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They were weighed before and after the feast, which included the cake, and found that one man THE EVENING BTAK, WASHINGTON, P, C., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1927. ’ had gained five pounds and several others threa pounds aach. Tha total Increase In weight of the guests was 154 pounds. MOTOR FIRM HEAD COMMITS SUICIDE C. Royce Hough Shoots Self to Death —Business Wor ries Blamed. C. Royce Hough, 55 years old, presi dent of the Hough Motor Co. and prominently identified with club and sporting interests, ended his life by shooting in his apartment in the Parker, Columbia road and Sixteenth street, about 3 o'clock yesterday after noon. His wife, in another room, heard the shot and found her hus band's body on the floor. Death was instantaneous. Mr. Hough was a pioneer automo bile dealer here. He was prominent in athletic circles during his younger davs and in later years was an en thusiastic follower of boxing, fre quently acting in an official capacity at bouts. He also was well known as a. golfer and held membership in the Congressional Country Club. Dr. J. Ramsay Nevitt, coroner, was told that worry over his business af fairs probably prompted his act. Hough is survived by his widow and a son, C. Royce Hough, jr., who is in business in New Haven. Conn. Elliott Hbugh, a brother, is secretary of the Hough Motor Co. Funeral arrangements were being completed today. ——- Floods caused by the melting of snow caused many plants in Norway to shut down during the Summer. Perry & Walsh Morticians Private Ambulances 29 H St. N.W. Main 984 WE DYE '”" WEARING APPAREL BLACK For Mourning 'n 24 Hours Carmack Dry Cleaning&Dy eingCo Line. 18» Ryan Service Is Friendly The friends we make—■ we keep. They realize that their interests are our interests, too. That is why we have grown to he one of the largest funeral directors in the city. Funerai parlor, pri vate ambulance and livery In connection. James T. Ryan Funeral Director 317 P«. Ave. S.E. Telephone Atlantic 1700-1701 Ends His Life * j y<> - C. ROYCE HOre.H. THE WEATHER I District of Columbia—Fair and , colder, with freezing temperature, about 30 degrees tonight; tomorrow fair and continued cold. Maryland Generally fair and colder, with freezing temperature to night; tomorrow fair and continued cold. Virginia—Fair and colder, with freezing temperature in the interior and heavy frost, on the coast tonight; tomorrow fair and continued cold. AVest Virginia—Generally fair to night and tomorrow; somewhat colder in north portion tonight. Records for 24 Hours. Thermometer—4 p.tn., 66; 8 p.m., 65; 12 midnight, 48; 4 a.m., 45; 8 a.m„ 42; noon, 42. Barometer—4 p.m., 39.60; 8 p.m., 29.57; 12 midnight, 29.68; 4 a.m., 29.78; 8 a.m., 29.90; noon, 29.95. Highest temperature, 70, occurred at 3:15 p.m. yesterday. Lowest tem perature, 42, occurred at 8 a.m. today. Temperature same date last year— Highest, 59; lowest, 44. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today—Low tide, 10:13 a.m. and 10:36 p.m.; high tide, 3:26 and 3:58 p.m. Tomorrow—Low tide, 10:52 a.m. and i 11:25 p.m.; high tide. 4:20 a.m, and 4:46 p.m. Condition of the Water. Great Falls—Very muddy this morn ing. Harpers Ferry—Potomac and Shen andoah Rivers very muddy this morn ing. Weather in Various Cities. a Temperature »= “ PH. 2 s a srr> 82. j 55P r*® fil Station*. j SJ J= s Weather. * 2.3 H » ’ : : 3 Abilene .... .'10.06 70 .'it .... Pt.eloudy Albany ....29.76 70 40 1.16 Cloudy Atlanta .10.06 62 34 Cloudy Atlantic City 20.76 64 46 0.72 Cloudy Baltimore ..29.88 6H 41 1.42 Cloudy Birmingham. .'lO.lB 44 34 .... Cloudy Bismarck ...30.20 12 6 0.06 Snow Boston 20.62 72 62 1.70 Rain Buffalo .....20,06 36 26 0.78 Snow Charleston . 