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OTTAWA, Kans., August 26—Ray ; Pennebaker. 22, Diagonal, lowa, farmer, confessed last night, authorities 6ald, I to the poisoning in November, 1927, of i his first wife, Mrs. Thelma Doris Penne i baker. He gave her strychnine acci dentally while she was suffering from | indigestion. Pennebaker was brought here to face ) charges of first degree murder in con nection with the death of Elva Barnes, 6-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 C. A. Barnes of this city. I He is alleged to have given his sec ond wife, Florence, 19, a poisoned candy bar when she boarded a train at Lenox, j lowa, for a visit to her sister, Mrs. ; Barnes, in Ottawa. When she arrived at Ottawa. Mrs. Pennebaker gave the candy to the I children of her sister. The following I day Elva died. A coroner's inquest re vealed the presence of poison In the child’s stomach. After Pennebaker was brought here, Taylor County, lowa, authorities under took an investigation of the death of the man’s first wife. Indications were, they said, that she had been poisoned. Pennebaker will be tried on the charge of murder of the child in the September term of the Franklin County, Kans., District Court. Disposition of the case alleging the murder of his first wife will await the result of the September trial. FOUR ARE KILLED IN PLANE CRASHES One Ship Falls 100 Feet in At tempting Bank—Second Col lapses in Flight. By the Associated Press. HOLTON, Kans., August 26.—Two were killed and another seriously in i jured in an airplane crash here yester day. Bert Bartholomew, 30, pilot, and Robert Moore, 22, a passenger, were killed, and Jack Kincaid. 22, apassen ger, was Injured seriously. The trio lived here. The airplane crashed as the pilot at tempted a bank at an elevation of 100 feet over the local airport. ROUND UP. MonC August 26 m.— Arthur Krueger, Round Up garage me chanic, and Walter Scott, licensed pilot of lowa, fell 2.000 feet to their death in an airplane here yesterday. Persons witnessing the crash said the men W'ere flying at an altitude of about 6,000 or 7,000 feet and nose dived to within 2.000 feet of the earth. They said that when the pilot attempted to | right the biplane a wing collapsed. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT FINE MEN'S WEAR EISEMAN’S—7th & F A Real Cheap Price on These jr “Eastern Shore” H Lima Beans 4-25 c | These come from a section of the Eastern B Shore of Maryland, noted for its Lima Bean pro- B duction. These are green picked and are large, I full pods that the housewife appreciates. You I will find these in all “ASCO” Stores . E a?' io<-f WASHINGTON’S FINEST MEN’S WEAR STORE I Final Reductions in The August Sale of Hart Schaffner & Marx Two and three piece Dixie Weave Suits Your Choice of Entire Stock of Finest Summer Suits— Values up to $45 $ 23' 75 THE STYLES are smart two and three button models—some with vests. New shades of Silver Grey, Cedarwood, Tan, Mountain Blue and Chamois. Models and sizes to fit men of any and all builds. * # ,4 A Final Sale of $ 25 Summer Suits of Gabardine and Tropical Worsted 13* (Nq Charge for Alterations) t Raleigh Haberdasher 1310 F Street , • J >•) ' 1 ...... ■■ i. a.i 1 S. c . i . ! i ! STORMS FORCE DOWN TURNER’S AIRPLANE East - West Non - Stop Passenger Flight Is Halted at Tulare, Calif., by Fuel Shortage. By the Associated Press. LOS ANGELES, August 26. —Capt, Roscoe Turner with four passengers on a speed flight from New York, landed his monoplane here yesterday after a terrific battle with fog and storms finally exhausted his fuel supply and forced him down at Tulare, Calif., be fore he reached Los Angeles. Capt. Turner left New York at 6:21:21 Eastern daylight time, ending the t}op 23 hours. 