ti 1 _ r
I Hoobamrb & iuothrop
DOWN STAIRS STORE
See Upstairs Store Advertisements on Pages 22 and 33
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Flannel, Satin and Cloth Frocks %
Featuring New Styles
»15 ' ak
Frocks of either of these three materials will be MjU 4^^s
frequently seen, where smart women gather. = =
Flannels are first. Their colorful stripes and at- - =, = ■
tractive and equally vivacious fluids and checks =l= =;
offer charming contrasts a gains; Iheir more subtle * A;_,
grounds. _ : _i__ 1
Twillecn and poirtl twill are next brought out. Tailored _J 1
straightline models in shades of navy, brown and tan. ~ | “ \
C repe satin, beaded canton crepe, canton crepe, tricolette F. T _ \
and georgette frocks, in attractive basque models and the , \ (\\
modish straightlines. Trimmings—embroidery, beads. \ \\
tucks, lace, buttons. * j 1 \\
Sizes for Women and Misses. jp \I -
DOWN STAIRS STORK.
i Full-Lined Grizzly Utility Topcoats
> jF-i Also Coats, Unusual at
Full-lined coats in Fall styles at sls arc very unusual. And
jgn / when they are fashioned of grizzly cloth and plain or
blocked polaire you’ll instantly realize that these are values
(a, fiL Button-Trimmed Models
i 'u \ " —with large convertible collars and tailored or flare cut!
g sleeves. Models for women and misses. You’ll find here
I 1 IT n *1 an unusual assortment of the newest and smartest style ;
coats at sls. There are at least fifty different and fash
j ionable styles from which to select your most flattering
i one. Autumn shades of
] Penny Gray
Yl DOWN STAIRS STORK.
New Fall Hats of Velvet and Plush
■ That new high-crown hat Trimmed with pins, ribbon, os
j .1 . ■ t • , /t* Jk f \ trich feathers. Hats in black,
that is becoming so popular C* M Uk russet, purple, wood, henna.
along with the smaller hats /M pheasant, brown, fawn and red.
r. 1* , , These hats are worth much
ot the cloche type are m this
more as you’ll notice when you I
group of smart millinery. see them.
DOWN STAIRS STORE.
Manufacturers ’ Discontinued IVFgTI^S
Higher-Grade Numbers at a n ,
Great Price Saving lWO"IalltS
Glove Silk Vests, $1.68 VlTVwxl Sklllf C
180 high-grade, full-cut, excellent quality glove silk vests. Shades ▼ T H | |.J
of peach, orchid and flesh.
Glove Silk Bloomers, $2.58 CA
Amply full-cut bloomers of the finer grade of glove silk. Shades ■ ■ I
include orchid, peach, flesh and black. W
Glove Silk Sports Bloomers, $3.38 J
60 exceptionally fine quality sports bloomers, reinforced. Black,
navy, brown and gray. Exceptionally well tai-
. TAIKS STnltK - lored suits of wool in the
Kiddies’ Leather Play Shoes SSve I s£. a i„
_ All-leather play shoes - mixtures, oxfords, over
ai or children. Pliable. \ M plaids and pin stripes,
soft leather which will *r Remarkable values at
ES-S.'SSi. ■SSE 4 **>;*>• Usually much
year welt soles. Sizes M higher priced.
&A to 11, and IV/ 2 to 2. . Sizes 34 to 40
DOWN STAIRS STORE. PfllF DOWN STAIRS STORE.
Boys’ Fall Wear Girls’ Fall Wear
Percale Blouses, 65c Girls’ Coats, $12.95
120 fresh new blouses of percale. Are well made
and fully out. Neat patterns and colors boys Sizes 6 to 14 years. Coats of plaid polaire and
like most. Sizes Bto 16. plain material in simple tailored models. Also
a few fur-trimmed coats in colors of tar, brown.
Boys’ Ribbed Hose, 35c Pair blue and rust
Or ;t pairs for sl. Dependable wearing hose, /-»« «< • 1 r* j.
Fall heavy weight, in black and cordovan. Sizes wllllClreil S wO3tS, 2)0.95
7 to Ills.
Coats of chinchilla and broadcloth, with self
ClonnalaUn Dalamno fcl material and collars of fur. Also coats of po
rlanneiette Pajamas, 2>t laire in colors of blue, tan, brown and rose.
