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Funeral services for Rev. George H. Claybaugh, 83 years old. who died In Emergency Hospital Saturday, were con ducted at his residence. 2446 Twentieth || It’s Hard to Believe —particularly when one has had vA experiences less fortunate, but it Yyt is true that our most moderately priced service is thoughtful, mod ern and desirable in every way. Wp One never pays more than he usot wishes for our service, no matter how moderate his means. We render a complete service for as ,oO| little as $125. I Seal Funeral Home. | 1 -<Jor wghbar g Phones Lincoln 8200*8201 A Lenten Message The Supreme Appeal of The First of A A tST Jesus Christ under the To the Individual Auspices of SPEAKER Rt. Rev. James E. Freeman The Bishop of Washington Churchman’s League Above all the great personalities to whose appeal the imagination of hu manity has responded, whose examples have inspired others to strive after loftier ideals and whose precepts have sought to turn men’s feet into the paths of right eoughness—above all of these towers the personality of Jesus Christ. In His example, His precepts and His exemplification of God’s abiding love for us, the 'TUg individual will find the answer to all his problems of right relationship to his neighbor, his Nation and his God. % Brotherhood St. Andrew Plan to Attend These Services The w , The season of Lent is the time for self-examination as well as Layman S for self-discipline. We owe to our God and ourselves a spiritual c . reorganization and a rededication to the ideals of Him whose bervice glorious Resurrection we are soon to celebrate. Under the leader * . . ship of six of the greatest preachers of our Church we plan to Association devote the Tuesday evenings during Lent to a searching and pray erful consideration of the Personality of Jesus and His appeal to us to follow more closely His example and precepts. •''Tuesday Evening, Feb. 19th S at 8 O’clock The Church of the Epiphany G St. N.W. Between 13th and 14th Everyone Welcome No Reserved Seats street, this afternoon at 2 o’clock. In terment was private. Rev. Mr. Slaybaugh. who retired from the ministry early In life, due to failing health, served as a chief clerk of the United States Coast Guard here for many years, until retired in 1922. He THE EYENIXG STAR, WASHINGTON, D. Q, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 38, 192 D. was a veteran of the Union Army and was long active in the Grand Army of the Republic, having served the or ganization as senior vice commander in-chief in 1915. He also was past commander of the Department of the Potomac. G. A. R., in which he had held various offices. Births Reported. The following births have been reported to the Health Department in the last 24 hours: David H. and Mark K. Burrows, girl. Raymond S. and Mary E. Devers. girl. Marcus M. and Helen M. Duffy, boy. James G. and Mary A. Finotti. boy. Conrad D. and Kathleen Fitts, girl. John B and Mary E. Perry, boy. George A. and Nellie F. Poore, boy. Joseph E. and Katharine Smith, boy. William E. and Pearl Veltch. girl. A black and tan terrier recently ex hibited in England weighed one and one-quarter pounds and was valued at SSOO. Col. 432 Col. 432 Doctors Recommend W. W. Chambers Ambulance Service It is the best and the charge is only $4.00 in city. I defy any one to * will give ... . . a . /''"'TARK you a complete say this is not first- funeral, cars and class goods and ' all, cemetery lot In service. We have I expert embalmers - iIP Cl CA AA Our manager. Will ~‘^V^^^CRAVEWUJLT Elliott, is a man of 1 guarantee my , Or any other best qualltv service, $75 up, is j 35 years experience. steel vault. Price, $85.00 perfect. Call W. W. CHAMBERS CO. Washington s Most Reasonable Undertaker 14th, Cor. Chapin St. N.W. Col. 432 Chapel and Offices Col. 432 Deaths Reported. William Pollock. 96. 3537 R st. * Louise W. Swan. 89. 4512 41st st. George H. Slaybaugh. 83, Emergency Hos pital. Rachel A. Miller. 77, 428 13th st. n.e. Helen J. Pierce, 76. 