59 minutes and 42 seconds later. Four stops were made to refuel. The Journey completed a flight to New York last Tuesday and established the fastest time ever made over the continent for a loaded passenger plane. The elapsed time to New York was 19:51:04, which Included four stops. Capt. Turner had hoped to break the transcontinental speed records now held by Capt. Frank Hawks, which are 17:38 for the eastward flight and 19:10 for the westward trip. Turner’s cabin ship averaged about 147 miles an hour while Hawks In his flights climbed nearer 156 miles an hour The pilot, who is operations manager for a Los Angeles-Reno, Nev., air line, said, however, that the main objective of the flight—the feasibility of fast air plane transportation of passengers across the continent—had been proved. He indicated that such a line may be established soon between Los Angeles and New York for the carrying of bank aecuritles and a limited number of. passengers. , ■■ ■—— »- ■ - ■ TT. S. Population Slump Is Feared. NEW YORK. August 26 (/Pi. The Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. finds j the United States threatened with a slump in population. A survey by the company convinces it that the true rate of increase was 2.8 per 1,000 popula tion or ‘ barely a margin to keep the population from an actual decline.” MATTHEW F. HUGHES IN FOUND DEAD IN HOME Funeral Services to Be Held To morrow for Civil War Veteran, Who Expired at 00. Matthew F. Hughes 80-year-old veteran of the Civil War, was found dead on a couch In his home by his son, Frederick J. Hughes of 1825 F street, Saturday night. The burial will take place tomorrow morning at Arlington Cemetery with full military rites. Mr. Hughes had been in excellent health up to the thne of his death, his son. with whom he had lived for the past 8 years, said today. He Is thought to have died from a stroke of apoplexy. Death came as he was sitting on a couch on the sleeping porch. When his son came to bid him goodnight, he found the veteran slumped against the wall. Funeral services are to be held to morrow morning at 9 o’clock, in the St. Stephen’s Catholic Church. His son is his sole survivor. He was a member jf the Phil Sheridan Post of the O. A. R. Cocoa Manufacturer Dies. CAPE MAY, N. August 26 <>¥»).— Albert M. Strollwerck, 60, of Camden., N. J„ head of a chocolate and cocca 1 manufacturing company, died here yes terday a few minuses after he had taken a swim In the ocean. Death was due to a heart attack. • • Fly Wins by Knockout. ' NICE, France, August 26 UP). A world self-knockout record seems to be held by Hans Gottlieb, 220-pound Aus trian. Herr Gottlieb and a horsefly staged a bout on the crowded prome nade Des Anglais. The fly settled be hind the Austrian’s right ear. The Austrian swung on the insect and knocked himself cold. He was out five minutes. He fractured his jaw. FOUND. KEYS, in rase. Ford lcnltlon and others. I found at Florida ave. and Staples at. ne. Owner call West 091*. • LOST. HORTON TERRIER -Small male, ears taped; Georgia ave. pike, vlclnltr of Norbeck. Lib eral reward. Phone Kensington 90-F-42. 29* BRACELET, white told, set with one chip diamond and two blue stones; Saturday nlaht. in Brightwood. D. C.; liberal reward. Call Wisconsin 2981-J. •_ BREASTPIN- Sunday evenlas. Au*ust 2S, between Riverdal# and Chevy Chase. D. C . ! crescent shape, told, pearl insets. Reward. I Phone Clev. 0925-W. BREAST PIN, round, ladles' photoaraph on pin; reward. Shepherd 36*7. DOG, strayed from Washington Barracks. Small doa. white with black spots on sides, left eye and both ears Finder notify Army War College. No S 3. Reward. Address Box 195-K. Star office 26* DOG. wire-haired terrier, white with brown spots. 