. containing money, Elgin co d '
I watch and Treasury pa-v. on Lincoln Part
■wr or at 14th and 1’ car ctop. Wnlaeolar
•nomine about 9:10 o’clock. Potomac 24*0. !
Mbs Buck. • j
; nk.M.l.i: HOl’M> Female: Mack «nd~t«ir : ’
i htrayed from 1330 S. Capitol st. s.e. sr. r*>- ;
ward. ;
i BOSTON BULL TERRIER—FemaIe" dart j
hrindle. white chest and while front logv; last ■
seen near Wisconsin are, and Woodley rci. Be I
' tarn to 3505 Woodley rd. or call Clevc. IS**, i
Beward.
BULL TBRRIKR—BIack spot over right ere; '■
answers name Pic Reward offered 4357
Ohio avr. r.w. Phone Franklin 9006 3«
: CAT—Strayed from 364 U Newatk March i
> 19, large male gray and black tiger. Phone i
Cleveland 022. Reward. 2*
1 I>OG—Small dark brown, white breast; an- I
■ewers to name Bruno; tag 12620. Keward,
-17 R n.w.
EARRING —Bloodstone, with clorer leaf. Sun j
day night or Monday morning. Return 1414
; Qne st. Liberal reward.
HANDBAG Black. underarm, containing i
glasses. Columbia 165. • j
i HOG—Hampshire bar; lost in flood froia !
Cabin John. Reward for information. dead
or slice. W. B. Swainaon. 1920 S et. n.w. 4* |
NECKPIECE—ftrcwr: fox, Sunday afternoon on !
loth st., between M and H. Finder please i
' return to 1 1IS N n.w. or call Miss llartxog, •
Franklin 3565-J. Reward. 2*
POLtCK DOGS—Two. strayed away from I
, 4727 Conn. are., one big. gray and has fall 1
i tng ear; other about 7 months old. all Ida, k.
with brown paws. Phone Clev. 2615
■ POLICY NO. sT_'47A Lost or mislaid. Issued
by the Penn Mntnal Life Insurance Company
on the life of Martha Cabani.us MaeGliee. The i
tinder will please return it to the undersigned, !
An application has been made for the issuing -j
of a duplicate. Martha cabaniss MacGtiee, J
2017 sth st. n.w.. Washington, p. C. •
PlN—Gold and Mar: of vice president geneml
of the Daughters cf the Anigri.-rn Resolution:
may have name and naffiou ii number of 1
owner engraved on reverse sisle. Rewsed if ;
! retumet to clerk of the »w Wi.laol Hotel. • j
I’lN —Lady's, gold.' set with diamonds and j
! pearls in shape of shamrock. Friday. March 1
28. Keward. Address 1401 Fairmont st. n.w., I
Apartment 509. Phone Columbia 442. 2* I
' POs KKTKUOK-- Tuesday afternoon; brown !
: silk, containing money and keys: probably j
j 14th et. enr. Reward. Miss Sullivan. Main '
X23C, Hi bits bldg. • *
| POCKKTBOOK- Containing around Ss2i 2;
keys, change. 2205 14th st. n.w. Reward. • j
j SCARF—Hnssian sable. In lioiel Washington, I
i Friday evening. March 2*. ( all North 2941. ,
i Apt. 695. Liberal reward. 2* j
'SPECTACLES--Shell rimmed, in case. Please j
j return Room 298. House office bldg. Reward. • i
WALLET—BIack leather, containing a *2ij i
I bill and several ones. Eastern Star card. Mrs. !
! TTealy, 1909 M st. Main 7767. Reward. 1
1 WRIST WATCH, white gold, initials .1. A on 1
i Georgia ave. n.w.; liberal reward. Call!
1 Adams 2470. 2* j
! WRIST WATCH—White gold, between Ist and i
: B n.w., 6th and Eye s.w. Return 901 6lh I
| «t. s.w Frank. 6440-R. HewnriL
I 115.0(1- March 31st. between 14th and G sts. i
j and Palais Royal. Reward. Address Box !
j 28-Y. Star office. 2* j
LOST,
I Strayed or stolen —German po-,
lice dog", answers to name of
; ‘‘Cole." Brown with black mark
ing, about one year old; holds
erect. Last seen in the vicin
[it}* of Friendship. Heights. Be- 1
ward. Address Box 4,3-V. Slar|
; office. :
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
j GEOTC SHAFFER \
! KXTHBSSIVE FLORAL F.MBIJIMS. POO 14TH |
AT MODERATE PRICKS. at. n w.
f TTompt auto delivery sent 100.