1759 K st. Ssrah A. Mayhew, 69, Homeopathic Hos pital. Anna M. Ball. 63. 830 Shepherd st. John D. Sullivan. 61. Walter Reed Hos pital. Edward J King. 61, Corcoran Courts. . Nellie L. McClaskey. 60, Garfield Hospital. 1 Christian Fundlmacher, 59. St. Elizabeth's 1 Hospital. Theodore Huseman. 57, United States Sol diers' Home Hospital. Daisy Redway. 55. Casualty Hospital. 7,ed M. Bonner. 54. St. Elizabeth's Hos pital. Amelia H. Helm. 54. 637 K st. n.e. Elizabeth Anderson. 20. Galiinaer Hospital. Mary M. Weaver. 13. 712 19th st. Infant of Francis J. and Sophie Crowe, 1 day. Sibley Hospital. Walter Jefferson. 72. Galllngpr Hospital. Alice Lewis. 63. St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Charlie Edmonds, 48. Freedmen's Hospital. Lillian Robinson. 41. Freedmen's Hospital. Elijah Barber. 40. Oallinser Hospital. Francis IT Joyce. 34, Galllnger Hospital. Grace Butler. 33, Freedmen's Hospital. Sarah Anderson. 24. Emergency Hospital. Illness Fatal Mds v fUL ,< - ii REV. DR. J. TOWNSEND RUSSEI.L. CATHEDRALGANON, DR. RUSSELL, DIES Had Held Post Since 1918. Funeral to Be Conducted Wednesday Morning. Rev. Dr. J. Townsend Russell, canon of the Washington Cathedral since 1918, died at his residence, Beauvoir, adjacent to the Cathedral, early today after a short illness. * Canon Russell was a graduate of Hobart College and pursued his theo logical studies at Becksley Theological Seminary at Gambler, Ohio. He served parishes in Warren. Pa., and Brook lyn, N. Y„ where he also was Archdeacon, and at Palm Beach, Fla., where, during his term of office, the new church, Bethesda by the Sea, was built. He received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from George Washington University. He is survived by his widow, Mrs Anna E. Russell, daughter of Henry K. Sheldon of Brooklyn, N. Y.; by his son. J. Townsend Russell, jr., curator of old world archaeology in the Smithsonian Institution; his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lois Hoover Russell: grandsons, James i and Charles; a brother, Anson Henry Russell of Cleveland, and by two sisters, Mrs. Amos L. Bush of Cleveland and Mrs. Robert Bolwell of this city. Funeral services will be conducted at the Cathedral Wednesday morning at 11 o’clock. Bishop James E. Freeman of th» Episcopal diocese of Washington, and the Very Rev. G. C. F. Bratenahl. dean of the Washington Cathedral, will officiate. Nine Die in Fire in Egypt. CAIRO, Egypt. February 18 (A 3 ). Nine persons were killed and 20 severe ly injured in a fire in a large village near Zazazig yesterday. A total of 150 houses was destroyed. LOST. ; BUCKI.E. rhinestone, rose design. Potomac ! Boat Club, Saturday night. Cleveland 4398. Reward. • COAT Boy's, sheep-lined. Saturday, out of ear. Finder return. Receive reward. 2037 37th st. n.w. Cleveland 372-W. 19* DOCJ -English nt bull, all white- ears un cut; metal tag on collar. Reward. Call Columbia 1772-W. _ 20* POX "TERRIER, female: brown head, black spot on one side; answers to name Annabel. Reward. 317 18th ti e. I,in. 244. FOX TERRIER —Boy's pet; long tail: "Spot." Reward, John R. Kennedy. North 3466. GLASSES, tortoise shell rim. in black leather case. Return to 48 Seaton pi. n.w. or phone North 828 l LADIES who found purse in Billings Sat. please return; owner in need; liberal re ward. Address_Box 10-IJ. Star office; • PEARL BEADS, white (Old clasp, reward if returned to 4008 Illinois ave. n.w. Col. 7952-J. ROSARY, light blue stones strung on gold, probably in front of 1519 L. Reward. 3508 Punnymede pi., Chase. Clev. 4989. SPECTACLES, in brown leather case: be tween 12th and M and 13th and F. Monday morning Reward. Franklin 3894-J. WATCH. Hamilton, and chain, with cigar cutter. Finder please phone Cleveland 4429 crjtff t ropolttan _3259. Reward. WRIST WATCH, green enameled, with flex ible lace to match. Eton movement, lost Saturday night between 14th and Thomas Circle and 22nd and Pa. ave.; liberal re ward. 3419 R St. n.w. West 1429. WRIST WATCH, ladv's white gold Elgin, on Saturday. February 9: initials E. K. F.: SlO j reward. 