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the: evening star, Washington, d. c.. fbidat. September 20, i9S9.
COLORED BANKERS
OPEN CONVENTION
General and Technical Prob
lems Discussed at Initial
Session Today.
General and technical discussion of
banking problems marked the second
day's session of the fourth annual con
vention of the National Negro Bankers’
Association at the Cardozo High School
this morning.
The association, which has been in
vited to Washington by the Associated
Business Men's Club, is the largest co
operative colored banking association
in America.
In opening the morning session, MaJ.
R. R. Wright, president, reviewing the
history and the progress of the associa
tlon, said that colored banking in the
Jnlted States had met with unparal
leled success. Official financial reports
of last year, a period of widespread
financial depression, show no failures
among members of the association.
President Wright’s opening address
was followed by addresses by Wade H.
Cooper, president of the Continental
Trust Co. and United Savings Bank
of Washington, and George G. Loomis
of the Dunbar National Bank of New
York.
i Mr. Cooper, citing his own personal ex
periences in financial work, discussed the
necessity of extreme caution and lnteg-
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rity in transaction security Investments.
Discussing the subject of a “Model
Bank," Mr. Loomis said that the man
agement of a bank cannot be too
technical or exacting. Mr. Loomis
warned the association against a care
less system of verifying deposits, which,
he said, encourages embezzlement and
bank failures.
The morning session was concluded
by a short speech of welcome by P. E.
Simmons, editor of the Domestic Com
merce Bulletin, who welcomed the as
sociation lo Washington in behalf of
the Department of Commerce.
This afternoon the association will
be received by President Hoover at the
White House. Following the reception
the remaining business of the associa
tion will be concluded at a meeting at
the Cardozo High School. Pinal as
sembly of association members will take
p l .®** this evening at a banquet at the
Whitelaw Hotel.
Marriage Licenses.
„Norm»n B. Landr.su. 38. and Caroline
Hill Orlffln. 35: Rev. Thomas O. Smyth.
Richard N. Pakraaa. 36. Richmond. Va..
and Ida Cecelia O’Neil. 2*. Richmond. Va.;
Rev. John E Graham.
Wilbert R. Park. 40. Cleveland Ohio, and
Jessie W. Cover. 47 Newton Palls. Ohio: Rev.
H. B. Smith
Beniamin Andrew Card. 44, and Lura May
Carey. 38: Rev. J. N. Pierce.
Pryline Milton Crawford. 33. and Helen
Arsyle Larkin. 20: Rev. C. Ernest Smith.
..Dovelaa Irvin Gray. 20. end Alice Jenette
Metcalf. 22: Rev. Walter M. Michael.
. Vernon H Brewster. 27. and Acnes Whar
t°n. 71: Rev. Frederick Brown Harris.
i WI JL I * , S F Allison. 20. and Maud L. Rid«-
ley. 30: Rev. J. c. Murphy.
K»mn R. Turner. 22. Sliver Sprint Md..
and Bertha Ruth Mulllnes. 18; Rev. ‘niomaa
E. Roorde ,
. Carmelo N. Pugllgt. 37, and Marla Ziszo.
29: Rev. W. J. Sweeny.
„ Jsmes Oswald Hudson, Jr.. 34. Culpeper.
Va.. and Helen Lambert Cropley, 24; Rey.
E. Pinkney Wroth.
Clifford M. r | V -u, 80. Thorofare. N. J.,
and Milored B. Gill. 31. Redbank N. J.:
Judge Robert P. Mattingly.
Granthan Lee Grufer. 28. Perth Amboy,
j N. J.. and Dorothy Winifred Yale 20. Long
Branch. N. J.: Rev. John E Copenhauer.
Robert A Bell. 30. and Mabel L. Roy. 28:
Rev. George O. Bullock.
Anthony Jackson, 88. and Rachel P. Langv
caater. 59: Rev. W. L Washington.
Leatei Wood, 25. Hatfield. Va,. and Eva E.
Thomas, 23: Rev. Samuel Kelsey.
