Attend this concert and note the individual
qualities that distinguish this famous pianist. Then
go to the store of any dealer in Victor products
and hear the Victor Records by De Pachmann.
Note how faithfully his renditions are portrayed
on the Victrola. Ask specially to hear his record
of Chopin’s “Prelude, Op. 28, No. 4”; “Etude,
Op. 10, No. 5”; “Impromptu, Op. 29, A Flat”;
“Prelude, Op. 28, F Major” (6363).
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WOMAN ASKS SIO,OOO.
Alleges She Was Hurt In Automo
Kate M. Hereford lias tiled suit in the
Supreme Court of the District of Colum
bia against Daniel V. Chisholm for
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a y J E VIOLATED the early 14th Sj
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prescribed standing in the pillory S|
and having the offensive produce p|
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S? ments in that historic era, but they B
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fry a thought for cleanliness and purity K
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Smooth, trim, lustrous hair
this will keep your hair
in place * . •
How does your hair look an Men have found in Stacomb
hour after you’ve brushed it ? what they have always needed
All out of place—mussed— —an easy, natural way to
every which way? Only a make their hair lie as they
hint of its trimness left? like it best, and stay that way
That used to be the daily from morning till night. •
experience of most men. Your hair —however dry
For then there was no quick, and straggly, however uncon
cffective way to keep the hair trollable after being washed —
always in place, looking at all will keep in perfect order all
times just as you want it to day long if you apply just a
look. Old-fashioned pomades touch of Stacomb when you
mattfd the hair and made it brush it in the morning,
greasy. Water evaporated Women use Stacomb, too.
quickly and left the hair drier Whether the hair Is long or bobbed,
and harder to control than stacomb makes it lie close to the
I ever head, in smooth, lustrous lines, ac
cvcr* cording to the present fashion.
A great change This delicate invisible cream can
But now Stacomb has taken a
place among the essentials of and department stores. Use Stacomb
the well-dressed man’s .equip- tomorrow morning, and look your
ment. And everywhere you go bcst aU day/
you see smooth, neatly-combed
hair—natural, soft, lustrous. &** 11 ■
I KEEPS THE HAIR IN PLACE
SIO,OOO damages. The plaintiff con
tends that on November 18, 1923, while
riding in an automobile near Meadows,
on the Marlboro turnpike, the machine
was struck by ah automobile driven by
the defendant, resulting in injuries to
her. The plaintiff is represented by At
torneys Murk Stearman and Henry
SEE EARLY ACTION
ON BUNG BILL
Commission Puts Aside Plan
Submitted in Belief Con
gress Will Act Soon.
With the President, the Budget Bu
reau, the Public Bindings Commission
and many members of Congress heartily
in favor of making an early start on the
program advocated by President Cool
idge in his first budget message of
spending $!>,000,000 a year until the
pressing needs of the Government offices
in Washington for proper housing in
Government-owned buildings have been
met, there is every prospect that this
legislation will he rushed through early
in the next session of Congrees.
This was the conviction expressed at
a conference of the Public Buildings
Commission in the office of Senator
Smoot yesterday, when it adjourned
without taking action on a proposition
whereby the office of the controller gen
eral. which is one of the Government ac
tivities nv-et urgently In need of a new
building. would be adequately housed. A
private construction eompany had been
negotiating with the Public Building*
Commission and with Controller Gen
eral McCarl looking toward erection of
a building on B street between Nine
teenth and Twentieth streets to be
leased to the controller general for a
period of years, with the Criited States
Sovernment having an option to pur
chase the building w-ithin a time limit at
a fixed price. The plans called for thin
proposed building to fit In with the pub
lic buildings program as provided for in
the Smoot bill now pending.
No action was taken by the commis
sion at its meeting yesterday upon this
proposition, because the commission felt
eo sure that the $50,000,000 program for
housing Government activities in Gov
ernment-owned buildings would go
through early in the coming session. It
was thought that Congress would readily
appropriate some $3,000,000 or 14,000,-
000 to start work on this program, as
all that would be needed the first year.
leading advocates of the $30,000,000
public building bill for the National
Capital emphasize that President Cool
idge has repeatedly declared his ap
proval of such legislation, and that the
Budget Bureau Is heartily in favor of It
aa a measure of real economy, because
It costs as much for repairs on tempo
rary’ buildings now used as offices
and" for storage of priceless documents
which are known to be flretraps as U
would coal to build or rent modern
Grands, Uprights, Players
Factory Prices N
Will Save You SSO to $l5O
1210 G Street
A headache O
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r o PERHAPS ITS UfdS!
