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ness institution to solve
is that of combining of
fice efficiency with in
viting effectiveness.
This, too, is a Ballard
specialty. We have
furnished and decorated
many of Washington s
leading banking and
commercial institutions
—as we|l as private of
fice suites —because we
know how.
Thus experience is at sour dis
posal-Phone Fr. Contract
Furniture Floor Coverings
Draperies Upholstery Fabrics
1340 G Street
Houses For Sale and Rent
Main 5027
923 N. Y. Ave. 1237 Wis. Ave.
Mourning Blacks Dyed
Carmack Dry Cleaning Co.
Main 134-1
OEI EE "a: i
J Tavern L
I. nnc he oil
Rooms Resented for Bridge
J $1.50 L
0 L,
“| Dancing [“
16tli street Silver
Springs: turn into Burnt Mills
road i < .oles\ tile Pike I.
Telephone Woodsidc IfO.
3-. IH!-,...-—■ -g
I; The Maple Inn !
Open 7 a.m. until p A PFTFD I A ° pen 9 a * m ’ untH
11 p.i*n, week days vj/ii Li 1 Liix I* i 3 p.m. Sundays
1416 K St, Cap. Franklin Square Hotel
Cost of l'.\ervthing-Holtie C ooking- Moderate Prices
Special Fried Chicken
Dinner, 75c Sundays
—from 12 *o 8 p.m.. A treat, that once enjoyed. will
definitelv settle where you’ll dine Sundays in the future.
<ier.uinc SMITHFIELI) HAM and all other appetite
tempters on Maple Inn menus.
All Pastries and Ice Cream Are Homemade
HARRY MAYNARD. Manager Phone Franklin 3040

W ashingto’i
Saturday, Oct;. 11
Wardman Park
bob rnTte in’s
Wardman Park Hotel
for Reservations E Benin £ Dress
The Minister of Colombia, Dr. Olaya, and
Senora de Olaya Dinner Hosts
at Legation Tonight.
THE Minister of Colombia and
Sonora de Olaya wifl enter
tain at a farewell dinner
this evening for • the retir
ing Minister of Ecuador and
Senora de Klizaide,
Me. nrd Mrs. Hubert I.rinsing
Hosts to Retiring Diplomat.
The- retiring Minister of Ecuador
and Senorn de Klizaide were tne
guests in whose honor Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lansing entertained a com
pany of 12 at luncheon today in their
home, on Klghteonfh street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lansing have recently
opened their Washington home tor
the Winter after spending the Sum
mer at Hdndersou Harbor.
Rear Admiral A. M. D. McCormick,
Medical Corps, C. S. N., and Mrs.. Mc-
Cormick have returned trom their
home in Virginia and are at 1805
I'helps place.
The charge d'affaires of Austria
and Mm >. Prochnik \v 11 entertain at
a tea -dance this afternoon for the
i-layers in the diplomatic tennis
tournament, which ends today. Prizes
will be awarded at the dance.
Miss Helen Curtisi. daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Carusi.
will entertain at dinner this evening
in honor of Miss May Isabel Hoym.
whose marriage to Mr. John IJ.
Schoonmaker. jr.. will take place Oc
tober. If, The guests will number 1!
and,will later go to a theater.
Miss Agnes Messer entertained at
luncheon today in compliment to Miss
Beatrice Henning, daughter of the As
sistant Secretary of I.abor and Mrs.
K. J. Henning, whose marriage to Mr.
ileorge Shaw will, take place Thurs
day. The companv remained after the
luncheon to play bridge. Tip- guests
included Mrs. Raymond Reed. Mrs.
.1 A. Spanogle, Mrs. Arthur 1-ambdin,
Miss Helen Smith. Miss Estelle Sieg
ler„ Miss. Virginia I'iedle. Miss Mary
Cramer, Miifs l.ouise Ksti y, M ss Theo
J) i Franklin Sq. Hotel
i ; Coffee &ljoppe
Ni qr.frr rfliirct •'* v-nh
j hn*« ft*oa
J *nd tnuißiilv pleasaa; «t-
E\ nif-p^ r K
j 14th Street at K
Russell Cheney
Until October 21
Vandyck Galleries
1611 Connecticut Ave.
dosia Seibold, ,-Wlss Louise Sauer
hering. Miss Kathryn. Miss June
Coddlngton. Miss Dorothea Stephens,
Miss Ruth Block. Miss Grace Womers
ley. Miss Elizabeth Rice and Miss
Lydia Shepherd.
Miss Phyiis Irwin, daughter of
Admiral and Mrs. Irwin, is spending
the week end with her cousin. Miss
Helen Carusi. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles F. Carusi.
Gen. and Mrs. Edward P. Meany.
who are making a short visit in
Washington, will continue their mo
tor trip until November I. when they
will return to their apartment, in the
Plaza Hotel, in New York, for the
Mr. and Mrs. S. Parker Gilbert, jr.,
the latte F-formerly Miss lg>uise Ross
Todd, will sail today aboard the Ho
meric for Kuropp. They were the
guests of honor at dinner last eve
\ ning of Miss Lisetle Hast, who enter
tained at the Colony Club. The mar
riage of Miss Todd to Mr. Gilbert
1 took Place in Louisville, Ky., Wed
; nesday afternoon.
i Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson
have been joined at White Sulphur
! Springs by their daughter. Mrs. Ste
' phen 11. I’. Pell.
I Miss Olive G. Allwine, daughter of
I Mr, and Mrs. J. K. Allwine, and Mr.
j William Franklin Porllock, sou of
' Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Portloek r>f Nor
folk. will be married this evening,
j The ceremony will he performed at
IS o'cl.ck in the Eastern Presbyterian
Church by the pastor, the Rev. Dr.
1 Alfred K. Barrows, and will be fol
j lowed by a reception in the home of
'the bride's parents, at 513 Twelfth
street northeast.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Clark Noble have
as their guest Mr. William Bennett of
Providence. R. 1,. and Mrs. Thomas
! Jefferson, daughter-in-law of the
I famous actor.
I Mr. and Mrs. Noble will be at home
j tomorrow evening from 8 to to o'clock
iin their studio apartment. 2033
, street.
The Assistant Attorney General and
(Mrs. Karl J. Davis have returned to
! Washington and have taken a suite
‘ln the Hotel Roosevelt.
Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Thomas Turner
( have sold their house jn Cleveland
Park and. with their family, moved to
i 3823 Woodley road
1 Col. Turner is in the Bureau of
Aeronautics and Marine Corps aid to
Secretary Wilbur.
Mr. and .Mrs. John Hays Hammond
and their daughter. Miss Natalie
; Hammond, are expected to arrive this
(evening from New York, where rliey ■
have been since their from
England a week o- ten days ago.
