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WASHINGTON’S FINEST MEN’S WEAR STORE
Tall men short men portly men heavy set men normal size men August Sale of Hart Schaffner & Marx *55 *5O *45 SUITS WITH 1 OR 2 TROUSERS '35 s 5 *6O SUITS *65 SUITS Reduced to Reduced to $42 85 $4785 TVONDERFUL suit bargains for every man in three-piece suits, some with two trousers, and four-piece golf suits. Styles, colors, patterns and weights are right for now or Fall wear. 4 No Charge for Alterations f Suits can be purchased on your regular Charge | l Account or you can use our Extended Payment Plan J Raleigh Haberdasher 1310 F Street freedom^S®^ 1 #ntheBe fife -Round the *IMm World tours Go as you please. Stop where you Singapore, Penang, Colombo, Suet, lUf<» Continue when you are ready Port Said, Alexandria, Naples, on ft President Liner exactly like the Genoa, Marseilles, New York and one on which you started. Such is Boston. the option provided on Round the OnfortnightlyscheduleetheseLinen World touts by this service. „il from Ne 4 YoA for Olifomi. Complete the circuit of the world ,i» Havtnt and the Pintnu Ctnil. in 110 days aboard a single Liner or use die entire two years allowed by ou ma 7 £° Round the World for your ticket. $1250 which includes your transpor- Every fortnight there is a sailing tat ‘on, meals and first class accom* from Seattle and Victoria, B. G, for modations aboard ship. % Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Palatial President Liners, they are Kong, Manila and Rouna the World. steady and comfortable. All cabins Every week there is a sailing from are amidships. Outside rooms with Los Angeles and San Francisco for beds, not berths. Spacious decks. A Honolulu, Yokohama, Kobe, Shang- swimming pool. Luxurious appoint hai, Hong Kong and Manila and ments.Acuisinethatisfamousamong thence on fortnightly schedules to world travelers. COMPLETE INFORMATION FROM ANY STEAMSHIP OR RAILROAD TICKET AGENT. AMERICAN MAILLINE end DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE 1005 Connecticut Ave. N.W. Washington, D. C. —V _ Metropolitan 0695 . ; xiiiii tu v tjr oiAK, W AaiiliXUlON, X). C., 'UIUIiSJPAY, AUixtilST 22, 1929. | TWO BRITISH CAPTURED. HARBIN. Manchuria, August 32 <A»). —Manchurian bandlta yesterday kid naped two British insuranve inspectors —C. M. Burton, big game hunter and member of the firm of Butterfield Sc Swire, and I. H. C. Godfrey of the Harbin branch of the Commercial Union Co. The men were captured at Miamusze, about 280 miles northeast of Harbin, and are believed to be held for ransom. The British consul at Harbin asked the Chinese authorities to secure their im mediate release. 1 W. WARREN | TALTAVULL Funeral Home 3619 14th St. N.W. Corner Spring Road Phones } 9*^' I / Adams 10341 WASHINGTON’S FINEST MEN’S WEAR STORE Sale of STETSON and Raleigh Shoes for Men Reduced to s(}Bs and $845 Formerly Priced to $14.50 Black and Tan Calfskin in smart and popular styles. Martin’s Scotch grain in Brogues with wing tips. Black or Tan Calf combined with White Buckskin in many styles of Sport Shoes. Raleigh Haberdasher 1310 F Street fllllllllllll PEERLESS— Washington’a Bu,y FURNITURE ~STORE~ilHHllllli 1 D-A-Y I ONLY \ FRIDAY ”7 ,\ FURNITURE /. ! \ BARGAINS / I Every item has been marked for IMMEDI ATE CLEARANCE—READ AND SAVE! $12.50 Simmons All-Metal Walnut Beds $6.75 2-inch continuous po»t. All sizes. $15.00 Simmons and Sun Rest Mattresses $8.45 Extra heavy roll edge, pure cotton. Good tick, all aizee. $109.00 Three-Piece Living Room Suite $49.95 Covered with fine grade velour, excellent spring construction. $15.00 Oak Refrigerators $8.95 Bmall family size, best insulation and hardware. $22.00 99-Coil Bed Springs .. $11.85 Twenty-year guarantee, spring-tied tops. All sizes. $195.00 Walnut-Veneer Bedroom Suite $93.75 Expertly