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WASHINGTON’S FINEST MEN’S WEAR STORE
You’re invited to our August Sale of 2017 Suits— Tomorrow! They’re Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits —good ones — $55, SSO, $45 Suits that must be sold—So to speed them on their way—we say Take Your Choice for $35 ,85 ($55 ssO s4s values) These suits were among The colors, patterns and the- many thousands we styles are good—we think bought for Spr in g and th ®V are the best liking c suits we ve had. There Summer business. y are moc j e j s t 0 men 0 f any of them have two trousers build—regular, tall, short and some are four-piece and stout. golf suits. TT ~ „ ox* You’re bound to find Hart Schaffner & Marx something you like par made them .. . you know ticularly at the price of what that mean s —real, $35.85. Many men will deep down quality. want a couple of suits. No Charge for Alterations Suits can be purchased on your regular Charge Account or you can use our Extended Payment Plan Raleigh Haberdasher 1310 F Street ■. n I .|qh ■ vrewoßaßßßß% '•■'■<■ •• ••'•?■ '*.jl ■ »/£'■<.. ‘ OIL HEAT Actual news for owners of average size and smaller homes, today i . V Normal progress has brought quiet/ but really silent. It invites this IMPROVED CHALLENGER a "close up" test never be- Kleen-Heet. A real advance- fore attempted, mentbyone of the leaders in oil There are many good oil heating equipment for homes, burners. This, in new ways, is (Listed as standard by Under- one of the great ones. See it, writers’Laboratories). * and see why. Before doing any- It greatly reduces first cost, thing about your next winter’s Put* it definitely within reach heatorfuel-supply,dort/S,drop of any home owner. Gives the a post-card, or just telephone, finest modern heating method National 1778 * for every overage-size home $399 —and smaller. "R.T. B."-"R.ody to burn'-in your Fully automatic. Not just boioment—complel.l“no extrai. ta full months In which to handle It. No Interest —Only $63.00 C«»h improved C HALLENGER jf/een-Heet Kleen-Heet Sales Co. 1013 12th St. N.W. National 1778 ANDi THE GREAT "*0»", KJ.EEM-HEET DE LUX El i • i. m THIS KVfcMMI STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ THURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 1929. TREASURY WORKER DIES. Mias Elizabeth Catherine Handlin Expires at Bister’s Home. Miss Elizabeth Catherine Handlin, 31 years old. a Federal employe in the Treasury Department, died at the home of her slater, Mrs. George P. Delaney, 3531 New Hampshire avenue, with whom she resided, yesterday morning. Miss Handlin was bom at Fitchburg, OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT FINE MEN'S WEAR EISEMAN’S—7th & F il ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ CAPABLE MORTICIANS THE Ryan service j/T 4 has for years 9 been recognized pre- * JS x . eminent in the pro- % session of mortuary jf service. Ryan assistants are proficient in their duties. Funeral Parlor-Private Ambulance and Livery in Connection JAMES T. RYAN funeral Director 317 Pa. Ave. S.E. Telephone Atlantic 1700-1701 /♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ! ■ - ■ ■ You Will Save slo—s2s ™ ' COATS wjjL Anticipating m Priced at WHEMp* the Autumn VOllSil ■ Vogue for j^^li LIZARD Buy Your Coat in August I f|\ I I ! BECAUSE we are able to offer a Ink lf m u\ wider (election at lower prices—as we IfXm f Mg, mMAW/ W/\ \ bought for this event during the manu- wm V Very smart is this we in tnrn off „ you . 