Q Street N.W.
SUITES of 2 and 3 rooms
and bath and .breakfast
rooms. Well arranged, all
outside. Open evenings until
9:30 p.m. Representative on
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
727 Fifteenth St. N.W.
Telephone Main 378
Mourning Blacks Dyed
Carmack Dry Cleaning Co.
NO WATERY GRAVE
—Never sold before at this price
W. W. CHAMBERS
Reduced His Price From $l5O
has grown in favor of the people.
He will furnish a complete
| funeral of fine quality for
$75 —$100 —$150
—Sharing usual profits with his
Ambulances (local A f\l\
W.W. CHAMBERS CO.
14th and Chapin Sts. N.W.
Phone Columbia 432
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DOHENY OIL SUIT
Able Legal Array Prepared to
Fight to Return Elk Hills
Reserve to U. S.
By the Associated Preaa,
1-OS ANGETI.ES, October 21.—The
suit of the Government against the
Pan-American Petroleum and Trans
port Company to cancel the leases
obtained by the E. I* Doheny Interests
In the Elk Hills Naval OH Reserve
was on formal call today In Federal
Judge Paul McCormick's court. It
was continued from yesterday by
agreement of counsel.
With several nationally prominent
oil men Involved and oil property
estimated to be worth $100,000,000 at
stake, the case is expected to bo one
j of the most Important and spectacular
| legal battles ever waged In a Western
Former Senator Atlee Pomerene of
Ohio, and Owen J. Roberts of Phila
delphia, special counsel appointed by
President Coolldgc. constitute the
chief counsel for the Government,
while the Pan-American interests will
be represented by Frank J. Hogan of
Washington, chief counsel, and Fred
eric R. Kellogg and Joseph J. Cotter
of New York.
MRS. COOPER DIES.
Wife of Former Representative Ex
pires at Bramwell, W. Va.
Mrs. Edward Cooper, wife of former
Representative Cooper of West Vir
ginia, died at the home In Bramwell,
W. Va., Saturday night, according to
word received here. Mrs. Cooper was
well known In society circles of this
Mrs. Cooper was a native of Lex
ington. Va. It was while living there
that she met her husband, Mr.
Cooper, while the latter was attend
ing the Washington and Lee Univer
sity. Mr. Cooper served In the House
of Representatives from 1914 to 1918.
He is now well known as a coal
operator in West Virginia.
Mrs. Cooper was a life member of
the Women’s Congressional Club. She
was last in this city during the world
series. Miss Douglass Cooper, a
daughter. Is a student at the Holton
j Arms School here. Besides her bus*
j band and daughter, she is survived
jby a son, Edward Cooper, jr., of
Bramwell; two sisters and two
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
The North Carolina Society will he
j entertained by Mrs. F. B. Moran at her
1 residence, :,116 Massachusetts avenue,
j tomorrow, 8 p.m.
| Dance. G-H building. Recreation
Hall, Government Hotels, tomorrow
Mrs. Rachel Don. national president
i of the New Zealand W. C. T. U.. and
■ Dr. Abernethy will address mass
meeting Sunday, 3 p.m.. in Calvary
Baptist Church. Mrs. Wayne B.
' Wheeler will sing.
Maryland State Society will meet
Thursday, 8 p.m.. Thomson School.
The Helen Keller Association will
meet tomorrow, 2 p.m.. at home of
Mrs. W. A. Smiths. Thirty-ninth and
Kalorama Citizens’ Association will
1 meet, 8 o’clock, in parish house of St. I
! Margaret’s Church. Maj. Franklin I
i Bell will speak. Open forum.
| Eugenia Washington Chapter. D.
: A. R., will have card party for ben
' efit of chapter house, at University
! Women’s Club.