20.08 74 44 0.02 Clear Chicago ...30 20 32 24 0.34 Cloudy Cincinnati .. 30.14 32 30 0.04 Snow Cleveland .. 30.04 38 30 0.34 Snow Col’mbia.S.C. 30.00 . . 40 0.32 Clear 1 Denver .....20 02 52 38 .... Cloudy ’ Detroit ...,30.08 34 24 .... Snow El Paso 30.00 68 38 Clear Gatveston ..30.14 58 54 .... Clear Helena , 20.00 48 38 .... Pt.eloudy Huron. 9. D. 30.30 14 0 .... Cloudy Indianapolis. 30.14 34 28 .... Snow Jacksonville. 30.02 74 42 0.01 Cloudy Kansas City. 30.28 36 22 Pt.eloudy Los Angeles. 20.88 00 64 .... Clear Louisville . 30.22 36 30 O.QI Snow Miami. Eia. 20.04 80 54 0.54 Cloudy N. Orleans.. 30.16 48 40 .... Clear New York... 20.74 76 42 1.24 Cloudy Okla. City.. 30.16 52 34 .... Pt.eloudy Omaha .. .30.30 24 14 .... Snow Philadelphia. 20.82 70 46 0.06 Cloudy Phoenix .. . 20.02 82 50 .... Clear Pittsburgh . 30.04 44 30 0.72 « loudy Portland. Me. 20.64 60 56 0.84 Cloudy Portland. Ore 30.06 60 50 0.08 Cloudy faleigh.N.O. 20.02 74 42 008 Clear . Lake City 30.02 56 42 0.01 Cloudy San Antonio 30.08 70 46 .... Clear San Diego. .20 88 82 60 Clear 8. Francisco. 30.00 70 54 Cloudy St. Louis. .. 30.24 32 26 .... Clear St. Paul 30.30 16 14 Snow Seattle 30.02 54 48 Cloudy Snokane .. . 30.00 52 40 .... Cloudy WASH.. D.C. 29.90 70 42 2.14 Cloudy FOREIGN. (7 a.m.; Greenwich time, today.) Stations. Temperature. Weather London. England 42 Part cloudy Paris. France 30 Clear Vienna. Austria 32 Ram. Berlin. Germany 32 Cloudy Gibraltar. Spain 58 Rain Horta (Fayalt. Azores... 64 Part cloudy Hamilton. Bermuda 74 Part cloudy San Juan. Porto Rico. .. 78 < fear Havana. Cuba j 4 Cloudy Colon. Canal Zone 7 8 Part ' loudy FOUND. ~~ FOR LOST ANIMALS - aunty Auimal Rescue League. 349 Maryland eve, e.w Main 8088. LOST. ~ BAG—Lady’s dark blue silk hair'' containing money, spectacles and other articles: reward. Mrs, N. A. Ayres. Congress Hall Hotel. BEAGLE HOUND, yellow and white spotted, Monday. November 14. Owner. H. Tun>£tt. KoreHtville. Md. , BROOCH, pearl and sapphire crescent in or near District Building. Reward. Return to Room 120. District Building. ll?__ DOG —Small, black terrier, Perfect light markings; Wednesday evening. harder st. and P3rk rd.: liberal reward. Call Capitol Heights 256. - 0 DOG Irish terrier, male brown, shaggy: an §wer* to name of Pat. Reward. Lincoln 44W>. df>B 4th wt. n.p. EARRING —Pearl stud. Tuesday noon, be tween Freer Gallery and Southern Building. Please return bv hand or mall office. Freer Gallery of Art. Reward. *B* fYEGI.ASSES. in case: between resident hea> -t and P st.. via 16th st bus Rew*, rd of $2 if returned to 1.34 P st.. Apt. 45. HANDBAG, brown pin seal: between 3440 14th st. and 14th and Monroe: reward. Col. 3445. Mrs. Anderson. KEYS on key ring on Michigan or N. Can. st. above Florida. Reward. Box 66. Catholic C’niv. of NOSE GLASSES, gold chain, shell frame*, between 11th to 15th on F or G n.w.: re ward. Atlantic 320-J. I** _ POCKETBOOK. oblong, alligator, containing sl2. change, car tokens, pair eyeglasses, metal case, picture of child. Reward if re nting*-toli;,f>H..Lalinont n.w. 18* POCKETBOOK. lady’s black- money, keys, et-.: Thursday, drug store. 12th and F at*. or vicinity: reward. Adams 53,. evenings. POCKETBOOK. Sunday. Nov. 18th: consid erable money: owner’s cards in same, one W. W. Clark A West Clark. Lihernl reward for return to 3112 Morrison st. n.w. Cleve. 