1/ f J distinctive strap ill pump with its clever Furs Fabrics \ | f combination of the *££&? . popular Lizard with Sh F “ nk *£££ black mat kid. Krunmor **?*«*; Mormink Jmllard Squirrel Cretcelle f . ®ss Civet Cat Silvertone J A Small V v „ . . * *•*/ Broadcloth | Deposit Will Priced at Reserve Your’ I Selection in s io BerberichT k ; TWELFTH—F STS. SIGMUNDS’ FAMOUS BARGAIN BASEMENT One —Two —Three! and Away They Go !! Over a Thousand Silk and Washable Summer Dresses $1 Mj Extra Six*! gt/Km and Colors Dresses Formerly Dresses Formerly Dresses Formerly Sold fromm2 to $4 Sold from $4 to $6 | Sold from $5 to $7 TOMfIIROW at 9:15 A.M. in our Bargain Basement begins the .greatest sacrifice sale in our history ... Here’s the story ... Fall mer chandise il arriving every day, racks are crowded, orders from the “boss” to Alean house, SO —1,000 beautiful Summer dresses go to slaughter .1.. Try to come as early as you can for best selection. We don’t think there’ll be much left by 6 o’clock. v I A A I vi qm und A - £? H sts. T . '.i ..i.'-L-. •’i • . . /■' -'.v. '.- ■ *•. -f ijf v-i .. Mass., September 34, 1898, and cams to Washington as war worker In 1918. Bhe .entered the Treasury Department, i where she has been 'employed ever since. Surviving her is her father, Mat thew Handlin of Fitchburg; two brothers, Matthew, Jr., of Westminster, ; Mass., and William J. Handlin of Ari ; zona, and four sisters, Mrs. George P. 1 Delaney of Washington, Mrs. George ’ Shea and Misses Gertrude and Barbara Handlin of Fitchburg, Mass. Funeral services will be held at her 1 Washington home at 8:30 tomorrow morning. Interment will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery. HAYES RITES HELD. Interment to Be at Addison Chapel Cemetery. Funeral services for Louis Edward Hayes, 45-year-old carpenter, who died at nis home, 330 Eleventh street, Tues day. were to be held at St. Mat thew’s Church. Seat Pleasant, Md., at 3:30 today. Interment was to be at Addison Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Hayes was born In this city in' W. WARREN TALTAVULL Funeral Home 3619 14th St. N.W. Corner Spring Road Phones j AdantJ 4 10341 i ISM, and had been encaged in business ! here for more than 20 years. He leaves , his widow, Mrs. Katharine E. Hayes, ' and two sons, Edward B. and Benjamin ■ L. Hayes. CHINESE PRISONERS WAIVE TRIAL IN U. S. 1 Assurance Given, Stimson Says, That- Smuggling Cases Will Be Tried in Native Land. Secretary Stlmsoit said today that the return of Mr. and Mrs. Ylng Kao and Suen Foo, formerly connected with the Chtnqpe consulate at San Francisco, had been the desire of the Chinese gov ernment and that the prisoners had waived trial in the United States on charges of opium smuggling or com plicity. The American Government has se cured assurances, he said, that the three would be prosecuted by the Chl-» • r.eae government: LICENSE IS CANCELED., "They decided not to get married” was the only explanation made to the ! clerk of the District Supreme Court ! this afternoon by a young girl who ! returned for cancellation a marriage ] license Issued August 6. The license had been secured by Henry A. Frese. 21, 1648 Gales street northeast, who wished to marry Lena B. Resley, 18, 927 K street southeast. The young girl did not disclose whether she was named In the license. The clerk drew red lines across the record of the license appli cation and the Incident was closed. LOST. BAR PIN, platinum top. fin# cut stones. Monday afternoon, between Uth and 13th on O st. n.w. Reward it returned to 634 F »t. »-w. ’ i»» BOSTON bull PUP—About < months oldl white eheet. white front toea: answers to name ••Happy; In vicinity of 16th and Longfellow its. n.w. Reward If returned to 1617 Lonefeilow at., or phone Georgia 8674. CLOTH, white flannel piece, embroidered In colored wools, vicinity 16th it., near Tidal Basin or Monument. Return 437 K n.w.. care of Frank P. Leach. 