Mrs. Sarah Lee Phillips has leased
an apartment at 2501) Massachusetts
(avenue for the Winter and will take
possession about November 1. Mean
while she is staying a! the Hamilton
s Mrs. Francis Martin Savage has re
turned from Europe and has joined
Mr. Savage at their, apartment at
2400 Sixteenth street, Mr. Savage
, having returned on an earlier
A debutante bridge will be given
; Tuesday evening, October 14. at 8
i o’clock, at the residence of Mrs.
, Jeannfe Blackburn Moran, under the
j auspices of the McDonald-Washing
i ton-Blackburn Club. The committee:
I in charge includes Mrs. Moran, pres
• ident of the club; Mrs. Nannie Green
Jobe, (hairman of the card party
i committee: Mrs. Beale Howard. Mrs
Rose Gouverneur Hoes. Mrs. Edwin
i S Puller, Mrs. D. C. Chase. Judge and
Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Lillian Branch.
I 1 I'll rlfc.l'fc—At ball park. Owner may have
; sHine by paying for this ad. It. G. Shorter,
j National Theater Pudding • <
, Et.llMK—lady's, wtta money, Tuesday night
lon Georgia are. ears. Call 710 Ixtnrfellow st.
~ T lost!
Mil. I. F(>!J>—Small, Mack, baaing owner's
, name and containing sum of money, on 14th.
: between II and 1 sta. Reward. Line. SiaiO,
1 f- B Hide.. Govt. Hoiela. I:4*
POSTON BULL- female don. brown with
white marking* in front, fare and neck. Lib
era 1 reward. Annly Wli H st. n.e.
CHANGE PURSE—SmaII, black leather: ce n
Iral city. Tall 461 S Kith si. n.w. Pol.
•Oft 1-W. Reward. *
( IIOKKK Stone marten; Pa, ave. near Wil
lard Hotel, Friday night; reward, luff leland
«t. Clevelnn.l IK-14.
COAT —tllark rillrmeen, with white fur col
-1 ar. Reward. 408 3rd st. nw. 12*
IH.NNKIt IKIW.V Os Mark satin with eem
lace, studded with rhinestones. A reward
will be paid for information leading to re
| covery of same. Replies confidential. Mrs.
Uliifle* Craig'e. 171*0 <■» st. n.w.
IMMi —-Small, white, female, Chihuahua and
sheep poodle crossed; strayed Sept. 26. $lO
reward for information leading to recovery.
Lincoln 4127. 12*
IMG—voilie, yellow ana white. I'ag No. 9497'
Named ‘Thum." Reward. 1007 If st. n.e. 11*
11041 —Small, black, white breast, one wnite
paw. one brown; probably In Georgetown.
Call fol. 4967AY. Reward.
KARRING—GoId. Jade drops. Friday morning
on N. J. are.' car. between Cathedral Man
sions and House oflice building. Reward Apt.
4to, Cathedral Manalons. North, afler 6 p.m.
BANDHAO—(lentleman’a, black. Wednesday,
between Bth and Kye a.e. and 1221 I) at. s.e.
Reward. J. C. Wearer. 1221 P at. a.e.
( HAN I (HAG--lady’a, on train arriving from
Philadelphia at 8:20 p.m. or at Washington
Terminal Friday. Reward. Phone Woodside
| 44 M. •_
I HANDBAG—BIack ailk, Thursday evening.
keward. 530* Colorado are. Cnl. 0687
KEYS. In tan leather folder; Thursday, at
base ball park or coming away. Hilda R.
Hanes on folder. Reward. Lincoln 7088. 12*,
MiCkHKOb —Large, blue foa. at Wallis' Res
taurant, October 10; suitable reward. 233 G
st. n.w. is*
NOTEBOOK—.SmaII, black, looae-leaf. in or
near Woodward A- Lothrop's, October 9. Re
ward. Coll Lincoln 5020.
OVERCOAT—Man's. Kngliah gabardine; near
ticket window baseball park, Thursday. Re
ward. 1618 A at. n.e. 12*
PACKAGE—Taken from a downtown shop by
mistake containing black silk dress. Reward
offered 2015 N at.
PlN—Petri and diamond, Friday morning. Re
ward. Mra. L, W. Irwin, 1925 Blltmore nw.
PlN—Eastern Star: Wednesday evening be
tween 6th and B a.w. and Capitol Urounda.
814 C n.e. 12*
I'lN—Crescent, sapphire and pearl; lady's.
Reward. Phone Mrs. H. C. Cbanlee. Cleve
land 519.
I'OUKKTUOOK—Lady'*, tan, with keys; Fri
day night, on K near Vermont are. Return
Sunday morning. Reward. B; M. Adolph. 1465
Columbia rd.. An*. -2t. s
-DOODLE, small, wfitte; reward. 1423 Chapin
at. n.w. . H*
PURSE—Oblong, black silk, between corner
of 80lh and P ata. or 3082 O st. n.w. October
8. Phone Weal 1366-W.
PURSE —Containing deeds, money, etc.; in
Columbia Theater, Wednesday. Finder please
return to owner, 1414 Maas. ave. s.e.. and
receive liberal reward. Phone Lincoln 1767-W.
„ . •___ 12*
SI'KUTAt'LES —Tortoise, in vicinity of Conn.
ave. and 9 at. Call North 600. '
SWEATER—Brawn, sett 9. row 8, section I,
ball park, Friday. M. K. Rtghtatine, Apt. 30.
1225 1/ st. n.w. 12*
WRIST WATCH—I sidy’s, with Initials M. K.
A., between 9th and 15th on F at. Apt. 102,
2106 K at. n.w. nr phone West 2012.
W uIST WATL’U.—Elgin. gold link bracelet,
ball park. Reward. 210 Ascot pi. n.e. Line.
5993. . , 1«*
WRIST WATCH—lady's, octagon, gold in
itialed "C. B. A.'*: on Friday night -between L
and the A venae and loth and 9th; reward.
Columbia 0400. 12*
W BIST WATCH—Lady's, green gold; at base
!>all game. October 10. in pavilion. Reward.,
lira. Warner, 5408 lUlnvia ave. u.w. 12*
\ ' ‘"S *"
| y , v \ . \ C \
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■ JlfoMs y Ewu.fr . \ Y ■
Blfe of (ho Minister of I’nnama. Nenor I>r. Don Ricardo J. Alfaro, and With
him rn route to Washington after a visit in their nwjn country.
Mr?. Phinesze, Mrs. fliaries Alum
ford. Mrs. Horace Macfarland. Mrs.
William Dunlop, jr.; Mr. X. I:.
and Mr. William Bowie
t hlragro Uidding «»f Intrrevi
l» WnahluKton Soelrty Folk.
' The rriitrriiiKP of .Miy.s Betty I’ea
i body Kitts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
(fbarlcs Freeman Kill?, to Lieut, .lolin
| Hinton. I'. S. A., son of Judge ami
Mrs. Edward Minton of Chicago. Hi..
| took place at noon today at St.
