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CATHOLIC PRELATE
OF CINCINNATI DIES
Archbishop Moeller Widely
Known for Deep Learning
and Active Service.
By the Associated Press.
CINCINNATI, Ohio. January 6.
Archbishop Henry Moeller, fourth
bishop of Cincinnati and the third
to attain metropolitan rank since the
THE EVENING {STAR, WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY. JANUARY 6, 1925.
creation of the diocese approximately
100 years ago, died last night at his
residence, in Norwood Heights.
Like his saintly predecessors, the
venerable prelate was active in “the
business of the Father” to the last
and death claimed hltp after a day
spent in active service.
Smiles at Death.
Those in attendance at his be
side when the end came say he was
conscious to the last, listening at.-
tentatively to the prayers of the
priest in the admlntstfatlon of the
last sacrament. And as the passage
was recited- "Depart, O Christian
soul, out of this world in the name of
the Father who created thee; of the
Son who redeemed thee and of the
Holy Spirit who sanctified thee," a
smile transfigured the countenance
of the prelate, and Archbishop Moel
ler had passed to render an account
of his stewardship.
The end came at 10:30 o’clock. It
was some moments later that the at
tendant priests realised that their
spiritual superior was no more, and
the realization came as a shock that
likewise will be felt in Catholic cir
cles throughout the United States,
since the metropolitan of Cincinnati
was famed from border to border be
cause of hiß deep learning, his kindly
personality and his untiring efforts in
behalf of religious education.
Ailing gome Time.
Archbishop Moeller had not been
in the best of health for several years.
Two years ago he suffered an attack
of influenza and at the time his life
was despaired of. As soon as possi
ble. however, against the advice of
his Intimate friends, he resumed his
duties and insisted upon following a
schedule for official visitations and
confirmations that would have taxed
the efforts of a more robust and
younger man Although the arch
bishop had been ailing since Christ
mas eve, when he pontificated at the
Christmas mass at St. Peter’s Cathe
dral, his death at this time was en
tirely unexpected.
Sinoe Christmas he had remained at
home until yesterday, when he went
to Delhi, Ohio, to confer with the
Sisters of Charity at St. Joseph’s Con
vent. Returning to his home in the
evening, Archbishop Moeller became
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beautiful casket, burial case, hearse. iars.
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Phone Col. 433
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Administrators’ Sale
of
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Honorable Frank B. Brandegee
Formerly Senator from Connecticut
At Public Auction
Within Our Galleries
715 13th Street
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Jannary 6th, 7th, Bth ud 9th, 1925
At 2 P. M. Each Day
Embracing In part painting* by Tboma* Sally, Rembrandt,
Peale, Homer Martin, James H. Wright, Healy. Jeremiah Then*,
John Slmbert, Enoch Wood Perry, Oeorge C. Lambdin, Ridgway
Knight, Dwight W. Tryon, Harry Chase, Arthur Parton, Ashton
Knight, J. F. Cropsey, A. B. Durand, W. L. Bonntag, Max Weyl
and others, including several from ihe Thomas B. Clarke col
lection.
Engravings and etchings by Rembrandt. Zorn, Sears, Gal
lagher and others.
Pine Furniture made by OasiragM. Hew York. Also many
original antique pieces. Oriental rags, large pier mirrors, silver,
Sheffield, complete set of table glassware, clock sets, ivory and
lade carvings, bronses, Cloisonne vases. Capo dl Monte and other
china; valuable library manuaoripta, fireplace brasses, Ac.
By order of W. Don Lundy and the National
Bank of Commerce of New London, Conn.,
Administrators.
Kenyon A Macfarland, Attorneys
Now On View
Catalogues on application to
C. G. Sloan & Co., Inc., AucU.
ill after eating dinner and died a few
hours later following a heart attack.
Rt. Rev. Daniel A. Buckley, recent
ly created & prothonatory apostolic,
will assume charge of the Cincinnati
diocese pending appointment by the
Pope of a successor to Archbishop
Moeller. The diocese consists of the
.States of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky,
Tennessee and part of Michigan.
PROFESSOft OF PHYSICS
AT GEORGETOWN PIES
Rev. William R. Cullen Member of
Jesuit Priesthood for Past
20 Years.
Rev. William R. Cullen of George
town University died yesterday after
noon at Georgetown University Hos
pital, where he had been confined
since Christinas suffering from pneu
monia.