Warm, well made pajamas, in the one-piece Sizes 2 to 6 years.
Style that most boys prefer. Sizes 6 to 14.
Boys’ Corduroy Trousers, $1.95 Pr. of f .. Hats » $ 2 * 95
J * Os felt and velvet. In all sizes, for girls
Splendidly made trousers, lined for warmth and school or dress wear. Tailored and neatly
wear, of fine yuaiity corduroy. Sizes 8 to IS trimmed models. Sizes 2to 6 and Bto 16 years.
Wool Fabric Suits, $2.95 Q y m Bloomers, $1
Unusual at the price. Well made jersey', tweed black sateen. Pleated to bajid. Sizes 8 to
and serge suits, with lined trousers. Sizes 3 20 years. Ideal bloomers for playing basket ball
to 8 years. gymnasium work-outs.
DOWN STAIRS STORK. DOWN STAIRS STORE.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1924.
Lieut. McLainb Resigns.
The President has accepted the
resignation of Second Lieut. Preston
F. McLamb, United States Infaptry.
Chambers a Help When
You Are Distressed
W. W. CHAMBERS
—having the largest equipment
in the city, is able to and will
furnish you a complete and sat
isfactory funeral at a price that
will save you half on what you
would ordinarily pay. Note the
following figures on high-class
Beautiful Half Couch
A Saving of fUK*
Steel Burial Vault, SBS
I be best burial case known.
I Nunl Price. $l5O
CHAMBERS will "give you
any waterproof (IJQC
vault made for ..
The price is $l5O.
CHAMBERS will quote you
.saving prices on anything
needed for funerals.
CHAMBERS A BENEFAC
TOR when be established bis''
private AMBULANCE SERV
“ $4.00 ,or ,ocal
Ask Vour Dnrtkr
Call W. W. CHAMBERS Co.
HHinhlo I mini-taker*
14th & Chapin Sts. N.W.
Phone Col. 432
Three Funeral Parlors—White. Black
and Gray Limousine Hearses
Hundreds of Stylish All-Wool
We re showing - this //X
Fall a remarkable line of (-W
Suits at sls. \ T I ' r r&A a
J hey arc Washing- V\p
ton’s outstanding values
in dependable clothing.
I'he values are so ap- jt\ r ( jiH-P
parent that many men i V r iiuni
buy two. J \
Blue suits, gray suits, S A j j
brown suits, fancy j j
mixed suits, at sls. | i/
Every suit a genuine J
bargain, and is guaran- jj
teed to wear satisfac
7th and F Sts.
RALEIGH HABERDASHER : : THIRTEEN-TEN F ST.
J- A> ' S
| ■•s>!><••s $ « IB!
L —I. ■ .
Copyright 1924 Hart Scbaffner & Marx
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Four Winds Topcoats
for all kinds of weather
Hart Schaffner & Marx de
signed them to meet more uses
than any garment you can buy.
Wear it on rainy days, chilly days,
for motoring, business, dress wear.
Fine styles, too; and expert tai
loring that means long wear.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits
in the style young men want
Thirteen-Ten F Street
KILLED YOUNG WIFE,
Shot Her While Dove Hunting,
Buried Body on Farm, He
Admits to Officials.
Ry the Associated Press.
SPRINGFIELD. 111., October 10
Lester Kahl, 24, farmer, residing near
Shipman, in Macoupin County, yes
terday confessed he shot and killed
his 21-year-old wife, a bride of two
weeks, and had buried her body on
Mrs. Kahl had been missing two
weeks. Kahl led the officers to a spot
on his farm where he had buried the
He gave the deputy sheriffs a vivid
description of how he killed his wife.
Kahl declared he sent her out to
scare up some doves from a hedge.
While she was so engaged he fired
at her with a single-barrel shotgun,
and sho fell. He reloaded the gun,
according to his confession, and fired
at her again.
Satisfied that she was dead. Kahl
then dug a grave on the farm near
the spot where he killed her and
buried the body. Kahl would assign
no motive for his act.
Mourning Blacks Dyed
Carmack Dry Cleaning Co.
The Big Sisters of the District will
meet, 8 o’clock. In St. Patrick’s Rec
Martha Chapter, No. 4. O. E. S.. will
have a bazaar and dance at Naval
Lodge Hall. Open at 7 o'clock. Danc
ing, 9 o'clock. Repeated tomorrow,
same time and place.