1459-W. 18* POLICE DOG. tag No. 11198: answering to name of "Czar." Finder call Cleve. 6142 and rc< rive reward. _______________ POLICE DOG. male, brown and black: un s\yer*__to_naim- of "Wolt." Call Col. 6092, POLICE DOG: answers to "Wolf." “Reward. Phone Adams JG!>. 21* PURSE, child's, gray and )>lue. Reward if returned 3917 Rhode Island ave. tie.. Brentwood. Md, 19* UMBRELLA, veil silk, fancy handle: mono gramnied "S. H. L.” Phone Adams 2592 a.fiei 7:30 ti.ni. Reward. WASH, lady’s. In Garfinckel box. Return to 752 Gresham pi. n.w. Reward. 20* '*! f ound^ur^aervice^ c ‘« nt satisfactory in every respect, B. Gate jet* | MORTICIANS ■A Jjfi FEDERAL ARCHITECTS HOLD BUSINESS DINNER L. A. Simon Elected President of Association Poliowing Entertain ment at Washington Hotel. At the Washington Hotel last night the Association of Federal Architects held Its organization dinner. E. B. Morris was the toastmaster and dur ing the progress of the dinner many stunts were launched. Musical num bers were rendered by A. M. Tabbutt, L. G. D. Weimer, \V. L. Drevo, and E J. Behm. Following the dinner, a business meeting was held, during which the organization came into being. The object of the association is to form a strong alliance of the men in the several architectural units of the Government service. The following officers were elected; President. L. A. Simon, Supervising Architect’s Office; vice president, L. M. Leisenring, War Department; sec retary, D. A. Leitch, Navy Depart ment; treasurer, D. A. Leitch, Navy Department; directors, E. G. Will, War Department; William Partridge, Navy Department; C. H. Stratton, .Veterans’ Bureau; E. B. Morris, Supervising Architect's Office. 2,000 IN PITTSBURGH NEED RED CROSS AID Most Who Lost in Gas Blast Re-' quire Replacement of House hold Furnishings. By the Associated Pres*. In addition to emergency relief already extended, nearly 2,000 persons will need reconstruction aid of the American Red Cross as a result of the Pittsburgh explosion. This estimate was made today by Robert E. Bondy, manager of the or ganization’s Eastern area, who has just returned from Pittsburgh, where he assisted in a preliminary survey. Most of those who suffered loss, he said, were of the industrial class liv ing in rented houses. The principal need, he added, is the replacement of household goods. SHIPPING NEWS Arrivals at and Sailings From New York. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Nerissa—St. Johns November 12 President Monroe—Marseille... November 2 Santa. Marta—Santa Marta.... November 8 Fort St. George—Bermuda. ... November 16 DUE TODAY. Berengaria—Southampton . . . .November 12 Columbus—Bremerhaven November 9 DUE TOMORROW. Munaires—San Francisco October 4 R.vndam—Rotterdam . November 9 DUE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29. La Pla.va—Port Limon November 12 Drottninttholm—Gothenburg . .November 19 DUE MONDAY NOVEMBER 21. American Banker—London. . . .November 12 Ancon—Cristobal .November 13 Arabic—Antwerp November 11 Aurania—Glasgow November 12 Laeonia—Liverpool November 12 Laurentic—Liverpool ........November 12 Minnesota—London November 12 Coamo—San Juan November 17 Fort Victoria—Bermuda November 19 Maravai—Trinidad November 12 Duilio—Genoa November 11 Cleveland—Hamburg November 10 DUE TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 22. American Lerion—Buenos Aires, .... „ _ November 3 Bohvar—Puerto Colombia November 11 Chicago— Bordeaux November 19 Majestic—Southampton November 16 Siboney—Havana November 19 Tivives—Puerto