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1 With One Firm 22 Years
| William F. Elliott I
Undertaker
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j • The Brown Stone
Ij Funeral Home
: W. W. Chambers Ce. |
| 14th, Cor. Chapin N.W. $
Phone Col, 432 4

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Seventh Street Between D & E
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LOWERY A. WATERS
DIES IN BALTIMORE
C. & P. Official Succumbs Sudden
ly—Buried Here This
Afternoon.
ixnvery A. Waters, 47 years old.
right-of-way superintendent for the
Oh;* jeake & Potcmao Telephone Co.
here, died suddenly Wednesday, in
Baltimore, who e he had been called
by the death of Miss Pauline Welsh
actress, who was the divorced wife of
11. C. (“Bud'’) Fisher, the cartoonist.
He was stjirken with a heart attack
THE EVENT NO STAR, WASHINOTOY, D, C„ FRTDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1927:
just aft-r viewing th ■ body of his
friend.
Mr. Waters, son of the late Oliver
.). and Mrs. Sarah M. Waters, had
been employed by the telephone com
pany 27 years.
Funeral services were conducted In
Oawler's chapel. 1730 Pennsylvania
aVenue, this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Bcv. (’. " est Smith officiated. In
teiment was in Rock Creek Cemetery.
I Mr. Waters is survived by his widow
j and t sisters. Miss I.eida B. Waters
land Mrs. J. M. Hall.
! That it print a new translation of
1 the Bible into Luba-Sanga. made oy
j the late Han Crawford, and that 10,
000 copies be issued, was decided re-
I centl.v at a meeting of the Natroul
Bible Society of Scotland
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Today.
The choir of Lutheran Church of
the Atonement will give a sacred con
cert, 8 o'clock. A silver offering will
he taken for the music fund of the
choir. After the concert there will be
a social hour in the annex.
An exhibit of oil and water colors
by Clara 1. Boone, at .lane Bartlett's,
1803 Connecticut avenue, will be held
from !) n.m to 10 p.m. and he con
tinued until tomorrow evening. Hand
painted scarfs, handkerchiefs and
other novelties will also he shown.
The Sixth Street Synagogue will
open its Winter season of young peo
ple’s services, 8 o'clock, in the Syna
gogue Building, Sixth and I streets.
Hebrew music will be rendered by
Cantor Louis Novick and an adult
choir, and Rabbi Sclnvefel will lecture
at S o'clock on "A Judaism for To
day.”
A special meeting of Potomac
Grange will bo held. 7:30 o'clock, at
the Roman's alliance room of All
Souls Church. Sixteenth and Harvard
streets. There will be a business ses
sion and voting on candidates for the
thit.l and fourth degree.
Victory Review. No. 12. Woman’s!
Benefit Association, will give a dance
at s t'» o'clock, at Oyster s Andi-
Ryan Service
Means Efficiency.
It is a service
backed up by years
of experience Onr
business progress
I shows that our ef
forts to offer the
best sit all times is
appreciated.
: Fune rit I parlor.
private ambulance
and livery in con
nection.
JAMES T. RYAN
* Funeral Director
”117 P* Ave SE Telephone
ra. ave. 0.c.. At| |-, )o .| Tn i
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EISEMAN’S
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to
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Bring your odd coats and vests in and
let us match them with a new pair of trou
sers. Thousands of pairs to choose from
are here —in all colors, sizes and materials.
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torium, Twenty-sixth street and
Pennsylvania avenue.
William B. Cushing Camp. No. 30.
will meet, 8 o'clock, at Pythian
Temple installation of officers.
Mrs. Ntna K. Shartle. home from
t'oieign lands, will give an illus
trated lecture this evening in Temple
Baptist Church. Free will offering
for the church.
Rabbi William Franklin Rosen -
blum will preach the sermon, "What
Do We Believe?’ 8 o'clock, at the
Washington Hebrew Congregation.
FUTURE.
A walking group of the American
Association of University Women will
go to the home of Mrs. Enoch John
son at Alta V r ista. Md., via the Wis
consin avenue car line. Sunday at 2:30
p.m. Mr. Johnson will lead a delight
ful walk. Supper will be eaten at the
Johnson home afterward. All col
lege women and friends invited.
Mr. Bobrin, general manager of
Goldenberg's Department Store, will
entertain the executives and em
ployees with a dance and buffet sup
per tomorrow at L'Aiglon Club.