The auxiliary home board of Tem
ple Chapter, No. 13, O. E. S., will have
a card party at home of Mrs. Jones,
1122 I street northeast.
Miss Ella May Powell will be lead
ing speaker at public discussion con
ference of the League for Industrial
Democracy, 8 o’clock, at 1811 H
street. Subject, “Music as an Inter
national Solvent.” Admission free.
The Columbia Independent Voters’
Club will meet, 9 o'clock, at Columbia
University School. Candidates of the
three major parties and their records
will be discussed.
Barbecue and dance by Washing
ton Council, K. of C., at Eighteenth
street and Benning road northeast.
Street cars stop at entrance to
grounds. Ample protected space for
Reserve officers of the 40th United
States Infantry will meet, 8 o’clock,
in Graham Building. All infantry re
serve officers not assigned to 320th
The Stearns Bible class will meet in
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church at
12:30 o’clock, with Dr. K. B. Moomaw
Judge J. W. Thompson, director of
biblical education of the American
Home Bible Institute, will give expo- 1
sition of Sunday school lesson in Y.
\V. C. A. rooms, 1311 O street, at 4:45
Dance, under auspices of Catholic
Women’s Service Club, 9 o’clock, at
Community House, fiOl E street.
Brookland Citizens’ Association will
meet, 8 o'clock, in Brookland public
The annual dahlia show of the Ta
koma Horticultural Club will be held
in Takoma Library. No admission
fee. Public invited.
Special meeting of District of Co
lumbia Library Association, 8 o'clock,
in Grace Dodge Hotel in recognition
of election of Herman H. B. Meyer,
chief of legislative reference division.
Library of Congress, as president of
the American Library Association.
Mrs. J. Borden Harriman will speak
at meeting of the McDonald-Wash
ington-Black burn Dav is-for-President
Club, at 2315 Massachusetts avenue.
Members of all Democratic clubs In
vited. Other speakers and good mu
Northwest Suburban Citizens 4 As
sociation will meet, 8 o’clock.
Business Women’s Council will
meet in lecture room of Church of
the Covenant. Music and readings.
Bible class at 6:45 o’clock.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Pinry Branch ('ltiirn.«' Association
will meet Monday. 8 p.m., in lowa
Avenue Methodist Church.
Takoma Park Citizens* Amtorlaiioii
will meet Monday. 7:30 p.m., in Ta
koma Library. Nominations for offi
cers of the association and delegates
to the Federation of Citizens’ Asso
A patriotic benefit concert for Wid
ows and Orphans' Home Association,
veterans of all wars, sponsored by
United States War Veterans, will be
given October 28. 8:15 p.m., in ball
room of New Willard.
A benefit for District of Columbia
'Children. American Revolution, will
lie given October 24. 2 p.m., at Men's
City Club. Bring cards and mah-jong
Apartment Owner Sued.
Paul A. Davis, said to be the owner
of an apartment at 21 Sixth street
northeast, is named as defendant in
a suit to recover 52.500 damages filed
in the District Supreme Court by
Louise W. Miller. The plaintiff says
she was visiting at the apartment
May' 2 last when she fell down the
front stairway, which she claims was
poorly' lighted. Attorney Elwood Seal
appears for the plaintiff.
POCKETBOOK —Found in Georgetown. Own
er may have same on proving claim and pay
ing for this ad Address Box 99-B, Star office.
all black, little white siar under
chin; female. Washington Animal Rescue
league, 34!» Maryland ave. s.w.
BRIEF CASE—Oct. 7. between 4 and 3 p.m..
left on Hth st. car going north, when chang
ing for Navy Yard car. brief case containing
pastor's handbook. Finder will please return
to Rev. J. 1. Loving, 1511 4th st., and receive
COLLIE—Spin, female, bet. 3 and 4 years;
answers to name of Fluffy; color. Mack and
white. Reward at 1724 l*a. nve. n.w ID*
COLLIE—HaIf grown, white with tan spots.
Reward. Franklin 4181.
CERTIFICATE C-3D»4. for HI shares Consoli
dation Coal Company stock, registered name
of Miss Jessie C. Collison. If found re
tnrn to owner. 1840 Mintwood place n.w.