135 A st. n.c. 18* Perry & Walsh Morticians Private Ambulances 29 H St. N.W. Main 984 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT FINE MEN'S WEAR EISEMAN’S —7th & F gbbep-jtlaugoleum Beautiful—Enduring—Convenient MILITARY HIGHWAY BEYOND SOUTH GATE Opposite Arlington Cemetery Ride out in the afternoon and view this wonderful mausoleum in its serene and permanent tran quillity. I This halloived beauty spot is an everlasting memorial to the i love and reverence for those who j have passed on. ENTOMBMENT COSTS NO MORE THAN UNDERGROUND BURIAL Intpect Now—Open Every Day Office 1000Conn.Ave. Main 7897 Should, Have Gawler ServUxfJ^^^^'^' Wm?A “Please permit me to say that X 'HW/ \ rjf tfle services were perfect .. . en- I ! Jlly! tirelu satisfactory in every way.” I \ , sySSf. . » G*wtiK* ,^. T . »ON« Inc. ' fl/X ) L> &\w \r OfbtiAf* Ityo Alfred B. Gawler MifijjW f PjKj itojjfatfN" MORTICIANS Walter A. Gawler 7uTj;j/MWft|PP^| ( l 1750-52-54 Penna. Ave. N.W-^=A PHILLIP C. HANNA 1 DIES OF PARALYSIS Retired U. S. Consul General Served During Three South American Revolutions. By the Associated Press. SAN DIEGO, Calif., February 18.— Phillip C. Hanna, retired ranking con sul general of the United States, died at a sanitarium here yesterday. He had been in poor health since Novem ber, when he suffered a stroke of paralysis at hi 5 heme, in Waterloo, lowa. He was 72 years old. Mr. Hanna entered the United States consular service in 1891. During his foreign service he passed through three South American revolutions and be came conspicuous when on several oc casions he was backed by the United States Navy in his efforts to protect American interests. These efforts at tracted the enmity of the Venezuelan government during the time of the Crespo revolution, and the United States was requested to recall him. Sec retary Blaine replied that Mr. Hanna’s work was .satisfactory to the United States and that he would remain until the close of the outbreak. Ills work that followed the Monterey and New Mexico flood disasters of 1909 won him the thanks of President Taft, the board of directors of the Ameri can Red Cross and Mexican Red Cross and the governors and-Legislatures of two Mexican states. After the landing of United States troops at Vera Cruz in 1914 he was made a prisoner of war by Huertistas and was accused of sympathizing with the revolutionists. He was left in the statehouse when Huerta troupe evac uated Monterey. Besides being prominent in interna tional affairs. Mr. Hanna was a lec turer on Latin American and interna tional subjects. He was a member of the Waterloo Rotary Club and an hon orary member of the G. A. R. Mr. Hanna Is survived by a niece and two sisters, all residents of this city. Funeral services will be held In Waterloo, lowa, next Sunday. marriage. MrDONALD—SHIRLEY. Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph G. McDonald of Lanham. Md.. an nounce the marriage of their son. JOHN JOSEPH, to Miss SARA R. SHIRLEY, Feb ruary 1, 1929, at Hyattsville, Md. • MeLOUGHI,AN—CARNAHAN. Mrs. Frank Carnahan announces the marriate of her daughter JANET to JOHN ROBERT Mc- LOUGHLAN on Saturday. February 16. • 1929, at noon In the Little Church Around the Corner. New York City. * Dratlia. BARKSDALE. ROBERTA HI NT. Departed this life on Saturday. February 16. 1929. ! at 10 am., at the residence of her daugh ter, Delia Howell. 614 B st. s.e.. ROBERTA HUNT BARKSDALE. She leaves to mourn their loss a daughter. Delia Howell; six grandchildren. Percy, Sheydouna and Au gust Howell and Wilbert. Nathanial and Thomas Dyson: a brother and sister. Fred and Jennie Williams. Funeral Tuesday. February 19. at 1 p.m., Irom Mount Car mel Baptist Church. 3rd and Eve sts. n.w.. Rev. W. H. Jernigan, pastor. Relatives and friends invited. tßaleigh, N. C., papers please copy.) BARRETT. JAMES 11. On Saturday, Feb -1 uary 16. 1929, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Norfolk. Va.. JAMES H. BARRETT, be loved husband of Edith A. Barrett. Fu neral from his late residence, 4500 17th st. n.w.. Tuesday. February 19. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. • AI'GI’SXVS. On Sunday. February 17. 1929. at his residence. Landover, Md.. AUGUSTUS BOWIE, husband of the late Caroline Bowie and lather of Charles E. Bowie, brother of Hester Payne and father-in-law of Martha Bowie. He also leaves three nephews, seven nieces and four grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, February 20. at 1:30 p.m.. at Dent’s chapel. Biadensburg. Md. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Ga. ave. n.w. , BRABHAM, SARAH. On Sunday, February j 17. 1029. SARAH BRABHAM. Funeral from the S. tl. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Notice ol time later. Interment Leesourg. Va. BROOKS. MARY. Departed this life Satur day. February 16. 1929. at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. MARY BROOKS, daughter of the late Osborne and Henrietta Holland. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Funeral Tuesday. February 19, at 2 p.m.. from the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 2222 Ga. ave. n.w.. Rev. Toomrr ofUciating. Relatives and friends invited, invited. BROWN, KATE V. On Sunday. February 17. 1929, at her residence, 3224 Prospect ave. n.w., Mrs. KATE V. BSOA'N, beloved wife of Eugene Brown, devoted mother of Mrs. Camille D Hall. Charles F. Brown and Mrs. Alice B. Jloorman. Notice of funeral hereafter Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. West End funeral par lors, 28th and Dumbarton ave. n.w. CHRISTIAN. SI'SIE E. Departed this life Saturday. February 16, 1929. at 8 p.m.. at Providence Hospital. SUSIE E. CHRIS TIAN, sister of Charles F Walsh. Funeral Tuesday. February 19. at 2 p.m, from Thomas H. Nalley's Son. William J. Nal ley. funeral parlors. 522 Bth st. s.e. * DAVIS. NANCY C. On Monday, February 18. 1929. NANCY C. DAVIS, widow of Bush R. Davis, aged 64 years. Funeral Irom residence cf her daughter. 142 Anacostia rd s.e.. Wednesday, February 20. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 19 DUVALL. BERNARD P. On Sunday. Feb ruary 17. 1929. BERNARD P.. beloved hus band ot Ida C. Duvall (nee Dyer), son of the late Harry and Sophie Duvall, and devoted brother of John. Robert. Laren cene aim Frank Duvall. Funeral from St. Augustine's Church Thursday. February 21. at 10 am. High mass. Relatives and tnends invited. 20* EASKY-SMITH. See SMITH. MARY A. • EDWARDS. FRED. Departed this life Sat urday. February lti. 1929. at Tuberculosis Hospital. FRED EDWARDS. He leaves to mourn tluir loss a wife. Carry Edwards; one son. Milton Edwards: one daughter. Marie Fortune: one daughter-in-law, Loreua Edwards, and a host of other rela tives and friends. Funeral Tuesday. Feb ruary 19. at 1 p.m., from Geo. E. Clarke Co. funeral chapel. 1416-18 Florida ave. n.e. Interment Payne's Cemetery. ELLIOTT.* HENRY P. February 17. 1929. at 4:45 p.m . HENRY P. ELLIOTT. 1230 E st. s.e. Services at the funeral home of H. M. Padgett, 131 11th st. s.e.. Tuesday. Feb ruary 19. Friends and relatives invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. • ETKA. CLARA. On February 17. 1929. at Pasadena. Call! . alter a long illness. CLARA ETKA. sister of Dr. H. R. Street. FITZGIBBON, ARTHUR 1,. A special com muniration of William R. Singleton Lodge, No. 30. F. A. and A. M., Is called for Tues day, February 19, 1929, at 1 p.m., for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, ARTHUR L. FITZGIBBON, who died February 7 at Van Horn. Tex. Interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery at 2:30 pm. Tuesday. February 19. THOMAS A. BUTT. W. M. C. E SCHOFNHALE, See. 18 GREEN. ANDREW J. On Saturday. Febru ary 16, 1929. ANDREW J . father of George W. and brother of Wesley L. Green. Fu neral from William J. Nalley's funeral pallors Monday. February 18. at 7:30 p.m. Interment Rollins' Fork. Va . Tuesday. February 19. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and lriends invited. * HALL. EDWARD. Departed this life Febru- | ! ary 16. 