The president of the university.
Rev. Charles W. Lyons, will officiate
at the funerai services tomorrow
morning at 11 o’clock, in Dahlgren
Chapel. Interment will be in the uni
versity cemetery. Relatives of the
deceased priest, including a sister,
Mrs. Clinton Cook of Brooklyn, N. Y,
and two brothers, Maj. Edward Cul
len of Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and
Hay Cullen of Middletown, N. Y., will
attend the services.
Father Cullen was born October 28,
1885, In Brooklyn. N. Y. He attended
St. James' School there, and later St.
Francis Xavier College, in New York
City. He entered the Jesuit Order In
1905. He had been a member of the
Georgetown ftfcuity since last August,
being a physics professor. Before
coming to Washington he was con
nected with Loyola ( College, Balti
more. He at one time was also con
nected with Holy Cross College.
WOMAN POET DIES.
Mrs. Marguaret Brisbane Wall
Known as Writer.
NEW ORLEANS, January 6—Mrs.
Marguaret Hunt Brisbane, widely
known as a poet and magazine writer,
died at her home yesterday after an
illness of several months. She was
born in Vicksburg, Miss., and was the
widow of Dr. Howard P. Brisbane of
New York.
Railroad depots of Turkey that
were destroyed during the war are
being rebuilt with added annexes for
housing local railroad employes.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
The Gen. Cknrlen A. Uoytn Unit,
American Women'* Degion, will meet
tomorrow, 8 p.m., at the home of
Mr*. John J. Miller, 1315 A street
northeawt.
Aiioeiatfoa of Oldeat InkaMUtta
will meet tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., at
Union Engine House, Nineteenth and
H streets, Capt. George W. Evans,
chronicler of the association, will
read his report of current events of
the year.
The Helen Keller Guild rrlll meet
tomorrow, 2 p.m., at home of Mrs. W.
P. Spransy, 1882 Columbia road,
apartment 28.
Lincoln Post will meet tomorrow,
2 p.m., In Grand Army Hall.
The executive board of the Politi
cal Study Club will meet Thursday,
11 a.m., at the home of the president,
Mrs. Prank G. Odenheimer.
Joppa I,odfire < hapteb, No. 27, will
have a short business session fol
lowed by a reception to the worthy
matron, Mabel S. Boyd; the worthy
patron, Dr. A. M. Trlvett, and other
oilleers, tomorrow. Program and re
freshments.
Study dais tomorrow, 8 p.m., of the
United Dodge of Theosophlsts, 1731 K
street. All welcome. ,
Stormont Aid for Consumptives will
meet tomorrow, 10:30 a.m., at Har
rington Hotel.
Maj. Power Reassigned.
Maj. E. Ormonde Power, United
States Infantry, attached to the office
of the Assistant Secretary of War,
has been assigned to the 29th'lnfan
try, at Fort Bennlng, Ga.
FOUND.
UMBRELLA—Lady’a, Hr. Paul's Chapel. - De-
Sint Hate rudrean. Address Pox 288-K.
My qfljee. ,
LOST.
AIREDALE llOti, male; license on collar. Con
"**J? v hle, Pa. Suitable reward. Tel. Adame
■>Qxp. a
BAQ—t'himoii, '-outlining jewelry and inwur
anca Identification card. Return to 000 10th
st. and receive reward. 11*
BAR BIX—-Platinum and diamond, on Wed
neaday afternoon. Liberal reward if raturnad
to B. R. Jacobson, 1458 Spring rd. nw.
Adapia 2145.
BEAUS- Amber and purple, on 14tli ,t. cart
or between Oak and Decatur or in Park Thea
ter. Reward if returned to 1357 Oak »t. Co
lumbia 322.
pONTOX TERRIER DOG. loot or atraye'd.
vicinity 18th and Newton eta.; small dark
brown and white, erect ears, white feet,
black collar trimmed blue beads: liberal re
ward R. B. Callahan, 3364 18th at. n w
I’hone Columbia 3969. 7«
BRACELET, Inscription "Raymond to Nelly,"
between 19th t.nd N or 19th and Biggs pi.