made, large dresser, chest, full vanity and bed. $12.95 48-Inch Davenport Table $5.65 Nicely made of gumwood in mahogany finish. $198.00 10-Pc. Dining Room Suite $112.00 Genuine walnut veneers on hardwoods, large size pieces. $34.50 Simmons and Foster Day-Beds $19.98 Walnut and cane panel ends, heavy roll edg« mattress. $69.00 Porcelain Refrigerator $39.75 75-lb. ice capacity, finest insulation. Fully guaranteed. $198.00 Overstuffed Bed-Davenport Suite $129.00 Long davenport, club and wing ehair. Finest coverings. $29.50 Finest Layer-Felt Mattresses $16.95 Four row imperial stitch edge, best quality covering. All sizes. $39.00 5-Pc. Dinette Suites $19.95 Mads of hardwodds snamsled in choice color combinations. $15.00 5-Drawer Chiffonier $7.95 Made of gumwood, finished in American walnut. $1.98 End Tables, Book Ends, Table Scarfs 79c and wrought iron smokers. Your choice. I LOW TERMS SH H and Eye 827-829 7th St. N.W. DR. MOSBY BALDWIN BURIED TOMORROW Patent Examiner Will Be Laid to Rest in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. F*uneral services for Dr. Motby Bald win, 68 years old, former associate ex aminer at the United States Patent Of fice, who died in the Washington Sani tarium yesterday, will be conducted in St. Thomas Church tomorrow morning «t 9 o’clock. Interment will he private in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Dr. Baldwin, who was employed at the Patent Offlce for many years, was associate examiner in charge of the medicine section at the time of hie re tirement, last March. He was at one time principal examiner. Dr. Baldwin was a graduate of the Ohio Medical College, at Cincinnati, and practiced for a short while at New Or leans, his old home, prior to coming to this city. Since coming here he nad devoted his knowledge of medicine to his work at the Patent Office. Patent Expert Dies DR. MOSBY BALDWIN. WOODLAWN MAN HONORED AT RIDING TOURNAMENT Joseph Brady Declared “Most Gal lant Knight” at Marshall Hall Event. Joeeph Brady of Woodlawn, Md., was declared the "most gallant knight" at the annual "grand riding tournament" at Marshall Hall yesterday. John Mc- Conkey of Oxen Hill, Md.. who conducts a commission merchant business In this city, was winner of second place in the tournament. Albert Hunkerford of Marshall Hall was third and John Walton Street of Pilesvllle, Md., fourth. The affair was climaxed by dancing at Marshall Hall last, night. The prin cipal address of the day was delivered by Representative Stephen W. Gambrlll of Maryland. The committee or arrangements for the affair was composed of the follow ing: Richard B. Tippett, sheriff R. L. Cooksey, E. W. Hungerford and Carlton Hicks. Radio Test Successful. Experiments with high frquency radio equipment were conducted with great satisfaction according to War Depart ment officials, during recent round trips between San Francisco and New York by the Army transports, Somme and Grant. Heretofore vessels on that run provided only with arc and spark trans mission. completely out of contact with shore stations for many days, but. the high frequency equipment recently in stalled on the two transports enabled them to keep in perfect contact with shore stations every day during the en tire trip. Body to Be Shipped Saturday. MONACO. August 22 The body of Admiral Albert P. Nlblack, U. 8. N.. who died at Nice on August 20, will be shipped to America on the U. S. S. Raleigh, sailing from Cherbourg Sat urday. The American Government yes terday arranged this with Mrs. Nlblack. LOST. BAR PIN. sapphire and pearl. Reward. 4473 Reservoir rd. n.w. BAR PlN—Geld, with large pearl; on Conn, ave. between Mayflower Hotel and Park rd. on Mount Pleasant car: name Elsie on pin. Reward. 1933 Park road. Adams 5312-J. BOBTON TERRIER, brindlesnd white, li cense 2103. 