Newspaper Page Text
(km ° f .
itee i 1 amiM The RED FRONT STORESL are tlie biggest Kelp to tKe household budget, for ourl prices permit you to save" tKe most wKile getting tKe best, Stores Closed at 1:00 P.M. Wednesdays During August A Trifile Sfiecial on three of the most necessary of all foods. VPe 1 are glad to be able to offer these savings on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Potatoes - -15 lbs., 23c Onions - - - per lb., 5c = 3c per lb. | Early June jUAI t MARYLAND PEAS Star or P. & G., 6 cakes.... 29c f T ™ Guest Ivory, 2 cakes 9c £=* A Timely Price Cut KRAFT Loaf CHEESE f Vi lb. lb. American Cheddar 23c 45c Swiss 28c 55c Pimento 24c 47c ICE COED Sultana Jams SKI 19 Bra H Made from the purest fruits without adultera- 7 m J/ J|L IS tion. it is our sincere claim that better jam can- t ' not be made. DRINKS fc? 25c jar A. & P. SULTANA IVORY SOAP Macaroni Apple Butter Flakes e o °L li* i n Large Packa «e r Spaghetti lUC 23c 3 23c Genuine Ball 4 1 i\ y white house Mason Jars Abner-Dmry s L X 7. _ _ Aged m the Wood tz Vm 9 r 67cdoz. Slcdoz. 4 Bottles, 25c Sultana Sweetheart Morton Salt Orange Suckers n IH/V Marmalade Fl « r i- R AUC 25c 2 for 5c Butt@r Za-Rex EGGS We want to emphasize the _j 5 a beverage base made Strictly Fresh b quality of our butter. It f rom selected pure fruits, m cartons comes to _ you pure, fresh, it j s S o highly concentrat- and appetizing because we that a one-pint jug will watch it carefully through make a gaUon D f rich C-? i every process. drink. Simply add water s Cut from Suverbrook and ice—*f you care to, innuKr/vtlr the tub Print use a bit of lemon or OUimyDrOOK orange. Selected, extra large 48jb. 52fb. | J"g 39c dog, i Eight OTlock, lb 33c COltee . . Introducing the Latest HtK B Sts. N.E. Will Open □ RenilwortK, Md. Saturday, Aug. 9 | —To t^ie rst customers at the above stores, Saturday, August 9, a 16-oz. loaf of Dad's JT IvuLd Bread and a pint bottle of Simpson’s Buttermilk. THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1924. BOTH SIDES REST IN FALLON ML I Defendant Asserts Birth Cer- S tificates He Holds Caused Prosecution. Hy the Associated Press. NEW YORK, August 7. —Both sides rested their cases at noon today in the trial of William J. Kallon on a Federal indictment charging him with bribing a Juror in the trial of the Durreil-Oregory stock swindling case two years ago. Judge McCllntic then dismissed the jury until tomorrow, when summations will be heard. In his cross-examination of the witnesses called by the Government in its rebuttal testimony. Fallon con tinued in his efforts to prove, as he contended as a witness yesterday, that he was "the victim of a plot on the part of William it. Hearst and the New York American to destroy him.” Admits Expenses Paid. Carl Helm of the American staff admitted that the newspaper had maintained Ernest Eidlitz. one of the STUDEBAKER *-• ’ Drrve It; That’s All Mourning Blacks Dyed 24-HOUR SERVICE I Carmack Dry Cleaning Co. j Main 1344 FUNERAL, SIOO ] Beautiful casket, ailver handler: silk or satin lined, engraved name plate, bnrial case, chain*: use of our ch»f*»l, embalming and service, all complete. SIOO. We guarantee more for the price than any one in tmrn. We show you the goods in our large show rooma—Just what we give. A Nice Casket Complete for $35 Up Finest Private Ambulances Only $4.09, Local Calls Largest Equipped in City PA IX W. W. Chambers Co. Undertaken 14th, Cor. Chapin N.W. Phone Col. 432 'll -n) 1 i i All Sizes Now in These Famous Gabardine Suits and Tropical Worsteds 15" Two Suits for S 3O The