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U. S. Cause .Federation
to Ask Survey.
By the Abmm iated Press.
DETROIT, December 11. —Cana-
dians who commute to Detroit and
who. labor leaders say, compete with
American workmen, have conic under
the scrutiny of the Federal Govern
The Government wants to know
about the 1(1,000 - Windsor. Ontario,
residents who are said by the Detroit
Federation of l-abor to commute daily
to Detroit, where they earn wages
which the federation thinks
to American citizens.
Statistics Are Sought.
A protest against the commuting
Canadians was lodged by the federa
tion with Dr. P. L. Prentis, district
director of immigration, and remedial
action urged. lh\ Prentis put the
matter up to A\ ashington, and last
night Harry Hull, commissioner gen
eral of immigration, ordered Dr.
Prentis to obtain detailed information
Clji'tstmaS, 1926
Shop Early—Mail Early
For Better Service
about each f'anadian worker who
passes through tlie Immigration office
liei e.
Dr. Prentis would not say that the
Washington order was in response to
the. labor federation's protest. The
check is desired, he said, for sta
tistical purposes. Results of the
■ •he k, which is to he started Monday,
are to go to Washington monthly.
Name Problem Elsewhere.
Labor union leaders, however, be
lieve the order is in recognition of
their protests. They point out that
Americans are deprived of employ
ment here by reason of the regula
tions permitting men and women to
live in Canada and work in the United
States. The situation also exists, the
labor leaders be>ieve, in other Amer
ican border cities. The problem here,
however, is regarded as most acute
because Detroit is the largest border
city and therefore presents a greater
labor problem.
The objection to Canadian labor
competition conies at a time when
some Detroit plants are working only
part time, or partial shifts because of
seasonal slackening throwing many
American workmen out of employ
Federation leaders have denied that
their objection is to non-union work
men, claiming that the bar should he
raised against all workers living on
the Canadian side, whether they hold
union cards or not.
War Mothers Will Remember Dis
trict Men at Christmas.
The American War Mothers will
1 give a Christmas treat to 152 inmates
| and 21 nurses at St. Elizabeth's this
year, it was announced at a. meeting
held at the Lee House last night. The
organization will also send a handker
chief and a greeting card to each Dis
trict ex-soldicr in hospitals in other
sections of the country. A number of
these are at Mount Alto and Walter
Reed hospitals.
Mrs. Eleanor Wagner was re-elected
president of the organization. The
other officers elected are: Mrs. Mary
T. Shanahan, first vice president: Mrs.
Emil Walter, second vice president;
Mrs. Eileen Anthony, third vice presi
dent: Mrs. Margaret Edmonston,
fourth vice president: Mrs. Katherine
Gross, recording secretary; Mrs. Olive
Carpenter, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Mary Simmons, treasurer; Mrs.
Charles B. Donch, chaplain; Mrs. Lucy
Cash, historian, and Mrs. Edith Fuge.
Mrs. Margaret Loveless and Mrs.
Dorothy Krams, executive lward mem
bers. Mrs. Julia E. Bromley, Mrs.
Elizabeth Wight and Mrs. Frederica
A. Thiele were elected to membership.
.Mrs, Wagper presided.
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Correspondence of Former
Wife and Diplomat
Refused, He Says.
j Suit to obtain possession of a num
ber of letters alleged to have passed
between Senor Don Francisco San
chez Itour, n£w Minister from
Guatemala to the United States, and
the former wife of the plaintiff, was
filed yesterday afternoon by James
R. Armstrong, 10 New York avenue,
against James M. Proctor, a member
of the local bar, formerly counsel for
Armstrong, and the Security Savings
and Commercial Hank, where the let
ters are. said to he deposited.
Mrs. Lillian Armstrong, divorced
the plaintiff in Baltimore December
18, 1915, and is now the wife of the
Guatemalan Minister, it is set forth.
The. plaintiff, through Attorneys Le
fevre and Leßoy, tells the court that
he wants the letters so that he may
make complaint to the government of
Guatemala of alleged actions of the
Armstrong was charged by Senor
Latour, while secretary of legation,
with criminal libel and Mr. Proctor is
said to have received the leters to
aid him in defense of Armstrong.
The charge was nolle pressed Febru
ary 24, 1912, because the diplomat de
clined to testify, it is said. Arm
strong tells the court that the ac
quaintance between the diplomat and
his wife dates back to 1909 and the
letters now in the safe deposit box
are said to be evidence of their ac
Proctor has the key to the box, it
is said, and declines to surrender it,
although he has lieeu paid for his
services and the case against Arm
strong is ended.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licensee have been issued to the
Freddie Wallace of McLean, \a., and
Lucilrt Thompson of Vienna, Va.
William Jones and Elisabeth Holland.
Robert B. Hippie of Pierre, S. I)., and
Lois G. Henry of this city.
Donald D. Funk of New York City and
Virxilia H. Wilson of Norfolk. Va.