Dr. Francis J. Lukons of Miami
j will speak on “Amos" tomorrow. 8
I pm., at the League for the Larger
Life 1329 Sixteenth street. Admis
sion free.
The Erga toe rats lub will meet to
morrow. 8 pin, at 817 Thirteenth
street. O J Schuster of Brookneal.
Va., will speak of “The Planetesimal
Theory of the Origin of the Uni
verse.” Admission free.
Headaches from Slight Colds
Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets relieve
the Headache by working oft the Cold \
Safe and Proven Remedy. Look for signa
ture nf E. W Grove on the box. 80c.—Ad-
Perry & Walsh
Morticians
Private Ambulances
| 29 H St. N.W. Main 984
WE DYE
WEARING APPAREL BLACK
For Mourning 'n 24 Hour*
Carmack Dry Clcaning&DyeingCo
Line 18111 Line. 181?
WILLIAM B. EBERT DIES.
Prominent Retail Grocer Succumbs
Suddenly at His Home.
William B. Ebert, for many years
n the retail meat and grocery business
at 1100 E street northeast, died sud
denly at his residence, 1402 E street
northeast, late yesterday afternoon.
He was 55 years old. Mr. Ebert had
been in failing health for about a
year, but continued at work.
Mr. Ebert long had been in busi
ness, having succeeded his father, the
late John Ebert. He is survived by
his brother, Isadore Ebert.
Funeral services will be held at Holy
Comforter Catholic Church tomorrow
morning. Interment will be in Mount
Olivet Cemeiery.
THE WEATHER
District of Columbia —Fair, with
lowest temperature about 40 degrees
tonight; tomorrow mostly cloudy, not
much change in temperature.
Maryland—Generally fair tonight;
tomorrow mostly cloudy, probably
light local rains in the extreme west
portion, not much change in tempera
ture.
Virginia—Generally fair tonight and
tomorrow, not much change in tem
perature; possibly light frost in south
portion tonight.
West Virginia—Mostly cloudy to
night and tomorrow, probably local
rains in north portion tomorrow; cold
er in west portion tomorrow.
Record for 24 Hours.
Thermometer—4 p.m., 46; 8 p.m„ 42;
12 midnight, 41; 4 a.m., 42; 8 a.m., 41;
noon. 50.
Barometer—4 p.m., 29.50; 8 p.m.,
29.50; 12 midnight, 29.46; 4 a.m., 29.46;
8 a.m., 29.49; noon, 29.51.
Highest temperature, 64, occurred
at noon yesterday; lowest temperature,
40, occurred at 10 p.m. yesterday.
Temperature same date last year—
Highest, 50; lowest,,3o.
Tide Tables.
| (Furnished bv United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey.)
Today—Low tide. 9:55 a.m. and 10.20
p m.; high tide. 2:56 a.m. and 3:34 p.m
i,?.o morro "r~ I ' mv tidp - 10:49 a.m. and
>m 9 P ni ' : lide > 4 a.m. and 4:34
The Sun and Moon.
! - or° flay Un rose 6: * 57 a -*n.; sun sets
■ a.06 p.m.
„e» SfTm -S "" rls ' s 6:58 a m ' : sun
Moon rises 2:50 p.m. ; S€t s 12:43 p.m
Automobile lamps to be lighted one
half hour after sunset.
Condition of the Water.
, Great I* alls, clear. Harpers Ferry
, P |?v t ,?Ji na * o u Clear: Shena ndoah, slightly
cloudy this morning.
Weather in Various Cities.