Barrios November 13 Esseonibo—Valparaiso November 2 Hellig Olav—Copenhagen November 11 DUE WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23. Giuseppe Verdi—Genoa November 9 Pans—Havre November 16 Byron—Piraeus November 6 Montevideo—Unreelona October 24 Munorleans—Nassau November 20 DUE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. Lara—Maracaibo November 12 Metapan—Santa Marta November 15 President Adams—World cruise. Silvia—St. Johns. . November 19 OUTGOING STEAMERS. SAILING TODAY. lie do France—Plymouth and Havre. Olympic’—Cherbourg and Southampton. Lancastria—Plymouth. Havre and London. President Roosevelt—Plymouth. Cherbourg and Bremen. Amor—La Guayra. Puerto Cabello and Mara caibo. Luna—lnagua and Port au Prince. Bridgetown—Cape Haitien. Port de Paix and Puerto Colombia. Minnesotan—Pacific Coast, SAILING TOMORROW. Scythia—Cobh and Liverpool. Cameronia—Moville and Glasgow. Cedric—Queenstown and Liverpool. Minnewaska—Cherbourg and London. Wlnifrediau —Plymouth. Cherbourg and Ant werp. Ma.vari —Santiago. Kingston and Puerto Co lombia Toloa—Havana. Cristobal and Port Limon. Nova Scotia—Grenada. Trinidad and De merara. Western World—Rio de Janeiro. Santos. Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Ponce—San Juan. Rotterdam—Plymouth. Boulogne and Rotter dam. Ori r. aba—H avan a. Huron—Turks Island. Nerissa—St. Johns and Halifax. Fort St. George—Bermuda. Camamu—Santos. Hog Island—Tangier. Isa—Santo Domingo. tan Pablo—Barrios, wineburne—Para. SAILING TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 22. Providence—M arseiile. Columbus—Plymouth. Cherbourg and Bre men. SAILING WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23. Berengaria—Cherbourg and Southampton. Deutschland—Cherbourg. Southampton and Hamburg. Conte Biancamano—Naples and Genoa. Caracas—San Juan. La Gua.vra and Mara caibo. Ceiha—Kingston. Fort Victona —Bermuda Santa Marta—Kingston. Cristobal and Santa Marta. SAILING THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. Coamo—San Juan. Mongolia—Havana. Cristobal and San Fran cisco. President Monroe—Havana. Cristobal and Pacific Coast I around the world I. Santa Luisa—Cristobal. Iquiuue and Val paraiso. SAILING FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 25. Arabic—Plymouth. Cherbourg and Antwerp. Minnesota—Boulogne and London. Cottica—Port au Prince. Curacao and Puerto Cabello. Paris —Plymouth and Havre. SAILING SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20. Majestic—Cherbourg and Southampton. Laurentic—Queenstown ami Liverpool. Laconia—Queenstown and Liverpool. Vestris—Rio de Janeiro. Montevideo and •Buenos Aires. Duilio —Naples and Genoa. Drottningholiu—Gothenburg. R.vndam—Plymouth. Boulogne and Rotter dam. American Farmer—London. Calamares—Havana. Cristobal and Port Li mon. Tivives—Santiago. Kingston and Puerto Bar rios. Macabi—Santiago. Kingston and Puerto Co lombia. San Juan—San Juan. Fort St. George—Bermuda. Silvia—Halifax and St. Johns. ONEKILLED.iI HURT IN TRAFFIC MISHAPS Another Man Dies in Board ing House After Being Dis charged From Hospital. A man was killed and 11 other per sons were injured in traffic accidents between 5 45 and 10 o’clock last night. Another man died yesterday just after being discharged from the hospital, where he had been treated for traffic injuries, hut the cause of death has not been determined. Robert C. Garnett. 