3934 Morrison st,. Chevy Chase. D. C. Cleveland 0150. Reward. BUNCH OF KEYS and tool checks. No. 7200. Phone Ga S4So___ 23* CAT. male, black with white necktie arid a nick in the ear. Return to Edward Collins. 3223 Morrison at. n.w. Reward. COAT, child *, dark blue, between 14th and Bth sts. n.e. and Md. ave., on Aug. 21. Reward. Col. 4172. » FOX TERRIER, wire-haired, brown headT black spots on back; answers to name "Bnooky.'' Strayed from 612 18th st. n.w. Reward. Metropolitan 0960. FOX TERRIER, white, wire-hatred, brown ears; name “Man' ; on 37th st. Reward. Call Cleveland 5221. GLASSES, shell rim. in black esse with the name Chas. Schwartz A Son. Address Box 316-K. Star office. 23- KEY CASE WITH KEYS—On street car. No. 54. en route to Brookland. D. C.. 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Reward. Columbia 4343 W. KlTTEN—Vicinity N. H. ave. and Corcoran at., small blue Persian kitten, clipped on back and sides; kitt»n is sick and needs special | attention. Return to 1613 N. H. ave. Re ward. North 7354. POLICE DOG. female, tan and black: called Princess. <O7 Orleans pi. n.e. Reward. 22* POLICE DOG. brindle color, clipped: license No. 13678. Call Dr. Buckingham. North ISO 3. PURSE—SmaII chain purse with Z 24 and check payable to Miss Duffy and bill. Phone North 5382. Reward. RAINCOAT—WiII gentleman living st Lyon Park. Va.. please communicate with owner of raincoat left in auto on Tuesday. August 6. when returning from Chesapeake Beach? Phone Berwyn 118. ROSARY, on Bunday. Aug. 18. at or near Sacred Heart Church or the 14th st. or 7th st. car: reward. Adams 1062. • SCOTCH TERRIER, vicinity Zoo Liberal reward. 1422 Irving n.w. Col. 0574. WATCH AND CHAIN—GoId. Hamilton: ini tials cn back “H. A. 8." Finder please call Atlantic 2637-W. Reward. WIRE-HAIRED POODLE PUPPY—White, female; strayed from 1770 Church st. n.w. Reward if returned to above address before OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT * FINE MEN'S WEAR EISEMAN'S—7th & F LEAPLEY FLORIST 908 G St. N.W. Jutt A eras $ the Street Formerly at 90S G St. N.W. Funeral Sprays s2*so up Free Delivery Phone Nat. 7672 Wedding Invitations end q Announcements The same dignity and impress iveness which surrounds the marriage ceremony should characterize the heralds to so important an event Those who are most particular in their demands, appreciate the individuality and unques tionable good taste of the Wedding Stationery engraved by ftqrtrbrt enct^iattonr* 6il-lfttk St. N.W. CHURCH PLANS CARNIVAL Beginning on Labor day, Setember 2, the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, on Watkins avenue, Bethesda, will hold a week of carnival. The annual chick en dinner will be served on September 3, 4 and 5, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. On the other days, there will be the usual picnic refresh ments. The pastor. Rev. James J. O’Connor, who is chairman of the benefit, will be assisted by a large committee of parish ioners. I THE WEATHER District of Columbia—Partly cloudy, possibly thundershowers tonight or to morrow: wanner tonight; gentle to moderate south and southwest winds. Maryland—Showers tonight or to morrow; warmer tonight; moderate to fresh northwest winds. Virginia—Pair and warmer tonight; tomorrow, thundershowers; moderate i southwest winds. West Virginia—Local thundershowers tonight or tomorrow; warmer tonight. Record for 24 Hours. Thermometer—4 p.m., 83; 8 p.m., 74: 12 midnight, 69; 4 am., 66; 8 a.m., 68; noon, 81. Barometer—4 p.m.. 30.21: 8 p.m.. 30.23; 12 midnight, 30.22; 4 a.m., 30.22; 8 a.m., 30.23; noon, 30.20. Highest temperature, 83, occurred at 4 p.m. yesterday. Lowest temperature, 64, occurred at 6 a.m. today. Temperature same date last year— Highest, 84; lowest, 60. