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CHARGED WITH ATTEMPT
AT FELONIOUS ASSAULT
Man Released Under $2,500 Bond
After Young Woman's
Charged with having made an at
tempt to feloniously assault Miss
Marie Gilbert, 21, 1309 C street, early
yesterday morning, Elsllo Bona, 31,
i<l3 O street, was released on bond
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\ The makers have put the ideas of the well $
dressed young men of this country into the new
Fall models. These young men really designed
them. The easy-fitting, informal styles are just §
the way they want them. The values are the
way they want them, too; a lot of fine all-wool
quality for every dollar you spend.
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C All ßuick closed car bodies
n || are Fisher-Built.
07//have the new Fisher
one-piece self venturing
/ noteworthy refinement
. / in closed car design.
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Buick leads in closed-car value
Buick Motor Company
Divicion of General Motors Corporation
Fourteenth and L Streets N.W. Telephone Franklin 4066
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in the sum of $2,500 last night for
his appearance In Police, Court. Two
charges of speeding and one each
of cutting a comer, failing to obey
a signal and driving On the wrong
side of the street also were preferred
Sergt. Miskell and Private Croissant
of the park police arrested Bona last
night on the traffic charges and lock
ed him up at the first precinct police
station, and it was after his arrest
that Detective Kane of the first pre
cinct preferred the Viore serious
Miss Gilbert alleges that Bona sum
THE EVENING BTSH. WASHTOGTOK, P. 0.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1924.
moned her to his plaos of business
early yesterday morning under ths
pretext that she was wanted at the
telephone, and before she could take
hold of the reoetver, she allege* Bona
grabbed her and made an attempt to
Sleep Walker Went Five Miles.
Hatless, barefooted, wearing pa
jamas with a broad red stripe, and
carrying under his arm a parcel re
sembling a banjo, a man of Brighton,
England, was discovered to have
walked In his sleep to a village Ave
SIX PERSONS INJURED
0N DISTRICT STREETS
Two of Accidents Caused by Bi
cycle*—little Girl Among
Six persons were injured In traffic
accidents yesterday, two of them by
Bruce P. Branson of 3807 Ingraham
street sustained severe Injuries to his
head when his automobile was over
turned following a collision with a
Government car, driven by R. A. Bea
man of Silver Spring, Md. The acci
dent occurred at Nineteenth and T
streets. Branson was taken to Gar
Raymond Newton of 850 Forty
eighth street northeast ran his bicy
cle Into eight-year-old Verna Early,
922 I street. She was treated at
Emergency Hospital for contusions
of the head. The other bicycle acci
dent involved a collision between two
riders. Donald Allen. 1315 Thirty
fifth street, and an unidentified negro
boy. near 13th artd O streets. Three
of Allen's teeth were knocked out
and he was treated at Emergency
Nathan Fawcett, 60 years old. of
1026 Fifteenth street was treated at
Casualty Hospital after being run
down by a motorist. Theodore Pink
new. colored, 818 Odd Fellows court
southeast, was treated at the same i
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J*. Andrew Betz, Manager Fl*
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MTIL 1617, the apothe- S
es’ shop was also the
rhborhood grocery store. ...
customers found arsenic B
the salt or assafoetida ||
—well, ‘in modem par- m
ere “out of luck.” • • |
thank the late Kin? m
gland for changing thk f|
and the druggists were
nd that monarch, who t
li against the “grocers’ m
ed an absolute divorce. • |
is the beginning of real U
grocery stores. m
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'lose crude beginning* p
century grocer yd om J|
lean, safe, wholesome .
ore* nearby wherever m
Ind AAP Stores have ||
in the vanguard of p
in Washington and H
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hospital for a fractured leg as a re
sult of a similar accident. Thelma
Stall, colored, 1109 Third street, was
taken to Freedmen's Hospital after
having been slightly Injured by an
PRINTERS GO TO CHICAGO.
Typothetae Members Leave Next
Week by Special Train.