Reward. 1808 Riggs pi. 8*
PAT—Cray, tiger, leather collar, with N. 385
and 1824 16th at. Phone North 385. 8*
CLOTHES—Monday, January 5, at 14tb and
M at*, or between M at. and N. J, are. n w.,
bundle of aoiled clothes. Return to 1129 N. J.
are, n.w. Reward.
COIN PURSE—Containing change and 4 keys,
between 13tb and X and 14th and M ata. n.w.,
January 5 Phone 1583. 1231 N at. n.w. •
COIN PURSE— Small, containing bill* and
change, on 14th at. car, Jan. 5. Return
37 Olrard n.e., or phone North 12011 V. Re
ward.
EARRING—Green and silver; 14th between
U an(l Fairmont, Sunday. Main 1145. 6*
EYEGLASSES—Monday afternoon, a pair of
eyeglasses, gold nose piece. Phone Cleve.
629. Reward. 7»
GLASSES—Tortoise shell; southeast section.
Call Lincoln 1150.
GLASSES Tortoise shell, in black leather
case, from Slme's, Dec. 31. Call Col. 7231.
Miss Pond. a
GLASSES—Between 19th and Newton and
Calvary M. E. Church. Please call Col, 10450.
LOCKET—GoId, oval, with pearl anchor on It;
lock of hair Inside; between Alexandria and
Washington via bus line. Hewagd given.
Phone l ranklin 7084. •
MESH BAG, gold, vicinity Monmouth Apt*.,
containing driver's license. Return to Monona
Riddick, 2810 Aebraead pL n.w., Apt. 4.
Reward. 7.
NOSE GLASSES—In silver case marked "L
D. L.,” either on 17th st. near Kllbourne at.
or in Tngomar st. near Conn. ave. Reward if
returned to Lee D, Latimer. 9Q7 15th st.
PEARL NECKLACE, 3-strand, Dec. 30, Ticln*
Hy 16th and Colorado ave. Call Main 5765
between 9 and 5. •
POCKETBOOK, small, containing lady's watch
*nd $6 bill. Binder please return watch and
keep money. Agnes Daly. 819 Eye st. n.e. 8*
PUPPY—German police dog. about 10 months
old; answers to name of Poncho; neighborhood
of 15th and V n.w. Phone North 415. Liberal
reward.
RABBIT HOUND—Black, white and brown
reward. R. E. Schaefer. 1219 Kearney at’
RAT TERRIER, white, one black ear. bobbed
tall, name Firpo. Reward for return. 205
7th It. B.W. r|
WRIST WATCH—Lady's, Hampden, gold Re
ward, Columbia 3602. e .
WRIST WATCH—Lady's, green gold; between
lOtn and Pa. ave. n.w. and Ist and M sta
a.e.; reward. Phone Lincoln 1815 A I
Grimes. 1120 Ist st. ae. ' O . *'
WRIST WATCH, lady 'a (Gruen), gold mesh
strep chain, Sunday about 8 p.m. between
Bellevue lunehroom and Earle Theater, or in
Palace Theater; reward. Cal. 5491 1354
Fairmont st. n.w. *
WRIST WATCH—GoId, oval, gold face Swiss
movement, black ribbon band. Teienhor.
North 9080, Apt. 120, telephone
FUNERALDIRECTOR&
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director and Em
balmer. Livery in connection. Com mod ion*
chapel and modern crematorium. Moderate
pricea. ."32 Pa. ave. n.w. Tel, call M. lflfia.
R. F. HARVEY'S SON
Richard K. Harvey, 1432 V St. N W
FUNERAL PARLORS. Pot, 2207. f,4«
Frank Geier's Sons Co.
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W'. Ojvs
Modern Chapel. Telephone. ‘tlßWl 49/J
Quick, Dignified and Efflcient Service
W. W. Deal & Co.
818 H ST N.E. LINCOLN 8200.
Automobile Service. Chanel.
JAMES T. RYAN
• 817 PA. AVE. S.E.
Model Chapel. Lincoln 142.
Private Ambulances.
Livery in Connection.
VL. SPEARE CoT
Neither the successors of nor con
nected with the original W. R. Speare
establishment. QArt E* C f xi \xr
Phone Frank. 6626. J W.
Joseph F. Birch's Sons
(ISAAC BIRCH!
