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—OF THE— Furniture business OUR / *IOO,OOO STOCK \ ““y Furniture J \Sacrificed/ We are closing out our furniture business because we are going to devote our entire time to the businesses which we established in 1891 which requires all our time . . . namely, interior and exterior paint ing, paperhanging, upholstering, draperies, laces, refinishing furniture, and decorating. . # , In this closing out sale we offer you choice of fine furni ture ... rugs ... lamps ... lamp shades .. . mirrors and pictures, etc. We want to emphasize the fact that in this sale we are only offer ing the choicest merchandise ... the kinds you want in your home. It has style, quality and value to recommend it. COME TOMORROW TO THIS SALE . . . PREPARE TO SEE MOST EXTRAORDINARY VALUES. . . . AND WE FEEL SURE THAT WHEN YOU DO SEE THE STOCK, YOU WILL FIND IT MORE THAN WORTH YOUR WHILE TO PURCHASE THE THINGS YOU NEED. All Sales for Cash—No Refunds , No Exchanges GEORGE PUTT CO., Inc. 718 13th St N.W. uflutt about your w HOT WATER service 9 5-' « I the washwoman? Do you always get a bath when you want it, and as hot as you 1 want ,it? Aren’t you tired of heating pWilasJyl water on the stove or of fussing with your old-fashioned heater that is so expensive i to operate and so much trouble? m i. Come in and see the latest Ruud, Pittsburg or Loveko Automatic Gas Water Heaters. Give your home the hot-water service that you have always wanted. Nothing to do but turn the faucet and im- I ‘ mediately ytm have an abundance of clean hot water IGSjgk. // // S at your command. I ! There is a model that is specially adapted to your particular requirements. We will be glad to tell you V the advantages of automatic gas heated water over the old fashioned method. Come in today and let ILjwbESSBjIi us show you the model that is suited for your home. Convenient terms are available payable monthly with ( a your gas bill. \ We Will Make You a Liberal Allowance for Your Old Water Heating Equipment Phone or Write-—Our Representative Will Call WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT CO. NEW BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Washington Salesrooms MAIN Georgetown Salesrooms 419 Tenth St. N.W. 8280 ' Wisconsin & Dumbarton Aves. GAS APPLIANCE HEADQUARTERS or your registered plumber—Terms are available, Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D, C- THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1929.' DR. A. C. TRUE BURIAL WILL BE IN NEW YORK Funeral of Scientist Held Here This Afternoon at Foundry M. £. Church. Funeral services for Dr. Alfred Charles True, 70 years old, prominent scientist of the Department of Agri culture. who died at Sibley Hospital Tuesday night, were conducted in Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church this afternoon at 2 o’clock. Rev. Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, pastor, offi ciated. The body was taken to Flush ing, N. Y„ for burial there tomorrow. Honorary pallbearers were as fol lows: Dr. E. W. Allen and S. A. Merrill, representing the Department of Agri culture; Dr. Frank W. Collier, repre senting American University; Dr. W. F. Eichelberger and Coulter Wells, repre senting Foundry Methodist Episcopal ! Church, and William L. Clarke, repre senting Wesleyan University. Dr. True had been associated with ; the Department of Agriculture for the last 40 years and had takwi a promi nent part in scientific research con ducted by the department. • ■'.... e Royal Pair Visits Queen. SANDRINGHAM, England, April 25 (4>).—Crown Prince Olaf of Norway and his bride arrived here yesterday as guests of his mother, who is staying at Appleton House, her Sandringham residence. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT FINE MEN'S WEAR EISEMAN’S—7th & F I W. WARREN TALTAVULL Funeral Home 3619 14th St. N.W. Corner Spring Road j Col. 464 Phones Adams 10341 DOCTORS Recommend C Undertaker HAMBERJ Private AMBULANCES Local Calls, $4 Low Cost Out of Town Phone Columbia 432 ’\ "Mothety why kaveu’l we a piano?” YOU know what pride your little girl takes in her parents and her home. How she likes to brag, “My mother’s the prettiest mother there is!’ ’ Natur ally, she’s going to feel hurt and ashamed if her playmates can say, tauntingly: “We’ve got something you haven’t got; we’ve got a piano.” Or if she notices that tiie neighbor’s piano is nice and new-looking and shiny, while her own is clumsily old-fashioned. A new Knabe Mignonette Grand is an instrument } which both you and the children will be proud of. Its handsome appearance, as well as its glorious music, quickly arouses admiration. It will enrich your living room, give your youngsters every encourage ment to develop their musical taleht, provide many gay evenings of home entertainment. THE KNABE PIANO Ofldel piano of Ac Metropolitan Opera Company. $875 np Drop in today and hear the magnificent tone of the Knabe in the new Mignonette model, so small and dainty that it measures only 5* 3”. In richly grained mahogany, $1375. With the Ampico, the supreme reproducing instrument, $2495. Prices subject to a nominal charge for transportation. <% *l37™ dou,n t yean for the balance. A generous allowance for your old piano. Homer L. Kitt Co -1330 G Street Here you will find America's foremost pianos—at prices • to fit every income —in models'to suit every home . KNABE —FISCHER PIANOS Rites for Scientist / il > * DR. ALFRED C. TRUE. MRS. DAVIS IS BURIED. Funeral Services Are Held for School Principal. Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Gale Davis, 73. principal of the Rhythmic Training School. 1850 Wyoming avenue, who died at her residence Tuesday, were conducted in Hysong’s funeral home, 1300 N street, this afternoon at 2 o’clock. Interment was In Qlenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Davis' death was due to a heart attack. Besides being principal of the Rhythmic Training School, Mrs. Davis conducted a primary school for young children. She became principal of the Rhythmic Training School in 1911, fol lowing the death of her sister, the late Lucy Barber Gale, founder of the school. Mrs. Davis is survived by a sister, Mrs. G. M. Dividson of Rutherford, N. J. Births Reported. The following birth* have been reported to the Health Department in the last 24 hoots: .lames and Mary 6mith. girl. Rayr.er A. and A. Louise Montgomery, girl. Frank 8 and Gussie M. Ferrell, girl Laurence R. and Mary E Murray, girl. Philip S. and Edith Potter, girl. Gregory and Mary Barbell*, girl. George F. and Rets F. Burns, girl. Gilbert C. and Camilla M Waldrop, girl. Joseph C. and Merle E. Keen*, slrl. Charles B and Viola V. Weaver, girl. John G. and Dorothv E Forsyth, girl. Ralph M. and Amalia Simpson, boy. Walter J. and Gertrude E Cronin, boy. John A. and Isabel Guyan. boy. Vitus C and Agnes C. Dahl. boy. Edward D. and Ruth M. Gordon, bey. Charles P. and Hilda N. Henry, boy. William G. *nd Nellie Gabrlletto, boy. Samuel F. and Viola E Bowers, boy. Ansos B and Ellen Rollins, boy. Ritfhard L, and Beulah C Hunter, toy. Samuel N. and Fannie Lichens, boy. Harry K. and Nellie R. E. Rinker, boy. James H and Margaret E. Barnes, boy. Evere*t T. and Mary Steed, boy. Francis A. and Florence G Spicer, boy. Arthur and Daisy Byrd. girl. Scott and Sarah Collins, girl. Luchus and Sarah Barnett, girl. Willie and Leuvenia Gomlllion, girL Cordell and Martha Wells, boy. Edgar M. and Hattie Robbins, boy. William V. and Emm* Yates, girl. Calvin and Ruth J. Parker, girl. James E and Margaret E. Dyer, girl. Boss and Margaret Miles, boy. Btephen H. and Ruth Slaughter, boy. John H. and Mary M. Thomas, boy. THE- WEATHER | | District of Columbia—Showers and probably thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight, followed