Benning-Glendale-Oak land Citizens’
Association will meet at Smothers
The Women’s Bar Association will
meet, 8 o’clock, at Womens College
Club. Delegates to Women Lawyers'
Association and to American Bar As
sociation will make reports.
The Washington Club of Printing
House Craftsmen will meet, 8 o'clock
at the Ebbitt Hotel.
The members of William P. Hunt
Chapter. No. 16. O. E S.. will hold
a minstrel show in auditorium of
New Masonic Temple. 8 o’clock.
BARBERS ARE FINED.
Geisomino Cerrone and James W.
White, barbers working in a shop at
237 Pennsylvania avenue southeast,
were each fined $lO in police court
today by Judge Robert E. Mattingly,
for violating the sanitary laws, in
that they failed to sterilize their
razors after shaving, customers, In
violation of the health laws.
I BILL FOLD. In Prudential Insurance
j containing money and picture: reward Corri
; can. 1331 Vermont are. n.w. •
; 00i.1.18 Large brown and white: license”No
110707. Return to No. IS Engine Co., P C
! P. D. Pth and K ate, s.e., and receive reward. •
! I)0«}—In N.E.: small dog, valuable breed?
I prove ownership. Lincoln 6841.
I FOX TERRIER—White. tan apota. short tail
I male: at I-surel racetrack on Saturday. Wath
! tngton Animal Rescue League. 349 Maryland
1 ave. n.w.
I BAR PlN—Gold; Initial A. Columbia 9775. •
! BAR PlN'—White gold, sapphire set; n w aec
j flon. Reward. Franklin £>449. •
i BILL”FOLD —On Brookiand car between Brook-
I land and O. P. 0.. this morning, containing
money nnd auto permit. Liberal reward. John
A Parker, 1222 Perry at. n.e. •
CAT—Persian? gray; reward. 31 W iTw
North 2584-J. 28*
DOG. Pekingese, tan, male, near 7lh and B
a.w., Monday night. Reward. Return 215 Bth
st. a.w. 22*
DOO—Strayed away Friday afternoon; “large
brindie bull terrier, wearing harneaa with
license tag 7798; reward. 1136 17th st. n.w.
Franklin 0215. 23*
FRENCH POODLE—MaIe, araali, white; near
Bluemonf. Va. Reward. Droop, Washington
or Bluemont. 1840 Wyoming ave.
CLASSES? white tortoise sheTf - Reward. Main
833(1. Branch 004. after 6 p.m. •
GLABSES?-Torlol*e, in case. vicinity oKPn
pont Circle. N. 9945-W. Reward. *22
GLASSES —Tortoise ahell rimmed? - In’ black
leather case marked Harry 1* Fevre, Kings
ton. N. Y. Helen Vruoman, 1740 Euclid st..
Apt. 30. • Co! 9943-J. •
GOLD BROOCH, compriaed of three hollow
rings inteitwincd: on Sunday afternoon. Octo
ber 19, between 1343 Clifton st. n.w and Hiv
erdale. Md. Liberal reward. Call or address
apartment 52. 1343. Clifton st. n.w. 22*
LOCKET -Goid heart, Ivy - 'design? diamond
croas; photo of child. Reward. Apt. 42. 921
19th st. n w. ai*
POCKKTBOOK—Containing money and - checks,
around 306 14th at." n.w., in store or on cor
ner. _ • •
POCKETBOOK—AIIigator; containing - 'money
and papers. Liberal reward. Address Infor
mation. Box J5-T, office. _ 23*
PUPPY—One large, tan and whlte, - wlth tag
and collar. Phone Columbia 3189.
PURHE-On Thursday, October 18, probably
on 18th at. between Corcoran and C sts.. rose
colored leather purse, containing money, mem
oranda and key. Reward if returned to Room
201. Htbba Bldg. 23*
PURSE —Black bead, containing money and
keya. Phone North 80S7. Reward. 23*
PURSE—Black, containing money and gold
pencil; on 18th and lowa bus; reward. Potomac
2790. ' * 21*
RADIO RATTCkV CUAROSR—Dropped from
auto, Friday; northeast section: reward. 47
florid* ave. a.w. 21*
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German War Leader Diet.
BERLIN. October 21—-Lieut. Gen.
Baron von- Kreytag-Loringhoven,
former chief of the nupplementary
general ntaff of the German army,
died yesterday. He had written a
number of books on military matters.