16» COAT—Mane coat In Aock Creek Park; Sunday, Call Cleveland 6396. DOG. short haired?black and white; strayed from 1663 list at n.w. Reward. West OPP 6. DOG—Black and white Llewellyn setter: male; ate. 10 months: answers to name of ''Doe"; weartnt red collar and Maryland tat. Reward If returned lo Joa.ph H. Milana, 4 Chamberlin ave., Kenwood, Md. FIELD GLASSES (Goers), in leather case, on road between Quantieo.and Washington or Russell ave., Alexandria. Write Maj. Underhill. U. 8. M. C . 10th Regiment Ma rlnes. Fort Meade. Md Reward •_ GLASSES, shell rimmed, slightly tinted. Thursday, between Wardman Park Hotel and Woodward A Lothrop's. Reward. Teunls Bros., nog 16th. 16* K. C. CHARM—Return to United Clsars. 14th and New York ave. n.w. Reward. Mr. , Muaselman 16* NECKLACE—Rope pearl chain neeklaee, sap phlre clasp, surrounded with diamonds and two pearl tassels attached. Reward. Ad dress 6 Cypress at., Chevy Chase, Md. Phone Wisconsin 3666. » POCKETBOOK. velvet, containing small straw purse, key and 111 03. near 33nd and Pa. ave. Reward for return to 3413 M at n.w. ‘ POCKETBOOK—Brown, Wednesday night? on Alta Vista ear or vicinity of Somerset. Reward. Wisconsin 4176. POCKETBOOK, gentleman's, containing val uable papers, somewhere between Lans burgh's. Saks’ and Kann's. Communicate with E. D Furgang. Cheltenham- Md. POLICE PUPPY, 6 months old. strayed from 11 Newlands st., Chevy Chase, Md. Reward. Call Metropolltan 4063. RED CHOW, year old. 1637 19th st. North 0830. Reward. 16* SET OF GOLF CLUBS, near 16th and V. afternoon of Aug. 14. Return to Hotel R o ose velt. Reward. • SORORITY PIN. Kappa Kappa Gamma gold key: owner's name on back. Reward. Adams 5398-J. STICK PIN. diamond, solitaire: liberal re ward If returned to Walter Leaman. 945 Pa. ave. n.w.. Room 41. 16* TRAVELING BAG. tan. unlettered name plate. Garfield Hospital grounds or to 14th st.: 610 reward left, at hospital desk WATCH. FOB. gold, sphinx design? marked T. M. J.; Monday evening between Hyatt*-* vllle. Mt. Rainier and Washington, on car or bus Libera 1 reward. 1836 Eye Bt. n w WATCH, gold, between Bherman ave? and 14th st. nw; Initials "J. E. P.” Reward. Please return to 3805 Sherman ave. n.w. WRIST WATCH, lady 7 ! white gold. Friday noon. 14th and L st* Reward. Finder please call National 8086 or send to 909 <£arha of DODSON. MAMIE F. We. the family, wish to express our sincere appreciation to the many friends, relatives and societies for their sympathy and floral tribute* at the death of our beloved MAMIE F DODSON. We also wish to thank the pastor. Rev. W a. Taylor; the choir and members for their splendid co-operation. We also thank Dr. William A. Taylor. Jr., for ex cellent solo he rendered. THE FAMILY. • HEDGEPETH. WILLIAM. The wife of the late WILLIAM HEDGEPETH desires to e.rrress her deep gratitude to relatives and friends for the many kindnesses shown during his Illness and at the time of his death MRS. ALICE HEDGEPETH. • fHarria^*. HAWLEY—MILLER. On Wednesday. Au gust 14. 1939. by ths Rev. Thomas M. Walsh. ARCHIBALD DONOVEN HAW LEY and MARGARET RUTH MILLER. • Bralfya. BICKFORD. ELEANOR C. Suddenly Tues day, August 11. 