by mostly fair and cooler tomorrow; strong southwest winds, possibly gales at times, shifting to northwest. Maryland—Rain tonight and possihly tomorrow morning; cooler tomorrow ana , In west portion tonight; strong south west winds and gales, shifting to north west. Virginia Showers and probably thunderstorms this afternoon and to night; tomorrow fair; cooler tomorrow and in west portion tonight: strong southwest winds and gales, shifting to northwest. West Virginia—Cloudy, with rain to- i night and possibly in north portion to morrow; cooler; strong southwest shift ing to northwest winds. « Records for 21 Hours. Thermometer—4 p.m., 72; 8 p.m., 68; 12 midnight, 60; 4 a.m., 60; 8 a.m., 61; noon, 59. Barometer—4 p.m., 30.03; 8 p.m., 30.00; 12 midnight, 29.94; 4 a.m.. 29.86; j 8 a.m., 29.81; noon, 29.70. Highest temperature, 75, obcurred at 5 p.m. yesterday. Lowest temperature, 59, occurred at 6 a.m. today. Temperature same date last year— Highest,* 57; lowest, 43. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today—Low tide, 3:24 a.m. and 3:58 p.m.; high tide, 9:05 a m. and 9:32 p.m. Tomorrow—Low tide, 4:04 a.m. and 4:39 p.m.; high tide, 9:43 a.m. and 10:11 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today—Sun rose 5:19 a.m.; cun sets 6:54 p.m. Tomorrow’ —Sun rises 5:17 a.m.; sun' sets 6:55 p.m. Moon rises 8:56 p.m.: sets 6:12 a.m. Automobile lamps to be lighted one half hour after sunset. Condition of the Water. Great Falls—Slightly muddy. Weather In Various Cities. ffl Temperature “to S * S £2- © ~~ Tl o 5? J 5 £* £-3 Pr* 5. 2? s 2 Weather. Station*. » £■£ «•* ° :*r „ " ;j : B Abilene, Tex...30.C2 86 48 .... Clear Albany, N. Y... 29 82 66 48 .. . Rain Atlanta. Ga 29 73 74 60 1.30 Ram Atlantic City... 29 92 56 50 ....Cloudy Baltimore, Md.. 29 82 74 56 .... Cloudy Birmingham ...29.72 74 62 2.12 Cloudy Bismarck. N. D. 30.12 50 30 ....Clear Boston. Mass... 29 88 68 52 .... Cloudy Buffalo. N. Y... 29 60 62 46 014 Pam Charleston. 5C.29 96 72 66 ... Rain Chicago. 11l . . .29 28 60 50 040 Cloudy Cincinnati. Ohio 29 44 74 60 002 Cloudy Cle/eland. Ohio. 29 46 64 52 0.04 Rain Columbia. S. C. 29 90 76 60 006 Rain Denver. C 010... 30,28 42 28 0.15 Pt. cloudy Detroit, Mich... 29 42 62 43 0.38 Rain El Paso. Tex... 29.96 72 48 ...Clear Galveston. Tex. 29.88 73 72 0.01 Pt cloudy Helena. Mont. . 30.26 40 22 .... Clear Huron. S. Dak 29 9 4 48 3 6 0.58 Clear Indianapolis.lnd 29 42 74 58 0.12 Fain Jacksonville,Fla. 29 96 76 68 . . . Cloudy Kansas City.Mo 29 40 60 43 0.38 Cloudy Los Angeles. ... 30.00 64 52 .... Cloudy Louisville. Ky.. 29.46 76 64 ...Cloudy Miami. Fla 30.04 80 76 0.06 Clear New Orleans... 29.82 73 74 ....Cloudy New York, NY.29 88 62 52 .... Pain Oklahoma City. 29.84 82 48 001 Pt cloudy Omaha. Nebr.,29 50 68 46 0.20 Rain Philadelphia. Pa. 29 86 68 54 ....Cloudy Phoenix. Aria... 29.88 8« 56 .... Cloudy Pittsburgh. Pa. 29 62 70 58 ....Rain Portland. Me... 29.99 66 40 Cloudy Portland. Ores. .30 24 72 48 Clear Raleigh. N. C . 29.90 72 56 .... Cloudy Salt Lake City. 30 in 44 40 018 cloudy San Antonio. 29 92 74 60 0.01 Clear San Diego. Calil 29 93 64 56 Rain San Francisco.. 30 02 62 46 .... Cloudy St. Louis. Me.. 22 32 72 80 010 Clear St Paul, Minn.. 29 62 52 S 3 0.30 Cloudy Seattle. Wash .. 30.23 64 43 Cloudy Spokane. Wash. 30.24 62 34 .... Clear WASH., D. C... 29.81 75 60 .... Cloudy foreign. (7 a.m., Greenwich time, today.) Temperature. Weather. London. England 23 Part cloudy Paris France 47 Cloudy Vienna. Austria 44 Clear Stockholm. Sweden 26 Pain Gibraltar. Spain 60 Part cloudy (Noon. Greenwich tim». today ' Horta (Fayal), Azores .. 