Carb of Cfianfes.
REAMER. We wish to express our sincere
thanks sad appreciation to our friends for
their kind sympathy and lieautlful floral trlb
uiea at the death of our mother and grand
mother, DUKA KRAMER.
MRS. AMELIA UOWABh AND FAMILY. •
BOTTB. October 18, 1924. at l>anh*m. Md.
to Melvin A., and Beatrice E. Dolls. a son.
BROWN. D©part**d tktisa life Monday, October
1&24, at her homo in ForettviU**, Md.,
Mri. Co ft A BROWN Suit), ag**d 43
yp*tm. Kuupral Thursday at 2 p.m., at the
Kplphany Church, Fore*tvill<*. Md. 22*
BROWN. Departed this line Monday. Oc
tober 20. ll»24, at 0:15 p.m., at her reai
denft*. 1.52.5 sth at. n.w., after a long illneaa,
which she bor« with Chnatlan fortitude.
GKORGI ANNA, devoted wife of the late
Brown. She leaves to mourn their
loaa three daughters, Mrs. Blanche Terry,
Mra. Hadie Harvey and Mrs. Beatrice Brook;
«ne loving grandson, Harold Harvey, and a
host of relative* and friend*. Notice of fu
neral later, John T. Khiaes A Co., funeral
director, In charge. (Philadelphia and Grand
Rapids, Mich., papera please eypy.)
CLARK. Monday. October 2i», 1924, AI<LEN
CLARK, of I'r.noe Gtorge« County, Md.,
husband of late Anna Jones Clark. Fune
ral from the residence of his daughter, Mr*.
Johu 11. Naylor, No. I Wine avenue. Hy
attsville. Md., on Wednesday October 22, at
2 o’clock p.m. Interment Ft. Lincoln. •
CLARK. Departed this life, Monday, October
30. 1924. at 10;45 a.m., at the resident of
hia daughter. 1718 4th *t. n w.. JAMES
CLARK. beloved father of Maud Marshall
(nee Clark), grandfather of Augustus and
Percy Marshall Funeral Thursday. October I
23, at I o’clock, from Zion Baptist Church, i
F st. hetweeu 3rd and 4V* sis.* a.w., Rev. I
W. J. Howard, paator.
Dearest father, how we miss you.
You were »o good and kind.
But God took you home to heaven
And aweet memories you leave behind.
COLVIN. Suddenly. Sunday night, October 19,
1924, CHARLES M., beloved son of Mra.
Mary W'. Colvin. Funeral Wednesday. Oc-
U>b©r 32, from hi* sister'* residence, Susie
McKinney Boyle, 4468 Conduit rd. Interment
•t Catlett, \a. Relatives and friends in
° ctob<> ** I®. 1924. GRACE A. CRAIG,
mother of Charles H. Johnson and
” l*_v,am H. Johnson. Remains renting at
W. Bundy's chape], 649 Florida ave. n.w.
runeral from Florida Avenue Baptist
Church, Wednesday, October 22. at 2 p.m. •
DORSEY. Suddenly, Sunday. October 19. 1024.
at 5 am., at the Gallmg»-r Hospital JAMES
DORSET, husband of Kate Dorsey and
nephew of Rosie Gios*. Funeral Wednesday,
October 22, at 2 p.m., from the W. Ernest
Jarvis funeral parlors, 2222 Georgia ave.
DORSET. Departed this life Sunday. October
19 1924, at 5 a m.. JAMES A. DORSET,
be.oved father of Horace lK>rsey and devoted
friend of Essie Green. Funeral from the W.
Ernest Jarvis parlors. 2222 Georgia ave.
n.w., at 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 22.
Loved in life, remembered at death.
FISCHER. October 20. 1924. ANNA ELIZA
BETH FISCHER, aged 87 years. Funeral
from W. W. Deal’s funeral home. 816 H st.
n.e.. Thursday, October 23. at 2 p.m. In
terment Pro*pect Hill Cemetery. 22
GAKRETT. Tuesday, October 21. at Pitta
burgh. Pa., BEBSIE B. GARRETT. Funeral
from residence of her father, Mr. John Bell.