1939. gt Braddock Heights. Md . ELEANOR C. BICKFORD, aged 3d years Funeral from the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oershon P. Bick ford. Berwyn. Md.,' Friday. August 18. at 10 30 a m Burial Rock Creek Cemetery. Washington, D C. 15 BONNELL. MARY DIGGER. On Tuesday. August IS. 1939. MARY DEQGEB. widow of George Wlnsor Bonnell. Funeral 'pri vate) from her late residence. Mulhall Sta tion. Ballston. Va . on Friday. 15* BROWN. SI’BAN. The Catholic Beneficial Society will meet at the residence of our deceased sister. SUSAN BROWN. 4 Ter race pi., between A and East Capitol »ts. n.e., Thursday. August 15. 1929. at 830 p.m. Funeral from St. Cyprlan’a Church Friday. August 18. at 10 a m. CHARLOTTE LUCKETT, Pres. EUGENE MARSHALL. B#c. COALE. FRANK C. Suddenly on Tuesday. August is. 1939. at Atlanta. Oa . FRANK •C, beloved husband of Alice Frances Coale. aged 39 yaara. Interment at Har pers Ferry, W. Va., Thursday. August 15. COLLINS- HELENA. On Wednesday. August 14. 1939. at her residence, the Lafayette Hotel. HELENA, beloved wife of Daniel Collins and aunt of C. B E. McGuire, aged 89 yegrs. Funeral services at Hysong funeral home. 1300 N at. n.w., Friday. August 18. at 8:30 am., thence to St. Mat thew's Church, where requiem high mass will be sung at 9 a m. for the repose of her soul. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. DAY. JOSEPH LEO. Departed this life Wednesday. August 14. 1929. at. 1 p.m , at Tubereulotis Hospital. JOSEPH LEO DAY. beloved son of Babe and the late Agnes Day and brother of Aloyslue and Regina Day. Funeral services Saturday morn ing at 9 o'clock at Holy Redeemer Church, where solemn high mass will be sung for the repose of his soul. 18 EDMONDSON. ANNIE E. Passed Into eter nal rest on Wednesday, August 14, 1939. at her residence. 510 M st. n w,. ANNIE E. EDMONDSON, the beloved mother of Ella M Fauntroy. grandmother of William T Fauntroy, great-grandmother of Ellamae. William T.. Jr., and Juel Fauntroy. and aunt of Ella and William Edmondson. Funeral from her late residence Friday. August 16. at 1:30 pm. Funeral private. • ELGIN. FISK. M. D. At his residence. 8211 Enright ave.. Bt. Louis- Mo., on Monday. August 5. 1839. FISK ELGIN. M. D., hus band el Sallle B. Elgin end father or Mrs. Margaret Cartwright of Toledo. Ohl": James H. Elgin of Tulsa. Okla., end B K. Elgin nf Indianapolis. Ind . In hts 80th year. Interment was in the family lot in Bellefontalne Cemetery In Bt. Louis. GRANEY. MATILDA. On Tuesday. August 13. 1939. at her residence. 707 18th st. n e.. MATILDA GRANEY. wile of Michael Oraney and mother of Mr*. William Park* of 830 East Capitol st. Funeral from the chapel of A. J. Schlppert. 3006 Pa. ave. n.w., on Friday. August 16. at 8:30 am.: thenee to Holy Name Chureh. 11th and K sts. n.e.. where mass will be King at 9 o'clock for the repose of her aoul. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. • GROSE. LOUIS HENRY. Entered into eter nal rest Tuesday. August 19. 1936. at Freed men'a Hospital, LOUIS HENRY GROSE, devoted father of Mrs. Alberta Colbert. Mrs. Sadie Brown. Robert. Louise. Esther. Louis. Henry. Jr.; Charles Eston. Bertrand and FTed Grose. He also leaves to mourn his departure six sisters, three brothers and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines fu neral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Funeral Friday. August 16. at 3 p.m., from Grace's Chapel. Chapel Hill. Md. HAINES. ANNIE ALMY. On Thursday. Au gust 18. 1939. at her residence. Florence Court. 