I Chrysostom'S Chun h at "< ’hu.-ag‘>i The
; ceremony was performed by lb. lln.
I Fred, ric 8. Fleming and was fol
lowed by a reception at the Dome ot
I the bride's parents,
j Tlie bride More a gown of wliue
1 satin made on long straight lines and
, her tulle veil was be!d by a coropei
|of orange blossoms. Miss .Martha
j Kitts was the maid of honor and Ihe
i bridesmaids were Miss Eleanor Dal
it erson. Miss Elizabeth Smith. Miss
j l.ouise Rodgers. Miss Anne Kales.
Miss Alice Carpenter and Miss Until
! K.eeley. The attendants till wore
! frock,- of pink faille, fashioned on
j simple lines.
Lieu I. Miles Cowles was best mail
and the ushers were Capt J. D. Mai
j thews. Lieut. Erie A Erickson. Lieut.
Raw' I>a 1 seres, Lieut. John Keely.
I Lieut. John Sherman, Dieut. Marcus
i Meeks. Lieut. James Calltcutt and
, Maj. K. Barrows.
| Among the out-of-town guests
were Mrs - . Georg. H. Evans of \lrx
-1 andria. Aa ; .Mr.«. Mkrrv lajwman.
! Afrs. Oesson New bold. ACrs. George
Mcl*. Minetree. all of this city; ,Mra.
j Dudley F. Kilts and Miss P itts ot
I Haverhill, Mass., and Mrs. A. D.
' Geisler of New j erk,
j Lieut. Hinton and his bride will
make their home at Fort Sam Hous
ton, San Antonio. Tex.
Mr. Leon Gr low ski, secretary to the
| Polish Legation, has taken a suite in
the Hotel Roosevelt, where ba is
[ established for the Winter. ,
Col. Marion Battle of Roanoke, Va„
who came to Washington for the
world series games, entertained in
the private dining room of the Army
and Navy Club Munday evening. - lljs
guests were Col. and Mrs. Horace •
i Barnes. I aeul. t ooper t . Barnes. Mr. ami
Mrs. McCoque, Col. and Mrs. Richard
Cravens. Mrs. Caldwell. Gen. and Mrs.
i R. C. Marshall, jr. of Battery Park,
and .Col. Stanley Russ of Washing
Former Senator T. Coleman du Pont
is at the New Willard, where Re ar
rived today. He plans to spend sc\-
eral days in Wash ington.
Mrs. Charles P. Light of the, On
tario left Washington Thursday for
a visit with her sisters. Mrs. Wilson
T. M. Beale, Oak t.ane. Philadelphia,
and Miss Ida Wilkinson Harlan of the-
Presbyterian Hospital, New York
Miss Nellie Beatle of Atlanta. Ga...
is the guest of her brother and sis
ter-in-law. Maj. and Mrs. J. L. Beatie,
at their home in Park T.ane, Battery
Park, for the month of October.
Mr. P. W. Slenip of Cincinnati is
visiting his cousin, C. Bascom Blemp.
at Wardman Park Hotel.
Mrs. Dufour, wife of Dr. C. R. Du
four of this city, and Mrs. Lucien
Clark are the house guests of Mrs.
S. A. Kendall, wife of Representative
Kendall, at their home at Mversdalc
Mrs. William Thaw, jr., of Pitts
burgh. Pa., arrived today at the New
Willard, where she will remain until
early next week.
Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris, wife of
former United States Minister to
Sweden,.has closed her Summer home
at Eaglehead at Manchester, Mass.,
and is at the Hotel Plaza in New
The first of the series of dinner
dances in the Officers’ Club at Wash
ington Barracks was given last eve
ning, and among the officers and their
wives who entertained' guests were
CoL and Mrs. W. C. Short, who had
with them Col. amd Mrs. R. E. Beebe,
Maj. and Mrs. Robert L. Eiehelberger,
Maj. and Mrs. C. C. McCormack, Maj.
and Mrs. Robert Rears, and Capt.
and Mrs. K. J. Fielder.
Maj. and Mrs. R. F. Madus had as
their guests Gen.' and Mrs. Amos
Fries, Col. and Mrs. Walter Baker.
Maj. and Mrs. William Porter, Maj.
and Mrs. Henry Eglin, Miss Olga Hull
and the fnilltary attache of the Span
ish Embassy, Maj. Victoriano Casajus.
Maj. and Mrs. Troup Miller enter
tained Col. and Mrs. John R. Thomas.
Maj. and Mrs. Owen S. Albright.
• Maj. and Mrs. Adna Chassee, Maj.
and Mrs. Victor Foster, Mrs. Dodson
and Maj. and Mrs. Fay Bradson.
Others entertaining at dinner were
Col. and Mrs. R. F. Brown, Col. and
Mra Frank C. Burnett, Col. and Mrs.
Chiwles Wesson. Maj. and Mrs. Dewitt
C. Jones, Maj. .and Mrs. O. C. Alshlre.
Capt. and Mrs. Milton O. Boone, Col.
Guggenheim, Col. Deitrlck and Col.
Winterton., ‘ .
Mr. Vnd Mrs. Parmely Herrick., son
and daughter-in-law of the United
States 'Ambassador . to France, Me.
Myron T.' Herrick, left New York
yesterday after spending a few days
at the Carlton House, and will make
a visit to their home in Cleveland.
Mrs. Herrick has been the guest for
a, fortnight pf ,Mrs. William PIBS
- WhitehOuse In Newport.
High Commissioner’ MaebiraoH"
of A astral La In Capital.''
The Hon. Donald Mackfnnon, high
coimitisaloner to Australia, with his
[ son, Mr. K. D. Mackinnort. is in
: Washington, at Die Shoreham.
The commissioner is arranging liis
affairs to return to Melbourn with
Mrs. and Miss MacKinnon, who are
now in New York.
Mrs. George Howard was among
j the- gneM-. at luncheon yesterday of
Mrs. Pulton Culling, who entertained
at the Marguery. in New York.'
Mr. William <Alden. Pb. I*., of the
l ulled States Geological Survey, will
give a lecture under Hi-’ auspices of
tb« ■ i.tertainno i,i committee of the
M omen's I'iiy 4Tnb, 22 Jackson place,
on Monday, at o’clock p.m. The
subject, illustrated in colors by si ere
opticon slides, will show ajid inter
pret the wonderful features of the
mountains and plains of l lie great
Northwest, and especially of Glacier
National Park.
Mrs. Edna Geisler of New York,
who lias been spending some time in
Washington at the Grace Dodge
Hotel, will return to her home this
Mr. and Mr.-. Charles Gran ford have
•opened their country home, Cnin -
slat- oyer ihe week •nd and will en
tertain a number of guests from Bal
timorr and Washington. Guests-from
this city art Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Landis, Mis:
Elizabeth Armstrong, Miss Mary
Keith, Miss Marion Edwards, Mr.
i 'buries i ranford. jr.: Mr. Eugene
Martin. Mr. Sherwin Edwards and Mr.