I) A. H. recognition put. 14‘,n's>«; reward to
finder. M. L. Carnahan. 1447 Mass. ave. n.w.
lIISCHAKGE ANT> BUM'S I’APEBS of Robert
C. Shields, on IT st. between llfh and 14th.
Please return to Mrs. Charlotte A. Shields.
IflDTi 11th st. n.w.
HOG—Collie, yellow and white. Tag No. 9-t97.
Named "Chum.” Reward. 1007 B st. n.e. 11*
HOG —Small, black, white breast, one wnite
paw one brown; probably in Georgetown.
Call' Col. 4DC.7-W. Reward.
FOI'NTAIN PEN —Gold; lost Oct. 9. between
Now York ave. and Temple School, 1410 K st.
Return to desk at Temple School. Reward
FPU NECKPIECE —Two-skin sable, on N. Y.
ave bet. 9tb and 15th sts., or on 15th st. bet.
y. are. and Washington Hotel. Liberal re
ward if returned to desk at Washington Hotel.
GLASSES, shell-rimmed, in leather case. Call
North 1874. Apt. 506.
KEYS, bunch: Monday morning around whole
sale vegetable market; brass tag with name
on Finder please return to Charles Alex
ander, 1765 Columbia rd., and receive re
POCKET 800K —Containing money and valu
able ivaoers. Return i>'-*0 1> st n.e. Reward.
POODLE, small, white: reward. 1423 Chapin
st. n.w. B*
I’CUSE —Lady's, with money, Tuesday night
on Georgia ave. cars. Call 715 Longfellow at.
RAINCOAT —Cenlortield pavilion. Washington
ball park, seat 183. Continental Hotel Phar
SPECTACLES —Tortoise, in vicinity of Conn.
ave. and S st. Call North 600
SPECTACLES, tortoise shell, in Mack case,
Tuesday, probably on Conn. ave. M. L. Steb
bins, IS Wine ave., Uyattsville, Md. Plume
Hvaltsville 654. 10*
WRIST WATCH —Lady’s; on 14th st., 2500
Mock; monogram “G. A. T.” Call Apt. 514
nntaiiet Courts. »
nCCirMQ Are Artistic and Reasonable
UikOiCjiNJ 14th ft H. Tel. Main 3707
Prompt auto delivery aervlce.
Gude Bros. Ox. 1214 F St*
Geo. C. Shaffer ftrWSi 1Z
CHOICE FLORAL EMBLEMS Main 2418.
at MODERATE PRICES. Prompt delivery.
vye Specialise in floral
Desiqns at Moderate
14™& H.5T5.N.V MAIN 6953
FiGHT FOR POTHIER.
TACOMA, Wash., October 10.—De
fense attorneys today continued their
efforts to batter down the Government
charge that Ronald H. Rothier, for
mer sergeant-bugler of the 213th
Engla ers, murdered Maj. Alexander
P. Crorikhlte on the' Camp Lewis mil
itary reservation, October 25, 1918.
Lieut. E. B. Cassey of the Canal
Zone and Capt. John Zajicek, from
the Philippines, both former members
of the 213th Engineers, were on the
stand yesterday as defense witnesses,
after having traveled close to 10,000
miles to appear.
Carbs of Cfjanbs.
DODSON. I wish to express my sincere
thunks and appreciation to my neighbors,
friends and various organizations for their
kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral
tributes at the death of my father, WIL
UAM N. DODSON.
HIS SON. GEORG If SHIRLEY DODSON. 12*
We wish to express our sincere
thanks for the sympathy and floral tributes
from relative* and friends at. the death of
our dear father. PHILIP II KUAFT
DAUGHTER AND TWO SONS. •
DUFFY—ANDERSON. FUKDERKK T. DI F
'LMPJ.UtET AXDEUSON married
0< loh» r 8, 1024, in Baltimore, by Rev. James
M. \\ allaee. ,
YOUNG-HOLDERITH. Mr. and MV,. Alois
fiolderith of Rallston. Va. f announce the
marnai.'e of their daughter. AGNES M.. to
HENRY' ELSYVORTH Y'OGNG of YVasliine
ton September ;)(). K p.m., by Rev. Whittle
of I’olomae, Md. No earde. •
BENTZEL. Suddenly, October 9. 1924. WIL
,J,AM If., beloved husband of Alice lientzel,
ageti 62 years. Funeral from his late resi
denep. 1106 Park pi. n.e., Friday evening at
o clock. Interment Winchester, Va.,
BLUM. Suddenly, Thursday, Octolier 9 1921.