value is sensational—the buying was more so, and sizes quickly became broken. Fresh new suits have arrived to complete the size range and every man can be fitted. Stripes, plain colors, mixtures; all silk trimmed. Hot weather comfort smart style—amazing value! Raleigh Haberdasher Satisfaction Guaranteed Inc. Thirteen-Ten F Street 1 ' Government's principal witnesses against Fallon, for many months last year. He also admitted that the American paid the expenses of Eidlitz on a trip to Freeport, N. Y.. for a few weeks last summer. Victor Watson, assistant publisher of the American. caJled in rebuttal, ra asked when he first had heard of birth certificates of children “of a certain motion picture actress" tes tified to yesterday by Fallon. He said it was during the perjury trial of Charles W. Rendigs, the juror Fal len was charged with having bribed. Heard No Threats. "Did you ever hear- Mr. Hearst or any one else say that Fallon must be destroyed, or words to that effect?” Watson was asked. "I never did,” he replied, and added that it was nearly a year after Fal lon was indicted that he heard of the birth certificates. The defendant quoted the alleged Eidlitz confession, as reputed to have been made In the apartment of Billie Bennett, actress, in the presence of Miss Bennett, Fallon, Walter O’Neill and Mrs. Mona Lewis, who lived with Miss Bennett. DIES IN 96TH YEAR. Mrs. Henrietta Kelly Long Treas ury Employe. Mrs. Henrietta Si. Kelly, 96 years old and formerly an employe of the Treasury Department for 58 years, died at her residence, 2000 H street yesterday following a lingering ill ness. During the last 31 years of service with the government Mrs. Kelly was connnected with the coast guard. She was retired in 1920. Mrs Kelly’s grandmother. Elizabeth Hopkins, had the distinction of having danced with George Washing ton when he visited her home in Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Kelly was the daughter of the late Rev. Grant Powers of Haverhill, N. H.. and widow of Rev. John Kelly. Her great-grandfather, Amos Bali, a Hartford merchant, is said to have imported the first harp ever seen in this country. It was for the use of his daughter. She is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Mary C. Davis of this city, and a son. Howard M. Kelly of New York City. Funeral services will be conducted at her late residence tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock. Interment will be pri vate in Rock Creek Cemetery. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. The Writers’ League will meet to morrow, 8 p.m., at Public Library for a literary program. Th Business Women’s Council will meet tomorrow in rectory of Church of the Covenant. Dinner will be served followed by devotional, led by Charles Whitwell, and an informal talk by Miss Fannie Childs. The Red Triangle Outing Club will meet Saturday at New Cut Road Sta tion. Glen Echo car line, at 3:15 p.m., ' for picnic at new camp site. r>rn. Nelson A. Miles Camp. N'o. 1, United States War Veterans, will elect a new senior vice commander at its meeting tomorrow, 8 p.m., at Odd Fel lows’ Temple. THE WEATHER District of Columbia—Local thun dershowers this afternoon or tonight; cooler tonight; tomorrow fair and somewhat cooler; moderate northwest and west winds. Maryland Local thundershowers this afternoon or tonight; cooler to night; tomorrow fair, somewhat cooler in east portion; moderate northwest and west winds. Virginia—Local thundershowers this afternoon or tonight; cooler tonight; tomorrow generally fair, cooler in east and central portions; moderate to fresh west and northwest winds. West Virginia—Generally fair to night and Friday; cooler tonight; slightly warmer in north portion to morrow. ilerorda for Twenty-Konr Hours. Thermometer—4 p.rn., 100; 8 p.m., 91; 12 midnight, 83; 4 a.m., .79; 8 a.m., 83; noon, 95. Barometer—4 p.m., 29.81; 8 p.m., 29.80; 12 midnight. 