a Temperature ~
~J PS
| er a|
Stations | 31 o= Weathar
; rri
Abilene .. . 30.08 TO 60 clear
Albany ...,29.22 40 40 3.00 Bain
Atlanta .. . 29.96 64 42 r^ar
Atlantic City 29.32 02 40 lio Rain
Raltimore .. 29.40 00 40 0.40 Cloudy
Birmingham. 30.02 00 40 Clear
Bismarck ..29.92 54 34 .... Pt.cloudy
Boston 29.10 72 00 172 Rain #
&•«»!«> -- - 2942 44 38 .... Rain
oharle«ton . 29.84 72 4 4 0.04 Clear
Chicago .. 29.74 64 31 0.02 Cloudy
Cincinnati . 29.78 60 30 .... Clear
Cleveland .. 29.54 48 40 u.oo ctondv
Col mbia.S.C. 29.82 . . 40 0.02 Cloudy
R p " v r’: 29.98 04 48 Clear
gctrmt 29.00 50 34 Clear
hi Paso ... 30.00 70 40 ... Clear
Galveston . 30.14 72 00 Clear
Helena 29.90 50 44 0.06 Rain
Huron, SD. 29.90 58 30 .... Cloudy
Indianapolis. 29.82 54 34 nO2 Clear
Jacksonville. 29.94 72 40 0.10 Clear
Kansas City 29.90 04 40 Pt.cloudy
Los Aneeles. 30.64 80 Clear
Louisville . 29.80 50 38 Clear
Miami Fla. 29 90 82 52 0.02 Clear
N. Orleans.. 30 08 08 54 .... Clear
ruT W- 52-15 04 AO 1.56 Rain
Okla. City... 30,00 70 50 . Clear
Omaha ....29.84 on 4 4 ... Pt cloudy
Philadelphia. 29.34 06 38 jO4 Rain
Phoenix .. . 30.00 84 50 . Clear
Pittsburgh . 29.52 42 38 0.18 Rain
Portland. Me. 29.40 00 52 0.50 Pain
Portland Ore 30.16 70 5 4 .... Cloudy
Raletsh.N.C. 29.08 08 38 024 Clear
4. Lake City 30.2 4 62 4 4 ... Clear
->an Antonio 30 11 74 52 . . Clear
s.-in Dipgo. . 30.02 so 00 .... Clear
4. Francisco 30.08 70 00 .... riea
"t. Louis. .. 20.88 02 44 .. Clear
St. Paul 29.68 48 38 .... Clear
Seattle ....30.14 54 50 0.20 Rain
6VV -le ft ß 4.8 44 0.00 Cloudy
WASH.. D.C. 29.48 63 40 0.35 Pt.cloudy
FOREIGN.
*7 a m.. Greenwich time, today.)
Stations Temperature Weather
London England 52 Cloudy
Paris. France 48 Cloudy
Vienna. Austria 50 Cloudy
Copenhagen. Denmark... 54 Cloudy
Gibraltar. Spain 06 cioudv
Wort a (Fayal). Azores... 64 Part cloudy
Hamilton. Bermuda 76 Part cloudy
4an Juan. Porto Rico 84 rtpar
Havana. Cuba 74 Cloudy
Colon Canal Zone 82 Part cloudy
Births Reported.
The following births have been renorted to
the flealth Department In the past 24 hours:
Joseph C. and Oeorgianna Acton, girl.
Ralph E. N. and Goldie P. Dawson, girl.
James and Rose Arone. girl.
Luigi and Rnsina Pfttore. girl.
Alfred and Bessie Dye. girl.
Thomas C and Leola Coleman, boy.
William R. and Edna V. Greenfield, girl.
Boland H. and Ondia Wootton. girl.
George R. and Kethrvn Heil. girl,
rsrpal and Gertrude Kurland, girl.
Maurice and Emma J. W. Jovee. girl
Leonard P and Georgia M. Miller, girl.
Tosenh F. and Constance L. Pyles, girl.
Charles H. and Mildred V. Cumming. girl.
Barry E and Louise E Wayson. girl.
Alfred V. and Irfirame E. Martin girl.
Jnsenh A. and Dorothy M. Souder. ir.. boy.
John D. and Elizabeth Neumann, boy.
Richard E and Katherine A. Stephenson,
bov.
William H. and Elisabeth K. Simmons,
bo**.
•Jack and Anna M. Pemberton, boy.
Lynn T. and Luoile M. Loomis, boy.
Robert H. and Evelyn Powell, hoy.
Joseph A. and Pearl A. Fox. boy.'
John H. and Litella M. Scott, boy.
Joseph P and Gertrude C Brennan, boy
Harvey A and Marjorie A. Robinson, boy.
Bernard L. and Dorothy A. Wathen. boy.
De«ey B. and Kloise D. Miller, boy.
Robert L. and Katherine M. Frederick, boy.
hov ° maS Mc<J " and Roverta M. F. O’Brien.
Abe and Eva Goldsmith, hoy.
Frank and Anna Stone, boy.
Dennis H. and Marie A. Smith, boy.
John A. and Maude Lewis boy,
Harry and Anna Thomas, boy.
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Doubly Dangerous.
Correspondence of The Star.
GUNTERSVILLE. Ala.—A foot-long
rattlesnake caught here has two
heads. Each is well formed and the
enake strikes and eats with either.
FOUND.