3205 California st.. ANNIE ALMY HAINES, widow of Mai. John T. Haines and daughter of the late Admiral John J. Almy. Funeral notice later. HANDLIN. ELIZABETH CATHERINE. On Wednesday, August 14. 1t39. at her resi dence. 3531 New Hampshire ave. nw . ELIZABETH CATHERINE HANDLIN. be loved sister of Mrs. George P. Delaney. Funeral from the abevt residence, Frldav. August 16. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem'mass at Sacred Heart Chureh at 10 am. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 15 HASTY. EDITH MAE. Departed this life Tuesday. August 13. 1939. at 10 p.m.. EDITH MAE HASTY (net Hodges), beloved daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Charles E. Hodges of 3383 Sherman ave. n.w. She leaves to mourn their loss, a father, mother, one sister. Altla: three brothers. Ira. Morsell and Charles Hodges, and a host of other relatives and friends. Fu neral Friday. August 16. at 3 P.m.. from Frasier's new funeral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Interment Lincoln Memorial Ceme tery. HAYES. LOUIS EDWARD. On Tuesday. Au gust 13. 1929. LOUIB EDWARD HAYES, beloved husband of Katherine E. E. Have* inee Lewis). Remains at Saffell’a chapel. Bth and H sts. n.w. Funeral services at St. Mathew’s Chureh. Seat Pleasant., Md.. on Thursday. August 18. at 3:30 p.m. In- I (erment at Addison Chapel Cemetery. IS HAYES, LOUIS E. On Thursday. August 15. 1138. 3:30 p.m.. at Maaonle Temple. 13th and New York ave. HOWARD. COURTLAND. Departed this lift Tuesday. August 11. 1939 at 11:60 am., at Walter Reed Hospital. COURTLAND HOW ARD. son o( Sarah Eltsabeth Howard and tha late Alexander Howard and brother of Armeta. Sarah. Prank. Alexander and James Howard. Funeral services at Roberts Chapel M. X. Church. Alexandria, Va.. Friday at 3 p.m. 15* HUNT. THORNTON M. Departed this life Monday. August 12, 1929, THORNTON M. HUNT, non oI the late Joseph and Mal vina Hunt. He leaves to mourn their loss five sisters and four brothers: Branche McKinney. Marceltna Sears. Lucie Willis, Maude Ragland and Amelia Wil liams, Fred. Harry. Aaron, Jamea Hunt: a devoted foster mother, Mrs. Melving Cornell. 406 E st. n.e., with whom he made his home. Remains at Frasier’s new funeral home, 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Funeral Friday. August 16, it 3 p.m., from Lincoln Memorial Congregational Chureh. llth and R ats. n.w. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 16 JOHNSON. ANNIE. On Thursday, Auguit 15. 1929. at her residence, 913 French st. n.w.. ANNIE JOHNSON, mother of Mrs. Della Bradley. Mrs. Annie Scott, Mrs. Margaret Oslo Benjamin, Harry and Thomas Johnson: she also leaves several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Remains resting at tha W. Ernest Jsrvls Co. funeral parlors. 2323 Oa. ave. n.w. JONES, EUGENIA. The officers and mem bers of Queen of Sheba Chapter, No. 3. O. E. 8,. ere notified of the death c( Hon. Lady EUGENIA JONEB on July 4, 1939. at Clarksville, Tenn. RJCHARD°SPpH ILUPS V p' . - / .V . ~ 9 Eballjfl. , Urment 'caithersburg, ul rM '* Ke ,?* .KNIGHT. C. M. Special communication of Potomac Lodge. No. 9. P. AAM. is fw Friday, August 16. at 12 30 • clock, to attend the funeral of Bro. M , KNIGHT, late worshipful master S' fi’.VKti »: SVV” RICHARD R. WADDRrf' CI * R Muter. , Secretary. KOLBE. CLARA R. On Wednesday. August *«•. residence, near handover. Md.. CLARA R . aged 66 years, beloved wife of E w. Kolbe. Funeral from the above residence. Saturday. August 17. at 2 pm. Interment Foeestvllla Cemetery, Md - 16 LANE. THOMAS. Departed this life Wed nesdey. August 14. 