29.81; 4 a.m, 29.79; 8 a.m., 29.81: noon, 29.80. Highest temperature, 102, occurred at 4:30 p.m., yesterday. Lowest temperature, 77, occurred at 5;30 a.m. today. Temperature same date last year— Highest, 93; lowest, 76. Condition of the Water. Temperature and condition of the water at 8 a.m.: Great Falls—Tem perature, 70; condition, clear. Tide Tallies. Compiled by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today—Low tide, 7:09 a.m. and 7;22 p.m.; high tide, 12:23 a.m. and 12:42 p.m. Tomorrow—Low tide, 8:09 a.m. and 8:19 p.m.; high tide, 1:16 a.m. and 1:38 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today—Sun rose, 5:13 a.m.; sun sets, 7:13 p.m. Tomorrow—Sun rises, 5:14 a.m.; sun sets, 7:12 p.m. Moon rises, 12:10 p.m.; , sets, 11:22 p.m. Automobile lamps to be lighted one half hour after sunset. Weather in Various Cities. S Temperature. *3B 3 ■< ~ JM S 3 -♦ e< Station*. S’ 5? =2 ° “ Weather. [ f fl Abilene,Tex. 29.82 98 72 006 Pt.eloudy Albany 29.72 90 72 0.50 Pt.eloudy Atlanta 30.04 90 70 .... Pt.eloudy Atlantic City 29.80 84 74 Clear Baltimore .. 29.78 100 78 Clear Birmingham. 30.06 92 74 Cloudy Bismarck .. 29.82 78 52 Clear Boston 29.72 92 74 0.50 Clear Buffalo 29.76 82 66 0.60 Ham Charleston... 30.04 92 80 .... Clear Chicago 29.92 74 66 1.02 Cloudy Cincinnati... 29.90 96 70 0.04 Cloudy Cleveland .. 29.84 94 6s 0.12 Cloudy Denver 29 86 88 60 Clear Detroit 29.86 88 66 0.18 Pi cloudy El Paso 29.80 96 74 Clear Galveston .. 30.02 88 82 .... Pt.eloudy Helena 29.90 78 50 Clear Huron. S 1). 29.84 76 58 Cloudy Indianapolis. 99.92 90 68 0.02 Clear Jacksonville. 30.08 92 78 .... Clear Kansas City. 29.96 82 70 0,38 Clear Los Angeles. 29.96 78 60 .... Clear Louisville .. 29 94 92 72 0.14 Cloudy Miami, Fla.. 30.10 88 76 Rain New Orleans 30.04 92 78 0.12 Pt.eloudy New York.. 29.78 92 78 Clear Okla. City.. 29.92 92 70 Clear Omaha 29.84 80 68 0.02 Cloudy Philadelphia. 29.78 96 78 .... Clear Phoenix 29.84 106 80 .... Clear Pittsburgh... 29.80 92 74 Cloudy Portland. Me. 29.74 72 60 Clear Portland. Ore 30 08 80 56 Clear Raleigh.N.C. 30.00 94 74 Clear S. Lake City 29,78 92 72 .... Cloudy San Antonio. 29.96 98 74 .... Pt.eloudy San Diego... 29.92 72 62 (Toudv S. Praneisco 29.94 62 52 Pt.eloudy St. Lonis 29.92 82 70 0.66 Pt cloudy St. Paul 29 82 .. 56 0.18 Clear Seattle 30,08 78 54 Cloudy Spokane .... 29,90 84 52 Clear WASH.,DC. 29.80 102 77 .... Clear FOREIGN. (8 a m.. Greenwich time, today.) Stations. Temperature. Weathar. London. England 54 Part cloudy Paris. Prance 60 Part cloudy Vienna. Austria 60 Cloudy Berlin. Germany 94 Part cloudy Copenhagen, Denmark 80 Clear Stockholm. Sweden 62 Part cloudy Gibraltar. Spain 70 Part cloudy Horta (Fayal). Azores 78 Part cloudy Hamilton, Bermuda 78 Cloudy San Juan, Porto Rico 82 Clear Havana, Cuba 82 Cloudy j Colon, Canal Zone 76 Cloudy CAMP ENTERTAINED. Good Will Vacationists Hear Citi zenship School Pupils. Nearly 150 children and mothers now having a cool, restful vocation at Camp Good Will as guests of the Summer Outings Committee' were agreeably entertained last night by the students of the Washington Americanization School. Attention has been drawn to the fact that this present group of campers consists of members of the families of