3034 M ST. N.W.
Phone West 98.
YOU SHOULD HAVE
Gawler Service
Funeral Director* Since 1850
Main 5512 ™
Awe. N.W.
Timothy Hanlon
841 H ST. N.E, Phone L. 5548.
WM. H. SARDO & CO.
412 H Bt. N.E. Phone Lincoln 524.
Modern Chapel. Automobile Funerals.
T. F. COSTELLO
NOW LOCATED AT
179* »■ CAP. ST. NORTH 7978.
I THE ORIGINAL 1
UUL Speare do.
1208 H STREET. N.W.
MAIN 108 FORMERLY 940 F ST
ALMUS R. SPEARE WILLIS 8. SPEARE
* - - CiYPC J. NICHOLS - «
FUNERAL DESIGNS-
Prompt auto delivery service.
Artistic—expressive—inexpensive.
Gude Bros, Co,, 1214 F St.
BLACKISTONE'S
Floral "Blanket Sprays"
And Other Beautiful Floral Designs at
Moderate Pricea. 14th A H. Tel. M. 8707.
Geo. C Shaffer
CHOICE FLORAL EMBLEMS Main 3418.
*t MOMBBAXH PRICES. Prompt DeUvary.
ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES.
TONIGHT.
Braille classes will be held at 16
Jackson place, headquarters of Dis
trict Chapter, American Bed Cross,
at 8 o'clock. Volunteers are wanted
to join tlie classes, where instruction
in braille work and shellacking: will
be given without charge. The work
ers prepare braille books and shel
lac braille pages for use of the war
blind.
The Minnesota .State Society will
meet. 8 o'clock, in Susan B. Anthony
Foundation room, 1709 H street, to
elect officers for the year.
Columbia Heights Citizens' Asso
ciation will meet at 3017 Fourteenth
street. Representative Allard H.
Gasque of South Carolina, superin
tendent of schools for 20 years in
his State, will speak of “Public
Schools and District Welfare.” Jesse
C. Suter, president of the federation,
will speak on District suffrage.
Troop 73, Boy Scouts of America,
will meet, 7:80 o’clock, at the Y. M.
H. A. Building, 403 Eleventh street.
Takoma Park Baptist Men's Club
will meet. 8 o'clock, in parlor of
Sunday school house. All men of the
church, congregation and community
invited.
The Botanical Society will meet, 8
o'clock, in assembly hall of Cosmos
Club. Prof. Bruce Fink of Miami Uni
versity will lecture on “The Lichen
and Its Algal Host,” and Prof. J. Ar
thus Harris of the University of Min
nesota will speak of “Studies on
Plant Tissue Fluids." Social hour and
refreshments, with an especial wel
come for out-of-town botanists.
Caib ot Cfianfes.
SHEEHY. We with to express our sincere
thunks and appreciation to our many friend*
and relatives for their kindness, sympathy
and the beautiful floral tributes at the death
of my wife, CATHERINE SHEEHY.
FAMILY. •
©fatfjg.
BRIGGS. Suddenly, Tuesday, January 6.
1920, at 2 a.in., at Emergency Hospital.
AGNES BRIGGS of 1625 17th st. n.w., resi
dence of William I. Lee. Notice of funeral
hereafter.
CARMAN. Sunday, January 4, 1925, at 7:30
am., after a lingering illness, at George
town University Hospital, Miss SADIE B.
CARMAN. Funeral from the home of Mrs.
Charles Jenkins, 2622 North Calvert st., Bal
timore, Md.
CHAPMAN. Departed this life in Philadel
delpbia, Pa., Sunday, January 4, 1925, AN
DREW CHAPMAN, loving husband of Susie
Chapman He leaves to mourn their loss
three brothers, two sisters, one uncle, three
aunta and a host of friends. Funeral Wed
nesday, January 7. at 2 o’clock, from Me
Guire’s funeral parlor. Friends invited. •
CHENERY. At Ashland. Va.. Friday. Jan
uary 2. 1925, IDA BURNLEY, widow of
James H. Chenery. She is survived by four
sons and one daughter. William L. Chenerv,
associate editor of Colliers Weekly; Chris
topher T. Chenery, civil and mining engi
neer. both of New York; Charles M. Chenery
of the Babcock Lumber Co. of New York
and Philadelphia; Mrs Edwin Perrin of
Mamaroneek. X. T.; Dr. Alan J. Chenery,
V. 8. N., and one sister, Mrs. Henry Clay
Browning of thin city. *
DE VANEY. Monday. January 5, 1925, RED
MOND, beloved husband of Charlotte De
5 aney of 302 6th st. s.e. Funeral from
the parlors of James T. Ryan, 317 Pa. ave.