120* l*th st. Phone North 707* after 830 Reward. Ta* marked E. F. Miller, 122* Conn, ave. FOX TERRIER, wire-haired, female; strayed from 44th and Hawthorne sfs . Wesley Heights, white, with brown ear* and black spot on body near tall. Finder please tele phone Cleveland 1143 Reward. GLASSES, tortoise shell. Saturday morning, on Park rd. or 19th st. n.w. Please call Adams 4401. Reward. * GLASSES—Tortoise shell: business district; last Friday. Reward. Call Main 8710. Br. 102. Me Henna. HANDBAG—SmaII black moire, containing i money and door key; on Mt. Pleasant st. late Saturday pm. Finder please phone 7775 after *.30. Reward. * POCKETBOOk—Near New Jersey aye. and E st. Reward. Cleveland 6942 POCKETBOOK—Lost at Marshall Hall, con taining car tokens and set artificial teeth. Reward If returned to 4022 13th at. n.w. Adams 361. RING”. G. W. U. 1927 clast ring, onyx stone, engraved G. L. H. Reward. Return to 214 Mass. ave. n.w., Atlantic 3737. or Met. 9900. Ext. 28. RING. Georgetown Law, Class of 1923. lost in vtclnity ol Union Station. Atlantic 1384. Reward. 26* _ I SCOTCH TERRIER, black curly hair; last seen in Mt. Pleasant. Liberal reward. 1422 Irving st. n.w. Col. 0574. •_ STRAW PURBE—White, containing curren cy. coin, key; North Beach. Md. Rsward. Constance White, 3114 l*th at. n.w. Adams i 3147. * _ j WRIST WATCH—In Columbia Theater, Au- I »u*t 23. Notify manager of theater. » | WRIST WATCH, Elgin, with white-gold ! wrist band. In washroom Columbia Theater. Thursday. Reward. Call Clarendon 810-J-l. 26* JEANNIE M’ATEE DIES. . Miss Jeannie McAtee, 1327 Eleventh street, a native of the city and for 40 years an empoye of the United States Government, died in Providence Hospi tal early yesterday morning after a brief illness. Miss McAtee, who was 79 years old, was retired from the United States Patent Office on her seventy-second birthday, June 22. 1924. Surviving are her sister, Mrs. Henry O’Neal of Lebanon, Ky.. and her brother, Col. W. T. McAtee of Louisvllle, Ky. Funeral services will be held at the Immaculate Conception Church, to morrow morning at 8 o’clock. Inter ment will be in Richmond, Va. Ebatljfl. AMES, JOHN LOUIS. On Saturday, August 24. 1929. at hia residence. 917 W at. n.w , JOHN LOUIS AMES, devoted husband of Elizabeth Ames, father of Percy. John. Robert, Raymond. Oeorge and Stephen Ames, son of Henrietta Ames, brother of Smith. 'William. Samuel ana Ldwara Ames. Susie Boggs. Alberta Snead, Carrie Twy man and Bertha .Henry. Funeral Wednes day. August 28, from the Metropolitan Baptist Church. R at. bet. 12th and 13th *ts. n.w., *t 1 30 p.m.. Rev. Smith offi ciating. Interment Harmony Cemetery. Remains resting at the W Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 2222 Ga. ave. n.w ?T ' AMES. LOUIS. All members of the Union j Tabernacle, No 105. A. U. O fi and D B . and Sisters of Moses are requested to be present Tuesday night, August 27. 1929. 8 o clock. at the Moses Home to arrange the funeral of Brother LOUIS AMES. Done by the order of BROTHER ROBERT BOWSER. W. S SISTER M. A. FIELDS. R. 8. • BARNUM. LURANCY. On Friday. August 23. 1929. Miss LURANCY BARNUM. resi dence. 1529 Q st. n w., sister of Mary C. Barnum. Mrs. Harriet E. Jones of this city and the late William Barnum. Burial will be at Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, N. Y„ Tuesday. August 27. • BEALL, NORA A. On Sunday, August 25. 1929. 2:15 p m., at the residence of her sister, Mrs. D. T. Ferguson. 