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today—Low tide. 3:45 a.m. and 4:07 p.m.; high tide, 9:17 a.m. and 9:44 p.m. Tomorrow—Low tide, 4:24 a.m. and 4.38 p.m.; high tide, 8:55 a.m. and 10:21 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today—Sun rose 5:27 a.m.; sun sets | 6:55 p.m. Tomorrow—Sun rises 5:28 a.m.; sun sets 6:53 p.m. Moon rises 8:21 p.m.; sets 7:28 a.m. Automobile lamps to be lighted one half hour after sunset. Condition of the Water. Great Falls—Clear. Harpers Ferry—Potomac clear; Shen andoah very cloudy. Weather in Various Cities. « Temperature.-a 1 1 S- 5- S^E, Stations. » 5.52 Esweather. ** § m : . c : : 3 • B Abilene. Tex ... 30.02 88 74 Clear Albany. N Y... 30.30 80 58 .... Clear Atlanta. Ga.... 30.26 84 68 .... Clear Atlantic City... 30.24 76 66 ....Clear Baltimore. Md . 30.20 80 64 Clear Birmlntham ...30.24 92 72 0.38 Clear Bismarck. N. D. 28 96 86 46 .... Clear Boston. Must... 3020 78 00 .... Pt.cloudy Buffalo. N. Y.. . 30 08 78 64 ....Clear Charleston. B.C. 30 26 83 74 .... Cloudy I Chicago. 111 ... 29 96 86 73 002 Raining Cincinnati. Ohio 30 08 86 70 .... Cloudy Cleveland. Ohio. 30.06 74 64 0.02 Cloudy Columbia. 8. C.. 30.28 84 66 .... Clear Denver, Colo 30 02 86 62 .... Pt.cloudy Detroit. Mich... 30.00 82 64.0 08 Cloudy El Paso. Tex ... 30.02 84 66 0.04 Raining Galveston. Tex. 30 06 96 83 .... Clear Helena. Mont .. 29 94 86 56 .... Clear Huron. 8 DxK. 29 93 96 56 0.30 Pt.cloudy Indianapolis.lnd 30 04 86 70 . . . Pt.cloudy Jacksonville. Fla. 30 18 84 06 0.32 Clear Kansas City. Mo 29.94 98 80 .... Clear Los Angeles 29 94 84 66 .... Clear Louisville. Ky . 30 12 90 74 .... Pt.cloudy Miami. Fla. ...30.08 88 74 0.50 Pt.cloudy N. Orleans. La . 30.10 90 78 0.08 Cloudy New York, NY.2O 20 76 62 .... Clear Oklahoma City. 30.04 100 72 Clear Omaha. Nebr 29.86 98 82 0.02 Raining Philadelphia ...30.24 80 62 Clear Phoenix. Ariz.. 39.84 104 82 .... Cloudy Pittsburgh. Pa.. 30.14 82 60 .... Pt.cloudy Portland, Me... 30.20 78 58 .... Pt.cloudy Portland, Oreg. 30.04 78 56 .... Pt cloudy Raleigh. N. C. 30 24 80 62 .... Cloudy Salt Lake City. 29 94 88 66 .... Clear San Antonio... 30 02 96 74 .... Clear San Diego. Calif 29.92 76 68 ....Cloudy San Francisco. 29 9 4 70 56 .... Cloudy Bt. Louis. Mo .30 02 90 76 .... Clear St. Paul. Minn. 29 64 84 68 .... Clear Seattle. Wash .30 oo 66 56 .... Cloudy Spokane. Wash. 29 94 62 58 .... Clear WASH.. D. C... 30.33 83 64 .... Clear FOREIGN. (7 am.. Greenwich time, today ! Temperature. Weather. London. England 58 Part cloudy Paris, France 58 Part cloudy Stockholm. Sweden 56 Part cloudy Gibraltar. Spain 72 Clear (Noon Greenwich time, today > Horta (FayaD, Azores... 72 Cloudy (Current observations.) Hamilton. Bermuda 72 Cloudy San Juan. Porto Rico... 82 Part cloudy Havana. Cuba 78 Cloudy Colon. Canal Zone 82 Clear ©art* of FLTNV-DERENE. MARY CECELIA. The I family wish to express sincere apprecia tion to their many friends and rslattves for their sympathy and floral tributes at the death of MARY CECELIA DERENE. beloved wife of T. T. Flynn. lr.. and daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Derene and the late George W. Derene. • Drallja. BALDWIN. MOSBY. On Wednesday. Au gust 21. 1929. at 3 am., at the Washing ton Sanitarium, after a long-illness. Dr. MOSBY BALDWIN, beloved husband of Bowman Noah Baldwin and devoted father of Peggy H. Baldwin, aged 68 years. Serv ices at the 6. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th *t. n.w.. Friday. August 23. at 8:30 am.: thence to Bt. Thomas' Church, where mass will be said at 9 am. Please omit flowers. (New Orleans. La., papers please copy.) BEALL. IRVING SMITH. Suddenly, on Thursday. August 22. 1929. at his resi dence. 1481 Harvard st n.w.■ IRVING SMITH, beloved husband of Jessie G. Beall. Notice of funeral later. BRICKER. SAMVEL. Passed away on Thurs day. August 22. 