?* resident. Dai K* st. n.w., FRKD
DRI' K. beloved son of John and the late ,
D»»ra Hlum. Remains at the chapel «,t Frank
t.eicr*K Sons* Uo.. 1112 7th at. n.w. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
CL ATT EE BUCK. Suddenly, Wednesday tie
rvrJfl l l l ‘ it IMI r,th ’■* 0"• TUI (MAS
• 1 ERR! ( K. » x manager of the Wash
ington Eagle Newspaper. Remains resting
at the funeral parlor of pope & Clarke. Up;
i lorida ave. n.e. Notice of funeral 1 ere
HAEHIS. Departed this life. Thursday. Oc
tober 9. 1924. at 3:3.** a.ln., at 12th st
n.w . EVA HARRIS mee Henry i Re
nja-rih at Ih.m.is Frazier’s. 723 T si. n.w.
*. servicrh at alwiv* place Fri
i- 1 -' * ,(l * al b P-tn. Interment at
Knoxville, Tenn. ]0 *
After a brief illness, at Provi
11°^•*«>. Thursday. October 9. 1924.
NEEME POWER, wife of the Jate Maj.
. l - Keleh»T. f. S. Army. Funeral serv
ne at Gawbr’s chapel. 1730 Pennsylvania
ave. n.w*.. Saturday. October u, at 9 If.
am., thence to St. Peter's Church. 2nd and
♦ h ’?” where masH will Ke celebrated
at io o clock. Interment Mount Olivet
LEIMBACH. Thursday. October 9. 1921. at 2 :
pm. FR,\Ni'IS. beloved husband of Kath
erine Eeimbach (nee Stack). Funeral from
his laf *• residence, 7710 l*t s t. n .w*.. on Sat - ,
unlay, October 11, at 9:30 am. Requiem
- it St \bivsius Church tt IO ■
Relatives and friends invited. Interment ;
MARTHINSON. t»n Wednesdav. October 8.
1924. at Columbia Hospital UATIIKRI\E. I
b* loved w ife of D. M. Marthinson. in her I
3ntli year Remains at tin* funeral parlors
of Martin W. Hysong. 13m» N st. n.w. Fu
neral services «? St. John’s Episcopal
( hurch. Dlth and If sis. n.w - .. on Saturday.
O‘ loler 11. at 19:30 a.in. Interment «pri
vate) h* Arlington Ometcry,
PORTER. Suddenly, Thursday. October 9.
192E JOHN A., beloved husband of Alice ,
H. Porter aged 37 years. Funeral service
at the chapel of Thomas 8. Sergeon. 1011
7th st. n w Saturday. Octol*er 11. at 2 i
p.m. Relatives and friends invited to
POWELL. Passed away Tuesdav. October 7.
1924. in Lakewood Hospital. Cleveland Ohio.
AhVAH L. POWELL, aged 62. formerly of
Washington. D. C. Burial Friday. October
l r *. 2 p.m., in Lakewood Cemetery, Cleve- !
land. jo I
QUEEN. Memliers of the Men’s Cliff Rock
As-o« iat on are requested to attend the fu
i»**ral of our lab- brother'. ALBERT QUEEN,
from Winslow’s chapel. Friday, October lU,
at 2 p.m. Death No 133.
_ W. II JOHNSON. President.
W. J. SINGLETON, Secretary.
RAGLAND. Departed this life October 8,
1924. at 2:15 a m.. JULIA L. RAGLAND,
beloved wife of James H Ragland. She
died in full triumph of faith. She leaves
to mourn their loss two sister*. Mrs. Lottie
James. Mrs. Mary Tinsley; one niece, Mrs.
f’orinne White; one daughter. Mrs. Earl
Jordan; three sisters-in-law. Mrs. j. ji.
Gentry, Mrs. Polly Lewis, Mrs. U. Wash
ington. Funeral Sunday. October 12, at 1
pin . at lOtii st. Baptist Church, Rev. Will
Dearest Julia, thou hath left us.