FOR LOST ANIMALS apply Animal Rescue
League. 349 Maryland ave. s.w M«lnj088
LOST. ~
BAG. steel beaded. Return to Wardman
Park Annex. Ant. 214. or call Cob 4741,
BRILLIANT”BRACELET—3 rows.” Sterling
on Penna. ave. or F st.. Monday night. Oc
tober 31. Miss M. Clarke. 1330 N. Carolina
ave. ne, 6«
CA MEO BREASTPIN, set with pearls: Nov.
2nd. neighborhood east Congreasional Li
brary; valuable for association: liberal re
ward. Congressional Apt.. Line, 2399-W.
DOGS LOST—2 white poodles. 3 weeks ago;
answer to the names of Baby and Frisky;
tags Nos. 8566 and 8551; liberal reward.
Owner, James Bumbry. 728 4th st, n.w. *
EYEGLASSES, Tuesday morning, between
Rittenhonae st. and waiter Reed Hospital.
Finder please call Col. 7245-J.
FOUNTAIN . PEN. keys.' glasses in case.
Wednesday. 11th st. car line n.w. Reward.
Phone Vivian Nickle, Garfield Hospital, 6*
RING aquamarine- In Wardman
Park Hotel. Saturday- reward. 717 Florida
ave. n.e. Lincoln 3386-J. \
SILK RUBBER BAG. containing bunch of
te. To t p 4$ 3r 10th 81: reward - Ca . iro
SISTER PIN. Phi Sigma. Kappa; Phi and
Sigma in pearls, central bar in rubies; in
» ffi.m. aj-a.?:- 0,11
SPECTACLES, child’s: gold rims: Tuesday
morning between John Eaton School an*
35th and _ Rodman eta. Reward. Phone
Clove. 4580.
UMBRELLA, blue silk, on 14th and Decatur
car Monday. Reward. Main 4461. Brandi
143. between 0 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
WATCH, together witi chain and penknife,
probably near Jocelyn and Connecticut aye.
1Z 07
with Greek ftnr coin charm: reward. Co
lumbia 1451-W.
WRIST WATCk—Lady’s Ssid
Waltham, link bracelet:? st. between lltb
and 16th u*. Monday night. Finder call
Main 6850. Br. 124. gaward. 4*
#25.00 REWARD offered for return of
Parker doubled-oarruMl .diot gun. _ V H
29? 1027 ?rom B autW)b}le°wr°*;&eH Tel£
phone Exchange Annapolis. Md., with case
k Bprn Mewr. Pa.
SHIPPING NEWS
Arrivals at and Sailing* From
New York.
ARBJVED YESTERDAY.
Fort Victoria—Bermuda. November 1
Maracaibo— Maracaibo October 22
Silvia—St John'* October 2<»
Sixaola—Santa Marta October 25
DUE TODAY.
Oante Alighieri—Genoa .October 21
George Waabington—Breiuerhaven.
October 2b
De Grasse—Havre Octobei 20
l’i evident Harrison —World cruise
Mauretania —Southampton October 29
Sinaia—Alexandria ... .September 9
Urinsholm —Gothenburg October 25
Roma—Genoa . . October 22
Vandyck—Belfast Octolier 25
Antonio Lopez—Barcelona. .. .Septtember 28
DUE TOMORROW.
Luetzow—Brcnierhaven Octolier 25
DUE SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 6
Ulna—Port Union Octolier 20
Lapland—Antwerp .Octolier 28
1 lora —Curacao October 28
Alfonso Ayl—Coruiiua October 28
DUE MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7.
American Merchant—London...-. .October 20
bailie —Liverpool Octolier 20
. ui nunia—Havre October 28
Jristooal —Cristobal October Ull
Leviathan—Southampton November 1
.viinnekahua —London October 20
Samaria—Liverpool October 20
Thuringia—Hamburg Octolier 26
Tran.-vivailia—Gla-sow October 20
i.-nc/ucla—sail Era net scu Octolier 8
Coanio—San Juan ... Novemlier It
tenia—Kingston November 2
>ew York—Hamburg October 28
xeno—Valparaiso October 28
DUE TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8.
Berlin—Brenierhaveu October 20
Biulgetowu—Puerto Colombia ...October 28
can Ho—Puerto Barrios October 00
siboney—Havana Novemlier 6
western Vvorid—Buenos Aires ...OctooerSu
DUE WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 0.
Homeric—Southampton November 2
liouidunnat.s —Bordeaux Uctooer 2 <
Oscar ii—Copenhagen October 28
rsonunica—zmuuaU November 1
DUE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10.