1929. at 11 a m . at his home. 118 Quincy pi. n.e. SAMUEL BRICKER. in his 86th year, devoted hus band of Marie M. Bricker. Notice of fu neral hereafter. -3 BROWN. MIGNONETTE ANN. Suddenly, on Wednesday. August 21. 1929. at ner resi dence. 4404 New Hampshire ave. n.w , MIGNONETTE ANN. beloved wife Os Dewey O. Brown. Funeral from her late residence on Friday. August 23. at 9 30 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to at tend. Interment Leonardtown. Md. CESTEROS. HILDA R. On Monday. August 19. 1929. at 8:15 p.m., in New York City. HILDA R. CESTEROS. beloved wife of Dr. Jose N. Cesteros 4nd daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Russell. Her remains on view to friends «nd relatives at her late resi dence. 602 K st n.w. Funeral Friday morn ing. 10 o'clock, from Holy Redeemer Church. 22* CHENET. CARRIE F. Entered Into rest Thursday. August 22. 1929. at. 5.30 a.m.. CARRIE F. CHENEY, widow of Hiram W. Cheney and beloved mother of Harriet M. Cheney. Funeral from the parlors of Almua R. Speare. 1623 Connecticut, are., Saturday. August 24. gt 2 p.m. Inter ment private. (Boston papers Please copy.) 23 DAVIS, EMBRIA. Suddenly on Tuesday. August 20. 1929. EMBRIA DAVIS, devoted husband of Jsnie Davis, father of Wood row, Henry and Junior Davis, brother of Melvin and Besslb Davis. Funeral Friday, August 23. at 11 a.m . from_Zlon Baptist Church, Deanwood, D. C. Remains rest ing at the W. Ernest Jgrvls C 6. funeral parlors. 2322 Georgia ave. n.w.. until 7 p.m. Thursday, thereafter at his residence, 4702 Meade st. n.e. 32 DEAKINS. ELIZABETH. On Thursday. Au gust 23. 1939. at her residence. 1020 Prince st.. Alexandria. Va.. ELIZABETH A. DEA KINS. in the 95th year of ber age. daugh ter of the late William and Elizabeth A. Deaklns. Funeral from her late reildence, Saturday. August 24. at I p.m. EARLY. BESSIE K. On Thursday. August 22. 1929. at 8:35 am. at her sisters , residence. Mrs. Levy R. Tingal. 1330 A st. s.e., BESSIE K. EARLY. Notice of funeral later. FAIRFAX. GERTRUDE. Suddenly. Monday. August 19. 1929. GERTRUDE FAIRFAX, devoted wife of Wade H. Fairfax. Bister of Solomon. James and Flossie Vaughn. Re mains resting at the W. Ernest Jams Co. funeral parlpri. 2222 Georgia are. n,w. Interment Tidewater, Va. 22 FOSTER. JANE. Departed this life Wednes day. August 31. 1939. at 3 am., at her residence. 2235 Bth st. n.w.. JANE FOS TER. loving daughter of Robert snd Once Foster. Remains resting at the W. Erneat Jarvis Co. funersl parlors. 2222 Georgia ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. GOVER. MAY LOWN. On Wednesday. Au gust 21. 1929. at Portland. Mr. after an Illness of one month. MAY LOWN GOVER* beloved wife of Henry T. Cover. Funeral from her late realdence. 3723 Jenifer st.. Friday. August 23, at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. • GREEN. DENNIS. On Wednesday, August 21. 1929. DENNIS GREEN, devoted hus band of Eliza Green, father of, Hattie. Charles and Dennis Green. Jr. He also leaves live sisters and one brother. _Re mains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis Co.’s funeral parlor. 2222 Georgia ave. n.w. No tice of funeral later. GREEN. DR. ROBERT J. On Wednesday. Au gust 21. 1929. Dr. ROBERT J., beloved hus band of Jennie Bartley Green of Baltimore. Md. Funeral will take place from his late residence. 6701 York road, on Saturday. August 24, at 8 a.m. Interment New Ca thedral Cemetery. JOKES. J. STUART. On Wednesday. Au gust 21, 1929.. Idylewood, Fairfax County, Va., J. STUART JONES. Funeral Friday. August 33, at 10:20 a.m., at Buchanan. Va. g ~ 9 Bratlifl. MITCHELL, AUGUSTUS. Departed this life Wednesday, August 21. 1829. at 8:10 pm., at Curtis' Private Sanatorium. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL of Neuek. Va., devoted hus band of Bertha Mitchell, loving father of Martha Lee, Viol* Hall. Josephine Lee. end brother of Mery Gay. He also leaves two great-grandchildren. Remains resting at w. Ernest Jarvis' West End funeral parlor. 