Artlatlc—expresnive—
Gude Bros. Co.. 12 J 4 F St.
I We in floral j
i Designs at'Moderate
8&k&
HP* VH. STSt M.V MAIN 6953,
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MCDONALD. Avon. born Tuesday. April I.
1934. to .losoj.li A. ami Mary F McDonald
of Lauliani, M«I. •
Beatfjs.
BLANTOHD. WHurwiiT. Ajiril 3. 1 934,
JAMES BENSON W.AM’imiJ. Jr.. beloved
«on of Jam e s Benson «uij .lino] J| Ini Jarlioe
- Blandfoni (nee Muddc Funeral 'nmroday,
April 3, from tin' undertaking parlors- of
JarnoM J'. Kyan. 317 Pennsylvania ave. s.e..
ill 9:30 I.in., tb-nee to St. Joint's Fhtir.ii.'
I'i inf on. Mo., whore mass will is* said al
II a.m. liitoriii.nl I'Jinton. Mil.
CISSBLL. Passed i«eae* fully into otornal rest,
after a brief iiln.-ss, on Ajiril 1, 1934, at
her res:.tom e, non Ark. r st. n.e.. ( AKRTK
OBRIEN (DWELL. loving wife of Jerry
M. ("is sell anil bei..ved sister of Florence
" llllanis. Mamie Barton, diaries, .lames
ami George O'Jirien. Funeral wrvlees at
Eheneaer A M. K. Iluircli, u at. I ..tweet,
37fli ami 38llt sis. n w..‘ on Friday. April 1,
I 1 ;30. (mu. Reinlives and friends invited
to at total.
j After life's fitful fever, she sleeps well. 3»
I 3 SSELL, The oflleers anil members of tlie
1 Ladies of Olive Immediate Belief S.eieiv
! ill. hereby notilied of the death ..f U-ioveil
I rc-der CARRIE <i. (’IRSKLIj and are request
icl te meet at ni.eneaer A. M. K. Chnreh. O i
sf. between 27tii and 28th sts., Friday, April i
I. at 1 o’elock, lo attend the funeral of'our !
In., sister. LFCRETIA fit ASH. I'rea. !
MARY M SMACK I'M. Itee. See. • j
CISSELL. .Tniia Met. Henry Auxiliary. > 11.
niv and Navy I'nion. announce* Hie
Oealli of Corn fade i \KUIK C'ISSKLL. wiio
died April 1, 1934. Funeral Friday, April 1.
1:30 p.in.. Kimnezer A. it. K. Chur-h. O si.
It tween 37th and 3Slii sts. n.w. x.lliform,
while, fall meeting Thursday. 7:80 -in 1
odd Fellows' Hall
BERTHA KEY. laidv fommamler.
F.MMA A.NDERMON, l*dy Adjt.
iIf.LIUS, At Garfield lluspitai Tursdav. 1
April I. 1934. at 8:30 p.m.. HARRY E.
1 11/LtrS. aged year--. Funeral from th- i
. . Impel <f Tliomas S. Sergeon, 101 l 7tii -I. i
i W.. Friday. April 4. al 3 p.m. Relatives J
and friends invited to attend. laleVment i
(private) at R.kek Creek eernetery. 3* j
vII.L. Sunday. Marefa 30. 1931. at National i
Soldiers' Home. Va.. CHARI.KS |J.. aged ,
S 3 years. Funeral from 1133 Morse -t. n.e
Thursday, April S. at lo a.in. Interm-nt 1
I Arlington cemetery. 3*
>L£XK. Suddenly. Tuesday. April 1, 1934. '
at hia residence, 1714 Coreoran at. n.w., 1
.1 IVIES S.. tieloved huetiai.il of Alice ), '
• l.'enr. (nec Toney). Funeral from the above
residence. Friday. April 1. at 8:30 a.in , J
neme to St. Paul's Catholic Church, wm-re I
inuse will la* s*id al 9 a.in. "Interment Ml. |
olivet cemetery. 3 i
| VOUCHER. April 1. 1931. at hi* home. Cher i
rydnle. Va,. HENRY OorcilKU beloved !
hustmnd of Belle Ooneher (nee Gineji-iel |
Funeral from his late residence, at 13:30 {
I in . Thursday. April 3. Iniennenl Arling I
1 foil uafiori;:! rn»*l«-ry at 1;30.