1929. at hie residence. 214 Clarkes at. s.w.. THOMAS LANE, lov ing husband of Alice Lane, son of John Lane. He also leaves three sisters, three brothers and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eve sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. MANNIX. CHARLES. Suddenly on Tuesday, August 13. 1929. CHARLES, beloved hus band of Delia T. Mannlx (nee McGrath). Funeral lroro his late residence, 1711 Web ster at. .n.w., Friday. August 16. at 8 SO arm. Requiem high mass st Sscrad Heart Chureh at 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives snd friends invited. 15 MeCLANAHAN. DEMPSET J. On Tuesdav, August 13. 1929. DEMPSEY J . beloved husband of Ester L. MeClanahan. Funeral from W. W Deal's funeral home. 816 H it. n e,. on Friday. August 18. at 19 am. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. MORRIS. MOLLIE. Departed this life on Monday, August 13. 1929. MOLLIE MOR RIS of Atlantic City. N. J. She leaves to mourn their loss two brothers. Ma'orJack son and Willie Jackson and a host of other relatives and friend*. Remains resting st the George B. Clarke Co. funeral chapel. 1418 Fla. ave. n.e.. until Thursday. 11 a m. Thereafter remains will rest at her broth er s residence. 825 23rd *t. n.w. Funeral services will be held Friday, August 16. at Salem Baptist Church. King George County, Va. 16 MURRAY. JESSIE L. On Tuesday. August 13. 1939, at Oar Arid Hospital, JESSIE L. beloved wife of Dr. William A. Murray, resldenee, 4308 New Hampshire ave. n w. Funeral service* at the Fra riels Asbury Church. 16th and Lament sts. n.w., on Friday. August 18. at 3 p m. Relatives and friends invited to attend Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 16 POPE. MAMIE. Departed this life Tuesday. August 13. 1939. in Atlantic City. N. J, MAMIE POPE, devoted Hater of George S. J West. Funeral Frldav. Auguit 16, at 11 am. from the John T Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. In terment Payne’s Cemetery. FORTNER. MARY D. On July 8. 1939 at Alx-les-Balns. France. MARY D. FORT NER. widow of Osctr C. Fortner and daughter of the late John A. Dougherty of Philadelphia. Pa. Body resting at Gav ler'g chapel. 1754 Pennsylvania ave. nw Funeral services on Friday. August 16. at Bt. Paul’s Church. l*th sp.d V sts n w., where mass will be offered at 19 am. In terment Manassas. Va. Please omit flow er*. 15 PULLIAM. EDWARD. Passed into the great beyond. Sunday. August 11, 1939. at 7 30 a.m., at his residence. 1587 sth st. n w.. EDWARD PULLIAM, loving husband of Hattie B. Pulliam, father of the late Rer E Pulliam and devo'ed father-in-law of Adels Pulliam. He also leaves to mourn their loss three nieces and s host of friends. Funeral sendees Saturday. Au gust 17. at 1 30 p m . at the First Sev enth-!)* y Adventist Chureh. Bth st be tween F snd G sts. n.e. Interment Har mony Cemetery. 18 STARE. HENRIETTA. On Wednesday- Au gust 14. 1939. at 3 p m . at the EOes Homo. HENRIETTA, widow of the late James E. Stake, and daughter of the late Charles D. and Mary Welsh, In her 80th year Fu neral sernces at Oak Hill chapel on Fri day. August 16. at 3 p.m. • TATBPAUGH. GEORGE W. On Wednesday. August 14. 1939 at hi* residence. 639 D it. n e.. GEORGE W. TATSPAUGH. husband of Jonaetta 'Venable) Tstspaugh Mem ber of Lebanon Lodes. No. 7. F A. A M , and the Oldest Inhabitants' Association of the District of Columbia Remain* resting at the parlors of J. william Lee’s Sons 332 Pa ave. n.w. Funeral from the chape! el J William Lee's Sons on Saturday. Aurust 17. at 3 o'clock pm. Relatives and friend* Invited to attend Please omit flowers. (Atlantic City. N. J.. and Bridgeton. N J.i papers pleas* copy.) 16* TORRENZ. MARGARET. On Wednesday, August 14. 