60 years old, of 409 Oakdale place, victim of the fatal accident, was killed by the automo bile of James Bernard Carroll, colored, 24 years old. of 3313 Volta place, while crossing in front of 518 Florida avenue. Garnett is reported to have stepped between two parked cars in front of Carroll’s machine. Carroll drove the injured man to Frecdmen’s Hospital, where he died on the operating table. Police of the eighth precinct held the driver tft await an inquest at the morgue to morrow morning. Dies In Hoarding House. Thirty minutes after his discharge from Emergency Hospital yesterday afternoon, "William R. Price, 52 years old, was found dead in a room at 476 1 j Pennsylvania avenue by William Baden, another roomer. Price was knocked down at Penn sylvania avenue and Sixth street early Tuesday night by an automo bile, reported by the police to have been driven by Tony Astore, 236 Four-and-a-half street southwest, and was treated at Emergency Hospital for concussion of the brain and an injury to his leg. Grace Cleveland, 8 years old, young est victim of the night's accidents, re sides at 530 Ninth street northeast. She was crossing the street near her home about 7:30 o’clock when knocked down by an automobile of the Chesa peake & Potomac Telephone Co., driven by Raymond Sullivan 818 K street southeast. She was treated at the office of Dr. Thomas B. Crisp.’ George Parker, colored, 74 years old, 134 S street, was knocked down by a taxicab at Fifteenth and I streets shortly after 9 o’clock. Surgeons at Emergency Hospital reported his con dition undetermined. Lewis Kahn, 67 years old. apart ment 318 Argonne Apartments, was severely injured shortly before 6 o’clock . when knocked down at Six teenth and Irving streets by an auto mobile driven by Robert Anderson, 4842 Sixteenth street.. Kahn was treated at Garfield Hospital for a se vere injury to his head and shock, surgeons reporting his condition unde termined. Hit-and-Run Accident. Fifteen-year-old Catherine E. Mer ritt, 208 Shepherd street, Chevy Chase, Md., was the victim of a hit-and-run accident at Wisconsin and Nebraska avenues about 6:20 o’clock, being struck by a large touring car just after alighting from a street car. Her right shoulder was injured and she suffered slight concussion of the brain. First-aid was given at Georgetown University Hospital. Russell Ulrich, 27 years old, at tached to the U. S. S. Mayflower, was knocked down at Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth street by the automobile of Richard R. Moguin, 2707 Woodley road. He was given first aid at Emer gency Hospital for a head injury. George Sproesser. 41 years old, 2211 II street, received injuries to his hand and leg as a result of being knocked down near Twenty-first and P streets shortly after 7 o'clock by an automo bile driven by James F. Wood, 1135 New Hampshire avenue. Physicians at Emergency Hospital treated him. George Haskins, colored, 28 years old, 1455 W street, was knocked down at Fourteenth and L streets shortly after 6 o’clock by an antomobile driv en by Frank E. Dudley. 4430 New Hampshire avenue, and slightly hurt. Dudley took him home. James E. Liston, 642 I street south west. was driver of an automobile that knocked down William C. Brewer, 31 years old. of 1736 G street, at Seventeenth and G streets about 8 o’clock. Brewer was treated at Emergency Hospital for an injury to his knee. 9eatb«. BARTON. Ou Wpdiie-Uav. November 16. 1027. Rev. AUiEUT BARTON, beloved nusband of Hattie Barton, devoted step father ot Mamie F. Peek and Cephos Ellis Funeral Saturday. November It*, at 1 p in., front Second Baptist Church. 3rd st. bet. H and 1 sts. n.w.. Rev. Holloman officiating. Relatives and friends invited to attend. 