Percy Nash. 24. and Ruth Johnson. 30:
Rer. Sarle* Seculla
W. Hathaway Mansfield. 30. and Thelma
E McLeod: Rev. J. H. Jenkins.
Henry Harris. 31. Indian Head. Md.. and
Millie Queen, 19, Wide Water. Va.; Rev. R.
D. Guymas.
Leroy White. 34. and Almeada Hargrave.
30; Rev. w. D Jarvis.
Robert Brown. 38. and Jessie P. Williams.
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD
FOR L. ELWOOD LYONS
Former Manager of Produce House
Died at Nassau, Del., Home
on Tuesday.
Funeral services for L. Elwood Lyons,
65 years old, of this city and Nassau,
Del., who died at his home, near Nas
sau, Tuesday, were conducted there
this afternoon.
Mr. Lyons, whose Washington ad
dress was the Madrid Apartments, 2300
Eighteenth street, was formerly man
ager here for the Wllson-Rogers Co..
Inc., wholesale produce dealers, and
was widely known in this city.
He retired about two years ago and
had been dividing his time between
Washington and Nassau, Del. He left
here about two weeks ago, intending to
return in October. His death was as
cribed to heart disease, from which he
had bean suffering for some time.
Mr. Lyons was active here in the
Masonic fraternity, being a member of
New Jerusalem Lodge, No. 9, F. A. A.
M.; Columbia Chapter. No. 1, Royal
Arch Masons, and of Columbia Com
mandery, Knights Templar. He was
a native of Delaware and a direct de
scendant of Caesar Rodney, one of the
signers of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, in addition to being a de
scendant of other prominent early set
tlers of Delaware. ‘ ,
He is survived by a sister, Miss Leila
Lyons of Nassau.
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Births Reported.
The following births have been reported to
the Health Department in the past 24 hours.
Leo D. and Rae Thren. girl.
James F. and Dorothy Smith, girl.
John E. and Helen M. Baled, girl.
John M. and Elsie O’Dea. girl.
Holley and Lucille Armentrout. girl.
George D. and Beulah Clinton, girl.
James C. and Gwendolyn P. Wheats, girl.
Clarence and Beulalr Garber, boy.
Arthur P. and Margaret Cannon, boy.
Dennis E. and Dorothy Southern, boy.
Frederick 8. and Alma C. Jordan, Jr., boy.
John and Mildred Tracey, boy.
Howard E. and Frances T. Wilson, boy.
William E. and Rebecca Pecot. boy.
George E. and Ma r tha Booker, boy.
Frederick O. and Mary F. Kline, boy.
Edward B. and Ann I. Macon, boy.
Bernard and Germaine M. Raum. girl.
Charles R. and Avis A. Duffy, boy.
Pietro and Camilla Gallirlzzo. boy.
David and Sarah Fleming, girl.
Leroy L. and Hortense Boston, boy.
Dewey A. and Mary Branham, girl.
Joseph and Eunice M. Williams, girl.
William and Ellen Nutt. boy.
John and Bessie Ealy. boy.
Charles and Bertha Walker, girl,
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Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been reported to
the Health Department In the past 24 hours'
Axle A. Garretson. 85. 4512 New Hampshire
ave.
Dora Jenkins. 70. 1125 Spring rd.
Kate A. Potter SB. 1809 19th St.
Hans Hedman. 51. 537 7th st. s.e.
Violet MeCauslin. 62. St. Elizabeth's Hos
pital
Joseph Heigh. 50. found Eastern Branch.
Potomac River.
Frank L McChord. 48. rear of St. Eliza
beth's Hospital In woods.
Wilbur L. Harrison. 41. 3544 14th st.
Sarah M. Itallano. 18. 130 D st. s.e.
Norman Denyer. 5. Providence Hospital.
Theodore Reynolds. 3 months. Georgetown
Hospital.
June Constance Bushong. 13 days. Chll
-1 dren s Hospital.
Infant of Albert and Ruth Youngnrian. 1
FOUND.