s.e., Wednesday, January 7. at 8:30 am,
thence to Bt. Peter's Church, where mass
will be sung at 9 a m. (Elmira and Ge
neva. N. Y., papers please copy}. • •
DE VANEY. Members of Washington General
Assembly, Fourth Degree, Knights of Colum
bus, are advised of the death of Kir Knight
REDMOND DE VANEY. Remains at James
T. Ryan's funeral home, 317 Pennsylvania
ave. s.e. Funeral on Wednesday morning at
0:30 o’clock; thence to St. Peter's Church
where mass will be said at » a m. All mem
bers are invited to attend.
MICHAEL D SCHAEFER.
Faithful Navigator.
DICKERSON. Departed this life Sundav. Jan
uary 4. 1025, at 3:30 am., JOHN J. DICK
ERSON. beloved husband of Alice M. Dicker
son. aged 60 years. Funeral from Metro
politan Baptlat Church Thursday. January 8,
at X p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
(New York papers please copy.) 7*
DOBBYN. Tuesday. January 6. 1925. at her
- residence. 8 6th st. n.e., ROSE ELLA, be
loved wife of the late James R. Dobbyn.
Notice of funerai hereafter.
OILKEY. Monday, January 5, 1925, at Emer
gency Hospital. HETTIE, the beloved wife
of the late Obie Gilkey. Funeral services at
Saffel’s chapel. sth and H sts. n.w.. on
Wednesday, January 7. at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment at Glenwood
Cemetery.
GREEN. Departed this life January 5. 1925,
at 6:45 a.m., at her residence. 3222 15th st
Anacostia. D. C., ALICE A., deari.v beloved
wife of James S. Green, sister of James J.,
Arthur C., Walter 8. Dorsev and Florence
V. Douglass. Funeral Wednesday, January 7,
from the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual
Help. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited.
A precious one from us has gone
To dwell in the Great Beyond. •
HAGER. Tuesday, January 6. 1925. at 12:30
am., at his residence, Cherrydale. Va.,
PETER, beloved husband of Emma A. Hager.
Funeral from the parlors of William H. Scott,
408 Bfh st. i t., Thursday, January 8. at
1 ;30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment at Arlington National Cemetery.
HOLMES. Monday. January 5, 1925. at 11:45
p.m., at his residence, 1740 Montjrello ave.
n.e., JOHN, husband of the late Laura
Holmes and son of the late Kusan Mackerel,
brother of Thomas, Francis Wylie, Margaret
Davie and the late Mary Robb and the oldest
deacon of Metropolitan Baptist Church. No
tice of funeral hereafter.
HUNTER. January 5, 1925, at 10:55 r.m., at
his residence, 4124 Fessenden st. n.w., WIL
LIAM H. HUNTER, beloved hoshand of
Catherine Caldwell and devoted father of
Mrs. George Collins and Clinton C. Hunter.
Funeral from his late residence, thence to St.
Ann's Church, where requiem mass will be
•aid at 9:30 o'clock Thursday morning, Jan
uary 8. Friends and relatives invited.
JOHNSON. Entered into eternal rest Satur
day, January 3. 1925, at Tuberculosis Hos
pital, GERTRT.DE JOHNSON, devoted cousin
of James Tolliver. Remains resting at John
P. Rhines' funeral chapel, 3rd and Eve sts
S.w. Funeral from the residence of her
friend, Irene Harrison. 436 Armorv st s w
Wednesday, January 7, at 2 p.m. 'interment
in Rosemont Cemetery. Relatives and friends
Invited.
MoCLELLAND. Tuesday, January 6 1925 at
her residence, 301 Rhode Island ave. n'.w.