28th st. and Dumbarton ave. n.w. Notlee of funeral later. NORWOOD. JOHN LAWTON. On August 21. 1929. at Baltimore. Md., JOHN LAW TON NORWOOD, husband of Mary Mor gan Norwood, brother of Welter A Nor wood of Washington and Mrs Oliver C. White of Richmond. Va. Relatives end friends ere Invited to attend the services at the Mitchell home in Baltimore. Md.. at 1900 Euttw piece, on Friday. August 23. at 4 p.m. PARKS. JAMES K. Departed this life Wed nesday. August 21. 1929. at 7:25 p.m ~ at his residence, Arlington. Va:. JAMES K PARKS. Funeral Friday. August 23. et 1 p.m.. from the Mount Zlcn Baptist Church. Arlington. Va.. Rev James E. Green, pas tor. Interment Arlington National Ceme tery. TATTERSON. EVA M. On Tuesday. August 20. 1929. at her residence. Southbrook Courts. EVA M.. beloved daughter of the late Robert T. and Mary J. Patterson and alster of Emma E. Patterson. Funeral Friday. August 23. at 2 p.m.. from funeral parlors of A. R. Speare. 1623 Connecticut ave. n.w. Interment Congressional Ceme tery. • PAXTON, LEWIS SMITH. Tuesdey. August 20. 1929. at his residence, 426 W’est Madi son ave. Hyattsville. Md.. LEWIS SMITH, beloved husband of Carrie H. Paxton. Fu neral from the above residence. Thursday, August 22. at 8 p.m. Interment at Bor , dentown. N. J.. Friday, August 23. 22 PJLSON. CATHERINE MORRISON. Sud denly. on Wednesday, August 21. 1929. at Santa Barbara. Calif , CATHERINE MOR RISON PILSON. in her 19th year, daugh ter of Ethel E. and the late Raymond H Pllson. (Richmond. Va.. papers please copy.) THOMPSON. LUTHER. On Wednesday. Au gust 21. 1929. at Freedmen’s Hospital, LUTHER THOMPSON, devoted son of Marla Thompson, brother of Louis- Larry. Luke and Lonny Thompson. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. fu neral parlors. 2222 Georgia ave. n.w. No tice of funeral later. TIBBS, JOSEPH EDWARD. Departed thia life August 18. 1929. JOSEPH EDWARD TIBBS, beloved son of the late Cook and Bettle Tibbs. He leaves to mourn their loss four sisters and two brothers, Georgia T Mullen. Sadie T. Glascoe. Steven and William C. Tibbs, Harriet T. Mitchell and Bettle T. Crlegg. Also a mother-in-law. Mrs. Maria A. Jones; sister-in-law. Agnes Byrd: three brother*-ln-law. a nephew and a host of other relatives and friends. Fu neral from the Church of Our Redeemer. Bth and Barry pi. n.w.. at 8 o'clock p.m. Thursday. Rev. Wiseman will officiate. 22* TURNER. CHAPMAN. Wedresdav, August 21. 1929. CHAPMAN TURNER, devoted father of Sadie Wells Turner and Benia min Turner, brother of Isaiah Brooks, Mary Brooks. Annie Lammon. John and Elsie Castor and grandfather of Mar’- and Louis Wells. Elsie Turner and Susie Berk ley. Funeral Friday. August 23. at 2 p m . from W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral par lors, 2222 Georgia ave. n.w. 22 TURNER. CHARLES 1,. Suddenly, on Tues day. August 30. 1929, at Atlantic City. N. J, CHARLES L . beloved husband of Sarah E. Turner 'nee DodgeU Funeral services Friday. 2 pm. from the residence of W. E. McP»vnold*. 3824 Harrison at. n.w. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 22 WILSHER. GEORGE C. On Thursday. Au gust 22. 1929. 8:30 a.m . at Naval Hospital. GEORGE C. WILSHER. Notice of funeral Friday. WOOD. EVELYN. Departed this life Wed nesday. August 21. 1929. EVELYN, beloved daughter of Charles Wood, niece of Ar thur G. Wood. She leaves a host of relatives and friends Remains resting at her la*e residence. 109 Seaton pi. n w., after 5 p.m., Thursdav. August 22 Fu neral Friday. August 23. from the above address at 1 p m Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. fit JUmurtam. BECKETT. LAURA. In memory of my de voted wife LAURA BECKETT, who de parted this life two years ago today, Au gust 22. 