HARMON, Tnesdar.' April 1.193 i, IJKLIiV :•
ELIZABETH HARMON beloved daughter of !
I * it limest K and Harriette A. Harmon I
1 nei-a! from i.er 'ate residence, 413 Holwi
n.w.. Thfirsday. April 3. at II o'clock !
interment in Arlington cemetery.
j LEASTS. Departed this life Mondav March ;:i !
1934 at 1 o'clock p.m Mrs. MATTfIi LEWIS - . i
beloved wife of As’mrv Lewis and loving
Mster of Let it la ('leaves ami Uiulsu layloir 1
I nneral from Vermont Avenue Raid sf '
Cnurrh. Friday. April 4. at 1 pm. Rev *
James K. Willis, jiastur. Re’atoes »- .! '
friends invited. ;; ;
LEWIS. Officers. and members cf Zip;.ora '.
ler.i. No. 1.7*5. are he rr .j, r notilied to attend
the raj! meeting at 120.7 Ton si. n.w. ar-
r *nee for tise funeral . f ottr late secretarv
MVTITE R. LEWIS, Wednesdar \*,ri' ■'
1931, at S p.m.
CFCKLTA TEMPLETON. Leader
BETTY WILLIAMS. Rceotder.
j MITCHELL. Departed this life. Tneodar '
»Vi’wJ-neT? 24 A a .' ' an> • Mrs ELIZABETH
. Milt HELL, beloved mother of Mrs \....;
! Mahoney. Mrs. (iraee Fields; srandm-.ih. - ■
I of Thelma Mahoney. Funeral . Saturday
) April .7. from her laic resitjeni-e. ;y;yi n,'
1 st. n.e. Interment Asbnrv Church )!■' *t
I p.m. '» I
■ OWOfis. Bnd*le uly. Tuesday rrnrn r.r \..i ’
i 1. 1934 JAMES L. OWENS, lie’.oved hnsliand
if Bertha L. n»i-n-. KnnenC. Thu mist
April at 3:30 o'clock p.m., fm.n: i,is ;»*e
residence, 2582 37th sf Relatives *,„d
friends invited. Interment private •
PAYNE. The funeral of Private CHIFITV
PAYNE. Company C. 372di1 Infantry, who
died in France five years age. wilt take
I place Thnrsdsv. April 3. 1924. a" 2;30 p.m
: Arlineto.t national imuterr Friends .iml
relatives invited. •
RICKETTS. Apeil l. 1934, at *• :'.(> :• ni al
h s residence, Rockville. Md, FRIAH RICK i
FTTH, in his *H*tfi year. Fnaerai Tinirsdav 1
April 3. from St. Mary's Catholic Chur-h! 1
Rokrille. Md. Interment Rockville eemi
1 f " 7 '
i EOTSTON. Tuesln momiug. \pr;l 1. 1924
at his horn*- in r.eeslejrg. Vs.. <SKORC,I
* t . ROTSTitV. aged TO years. Funeral Thors
■lay afternoon. April (Fani)uier and ,
J Londnnn county juiper* pleas copy, i
1 8CAGCS. Tuesday. April I. 1924. MART E
wife of th<* la!** Riehar.i A. Scagg.-. Fn )
| nera! from the residence oi her sister. Mr".
•1. w. Cooke, t Banner st.. Hyattsville, Md..
! Friday. April I, at 2 p.m. Interment pri j
| SEBB.TN. Suddenly. Mar h 34. 1934, at Salem
' y> . Va., RA YMOND E. SF.RKIN of Wash.
, ington. I). C. i nner*: services Thursday
1 April 3. at 9:1.7 a.m.. a* S. H Hines' fu
neral parlors. Burial Holy Rood cemetery. •
: SPRIGGS. Ail members of the Rose of '
; Ruarcn Household of Ruth. No. 443. »;. L of !