1929, FDWARD HALL, of Atlantic t I City. N. J. lie was the sou of the late | John H. and Grace E. Hull, brother of Daniel, Grace Hall and Beatrice Hall ! Davis. His remains will be at 1764 You st. n.w. Notice of funeral hereafter. (New York. Philadelphia and Atlantic City | papers please copy.) * HARPER. LUCY. On Sunday. February 17, 1929, at the residence of her son-in-law. Rev. J. Bowles. LUCY HARPER Funeral Tuesday. February 19. at 1 p.m . from Rock Crpek Church. Interment River Road Cemetery. • Beatfjs. 'harper. LUCY. The White Tabernacle No 39. announces the death of Mrs. LUCY HARPER. Funeral Tuesday. February 19. > 1939. at 1 p m . from Rock Creek Bapti.. Church. Rev. W. A. Jones pastor. ED. FRAZIER, W. S. S. V. DENMAN. R. S. IIAVENNER. MARY ELLAN. On Baturdsv February 18. 1929. at her residence. 16U Good Hope rd. a.e.. MARY ELLAN. beloved wife of the late Walter Henry Havenn.-r inee Carter'. Funeral from above resi dence on Tuesday. February 19. at 8.20 am. Mass at St. Teresas Church. 13th and V sts. s.e., at 9 am. Relatives and friepds Invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 18 HAWKINS. PINKEY. Suddenly. Sunday. February 17, 1929, PINKEY HAWKINS, mother-in-law of Annie Johnson and grandmother of Della Bradley, Margaret Galo. Annie Scott. Henry Johnson* Thomas Johnson and Benjamin Johnson. Funeral Irom Grice's chapel. 12th and R sts. n.w., Tuesday. February 19. at 1:30 p.m. • JEFFERSON. WALTER. On Friday. Febru ary IS. 1929. at Galllnger Hospital. WAL TER JEFFERSON, son of Hattie Jefferson, husband of Elizabeth Jefferson and father of Orace Oalloway. He also leaves five sisters and two brothers. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Ga. ave. n.w. Funeral Tuesday. Feb ruary 19, at 1 p m., from the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 2222 Ga. ave. n.w. JOHNSON. JOSEPHINE. Departed this life February 18. 1929, JOSEPHINE JOHNSON, devoted wife of John A. Johnson. Re mains resting temporarily at Robert Campbell's funeral parlor, 423 4'» st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. LONG. FREDERICK C. On Sunday. Feb ruary 17. 1929. at Sibley Memorial Hos pital. FREDERICK C.. beloved husband of the late Mary E. Long (nee Mulvihille) and father of Mary E. Carson and William H. Long. Funeral from the residence of his sister. Mrs. Walter Forsythe. 3425 37th st. no. (Mount Rainier. Md.). at 2 p.m. Wednesday. February 20. Interment at Prospect Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends Invited. 19 LOWER. HENRY EASTMAN. On Sunday, February 17, 1929. at the home of his sis ter. Mrs. George H. Milne. 9411 Columbia blvd., Noith Woodside. Md.. HENRY EASTMAN LOWER Remains resting at Hysong's funeral home. 1300 N st. n.w. Funeral service at Lake View Cemetery chapel, Cleveland. Ohio, February 19, at 10.30 a.m. LYLE. LOUISE. On Saturday. February 16. 1929. In the 75th year of her age, LOUISE LYLE (nee Donaldson), widow of the late Charles H. Wilhelm of Baltimore. Md. Fu neral Irom the W. W. Chambers' funeral home, 14th arid Chapin sts. n.w., on Tues day. February 19. at 10 a.m. Interment (private) Druid Ridge Cemetery. Balti more. Md. (Baltimore papers please copy.) MASON, MAMIE. Departed this life Sun day, February 17, 1929. at the Tuberculosis Hospital. MAMIE MASON, devoted daugh ter of the late Guss Mason and Liza Mason. She leaves to mourn three sisters, two brothers, four nephews and three nieces and a host of other rela tives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Body at rest at John T. Stewart s under taking shop, 30 H st. n.e. * McMAHON. ANNA E. On Saturday, Febru ary 16. 1929. at her residence, 518 22nd st. n.w, ANNA E. McMAHON <nce Nevel), widow of the late John J. McMahon and beloved mother of Margaret V. Goodman and Joseph F. and James E. McMahon. Funeral Irom above residence Tuesday. February 19. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Stephen s Church at 9 a.m. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. * McMAHON, TERRY J. Suddenly, on Friday, February 15. 