Richard Connelly.
Mr A <Prince of Chjcago is mak
ing an extended stay at the Hamilton
Marriage Licenses,
Xbi-rivije licenses l,*re ts, n issued to ih*
following; *
Ils-nld K, Philips an,| t*or»Hby P. Naderson.
Ira 1,. Furrs and Margaret M Vrultnd.
I'ran* is IF Powell. Jr , «nd Blanche F. M il
licit, itotfi ~f Baltlniorc, \Jd.
David Moictt and \t"li|c Grimes.
Flmorc 4 and Katherine .Inspcr,
Howard J Post el ter of Mount Sarafc. Md ,
and Jennie K Wolfe of Hagerstown, Md
John J. Maguire ami Helen t,. Koss.
hi)’ I*- * owl and Ir-nor* v Pierc*.
Frederick I- Money and Marian Woodard,
liolierl W . Zltnmerli and Isabelle Bmtth.
tlniseppe Maretta an,) fometia Pill..
Harry F.. \ ounp and Hull, Marshal)
Unssell Moore and Magete I oates.
Mack Ftyos and Rosa W ilson,
Frederick T. Tltnee and Is.tiise N. Berrry
Uharles W.f Welch of Gulfport, Miss., 'and
Catherine- It, Brazeroi ~f this city,
i dim p-on J Kllia of Nikeston. Mo., and
Agnes R Schantpagne of this epv.
! ■ William F. Porllock of Norfolk, Va. and
Olive i,. Allwine ~f this city.
Joseph .1. Flynn and Gladys K. Hardestv.
Jesse K Flowers and Viola R. Goff
Frederick F. Hick ami Ruth Evans.
William 11. Davis and Hallie J. Witt.
| Percy A. Sorrell ami Beatrice Nelson,
Th.naid W. Morehouse and Marv E. I.itlier
W Milam R, Harris anti Mary J. Carter.
Laurence T. Parrish of Kepnetl Squane. Pa.,
and Eleanor I> Buekman of Aecotink. Va.
Oliver Allan an d Nellie H. Stires, both
of Somerville. \ N. J.
Milton E. Stine, and Lillian F. Huntoon
; both of Somerville, V, J
Harvey Holton and Mae 1,. Cook, both of
Richmond. V».
1 Martin A. Gleason and Beatrice Haas.
Stanley Heaver and Agnes Williams.
The NNnnderlnatrm' hike for to
morrow will start from Lloyd. Va.
Take Alexandria cars, leaving Twelfth
and Pennsylvania avenue at 2:30 p.m.
or 2:45. Dr. Hall will lead, strangers
cordially invited
The Hod Triangle Outing dak will
meet tomorrow, 2:30 p.m., at Alabama
stop, Congress Heights, for hike to
Twining City .
The Sixteenth Street Height* (Tub
will meet Tuesday nt home of Mrs.
S. J. Dantzig, 21 Deanwood avenue.
The Vitaiie Hikers will Mart to
morrow-, 7:30 a.m., from Sixteenth
street and Columbia road. Thomas
R. Gaines, leader.
The Men'* Club of St, Monica'*
Chapel will meet Tuesday, S p.m.
The Malr Sinter*, prraehlng aad
singing evangelists, will preach twice
tomorrow and every night through
out the week at Grace Baptist Church.
Nor throat Washington Cltiaen*’. As
sociation will meet Monday, 8 p.m., in
Ludlow School. Election of officers.
The Soeieta Arte K Mentleri will
give a hall Monday evening at
Pythian Temple.
Romn Lodge, N'o. 163. O. F. I. A..
will, meet tomorrow afternoon ai
Pythian Temple.
Mount Pleasant Citizens’ Associa
tion will meet, 8 o'clock, in Powell
Dr. J. J, Healy of Montreal, Canada,
will give a free lecture. 8 p.m., at
Health Studio. Subject, "Blood Will
Tell.’’ He will repeat the lecture to
morrow at 5 p.m.
The International Association of
Art anti Letters will give .a. tea. from
4:30 to 6 o'clock at Shad dick Studios,
J 607 I street, where the. organization
will meet throughout the season.
Community Service dance. 8:30
o’clock, 1012 Ninth street. Free danc
ing class, 7:30..
• Columbia Chapter,* No. 15, Q; "E.- S..
will 'have a card pdrty. In 'hall ujl
Fourteenth and Ken-yon' streets.;m
Marriage t* always a trial, whether
you believe ia trial uiurrlußc or not.
Mrs. Amanda B. McKenna
Dies at Home Here After
Month’s Illness.
1 Mrs. Amanda Bornemun McKenna,
I wife of Justice Joseph McKenna of
| the Supreme Court of the United
i States, died at her residence. In the
Connecticut Apartments, 11 f,O Con
| hecticut avenue, last night after an
j illness of about four weeks. Mrs.
McKenna was taken suddenly worse
j yesterday morning and members of
j the family. Including Justice Mc-
Kenna, their three daughters and son,
were at the bedside when she died,
Mrs. McKenna was well known in
society circles, and for many years
had been closely associated with local
land national welfare work.
I Both she and her husband had been
j residents of Washington since Justice
McKenna served in the Fiftieth Con
gress, in i)>B4. Mr. McKenna was later
j selected by President McKinley for the
I position of United States Attorney
{ General, but when a vacancy occurred
J on the Supreme Court bench Justice
i McKenna resigned to (ill it. He has
i served as a Suurcme Court justice ever
; since.
Mrs. McKenna is survived by her
i husband, three daughters, Mrs. laavcn
! port Brown of Boston. Mrs. Pitts l>ut
! field of New York and Mrs. H. Mo
j Kenna Pull/, of this city, and a son
j Maj. Frank McKenna of Chicago,
i Funeral services will he held at the
1 residence, in the Connecticut apart
j inents. Monday morning at 11 o'clock.
| interment will be in Mount Olivet Cenie
l tery.
Was Prominent in Christian Sci
ence Circles Here.
I Mrs. i-aura Bianford Jennings, a
I native Washingtonian and for the
I last fifteen years prominent in Chris
j tian Science work here, died in B««s
--j ton Thursday, accorling to word re
; ceived her- . Mrs. Jennings had gone
j to Boston on a visit about two weeks
I ago,
i Mrs. Hlanford was born in this city
’ arid wa.« graduated from the Kafrtfrn
i High School here. is survived b\
I tier husband, James if. Jennings; a
son'. Bianford Jennings of Madison,
j Win. a daughter. Miss Kditii Jen
j nines of this city, and a brother.
'George Bianford.
I Funeral scr' ices will be lie lei in
! room 624 of the Pond building Sun
i day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. In
terment will be private.
Jtistri' t of Columbia and Mar; -
i land Fair tonight and tomorrow.