; O. T.. are notified of the death of onr sis- 1
• ter, AMELIA SPRIGGS, who was a charter !
member. Officers are requested to meet at j
! Kbenezer M E. Church. Ith and D sts. se . I
Friday. April 4. at 12:30. All members are
reynested lo he present at 1 p.m. to attend :
the funeral. By order of the household.
MRS. BERTHA DAVIS M. X G.
RACHAEL A. HAWKINS. W R,
TAYLOR. All officers and members of i
Jerusalem Lodge. No. 2. A t . A A. AL. ;
S. R. s.. Internationa! Masonic lederation. ;
a-e notified to nttead a call meeting at
Masonic Trntp'e. 1111 19tii st. n.w.. Wednes }
day. April 3. at <5 p.m.. t.. arrange f or the 1
funeral of Brother JOHN B. TAYLOR
GEO. K. CROSBY. R. \\ '.M. !
GEO. C. QFEEN. W Sec. • I
THOMAS. Monday. March 31, 1934 at 4:1.7
p.m., at her residence. 3823 Donaldson pi
n.w.. Tonleyrown. D. c.. FENTON ELIZA- i
BKTII. write of the Jate Ethelhert Thuinas ‘
and devoted nu.Uier of Mats*: *l:. and Marv !
Thomas and foster-mother of Robert Thomas.
Funeral Thursday. April S. al 1 p.m.. front
Rock Creek Baptist Church. Rev. W A.
I Jones, paster. Friends- invited. Interment i
at Payne’s cemetery. •
; WATERS. Departed this life Homin' Manb
i 31. 1934. at his residence. 1322 Sst n.w .
SAMFKL W. WATERS, beloved litisband of
Effie K Waters and loving father of Viola
Si.Tiday and grandfather of Ruth Waters.
I'tmerttl Thursday, Aj>nl 3. at 1 p.m.. fern:
hia late residence. Relative- sttd friend
invited to attend.
Fast h's «n(Vet.ng.
Past his pain—
Ottr loss ,s but heaven - gain.
THE FAMILY
WILLIAMS. Monday. March 31. 1934. at 7 4.7 '
| a m.. JENNIE, devoted mother of George B.
i Williams. Remains at 334 l> sf, s.w. Vu
; nera I Thursday. April 3. at 1 o’clock, from
Vermont Avenue Baptist Church. It-)*
lives and friends invited.
, Dearest mother, you have left me
I will miss your loving care •
.WILLIAMS. Ladies’ Ciiffi Rock Society; Von
are hereby notified of the death of Mrs.
j JENNIE WILLIAMS, and requested to at
j tend the funeral Thursday. April 3. 1921. at
( 1 p.m.. at Vermont Avenue Baptist ( tmreb
!•• PAI Lf-VE MARSHALL. Pres. ,
; JENNIE BARNES. Fin. See.
i TITLE. Tuesday, April 1. 1934. at his resi
t lienee. 303 East Poplar am.. Clarendon. Va.. '
I JHHN Al. VCLK. 79 years, father of J.
! Herbert J. Yule. Miss Rose E. Yule and .
| William H. T. Yule. I'nneral services at
] Neville' pa rims. 924 New y, jr k a ve.. Wed
-1 nesday, April 2. at ,7 p.m. Please omit (
j flowers. Interment at Brantford. Untario. •
ZITBERANO. Tuesday. April 1. 1924. al Gar
i field Hospital, ROBERT 11.. beloved husband j
of Bertho M. Zttberano. Funeral from his
I late residence. 1(922 18th st. n.w.. on Tbnrs- I
i day, April 3. al 2 p.m. Relatives and friends i
invited. Interment Prospect Hill cemetery. 2 1
?n iflemonam.
' BROWK. An expression of but loving re- j
mwnbranco cf my grandmother, KI.IZA
j BROWN, who departed this life three years |
! ago today. April 2. 1921.
A loving c rand mother, so poo.l and kind. !
: No friend like her on earth 1*!I tin!.
Thy motive then, [y*nl. I could not see.
i Bnl all is well that’s done l»v Th^e.
HKIM;KAM»1»AI.«;IITKB. FA.VMK BIaAIU.* .