1929, at New Rochelle, N. Y., TERRY J . the beloved son ol the late Terrence F. and Kate McMahon of 622 Rock Creek Church rd. n.w. Funeral from above residence Tuesday, February .19. at 9 oclock. High requiem mass at St. Gabriel s Chuich at 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives anu frienos invited. 18 MILLER. WASHINGTON M. Suddenly on Saturday. February 16. 1929, at hia daugh ter s residence, Mrs. Jessie M. Harry, 4J07 Howard st., Tenleytown. D. C. Funeral on Tuesday. February 19, at 2 p.m., from the Neaisville Church. Nealsville. Md. Inter- I ment at Nealsville Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. (Montgomery County, Md., papers please tcopy.) 18 ! MOSS. LUCY A. Suddenly, on Sunday, Feb ruary 17. 1929. at 8 a.m.. at the residence i>l her daughter. 236 O st. n.w., LUCY A. MOSS, the beloved wife ol Richard Moss of Spotsylvania. Va.. and loving mother of Ciaire. Spurgeon, Ira. Alton, Rev. David W. Moss. Airs. Egara Taylor. Mrs. Lucy , mown. Mrs. Emma Tolson and Mrs. Car lene Austin. She is also survived by one sister. Mrs. Anianda Coleman. Short serv ices at 236 O st. n.w,. Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Relatives and lriends in vited. Interment at Spotsylvania, Va.. oa Thursday. February 21. (New York and Philadelphia papers please copy.) • MINDY. HOWARD J. Departed this life suddenly. Friday. February 15, 1929. at 9.30 oclock pin.. HOWARD J. MUNDY, the beloved son of Eliza and the late Wil liam H. MuuUy. brother of Edward T.. William H., Andrew L. and Adelena Mundy. Funeral services at his late resi dence, 334 Elm st. n.w., Tuesday. Feb ruary 19. at 2 o'clock. Friends invited. (Richmond. Va.. and Philadelphia papers please copy.) * MURPHY. ANNIE. On Saturday February 16. 1929. ANNIE, daughter of the late jonn and Ann Murpny, aged 69 years. Funeral on Tuesday, February 19, irom the chapel ol T. F. Costello. 1724 North Capitol st.. at 9 o'clock. Mass at St. Joseph s Cnurch, 2nd and C n.e.. at 9:30. Interment in Moflnt Olivet Cemetery. Ueiat.ves ana frieuas invited to attend. • MICRS. FANNIE B. Departed this life Sat urday. F’ebruary 16. 1929. FANNIE B. MYERS, beloveu wife of William A. Myers. A loving daughter survives her. She was s.stei of Mrs. Jusepn Sampson and Mrs. Sarah Martin and niece of William Childs, Julian uacicett and John Hackett. Fu neral Tuesday, F’ebruary 19, 1.30 P.m., 1229 T st. n.w. Relatives and lriends in vited. 18’ , PARKER. IRENE HAYMAN. Departed this life Sunuay. F’ebruary 17. li/29, at 8:30 p in., utter a lingering illness, which she core with Christian fortitude. fRENci HAYMAN PARKER, daugnter of the lata base well and Ann Fitzhugh. sister of me lute wiary A. Traynham. Lizzie Biilla.u. Wilson and Isaac Fitzhugh. She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted nusoanu. Josepn V. Parker; one sister and brother. Rose Heomaii Lucas and George Fuznugn; me nephews and one niece and one step daughter. Remains at Frazier's new fu neral home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w., until Tuesday. February 19, alter which tney will be at her late residence, 18 N st. n.w. Funeral Wednesday. February 20. at 1 p.m., from Mount Airy Baptist Church. L st. bet. Ist and North Capitol sts. Rev. H. A. Tyler officiating, witeiment Kalis Church. Va. 19 PATTERSON. MARGARET B. On Sunday. February 17. 1929. MARGARET B. PAT TEP.SON, aged 68 years, widow ol the late Mai. John S. Patterson. Funeral from the chapei ol George W. Wise Co., un dertakers. 2900 M st. n.w., on Wednesday, F’ebruary 20. at 11 o'clock a.m. Relatives and friends invited- Interment at Arling ton National Cemetery. 19 PETERSON. MAGGIE R. Departed this life Sunday. February 17. 1929, at 12:40 a.m.. at FTeeumen s Hospital. MAGGIE R. PETERSON, beloved mother of George William Pe.ersou and Biaxton A. Hunni cult. Remains may be viewed after 4 p.m. Tuesday. February 19. at the residence of her son. 1002 Kenyon st. n.w. Funeral Wednesday. February 20. at l p.m.. Irom Zion Baptist Chuich. Rev. W. L. Washing ton officiating. PETERSON. MAGGIE R. Departed this life Sunday, p’ebi'uuiy 17. 