ANNIE G. McCI.ELLAND. Services at her
late residence Thursday, January 8 at 2
p.m. Interment at Oak Hill Cemetery. 7*
MILLER. Suddenly, Saturday, January 3
1925, at 1:30 r.m., CHARLES, the beloved
husband of .Mary Miller and father of Mrs
Mary Young. Remains at hl« laic residence,
140,i sth st. n.w. Funeral IVednesday, Jan
uary 7. from the Third Baptist Church. stli
*»<?, Q ***• , n -Wi 9t 2 p.m., Rev. George
Bullock officiating.
We did not know the pain you bore.
We did not see you die;
We only knew you went away
And nev -r said good-bve.
THE FAMILY. •
MONTGOMERY. Sunday. January 4, 1925, at
3:30 a.m., at Providence Hospital CYN
THIA MARTHA MONTGOMERY, aged 7
years 6 months.
How we will miss the welcome footsteps
Os the one we loved so dear;
Oft we listen for her coming.
Feeling sure that she is near.
We did not stand beside her bed
Nor did we see her life depart,
But when we heard that she was dead
It nearly broke our hearts.
LOVING MOTHER AND FAMILY. •
NICXOLS. Saturday, January 3. 1925. LUCY
NICKOLS. She leaves to mourn their loss
two daughters and two sons and a host of
other relatives and friends. Funeral services
will be held Wednesday. January 7. at Jack
ton A. M. E. Church. ForestviUe, Md. at 1
o’clock. Interment Forestvllle Cemetery. *
PAULS. Sunday, January 4. 1925, at Freed
men’s Hospital, CORA, beloved mother of
John Davis, Harrison M., Otho and Emma
Pauls of 2340 9th st. n.w. Funeral Wednes
day at 2 o'clock from 2349 9th st. n.w. In
terment Harmony Cemetery. Remains rest
ing at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral parlors,
2222 Georgia ave. n.w.
PHILLIPS. Sunday. January 4, 1925, at Sib
ley Hospital, ALICE ELIZABETH, beloved
wife of Arthur J. Phillips. Funeral from
V. L. Speare Co., 940 P n.w.. on Tuesday,
January 6, at 8 p.m. Interment Union
Bridge, Md.
PYVELL. Tuesday, January 6. 1925. at
Providence Hospital, MAYE LENA, beloved
wife of William H. Pywell and daughter of
the late John C. and Sarah M. Baxter, sister
of Jean C. Baxter and the late Commodore
W. J. BaxteT, U. 8. N. Notice of funeral
hereafter. •
SAMPSON. Suddenly, at St. Luke's Hospital.
New York. ALDEN SAMPSON, in Ills 73rd
year. Notice of funeral later.
BAVAOE. Suddenly, Monday, Janusrv 5, 1925.
at Garfield Hospital, FREDERICK M.. be
loved husband of Clara Savage and father
of four sons and one daughter. Funerai
• services from the S. H. H'nes Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w., Thursday, January
8. at. 8:80 a.m., thence to St. Patrick’s
Church, where mass will be said at 9 a.m.
SHOEMAKER. Suddenly, Tuesday, January
0, 1025, RAYMOND SHOEMAKER, aged 9
years, son of Joseph A. and the late Jane
Shoemaker. Funeral at 8:30 Thursday from
his late residence, 640 F at. a.w.; thence to
St. Dominic’s Church, where mass will be
said at 9 a-m. Interment private.
Beatfjs.
TURNEH. Monday. January 5, 1025, at 12:0$
a in . at Imm residence, 414 B at. n.e., Maj-
JUNIUS THOM AH TURNER, beloved bus
band of Laura A. Turner. Funeral from I*o*
residence at 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 7.
Interment (private) at Congressional Ceme
tery. d*
TURNER. The District so Columbia Com
mamlery of the Military Order of the Loyal
Legion of tlit* United States announce* the
death of Companion JUNIUS THOMAS
TURNER, Captain, T\ S. Volunteers, at
Washington, D. C. f January 5, 1025. Funeral
services will 1m? held at bis late residence,
at 2 p.m. Interment (private) at Congres
sional Cemeterv
Major General CHARLES F. HUMPHREY
I . S. Army. Commander.
GEORGE if. CHANDLER, Recorder.