410 Woodside ave., Cumberland. Md , NORA A , aged 62 years, beloved wife of A. Ward Beall and devoted mother to Mrs. Mason E. Wallace <nee Edythe Beall i and Wyllys Beall of Washington. D. C. She also leaves to mourn their loss a father. Oeorge 8. Wllli son; two brothers, Elle and Marshall Wllll son. and a host of other relatives and friends Funeral services at the above ad dress on Tuesday. August 27. at 2 pm. Interment Hill Crest Cemetery. Cumber land. Md. Relatives and friends Invited. • BRAWNER. WILLIAM L. On Sunday. Au gust 25. 1929. at Emergency Hospital. WIL LIAM L.. son of the late John P. and Sarah Brawner. Funeral from the par lors of William H. Bcott. 409 Bth st s.e . Tuesday. August 27, gt 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment at Cedar Hill Cemetery. • Bt'TI.ER. LOUISE E. Departed thla life Fri day. August 23. 1929, at 7 30 p m . at her residence, 1824 East Capitol st.. LOUISE E. BUTLER, beloved wife of Joseph Butler, devoted mother of Thomas Butler, grand mother of Louise E.. Thomas, William and the late Joseph Butler. Jr., and the de voted mother-in-law of Rebecca Butler. Funeral from her late residence at 9 o clock a m . Tuesday. August 27, thence to St. Cyprian's Church. CARROLL. FANNIE V. Departed this life Sunday. August 25. 1929. at 5:50 p m., st i the residence of her daughter. 129 S st. t n a . FANNIE V. CARROLL, wife of the late Daniel A Carroll, devoted mother of Louts L. Carroll. Rosa Smith. Lula Turner and Mrs Josephine Brooks. Remains rest ing st Frazier s new funeral home until lpm. Tuesday Funeral from the resi dence. 129 8 st n.w.. Wednesday. Au gust 28. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. 27 CARRY. JEANETTE. The George N Grice Relief Association announces the death of our member. Mrs. JEANETTE CARRY. Funeral Mondav. August 26. 1929. at 10 a.m.. from Holy Redeemer Church. New Jersey and New York aves. n.w. MRS CAROLINE C Y. CHACE. Prei. MRS. MARY CRAIG. Rec. Sec. CHISHOLM. ALICE- Departed this life Sst ! urday. August if 1929. at 630 pm .at her residence. 130 F st. n.w., ALICE CHIS HOLM, aged 50 years, the beloved wife of John Chisholm. She also leaves one son. William, aged 8 years, one sister. Ella i Hall: other relatives and a host of friends. Body will be shipped to Rock Hill. 8 C . i Tuesday. August 27. Remains can be seen : at Lomax s chapel, 1400 8 st. n w. COLLINS, PATRICK J. On Friday. August | 23. 1929. at 11:40 p m.. PATRICK J.. be- j loved husband of Mary A. Collins. Funeral • from his late residence. 1613 Lincoln rd : n e . on Tuesday morning. August 27. at | 8 30 o'clock, thence to St Martin’s Church. ! where requi*?i msss will be ssld at 9 i o'clock for the repose of his soul. Rela- I tives and friends invited to attend. Inter ment Mount Olivet. 26* FOLK. WILLIAM HENRY. On Sunday. Au gust 25. 1929. WILLIAM HENRY, beloved ; husband of Caromilde Ferguson Folk and beloved father of Mrs Josephine Lowns- | borough snd Miss Ghets P. Folk. Llnwood T. Alwyn V. and Stephen H Folk Re mains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co funeral home. 1400 Chapin st n w.. until Monday. August 26. at 10 pm. Fu neral and interment at Suffolk. Va. GAITHER. JESSIE MEHITABEL. On Sun day. August 25. 1929. JESSIE MEHITABEL GAITHER Services at the Presbyterlna Home. 1818 Newton st n.w.. Tuesday. Au- 1 gust 27. 139 pm. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. • GATES. WILLIAM F. On Saturday. August j 24. 1929. WILLIAM F GATES, beloved hus band of Ida M. Oates Funeral from W. w. Deal's funeral home. 816 H at. n e.. on Tuesday. August 27. at 10 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. GRACE. MARGUERITE I. Departed this life Mondsy. August 26. 