1 little change in temperature; gentle
| to moderate northerly winds,
i Virginia—Fair tonight and tomor
| row. little" change in temperature:
i fresh northerly winds.
Wert Virginia—Fair tonight and
: tomorrow, slightly warmer tonight
; in th< northwest portion.
tlreord for 2t Hours.
Thermometer— Yesterday. 4 p.m .
PS: S p.m . 60; 12 midnight. 33. To-
I day. 4 a.m.. 49; S a.m.. 34; noon, 71.
' Barometer— Yesterday. 4 p.m., 30,17;
! * p.m , 30.20: 13 midnight. 30.21 To
| day. 4 ».m.. 30.22; $ a.m.. 30.23; noon,
j 30.20.
1 Highest temperature. 71. occurred
• at 11:30 a.m. today; lowest tempera
| ture. 47. occurred at S a.m. today,
j Temperature same dale last year—
. Highest. 73; low est. 32.
Condition of the Water.
! Temperature and condition of the
j -w ater at Great Falls at h a.m. today—
-1 Temperature, 40; condition, mudd'".
Weather in Vartoiui t itle*.
EC Temperature x ~
■ ■
buuocs, i E* Weataer.
J; se ■
; ; ; o
Abilene. Tea. 29 9S S 4 04 .... Clear
Albany 30.20 ilk tit .... Clear
Atlanta .'!<>.22 72 32 .... Clea-
AtlantF City 30.20 c.c, ;,o clear
Baltimore .. 30 22 72 .34 .... Clear
Birmingham. 30.20 M .32 CJea-
Bismarek .. 29.50 32 .30 .... Cloudy
Boston 30.10 «o 52 .... Clogdy
Buffalo 30.34 ' 6«i 34 .... clear
Charleston.. . 30. til OS fit! .... Pt rloudt
Chicago 30.2 S Cs 38 Cloudy
Cincinnati .. 30.30 78 ,"»2 .... Clear
Cleveland . . 30.32 18 Ckir
Itcnrer J 9.45. 74 .‘»8 .... Clear
Detroit 30.X* 74 7»« Pt cloudy
El Pa an 1*0.717 S* i'»H Clear
«;al\r*ton . 30.02 - cio«r
Helena .... 3.92 *36 02 0.02 I’londT
Huron. S. H. 2S*.v«» 64 62 Cloudy
IndianapoH*. 30.28 82 60 .... Clear
Jacksonville. 30.«rj TO 68 1.06 Haiti
Kansas City. 30.11! 82 64 .... C»ear
; Ituh Anfrlwt. 30.08 6- 48 .... Clear
i Louisville .. 30 1:8 yj 34 .... Clear
■ Miami. Fla.. 29 *8 >6 74 0.30 Clear
New Orl*>an* 30.00 78 64 .... Pt.cJou<ly
Xem York.. 30.20 66 M .... Pt.cloud*
Okla. City...3o 04 84 64 .... Clear
Omaha 30.1*6 7- 62 .... Pt.cloudy
Philadelphia. 30.34 70 54 .... Clear
Phoenix .... 29.94 78 52 .... Cloudy
PlltulHirgh. 30.34 711 40 .... Clear
Pori land.M»*. 30 18 it! 56 Cloudy
Port land. Ore 30.08 54 42 .... Pt. cloudy
lUMgh.N.C. 30.2” 70 4S .... Clear
J*. Lake City 29.74 38 0.01 cloudy
San Antonio. 30,00 88 66 .... Pt.cloudy
San Diego... 30.06 62 30 .... Cloudy
S. Francisco 30.08 60 30 .... Clear
Bt. Itouin 30.18 82. 66 .... fl
St. Paul 30. PJ 64 r*4 .... Cloudy
Seattle 30.08 f*2 42 .... Clear
Spokane .... 29.94 38 30 .... Clear
WASH..D.C. 30.24 71 47 Clear
(S a.m., Greenwich time, today. 'l
I Station*. Temperature. Weather.
Horta tFayal). A sores 70 Part cloudj
Hamilton, Bermuda 74 Part cloudy
San Juan. Porio Klco 82 Clear
Havana. Cuba 78 clear
Colon, Canal Zone. 78 Cloudy
Births Reported.
The following births have been reported to
the Health Department in the laet 24 hour*:
Ira L. and Annie M. Henderson, girl.
Hubert W. and Bmma Pritchett, girl.
Don M. and Esther Hundred mark, girl.
Albert W. and Frances Chlpman. boy.
William M. and Edna M. Taylor, boy.
Paul O. and Laura L. Walkinshaw, boy.
Kirk I’. and Antrtnlne Miller, girl.
Carlyle A. and Eileen Brown, boy.
William E. and Angela Todd. girl.
Pamphill J. knd Louise Beau diet, girl.
Howard and Catherine Haynes, boy.
John D. and Mon ca A. Allen, girl.
William H. and, liobbie E. Ix>fton. girl.
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths h»re been reported to
the health department In the last 24 hours:
Kmedle Znlli. 21. tialltnger Hospital.
Providence Zanpellt. -SB, 40 P st.-
Charles M. Oe Orasse, 54, 4706 13th at.
Martha A. Smith, 45. r.artleld Hospital.
John A. Porter, .36. 2(M sth at. s.e.
William ft. BentxeT, 62. 1100 Park road o.e.
Mary S. White, 72. 2701 Conn. are.
Roberta S. Roue, 55, 2K03 4th »f. ti e.
Rudolph Peafaon,' 24. Casualty Hospital.
Helen I*. Southern. 7 month*. 213 C at, s.e.
Will.am C. Oden. 55. Proridenee Hospital.
Reheeea Baxter, 70. 144 C st. s.w.
Hunter Pleaaant, 40, 1441 Church st. 1
Albert UiiM'n. 59. Ballinger Hrspllal.
Frances Cherry. 4, 131 Blair road.
Stunt Aviator Killed.
BROOK VII. GK. Ind., October 11.—
Carnet Kstiep. 27,- stunt aviator with
a flyii«»r circus here, was killed when
the plane in which he was riding
with Albert Hunter, pilot, crashed to
the ground one mile west of here.
Hunter suffered only, slight bruises.
A cauvasais feeing-made among tWr
women la Eagland to enlist their aid
in having the wori obey eliminated
from nMurlage ccrcmonlca.
j Re-Elected President of Takoma
Park Home and School
Mrs. Otto Ls. Veerhoff was re-elected
president of the Takoma Park Home
and School Association at a largely
attended nreet.'ng last night in the
Takoma Itiblic School. Other officers
elected wore: First vice president,
Frank C. Merritt; second vice presi
dent, Miss Harriott M. Bugbee; re
cording secretary, Mrs. Anna Bowden
Bassier; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Theodore Schhiftt, and treasurer. Dr.
! Samuel J. Dantzlc.