We our loss most deeply feel;
Bui it’s God who ha* bereft us.
He can all our sorrows heal.
ROBINSON. Suddenly, Wednesday. Octol«er 8.
1924, ai 3:55 p.m . at his residence. 241
Elm st n.w . JAMES ROBINSON, beloved
husband of Ixdtie Stevens Robinson: loving
father of Lillian and Monroe; foster father
of Thelma Robinson; devoted brother of
Burras, William, Spencer. David and Henry
Minor Funeral fn*m Metropolitan Baptist
( hurch Saturday. October 11. at 8 p.m ,
Rev. M W, I*. Norman, pastor. Interment
at Hewlett, Va. 11
ROSEN. Thursday. October 9. 1924. DAVID
IL. husl*and of the !atj Annie Rosen, at his
residence, 1300 Randolph st. n.w. Funeral
notice la r er. •
SHELLINGTON. Entered into rest Tuesday,
October T. 1924. at 8:15 a.in., at his resi
dence. 1820 IH- Sales st.. EUGENE SHER
RINGTON, son of John and Emily Shelling
ton. beloved husband of Mamie Shellington,
father of Thelma. Eugene, jr.. Dorothy and
Uorinne. brother of Robert, Isaac, William.
Henry, Cornelius, Charles and John Sh*l
lington. Funeral Saturday. October 11. at
lit o'clock M.m.. First Jerusalem Baptist
Church. Rev. Harris officiating.
SMITH. Thursday. October 9. 1924. at 7:30
p.m., at Garfield Hospital, MARTHA A., be
loved wife of W. Miner Smith. Funeral from
her late residence. East Hyattsville, Md.,
Saturday. October 11. at 2 o’clock p.m. In
terment in Gleuwood Cemetery.
WOLFE. October 8, 1924, at his residence.
1 (529 Harvard st. n.w.. JOHN G., beloved
husband of Johanna A. Wolfe. Requiem
mans at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart,
Saturday, October 11. at 9 a.m. Friends a:.d
relatives invited. Interment private. Kindly
omit flowers. 10*
ZANNELLI. Thursday. October 9. 1924. at
12:05 a.m.. at her residence, 40 I st. n.w..
PKOVIDENZA. wife of the late Salvatore
Zannelli. in her 60th year. Funeral from
above address Saturday, October 11, at 8:30
a.m.. thence to St. Aloysins Church, where
mass will be said for the repose of her sou!
at 9 am. Interment in Mount Olivet Cem
ABELL. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dearly lieloved father and grandfather.
It. S. ABELL, who passed away three
years ago yesterday, Octotier 9, 1021,
Gone but not forgotten.
My heart in deep sorrow returns to the day.
As memory recalls how death bore my dear
And left me in tears and griefs and in woe,
When I stood by his casket three year* ago.
Farewell, dear father, a sad farewell.
Thy loss to me no tongne can tell.
And when on earth I breathe no more.
I’ll meet you. dear father, on the Heavenly
Rest in peace.
BY’ ins LOXSBSOME DAUGHTER, MRS.
Watch and wait for us dear grandfather,
For I know it wont bo long
Till we are again united
In the land of son and song
BY HIS LITTLE GRAN DDAUGHTER&,
MARGARET AND CATHERINE. •
BURROUGH-LYON. In sad but loving re
membrance of our darling mother, JANE
A. BURROUGH LYON, who departed this
life one year ago today, October 10, 1923.'
So sad and sudflen was the call.
I>ear mother, your death was a shock to all.
Perhaps some day vc shall understand.
When we meet you in a better land.
Dearest motl»er, we miss yon.
Since from earth you passed away.
And our hearts are beating sorely.
As we think of you today.
You wore a crown of patience.
Through the years you struggle on.
Those hands that rest forever
Are the hands that made our home.
Anniversary mass at St. James’ Church,
West Falls Church, Va.
HER LOVING CHILDREN. •
BUSSITJB. In loving remembrance of our dear
daughter ROSIE, who departed this life
four years ago today, October 10. 1920.
In the graveyard, silently sleeping,
Where the flowers gently wave,
Lies the one we loved so dearly
And tried so hard to save.
She is gone, but not forgotten.
Never shall her memory fade:
Sweetest thoughts shall always linger
Around the spot where she is laid.