1929. at Provi dence Hospital. MARGUERITE I. GRACE, j beloved wife of John C. Grace. 636 Lex -1 lngton pi n.e. Notice of funeral here i after. (Brooklyn. N. Y.. papers please j, copy.l , ' GRANT. MARY. Saturday. August 24. 1929. I st her residence. 707 Taylor st n w., MARY GRANT 'nee Ward', beloved wife ! of the late James Grant. Funeral from the I above residence. Tuesday. August 27. at I 9:30 am. Solemn high requiem mass will i be suns for the repose of her soul at St. Gabriel's Church at 10 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends Invited. (Western Maryland papers | please eopy.i 26 HALL. EI.OIS C. Departed thi* life Satur day. August 24. 1929. at 8:30 P m.. 6* Childran's Hospital. ELOIS C., age 7 1 I months 24 days, darling of Earl and Lo- i • retta Hall. Funeral Tuesday. August 27. ; | at 1 o'clock from the residence of her i grandparents. 1832 9th st. cw. Interment j \ Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and j friends Invited. HUGHES. MATHEW F. On Saturday. Au- I gust 24. 1929. at 10 30 pm., at the resl-I dence of his son, Frederick James Hughes. 1825 F St. n.w., MATHEW F. HUGHES, aged 90 years. Funeral services at St. Stephen!* Church. 25th st and Pennsyl vania ave. n.w.. Tuesday, August 27. at 9 am. Interment Arlington Cemetery (pri vate'. LEE. LUNCINDA. On Saturday. August 24. 1929, at her residence. 438 Ridge st. n.w.. LUNCINDA LEE (nee Contee'. devoted mother of John Contee, niece of Adaline Matthews and aunt of Burt Bmlth. Fu neral from Miles Memorial Church Wed nesday. August 28. at 1 o'clock p.m. Rela tives and friends Invited. * LYLES. MAGGIE GRIMES. On Saturday. Auguts 24. 1929. at 1:30 pm.. MAGGIE GRIMES LYLES, beloved wife of William Lyles and sister of William Grimes. Re mains at Murray's funeral parlors, 12th and V sts. n.w. Notice of funeral later. MARRURT. SOMERVELL. On August 25. 1929. at his residence. 1517 31st st.. SOM ERVELL MARBURY. son of the late John and Juliet Murray Marbury. Services at Oak Hill chapel Tuesday. August 27. at 11 am. Interment private. • MeATEE. JEANNIE. On August 25. 1929. at Providence Hospital. JEANNIE MeATEE of 1327 llth at. n.w.. aged 81 years. Remains at Wright, chapel. 1337 10th st. n.w. Fu neral requiem mass at Immaculate Con ception Church. Bth and N sts. n.w., 8 o'clock Tuesday, August 27. and burial at Richmond. Va. • MCCLELLAND. WILLIAM j. On Saturday. August 24. 1929. WILLIAM J. MCCLELLAND, beloved husband of Mary Sparks McClel land. Funeral services at hia late resi dence. 1000 South Carolina ave. s.e.. Mon day. August 28. tt 7:30 p.m. Interment Wilmington. Del. 28 O’DEA. MICHAEL I. On Sunday. August 25. 1929. MICHAEL J . beloved husband of Nora O’Dea. Funeral from his late resi dence. 48 U st. n.w.. on Wednesday. Au gust 28. at 9:30 a m.: thence to St. Mar tin's Church, where mass will be said at 10 a.m. Interment at Mount Olivet Ceme tery. PIPER. SUSETTB D. On Sunday. August 25. 1929, at her residence. 13 Sixth st. n.e.. BUBETTE D.. widow of Frederick A. Piper and beloved mother of Mrs Merle Cain. Funeral services will he held at her late residence on Tuesday. Au gust 27, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery. PIPER. BURETTE. A special meeting of Naomi Chapter. No. 3, will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday. August 27. 1929. for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late alster, BUSETTE PIPER. (Bigned> SUSAN B. HILL. Matron. MARTHA H. OOULD. Secty. • BREADS. ALICE. On August 24. 1939. at Gettysburg, Pa . ALICE BHEADS. cousin of Mary C. Sheads of Washington. Inter ment at Gettysburg. Pt. SMITH. SOPHIA. Departed this life Sunday. August 25. 