; The contest for presidency of the
[organization was a spirited one be
i tween Jesse ('. Surer and Mrs. Veer
ihoff. and It was so close that K was
I not until the last vote was counted
i that the winner was announced. The
i election was then made unanimous,
j Mrs. VeerhotT made an address of ac
'ceptance and pledged her support in
■ all matters during- the coming year in
I tlic interest of the school and urged
co-operation on the part of the inein
) hers of the association,
j The election was followed by an ad
; dross by W , C. of tr*orgf-
| as .^ i / | Kt°ri University, who spoke on
I the Enrichment of the Curricuiutp of
|the Elementary Schools." Inuring the
j election of officers Hr. Ouy Clinton
: acted as temporary presiding officer,
j MlSfi McQueen, principal of the school,
;and many of the teachers of the Ta
konia School were present.
-• .
j Oklahoma ah.nc produces one-fourth
of tin petroleum of the whole of th.
• United States.
Carbs of Cfiank*.
| JODSOH, I w.sh to express mv sin**ere
'■>*<uk» sr.,l appreciation to ray neighbor
irieoiis and various organizations for liiejr
*J“P«toy and beautiful floral
tnh'pex at th- .bath of my father. Wti
iV'i " :sl ’ fa et-Pres* oar t-ipcere
I ar ‘ , ‘ M'Prt-eiatipn to *air relative
1I"**" 1 11* 1 for Ifair kindness.
sympath. and beautiful forai tribute* at
I iiT*ij our "otter. I<MU I:VANS
• huv Mlis - l-I.IZAKiiTI! SKI.
I* ON 'Mr MItS. SADIK WAiil). •
l _ Beatfja.
’ October 9, 1921. LLOYD F.
; AH Jit ru hUS. Friend* «an v ie*v the re
mtiriw Hiae** parlor. 2ftol Hth nt J u
15!? ~ m ’ s ,iora ** Sont ‘ Kork. Vt.. Hun
' day. II a.m. #
.. Suddenly. October S. 1921.
Ur 'V l-'i- “tr-d tt; ~rir.. daughter or
,Ir ' |„. „. r .-hamt-rs. 1725 it * , •
: |.®H Y - ,iT I,,rt, ' U . ,hi “ 'ifr Thursday. Octo
• itci'iitv 2< r.*' ‘ :1 -’ I’- m - t'UA-M KS 1..
simiiV 1 ';, f , f bri-f illn-re. Kunerai
l.r 'i , r J 2 ; *' 1 P-"t- front her
at. r.u.u|. ; ms. ~19 „. a;r r(J L
’’ 1 . Kr,-nils invited. ,
Si--p on, lillie darling, am! lak- >our re>l •
t.od look you away for Me ioT-d ‘you best!
' Cl^. T J EK ® l;cK - Departed this life, sndijrulv.
” -due»<lav. October s. i».•-(, , t IMI -, th vI
r-f . THOMAS CLATTFftBn K. bel .vc;
! l ‘en;e t latterbiick and Thomas i iai
! ot* leaves to mourn their loss a
! * J si > I .rr one aunt, a number of
, J •“►■"it and fio-nds. funeral Sundat, o<
I l ?.rl. pm • trr,m ‘*<>l- * ' ia-khs
I hape,. laterment Payur’s Cemetery. Hi v.
; I.ujati » oirnnir officiating. •
i ELLIS. liepart-d tics life iVtoher b I»-t
1 Mi.,' Tat*,'**. '• V,H ,rn,pU «"*•• Iteiroh
| UtWAKIt, tielov evi husbaod
ne- , K!,! * tVilaon i. Inter
j a l+ungio-.i. N. ( •
i HAMTLTREt. I'rMav.
I vi >rr ,>r of* hi .
• V* iC ‘ r> - Ha w Ijii
■ hamu.tkkk. j n i»is "iH
Ih.l »*.. Monday, (). totrr l.', t M r
I i ‘L*’? W *’• *’ Ini#»niH»nf a» \>h «Jrorc. Va
u a »1 roiciiv**.- iaviu*(l. U*
, HABJUB. Sudd-nly, Vriday October m joy.
J husband of
! K Harris, aged ol’years. Funeral-rr.
I— »• l*te residence, 18T.7 I.atuont -•
j U.'V.. Sunday. October fy, at :i M . It-;,
1 1-,',' a"' ,r ‘ -Ld ; tnvited to atr -nd. Hindu
I omit flowers. liuerm-at at White ‘Marsh,
* -.- 12*
HUNT Tidier' Hidden leaf Whirpe-inj Mope
, So.el.r. toll are r*rtu-sted to attend the
fur.e-a, of M ; S s AI.BERTA Ht VT’ Suodai.
i KantV'T I r> ' 1 P- m -. at New Itetiie
I Haptist Cncrrh. w.rtjer u s ftth aod S -is
» n. w.
, PAT IdS-K MMtSHAI.I,. Pres.
JXIiVINGS. Thu-sday. October 9 19'M n
>*•»».. Mrs. »-AFRA BKANItVoRP
.IKNMN..S Survived by husband. James H
I J»nn;nss; by son. Riandforrt Jennings ..f
, Madison Wis.. and by daughter. Edith, of
Washington I>. t Service Sunday after
• noon 8t A:„0 in *>24 Bond Bu'tdme.' Inter
j men* private, e tr.dlj omit tluv.crs. •
McOOSKICK Saturday. Oeiot*er it t9 ,l 1
It V\ \is. betov-d husband of Moni-a Me’
i Jormick inee Morgan' Funera! from fits
j iat- re,idei ce. 1377 North Carolina a
- ru-silay. October 14, at s:3b a.in .
] thrre-e to the Holy Comforter Church where
! ”’•*» ’*•'»' he SAW *1 9 am., for the repose
of his soul. Interment Mount Olivet feme.
| Relatives and friends invited. tfl
McKEHNA. Friday. October to. 19'M at
I i:3O pm .at her residence. 1150 Connecticut
loved wife of Mr. Justice McKenna of the
I supreme t nun Os the Fnitej States Fune'al
, '- r 'Ate residence. Monday.
! . < : , ?!r r aT *m. Interment private.
' anfnrnia
■ AAOTON. Wednesday. Oetota>r s 19"4 a’ *•
I !,T” T“Wence. SUM New Uampsliirc
■ 1 •• I MM.V beloved wife of Mo n rv M„t..u
Remains are mating at William V. Motor's
funeral establishment. 2'42'6 Eye m ian
be aeen until 1:30 Monday. Fun-ra! from
.feru«len, , I< ,, His, shun-h at 2 p.m. Mondav
• letoher 1... Rev. Harris will, offiriaie. "
PEAPEH. Friday. 0.-tolier |i» 19**4 at o*3o
P_m.. at tier residence, 1f.24 ijalen si s e
MII.ItnEU, b-loved daughter of August ami
ionee" laVeT"'- 13 ''unem,
PEARbON. Officers and members of Ana
■•ostia i .Hindi. No. j r 0 A M gro
mi|u-«le.i to attend the funeral of our late
firritner. JOHN R. PEARSON, from his late
residenco. 30tifl Nichols ave. s.e Sundov
October 12. 1924. 2 p.m. “ ■''
x Fsn-n A’. JffTCE. roundior.