Keep her, dear Jesus, in thy keeping.
Till we reach the shining shore;
Then, oh. Jesus, let us have her.
To keep and love her for evermore.
HER LOVING PARENT'S, MR. AND MRS.
E. L. MANSFIELD. •
CRUMP. In sad but loving remembrance of
my dear wife, LAURA B, CHUMP, who de
parted this life two years ago today, Oc
tober 10, 1922.
May the Heavenly winds blow softly
Over that sweet and hallowed spot.
Mid the changing scenes of life.
You will never be forgot.
HER HUSBAND, PON, ADOPTED DAUGH
XL 1C •
DENEKAS. In sad hut loving remembrance
H«,n and brother. WILLIAM 11.
DENEKAS, who departed this life six year*
ago today, October 10. 1918.
ioday recalls the memory
Os a loved one laid to rest.
And those who still remember him
tvitf on4 ‘* who loved him best.
FATHER, BROTHERS AND
Sacred f 0 t he memory of
MARIE ANTOINETTE DFKOWSKI. for
inerly Miss Marie Antoinette Talbert, who
departed this life six years ago today, Oc
tober 10, 1918.
Marie, our darling, we still miss thee,
And never can we thee forget.
In this world by sin and sorrow beset.
Jhy memories cluster a round our home,
thonging to meet thee in God’s glorious
And when tve, too, are here no more.
May we with thee enjoy Heaven’s store.
I.V HER PARENTS AND SISTER. •
GASS. In loving memory of rny husband and
father, WILLIAM GASS, who departed this
life mna years ago today. October 10. 1915.
MOTHER AND SON. •
KIDD. In sad but loving remembrance of
my dear son. WILLIAM GEORGE KlD!'*,
who died s:x years ago in France, October
Gone in the best of his days.
Blighted in manhood's bloom;
Gone from the hearts that loved him.
To sleep in his silent tomb.
1* rorn this world of pain and sorrow.
To the land of peace and rest.
God has taken you, dear son.
Where you have found eternal rest.
If you ask me. do I miss you.
Ves. it fills my heart with pain,
But His spirit sweetly whvpers
Courage, mother, we 11 meet again.
HIS LONSOME MOTHER. JULIA KIDD. •
KINSINGER, In sad but lo\ if.g remembrance
of my dear liuslraad and our father. JOHN
G. KINSINGER. who departed this life
one year ago today, October 19. 1923.
Though you are gone, your are not forgotten,
Vour place can neve/more be filled.
I will keep your memory sacred.
Till my r l»eart in death is stilled
The hard* that did so much for u*.
How helplessly they lay;
God knows they worked continuously.
But they are gone t-dav.
LAWRENCE. In sad but loving remembrance
of ..nr dear mother, Mr*. MARIA LAW
RENTE, win* departed this life 15 jear*
ago i.day. October l'» 1999.
Our g j wandering when daylight
To ihe land of long ago.
And memory paints the of old
In Hi- gold of th* twil ght glow
W* seem to s» m she s.»ft. dim light.
A fa<-.. \ V f- p.\e the best.
An ! w«« think of her when the sun’s last rar
•3s-- SMI the fa r ■ ff wot.
Hl.’i: DEVOTED CHILDREN. MRS POLLY
TAYLOR. MRS. SYLVIA L. BRYANT. •
LUCAS. In sad but loving memory of our
d*ur wife and mother, CARRIE LUCAS
who departed this life one year ago today
October 10. 1923.
The golden gate* were opened wide,
A gentle v.»Pf said “Crnie!”
A' >: at gfls fr»»:u tother side.
Welcomed o.;r loved one home.
HI R LOVING HUSBAND AND CHIL
PARKER. In sad but losing rrunembrar.ee
of my dear son. GEORGE F. PARKER.
w.i-> .*-fi us >». suddenly il years ago todav.
D.-tober 19, 1913
There j> H f M t,. so dear
We lu.s* still his we loved.
God *'l l keep him safe with h:m
I nt;l v.e iner t *orr.e day »l*ove.
MOTHER AND FATHER.
POOLE. In sad but loving remembrance of
our darling daughter. GRACE E.. who de
parted fin*. Kfe four years ago todav. Oc
tober 19, 1929
There is a face s * dear we miss.