BEOWN. t** tin* memory of my d**ar j
mother. LIdZA BROWN, who fell asleep in !
Jes?js three yeurh ago f*>day, April 2, 1921.
Oft in my iieart coroes a bitter cry.
“Why. oh. why. did mother die?”
Then eomes an answer, softly and sweet.
[ “Mother’s not dead: she’s only asleep.” |
, Since yon are asleep. I bid you sleep.
And take your quiet rest.
• She has rone where the *ou! hath rest
And the rares of life are done;
i Where the ones that lored her f*e<t
i Will meet her, one by one.
m u I‘Kvotkd BAraiiTKK. i a.vnie i
BOWYKR. AM> ( HILI)KF*X. • i
CUKMXNrrS. In Jovlnp remembrance of our 1
i darlinp lit lie daughter and sister, who de- •
I«arted thii* life April 2, 1923.
Krery day brings ba* k sweet memories.
J Kvery memory brines tear.
Beep within our !,carts wo cherish
j Thoughts of darlmp Rita, whom wo lored
so dear.
No one knows the «ilont heartache.*
Only those who have lost can tell
Os the pries that is borne in silence
Os darling little Kita we loved so well.
MOTHER ANT) BADDY. •
CITMICXKGS. A tribute of love to the mtm*
ory of my darling little niece. RITA MAR.
OAKET, who died one year ago today. April
Just a line of sweet remembrance.
Just a token fond and true
Proas a heart that long* for vou.
AUNT MARGARET. •
I 3n JHfmoriam.
CUMKISGS. In memory of RFI* CUM
MINGS, mho died April 2. 1923.
There w»h a vacant scat in heave*
That was not quite complete.
So God called my darling sister
To fill the vacant seat.
LONELY SISTER DOROTHY. «
CT7TOIXN6S. In memory of my beloved play
mate RITA, who died April 2. 1923.
God wanted another ange!
To plant in Hl* garden so fair.
So He clasped my little playmate's baud
And transplanted her over there.
Dancing, laughing, bright and gay.
We could hear iter little feet play :
Sleep on. little playmate, and take your re»t,
We all loved you dearly, but God loved you
best.
YOT’R LITTLE FLATMATE. DOROTHY
I’ETTT E.
FOLEY. In loving remembrance of our dear
father. DANIEL FOLEY, who departed this
life thirteen years ago today, April 2. 1911
Anniversary tea-- at St. A lor si us Chnreh.
UIS SONS. •
GREEK. In memory of our dear raothei
MARTHA ELEN GREEN, who died one von
ago today, April 2. 1923.
We eannot forget you. dear mother.
While in this world we stay,
l or our hearts have never been the san
Since the dav yon passed away,
' HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. MILDRED
I JAMES. MART AND ELLIS. *
i HAMMER. RICHARDS. Sacred to the nieme-y
I of our !»eloved ones, our father, t apt. AL
FRED RICHARDS, who died ten years age
today, Ajiril 2. 1911. and dear sister. JOSJE
HAMMER, who died live years ago todav
April 2. 1919. MAME AND GRACE *
HILL. In sa«i • hut lorinjr remembrance .v
«»nr loving lin'barxl and fiith»-r. HAMI 111
HILL, who left ns four years a;r r *
j April 2. 1920.
lar beyond tlii* world of chaujo.
I'ar iK-yohd thlft world «>f c*r»
W» -hall find our treasur*
. In fit:r 1 alhcr’K mansion fair.
Ar.d while Lc lie** in i
Ills memory w<* always keep.
I IMS LOVING WIKK AND DACGIiIKI:,
1 ANNA B. AND LILA HILL,
j LOSSAU. In -td but lorinjr pr-m^rrbranco H
j our dear mother. BALBINA I>JSh»AU, w/
• dooarted this life e v ight years ago todajk
» April 2. 191*1.
. HKR DKVOTKD DAIGHTLRS.
t AN DUKAS AND »ilj*iA WISCHOrF. 4
j METYXR. Sa red to the memory of «.ur dcarf
I hr loved mother. FKIUDA K. MKYER. v$
j left cs «o suddenly two yean* ago tod •
! April 2. 1922. *
j \ mofi;er*« the precious gift of <id
Will live forever in our heart* and guide ..