1.. A. ESTI.P. Recording Sect. •
POCH. Thursday. October 9. 1924 at 8 4'.
p.m.. at Sibley Hospital. WU.I.IAM POCH
tieioy—d husband of the late Pauline Poch.’
I unerai Monday, octoh-r l.t. from Uawlrr's
« 1..10 IVnnPjhmit Mr*, n.w. Ueouiem
nmtiK Mi St. StF*phm’B Chur* b, 2fUb unri
IVnnxjlnniß mv*. n.w., at 9 a.m. Intrr
at St. Mary’s Com^tfry.
PBATT. Kotciv<} into eternal rest, suddenly
V\ednPHiay, 0.-tobcr h. iy*J4. nt his rehi
dence, 111 f St. n.w.. JAMES, devoted bus
band of Maggm Pratt. He loaves to mourn
their Iws a devoted wife, one brother two
sisters and a host of other relatives and
f , ri u n<1 w E, un? ™l Sund «y »t 2 p.m. from
John T. Rhines funeral parlor. :!rrt and Eye
( sis, s.w. Interment at Rosemoni Cemetery.
, RAGLANS. Heparted thin life October S
1 I 0 : 4 - V 2 , : P \ w r jrLIA ' • kaoeam.;
Is'lovcil wife of James n. Ragland She
died in full triumph of faith. She leaves
to mourn their loss.two sisters. Mrs Lottie
James. Mrs. Mary Tinsley: one niece. Mrs.
Corinne White: one daughter, Mrs. Earl
Jordan: three sistera-in-law. Mrs. J. R
Gentry, Mrs. Polly I/ewis. Mrs. C. Wash
ington. Funeral Sunday. October 12. at I
p.m.. at 10th st. Baptist fhurch. Rev! Will
banks. pastor.
nearest Julia, thou hath ie/t u».
We our loss most deeply feel;
But ifs God who has bereft .us.
He can ill our sorrows heal.
RAGLAND. Members of Martha’s Tent. No.
25, G. R. 11. and t». T’.. are hereby notified
to attend the funeral of our sister, JFI.IA
KAUIAMi. from Tenth Street Baptist
Church, loth and It sis. n.w.. Sunday. Oc
tober 12. 1924. I o'clock. AH sister tents
are cordially invited. Call meeting Satur
day. tVctober 11. Winslow's Hall. SISTER
R. 8. •
REBBTOCK. Friday. October 10. 1924, tt tbe
residence nf her daughter, Mrs. William It
Fosbender of Md., Mrs. SOPHIA
HKBBTOCK, beloved mother of Frank A.
Rehstoek and Mrs. W. H.. Fos bender, Fu
nerai from the chapel of Frank Celer's ‘Sons
00., 1113 7th «t. n.w.. on Monday, Ortoher
13. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at Bt.
Mary's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment
iprivate) at St. Mary's Cemetery.
REBBTOCK. The tuid'cs' Sodality of SI.
Mary's Ctiurch will meet at the chapel of
Frank Geier’s Boaa Co., 1113 7th st. n.w.
on Sunday. October 12. at 4 p.m., to recite
the office of the dead for Mrs. SOPHIA
RKBSTOCK By order ..f
! ROBINSON. Suddenly, Wednesday. October 8,
I 1924, at 3: .V> p.m., at ids rewdence, 241
Elm at. n.w./ JAMES ROBINSON, beloved
husband of Lottie Stevens Robinson: loving
father of Lillian ami Monroe; foster father
of Thelma Kobinsoh ; v devoted brother of
Burras. William, Spencer. David and Henrv
Minor. Funeral from Metroimlltan Baptin'f
Church Saturday, October tl. if 8 p.m..
Rev. M. W.. I*. Noruian. pastor. Interment
■ t Hewlett, Vt. H
BOBEN. Thursday. October 9. 1924 DAVID
H. ( bushand of Hie late Annie Resen. at
his residence. 1300 Randolph st.. n. v. Fu
nerai Sunday. October 18, at 2 p.m. 12*
BOBEN. A special communication of Penial
- pha tkidge. • No. 23. F - A. A. M.. will Is
le* Id at Masonic Temple at 1 p.m. Sunday.
October 12, to attend funeral of DAVID B i
ROSEN. By order of five Master
ISAAC C. FIELD, Secreia:}*. I
| SMALLWOOD. Friday. Oeto’h-r Id. 1921 - *
: funeral at flic Church „f the AtonCincot.
1 iieltenbam. Md,. »u Sunday, H.-toU r 12. at
[ II a.m. Friends and relatives invited. •
SPENCER, Friday, (1.-tolier 10. |9»4, at Ro.l.
i Lni'a- -UV.- 1 Mary ELIZABETH
| SPENCER, in her 84fh year, daughter ..f
the late I, H, a ,„| Mary Mansi Funeral
Monday. October 13, at 2::'.n p.m., from
.Church at R.s kville. Interment
lUx'krillc* I nion (Vmi*lefy.
TtmNXR, Iteparted tLis. life Friday, fh-tober
I * 1 at h«*r resi<l«*n«v. 14H4 Morfit n'.
! ** Mism MaHIIIa a. TLUNKK. Mks
i ~ iauKhtr. r . r,n,l ohiM of William
1 'T • * IJ , Turner, She iparen to mouru
tiieir, l#ss two era n*l mot hers, two
t un*i*h. op<* aunt ami a host of other /v‘a-
I tMp« apd frk*n«jH. KuneraJ from Zion Han
( ti«f i hurch on O toU>r Unt I oVlwk. Kev.
• illiaiii J. flow am. pastor.
A i»ruui«MiH line us i.as gono,
A • vomv wf low is si *ll -
A plaufl is vacinj in 4»ur homo
That never van U ttiltol. j:;*
WITHERS. hui!il«*r.sv. Thnrsilav. <ktr.i»»T 0
. Krj4. FJ«ANfi:K A WITiIFItS. i'ov.
i «I«ujr»if# r f,f iN arl Z Wi l«*rs aped -*
J Funeral wrvif > at her !aie r* solenup. ifi>
. n -- v - at I p.m. I mis in-
J nted to attend. . •
3» illeinonam.
COOK. In lo* »np ry»'irjorj of nif dear • broth?:.
j \ AI. K \ FINK ( OOK. aho ii«*;«ar(e<] tiii> !;ff
\ six yi-ar-s apo tmla.v, f»«tob*T 11. 1918.
•h'ue, hul ri-merpiM'reil.
Ills MOTIIEU. SoniJ.X « OOK. •
COOK. In '•id l*iit iovinu. reinombratie** of our
| dear mother and pramirnnth*r. MARY A
| C'OOK, who depart.-d thU life three par,
apo toda>. Oetotaer 11. 15*21.