5922 Harvard st., Pittsburgh, pa , at 3 p.m.
Thursday, October 23. 22*
GERIS, Monday. October 20. 1924. MARY,
daughter of Joaeph and the late Rose Gcris.
Remains at the chapel of Frank Geler's
Sons' Co., 1113 7th st. n.w. Funeral at
Bristow, Va., Wednesday, October 22.
GIDEON. Suddenly, Sunday morning. October
19, 1924. LACK A GIDEON (nee Johnson).
beloved wife of Ernest Gideon. She leaves
to mourn a loving mother, one daughter and
two sisters and u host of friends. Funeral
services at her late residence. 5 Fenton pi. i
Ilw., Thursday, October 23. at 9 am. lu
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 22*
GORDON. Early Tuesday morning. October
21. 1924, at his residence. 1737 Q st.. J.
HOLDSWoRTU GORDON. Notice of funeral
later. • }
GRIFFIN. Monday, October 20, 1924. at liar i
residence. 2130 Florida ave. n,w.. EMILY
CALL. beloved wife of Appleton I*. C. Gris- (
fin. Interment at Cambridge. Mass. 22 !
HOLLXDOE. Suddenly, Sunday. October 19
1924. Miss MAMIE HOLLIIXiE, daughter of
the late Joseph H. and Ruth A. Hollldge.
Funeral from Wright's undertaker's estab
lishment, 1337 10th at. n.w., Wednesday,
October 22, 1:80 p.m. 21*
MACNICHOLAB- October 19. 1924. at Tucson.
Ari*., DOROTHY MACNIUHOLAS. beloved
daughter of Richard and Ellen Mao.Mcbolas
(nee Ryaol. Notice of funeral hereafter.
NICHOLS. Suddenly. Saturday. October 18.
1924. at the Stoddard Baptist Home. LOUISE
S. NICUOU, daughter of the late John
I Nichols. Funeral Wednesday, October 22.
I at 1 p.m.. from the W. Ernest Jarvla funeral
parlors. 2222 Georgia ave. n.w.
PERKINS. At the home of her daughter: Mrs.
Lars Anderson. Weld. Rrookllne. ANNA
WELD, widow of Commodore George Hamil
ton Perkins, United States Navy, in the 89th
year of her age. Funeral private.
RIGHT. Monday. October 20, 1924. at her
residence. 2019 Hillyer place. MARTHA
ANNE, widow of Judge William L. Rigby
of Lancaster. Ohio. Funeral from her late
residence. Wednesday. October 22. at 2 p.m.
Interment at Lancaster.
RIPLEY. Tuesday, October 21. 1924. at 9:40
a.m„ at his resldtmce. 3009 11th st. n.w.,
GEORGE HOWE, beloved husband of Lulu
Waters Ripley. Notice of funeral later.
SCOTT, Entered into eternal rest Sunday.
October 18. 1924. at Ereedmen’s Hospital,
after a brief illness. ELIZA SCOTT, devot
ed mother of Silas Campbell. She leaves to
mourn their loss one son. fonr sisters, two
nieces—Mrs. Anna Howard of Philadelphia
and Mrs. Irene Fnderwood of New York
City—and a host of relatives and friends.
Remains resting at John T. Hhlnes' funeral
chapel. Funeral Wednesday at 2 p.m., from
908 2nd st. s.'e. Burial in Payne's Cemetery.
SKEFFEY. Tuesday, October 21, 1924. at 1:05
am., at her residence. 321> 5 Oakdale place
n.w.. LAURA A.. lieloved mother of Mrs.
Stella A. William*. Leiia Klieffey, Patterson.
Georgie Sheffey. Johnson and Arline Myrtle.
Notice of funeral hereafter. ' •
THOMAS. Departed this life Sunder, Octo
ber 19. 1924, at 11:30 p.m., WILLIAM
THOMAS, beloved son of William and Eliza
beth Thomas. He also leaves to mourn
their loss four sisters and a ho«t of other
relatives and friends Funeral Wednesday.
October 22. at 11 a.m., from his late
residence at Cedar Heights, Md. Interment
at Ridgeley, Md. •
THOMPSON. Departed this life and entered
info the Joys of heavenly rest at 8:15 a m.