1939. at Georgetown University Hospital. MARGARET ' DOTTIE) TOR RENZ. beloved daughter of the late Joseph and Mazle Torrenr Funeral from th* realdence of her niece. Mr*. Burke Walih. 1913 Upshur st. n.e.. Friday. August 18. at, 7:36 a.m ; thence to Sacred Heart Church, where requiem mess will be said at 8 am. for the repose of her soul. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relative* and friends invited. 'New York. Phila delphia and Jacksonville papers please copy.) WARD. FRANK J. On Tuesdsy, August 13. 1929. at Homeopathic Hospital. FRANK J. ■WARD, aged 73 years, beloved husband of Charlotte Miner Ward. Cecil Apartments. Remains resting at Hysong s funeral heme. 1360 N st. n.w. Funeral from 1809 N st. n.w. Friday. August 18. at 9:30 a.m.: thence to Bt. Matthew's Catholic Chureh. 1735 R. I. are. n.w.. where mass will be offered at 16 a m for th* repoae of hi* soul. Interment (private) Mount Olivet Cemetery. WHITLEY. ISAAC. On Tuesday. August IS. 1929. ISAAC WHTTLEY. devoted husbsnd of Nancy Whitley and father of Oneida Whitley. He alto leaves one brother ard flvs sisters. Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains resting at the w. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 2222 Ga. ave. n.w. lit fHmortom. HUNT. EDWARD LEE. In memory of my deer husband. EDWARD LEE HUNT, who died one year ago today. August 15, 1928. In the graveyard. softly sleeping, Lies the one I loved so dear. I sadly miss you And often feel your presence near. The flowers I have placed upon your grave Have withered end decayed. But the lore I have for you Will never fed#. Memory will linger forever: Time will never eras# Tha memory of my dear one Until we meet face to face HIS DEVOTED WIFE, MATTIE V. HUNT. MOORE. ANNA C. In loving remembrance ol my darling mother. ANNA C. MOORE, who died August 15, 1926. three years ago today. God walked Into his pesture And called a beautiful sheep. Mother had to answer. And she silently went to sleep. LOVINO DAUGHTER. BERNICE • TEAWALT. RAYMOND A- In sad but lov ing remembrance of our dear ton. who passed away one year ago today. August IS. 1928. In our hearts your memory lingers. Sweetly, tender and true. There is not a day. dear son. That we do not. think of you FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) N W Phone West 9096 JUJ* M oi. IN.VV. Established 1841 Frank Geier's Sons Co. Ill* SEVENTH ST. N.W. Nstionsl 2473 Modern Chapel. Telephone *619 ’ TIMOTHY HANLON Funeral Director Private Ambulanea 641 H St. N.E. Line. 5543 V. L. SPEARE CO; Neither the successor* of nor connected with th* original W. R. Spear# establlsb- PhSn* Prank, N.W. Formerly *6O F St. N.W. Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance gioVciiSi Lincoln 5524 Established 1676 JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1687 16th St. N.W, Fhtn* North —47 Quick. Dignified. Efficient Service. Automobile Strviei Che pel W. W. Deal & Co. >l6 H ST. N.E LINCOLN >3OO ALMUB R.BPEARE Succeeding the original W. R. Spearg Oa 1623 Connecticut Ave. Potomac 4600 a yearn at 1906 H gt.. 45 yeart at 946 F *4. J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. 133 PA. AVE N.W. NATIONAL 1164. 1396 CHAS. S. ZURHORST 991 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phene Lincoln 6379. FUNERAL DESIGNS. 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