60 Part cloudy (Current observa’mns.' Hamilton, Bermuda 66 Part cloudy ; San Juan. Porto Rico.... 78 Part cloudy Havana. Cuba 74 Clear Colon, Canal Zone 82 Cloudy Scrambled Conversation. - For the purpose of commercially using the radio for the exchange of business messages, it is necessary that the con versation should be protected in some way so that it may not be picked up by others than these for wfyom it is in tended, and this has been practically arrived at by a system which makes a message entirely unintelligible to any j but those whose receivers are attuned to act in harmony with the sending ap paratus. To the unauthorized listener in the words are a scrambled mess of sounds without any meaning w’hatever. —■■■■' ■ -t Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: Oren L. Lentz. 22. and Leah M. Martin, 18: Rev Harvey B. Smith. Richard Brown. 20. and Wilhelmina I Schwarzman. 20: Rev. Thomas E. Boorde. Hal C. Loop. 35, this city, and Gladys L. Mooney, 28, Knoxville, Tenn.; Rev. A. R. Bird. Samuel Sullivan. 24. and Lula Whitby, 23: Rev Shelton Miller. Hallle D Burgess. 22. W’arrenton. Va . and Grace E. Payne, 22. this city: Rev. C. B. Austin. _ . Alvin I. Malstrom. 29, Pensacola. Fla,, and Carol L. Moore. 27. Honolulu. Hawaii; Rev. George C. F Bratenahl. Shirley Hutchinson, 23. and Geraldine Williams. 24: Rev. W. Westray. Frank J. Cooney. 45. and Louise Oyler, 38: Rev. John E Briggs. Ashton E Phillips. 27, and Myrtle B. Pear son. 22: Rev. BenJam’n G. Wilkinson. James S. Tate, 28, Bedford, Va., and Edna R. Colmar,, 25. this city; Rev. J. Harvey Dunham. William W. Roche. 26. Clarendon, Va.. and Ellen B. Younger, 20. this city; Rev. George F. Dudley. John N. Silke. 35. Newtonville. Mass., and Myrtle C. Ingram. 30. Augusta, Ga.; Rev. Edward L. Buckey. _ „ .. George C. Baynes. 38. and Mary M. Nelli- I ran. 56: Rev. J. Manley Cobb. , Walter Young, 39, and Mary E. Colbert, 30: Rev. Charles H. Fox. Raymond Johnson. 21. and Alberta Lewis. ; 19: Rev. D. E. Wiseman. Allan C Immich. 22. and Laura V. White. 15, both of Takoma Park. Md.; Rev. Samuel F. Rosso. LOST. BABY CARRIAGE, tan. nickel trimmings, rubber-tired artillery wheels: carriage robe and pillow in carriage. Reward. 1603 You st. n.w„ Apt. 38 Pot. 2634. BANJO, left on Wisconsin ave. car Wednes day afternoon. Return to 1014 Conn. ave. Phone Franklin 21. Reward. BARPIN. white-gold, about three Inches long, small diamond in center. Return to lost and found dept.. Mayflower Hotel. Reward. CAMEO PIN. old-fashioned: near 14th and IT sts. Reward. North 1420. COAT, girls, blue and white linen, con taining 2 teeth retainers, vicinity Miss Madeira's School. Generous reward. Clev. 1224. EYEGLASSES. In black case marked “Frank lin & Co., 1329 F st. r,.w.. Wash., D. C.”; lost on Defense Highway Tuesday night. Re ward. Notify K. V. Lawman, 3412 14th st. n.w. EYEGLASSES, tortoise-shell. In tan case, marked Teunis Bros. Reward. 2301 Cathe dral ave.. Apt. 106. Col. 4329. FOX TERRIER, male: Wednesday morning; white, with black spots, black head; re sponds to name Lindy. 1347 Perry pi. n.w. Adams 10046. GOLD SNUFF BOX—Small oblong box: enamel and stones on top: with Oriental monogram SIOO reward and no questions asked. Address Box 380-R. Star office. HAT, tan, visea straw, Kennedy st. at 7th or Ga. ave. Reward. Call Ga. 2394-J. 27- PlN—Eastern Star, star in center, sur rounded by diamonds and pearls, with gavel. Liberal reward. Phone Adams 8945. POCKETBOOK. black, patent leather, con taining dance tickets, money and other val uable articles. Phone Clev. 5151-J. POODLE DOG, white, elipped, black spot under left eye; name Cutesy: tag No. 10871. Reward. Decatur 2460. 1015 Jackson st. n.e. PUPPY. German Police, about 9 months old, * on Wednesday, April 24. in vicinity of For est Hills and Rock Creek Park. Liberal reward if returned to 4536 28th st. or phone Clev. >173. PUPPY,’ black Airedale, brown legs, face. Tuesday, Battery Park. Md. Telephone Brad ley 436. Call 110 Delray ave. Reward. • SPECTACLES, horn; between 14th and Eye and 4428 Reservoir road. Call Beach, Main , 4650. branch 108. 20* TERRIER, wire-haired, white with brown spots on head:' in Rock Creek Park. March 29, Reward. Call Cleve. 