FOR LOST ANIMALS apply Animal Rescue
League. 349 Maryland ave. s.w. Nat. 8088.
LOST.
BRACELET, gold band, 5 diamonds, lost
Tuesday. Reward. Call Adams 1818.
j COAT—Baby's pink silk coat. Thursday,
i vicinity 17th and R sts. Reward. Potomac
4200. Apt. 702.
DIAMOND SCARFPIN. September 19. be
tween 15th and N sts. n.w., in or around
Veterans’ Bureau. Reward. Please return to
Georae L Houff. Room 420. U. S. Veterans'
Bureau. *
FUR. flsher. Wednesday. In or near Palace
Theater: 110 reward return. 2700 Conn.
ave.. Apt. 609. Col. 8106.
FUR. brown fox. In or vicinity of Madrillon
restaurant. Phone Adams 4780. Reward
GLASSES Monday in case; dark rims:
vlenltv of 4th st. s.e. Reward. 218 4th s.e.
Apt. 2. *
KEYS, in leather holder, on Park rd. near
14th st. n.w. Communicate with E. C. Green.
Col. 8481-W. *
KEYS, on ring, about nine; between Stan
ton Pack and downtown. Reward. David
Low. 403 C st. n.e. 20*
NECKPIECE, two-akin. tan. baum marten:
from Raleigh Hotel to Kann's. September
19. Reward. Phone Adams 9514-J. 21*
PEKINESE. 15 mos. old; answers name 'Chi-
Chi'.': fawn color, black nose, lively: disap
peared Thursday afternoon, 1311 N. Hamp.
ave. n.w.; owner will give suitable reward.
North 0155.
RINGS— Wednesday, between 14th and 15th 1
sts. n w.. two ladles' solitaire diamond rlnas. I
Owner will reward finder. C. T. Plunkett.
2101 New Hampshire ave. Pot. 5524. .
1 RUO. between Michigan ave.. Harewood rd. i
i and Webster st. n.e.. Thursday night. Ca« |
I Potonitc 2388-W. \ |
| TABBY CAT. female. Reward. Phone Wls- I
I consin 3765-J. 1
I WATCH—At carnival Bt. Columba Episcopal
i Church. Wisconsin ave.. gentleman's gold
, wrist wateh engraved ''JBF.” Reward if
returned to 2520 Wia. ave. n.w. Telephone I
Clev. 5938.
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day. Columbia Hospital.
. Infant of Thomaa and Tharaaa Bowla*. 9
hours. Qallinaer Hospital.
David A. Brooks, 56, Walter Reed General
Hospital.
William E. Williams. 49. 27-A M at. s.w.
Lorenzo Thomaa. 40. 338 Warren at. n.e.
Lucy Borden. 33. 480 Virginia ave. s.w.
James Turner. 80. 93'k Fenton at. n.e.
Paul Mercer. 7 months. Children's Hos
pital.
Infant of Julia Washlnaton. 1 day. Chil
dren's Hospital.
Infant of Ella Nutt. 7 hours. Oalltnaer
Hospital.
Infant, of James and Maraaret Evans. S
hours. 2041 sth st.
Infant of Dennis and Mary Mack. 30 min
utes. 303 I7th,»t_a.e.
CEarfc at QUjanJta.
MONROE. MARBELFNA. We wish to extend
our sincere appreciation to neighbors and
many friend* for . service rendered and
beautiful floral tributes to our deceased
mother. MAR6ELENA MONROE.
THE FAMILY.
Brat I] a.
AHEARN. JAMES JOSEPH. On Wednes
day. September 18. 1929. JAMES JOSEPH,
beloved husband of uulla T. Ahearn. Fu
neral from his late residence. 1316 Sara
toga ave. n.e. on Saturday. September
31. at 8:30 a.m.. thence to St. Anthony's
Church. 12th and Monroe at*, n.e., where
mass will be said at 9 a.m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. (Pittsburgh.
Pa., and Worcester. Mass., papers please
copy) 20
BROOKE. DOROTHY. On Tuesday. Beptem
-17. 1929. at 6:35 p.m.. at her residence.