A 12-car special train will leave the
Union Station next Tuesday for Chi
cago with delegates to the International
convention of the United Typothetae
This train will be known as ‘‘The
President’s Special." In honor of In
ternational President George K. Horn,
and will pick up delegations along the
route at Baltimore, York, Pa.; Harris
burg, Pa.; Altoona, Pa., and Pittsburgh,
Pa., arriving In Chicago Wednesday
morning at 8:30 o’clock. The Phila
delphia and Lancaster delegations will
meet the special at Harrisburg.
CITY NEWS nr BRIEF.
Reserve Officers’ Association will
meet Thursday, 8:15 p.m., In audi
torium of new Interior Department
Building. Lieut. Col. Aristides Mo
reno, G. 8. of Training Branch G-8,
War Department, will iecture on his
experiences In the Contre Espionage
Service. Intelligence Section, G. H. Q..
A. E. F. All officers U. 8 .A. invited.
Bible discourse meeting tomorrow,
7:45 p.m.. at 421 G street. Free to
all. No collection.
MRS. W. CHURCH DIES
Wife of Headmaster of National
Cathedral School Succumbs
After Long Illness.
Mrs. William M. Cfiurch, wife of
the headmaster of the National Ca
thedral School for Boy*, died Sunday
evening at Johns Hopkins Hospital,
Baltimore, after an Illness of sev
eral months’ duration. The an
nouncement, made to the school yes
terday, brought real grief not only
to the student body and faculty, but
to the prevents ol every pupil of the
institution, by whom Mrs. Church's
ability, sympathetic understanding of
boys and personal charm were ap*
predated in the highest degree. Sim
ilar sentiments will be felt by many
alumni of the school and members of
their families, Mr. and Mrs. Church
having been In charge of St. Alban's
School for the past 10 years.
Mrs. Church, who was Miss Edith
Gray of Nantucket. Mass., will be
buried there tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock. At the same hour a me
morial service will be held in Beth
lehem Chapel, Washington Cathedral.
An operation performed at Johns
Hopkins Hospital last Wednesday,
from which she failed to rally, was
the Immediate cause of Mrs. Church's
death, although she had been In 111
health all Summer. A graduate of
Packer Institute, New York, and with
special degrees from Columbia Uni
versity, she was well versed In the
teaching profession. She was a mem
ber of the Girl Scouts Council of the
District of Columbia and was promi
nently identified with a number of
charitable and other organizations.
She is survived by her husband, and
by a son, William B. Church, who
graduated from the Cathedral School
last June and who is now a student
at Hamilton College.
SAYS NEGRO CONFESSES
CAUSING FATAL WRECK
By the Associated Press.
CARLYLE. 111.. October 7.—Sheriff
William Regan announced yesterday
that George Williams, negro, had con
fessed that he had broken the switch
near Aviston, 111., where the fast Bal
timore and Ohio train No. 12 was
wrecked late Friday evening, result
ing in the death of Engineer Carl Van
Allman and injuries to a number of
The negro also confessed, it was
said, that he was connected with sev
eral other railroad accidents,
Williams. 20 years old, was ar
rested on the morning after the wreck
and was brought here for question
Williams gave no reapOTi for want
ing to cause the wrecks.
Mourning Blacks Dyed
Carmack Dry Cleaning Co.
What Can He
Give for $75
Has often been asked about
Here’s what Chambers ac
tually furnishes for $75:
Clack or gray or oak casket,
burial case, hearse, cars, crepe,
use of chapel, newspaper no
tice—and best service, includ
ing embalming and proper
preparing of body.
Clumbers’ $165 Funeral in
cludes couch casket trimmed
with silk velour.
Best Steel Vault, SBS
Ambulance, J;"™ 1 $4.00
W. W. CHAMBERS
Dependable Funeral Servlee
14th and Chapin Sts. N.W.
AIREDALE. full grown, male. Apple Wash
ington Animal Rescue league, 340 Maryland
DOG—Small. white. curly-haired. Owner.
phone <'levelai'd 3241.