Fort Victoria—Bermuda October 8
.senega—at. Johns November 3
/.acapa—santa .uarta November 1
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
SAILING TODAY.
Majestic—Cherbourg and Southampton.
. naaiiia— Plymouth. Havre anu Lonuon.
rein.laud —Plymouth. Cherbourg and Ant
werp.
Edison —Piraeus and Patras.
Aiiiazoue —inasua. Port au Prince and
cai«e ria.vueu.
Astiea—r.a uuayra. Puerto Cabello and
Maracaibo.
Bogota—Cape Haytien. Cartagena and Puerto
Colombia.
SAILING TOMORROW.
Celtic I —Queenstown and Liverpool.
Miiiuetoiika—Cherbourg and London.
Caledonia—Movme aim Glasgow.
Aiidaina —Queenstown and Liverpool,
sail yuan—sail Juan.
L.a Alaiea —Puerto narnos and Livingston,
iiiaraw—Santiago, mugslou and Puerto Co
lumbia.
Pastures—Havana. Cristobal and Port Limon.
Mueiiciien—Plymouth. Cherbourg aim Die
men,
Voieuuam—Plymouth. Boulogne and Rotter
dam.
Antonio Lopez—Cadis and Barcelona.
Pun-Ainerica—Rio ue Janeiro, Pantos. Mon
tevideo and Luenoa Aires.
Mary—san Domingo City. Sanches and
Puerto Plata.
Nenssa—Halifax and St. John's.
roit Victoria—Bermuda.
uuoert—ceaia. peruamuucu and Maranham.
Greta—Santo Domingo.
Gronlanu—sun to Domingo,
rhe Lambs—Piraeus,
uaooaiao—Pei nambuco.
SAILING MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7.
Nebraskan—Cristobal and Pacific Coast.
SAILING TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8.
Alfonso .ill—Coruna. Santander. Gijon and
Bifooa.
SAILING WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9.
Gnpsholm—Gothenburg.
Maiur.t—Grenada. Trinidad and Demerara.
De Grasse—Havre.
Maracaiuo—ban Juan. La Guayra and Mara
caibo.
Mauretania—Cherbourg and Southampton.
Aiiiert Ballm—Cherbourg. Southampton and
Hamburg
SAILING THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10.
President Harrison—Havana. Cristobal and
Pauhc Coast (around the world).
American Banker—Plymouth and London.
Man-nuria—Havana. Cristobal and Pauhc
Coast
Roma—Nantes and Genoa:
Santa Elisa—Havana. Cristobal and Val
paraiso.
Coaano—San Juan.
SAILING FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11.
Homeric—Cherbourg and Southampton.
Lapland—Plymouth. Cherbourg and Ant
werp.
Carmania —Plymouth. Havre and London.
, Sinaia—Algiers end Alexandria.
Flora—Port au Prince. Laguayra and Mara
, cal bo.
Three Marines Arrested.
Special Digpatch to The Star.
HAGERSTOWN, November 4.
Three United States Marines, Charles
Arnold, Albert Penning* and James
Hess, wanted in Norfolk. Va., for al
leged larceny of an automobile, were
art asted here by State police today,
and will- lye delivered to military au
thorities in Washington.
ifflarriage.
TOOK—IIF.CnLF.R. Mrs. Charles A. Voll
mcr announces the marriage of her niece
CATHERINE B. HECHLER to Mr. WIL
LIAM E. TOOK at Rockville. Md.. Octo
ber 29 1927 •
ffieatfjs.
BECKER. On Thursday. November 3. 1927.
at his residence. 1315 Fairmont st. n.w.,
EDMOND LOUIS BECKER, husband of
the late Emma H. Becker. Funeral serv
ices private. Interment Rock Creek Cem
tery 5
BROWN. On Thursday. November 3. 1927,
at his residence. 607 7th st. s.w.,
GEORGE W.. beloved husband of Effie V.
Brown and father of Stewart K. Brown.
Funeral from his late residence Saturday,
November 5, at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Bethel Ceme
tery. Alexandria. Va. 4
BROWN. On Thursday. November 3. 1927.
at 7:40 a.m., LUCY M.. beloved mother
of Nellie M. Brown. Services will be held
at the residence. 2H26 Brentwood rd. n.e..
Friday. November 4. at 6:45 p.m. Friends
invited to attend. Interment at Culpeper.
Va. 4
BURKE. On Thursday. November 3. 1927,
F.LLEN BURKE. Funeral from the resi
dence of her nephew. Wm. E. Burke.