Robert Minor and Martha Brown.
David C. Reid and Muriel A. Bowie.
Joseph A. Memla and Lottie L. Bllis.
George W. Lowry and Margaret B. Rob
ertson, both of Dumfries, Va. /
Births Reported.
The following births have been reported
to the Health Department in the last 24
James and Edna Bailey, girl.
Daniel W. and Dorothy 1). Hoagy, girl.
Edward B. and Inez f Hughes, boy.
William J. and Julia M. Lee. girl.
William C. and Ada E. Neff, girl.
John It. and Harriet A. Rush. boy.
Louis and Anna Hillman, boy.
Norman V. and Wilda R. Tucker, boy.
Hubert F. and Louise M. Vaughn, boy.
William C. and Masie Crossman. boy.
Waller F and Mary E. Dooley, hoy,
Fredenek William and Jewell Heine, Jr,,
boys (twins).
Charles E. and Helen G. Murray, boy.
H. F. Arthur and Aida M. Schoenfeld. tsiy.
Manrique and Coneepeion Cordero, boy.
Harvey J. and Edna Cook. girl.
Millard U. and Ruth B. Haley, girl.
Ernest C. arid Ethetyn Wark. boy.
John and Viola Anthony, boy.
William and Willena T'*M. girl.
Dempsey and A lice Foster, boy
Willie and Amanda Hamilton, girl.
Bernard and Mary Hall. girl. ,
Robert and Freed* Morton, )>oy.
Henry and Clara Thomas, girl.
Samuel and Ruth Anthony, girl.
Center-hall plan, staunchly built
for owner's occupancy; two-ear ga
rage built in. Striking corner loca
tion. with permanent outlook: large
lot. containing a wealth of trees,
flowers and shrubs.
98.500 and a first trust will buy
1 this property at two-thirds of Its real
value (terms If preferred).
Inspection by appointment
Owner, Main 17Hi ueek days.
, Removal Penalty in Manassas Case ,
Involving Liquor Con
Special Dispatch to The Sta .
MANASSAS. Va., December 11.—
After a trial of two days a jury in
the Circuit Court of Prince 'William
County found Charles A. Barbee,
sheriff, guilty of unlawful, willful
tacit neglect and refusal to enforce
the laws against liquor violators.
The penalty is removal from office.
Counsel for Barbee noted an appeal,
and were allowed 30 days in which
to file a bill of exceptions.
R. 11. Duvall, State prohibition in
spector and county officer, charged
that tin September 11 he discovered
the sheriff Intoxicated and attempt
ing to operate an automobile on a
public road. J. J. Murphy, president
of the law Enforcement League,
asked removel of the sheriff. Duvall’s
charge and other allegations of In
toxication m public places were not
sustained in the verdict of the jury,
but the charge of neglect and refusal
to enforce the prohibition law resulted
in the verdict of guilty. '
Barbee iias been sheriff of Prince
William County 16 years.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
FRONT ROYAL, Va., December 11.
- —George Lee, wealthy stock dealer
of Stonobridge, Clarke County, Va.,
and little 7-year-old daughter Caro
line, were struck by Norfolk and
Western passenger train number 9,
Friday afternoon at Greenway Court
crossing. between Whitepost and
Boyce, Va. Mr. Lee was bringing his
little daughter home from school.
They were taken aboard the train
and rushed to Boyce for medical at
tention, but died en route. The ac
cident occurred at the crossing where
Mr. Lee's brother, John Lee, was
killed five years ago.
Community Leagues One of Topics
at Pureellville, Va.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
11.—The second regular session of the
Loudoun County Educational Asso
ciation was held at the Purcellville
School today. It was largely attended
by teachers from all sections of the
county. Reports were heard from the
delegates to the State Educational As
sociation at Roanoke.
The principal speaker was Miss
Frieda Koontz, secretary of Junior
Leagues of Virginia, who spoke on
"Keeping Community Leagues Alive.”
Mrs. Mabel X. Lybolf, English teach
er at the Lincoln High School, ad
dressed the association on "The Use of
State Course of Study.” "The Pos
sibility of Extension Courses for Lou
doun County" was discussed by
Charles S. Monroe, principal of the
Ashburn High School.
One of the features of tlie afternoon
was a demonstration lesson in fifth
grade arithmetic by Supt. O. L.
711 Thirteenth Street
W Food Fetches You
H Charm Captivates
E Dancing Delights
H Service Satisfies
£ Nights are Noted
llorguno’s lie Luxe .Band
Luncheon. VI to 3 Open Sundays
55c—Music at (1:30
AIREDALE, main, blai-k ►addle, tan legs,
short tail. Apply Washington Animal Res
cueLeagiie. 349_ Maryland ave. s.w. _
BRINDLE BULL, dark brown: female. Ap
ply Washington Animal Rescue League. 349
M aryl and ave. jmv.
lIRINDLK BULL. male, light pray color
with white markings, short tail. Apply
Animal Rescue League. 341) Md. ave. s.w.