FOX TERRIER—Tan. male; poodle, white
with brown spots, male; part hnnnd. ronng
dog. dark brown, male, seal brown pointer
lame foreleg, male. The Washington Animal
Rescue league. H4f> Maryland ace, s.w-
HANDBAG—In neighborhood of Tenter Mar
ket: will return same to person describing
contents and paying for ad. Ben Bailey
11th st. wharves s.w. •' '
THOKKR —Stone Marten. Thursday afternoon
Reward. Line 423*. •
COWHIDE BAG. contents; Sunday, on road
Riverdale to I,anham. Return Box 164 Hast
Kails Church. Va. Reward g*
DOG—Brown collie, short hair: answer name
Boy Burton. Cnion Trust Bldg. M. 2800.
DOt;—German poliee. dark gray, about 28 i
inches high. Finder will please return to 1529
Mass, ave. s.e. •
DOG —Brindle Bull, white markings; truui I
1114 Blh st. s.e.; reword. I.ineoin C 477. 7«
DRESS—On Tark rd. bus or Mt. Pleasant car I
line, one-piece dress, with piaited skirt at- I
laehed. Call Col. 3774 after 6. Reward. •
FALSE TEETH —Unfinished set. and pair of
silk gloves. Reward. HS4U. Morton st. n.e.
FUR NECKPIECE—Two-skin sable, on N. T.
ave. bet. 9th and loth ats., or on loth st. bet.
X, Y. ave. and Washington Hotel. Liberal re
ward if returned to desk at Washington Hotel.
HANDBAG-Hound. Saturday, in or near Cen
ter Market. Annie M. Kar. Address Box
27-P. Star office.
HUB CAD. electric auto: Mass. ave. nelr
24th st. n.w. Reward If returned or owner
notified. W. C. Borden, 2306 Tracy pi. n.w.
MASONIC WATCH CHARM. 82 . last Mondal.
Return to 1535 Girard ave.. Philadelphia, and
receive reward. •
PAIHAM'K —On Pa ave. or 2nd st. s.e.. a
bronze padlock with bunch of kevs. Please
notify Wm. M. Hanft. North 8373
PAY—By working girl; small hla.-k change
purse: almut <18: reward. Franklin 11243.
PIN. circular platinum, diamonds and-(ifT
phlres, in vicinity Lee House. Reward. David
A. Hart. Asst I'. S. Attorney.
POCKKTBOOK. lady's, with initials P. T. H..
near Connecticut ave. bridge Monday eight.
2308 Ashmead place. Apt. 4. Reward. »
POCKKTBOOK— Gray, oil Georgia ave., by
self-supporting student. Reward. Adams 443.
POC'KETBOOK. brown: bank book on Prince
Georges Hank, pair reading glasses, money
and valuable papers lost in Duteh Market or
vicinity. Write Mrs. Nellie A. Wlllbolt, Lan
POODLE —French female, white; answers to
the name of Fluffy. Return to 2142 L at.
n.w.. and receive reward.
RING—GoId, Sunday; raised letters A. N.;
set with small stones; heirloom. Reward
1330 L st. n.w.. after sy.m. L. McCarty. 8*
ROSAKY—Silver; owner's name engraved on
cross: lost Sunday, cither front of Dominican
College. Catholic University, or 1011 Que at
n.w.; Tt reward. Return to 1220 13th st.
n.w. Franklin 8563.
SIDE CURTAINS, two small, on Pa. ave. near
Minnesota ave. s.e. Reward. Call Main 3509
between 9-. V -
SPECTACLES—Horn rimmed, In black leather
ease; between ball park and Chevy Chase,
Saturday. Boom 113. McKinley High School.
STAR BROOCH, pearls and diamond, between
1431 Harvard and 1734 New York »ve. or 26th
and G car. Reward. Phone Col. 8624-J. S
TOP RAINCOAT. lan cravenette, at world
series game. Washington Base Hall Park, after
the game Sunday afternoon. Left on seats 287
and 238, row 10. center field temporary stand
pavilion. Reward if returned or information
given to owner. Harry 8. Welch, 15th and
New York ave. Tel. Main 4346.