Monday. October 20, 1924. little LOUIS A.
THOMPSON. He leaves to mourn their loss
t loving mother and father, a devoted grand
mother, one brother, and a host of other
relatives and friends. Funeral Wednesday,
October 22. at 10 t.nt.. from 1017 Ist st. s.w.
Sad was my heart and heavy.
Bitter with hidden pain.
Oh. how we strived to «ave him;
Strived, but all in vain.
MAMMA. PAPA AND GRANDMOTHER.
Still In the arms of Jesus.
Pillowed upon His breast,
I heard a soft, sweet whisper
Telling his soul to rest,
0. but I felt the anguish
That broke his sacred heart,
As on bta cross of sorrow
He took the sinners' part.
TOTING. Monday. October 20. 1924. at 12:45
p.m.. HELEN MAR. belovod wife of John
M. Young. Funeral service at Iter late
residence, 2231 Ist street northwest Wed
nesday, October 22, uc 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends Inviled to attend. Interment
at Alexandria, Va *
BANKS. A tribute of love to the memory
of my dear wife, who passed sway r. the
great beyond, four years ago today. 1920.
1 cannot hear your voice, dear wife,
Tour smile I cannot see,
But let this little token show.
I still think of thee,
RICHARD H. BANKS. •
BUTLER. Sacred to the memory of our lov
ing and faithful mother and grandmother.
RACHEL BUTLER, who entered eternal rest
ten years ago today, October 21, 1914.
If love and rare could prevent
Your days would not so soon be spent.
Life was desired and "God did see"
Eternal rest was best for thee.
YOUR DEVOTED DAUGHTER TRANCES.
Dearest grandmother, how we miss you; •
You were so good and kind:
But God took you home to Heaven -
A sweet memory you leave behind.
DEVOTED GRANDDAUGHTERS MARGUE
RITE AND MAUDE. •
CKO?IN-KEITH. In sacred remembrance of
our dear husband and father. EHRHAAN 8.
L. UHOPIN-KEITH. who left us six years
ago today, October 21, 1918.
God alone knows our sorrow
Aud the grief we have to bear.
Rut things would seem much easier
If you could fill your empty chair.
How we need you, no one knows.
To help us through this world below.
With the hardships and (he snarea:
Jesus. Son of Mary, bear our prayers.
Rest in peace.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND CHILDREN.
CUSTARD, lu sad but loving remembrance
of our beloved husband and father. JACOB
FRANCIS CUSTARD, who departed this life
three years *go today. October 21. 1921.
Isa lonesome here without you
And aad the weary way, -
For life la not the same to us
Since you were called away.
HIS LOVING WIFE AND SON, WILLIAM
CUSTARD. Jr. •
GILBERT. A tribute of lov© Id memory of
f.Hr.lf* 1, huaband. father, ton and brother.
FRANCIS E. GILBERT, who God colled to
rent on© year ago today, October 21. 1923.
There Is u time when human akill will fail.
God a will must be done;
The be*t medical aid proved no avail.
God needed you and took you home.
devoted Wife, hahah.
In our home you are fondly remembered.
Ffweet thoughts still cling to your name:
And the heart* that loved you in life,
_ J- o** 0 ** * T °u vieath lust the same.
ING DAUGHTERS, I DELLA AND
A faithful father, ao good and kind;
A b©tt©r father you could not find.
While h© lie* in peaceful sleep.
Hi® sacred memory we shall keep.
HI« KONB. KKRMIT. FRANCIS, Jr.. AND
I aat by yoor bed. dear father.
And did not move away.
Until Jean* Chrlat, Our Savior, came,.
And aileotly took yon away.
My heart in deep aorrow return* to the day,
A* memory rergll* bow death bor** my dear
And left me In feara and grief and In wo«,
W hen I atood hy hi* cavket one y*ar ago.
LOVING DAUGHTER, SARAH, Jr.
Deareat brother, how I mGa you.
You were «o good and kind;
But God took you home to heaven.
A sweet memory you leave behind.
He has gone to the end of his journey.
His sickne** and sorrow 9 are o’er;
He has entered the beautiful city
And dwells on the golden ahore
I cannot hear your voice, dear brother.