IRISH TERRIER. male, abort tale. Apply
Washington Animal Rescue League, 349
Maryland ave. s.w. «•
SMALL SUM" ~"OF"’ MONEY, on 14th' at.,
Friday night. Owner can have same upon
identification and paying- for this ad. Francis
J. M. Nally, 1415 Chapin at. * j
ST. BERNARD, male, light tan in color:
grayish head. Apply Washington Animal
Rescue League. 349 Maryland ave. s.w.
BAG—Tan leather underarm bag. 13th and
D car. Friday. Reward. 230 Phillips Ter
race. Miss Spicer, __ ___
i BROWN BAG, drawstring. containing
glasses. Banner Laundry bills, bill from
Kahn's, small address book. E. K. Fitz-
I Patrick. 113 East Carroll ave. Del Ray, Va.
I CARD - CASE, black moire, containing lor
gnettes. Sunday. Reward if returned to Apt.
6‘L Tbe Dresden. _l2*
DOG. small, black and white, answers
name "Jack": wore shoulder harness. Notify
N0e.523 Shepherd st, n.w. 12*
DOG. male, mixed Airedale, black saddle, tan
legs aiid bend, white feet and white blaze
on chest; Virginia tag Nn. .11905; strayed
from Silver Spring. Md.. December 8. Lib
eral reward for any information leading to
recovery Columbia 6465-J. _/
EARRINGS —Gold, set with sapphires and
pearls. Reward if returned. Main 2882.
EYEGLASSES, in bla<-k leather case: lost on
B st. lie. Return to 4333 Maryland ave.
n.e. Reward. •_
EYEGLASSES, shell frame, brown case, on
Key Bridge or near Bclasco Theater. Mrs.
('oillns, Main 5249.
FANf blue feather. Friday night. 10th and i
p at*. Reward. Columbia 2713-W. 12* j
FOX TERRIER PUPPY, white, brown mark
ings. name "Pep." Reward. 3400 Rodman
si. Cleveland 1832-11.
GLASSES ins* m vicinity of Ga. ave.. near
market at Park rd.. or 2400 block of Ist
st nw. or Rlvcr«ido Apt. at 22nd and C.
Liberal reward. Phone Mr*. Erb. Main 822.
HANDBAG, brown, Saturday morning be
fore 8 o’clock, 21st st. near S st. n.w. Keep
liion-v and return bag and contents to 1730
Conn.' ave n.w. Madge X. McLaughlin. 12*
HANDBAG, yellow leather, Saturday, on Olh
I si between Mass, and Florida, aves. n.w.;
reward. 300 E st. n.w. or Franklin 7558.
HANDBAG, <hirl; gray, containing valuable
papers and rings, In lavatory Kami's depart
ment store. Friday. December 10. -Reward
if returned to 1300 O Ft. or Oakcrcst. Md,
n.w. No questions asked. Franklin 48tVh
LORGNETTE —Silver: lost Friday. Reward
for return to Apartment 21, the Decatur.
POCKETBOOK —Dec. 9. between 4 :30 and 5
p.m.. lady’s black pocketbook, containing
money and valuable papers, bank book on
I Union Trust aiul other identification papers.
The Ch as tie ton. Apt. 340. «
POCKETBOOK, black, vicinity 10th and
Columbia rd. Reward if returned'to Gladys
F Collins (Mrs. Charles C. Collins), Apt.
825. the Arxonne.
POCKETBOOK. brown, Brookland bus:
initials E. P. M. Call M. 5000. 8r.^174.
POCKETBOOK —Con tents of value trTliim
sclf only, lost by John B. Macfarlane of
Cumberland. Md.. first part of last week.
Finder please communicate with Mr. Maofar
fane or John w. Hurley. 909 D st. p.w.
POCKETBOOK. black, containing money and
small packages in Lansburgh’s or nearby.
RewanL Col. 1805.
POLICE DOG. large: strayed from vicinity
19th and Lamont: reward. 3140 19th st.
Col. 4908.
RECEIPTS AND PAPERS belonging to Edith
H. Ilealy. 0318 Conn. ave. Reward. Cleve.
1202 W.
SCARF, woolen, in box, on F st.. between
1 1 th and 12tb Call North 3663-W. •
TWO S2O BILLS —Friday, vicinity 14th and
N Please return, badly needed. Lois Jef
fries. J 443 N st.. Apt. 203.
UMBRELLA —Dupont Circle. Friday. 12 to
12-30. Finder please call C. F. Bayley. Falls
Church 808-F-2-1. - »
Bag, lady's, black leather. containing
iter .ssl
p st. n.w. West 2900. •
Was 40 Years In Business as Con
tractor and Builder.
j Joseph Itobson. sr., 72 years old. for t
I 40 years n stone contractor utul build j
ier of Washington, died nt bis resi !
| donee, 3.121’. T street. Thursday aft 1
I ernoon. He had been ill several
j weeks.
j -Mr. Robson was born at Dumfries,
j Scotland, in 1854. He entne to Wash
ington in 1885 and has been in fousi
i ness here since that time. He is sur
vived by two daughters. Mrs. Marian
| Lake and Mrs. Jessie Sprinkel, and
; two sons, Joseph, jr., and Mark S.
i Robson, all of Washington,
j He was a member of West Street
i Presbyterian Church and the Cale-!