WEHRKAMP, Morday, January 5. 102', at
b«*r residence, Potomac ave , Fort Myer,
*«.. MARGARET, beloved Wife of the late
George Wehrkamp and mother of Mrs J. E.
Moui ton and Mrs Edward T. Kehoe, jr.
Funeral from her late residence on Thurs
day. January «. at 8:30 am., thence c»
Fort Myer chapel, where mass will be *n .1
at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to
attend. Interment. Arlington Cemetery. 7
WHITE. Monday. January 5. 1925. at her
residence, «21 3rd st. n.w., EMMA R , l**-
loved wife of the late Charles L. White.
Funeral from her late residence Wednesday.
January 7, at 2 p.m. Interment at Rock
Creek Cemetery. •
WILSON. Tuesday, January G. 1925, at 1:40
am., JOHN WILSON, beloved husband of
Ann Wilson, aged 81 years. Funeral from
hi* late residence, 1711 15th st. n.w., on
Thursday, January 8, at 2:30 p.m. Rela
tives and friends Invited to attend. " Inter
ment at Rock Creek Cemetery. 7*
Jn HUmoriam.
ANDERSON. In remembrance of my dearly
beloved husband and our father, JOHN A.
ANDERSON, who died January 2, 1924.
When the evening shades are falling
And I'm sitting all alone.
Oft to my heart there comes a longing.
Why does rot John come hcune'/
IH.S LONELY WIFE, DAUGHTER AND
SON. •
BECKETT. A tribute of love and devotion to
the memory of my dear husband, Jtev.
LEMUEL M. BECKETT, who departed this
life five years ago. January 6. 3920
HiS DEVOTED WIFE, MARY C. BECKETT.

BENSON. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear wife, mother and grandmother,
ELLA BENSON, who departed this life four
years ago today, January 6, 1921.
Before our eyes she faded,
Growing weaker day by day,
Patiently bearing her suffering
Until God took her away. •
To see her slowly leaving us.
As helpless we stood by.
And drained the cup of bitter grief
That moruiug we saw her die.
Never shall w* cease to love you.
Never shall your memory fade;
Sweetest love forever lingers
Around your sweet and peaceful grave.
HER LOVING HUSBAND, BERT
The month of January is here.
To me the saddest of the year,
Because four years ago today
My loving mother passed away.
Some may think I am not lonely
When at times they see me smile;
Little do they kuow the heartaches
That I suffer all the while.
YOUR LONELY DAUGHTER, AGGIE.
Peaceful be thy rest, dear grandmother,
It is sweet to breathe thy name,
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we do the same.
HER LOVING GRANDCHILDREN, CARL,
ERNEST AND AGNES. •
BLINCOE. In devoted memory of LAURA A.
BLINUOE, who died six years ago today.
HER NIECE. •
BOWMAN. In sad hut loving remembrance
of my dear grandfather, EDWARD BOW
MAN, who departed this life nine years ago
today, January 6. 1916, and my dear grand
mother, MARY' L. BOWMAN, who departed
this life nine years ago, January 15, 19X6.
May their souls rest in peace.
THEIR GRANDSON, EDWIN M. WIL
LIAMSON. •
BUTLER. In loving tnemorv of my dear
father, CHARLES W. BUTLER, who died
four years ago today, January 6. 1921.
HIS SON, CHA». T. BUTLER, AND WIFE. •
CATLETT. Sacred to the mernorv of mv be
loved sister. BESSIE CATLETT, who de
parted this life two years ago today, Janu
ary 6, 1923.
It is lonesome here without you,
And sail all along the way,
For life is not the same to us
Since you were called away.
HER DEVOTED SISTER, MAUD BERRY. •
DADE. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear mother, Mrs CAROLINE DADE,
who departed this life one year ago today,
January 6, 1924.
Dear mother, thou art not forgotten,
Nor never will thou tie;
As long as life and memory la*t
We'll always think of thee
HER LONELY CHILDREN, ELIZA. MO
SES. RUFUS, SOLOMON AND ALBERT. *
DENHAM. A tribute of love to the memory
of my beloved mother. 51A KG A RET PEN
HAM, who entered into eternal rest seven
years ago today, January 0, HUS.
Keep her, Jesus, in Tffiy keeping
Till we reach the shining shore;
Then, O Master, let us have her
As we did in the davs before.