many foreign nationalities. There are Poles, Russians, Greeks, Italians, Spaniards. FTench, Germans, Syrians and others. The program included Hawaiian music by Sophocles Pappas, assisted by two of his students, Spiros Tscu cales and O. L. Simpson; a mandolin, guitar and clarinet trio by Frank Crlmi, Paaquale Romano and Charles Solatia; a Grwok song by Peter Aetopoulos, a French song by Miss Jeanne Dagenais, and a reading by the Misses Lambadakl and Sol Or leans. After the regular program there was community singing by both students and compers led by Miss Helen Kiernan of the Americanization School. MRS. EMMA D. PECK DIES. Former Resident of District to Be Buried in Brandt, Pa. Word was received here of the death today In Binghampton, N. Y., of Mrs. Emma Davis Peck, formerly a resident of Washington, D. C., for 15 years. She died at the home of her son, Clarence M. Peck, following an illness of about three months. Besides her son in Binghamton, she is survived by four daughters, Miss Sybil Peck and Mrs. R. J. Lamb, both of this city; Mrs. W. H. McKay of Bradford, Pa., and Mrs. T. B. Newbold of Brooklyn, N. Y., and another son. Theodore Peck of Brook lyn, N. Y., and a brother, Rev. T. E. Davis of this city. Interment will he in Brandt, Pa., Saturday. LOST BANK BOOK—First Trust *nd Savings, Chi cago. 111. Return Room 208. House Office Building. Small reward. Samuel H. Thomp son. »!_ CALVES —Two brown, escaped from 4807 41st gt, n.w. Phone any information, Cleveland 1311. T. F. Riley. 8* CARD CASE —Containing fraternal cards, personal papers and a small sum of money; case lettered in gold “Anton Stephan.” If re turned to Gen. Stephan at Dulin & Martin Co., 1215-17 F st. n.w., suitable reward will be given. DOG —Pointer, male, rather large, white and brown head, a brown saddle just behind shoul der, and brown spot on left hip. Reward for information leading to recovery. Arthur Carr, Hvattsvllle. Md. GOLD MEDAL—SmaII; lyre inscribed “Jo sephine Fisher. A. B. Bowenng Medal, etc.. 1924": Monday, shopping district; reward if returned to Mrs. J. J. Fisher, Hazel Hill, Fredericksburg. Va. •_ KEYS —-Large bunch. Finder return to Red Cab office, Whitelaw Hotel, and receive re ward. 8* KObAK PICTURES —On 9th gt. car Tuesday aftefnoon, Aug. 5. Reward at 1324 A »t. s.e. Phone Line. 3200. PEARL BROOCH —Reward. Mis* Stevens, the Astoria. • PlN—Crescent and flowers set with pearls and diamonds. Tuesday. Adams 1373. Reward. PlN—Fraternity; gold and black enamel; Alpha Chi Sigma. C. Clement French. Call Line. 1272. Reward. 8* POCKETBOOK —Lady’s, brown leather, con taining man’s watch and other small articles; lost In vicinity 19th bridge. Liberal reward. Phone Columbia 10163. POODLE —White, named Skipper; license No. 1050. Reward. 921 19th st. n.w. Tel. Frauk lin 9896. 8* SCARF’ —Silk, lady's, navy blue, red figures; between Park rd. and Georgia ave. and Ingra ham st. and Georgia ave. n.w.. Wednesday evening; reward. Call North 1906. 45 V st. n.e. * SPECTACLES —Wide rim, in case bearing name Edwin H. Etz. Please return to Mr. Eta. 1217 Q St or phone Cleveland 900-W. 8* *sn—Waedar bUt. or 9th at.; poor widow. Btvarf. im £2fid -«L S SAMUEL C. LONG DEAD. Lithographer in Weather Bureau Will Be Buried Saturday. Samuel C. Long, 63 years old. a lithographer of the United States Weather Bureau for 22 years, died at his residence, 613 Florida avenue, yes terday. He had been suffering from heart disease for the last 10 years. It is stated, and his death was at tributed to that cause. Mr. Long was retired from the Government serv ice last year. He