1929, at her residence. 1014 Delaware ave. s.w., SOPHIA SMITH. She leaves to mourn her departure one daugh ter. Annie Jackson; 18 grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at John T. Rhlnes' funeral chapel. 3rd and I sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. , SMITH. WALTER. Sr. Departed this life Saturday. August 24. 1929. at 13:40 a.m . at his residence. 1411 Corcoran st. n.w., WALTER SMITH. Sr., the devoted husband of Jeannette Smith and faithful father of Mrs. Rebecca 8. Muse. Mrs. Mamie E. Joy. Mrs. Sophia E. Wallace. Janies J.. Dr. William S., Robert L.. Urban M. and Walter Smith. Jr., and beloved grandfather of nine children. Funeral Tuesday. August 37. at 3 p.m.. from Zion Baptist Church. T st. s.w. between 3rd and ' 4’i sts.. Rev. William L. Washington of ficiating. Servant of Qod. well done; Rest from thy loved employ; The battle fought, the victory won— Enter thy Master’* joy. The voice at midnight cam*; He started up (toFhear: A mortal arrow filegeed his frame— He felli but felt no fear. .. THE FAMILY. M 9 Beattys. . * SMITH. WALTER. Sr. The Elder Men * Re lief Association announces the death of Brother WALTER SMITH. Sr . and that the funeral trill be held on Tuesday, Au fuat 27. 1929. at I SO p m.. fTom Zion Bap lst Churcn, F st. bet. Srd and 44 sts. s.w. H. H. NAYLOR. Pres. J. C. BURLLS. Sec. STEVENS. LOUISE M. On Sunday. August 25. 1929. LOUISE M. BTEVENB. beloved daughter of the late David and Sally Crown. Remains at Ryon s funeral parlor. 317 Pa. are. s.e. Notice of funeral here after. TALBOTT. EDWIN M. Suddenly, on Satur day. August 24. 1929. at his residence. Red land, Md . EDWTN M. TALBOTT, beloved brother of Mis* Alice Talbott and Lila Davis. In his fifty-seventh year. Funeral Monday. August 28. at 11 am., from the Presbyterian Church, Rockville, Md. 28 THOM. MARGARET ELIZABETH. On Sun day. August 25. 1929. at the Home for In curables. MARGARET ELIZABETH, aged 88. daughter of the late John Tsvlor. Re mains resting at the Nevlus funeral home. 924 New York ave. n.w. Notice of funeral services later. • WARD. KATHERINE. Suddenly on Sunday, August 25. 1929, at North Beach. Md.. KATHERINE, the beloved wife of the late George W. Ward. Remains resting at the William H Bardo A Co funeral ehspel. 412 H st. ne. Notice of funeral hereafter. WELLS. LOUISA M. Entered Into eternal rest Saturday, August 24. 1929. 2 30 g.m , at Freedman's Hospital. LOUISA M. WELLS, wife of the late William A. Wells, beloved mother of Dr William A Well* Ella Lewis, Katie Todd, beloved aunt of Frances F Retd. She also leaves six grandchildren. R»rualn» resting at Adams A Smoots funeral parlors until Mon day. 8 pm. thereafter at her late resi dence. 921 Howard ave s.e. Funeral Tues day. August 27, at 12:30 pm. from Zion Baptist Church. P st. between 3rd and 4‘j sts s w., Rev W. L Washington, psstor Relatives and friends invited to e'tend 28* WELLS. LOUISE M. Members of the Young Ladles' Brilliant Star Benevolent Associa tion. No. 1. are requested to attend the funeral of our late sist»r. LOUISE M WEILS. Tuesday. August 27, 1929, at 12 30 pm. Irom the Zion Esptlst Church. F st. s.w. JENNIE BROWNE-LEE, Pre* M. L. MIDDLETON. Secty • WEST. CAROLINE RACHEL. On Monda August 28. 1920. CAROLINE RACHF T WEST, beloved mother of Mrs. Laura V Belt and L. Perry West. Notice el funeral later. WILES. ANNIE CECELIA. Suddenly, en Sat urdav. August 24. 1929. at Slblev Hospital. ANNIE CECELIA WILES 'nee Ready', be loved wife of Charles V. Wiles. 220 T st. n » Funeral from the above residence, Wed nesday. August 28. at 830 am. Requiem mass at St. Martin's Church at 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rela tives and friends Invited. 