I donian Club. Funeral services will be !
held at the bate residence tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by
Rev. Dr. Jainfea T. Marshall. Inter
ment will be in Glenwood Cemetery.
: Funeral Conducted This Afternoon
With Burial at Glenwood.
Mrs. Clara ITbhoff Ely, 05 years old.
widow of Louis H. Ely and a lifelong
resident of Washington until 10 years
ago. died Thursday tit the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel E. Patti
son. New York City.
She is survived also by four sons.
Maj. E. P. Ely, U. S. A., of Baltimore;
Fred Ely of New York City, H. L.
Ely of Silver Spring, Md., and George
Ely of this city.
Funeral services were conducted
this afternoon at V. L. Speare’s un
dertaking parlors by Rev. W. E. Bom
berger of Epiphany Church, followed
by interment in Glenwood Cemetery.
The Wanderlusters’ hike for tomor
row will start from <'hesterbrook,
Va. .Meet at Rosslyn at 2:45 p.m.
Mr. Mason will lead.
Washington .Society of Engineers
will meet Wednesday. 8:15 p.m., In
assembly hall of the Cosmos Club.
ROCKVILLE, Md., December 11
(Special).—With all of the Baptist
missionary societies of the county
well represented, the quarterly meet
ing of the Montgomery County Group
of the Women’s Missionary Union of
Maryland was held in the Rockville
Baptist Church yesterday under di
rection of the group leader, Miss
Isabel Kingdon of Rockville, and at
noon luncheon was served by the
women of (he Rockville ohunrh. The
program included reports from the
various societies,, addresses by Mrs.
Carl Johenning of Brentwood. Md.,
field worker for the Montgomery
County Group: Miss Emma Leach
man of Atlanta, Ga.. field worker for
the home board of the Southern
Baptist Convention, and Miss Jean
ette While of Baltimore, field worker
for the Women's Missionary Union
of Maryland: a report of the recent
annual meeting of the Women's Mis
sionary Union of Maryland, by Mrs.
Thomas R. Falvey; a playiet by
members of the Sunbeam Society of
the Rockville church: a solo by Miss
Eliza Choate of Rockville and other
Compromising the group are the
missionary societies of the churches
at Rockville. Kensington, Cedar
Grove. Bartlesville. Germantown,
Mount Zion, Silver Spring and Tra
i Improvement of the school grounds.
In which the county board of edu
cation is manifesting interest, was
the principal topic at the monthly
meeting of the Takoma Park-Silver
Spring High School Parent-Teacher
Association at the school Wednesday
| evening, which was conducted by the
| president, H. B. Hendrick. The at
> tendance was large.
Mrs. Henderson Buried.
The funeral of Mrs. Clara S. Hen
derson, widow of Judge James B.
Henderson, who died Wednesday
night, aged 81 years, following a long
illness, took place yesterday after
noon. Burial was in Rockville Union
| Cemetery.
Licenses have been Issued by the
clerk of the Circuit Court here for
the marriage of Frank. Cusumano,
54, and Mrs. Amelia Stage, 48. both
of Washington, and William F.
Hedges, 43, of Rockville and Mins
Alice Burress. 17, of Olnev, Md.
Mrs. Catherine H. Embrey of
Washington is named as defendant in
a suit for an absolute divorce filed
in the Circuit Court here by Noble B. •
Embrey of the vicinity of Cabin John,
this county, who charges that on
February 28, 1922; he was deserted.
The plaintiff asks the custody of
Noble B. Embrey, jr., 7 years old.
The couple were married in Rockville
on August 28. 1918. Mr. Embrey in
represented by Attorney Kenneth
Lyddane of Rockville.
Pythias Ix>dge Elects.
Forest Oak Lodge. No. 123. Knights
of Pythias, of Gaithersburg has
elected the following officers for 1927,
who will be Installed early iri Janu
ary: Chance commander, Jlugh
Carter: vice commander. B. Z. Hard
ing: prelate. Avis B. Rowland: master
of work. Zadoc M. Cooke; master of
arms. William Meßain; keeper of
records and seals. J. Thomas Martin;
rnaster of finance, Walter W. Thomp
son; master of exchequer, James T.
English; inside guard, Jacob T.
Gartner; outside guard, Hugh Walk
er: representative of grand lodge,
William Mcßaln; alternate, Jacob T.
The annual Christmas tree party
of the Knights of Columbus and
Catholic Daughters of the Gaithers
burg parish will bo held in St. Mar
tin's Hall, Gaithersburg. December
23, when it Is planned to entertain
something like 500 children of all
j denominations of Gaithersburg and
the county.