was a native of Philadelphia and came to this city in 1896, and worked for private firms for five years before entering the Government service. Mr. Mary E. Long; five sons, Harold H.. secretary of the Washington local of the Amalgamated Lithographers of America, and later was its president for several years. He is. survived by his widow, Mrs, Mary E. Long; flive sons, Harold H., Robert 8., and Frank R. Long of this city; William R. Long of Brooklawn. N. J., and Samuel A. Long of Phila delphia; three daughters, Mrs. Albert C. Conner, Miss Olive May Long and Miss Irene B. Long, all of this city, and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at his late residence Saturday after noon at 2 o’clock. Interment will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES. __ Equality-Waiter Reed Post No. 284. Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet at Pythian Temple, obligations of candidates by Gen. Lloyd M. Brett, assisted by degree team of Post N’o. 127. Refreshments served dug-out style. Rev. R. H. Walker of New York City, will preach at McKinley Memo rial Baptist Church. Subject, "The Underworld of New York.” PERSHING WILL RETIRE ON DATE FIXED BY LAW Successor as Chief of Staff Septem ber 13 Expected to Be Gen. John L. Hines. Secretary Weeks declared yester day that it is not contemplated to re tain Gen. John J. Pershing on active duty as Chief of Staff of the Army after his statutory retirement for age. September 13, and that the President has not yet designated his successor in that office. The impres sion prevails in military circles, how ever, that Maj. Gen. John L. Hines, deputy chief of stajf, will be made chief of staff when the vacancy oc curs. Gen. Pershing will devote the short period before the date of his retire ment in arranging the final details for Defense day, September 12, and will visit headquarters of nearby Army corps areas, including Balti more. New York, Boston and possibly Columbus, Ohio. GIRL AND RESCUER, 57, DROWN IN BULL RUN Occoquan Bathers Carried Down in Each Others’ Grasp, Report to Alexandria. Special Dispatch to The Star. ALEXANDRIA, Va., August 7. George M. Reader, 57 years old and Miss Helen B. Keys. 16 years old. both of Occoquan, were drowned Tuesday in Bull Run near Clifton, Va. According to word received here they were bathing when the girl went beyond her depth. Reader attempted to save her. She grasped him des perately and carried him down with her. Reader's body was recovered immediately, while that of the girl was found some distance down stream yesterday. Reader’s body will be sent to Cumberland. Md., for burial. Arrangements have not been made for Miss Key's funeral. Carb of Cfjanfes, BEALL. We wish to thank our relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sym pathy and love in the recent loss of our loved one. WM. J. BEALL AND FAMILY. • ©eatfjs. BURKE. Suddenly, Tuesday, August 5. 1924, 11:45 p.m. at her residence, 613 16th st. n.e., LAURA C. BUEKE (nee Towers), aged 65. Iteloved mother of Mrs. William H. Robey and mother-in-law of Mrs. Pearl Burke. Funeral from her late residence Fri day. August 8, 11 a.m. • CASK. Suddenly, on Wednesday. August 6, 1924. at her residence at 121 13th st. n.e.. , ELLEN E. Funeral from Zurhorst under takers. 3rd and East Capitol st*. s.e.. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to Holy Comforter Church, where mass will be said at 9 a.m. Rela tives and friends invited to attend. Inter ment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. • CRUMP. Departed this life, after a long ill ness, Monday, Augnst 4, 1924. at her resi dence, 1709 9th st. D.W., Mrs. ELIZA CRUMP, the beloved mother of Elia and Emma Crump. Remains may be seen at James' undertaking establishment Friday. Funeral Saturday. August 9, 2 p.m., from the Twelfth Street Christian Church, 12th st. between S and Tea sts. n.w. 8* EGERTON. Thursday. August 7. 1924, at her residence. 1775 California st. n.w., JULIA DONEGAN EGERTON. Funeral Friday, August 8. at 3 p.m., from chapel of John K. Wright Co.. 1337 10th st. n.w. Inter ment Rock Creek Cemetery. * HENSON. Departed this life Tuesday. August 5. 1924, at 8:20 a.m., at her residence, 425 2nd st. s.w., MARY JANE HENSON, the beloved wife of William Henson. Funeral from Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. 2nd st. between M and N s w-.. Friday. August 8. at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. 7* BtENSON. Members of the Golden Gate Tab. No. 48. will hold a call meeting Thursday, August 7, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of arranging for the funeral of Sister MARY J. HENSON, at Fishman Hall, F st.. bet. 3rd and 4% sts. s.w. Brother CHARLES RICHARDSON, W. S. ELIZABETH ANDERSON. F. S. • IVLE. Departed this life after an illness of eight days. BtLLIE NALL, beloved son of Nell and Will B. Ivin. Funeral from the late residence, 824 A st. s.e., Friday, Au gust 8, at 10 a.m. Friends and relatives invited. Interment at Cedar Hill Cemetery. JOHNSON. Wednesday, August 6. 1924. at her residence, 527 Lamont st.. MARY ELIZABETH, beloved wife of John W. Johnson. Funeral from the above residence on Thursday. August 7. at 8 p.m. Interment at St. Martins, W. Va. KELLY. Entered into life eternal HENRI ETTA M. KELI.Y. widow of Rev. John Kelly and daughter of the late Rev. Grant Powers of Haverhill. N. H. Funeral serv ices at her late residence. 2000 H st. n.w., at 11 a.m.. Friday. August 8, 1924. Friends invited. Interment private. KEYS. Suddenly, HELEN BEATRICE, be loved daughter of Helen L. Gutridge and the late David H. Keys, aged 16 years 3 months. Funeral from her late home, near Fairfax Station. Va., Friday. August 8. at 1:30 p.m. Interment at Fairfax Cemetery. 7* KOONS. Wednesday, August 6. 1924. at bis residence, Denver. Colo.. CHARLES L. NOONS, beloved husband of Maude H. Koons, aged 36. Notice of funeral hereafter. • LIZEAE. At Garfield Hospital. Tuesday, Au gust 5, 1924, THOMAS R... beloved husband of Mary E. Lizear, aged 75 years. Funeral from the chapel of Thomas S. Sergeon. 1011 7th st. n.w., Friday, August 8. at 12 o'clock noon. Services in the M. E. Church at Ashton. Md., at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment at the Friends Meeting House Cemetery, Sandy Spring, Md. * LONG. Wednesday, August 6, 1924, at his residence. 613 Florida are. n.w., SAMUEL C., beloved husband of Mary E. Long, for mer president of A L. of A., No. 13. Funeral services from the above address Saturday, August 9. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. (Philadelphia, Pa.. • papers please copy.) 8 MILLER. Wednesday. Augnst 6. 1924, MIN NIE G., beloved wife of George M. Miller, Funeral services from the late residence, 5506 9th st. n.w.. on Friday, August 8. at : 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. MUNTZ. Tuesday, August 5, .1924, *t. 8 o'clock p.m.. at her residence. 1905 33th st. n.w.. after a long illness, MARY, widow of Thomas Muntz. Funeral Friday. August 8, from Holy Trinity Church, at 9 o'clock a.m. Relatives and friends invited. PHILLIPS. Wednesday, August 6. 