27 WILTSHIRE. JOHN W. Suddenly, on Sun day. August 25. 192 9. JOHN W . beloved husband of th- lete Harriett P W!!*shire. In the 82nd year of his see Funeral from his late residence. 1387 East Capitol st . on Wednesday. August 28. st 2 pm. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery 27 WOLFLEV. MARTIN. Suddenly, on Satur day. August 24. 1929. at Cleveland. Ohio. MARTIN WOLFLEY. brother of William Wolfley. M2B r st. n.w. Funeral Tuesday, at Cleveland. Ohio. 25 lit iUnttoriam. FITZGERALD. ANNA M. In sad but loving remembrance of our devoted wife and mother, who departed this life one year ago today. August 28. 1928 Oh. the memories of that morning. A* we stood with aching hearts. Knowing that the one we loved so dearly Must from us forever part. 1 She suffered hours, yes. hours, of pgln To wait for cure, but all In vain; Bo God alone knew what was best— He called her home to give her rest. We think of you In silence: No eye can see us weep. But many a silent tear we shed When others are asleep LOVING HUSBAND AND CHILDREN • HALL. MINNIE LOUISE. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear little daughter. MINNIE LOUISE, who left us so suddenly six years ago today. August 26. 1923. God was lonely without you. dear Minnie, In His home of gold and blue. So He gathered you tenderly In His arms And flew to hesven with you. But He knew just how we miss you. And so from my heart He drew A tiny sp»ek of your golden love And sprinkled It with dew HER LONELY PARENTS. MINNIE M. | AND WILLIAM H. HALL • HOSIER. PETER. In loving remembrance of our husband and father. PETER HOMES, who departed this life August 36, 1928. Rest in peace till we meet in heaven with God. WIFE AND DAUGHTER. • HOPKINS. SEREN/f. A tribute of love to 1 my dear sister and beloved aunt. SERENA HOPKINS, who passed away seven years aco today. August 26. 1922 The loss wag bitter, the pain sever*. To part with one we loved so dear I The trial was hard —we 11 not complain. I But trust In God to meet again. LOVING BROTHER. PETER A SMITH. AND LOVING NIECE AND NEPHEW. BESSIE WATKINS AND CHARLES H. i RIDGELY. JR • INDERMAI'ER. CHARLES. In sacred mem ory of my beloved husband. CHARLES INDERMAUER. who died eight years ago today. August 26. 1921. Anniversary mas* at St. Aloysius Church. Sunshtre. then rain, the pleasure, the pain; O'er life do the shadows fall. The rose must die and the lips say good-by. But the heart will remember all. LOVING WIFE. GERTIE. • KIENT. JOHN C. In loving remembrance of my father. JOHN C. KIENY. who died four years ago today. August 26. 1935. Loved In life, in death remembered. CHRISTINE K. CONNER. • PULASKI. EDWARD R.. Jr. In sad but lov ing remembrance el our son. EDWAPD R. PULASKI. Jr., who departed this life two years ago today. August 26. 1927. In the graveyard sweetly sleeping Lies the one we loved s« dear. A place is vacant in our home That neve*- can he fill'd. MAMMA. DADDY AND SI6SIE. PULASKI. EDWAPD R. Jr. In sad but lov. ing remembrance of our grandson snd nephew. EDWARD R PULASKI. Jr . who departed this life two years ago today, August 26. 1927. Oh. the memory of that morning As we stood with aching hearts. Knowing that the one we loved so dearly Must from us forever part. With broken hearts we watehed you And saw you pass away. Although we loved you desrlr We could not have you stay. NANNIE AND AUNT ELSIE. • WILLIAMS. BENJAMIN. In loving memory of our dear husband, brother and uncle, i BENJAMIN WILLIAMB. who departed th;a | life nine years ago today. August 26, 1920. In our hearts your memory lingers. 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