► Carbs of Cfmnfed
ARMSTEAD. Mr. anil Mrs. H. H. ARM
STEAD. 1434 Swann st. n.w.. dpsire to
thank the many friends who extended
kindnesses to the former dining: his re
cent illness. 12*
STEM ART. We wish to express our sincere
thanks and anjy-eeiation to the many
friends and relatives for theii- kindness,
sympathy and floral tributes, on th*- death
of our father’ and uncle. HENRY
STE " 4 " T **.«•
ARENDES. Thursday. December 9. 192(1.
at his residence. 610 G st. s.e., JOHN H..
beloved husband of Delia Arendes (nee
Hughes). Funeral from his late resi
dence on Monday. December 13. at 8:30
a.m.: thence to St. Peter's Church, where
solemn high mass will he sung at 9 a.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. i«
ARENDES. Members of the Carroll Coun
cil. No. 377. arc hereby notified of the
death of JOHN HENRY ARENDES. 610
G st. s.e. Funeral from his late residence
on Monday. December 13. at 8:30 a.m.;
tli»nce to St. Peter's Church, where solemn
high mass will tie sung at 9 a.m.
Signed by
A. E. MeCAKTY. Grand Knight.
H. J. KANE. Financial Secretary.
CARTER. Thursday. December 9. 1920. at
0:50 a.m.. JOtfN EDWARD CARTER,
deacon and trustee First. Baptist Church.
Vienna. Va.: brother of Charles and Rob
ert. Carter, father of Beatrice Hawkins,
Blanche Carter and Rosa Bo.vd. Funeral
Sunday. December 12. 2 p.m.. First Bap
tist Cfiurch. Vienna. Va. •
CHENOWETIL On Saturday. DA-emher 11.
1926. at 4:45 a.m.. AJfNIE BREWER,
beloved wdfe of Harry W. Chenoweth.
Funeral from her late residence. 706 N.
Carolina ave. s.e.. Monday. December 13,
at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invit
ed to attend. Interment private. 12*
COCnRANE. December 10. 1926. at his
resideig*. 1919 K st.. r6BERT. beloved
hu shawl of Clara Cochrane. Funeral
aervßes at 3 D.m.. Monjay. December 13.
at wl W, Chambers' funeral home. Jn
ternqpit Cedar Hill Cemetery. 12
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r **!ii Funeral from hri lair : . .i.t -.i <•
mi Monday Iti-iTniiK-r I I ;ii n;m an,
tin inf to thr H.ilv Rum> v i »iiir* li when-
Ink'll iimsi will l„ Hunt it I' win lor tbi
repose- of her will. (telati"'" In i friends
invited to attend. Interment at Mn'iiit
Olivet Cemetery. I'J
DAYIh. Suddenly-. December 8. 1 IP! 6 at
* :4o li.in., JOIIN IV I'AVIS la-loved hue I
'Mini of Mary Davis i nee Pierce'. Fu- I
neryl Sunday. December l‘J. at I o'clock. ■
V'lfii Galbraith A. M K. Zion Church. |
• ill' St lie*. |, anil \| *t*. n « Rev. Wil |
iatii Hattie officiMhig. Relative* ami t
friends invite*^.
DA\ Is. Si r Knights of Gethsemane Cum- |
niandery. No. 11, K. T.. are ordered to as- |
semhle in full Templar uniform. Galbraitrr ;
< luiroh. 6th at. n.w. ta-twcen I. and M, !
Sunday, December IT. 1926. 1 o'cloi k |
sharp. to attend llie funeral of our late t
I iV.'V.' , ! f ‘ r s '>' Knurht JOHN I*. DAVIS.
; VVII.I,IAM A FRENCH. Eminent Coni
i GKO. W. BOWIE. Recorder. •
i DAVIS. _ Companions of Mt. Vernon chap
ter. No. 1. are r*'iiuesteil to attend the fu
neral of our late brother. Companion
JOHN P. DAVIS Sunday. December IT,
'.“■■lf. 1 o’clock sharp. Galbraith Church,
•ith st. n.w. between Ii and M.
High Priest
GEO. W. BOWIE. Secy. •
DAVIS. Officers and sir knight* of the
Grand Commandery. K. T.. and officer*
and sir knights of Simon. Henderson.
Gethsemane and Mount Calvary are here
try ordered to assemble in full Templar*
uniform Sunday. December IT. 1926.
I.T:3(> p.m.-, lti'.'.'i 4th st. n.w., to attend
the funeral of our Isle Eminent Str JOHN
P. DAVIS, past grand commander. Fu
neral from Galbraith Zion A. M. K.
Church. 6th st. between L and M st*. n.w..
1 o’clock p.m. Order
Attest: Grand Commander.
CHAS. D. FREEMAN. Grand Recorder. *
DAVIS. All members of Social Bodge. No.