1924. GEORGE M.. beloved husband of Eva M. Phillips, aged 39 years. Funeral from his late residence, 711 Eye st. n.e., Friday, Augnst 8, 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friend* invited to attend. Interment (private) at Glenwood Cemetery. • REDDING. Wednesday, August 6, 1924, at t 4:30 a.m.. MARY E. REDDING. 432 10th at. s.w., beloved wife of the late William ’ Redding. Funeral from St. Domlnic'a Church. Friday, August 8, at 9 a.m. Interment Mount CUvet Cemetery.. * Beatfjs. STEWART. August 6, 1024. at his residena til Summit, X. FENWICK C. P STEWART, son of the late Walter ant Jane Fenwick Stewart; husband of Beatrict Richardson. Interment at Mount Oiiv« Cemetery Friday at 5 p m, • THOMAS. Tuesday, August 5. 1924. at 11:41 ELIZABETH THOMAS of 1714 Vermont ave n.w., beloved mother of Daisy Thomas ant aunt of James Jackson. Funeral froo Asbury M. E, Church. 11th and K sts. n.w. at 11 a.m. Friday. Relatives and friend) mvlted. • VOLUMES, August 6. 1924, at 9:45 p.m, after a long illness. ALICE W, VOLLMER beloved wife of Herman Volimer- oft 30! L st. n.w, and mother of Charles U. ant Milton R. Volimer, aged 65 years. Serv Ices at Hysong's funeral home, 1300 H st n.w., Saturday. August 9. at. 2 p.m. Frtandi invited to attend. Interment (private) a) Prospect Hill Cemetery. 8 ZIMMERMAN. Suddenly at Peaks IsUnd Me., LILLIE LEE ZIMMERMAN, ‘dSughfei of the late Archibald and Eliza F. .Zim merman. Notice of funeral later. • 3fn iflemoriam. ; ARNETT. In sad but loving memory of -mi darling mother, ELLENORA V. AEVWx who entered into real seven years ago to day, August 7, 1917. Heaven is our trust—there is no other: - And thus I hear ray angel mother say: "Lrwik up to Jesus, my dearest daughter: His hand shall wipe your Tears awav." HER LOVING AND DEVOTED DAUGHTER, ISABEL V. ARNETT MILLER; • BURWELL. In sad remembrance of tny deal father. HENRY - D. BURWELL,-Who degjart- life one year ago today, August 7, HIS - LOVING DAUGHTER, ESTELLg BROWN. CARTER. In loving remembrance of my deal husband. ROBERT ELMER CARTER. wh« departed this life three years ago today, August 7, 1921. Though days have flown and years hjvt passed Since last I saw your face. The memory of your loving heart Can never be erased. HIS LOVING WIFE, MARTHA CARTER, < DOUGLAS. la loving remembrance of -our dear daughter, BEKXADINE DOUGLAS, wb* departed this life one year ago today. Au gust 7, 1923. One sad year, with all the changes. Since death strangely hade us part:' But my dear daughter, ail the changes Cannot take you from my heart. No one knows the silent heartaches, ' ‘ Only those who have lost tan tell - - Os the grief that is borne in silence For the daughter I loved so well HER LOVING MOTHER. SUSIE DEAS- Anniverstry mass at St. Cyprian» Church August 7, 1924. . • ELLIS. Sacred to the memory of my dear husband. HENRY ELLIS, who departed this life seven years ago today, August 7, 1917. HIS WIFEJ • INGLE. In sacred remembrance of our be loved mother, KATIE BROWN INGLE, who left us five years ago today, August 7. 1919. HER CHILDREN. • NELSON. In memory of my beloved mother. NELLIE NELSON, who departed this life three years ago today, August 7. 1921. CATHERINE. • ONTUN. In sad but loving remembrance of JOHN A. OXYUN, who departed this life in his old home town. Peoria, 111., two years ago this date, Monday. August 7. 1922. HIS WIFE. LUCIE A. ON YEN, AND CHILDREN. • PARKER. In sad but loving remembrance of our beloved son and brother. WALTER G. PARKER, who entered eternal rest five years ago today, August 7. 