Your smile I cannot see:
But let this little token show
1 at ill think of thee.
Nobody knowa my longing.
But few have neen me weep.
I shed my tears from an aching heart.
While other* are fast asleep.
HIS LOVING MOTHER. •
GIVENS. In sad but loving remembrance of
our granddaughter and |i»ce. LILLIAN D.
GIVENH (ne*» Minor), who left us nine year a
ago today. October 21. 1915.
Today recalls a memory
Os a loved one laid to rest.
And those who still remember her
Are the ones who loved her heat.
AT NT GEORGIA JOHNSON.
From Heaven smile. O Lillian!
Ask God to lead me when I die
That I may meet you. dear Lillian..
Some day and by.
THE FAMILY. •
HARRIS. In loving memorv of our heleved
parents. Father DANIEL HARRIS, who
left us 19 rears ago. May 30. 1905, and
Mother MARTHA HATTON HARRIS, who
left us *i\ ago. October 21. 1918.
LOVING DAUGHTERS. ELIZA V. WINO
FIELD, CELEBTINE ALLEN. •
LOOEMANN. In aad but loving remembrance
of our dear nlere. LOUISE E. LOG EM ANN,
who departed this life six years ago today,
October 21. 191 R.
We cannot hear your voice.
Your smile we cannot see;
But let this little token show
We still remember you.
FAMILY UETKING. •
LOGEKAKN. In loving remembrance of our
dear daughter and sister, I»UI8E E.
IXK3EMANN. sho died six years ago. Oc
tober 21, ISIS.
It is sweet to know, we shall meet again,
Where parting he no more.
And the one we love so dearly, ia our Louis®
Has only gone before.
In life wc love her;
In death we alwar* remember.
HKR I#OV ING PARENTS. BROTHERS AND
LOHR. In sad and loving remembrance of oor
little son aud grandchild. WILLIAM COMP
TON LOHR. who died two years ago toda:,
October 21. 1922.
HIS FATHER AND GRANDPARENT. C. G.
AND T. C. LOHR.
RECKERT. In sad but loving remembrance
of our dear granddaughter and
AUDREY I. REUKERT. who departed th;a
life two years ago today. October 21,1912.
Forget you no. we never will.
We loved you then, we love you a till.
Tour memory, is as fresh today
As in the hour you passed away.
GRANDMA AND GRANDPA
In the graveyard, silently sleeping.
Where the flowers gently wave.
Lies the one we loved so dearly.
And tried ao hard to aavr.
AUNT MAT. UNCLE GEORGE AND UNCLE
RECKERT. In sad and loving remembrance
of our darling little daughter and sister.
AUDREY IRENE, who departed this life
two years ago today. October 21. 1922
Audrey waa Beautiful, young and fa r.
With big blue eyes and go'den ha!r.
! And none too aweet for an angel bend,
i That we know aUe found in the better land,
j How long she struggled with disease.
Teat baffled skill and care.
How long she lingered, racked with pain.
\ But with all patience she did bear.
' She left a memory fair and sweet.
Fragrance can never die.
Her Pfe was short, pure and aweet.
When God called her on h*gb.
MOTHER AND DADDY.
There was a vacant place In Heaven.
Which was not quite complete.
So God took onr darling little s.'aier
1 To fill the vacant at.
BROTHER AND SISTERS. •
TONEY. In memory of «vir devoted mother
and grandmother. MOLLY TONEY, who de
parted thin life three years ago today. Oc
tober 21, 1921.
In our hearts yonr memory lingers.
Sweetly, tender, fond and true;
There is not a day. dear mother.
That we do not think of you.
Our home ia sad. oh. Lord, how dreary.
Lonesome, lonesome, every spot;
Waiting for your voice till weary.
Weary, for we hear it uot.
We did not know the pain you bore.
We did not see you die.
We only know you went away
And never said good-bye.
CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN •
WILLIAMS. In memorv of our devoted wife
and mother. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS who
died October 21, 1905.
Death broke the familr bond of lore
That bound our hearts ts one.
And then a roice wa* heard to tax;
Servant of t.od, well don*.
HER T/OVINO HUSBAND, DANIEL WIL
LIAMS. AND DEVOTED DAUGHTER,
ANNA HARVEY. •
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