I. F. A. A. M.. are hereby ordered to as
semble in special communication Sunday.
December 12. 1 926. 11:30 a.m.. at the
temple. sth and Va. nve. * e.. for the pur
pose of making arrangement* for and at
tending the funeral of our late brother.
Past Master JOHN P. DAVIS. Services at
Galbraith A. M. E. Zion Church. 6th at
bet. E and M sis. n.w.. I p.m.
Attest: A. .1. PAYNE. Secretary. •
DAVIS. Officer* and excellent companions
of the M. K. Grand Chapter. 11. R. A. M..
are hereby notified of the death of P. O.
H. P. JOHN P. DAVIS and are requested
to attend the funeral Sunday. Decemticr
IT. 1926. at. 1 p.m., from Galbraith A.
M. E. ChU'ch, 6ih st. tietween I- and M
sts. n.w. Bv order of of .M. E. Grand
Chapter. H. R A. M. of I). C.
A. A. C. GRIFFITH, Grand Secy.
DEMING. Suddenly, on Friday. December
Id. If'T6. at her residence. 610 I. st. n.e..
ELLEN, the beloved wj fc of the late
Charles D. Denting. Funeral from her late
residence, on Monday, December 13. at T
p.m. Relatives and friends invited to at
tend. Interment at Glenwood Cemetery.
• Albary. N. Y„ papers please copy.) 12
F.ICHELBKRGER. Saturday, December 11.
1026, at 4 a.m.. at her residence, 8 South
Spruce st.. Clarendon. Va., MARY M.
EICHELBERGKR, widow of the late
Frank T. Eichelberger. Notice of funeral
later. •
FORSYTH. Suddenly, December 10. 1026,
loved husband of Helen Chamberlin For
syth; son of the late Col. Lewis Cas* For
syth. U. S. A., and Janie Janvier For
syth: brother of Mrs. Margaret F. Mun
day and Lewis Henry Forsyth. Notice of
funeral hereafter. 11*
HAI.I.ECK. On Friday. December 10. 1026.
at New Bern. N. C\. WALTER F.. lie loved
husband of Irene Mattar- Halleck. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
HARRELL. Suddenly, on Friday. December
10. 10T6, at hi# residence 425 New Jer
sey are. s.e.. WILLIAM > beloved hus
band of Minnie D. Harren. Funeral from
the above residence on Monday. De--em
ber 13, at T p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Congressional Ceme
tery. • j o
HOLMES. On tfcida.r. December 10. 1026.
at 1:50 a.m..wit her residence, 14T6 Q st.
the devoted daughter of Ida Worn! Ev-r
--ettp. She leave# to mourn their loss a
devoted mother, three sisters, three
brothers and a ho*t of relatives and
friends. Funeral from her late residence
Monday. Deiember 13. at 1 p.m. Inter
ment at Harmony Cemetery. (Alexandria
papers please copy, i IT*
HOUGH. On Thursday. December f). 19T6,
at his residence in Falls 'Church. Va..
ELIDA C.. beloved husband of fiouie Eng
lish Hough and son of the late Franklin
B. and Manah Ellen Hough of Lowville.
N. Y. Funeral from the residem-e Sat
urday, Deiember 11. at T o’clock. 11 1
HOWARD. Departed this life December 8,
1926; at 2440 Snows ct. n.w., LUCY
HOWARD, devoted mother of Frank
Howard and mother-in-law of Louise
Howard. Funeral Sunday. December 12,
from Jenifer's funeral parlors at T o'clock
p.m. Interment at Payne's Cemetery.
HYMAN. Friday. December 10. 1926. at
the residence of her daughter, 3821
Kanawha st. n.w., ANNA HYMAN, be
loved wife of Joseph Hyman and mother
of Mrs. Albert E. Steinem and Mrs. Simon
Obermeyer. Funeral from the residence
of her daughter, 3821 Kanawha st. n.w..
Sunday. December 12. 10:30. Interment
Washington Hebrew Cemetery. (Chicago
papers please copy.) •
i JOHNSON. On Friday. December 10. 1926.
at his residence. 1734 Seaton st. n.w..
WILLIAM JOHNSON, beloved brother of
Mrs. Fannie W. Saunders. Mrs. Evelen
Carter. Mrs. Dorcas Jackson; one brother.
Edward Johnson. Funeral services will tie
at Grice’s funeral parlor. 12th and R sts.
n.w.. at 1:30 p.m. Monday. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend. •
HAGUE. On December 10. 1926, at Hrnes
t>oro Park. Md.. MARTHA A., beloved
wife of William Kagle. aged 68 vears. Fu
neral from Whitfield M. E. Church. Lan
hatn. Md.. Sunday. December 12. at 1:30
P.m. Relatives and friends invited.