1919. What matter though life be dreary And we tread its path alone. If when the journey is ended In heaven we will know our own? FAMILY. • PETERSON. A sacred tribute of love and de» votlon to the memory of our dear, kind parents, Mrs. LAURA T. PETERSON, who departed this life six years ago today, Au gust 7. 1918, and LEE PETERSON, August 23, 1912. Sadly missed and never once forgotten. laura and cuthbert. • PHELPS. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear aunt, GRACE E. PHELPS, who died three years ago today. August 7, 1921. HER LOVING NIECE. FRANCES. • PHELPS. HERSHEY. In sad but loving re membrance of my dear sister, GRACE E. PHELPS who died August 7. 1921, and niece. RUTH HERSHEY, July 20. 1921. A bitter cup. a shock severe. To part with ones we loved so dear: Our loss was great, we’U not complain. But trust in God to meet again. LOVING SISTER AND AUNT. MAUD E. SHEARER. • PHILLIPS. In loving remembrance of our dear sister, daughter and friend, PINKIE, who departed this life one year ago today, August 7, 1923. 'Tis sweet to.be remembered And pleasant 'tis to find. Although you are absent You still are kept in mind. FAMILY. The angels came and took her to heaven, And I find no one can take her place. A FRIEND, JOSEPH HENSON. • PIERCE. In loving remembrance of my be loved ones, my dear husband. CHARLES H. PIERCE, who departed this life one year ago today. August 7. 1923, and my dear son. CLIFTON M. PIERCE, who departed Ibis life six years ago. June 9, 1918. In my heart you are fondly remembered, . Sweet thoughts cling to your names: The heart that loved you ail so dearly yin life Loves vou in death just the same; YOUR LOVING WIFE AND MOTHER. • WEST. In loving memory of my dear brother, RICHARD WEST, who departed this life nine years ago today. August 7, 1913. What would 1 give to clasp your hands, , Your loving face to see; Your pleasant smiles made life worth while. Which meant the world to me. HIS LOVING SISTER. • FUNERAL DIRECTORS. “ JAMES T. RYAN~ . 317 PA. AVE. S.E. Model Chapel. Lincoln 141.- Private Ambulance*. .. Liverv in Connection. HERBERT B. NEVIUS 924 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. MAIN 2606. Private Ambulance - SPEARE CQ Neither the successors of nor con nected with the original W. ,H. Speare sitnyrta. 940 f st. n.w. Quick, Dignified and Efficient Service. W. W. Deal & Co. 816 H ST. N.E. LINCOLN 8200. Automobile Service. Chapel. Joseph F. Birch's Sons ' (ISAAC BIRCH) 3034 M St. N.W. YOU SHOULD HAVE Gawler Service Funeral Directors Since 18S0 Main 5512 Timothy Hanion 641 H ST N.E. Phone L. 5543. ■ WMThTSARDO & CO. 1 412 H St. N.E. Phone Lincoln 524 s : Modern Chapel. Automobile Funerals. . j” WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director anl ! Embalmer, Livery in connection. Commodioei chapel and modern crematorium. Moderata prices. 332 Pa. ave. n.w. Tel, cal! M. 1385. ‘ , THE ORIGINAL 1 [ ID.K.Speare Cto. 1208 h STREET,N.W. , ; MAIN 108 FORMERLY 940 FST ALHUS R. SPEARE WILLIS B. SPEARE I ■■■■ CLYDE. J. NICHOLS -* | Jperrj) Sc t Roy M. Perry—Main 984—Gerald Walah -1 THOS. R. NALLEY & SONS r 131 ELEVENTH ST. S.E. ■’ Undertakers. Embalmer*. s Homelike Funeral Parlors. j Phone Lincoln 480. ; J. T. CLEMENTS’ SONS, 3 1241 Wisconsin ave. Phone West 804. » 24* Frank Oder’s Sons Co. . - 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Main 2473 ’ Modem Chapel. Telephone. maul **»**» i R. F. HARVEY’S SON Richard K. Harvey. 1432 You St. N.W. 5 HOME-LIKE FDNERAL PARLORS. Pot. 2207. an7* ' NORVAL K. TABLER 1526 L St N.W. Main 1544 t FUNERAL DESIGNS -0 - a Prompt auto delivery service. Artistic—expressive—inexpensive. 1 Qudc Bros* Co*, 1214 £ St* 7