1018 25th st. n.w. Mass will be said at
St. Stephen's Church. 25th and Pa. ave.
n.w.. Saturday. November 5. at 9 a.m.
Interment at Holy Rood Cemetery. Rela
tives and friends invited •
BI'RTON. On Wednesday. November 2.
J 927. at her residence. 1328 Vermont ave.
n.w.. MAY JOHNSON BURTON, wife of
th- late Walter Burton Funeral services
will be held at her late residence on Satur
day. November 5. at 2 p.m. Interment
Oak Hill Cemetery.
CARROLL. Departed this life Thursday.
November 3. 1927. at Freedmen’s Hos
pital. HATTIE CARROLL, devoted wife
of Joseph Carroll. She leaves three chil
dren. three sisters and three brothers.
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains rest
ing at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral
parlors. 2222 Ga ave. n.w.
CONRAD. Departed this life on Thursday.
November 3. 1927. at 7 p.m.. in East
Orange. N. J.. VICTORIA RUTH CON
RAD. late of 1530 T st. n.w. Noticp of
funeral later. 6
DUNN. On Friday. November 4. 1927. at
her residence. 1401 Girard st. n.w.. apt.
9. ELIZABETH, beloved wife of Edward
Dunn. Notice of funeral later.
EBERT. Suddenly on Thursday. November
3. 1927. at his residence. 1402 E st. n.e.,
WILLIAM B. EBERT. Funeral will be
held from his late residence on Saturday.
November 5. at 8:30 a.m.. thence to the
Holy Comforter Church, where mass will
lie said at 9 a.m. for the repose of his
soul. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
GRAYSON. On Tuesday. November 1. 1927.
at hi 3 residence Vienna Va.. JOEL GRAY
fON. beloved husband of Anna L. Grayson.
ureral from his latp residence on Satur
day. November 5 at 2 p.m. •
HILL. Departed this life Thursday. Novem
ber 3. 1027. LOUISA HILL. Remains
may he seen at Moon & Allen’s funeral
{larlors. 12th and Florida ave. n.w. Jn
erment Saturday. November 5. at Madi
son Va 4
HOFMANN. Suddenly, on Tuesday, Novem
ber 1. 1927. at 0:30_p.m.. KARt T.. be
loved son of Lillte C. Hofmann (nee Repp)
and the late Albert Hofmann. Funeral
from his late residence. 1431 G at. n.e..
Saturday. November 6. at 2:30 p.m. Rela
tivea and friends invited to attend. 4*
MeDERMOTT. On Thursday. November 3.
1927. at his residence. 606 E st, n.e..
PETER D.. husband of the late Maris Mc-
Dermott (nee Byrnes) Funeral from the
above residence on Monday. November 7.
at B£o a.m.: thence to St. Joseph’s
Church, where requiem mass will be said
ftt 9 o’clock for the repose of his soul.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
at Mount Olivet Cemetery. 6
O’LEARY. On November 2. 1927. JAMES
i .P husband of the late Hen
rietta O Leary. Funeral from his late
residence, 1083 Lawrence at. n.e.. on Sat
urday. November 6. at 8:30 a.m.. thence
to St. Anthony’s church, where requiem
mass will be said at 9 o’clock. Relatives
Va.. papers please cony.) 4
PERHAM. On Friday. November 4, 1927.
at 6 a.m.. FRANCES L. PERHAM
daughter of the late Gov. Sidney Perhatn
of Maine. Funeral services at Lee's fu
neral chapel. 332 Penn. ave. n.w., Sunday.
November 6. at 3 p.m. Interment at
Bryant Pond. Me. 6* |
STEPHENS. On Wednesday. November t.
1027. at 8 a.m., at the residence of his ,
daughter. 1834 16th at. n.w.. ALFRED 1
B . tether of Mamie Stephens Jackson and
Emma 8. Rose Saunders Remains rest
ing at Boyd A Wilson’s funeral parlors,
funeral Saturday. November 5. at 1 jp.m.
from Seventh-day Adventists’ Church, loth
»™». V. «te. n.w.. EMu Lewis C. Sheafs
Srattra.
■4TKPHENB. Tii« Association of Oldest In
habitant* Will attend funeral of ALFRED
Saturday. November 8,
10,7 1 n m Seventh Day Adventitia
Church 10th amt V *ts. n.w
„ . u ,„ » W WATSON. President.
O. L. WALTON Secretary. •
. 0n Friday. November 4.