1927. I think of you in silence. No eye can see me weep. But many a silent tear I shed When others are asleep. But what I'd give to clasn your hand. Your darling face to see.- To hear your voice I love so well, That meant so much to me. My only consolation that I have in store. Is our meeting in heaven and parting no more. LONELY* HUSBAND. ANDREW BECKETT. • BOBBITT. THEMPIE. In loving remem brance of our dear mother. THEMPIE BOBBITT, who fell asleep in Jesus one year ago today. August 22. 1928. Gone, dear mother, gene forever: How we miss your smiling face. But you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. Keep her. Jesus, in Thy keeping. Till we reach the shining shore. Then. O Master, let us have her To love her as we did before. HER LOVING CHILDREN. NELLIE AND LUCILE BOBBITT AND CORNELIA B. PRRTTIS. • CUNNINGHAM. MAURICE B. In sad but loving remembrance of our beloved fa ther and husband. MAURICE B CUN NINGHAM. who departed this life eight years ago today. August 22. 1921. As the years linger on We still remember you. HIS WIFE AND DAUGHTER. • HTLAVD- DANIEL P. Tn sad and loving re membrance Os DANIEL P. HYLAND, our husband and father, who died two year* ago today. August 22. 1927. HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. • JONES. WILLIAM F. A tribute of love and devotion to the memory of our dear hus band and father. WILLIAM F. JONES, who departed this life three years ago today. August 22. 1926. Today recalls sad memories Os the one we loved the best. But God saw fit to take him To that realm of peace and rest. May his soul rest in peace. DEVOTED WIFE, NELLIE. AND CHIL DREN. • • MAXBECK. DWIGHT t. Sacred to the mem ory of my beloved husband. DWIGHT L. MANBECK. who departed this life seven years ago today. August 22. 1922. Loved in life, remembered in death. HIB LOVING WIFE. EDNA M. MANBECK. • MURPHY. CLARENCE. In sad but lortn* remembrance of my dear son. CLARENCE MURPHY, who departed this life one year ago today. August 22. 1928. The blow was hard, the shock severe. I never thought that his death was so near. Only those who have lost can tell The pain of parting without farewell. HIS LOVING MOTHER AND SISTER. • ROLLINS. FLORENCE GERTRUDE. In lov ing memory of my dear mother. FLOR ENCE GERTRUDE ROLLINS, who depart ed this life one year ago today. August 23. 1928. HER LOVING DAUGHTER. » frNERAL DIRECTORS. ALMUB R.SPEARE Succeeding the original W. R. Speare Ca 1623 Connecticut Ave. Potomac 4600 8 years at ItW H at.. 43 years at 948 F at. J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM.' 133 FA. AVE N.W. NATIONAL 1384. 1315 CHAS. S. ZURHORST 101 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 0873. Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH! 3034 M St. N.W. ag ns Frank Geier's Sons Co, 1113 seventh ST. N.W. National 2473 Modem Chapel. Telephone Herbert B. Neviiu Funeral Home 99* New York Ave. N.W. Main 3888 TIMOTHY HANLON Funeral Director Private Ainbulanee 641 H St. N.E. Line. 5543 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successors of nor connected with the orlslnal W. R. Speare establish- Phone Frank. *M9 H St. N«W. Formerly 946 F St. N.W. Quick. Dignified. Efficient Servi-e. Automobile Serrlcj CAapel W. W. Deal & Co. 818 H ST N.E LINCOLN 8200 Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance aLS.-oflfe Lincoln .524 Established 1878 _ JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1887 18th ftt. H.W. Phene Werth —67 FUNERAL DESIGNS. BLACKISTONE, 1407 H Beautiful Floral Designs $5 and up. CALL MAIN 3707 GEO. C SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS AT MOD ERATE PRICES. TEL. NAT. 8418 * NAT. 8106 •ttsar 14th Sc Eye Prompt Auto Delivery Servlet. Glide Bros. Co«, 1212 F St. Artistic—expressive—lnexpensive ' CEMETERIES. GLENWOOD CEMETERY Ysiliaft 85 per month. Cbftiet lota aaft trim tn orla.