18* BARTON. The Baptist Ministers’ Conference will please meet at the Second Baptist Church, 3rd st. between H and I n.w.. on Saturday. November 19 12 o'clock, to at tend the funeral of Rev. ALBERT BARTON. REV. W. A. GRAY. President. REV. J. 1. LOVING. D. D.. See y. • BEALE. Departed this life Tuesday. No vember 15. 1927. at Tuberculosis Hospi tal. MARY. devoted daughter of Clement and the late Mary Beale, and sister of Peter, Joseph and John Beale. Funeral Saturday. November 19. at 2 p.m., from the John T. Rhines & Co. funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Interment Rose mount Cemetery. CROOK. On Thursday. November 17. 1927. WILLIAM HARRISON CROOK, in his doth year, beloved son ot the late Col. and Mrs. William H. Crook. Funeral services from Hysong's funeral home. 1300 N st. n.w.. Saturday. November 19. at 2 p.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. COININGS. On November 17. 1927. at Gartteld Hospital. ELMORE I). CUM MINGS in his 66th year. Remains rest ing: at his late residence. 4608 15th st. n.w. Funeral private. Interment Indiana, Pa. Please omit flowers. DAVIS. On Thursday. November 17. 1927. at 10 a m.. SALLIE H. DAVIS, beloved wife of the late Tho». H. Davis. Funeral Monday. November 21. front her late resi dence, 5 K st n.e.: thence to St. Aloysios Church, where mass will be said at 9 a m. Interim nt Glenwood Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 19* GREEN’. Departed this life on Wednesday. November 10. 1927. at 2:30 am., at the Gallinger Hospital. THOMAS GREEN, be loved son of Selina Johnson, brother of Rebecca Payne and uncle of Lillian Harris. Funeral Sunday November 20, from the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church at 1:30 p.m. Remuitis resting at his late resi dence. 1758 Seaton st. n.w. HOUGH. Suddenly. Thursday. November 17, • 1927. at his residence. 3300 16th si. n.w.. CHARLES ROYOK HOUGH. Sur vived by his widow. Georgians Hough 1 nee Newton». and a son. Charles Royoe Hough, jr. Funeral Monday, November 21, at 10 ant., from John R. Wright Co., 1337 loth st. n.w. 20 HOIGIL A special communication of Har mony Lodge. No. 17. F. A. A. M.. is hereby called for 9 a m.. Monday morn ing. November 21. 1927. to attend the funeral of our late brut her. CHARLES HOYCE HOUGH. By order of the worship ful master, HILLIARD C. MYERS. Mem bers tdease take notice. 20* JOHNSON. All memtiers of the Ladies Cliff Rock Society are hereby notified of the death of Mrs. ANNIE JOHNSON. 312 Wolfe st,. Fredericksburg, Va. L. J. HART. Pres. F. M. BURRELL. Sec. JONES. On Thursday. November 17. 1927. at United States Nava! Hospital. SAMUEL P. JONES, aged 40 years, of 7041 Blair rd.. Takoma Park. D. C. Re mains resting at Nerval K. Tablet's fu neral parlors. Funeral at 11 a.m.. Satur day November 19. Interment at Arling ton National Cemetery. LA PORTE. On Wednesday. November 16. 1927. at 4:30 am., at George Washing ton University HotßtUl. NELLIE LA PORTE Jnee CorlmM. tieloved wife ol Edward E. La Porte of 484 ft Conduit rd. n.w. and beloved mother of Eugene La i Porte and Mr*. Nellie Wahl of tnis city. Remains resting at the A. J. Schippert chapel. 2008 Pennsylvania avc. Funeral from St. Stephen's Catholic Church. 25th st. and Penn, five., at 9 o’clock on Satur day November 19. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery, i Springfield Mass.. papers please copy.) 18 LILLY. On Wednesday. Novemticr 10. 1927 at Sibley Hospital. CHARLES H. LILLY, aged 46 years, beloved husband of Amelia Lilly. Funeral sorvii>es at his late residence. 