MAY. Friday, December 10. 1926. at 1:55 i
p.m., JOHN H. MAY, the heloved hus- I
band of IVa L May (nee Van Horn), age '
54 years. Fvfneral from his late resi
dence, 523 Florida avp. n.e.. on Mondav
Deeember 13 at 1 30 p.m.. thenc» to
the Fpworth Methodist Church. 13th *t '
and North Carolina ave. n.e.. where serv- j
ices will be held at 2 o'clock. Interment i
Rock Creek Cemetery. Friends and rela
tive* invited. j*> ,
NELSON. Departed this life Friday. De- j
cember 10. 1926. at Freedmen’s Hospital i
I after a short illness. BERTHA NELSON. 1
devoted wife of Charles Nelson and loving I
daughter of Harriet Hawkins, sister of :
Mrs. Sadie Wilson. Ophelia Middleton, i
Thomas Hawkins *and Evangeline Allen. |
f uneral Monday. December 13, from St
Cyprian s Church, w here solemn high mass !
will lie sung for the repose of her soul i
Interment Mount Olivet Cemeterv. Rela- I
tives and friends Invited to attend Re
mains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis’ funeral I
parlors. 2222 Geofgin ave. n.w. (Prtnco ;
Georg»s anil Charles County papers please i
OWENS. Departed this life on Thursday. !
Dei ember 6 1926. at 1:46 a.m . at his I
residence. 1339 28th st. n.w . JOHN T I
OWENS, devoted husband of Marv Owen* !
and father of Dorothy Jenkins. ‘ beloved ■
sou of Rachael and the late Thomas E. !
Owens, brother of Mary Besson. Joseph
and Marshall Owens. Remains resting at !
the W Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 1
2222 Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral Sunday. !
December 12 at 1 p.nt from Mount Zion
M E. Church. Ilev Perkins officiating.
Interment Mount Zion Cemetery.
OWENS. Members Young Men's Progres
sive Lodge. No. 4156, are requested to
meet at Odd Fellow's Hall Sunday De
cember 12. 1926. to attend funeral of
Brother JOHN E. OWENS from Mount
Zion M. E. Church. 1 p.m. .Members
meet at hall 12 p.m.
J N. LAWSON.. P. S. ll*
OWENS. Officers and members of Morning
Star Lodge. No. 40. 1. li. p. o. Elks of
W.. are hereby notified to meet in a ses
sion of sorrow Satirday night. December
11. at the Home, at 8 o’clock, for the
purpose of arranging for the funeral and
burial of our late deceased brother. JOHN
T. OWENS. Funeral service* to he held
Sunday. December 12, at 1 o’clock _n.ni
at Mount Ziou Baptist Church, at Dum
barton ave. and 29th st. Officers and
members of Columbia Lodge, No Mr, •
Forest Temple, No. 9. and Columbia
Temple. No. 422. invited to be present.
By order of:
WM. B HARRIS. Exalte,l Ruler.
Attest: FLOYD C. PAYNE. Secy.
RAFTERRY. On Saturday. December 11 I
I 1926. at her residence. 1412 30th st n w I
Mr*. DELIA RAFTERRY. beloved wifewof
the late Patrick J. Rafterry. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
SMALL. On Saturday. December 11. 1926
ALBERT CLIFTON, heloved husband of
Annie E. Small of 2426 Ith st. n.e. Nn
l tlce of funeral hereafter. •
STEWART. Suddenly, on Tnttrsdav T>e
eeiniier 9. IMT6. at 417 Bth st «e
HELEN C. STEWART. Funeral from the
parlors of Wm. H. Scott. 409 Bth st
s.e.. Monday, December 13, at 9:30 a.m :
thence to St. Peter's Church, where mass
will he said at 10 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Interment at
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 12*
YOUNG. Saturday, December 11, 1926. at
her residence. 107 C st. s.e.. IS ADORE
TRIPLETT YOUNG, widow of the late
Washington A. Yovjig. Notice of funtral
later. No flowers. 13
STit jtlemoriam.
CARTER. In sad and loving remembrance
of my dear husband. JOHN F. CARTER,
who passed away nine year* ago today,
December 11. 1917.
In the grave, softly sleeping.
Where the flowers sweetly wave.
Lies the one I love so dearly.
In his lonelv, silent grave.
DILLARD. In loving remembrance of my
dear uncle. JOHN t). DILLARD, who de
parted this life two years ago. De,-ember
11. 1924.
GRAY. In memory of our dear mother.
MELINDA GRAY, who died in King
George Co., Va.. six years ago today. De
cember 11. 1920.
You drn t know the sorrow to lose a
loved one.
.Until God sends to your heme.
It Is sad when He calls lor one or the
But the worst blow of all is when lie
called for mother.
HAINES. In sad and loving remembruuce of
our dear aunt and mother. LULU HA INFS,
who passed away three years ago today.
December 11. 1923. I
In the grave softly sleeping.
Where the flowers sweetly wave.
Lie* the one we love so dearly
, In her lonely, silent grave. (
3n jtlemoriam.