828. 28* WRIST WATCH, lady's, rectangular, white told filled, set with Imitation diamonds and | sapphires. Reward. Lincoln 2991. , SIOO REWARD —for the return to Nichols Co., 628 Bond I Bldg., of a sliver fox "fur lost on April 17th between the White House and Willard Hotel. GOOD WILL SPEAK ' TO WAR MOTHERS Accepts Invitation to Give Address at Fifth Annual Ceremonies May 12. Secretary of War Good has accepted the Invitation of Mrs. Thomas Spence of Milwaukee, national president of the American War Motners, to deliver the address at the fifth annual Mothers' day ceremonies at the Arlington Amphitheater Sunday afternoon Mav 12. The ceremonies are being held jointly under auspices of the American War Mothers and the Congressional Club. Mothers from many States will come on their annual pilgrimage to take part in the exercises at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The program is being prepared under Mrs. Thomas Spence, general chairman I of arrangements. Mrs. Spence is as sisted by Mrs. Porter H. Dale of Ver mont, president of the Congressional Club, who has appointed Mrs. Daniel C. Reed of New York and Mrs. John Schafer of Wisconsin to represent the club on the committee. The District of Columbia Chapter of the American War Mothers is repre sented by Mrs. Mattie C. O'Neill, na tional custodian of records: Mrs. Mary T. Shanahan, president of the chapter, and Mrs. Norman N. Nock, legislative chairman and vice president of the District of Columbia Chapter. Other members of the arrangements com mittee are: Gen. Charles P. Summerall, chief of staff; Maj. Gen. Amos A. Fries, Maj. Gen. B. F. Cheatham, quartermaster general of the Army: Maj. Gen. Wen dell C. Neville, commandant of the Marine Corps; Maj. Gen. J. E. Fechet, chief of the Air Service; Maj. Gen. Harry L. Gilchrist, chief of chemical warfare service; Admiral L. E. Gregorv, U. S. N.: Rear Admiral F. C. Billard, United States Coast Guard; Col. Noble J. Wiley, Col. W. R. Gibson, Col. Edmund P. Easterbrook, chief of chap lains, U. S. A.; Capt. C. H. Dickins, chief of chaplains, U. S. N.; Capt. Morris S. Daniel, jr«, U. S. A., and George Ross. Mrs. Spence will preside and deliver the welcome for the War Mothers. snd Mrs. Dale will give the welcome for the Congressional Club. Representa tive Woodrum of Virginia will sing “Sweet Mother Mine.” The Marine Band, under leadership of Capt. Taylor Branson, will play from 2:45 until 3 o'clock, when the exercises are scheduled to commence. S. W. EDMUNDS, 69, DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Retired Employe of Government' Printing Office Will Be Buried i Tomorrow. Samuel W. Edmunds, 69 years old. retired printer of the Government Printing Office, where he served for 41 | years, died at his home, 117 Fourth i street northeast, yesterday after a long illness. He was retired from the Gov-' eminent service four years ago. Mr. Edmunds was a native of Terre Haute, Ind. He was a member of the Hope Lodge of Masons, the Roval Arcanum and of the Typographical Union. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Jeannette A. Edmunds, and a daughter, Mrs. Maude E. Webster. Funeral services will be conducted ! at the residence tomorrow afternoon at i 2 o'clock. Interment will be in Con ! gressional Cemetery. Deaths Reported. The following deaths have been reported j to the Health Department in the last 24 Hours: Marcus Brown, 85. United States Soldiers' Home Hospital. Daniel S. Lamb. 85. United States Soldiers' i Home Hospital. Henrv Day, 79. United States Boldiers' Home Hospital. Elizabeth A. Vanneman, 73, 3532 N H. are. ! Cora Wearer. 71. Casualty Hospital. I Abraham I, Pi*tle. 69. 810 Crittenden st. Eugene Mallett. 65, Providence Hospital. I Dorothy D. France, 58, 530 Minnesota are. n.€. Mary F. Ward. 49. Georgetown Hospital, i Apollos R. Spring, 41, Walter Reed General ; Hospital. Ruth E Duffey. 