In our hearts rohr rnmi'iry Jiuper*.,
I’ender. fondly, sweet and true
There > no» a da.v. moth* .
Thai we do no* th»* k of v»n.
KU.WOOI) ANI» >3ST«»N. •
DIGGS, in ’»\ inj r»*i'n ini»rar**« of *>»» <i* nr
■ 1“ "oaret a.d fatJ*'T. •I .A KKN* I, JMG'/S,
v ,t, .h-jir rtetl fhfw iff.* « x y nr.- ap** soda; .
October 11.
In : \if gTM\4»y a:*>l. >•!«•(■
Wfi.re ti e irt. wer> pent!; -«a < .
hr* t iiv • «t,r* v.e loved s«» deariy
Af.d : rjeij *v4. harii •to -a •»•
j II T>l\ i.m; wifi. WI» I Mihiu:i;\ •
I REEMAN I \ lovmjr . |.-a e
) o' devote,! i.i-.jr*. . MAIS'VIIA I’RKI:
MAN v ,o d‘ »:j;w life six years apo
today. Oi tooer 11.
T.je flovrer- whl f»**
IWt ‘i -r* k'nadae! . ’ never
k ifKH li;:\OTFf» I»AM,in.:u. lI«»ItTKXI*F
y<»r\d • •
• FREIHAK. In -ad n*<*n hra*.*<T e - our d?
roied n„.tVr. MA It I IIA IHCKMAN. w-ho
d.ed . yea r* ag . o toter 11 |!#|«.
S .me mav think we are not lone!;-,
Wuen ai time- t;«»y us smile
Ic'ttle do they kv.-w the heartaches
That V. e wnfiVr al. »rie u ( , e.
UKi: ii»»\ in*; in dtAMt wii run
HARDI3JG. I j - *i i* — r.p remefp|»ra:’ ,/1
nt if ... a- er. MAI RICK
HARDING. wl*«* «Jeparted tX«rfc- in Nantes,
1r « »•••*. -ix )•«•*-' apo soda?. o--t,. U-r It
Tixig.t rec* -a mcnif.ry
•»f a loved one ]»-,J »,\ -Apt
\ n«f :. * -* <, - • rerueii er i
Are site < *!•■» w \•«• lot biJ *i •nt iev*
KATZ. In "3*l and !<>r r **mr*nih p of
on- dear «on. WII.I.IAM KATZ. died
t o t'B-* apo f oda.v. ft. loln.r tl. UPJJ
Ju*»f a line of SWeef ►'•!ii»*in|.-H >!•-.
.lilnl a »pefnor\ f*»:i»| HD‘i ! “U*
Just a token «* f love's ilcih’ on
That our r i*art* -r!t| Jonp f»»r too
FA TH F fl. M*»THf;i: \M* FAMIM
LIEBLER. Ir. mem or\ *>f **tir beloved -<
; I.I.uYI* T:a.\TI;R I IKHI.fr. lieutenan*
Company 11. :;2nif In fan ry. in Fran-r
si* jea?s apo today tl. J9IB.
He i- '•till here »n urinurrh-* > *'d wjo,
; His elieriehetl |»re*er»*-e }de-<.e> ail our day
eventide and a s ! the I*. .Jay
W. ihinU of h'rn j'l-t u-*ed in d r >.
; The of *•. w4»ij’ i*- pawned
I ■ ‘ si nine spirit and 1 ■■ • light * a
The 4.f h’ •* vft . ‘ - -if. , v % tr, V,
Ju'l a' they vrerr. a-.- •> tp i,. *]• the
sfOTlir.ll t\n PM». *
NFULAND. In hut •••:!£ r.rr.emhra *•
«.f »Mir dea- *oh and h-ofl.rr .IOSKPH ft
' Mil T AM), ’x ho d '-.j - . via - apo i.mJa
o.loher 11. 191 S.
Till FX MI r V »
6AVARESE. Ir o\ *• pmo-i nf rn v d''s
brother. fORV SWAUKSK. 'wK» diVj -
• Ip t p- rne of tout’ va - f;c
tove.j |.« a v»o Ui.e-* m-
The only brother i hat .a- i. ft to rv’.-
; \n»l xet 1 had to lo*o*- i.i-u. ■ *
AJ»'iouci< xon as,* . yo»j a-e IMS :
Nor *ll you »-\er tg‘
| As Ion? «s lifo refrains ixilh
I xx:|t ahvtys ri-m-rnSr .
SMITH. In lot ns reniemh-ase** *.f mr de§-
t-ushand. Wlf.f.fAM H SMITH oho left
Ipe four 3»ar- ap*». M**Kd>er 11. 1020,
In mx heart \mjr memory linperM,
Tender, fondly. B.\c**,*r ai,#) irne.
• There is not a day, dear William
That I d** not think of you.
i SMITH • •
THAYER. Sa<-rr.| to e mriport of aur derr
1 fa’he-. NF.IgSON «. Tl IA YI K. ‘*x h.. depart-*1
this life n yeiTh 0»*lol*er 11.
Sad rxa* th** hour of iiia? ijr '»i'py day
AYiien eaPM CAir d“«r a:l»er a«ay *
A loving father. »*.i gm»d und kin#l.
No friend on »«artb like '.nt xxtll \%* fird
ms ) IIIIJ*RKN. •
412 H St. N.K. Phone I.lncolu 524
, Madera Chapel '-itcmohUe Funerals
3. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director aag
Embaliner. Livery In connection. Commodlona
ehapel and modern crematorium. Moderate
picea. BS2 P«. are, n.w. Tel, call M. TgdL
ID K.Spcare (so.
Roy M. Perry—Main 984—VKera'd Walah.
Uichard K. Harrey. M.*52 Aon st. N \V
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Undertaker*. Embalmed
Homelike Funeral Fariora.
Phone Lincoln 4><o.
i 526 L St N.W. Main 1544
Quick, Dlgnlßed and Rfflrlent Service
W. W. Deal & Co.
| Automobile Service. Chapel
; Frank Gcicr's Sons Co.
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. 047a
i Modern Chapel. Telephone. IVlftin dZ4/J
317 PA. AVE. S.E.
Model Chapel. Llacola Id
Private Ambnlanee*.
Livery In Connection.
Neither the successors of nor con
nected with the original W. R, Spearn
940 F St. N.W.
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
3034 M St. N.W.
Gawler Service
Funeral Directors Since 1850
Main 5512 ””
Timothy Hanlon
841 H ST. N.B. Phone L, 5543
1784 g. CAP. BT. NORTH 7971.
Geo* C. Shatter VL2 n M& *J:
lat UODEBATE PKICES. Prompt delivery.
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Prompt auto delivery aerrice.
I Artistic—expressive—inexpensive.
Mjrudc Bros. Co., 1214 F U

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