WATCH—One large double-case gold, with
ribbon attached to gold fob; initials, "H. W.
B. lower point Speedway Lawn. Reward.
Main 121. or 1530 B st. 'n.w. »
WATCH— Lady's gold wrist-watch, monogram
*%. O. 0..” striped wristband; at Lee liaa
alon. Arlington Cemetery; reward. Phone
* Cleveland 1514. 7*
ASKS LABOR’S SUPPORT
OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Mrs. Bose Yates Forrester Prin
cipal Speaker at Club
A strong appeal for the support of
labor was made last night by Mrs.
Rose Yates Forrester before a meet
ing of the McDonald-Washlngton-
Blackburn Club at the home of its
organizer and president. Mrs. Jeant.ie
Blackburn Moran, 2315 Massachusetts
‘•lt was not until 1912, under the
Democratic party, that the American
labor came into its own.” Mrs. For
rester stated, "and in the six years of
the Wilson administration 101 pieces
of labor legislation were passed.”
The speaker, a member of the labor
bureau of the Democratic national
committee, called for the continued
labor support of the party and denied
that it would be possible for the third
party to offer constructive legislation
along similar lines.
The speaker said that she did not
agree with the attempt to modify the
authority of the Supreme Court and
said that the way to obtain the high
est justice was to elect Presidents
who would appoint Just men to the
James T. Lloyd, former Representa
tive from Missouri, mentioned several
persons who previously had been op
posed to the policies of Woodrow Wil
son, but who more recently had ad
mitted to him that they had come to
admire the achievements of the late
The evening's musical program con
sisted of soprano solos by Emily Har
rold Marsh, accompanied by Sidney
Clark, and piano solos by Margaret
Tomorrow evening will be Vjrginia
night at the club. The Virginia State
Society will attend and other Vir
ginians are invited. Gen. Lake, head
of the society, prill be among the
THOMAS J. STUART DIES.
Long .an Employe of U. S. Census
Thomas J. Stuart. 70 years old. an
employe of the manufacturers - di
vision of the United States Census
Bureau for 24 years, died at his resi
dence, 606 Twenty-first street, Sun
day. Mr. Stuart had been in good
health until taken ill three days ago.
He had been a resident of this city
for 30 years. During Ws long service
at the Census Bureau his kindly dis
position and likeable personality had
won him many friends, it is stated.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs
Anna B. Stuart of this cltyi three
sons. Fred Stuart. Harry Stuart and
Joe Stuart; three brothers and two
sisters, all of Indiana.
Funeral services wiil be held at the
chapel of A. J. Schipperf, undertaker.
2008 Pennsylvania avenue, this
ttflernoon at 5 o'clock. Services will
be conducted by an Episcopal min
ister. Fellow employes of the Census
Bur*u will attend the services. In-
will be in Logansport, Ind.
The Washington Academy of
Sciences and the Chemical Society of
Washington will hold a combined
meeting. 8:15 o'clock, in auditorium
of interior Department Building.
Prof. S. B. L. Sorenson, of Carlsberg
Laboratory, Copenhagen, will deliver
an address on "The Osmotic Pressure
of Protein Solutions.” This meeting
will take the place of the regular
meeting of the Chemical Society
scheduled for October 9.
Columbia Heights Citizens' Asso
ciation will meet at St. Stephens
Hall, 3017 Fourteenth street. George
S. Watson, chief engineer of the Fire
Department, will speak on "Fire Pre
The Botanical Society of Washing
ton will meet. 8 o'clock, in Assembly
Hail of Cosmos Club. Speakers, A.
S. Hitchcock and L. B. Kulkarni.
Election of officers. Social hour.
National Capital Dental Society
will meet. 8 o'clock, at George Wash
ington University. Dr. Charles Det
mer will give a paper on "Profes
Northwest Branch of the La Fol
lette-for-President Club will meet,
8:10 o clock, at 643 Louisiana avenue.