1927. at 2:45 am., at the residence of
her daughter, Mi* Emma Henderer. 766
13th »t *e. EMMA W. STEPHENSON
Lahrtvn*». Notii'e of Itfnp.Al lv>n»-
DenarfVtl thi« Me Thurtlav. Ko
:i 19-:7 at f*3o a.m . JOHN W.
He to mourn their loft
five «tn*. two 'lfiurhtera two tlaiiirhtera-in*
inw ten crandehtlrlren am! a boat of oth*»r
rplativea an#l friend# Funeral Saturday.
November 5 at 2 nm. from the St.
Luke a Bantist Cbnrch Ga ave and Sh*o>-
»er*l rd n.w Rem<t»n< reetma at the W.
Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors
Ga ave. ** w
W TVor»rte<l tht« life on Tne^dav
November 1. 1937. ELLA WOOD of 3340
* nt pi. nw le.ivimr to mourn her lose a
devote*! binbind. Funeral •ervif'enl at
Donobue’e funeral parlor* 30th and M
at* n w.. Saturdav. November 5. at 2n m.
VOl NO. Departed thi* life c»n Turjwlay,
November 1. 19C7 at Hr>*-
» hr^f tllneaa. HENRY F
xOi NG. He l*avF>« to mourn their ln*«
a mother, one brother four *i«der* and a
bo*t.of other relative* and friend* Fu
neral Mindav November 0 at 4 oYlof k.
We*lev Wajihinkton * funeral pa~h'r«.
!:f>o3 Georgia ave. n.w. Burial in
lon Va. 5*
3n iHemoriam.
BOSTON. Sacred to the memory nf our
dear daughter and oister. EURBI.TNE
BOSTON who died two rear, sen todav,
November 4. 1926. THE FAMILY. •
BROWN. In cad hut loving reirembrance of
Z'l r "’evt.tod daughter. FRANCES ANA
STASIA IVROWN. who died two vears *g'>
♦ '>dav. November 4
HER FATHER AND MOTHER AMBROSE
AND FANNIE BROWN. •
JOHNSON. Sweetpr a* the year, go by I.
the memorv of on*- doroted husband an I
father. JOHN JOHNSON, who died two
veara ago today November 4. 1925.
No one know, how much we tri.a voo.
No one knows the tears we shed.
But in heaven we hope to roe-rt yon.
Where no parting words are said.
A few more struggles here.
A few more partings o'er.
A few more tears.
Ardwe.ha'l weep no more,
ins .DEVOTED WIFF AND DAUGHTER.
MARY AND BLANCHE B. JOHNSON.
Our loving fathei* 1 we loved go deee
Has gone from ns today two vear*:
From our loved ones in life it is hard to
part:
None fee’s it more than our heart'
HIS CHILDREN ELIZA BROOKS ISAIAH
AND DR. GEO. A. JOHNSON. •
JOHNSON. In rem-mb'-ance of our dear
mother I.YDIA BROCK JOHNSON who
di»d six '-ears avo today November 4.
1021. HF.R LOVING DAUGHTERS •
LIGGONS. SUMNER. Sacred to th# memory
of ROBERT McCLELT.AN. Who departed
this life O dober 4 1921 at Meadville. r*.,
and CHARLES SUMNER, who departed
♦bis life November 4 1019.
3 r J?JJ.Y I J 2 FM K FR. MARTHA LIG*
GONS SISTER.
RICHARDSON. In sail but loving remem*
bience of e,,p ,iear wife and mother.
JENNIE RICHARDSON, who died two
veara ago today. Novemlier 4. 1925.
No one knowa the heartaches.
Only tho.e who have lost can tell
Os the grief that is home in silence
For the wife and mother we loved »o well.
As we loved her. so we mig* her.
In memory ehe is alwavg near:
Loved, remembered, longed for alwars.
Bringin? manv a eilpnt tear.
HER LONELY HUSBAND AND DAUGH
TER . TAS. W. RICHARDSON AND
EFFIE V.. McCOY. •
KUBF.L. In loving memory of mr dear
mother EMMA C. RUBEL. who died four
Tears ago today. November 4. 1923.
HER DAUGHTER EUNICE •
SNOWDEN. Sacred to the memorv of my
dear mother. THRESEA SNOWDEN, who
departed this life twenty-three year* ago
today. November 4. 1904.
Loved in life, remembered in death.
LOVING DAUGHTER (SUG). MRS.
MARY O. JACKSON. •
TURNER. In sad but loving remembrancp
of ntv beloved husband and our dear
father. W. L. TURNER, who departed thia
rears ago today. November 4.