IIIIV . i s.J )• it I i *>k -eni, nib, sne. nf
m\ belnw-l r.ltw AHD HEM who
■lii*| •rvsntM'ii ago lutiai, Dm*®*
l>er II HMM
Seven'eon tsar. hat. passed ale 4 * lhal
When iho I In,sd r.lled sway
God loi.lt him home t< wan His will.
But In my hea-t I love him still.
W'hen evening shadows are tailing
And | am sluing alone
Freni m» hsa’d there -mmea a tongtag.
If Edward nuld onlv <nnw home
1111 I. In *lovu*e niemorr of mr njoth.r,
BUS A N E HUT who departed «hta Ufa
November 16 1916 and my fsther. RP
WARD F. HILL, who died Deiemher 11.
N>' be forgotten.
1111 I. Tn memory of our dear daughter
l and sister MARY CATHERINE, who de
parted thi* life eight years ago this De -
■ •embor 11 1926
We loved her and we lost her.
Though our Savior loved her best.
We are glad to know our darling.
With him is at rest.
JOHNSON. In memory of my friend. W.
M. JOHNSON, who departed this life one
yesr ago today. December 11. 1925.
This day brings back sad memoriae
"fa loved one gone to rest:
t And those who think of him today.
Arc the ones who loved him beat.
On the hfltside. softly (deeping
Mhero tho flower* rsntly wave.
Lies tho one we loved so dearly
In his lone and e-Jent grave,
JONES. In loving remembrance of my dear
son. WILLIAM JONEB who departed this
n/e two years ago today. December 11.
Home Is not the dear old place
rhst was once so full of cheer:
Me have ceased to see your face
And your voice wo fall to hetr.
JONES. In sad hut loving remembrance of
my dear broths-. WILLIAM JONEf. who
dthree year* ago today. December 11,
There is a face so dear we ml**.
Still is the voice we level
God keep him safe with Him until
! ... Mr m»et some dav above.
JONES, in loving remembrance of my dear
! husband. WILLIAM JONES, who fleoarfed
j this two yeara ago today. December
Forget hlen? No. I never will
I loved him then. I love him still;
He is as precious to me tod*?
_ As he *a« the day he passed »*i»
KREAMER. In «ad hut loving remembranee
of our dear lather. CHARLES A.
KREAMER. who departed this life two
year* ago today. December 11. 1924.
Just when life waa the Sweetest
And you should have lived your heat
The gates of heaven opened.
And God called you to reat.
Forget him? No. we never will:
Me loved him then, we lore him atill.
Hie memory is as precious today.
As it was the day he passed away.
KREAMER. In loving remembrance of jny
dear husband. CHARLES KREAMER.
who departed this life two years affo to
day. December 11. 1924.
When the evening shades are falling
And I am all alone.
In my heart there comes a longing.
If my husband could come home.
We may ail have our sorrows;
Some griefs quickly die ■*»,
But the parting from my dear husband
Grieve* my heart from day to day.
In my heart your memory lingers.
Tender, sweetly, fond and true:
There is not a day. dear loved one.
That I do not think of you.
MORTON. In sad but loving remembrance
of our dear mother, M A LINDA MORTON,
who passed awav one year ago today.
December 11. 1925.
One long, wenry year has passed.
Simy God called mother home.
How sad has been our hearts.
Oh! how lonely our home.
Truly our hearts were broken.
When yon bade us each rood-by.
But we shall strive to join you
In heaven with Christ to abide.
Me mi«* you. oh. how we miss you.
Our loss earth esn never repay.
Biit some day in heaven we’ll jrreet you.
With Jesus, our Savior and friend.
NOKES. in loving memory of oor dear/
mother and wife. SARAH J. NOKES. who
departed this life two years ago today. De
cember 11. 1924.
We all miss you, mother dear.
Every day brings a tear;
Oh. how sweet it would ha
our dear mother were here.
PAYNE, in memory of our dear Iraaßamd
and father. ROY PAYNE, who dfedone
year ago today. December 11. 1926.
You could not speak to ue.
You could not say good-by:
We know your thoughts were with us
When you were called to die.
A happy home we once enjoyed,
' How sweet the memory still..
' But death ha* ever loneliness
' That earth can never till.
i THOMAS. In loving remembrance of our
dear mother. MARY L. THOMAS. Who
departed this life three yeara ago today.
| December 11. 1923.
Loved in life, in death remembered.
WICKS. In sad but loving remembrance of
onr dear wife and mother. Mra. ANNIE
JENNIE WICKS, who departed thU life
one year ago today. December 11. 1925.
Forget her? No. we never will:
We loved her then, we love her atill.
Her memory i* as precious todav,
A* in the hour she passed awav.
' WILLIAMS, in loving remembrance of our
j father. ROBERT WILLIAMS, who depart
' ed this life twenty-four yeara ago. De
| cember 10. 1902. and in loving memory of
MILLIAMN. who died January 21. 1917
j nine years ago.
Gone but not forgotten,
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