38. 1736 Columbia rd. I Daniel Bowie. 34, on tracks. Washington I Terminal yards. Peter Durash. 30, Walter Reed General Hospital. Mary A. Smith, 74, Home for Aged and Inflrm. David E. Over. 55. 1822 4th st. j —-- ■ —=V (Earfcs of Siianka. i BEAUCHAMP. J. H. We wish to thank our many friends, relatives and societies for the beautiful flowers and their kind ex pressions of sympathy, also the pastor and officiating pastor and members of the Ar lington M. E. Church snd Junior Order for their services rendered at the funeraj nf our husband and father, J. H. BEAU CHAMP. MRS. J. H. BEAUCHAMP AND FAMILY. • WHEELER, LOUIS CALVIN CORNISH. We wish to thank our many, many friends and neighbors for their kindness, sym pathy and contributions on the death of our son. LOUIS CALVIN CORNISH WHEELER. by the unknown fire HIS DEVOTED MOTHER AND FATHER, MR. AND MRS. T. WHEELER. _ • Sfalltß. BRADT. MARIA VIRGINIA. On Tuesday. I April 23. 1929. at her residence. Dumbarton 1 Court. 1657 31st st. n.w.. MARIA VIR- I GINIA. daughter of the late Albert and i Susan C. Bradt. Funeral from the above Mpdress on Friday. April 26, at 2 pm. j Relatives and friends invited. • BRENT. LILLIAN F. Departed this life Wednesday. April 24. 1929, at her resi dence. 1234 Carrollburg pi. gw. Remains resting at Ruth Dabney's funeral parlors. 453 O st. n„w., and can be reviewed Sat urday evening. Funeral Sunday. April 28. 1929. at Third Baptist Church, sth and Que sts. n.w., at 2 o’clock. 27* COLEMAN. CHARLOTTE. Departed this life Thursday. April 25. 1929. at 7:05 am., at Carson's Private Sanitarium. CHAR LOTTE COLEMAN, devoted sister of Sam uel. Thornton, Calvin and Winnie Roots and Margaret Beverly of New York and devoted mother-in-law of Mrs. H H. Arm stead of 1434 Swan st. n w. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Notice of fu neral hereafter. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 2222 Ga. ave. n.w. COLLINS. JAMES F. On Wednesday. April 24, 1929. at Providence Hospital. JAMES F„ beloved son of John C. and the late Jul.a R. Collins 'nee Long'. Funeral from the chapel of P. A. Taltavull, 438 7th st. aw., cn Friday, April 26. at 8:30 am.: thence to St. Dominies Church, where requiem mass will be sung at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. DE SIBOUR. COUNT. On April 24. 1929, at Shanklln. Isle of Wight. COUNT DE SIBOUR, in his 87th year, brother of Jules Hendi de Sibour of Washington. D. C. EDMUNDS. SAMUEL W. On Wednesday. April 24. 1929. 1 am., at his residence, 117 4th st. n e„ SAMUEL W. EDMUNDS, beloved husband of Jeannette A. and father of Mrs. Maude E. Webster. Fu neral from his late residence Friday, April 26. at 2 pm. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 25* EDMUNDS. SAMUEL W. A special com munication of Hope Lodge. No. 20. F. A. A. M . is hereby called for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. SAMUEL W. EDMUNDS, on Friday. April 26, 1929. at 1 o'clock p.m. WILLIAM R. LAMAR. Master. Attest: PAUL B. ELCAN, Secretary. 25 FOSTER. SALLIE. Departed this life Wed nesday, April 24, 1929. at 6:05 am., at her residence, 1314 Rock Creek Ford rd. n.w. SALLIE FOSTER (nee Cross), be loved daughter of the late Robert and Alverta Cross, loving mother of Louise Dixon and Robert Cross, sister of Nellie. Isreal. Robert. Henry and David: loving grandmother of Horace and Ernest Dixon. Funeral Saturday. April 27, at 1:30 p.m., from St. Luke s Baptist Church. 14th st and Rock Creek Ford rd., Rev. S. Miller officiating. 1 26* FRANCE. DOROTHY D. On Tuesday. April 23, 1929. DOROTHY D., aged 58 year-, be loved wife of Joseph W. France. R noins resting at W’. W. Deal's funeral ho r. SIC H st. n.e. Services to be held at Strauss Memorial Christian Church Friday. April 26, at 1:31) p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 25 GIDDINGS. THOMAS R. Tuesday. April 23, 1929, THOMAS R., beloved husband of Emma B. Giddings. aged 55 years. Fu neral from his late residence. 