International Association of Art
and Letters will meet. 8 o'clock, at
2019 N street.
Martha McCaffery Camp. No. 8079,
Royal Neighbors of America, will
present a colonial play, "Ye Old
Folks' Concert.” 8 o'clock, in Masonic
Hall. Eighth and F streets northeast.
R. F. HARVEY’S SON ’
Richard K. Harvey, 1432 You St. X W
nOMKI.IKE FUNERAL PARLORS. Pot 2307,
THOS. R. NALLEY & SONS
131 ELEVENTH ST. S.E.
Undertakers. Km balm era,
Homelike Funeral Parlor*.
Phone Lincoln 430.
NORVAL K. TABLER
iS26 L St N.W. Main 1544
Quick. Dignified and Efficient Service.
W. W. Deal & Co«
316 H BT. N.B. LINCOLN 8300.
Automobile Service. Chapel.
Frank Gear's Sons Co,
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Main 9A7*
Modern Chepel. Telephone. ffl « n *4/3
JAMES T. RYAN,
317 PA. AVE. S.E.
Model Chapel. Lincoln 142.
Livery in Connection.
VL. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor con
nected with the original W. R. Spear*
940 F St. N.W.
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
3034 M St. N.W. ■JKfSt.'Sr
- YOU SHOULD HAVE
Funeral Directors Since 1850
*4l H ST. N.B. Phone L. 5543.
T. F. COSTELLO
MOW LOCATED AT
t7»| M. CAP. BT. NORTH 7*78.
'WM. H. SARDO & CO.
412 B 8t N.B. Phone Lincoln 524.
Modern Chapel. Intomoblle Funerals.
5 WILLIAM LEB. Funeral Director aad
Bmbalmer. Lirary in connection. Com mod I on.
dianel and modern crematorium. Moderate
SJS*. 832 Pa ave. nw. Tel, call U IMA.
, THE ORIGINAL »
1208 h STREET. N.W
MAIN 108 FORMERLY 940 F ST
ALMUS R. SPEARE WILLIS B. SPEARE
L. CLYDE J NICHOLS 1
Hoy M. Perry—Main *84 —Gerald WaUk.
GRIDIRON PLAYER KILLED.
High School Captain Dies in Hos
pital After Game.
HUNTINGTON. W. Va.. October 7.
James A. Holbrook, 20. of Louisa.
FCy., died in a hospital here yester
day from injuries received in a foot
ball game between Wayne High
School and Louisa High at Louisa
Holbrook, who was captain of the
Louisa team, was knocked uncon
scious when tackled. Death was'
caused by a blood clot on the brain.
WILL RECRUIT ARMY.
Emir Abdullah to Act on British
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
JERUSALEM, October 7.—The Brit
ish government has granted permis
sion to Emir Abdullah, the ruler of
Tranajordanla, to recruit an army of
not less than 8,000 men In his country
for the purpose of sending reinforce
ments to the Hedjas army in its fight
against the Wahabis. Recruiting has
commenced, according to the local
Arab paper, Alcf Ba.
Car&s of (Ebanfes.
SULLIVAN. I wish to express my sincere
thunk* for the sympathy and floral tribute),
from relative, and friend, at the death us
my beloved husband. CHARLES A RfL
UVA.V. ELIZABETH H. BELLI VAN. •
THOMAS. I wish to express my sincere
thank, and appreciation to my neighbor*
und friend, for their kindness. .ytnpathv '
und beautiful floral tribute* at the death
of my wife. FRANCKS B. THOMAS
HER HUSBAND, JAMES E THOMAS. •
BOSWELL. Monday. October fl. 1924. LILY
ii.ISHI.VGIO.V HOKWKLL. Remain* rest
ing at Hysong'a funeral home, 1300 N *t.
n Notice of funeral hereafter.