1929. at Freedmen s Hospital. MAGGIE R. PETERSON, widow of Thomas Peterson, beloved mother of George W. Peterson and Braxton A. Hun nici.tt. sister of George M. Payne. William I) Payne and the late Lulu Payne Hunt. Remains temporarily resting at the John T Rhmes funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. RUSSELL. J. TOWNSEND. On Monday. Feoruary 18, 1929. at his residence. 3560 I Woodley rd n.w . J. TOWNSEND RUS SELL. D. D.. canon of Washington Ca thedral. beloved husband of Anna E. Russell and father of J. Townsend Russell, ir Services in Betnlenem Chapel. Wash ington Cathedral, on Wednesday. January 20. at 11 a.m. Interment private. 19 SERRIN. CHARLES W. On Friday. Febru ary 15. 1929. at the residence of his niece. Mrs. Florence P. Thompson. 4505 Conduit rd . CHARLES W.. beloved son of the late William D. and Sarah A. Serrin. Funerji from the above residence on Tuesday, Feb luary 19. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem high mass Holy Trinity Church at 9.15 a.m Relatives and friends invited. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 18 SMITH. MARY A. On February 16. 1929. at Miami. Fla.. MARY A. SMITH (born Mary A Easby-Smtth. a native of Washington', widow of Milton E. Smith, in her ,4th year. Funeral from her late residence. 3113 12tii st n.e . Brookland. Tuesday. February 19, at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass St Anthony’s Church. Brookland. at 10 a.i'n. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. • SMITH. MARY A. The Catholic Daughters of America announce the death ofa be loved member. Mrs. MARY A. SMITH. They will assemble for pruyer at the fam ily residence. 3113 12th st. n.e., Monday evening. February 18. at 8 p.m. MARY C. BOLAND. Grand Regent. MARIE CREAHEN. Financial Secretary. SWIGGETT, JAMES 11. Departed this life February 15. 1929. at 6:20 am., at 51 Quincy Pi nw‘. JAMES II SWIGGETT. beloved brother of A. T. Swiggett. He leaves to mourn their loss four children. James Swiggett. .ir.: Misses Margaret. Mil dred and Anna Swiggett. and a loving sls ter-in-law. Mrs. Cora Swiggett. Remains resting at Frazier's funeral home. 389 Rhode Island ave. Funeral services Tues day. February 19. at 1 P m.. at Galbraith A M. E. Zion Church. 6th st. bet. L and M sts- n.w. Relatives and friends invited. THOMAS. BENJAMIN. On Sunday. February 17, 1929. at 9:30 pm., at his residence. t>o6 K st. n.w . BENJAMIN THOMAS, devoted husband of Annie Thomas and father of John Thomas. Funeral Wednesday. Feb ruary 20. at 2:30 p.m.. from the W. Ernest Jatvis Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Ga. ave. n.w. THOMAS. CLARA JOSEPHINE. On Sunday. February 17. 1929, at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. J. M. Parker. 2215 Ist st. n.w.. CLARA JOSEPHINE, widow of Wil liam Thomas. Funetal service at the above address Monday evening. F’ebruary 18. at 7:30 o'clock Interment at Hatboro. Pa. THOMAS. RANSOM. Suddenly, on Sunday, February 17. 1929, at 5 am., at his resi dence. 637 Morton st. n.w., RANSOM THOMAS, beloved husband of Mattie Thomas and father of Carl Thomas. Re mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. West End funeral parlors. Funeral Tues day. February 19, at 1 o'clock, from the First Baptist Church. 27th and Dumbarton ave. n.w. Rev. James L. Plnn officiating. Interment Monroe, Ga. THOMPSON. MINETTE. On Sunday. Feb ruary 17. 1329. at 9.15 p.m.. after a long Illness, st her residence. Apt. 118, the On tario. MINETTE THOMP3ON. Funeral from the r-xid-iice of Mr. and Mrs. Pe’er Q. Nyc”. 170') Vnrnum st. n.w., on Tues ' ’ at 2 p.m. Interment Q&Jc. Hill Cemetery. , ! o*altps. WRIGHT. GEORGE. Suddenly, on Satur day. February 16. 1929. at 11:43 p.m , at his residence. 1313 R at. n.w.. OEOROS WRIGHT, beloved husband of the lete Vic toria Towner Wright, who passed awsy on i Wednesday, February 13. 1929. Funeral Wednesday. February 20. at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends Invited. 19 • RIGHT, GEORGE. A special communica tion of St. John's Lodge, No. 11, F. A. A. M . will be held Wednesday, February 20. 