2323 Pa. ave. s.e., on Friday. Apr 1 28, 3 pm. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 25 9 HUNTER. JOSEPH H. At. Sibley Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, April 24. 1929. JOSEPH H. HUNTER, aged 55 years, be loved husband of Amney Hunter (nee Crown). Funeral from his late residence. 3404 Oeosgia ave. n.w.. on Friday. April 26. ft 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at Sacred Heart Church. 16th st. and Park rd., at 9 o clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment at Holy Rood Cemetery. • MALONEY. MARGARET ELIZABETH. On Thursday. April 25. 1929. at her residence, 610 E st. n.e.. MARGARET ELIZABETH, beloved wife cf William E. Maloney. Fu neral will be held from her late residence ffturday. April 27. at 8 30 a m. thence K, St Joseph s Church, where mass will ft 9 a.m. for the repose of her k''* 8 friends invited. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 26 MATTIE C. Departed this life Wednesday, April 24. 1929. at her residence. I?, 1 .? T st. nw . MATTIE C , the beloved of Harry B. Mitchell She leaves to tpP.HfiP. their loss a loving husband, four S t *’i*"terß. Shelby. Creed. Marjorie and Henrietta; two alters. Mrs. Lillie Wash lngton and Mrs Richard Marshall, and a host of other relatives and friends. Fu- PA’iJ... Friday. A P r ,>l 25. from her late residence. (Funeral services private.) • fA*SIS' ETHIAS. On Wednesday April 25. vtutA* J 11 * residence, 1410 sth st. n.w., ETHIAS. devoted husband of Mattie Parris, father of Napoleon and Nathaniel Parris and grandfather of Alice Parris Funeral f™*?' April 26. it 2 p m., from the „ Alr ,? Baptist Church, L between North Capital and Ist sts. n.w. ROBERTSON. ROBERT. On Thursday. April 25. 1929. at his residence. 230 Crom well terrace n e . ROBERT ROBERTSON, beloved husband of Elizabeth Robertson. Funeral services Saturday. April 27, at the above residence at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Bealsville, Md. 28* ROE- WILLIAM T. On Thursday. April 25. 1929. at 4 a.m . in Sibley Hospital, WIL LIAM T,. beloved husband of Laura Kosinsky Roe. Notice of funeral later. SHORTER. FRANCES. Departed this life Wednesday. April 24, 1929. at 4 45 p m., at her residence. 726 New Jersey ave. n.w . FRANCES SHORTER, devoted mother of Daniel. Howard, Joseph. Arthur and Ben iamin Shorter and sister of Mrs Margaret Powell. Remains resting at the w Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Ga. ave nw. Funeral Saturday. April 27, at 9 a.m., from the Holy Redeemer Church 26 TRIMMER. MART E. E. On Wednesday. April 24, 1929 at her residence. 1309 35'h st. n.w.. MARY E E TRIMMEP. grand mother of Mrs. Lee Sims. Mrs. Charles W. Wenger. Miss Grace and Alice Hess. Fu neral services at the abce address Eat urday. April 27. at 9 am. Interment Fred erick. Md. (Frederick papers please cony.) 28 VEIHMEYER GEORGE A. On Thursday. April 26, 1*29. at 3 a.m . GEORGE A. VEIHMEYER. ag»d 66 rears Funeral from the residence of his sister. Mrs. Charles E, Haislup. 1811 Lawrence st. n.e. Saturday, April 27, at 2 p.m Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery Relatives and friends incited to attend. 25 WEAVER. MORTIMER 0... Jr In»*rwnt of the remains of the Ist* MORTIMER G. WEAVER. Jr. was made April 24. 1929. at Harmony Cemetery. • lit iHrnuirtam. CURRT. JOHN IT. A tribute of love to the memory of my father. JOHN W CURRY, who passed away April 25 1399. thirty years ago today. WILLIAM H CURRY. • FERRARO. LAURA V. In sad but loving re membrance of our loving wife and mother. LAURA V. FERRARO, who departed this life one year ago. April 25. 