BUNN. Departed tli;. life October 5. 1924
H:23 p m , CATHERINE CAMPBELL
BI XX, wife of Joxepli T. Runn and mother
of Mary (ratol y and Agno* I*. Saunders. Fn
noral from lipr iate
Wednesday, October 8. at Ha m Reqaifni
man* at Kt. Vincent Lie i'aiil'a C'hiirrh. Houth
(apifol and M JUclatite# and friend#
invited to attend. •
CHURCH. Sunday. OM»»her r». 19J4 at Jnhn*
Hopkins Hospital. Italfimorp. Md.. KDITH
<»RAY. beloved w if- of William Howell
( huruli of st. Alban** St-hooi The body
will ** taken to Nantucket. M***.. for
burial. There will he a memorial *errice (n
the Rethlehem Chapel at the Washington
Cathedral on Wednesday. October 8. at 11
a.m.. which is the hour of the funeral serv
ice. in Nantucket. 7
COLEMAN, Suddenly. Tuesday. October 7.
1924. at the residence of hi. .ister. Mr*
Zoiu E. De Vaughan. 1334 Fairmont «t. n.w .
WILLIAM H. COLEMAN. Service* at the
S, H. Hine* funeral home. 2901 14th st
n-w,, Friday, October ll». at 11 a.m.
FISHER. On Monday. October 6. 1924. at
11:0.". a.m., at her residence. 2122 K *l.
n.w.. LAI UA VIRGINIA, eldest daughter
of the late Charlotte Lu.a* and David
Fisher. Service, at Fifteenth Street Prc-.
byterian Church Tnnr.day, October 9. at
2:30 p.m. Relative, and friend, invited.
Christian Aid and Teacher* B. & A. A take
FISHER. The officers and members of the
T. B ami A. are hereby notified of the
death of Mis* LAURA FISHER
E. F. G. MERRITT, Prc*
J. L. (.RAY. Sec. •
OOHEENS. Monday, October ft. 1924. at 3
p.m.. JOHN T. GOHKENS, Interment at
Glen wood Cemetery. Funeral private.
HILL. October «. 1924. HARRIET ELIZA
BETH, ladoved wife of William U. Hill
and daughter of William S. and Sarah M
Taggart. Funeral services at Birch's un
dertaking parlors, at 2:30 p m. Wednesday,
October 8. Interment private. •
JACKSON. Sunday. Octoner fi. 1924. at 0 am.
at her residence, Kr 22 «th st n.w.. CARRIE
L. JACKSON (nee Rrownt, beloved wife of
Oscar Jackson, daughter of Hannah Brown,
sister of Gertrude and William Brown, aunt
of Julia Turner Mason. F'uneral from rcsi
dence. Wednesday. Octols-r 8. at 2 p.m
Relatives and friends invited. 7
JOHNSON. Monday, October «. 1924. at 10
a.m.. at Freedmen'* Hospital. HAYWOOD
JIcPHERSON. beloved and only *on of
Thomas A. and Loviniu Haywood Johnson
Funeral notice later. •
JONES. Suddenly, Sunday. October 5, 1924. at
9 o'clock. 1321 Corcoran st. n.w., MAMIE
JONES, the beloved wife of George J. Jones,
mother of Raymond A. and F.dward Jones,
daughter of Mrs. William Hall tnec Smith 1
and sister of Mrs. Bessie Rldgley. She
leaves to mourn their loss a host of rela
live* and friends. Funeral Wednesday at
2 o'clock. 7*
JONES. Ladies' Auxiliary -to the Coachmen's
Union and Aid Association. No. I. are re
quested to attend the funeral of Sister MA
MIE JONES. Wednesday, October 8. at 2
p m., from her late residence, 1321 Corcoran
st. n.w. .
REBECCA BRENT. Pres.
ANNIE BURKE. Secretary •
KIRBY. Sunday.' October u. 1924. at I p.m ,
KEARNS A. KIRBY, beloved husband of
the late Mary E Kirby. Funeral from his
late residence. 1048 Wisconsin ave n w
Wednesday. October 8. at 8:30 a.m.;’thence
to Holy Trinity Church, where high mass
will be sung for the repo*e of his soul at
9:15 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to
attend. (Cumberland. Md.. and Columbus.