HER LOVING DAUGHTER, OLIVE
PAYNE. •
HAYNTE. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear devoted son and brother, WIL
LARD HAMILTON HAYXIE. who departed
this life two years ago today, January 6.
1923.
So sad and sudden was your call.
Your death was a shock to us all.
Perhaps some dav we shall understand,
YVhen we meet in another land
HIS DEVOTED MOTHER, SISTERS AND
BROTHER. • ’
JONES. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear son and brother. SHERIDAN WIL
LIAM JONES, who entered that beautiful
garden three years ago. January. 1922
MOTHER, BROTHER AND SISTERS.
Loved in life, never forgotten in death.
GRANDMOTHER WILLIAMS. •
JONES. A tribute of love and memory to our
dear husband and father, RICHARD (DICK)
F. JONES, who entered eternal rest aix
years ago today, January 6, 1919.
Only God knows how we miss him.
MAYME AND THE CHILDREN. •
JORDAN. In loving memory of our babv and
brother. CHARLES ARNOLD JORDAN: who
died two yearn ago today, January 6, 1923,
at 10 p.m. •
There is a face so dear wc miss,
A form we cannot sec.
But let this little token show
That we still think of thee.
HIS LOVING MOTHER, FATHER AND
BROTHERS.
KLOPFER. In sad but loving remembrance
of our dear son. HARItIE H. KLOPFER,
who died 18 years ago, January 3, 1007.
Gone, but not forgotten.
HIS FATHER AND MOTHER. •
LANAHAN. In loving remembrance of LOR
ETTA M. LANAHAN, who died six years
ago today, January 6, 1919.
THE FAMILY. •
LINKINS. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear son and brother, ELMER It.
LINKINS, who departed this life two years
ago today, January 6, 1923.
Never shall we cease to love you.
Never shall your memory fade;
Sweetest love forever lingers
Around your sweet and peaceful grave.
510THEK, FATHER AND BROTHER. *
PADGETT, In sad but loving remembrance
of mj devoted parents, HEZEKIAH L.
PADGETT, who died so suddenly August
28, 1924, and RACHEL M. PADGETT, who
died five years ago today. January 6, 1920.
O happy seir.ts, forever blest,
In that dear home at Jesus' feet.
How sweet your rest.
THE LONELY DAUGHTER. VIOLA. •
SHREVE. In memory of my dear mother.
KATHERINE ELIZABETH SHREVE. who
departed this life 17 years ago, January 6.
1908.
You were a mother truly good.
A friend lioth kind and true;
A better mother never lived.
Your equals are but few.
HER LONELY DAUGHTER, NELLIE •
STRICKLAND. In loving memory of my dear
mother, SIARY D. STRICKLAND, who de
parted this life three years ago today,
January 6, 1922.
No one knows the silent heartache,
Only God above can tell
Os the grief that's borne in slience
For mv mother I loved ro well.
HER DAUGHTER, MILS. CHARLES
MOCKABEE. •
VEITCH. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear mother and grandmother, MARY
A. S’EITCH, who died b!x years ago today,
January 6, 1919.
Six sad years, with all the changes.
Since death strangely bade us part;
But. our dear mother, all the changes
Cannot take you from our hearts.
HER LOVING DAUGHTER AND GRAND
DAUGHTER, MAMIE V. AND CORA O.
WOODARD. •
VOORHEEB. In memory of WILLIAM E.
VOOBHEES, who passed away January 5,
1919.
Gone, but not forgotten. Onr Ron and
brother was called away in the pride of his
youth. As we go through the days and
years, we cherish the memory of him.
ins LOVING MOTHER AND SISTERS. •
WALLACE. In memory of our wife and
mother, BERTIE WALLACE, who died six
years ago today.
Thou are gone, but not forgotten;
Fresh my love will ever be;
For as long as there is memory
We will always tlrnk of thee.
HER HUSBAND, OVKRY WALLACE, AM*
CHILDREN. •
WASHINGTON. In memory of our dear
mother, KATIE WASHINGTON, who de
parted this life one year ago today, January
0. 1924.
Dearest mother, thou hast left ua.
We thy loss most deeply feel;
But ’tla God has bereft ua.
He can all our sorrow heal.
DEVOTED CUILPRSfc^I
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