1928. No one knows the silent heartache. Only those who have lost can tell Os the grief that is borne in silence For the one we loved so well. We stood beside her bedside And saw her pass away. Oh. well do we remember One year ago today HEP. LOVING HUSBAND AND CHIL DREN. * FRTE. SCOTT. In sad but loving remem brance of our dear father SCOTT FRYE, who died nine years ago today. April 25, 1920. Just a line of sweet remembrance. Just a memory, fond and true. Just a token cf love's devotion That we will always think of you. THE FAMILY. i GARNETT. ANN. A tribute of lore and de votion to th» memory of my dear mother. ANN GARNETT, whom God eai;*d to rest twenty-two years ago today. April 25. 1907. DEVOTED DAUGHTER. M. E. CARR • GRINDER. SARAH A. In sad but loving I remembrance of my dear daughter. SARAH I A. GRINDER 'r,ee Mount', who departed I this life twenty years ago today. April 25. 1909. I You left behind a broken heart That loved you so sincere. That never did and never will Forget you. daughter, dear. HER LOVING MOTHER. • LIPPERT. GEORGE AND HORACE. In sad but loving remembrance of a Hear hus band and father. GEORGE LIPPERT. who parsed away April 17 1923. and a dear son and brother. HORACE C. LIPPERT. who passed away April 25. 1923. You are remembered by deepest devotion. Sweet, happy memories cling to your names. True hearts that loved you with deepest affection. Always will love you In death just the same. LOVING WIFE AND FAMILY. • MOORE. FRANK. In loving remembrance of my dear brother. FRANK MOORE who i died April 25. 1928, one year ago today, j in Charlotte. N. C. He left four children, j Blessed be the tie that binds Our hearts in Christian love: I The fellowship of kindred mind Is like to that above. Dear brother, one year ago today you left us. but you are not forgotten. We ll I all be together by and by. There are only three of us left now, and it won't be long. I Your memory will always live in our hearts : until we shall meet above. The Lord called him. • ; QUACKEVBUSH. MARY FRANCES. In sad ! but loving remembrance of my dear sister. | MARY FRANCES QUACKENBUSH. who j departed this life five veers sso today. April 25. 1924. Loving thoughts, true and tender, Just to show I still remember. HER LOVING SISTER. NEVA. • THOMAS. BUCK. In sad remembrance of our dear husband and father. BUCK THOMAS, who lefi us three years ago today, April 25, 1226. In our hearts your memory lingers. Sweetly, tender, fond and true. There is not a day. dear father. That we do not think of you. _ THE FAMILY. * WHITE. NEANA N. In memory of our dear sister. NEANA N. WHITE, who departed this life eight years ago today. April 25. 1921. Gone, but not forgotten. J HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Wm. H. Sardo & Co. ! Private Limousine Ambulance ! c‘ Lincoln S 2« ALMUB R.BPEARE Succeeding the original W. R. Speare Co. 1623 Connecticut Ave. Potomac 4600 8 year, at 1203 B it.. 45 years at 946 F st. Frank Geier’s Sons Co. 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. M«in 2473 Modern Chapel Telephone lYiein ESTABLISHED 1876. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1337 10th St N.W Phone North 47 CHAS. S. ZURHORST $Ol EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 872. J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. 333 PA. AVE N W NATIONAL 1384. 1385. TIMOTHY HANLON Funeral Director Private Ambulance 641 H St. N.E. Line. 5543 , T. F. COSTELLO 1734 North Capitol St NORTH 7976 Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) 3034 M St. N.W. Esta^tlahed**lß4l Quick, Dignified. Efficient Service. Automobile Service Chapel W. W. Deal & Co. 818 B oT. N.E. LINCOLN 8300. V. L, SPEARE CO. Neither the successors of nor connected with tb. original W. R Speare establish- Phone Frank 6628 H St. N.W. Formerly 940 V St. N.W. CEMETERIES. FORT LINCOLN" CEMETERY And Crematorium. Perpetual Care and Non-Sectarian. Downtown Phone Cemetery Phone Ma in 6103 Lincoln 3519 GLENWOOD CEMETERY Choice lots and sites for sale. Vanltage 85 per month. FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. 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