A f«.rm we cannot
But let this little t-ken show
That we st 11 tin ok of thee.
FATHER AND MOTHER. •
THOMAS. In fond memory < f our dear baby
***>. WENDELL O. THoMAS, who left us
six years ago today. October 10. 1918.
We cannot hear your voice, dear Wendell,
Your smile we canr *t
But jet this little token show
WVH always remernlier thee.
DADDY AND MAMMA.
THOMAS. In loving remembrance of little
WENDELL P. THoMAS. who left us sis
years ago, October 10, 1918.
The years r<ul on but fond memories linger
with me still.
AUNT CARRIE. •
THOMAS. A tribute of b*vc to the memory
of our darling i:ttle nephew and grandson.
WENDELL ITiILMoRE THOMAS, who was
taken from u- 0.-r. r n* 1918
AUNT RUTH AND GRANDMA. •
VOEGLER. SCHIEK. In loving memory of
«ur d.-ar friends, Mrs WILHELM IN A F.
xoKGLKR. wh.. i.-fr us October 19. 1918.
and Mrs. ELEA NORA SCHIEK. who left
ns August 29. 1919.
I hoy ate not dead, they are just away.
With a cheery smile and a wave of rhe iiand
I hey have wander* d into an unknown land.
They «rc not dead, they are just a wav
MRS G. W. HIGGINS, LUCY AND
WILLIAMS. I:, sad but loving remembrance
•*f my *l—voted husband. CLARENCE V.
WILLIAMS, who departed this life one year
ag • today. t»ctober I'*. 1923.
Sad and sudden was thg call. If we could
have seen you at the last and held your
darltng hands, we would not feel s*> bad
we only know you went away and never
LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF HIB WIFE
ODESSA WILLIAMS AND DAUGHTERS!
WILLIAMS. In sa*l but bivirit rememi>rance
of i LARLN( 1. WILLIAMS, who departed
this life one year ago today. October 10,
Silently, swiftly and without warning
His dear spirit st.do away.
Leaving us grief-stricken with the dawning
Heartbroken tt the ’.peak of dav.
HIS DEVOTED FATHER. MOTHER AND
WILLIAMS. In sad remembrance of our de
voted brother. ROBERT WILLIAMS, who
departed this life four years ago todav.
October 10. 1920.
S'uue may think we are not lonely.
When at times they see us smile;
Little do they knew the heartaches
That we suffer all the while.
SISTER. MRS GERTRUDE EDWARDS
BROTHER. THORNTON WILLIAMS. •’
J. WIIXTAM LEE. Funeral Director anil
Embalmer. Livery in connection. Commodious
chapel and modern crematorium. Moderats
prices. 532 Pa ave n.w. Tel, call M IS8&.
i THE ORIGINAL ,
1208 li STREET. N W
MAIN 108 FORMERLY 940 FST
ALMUS R SPEARE WILLIS B. SPEARE
1 CLYDE J NICHOLS *
J3ern> & £Jalsfj
Roy 11. Perry—Main 9S4_Gorald WaUk.
R. F. HARVEY’S SON
Richard K. Harvey, 1432 You St. N W
HOMELIKE FUNERAL PARLORS. Pot. 2207.
THOS. R. NALLEY & SONS
JSI ELEVENTH ST. S.K.
Homelike Funeral Parlora.
Phone Lincoln 480.
‘ NORVAL K. TABLER
1526 L St. N W. Main 1544
Quick, Dignified and Efflclent Serrlce.
W, W. Deal & Co.
gift H ST N.K. LINCOLN 8200.
Automobile Service. ChapoL
Frank Geicr's Sons Co.
S ’Te.e N ph W ne. Main 2473
' JAMES T. RYAN,
SI7 PA. AVK. S.K.
Model Chapel. Lincoln lil
Livery in Connection.
VL. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor con
nected with the original W. R. Spear*
establishment. QdD F St N W
Phone Frank S62fl. f OL -
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
3034 M St. N.W.
' YOU SHOULD HAVE
Funeral Directors Since 1850
841 H ST. N.E. Phone L. 8543.
' T. F. COSTELLO
NOW LOCATED AT
1724 N. CAP. ST. NORTH 7»78.
'WM. H. SARDO & CO.
412 H fit. N B. Phone Lincoln 524.
Modern Chapel. Automobile Funerala.
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