SONS AND DAUGHTKU. •
< PARKER. In vad but loving
} of my dear nephew, .1A MLS A. BAUKKII
who departed this life fiix year* ago *oda’
I April 2. 1918. TjOVING A I'NT MADGIK •
; PARKER. In sad-and loving remembrance
I uij dear son. JAMEB BAUKKIL who <b-
I purte«| thi< life s:x \*ars ago today. Apr
2. 1918.
don", but net f-raotlen.
Ills LOVIN'- MOTHKU. ELIZABETH
uuom:
* SAYERS. In loving tr v -ut*- to r-r memo-T -
j my dear mother KATHERINE SAYKKS
who d<*parted r hi-> life < igh: years ag
April 2 Ibid.
HER SON THOMAS SAYERS. *
SEIS. In aud .*»ving remembrance of n •
treioved lnifbatel anti father. dKOROF U.
SKIS, who parte.] tin* life one rear a.
today. April 2. 1922.
I can never forget tom. dear.
While in thin world I Htav,
My heart ha* reaver l*er-n the
Sins-e you pas-cd away.
Sweet memoric* will linger 1 nrcre-
Time •anrt'U change there. *? s tri.
Y*ars tliar may «-f.me cannot *evrr
My Ir.v - g rememhranee **f tom.
HIS U)VIN*. Win: AND BMSY ASM.
\Nf) GEORGE.
, SETS In vad and loving -entcmlir.iDcf o f ’ t
t*. loved MP. HEOIDvK U. .nKIS. Who .
1 thi~ iif- one } “dr ago today. Apr.'
1 Jti'i when your life wa- brjgh:e<f
Ju-t wiiFr your hopes were pevt
Ciod i.a*- Tak'-n you from th»« vorid *»r pa
T<* a home «*f eternal re«*i.
HIS L*)VIVL AND 1 ATIH I
SFTS. In !• ..z rerremhran e of m*- .•
4
life *nc year ag" today. April 2 3921>
N*. -mlv n. \ h.nging.
But few have veen me weep.
I *ncd my tearv fron. an aching •v»
While other- are fa*-? a-i«.cp.
< irronnded ?»y tr end-- I am lAne r om-
In the tu idat r.f all I an fthic.
A smile on rrsy fare, but u heart*.
]?reib»T. I am thinking if you.
DIM U
: TATE. In lot r:g -emembrance of m; ■
vS.?er. MA'T.Y L. TATE 4 nec f'ntvlo i
i v\ h»* departed this Ife .. t4 c ago. a
2 1923.
Just a though of vwce* rentin'or-iti ••
Just :i memory -rd and t-i.c:
.1 -t the Iov« and Bmcp: devot er.
•»f tue one who thinkv of you
llliU BROTHLU. J. U. »
■THOMA S. In but loving .ememSraij
\ *.nr *Wr -on and hnithcr. WILI.IAV
♦ THOM \S. wlio est thr**e jear« ir»
April 2. 1921. aged 19 year*.
; We'‘-annot tell who next may fall
Beneath the #*ha‘-ten:ng r*>d.
Due must be first; hut let n* al.
Prepare to meet our Bon
HIS U)Vl\'. MOTHER. EMMA THOMA'
and uiu'THFu Joseph
TIMPF. In «ad but b-ving r^Tnemlimr.i«
my d* srly l*«di*ved mother. ANNA TIM I T
who departe*i this life or.o year ago tod*-
; April 2. IDITi.
I IIIIU HEIAiVED DAUGHTER. MARTI! \
NT* HOLS.
; WILLIAAIS. In but loving ■■
I Os my dear mother. JULIA 1.. WILLI A
who departed this life twenty-<»ne yea*
ago today. April 2. 1903.
I stand upon thi- mortal rolling world
And gaze iip**n the -uar-strewn skies ah<;»v<-
But brighter, - ill. there shines within my
heart
Th'- meni’rj of My mother’s !on>
The endless fi.-< «.f birth and life and d* a
Unit** »mr -oui* ;u l*ond> to wontlro.
sweet ;
I wait the migh’y trumpet’- -oundmg
Up*».»n the day «i,'-n oqk a gam w* me#'*
1 HEP. SON ROBERT. -
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