112 F st. t.e.. ou Saturday. November 19. at 2 p.m. liitermout Fort Lincoln Cemetery. I Baltimore papers please copy.) 18 LILLY. Special communication of Potomac Lodge, No, 5. F. A. A. M„ is called for Saturday. November 19, at 1 p.m., to at- SSfca&r; 9 Beatfjs. MrELDKRY. Deputed this lire on Friday, November 18 1927. at her residence. 43/ r. n 1 st. s.w-. C.ARRIfe devoted wife of Roy McLdery daughter iJ Mrs. Josephine Henderson, mother of Carrie Thomas. She leaves to mourn her departure a grand mother. n cousin. Edward Kemp, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at John T. Rhine* A Co. s funeral home. 3rd and I «ts. s.w Notice ol funeral later. MORGAN. On Thursday. November 17. 1927, 1,1 the Alabama. ELLEN LEIGH MORGAN, widow of the late ? • Morgan of I-eonardtown. Md . in the <7th year of her age. She is survived bv two daughters and two sons. Kathleen Morgan Mrs. R Basconi Brown. Jr., ol Craddock Va : Joseph V. Morgan of Edge moor. Md. and Altiert E Morgan of Balti more and a brother. P. Gough Edelen of Baltimore. Interment Saturday, Novem t*'r 19 at 12 noon, at. Leonnrdtown. Md. Ml’IK. Suddenly, on Thursday. November 17 1927. at 2:15 a.m., at bis residence. 1317 Kenyon st n.w Rev. JOSEPH J. MUIR. i>. I>. chaplain of United States Senate and beloved husband of the late Lizzie Glover Muir. Funeral from < al v arv Baptist Church on Saturday. Novem ber 19 at 2 p.m Remains can lx! seen at Calvary Baptist Church from 11 am. to I:3ft p.m i Philadelphia. Pa., papers please copy, t RATTEN. Suddenly on Thursday. Novem ber 17. 1927. at the residence of her sis ter Mt- H K Bigelow of 1907 N st, n.w . LAURA A BATTEN. Notice of funeral later. PINCKNEY, Suddenly on Monday, Novem ber 14. 1927. at lit am. in Chicago, MARY E.. beloved daughter of the late Robert and Laura Pinckney anil beloved * sister of Anna M. Brooks. Heneritta Dod son. Catherine Adams. Isabella Johnson. Robert. Thomas. John J.. Arthur. George ami Joseph Pinckney, ami adopted daugh ter of Tamar Ann Wilson. Funeral Sun day. November 2ft. at 1 o'clock, from Mc- Guire's funeral parlors. Friend* cordially invited. Remains can he reviewed at fu neral parlors. Interment at Harmony Cemetery. 19* ROW'ZEE. Departed this life Wednesday, November 16. 1927. at Washington. D. EDWARD S.. eldest son of Reubtn and Sarah Rowzee. Funeral services from Bircli's funeral parlors Friday. November 18. at 7:30 p.m. Interment private at llarnestown. Md. Saturday. November 19. SL'Tt'H. On Wednesday, November 16.1927. at Roanoke. Va., STEPHEN, beloved hus band of Lillian Stitch inee Swinkl. Fu neral services at Zurhorst funeral parlor, 3PI East Capitol st.. on Saturday. Novem ber 19. at 11 am. Interment at Fort Lincoln Cemetery. WEE DON. On Friday. November IS 1927. at 315 a.m ANDREW M beloved hus band of Maude G. Weedon. Notice of 1 funerai hereafter. WILKINS. On Thursday. November 17. 1927. at 11:30 am., at Maple Grove. Va . BERTHA M . beloved wife of Le Roy Wilkins and daughter of Charles (. Balderson. Remains resting at the resi dence of her sister, Mrs. Cora Soper. 1828 22nd st. s.e. Notice of funerai later. In fftemortam. ASHTON. In sad and loving remembrance of my dear husband. ALEX. ASHTON, who died six years ago today, November 18. 1921. No one knows how I miss him. No one knows the tears 1 shed. But in heaven I hope to meet him. Where no farewell words are said. HIS LONELY WIFE. JULIA ASHTON. • DICKEY’. In sad but loving remembrance of our loving mother. LAURA V’. DICKEY, who departed this life ten years ago today, November 18. 