One vear ha# ragged, our heart# still aorg,
A* time goes on we miss you more:
Your memorv is as fresh today
As in the hour, you passed away.
DEVOTED WIFE AND CHILDREN. •
WARD. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear friend. CHARITY WARD. wh«
deported .this life eeven year* ego today,
November 4. .1920.
Sweet memories of you will linrer forever;
Time can not change them, ’tis true:
Years may come, can not aever our lovinf
thoughts of you.
MR. AND MRS. BEVERLY WILLIAM. •
WASHINGTON. In sad but loving remem*
hranoe of my dear giater. KATE WASH
& 4 h °J92 i S d on * yMr V ° tod ‘ T ’
HER SISTEfe b FANNIE°B O ENGLISH. •
WILLIAMS. In loving tribute to my be
loved friend. SAMUEL A. WILLIAMS,
who departed this life one year ago today,
November 4. 1926.
Just when life was brightest
And he could have lived his best
The gates of heaven otiened •-
And called mv dear friend to rest.
HIS FRIEND. MAMIE V. HAWKINS. •
WILLIAMS. A tribute of love and memory
to a beloved one. SAMUEL A. WILLIAMS,
who left us one year ago today. November
4. 1926
I held you in mr arms. dear.
And saw vonr life depart,
l But when they said that you were dead
It almost broke my heart.
. MAGGIE WILLIAMS.
And thou hast been away from us a vear.
What have the happy angels told thee,
dear.
As here below the months have gone their
round ?
What joys by us undreamed ol hast thou
found?
If thou would'st open to our longing sixhl ,
One glimpse of th.v serene and mire
delight—
Could send one little word across the tide—
Then would the<e vearnine* iWo be
satisfied. LOVINGLY. PEARL. •
WILLIAMS. In memory of our beloved
member and treasurer. SAMUEL A. WIL
LIAMS. who departed this life one year
ago today. November 4. 1026.
Upright and faithful in all of his wave.
Truthful and honest to the end of his days:
A noble character, loyal and kind:
What a wonderful memory he left behind.
THE FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH:
REV B H. WHITING. Pastor: MRS.
SADIE REDMOND. Church Clerk. *
FUNERAL DIRECTORS'
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor connected
with the original W. R. Speare establish*
Phone Frank. 6626. H St. N.W.
Formerly 040 F St. N.W.
i. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director and
Kmbalmer. ‘Livery In connection. Commo
dious chapel. Modem Crematorium*. Mnder*
ate prices, 333 Pa. Ave. N.W. Call M. 1385.
ESTABLISHED 1876.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO..
1337 10th St. N.W, Phone North 47. 27*
W. Warren Taltavull
14th & Spring Rd. . Col. 464
Timothy Hanlon
641 H St. N.E. Phone L. 5543.
Wm. H. Sardo & Co.
Private Limousine Ambulance
Modem chaneu' Lincoln 524
Almus R; Speare
Succeeding the Original
WR,BpeareGo.
1623 Connecticut Ave.
.POTOMAC *6oo{l^ , «*a*,£
Frank Geier's Sons Co.
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Modem Chapel. Telephone. ™*Bin a4(J
P. A. TALTAVULL "
H. J. TALTAVULL. Mgr.
438 7th St. S.W. M. 187*.
NO BRANCH OFFICE.
CHAS. S. ZURHORST
301 EAST CAPITOL ST.
_____ Phone Llnrohi 373.
JAMES t: RYAN
„ _ 317 Pa. Ave. S.E.
Model Chapel. Atlnntie 1709,,
Private Ambulance. Auln Servle*.
Quick. Dignified. Efficient “Service.'' *
Automobile Service. Chapel.
W. W. Deal & Co.
816 H St. N.E, LINCOLN 82(H)
T. F. COSTELLO ™
1724 N. Capitol St. NORTH 7978.'
Joseph F. Birch's Sons
_ . (ISAAC BIRCH)
3034 M St. NW phone We «* o®.
MONUMENTS. .!
THE FINEST DISPLAY IN't'hS fclTt. "
All Monument# reduced for 80 data.
Do not baw durebate on nhotoarraobt
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Ihximpt Auto Delivery Service! “
Artistic—expressive—inexpensive.
Gude Bros. Co., 1212 F St.
GEO. C. SHAFFER
Our Only Store, 14th fit Eve
BL:ACKISTONE,T467 R
Beautiful Floral , (
, *. % Designs, $5 and up.
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