1929. at 1 o'clock p.m . for the pur pose of attending the funeral of our late brother. Past Master OEOROE WRIGHT STANLEY D. WILLIS, Master. 19 WRIGHT. JAMES GAI.VESTER. Departed this life on Sunday. February 17. 1929. at 1 30 am , JAMES GALVESTER, beloved i son of R. V. Turner. Funeral Tuesday. February 19. at It am., from the W Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Ga. ave. n.w. lii iflemnrtam. ALLEN. LUCINDA. In loving remembrance of my dear mother. LUCINDA ALLEN, who died two years ago today. February 18. 1927. Dear mama. I am picturing you today In loving memory, just as 1 saw you iast. DAUGHTER. ANNIE SLATER CRAWFORD. ELITE, in sad but loving re membrance of our dear mother, who de parted this life just five years ago today. February 18. 1924 Dearest mother, how we miss you. Since from earth you passed away. And our hearts are aching sadly. As we think of you today. WILL AND YOUR CHILDREN. • HANS BORO UGH. REUBEN. In sad but lov ing remembrance of our dear husband and father, who departed this life eleven years ago today. Sleep on. .dear father. DEVOTED Wire AND CHILDREN. • HOGSETT. SARA E. In everlasting memory of* beloved wife and devoted mother, SARA E. HOGSETT HAROLD AND FANCHON. • LANGLEY. FREDERICKJW. In sad and lov ing remembrance of our dear son and brother. FREDERICK M. LANGLEY, who 1928 ° n * ,oar “ 80 today ’ February 18. February the 18th again Is here. To us the saddest of the year. Because, dear Fred, you went away vesr fl *° today. HIS LOVING MOTHER AND SISTERS • LANGLEY. FREDERICK M. In sad but lov in* remembrance of our dear husband and father. FREDERICK M. LANGLEY, who 1 ruS?^ te iß t 192« ,e ° ne ,ear today ’ Peb ' A happy home we once enjoyed— How sweet the memory still— But death has left a loneliness That the world can never fill. You smiled vour whole life th-ough. And smiled through years of pain. 1 You were loved by all who knew you • And too good to let remain. I HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND SON. • • LANGLEY. FREDRICK M. In sad but loving r°membrance of mv dear brother-in-law. **• BANGLEY, who departed 1923 Ife ° ne year ago today - February I*. The one I love has gone to rest. ■ His firm, true heart is still: i The hand that always gave me help 1 Now lies in death's cold chill. LOVING SISTER-TN-LAW. HELENA. • : MeHUGH. KATHARINE MOORE. In »ad re membrance of our beloved one. KATH ARINE MOORE MeHUGH, who departed 1928 ° ne yeßr 880 today ’ February 18, | The golden gates flew open, A gentle votge said. “Come." i With farewell unspoken, t She calmly entered home. DEVOTED FAMILY. • MUCH. ADA E. . In sad but loving remem, 1 brance of my deaT mother. ADA E. MUCH, who departed this life four years ago to i day, February 18. 1925. ; Dear mother. It matters not which road we take, ‘ How dark or lonely It may be: We know that God will somewhere join The roaj that leads to thee. ' HER LOVING DAUOHTER ETHEL. • SMITH. NANCY E. Sacred to the memory of our dear mother. NANCY E. SMITH, who died thirteen years ago today. Feb ruary 18. 1916. i To live in the hearts of those we love Is not to die HER CHILDREN. I TURNER. BENJAMIN F. In loving remem brance of our devoted husband and father. BENJAMIN F. TURNER, who passed away two years ago today. February 18. 1927. So sad. so sudden was the caU His sudden death was a shock to all; But God In His Wisdom knew best. So He took him home to rest. HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND DAUOHTER. • WEST. ANNA M. A tribute of love to the memory of my dear aunt. ANNA M WEST, who left me 10 years ago today. February 18. 1919. Deep in my heart you are fondly remem i bered. LOVING NIECE. BERTHA TATE. • WILLIAMS. FATTIE. In loving remembrance of my dear mother. PATTIE WILLIAMS. ' who passed away six years ago today. February 18. 1923. [ Dear mother, how I miss you. Since from earth you passed away. ; And my heart is aching sadly [ As I think of you today. Loving and kind in all her ways." 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