Ohio, papers please copy.)
KLEIN. On Tuesday. October 7. 1924. at
10:2S a.m.. at her residence. 638 I st. s.iv
ROSE A., beloved wife of George E. Klein.
F'uqeral private. 8
SCANLON. Sunday. October 5. 1924, DANIEL
SCANLON, beloved husband of the late
Katherine Scanlon (nee Gainey I and father
of Thomas J. Scanlon. F'uneral from the
residence of his son. 309 K st. n e., Wedne*
day, October 8. at 8:30 a.m.: thence to St
Aloyaius Church, where requiem mas* will
be said at 9 a.m. for the repose of hi* soul
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relative*
and friends invited. 7
BPRINGHANN. Departed this life. Snorts?,
October 5. 1924. at-|l p.m., JENNIE kb
CAKTHY SPRINGMANN, beloved wife of
Clarence M. Springm*nn. Funeral from her
late residence. 713 6tji st. s.w., Wednesday.
October 8. Solemn requiem mass at St.
Dominic’s Church at 9 o’clock. Relatives
and friends invited. • •
WARFIELD. Sunday, October 5. 1924. at his
residence. Rockville. Md.. DAVID HANSON,
beloved husband of Kate Field Warfield.
Requiem mass at St. Mary’s Church. Rock
rille, Md., Wednesday, October 8, at 10 a m
Relatives and friend* invited. 7*
Bxrssnrs. In- sad but loving remembrance
of RACHEL S. BUSS’US. who died four
years ago, October 7. 1920.
"Your cheery ways, your smiling face.
Are a pleasure to recall:
You had a friendly word for each
AVid died beloved by all."
HER HUSBAND AND SOX, ALLEN AND
GRAY. In loving memory of our dear son.
RUSSEL GRAY. Jr., who departed this
life one year ago today, October 7, 1923,
Dear son, how we miss you, , ,
No one but God can tell.
But gome day we hope to meet you *
And never say farewell.
HIS MOTHER AND FATHER. • ’
HALLORAN. Tn sacred and loving memory
of mv dear father, JAMFIS J. HALLORAN,
who ‘departed this life five years ago to
day. October 7, 1913.
May his soul rest in peace.
MOLUE. • .
HOLMES. In loving remembrance of«
MAMIE HOLMES, who died one year ago
today, Octol>er 7, 1923.
HER SISTER. MRS KATIE LUCAS, *v;
222 K St. N.W. •
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PRYOR. In sad but loving memory of ray
dear husband. HENRY’ 1). PRYOR, who
Joined the Celestial Host October 7, 1924.
How swift the moments fly.
He watches the sparrow
And I know he watclies me.
WIFE, LULA G. PRYOfl;*’
RUPPEL. In sad but loving reiuembrancf
of our dear wife and mother. ANNA HUP
PEL, who d»parted this life two years ago
today. Octets?r 7. 1922.
HUSBAND AND DAUGHTER. •
WATSON. A tribute of love to' the memory ’
of mv dear wife. ESSIE WATSON. . w|to
departed this life one year ago. October 7,
192, ’HER HUSBAND. WADE WATSON •
WEST. Remembrance of WFUISFI WEST,
who died one year ago today, October 7.
No one know* my silent heartache;
Only those who love can tell.
Os the grief I bear in silence,
For Louise, I love so well.
DEVOTED SISTER. BETTIE TUCKER. •
WILLIAMS. In sad but loving remembrance
of our dear mother and grandmother. MA
HALIA WILLIAMS, who departed this life
three ycras ago today. October 7, 1921.
Watch and wait for us, dear mother.
For we know It can’t be long
Till we are again united
In the Und of sun and song.
your Loving son. chas. h. williams;
DAUGHTER. MARY E. PLUNKETT.
AND GRANDDAUGHTER. ESSIE BAN-
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