1917. The month of November is h»re. To us the saddest of Ihe year; Because ten years ago today Our loving mother was called away. HF.R LOVING SONS AND DAUGHTERS IN-LAW. • HARRIS. In loving remembrance of my dear mother. RACHAEL S. HARRIS, who departed this life six years ago today. November 18. 1921. As I loved her. so I miss her. In my memory she is always near' Loved, remembered, longed for always. Bringing many a silent tear. HER SON. ALPHONZO J. HARRIS. • MOORE. In memory of our dear sister, SELINA MOORE, wife of the late John Moore, who died one year ago. November 17. 1926. On the hillside, softly sleeping Where the flowers gently wave. Lies the one we love so dearly. In her lone and silent grave. The flowers we place upon her grave Mav wither and decay. But the love for her who sleeps beneath Will never fade away. Then let our sorrows eease to flow. God has recalled his own: And let our hearts be content to say. Thy will he done. HER SISTERS. MISS TI’CRFTI\ THOMP SON. MRS CHARLOTTE STRANGE. MRS. AMANDA GOTT. AND BROTH ER-IN-LAW. JOHN E. STRANGE. • PHILLIPS. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear son and brother. JOHN H. PHILLIPS, who died two years ago to day. November 18. 1925. Loved in life, remembered in death. MOTHER. SISTER AND BROTHER. • REYNOLDS. In sad but loving remem brance of our dear mother, daughter and sister. MARA’ M. REYNOLDS, who de parted this life two years ago. November 18. 3925. On the hillside, softly sleeping Where the oak trees gently wave. Lies the one we loved so dearly In her lonely silent grave. No one knows how we miss her. No one knows how sad we feel. Blit in heaven we hope to meet her Where no fareweli tears are shed. MOTHER FATHER. SISTERS. BROTH ERS AND SON’S. • BTEFLE. Sacred to the memory of our dear wife and mother ANNIE L. STEELE, who who left ns four years ago today. Novem ber 18 1923. Four long years have passed away. But memory still lives on: Our hearts are sad and lonely today For the love of our dear one gone. „ THE FAMILY. • THOMPSON. In sad but loving remem brance of niv dear mother. MARI THOMP SON Inee Browni. who departed this lifa three years ago today. November 18. 1924. I saw you suffer And 1 heard you sigh. But all I could do Was to sit and cry. Oh. how patient in .vour suffering When no hand could give you ease. God. the helper of the helpless. Saw your grief and sent you peace. LOVING DAUGHTER. MARY WOODSON. Detroit. Mich. • WILKINSON. In sad but loving remem brance of our dear beloved one CLIFTON L. WILKINSON, who departed this life seventeen years ago today. November 18, 1910. THE FAMILY. • WILLIAMS. In loving remembrance of our dear son and brother. ARTHUR LEE WILLIAMS, who imparted this life five years ago today. November 18. 1922. In our hearts your memory lingers. Always tender, fond and true; There is not a day. dear Arthur. That we do not think of you. the Family. * FUNERAL DIRECTORS. ~~~ Quick. Dignified. Efficient Service. Automobile Service. _ Chapel. W. W. Deal & Co. 816 H St. N E. LINCOLN 8200. P. A. TALTAVULL H. J. TALTAVULL Mgr. 436 7th 9t. S.W. _ . M. 1878. NO BRANCH OFFICE. CHAS. S. ZURHORST 301 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 372. T. F. COSTELLO 1724 N. Capitol St NORTH 7978. _ Joseph F* Birch's Sons 1 ISAAC BIRCH) 7074 M St N W l>hon9 " e,t OUJ-t -VI Ot. .N.W. Estatilished 1841. V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the stieeeatora of nor connected with the ortgtnal W. R. 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