1525 Qiie st. n.w„ DOROTHY (DOLLY)
BROOKE, beloved wife of Edward Brooke
and devoted mother of Emily F. Woods,
Clarence T.. Edward W. and James R.
Brooke. Funeral services at Moon A
Allen funeral parlors, 2256 12th st. n.w.,
Saturday. September 31. at 1:30 p.m..
where the remains are resting. Relatives
and friends invited. 20
CATLETT. MARIE MANNING. Suddenly on
Wednesday, September 18. 1929. at Pied
mont. N. Y.. on the Hudson. MARIE
MANNING CATLETT, widow of Col. Rob
ert Catlett. Funeral services at her late
residence. 1330 Columbia rd. n.w., Satur
day, September 21, at 3 p.m. 30
CRAIG. FRANK. Departed this life Thurs
day. September 19. 1929. at Emergency
Hospital. FRANK CRAIG, devoted husband
of Annie Craig He leaves to mourn their
loss besides his wife. Annie Craig, his
mother. Caroline Craig: three sisters.
Della Harris. Pearl and Mattie Craig; Uiree
brothers. Johnnie. George and Bruce Calg.
and a host of other relatives and friends
Remains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral
parlor. 1300 South Capitol st.. until Satur
day at 4 pm. after which time remains
can be viewed at his late residence. 906
22nd st. n.w. Funeral services Sunday.
September 22. at 1:30 p.m.. from Metro
politan A. M. E. Church, M st. between
15th and 16th sts. n.w. Interment Har
mony Cemetery. 22
GAMBLE. MAGGIE E. Departed this lire
Thursday, September 19, 1929. at 10:46
am. at her residence. 421 T st. n.w.,
MAGGIE E GAMBLE, daughter of the
late Augustus J.' and Harriet Mason and
devoted sister of Mittie. George R. and
Amanda J Mason. Funeral from Zion
Baptist Church. Sunday. September 22. at
130 p.m Relatives and friends Invited.'
Notice of interment later. 22
GROVE. DR. GEORGE HEDGE. Suddenly,
on Wednesday. September 18, 1929. at his
residence. 2031 Mass ave. n.w.. Dr. |
GEORGE HEDGE GROVE Funeral serv
ices at hia late residence on Saturday.
September 21. at 1 pm. Interment Rose
Hill Cemetery, Hagerstown. Md.
HARRIS. WEST. Suddenly September 18.
1929. WEST HARRIS, friend of Mr. and
Mrs. Duncan of 1429 R st. n.w. Funeral
from Moon & Allen's funeral parlors. 13th
and Florida ave. n.w.. Sunday. September
22. at 2 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 22
IIEDMAN. HANS. On Wednesday. Septem
ber 18. 1929. at his residence. 537 7th st.
I t.. HAN 6 HFDMAN. the beloved husband
of Elizabeth Hedman Funeral Saturday.
September 21. at 2 o'clock sharp, irom the
above address. (Lowell. Mass, papers
please copy.) 20*
HEDMAN. HANS. A special communication
of the New Jerusalem Lodge. No. 9. F. A.
A M. will be held at Masonic Temple.
13th st and New York ave. n.w.. on Sat
urday. September 21. 1929. at 1:15 o'clock
p.m . for the purpose of attending the fu
neral of our late brother. HANS HEDMAN.
By order. EARL C. SHORT. Master. •
HEWLETT. EMANUEL M. Departed this
life Thursday. September 19. 1929, at his
residence. 1521 Church si. n.w.. EMANUEL
M. HEWLETT, brother of Mrs. A. M.
Scott, 903 9th st. n.e. Notice of funeral
later.
LYONS. LABAN ELWOOD. On Tuesday.
September 17. 1929. at Nassau. Del,. LABAN
ELWOOD LYONS, aged es. Funeral Fri
day. September 20. 2 30 p.m.. from his late
residence at Nassau. Del. 30 i
MORGAN. MART C. Entered Into life eternal i
September 20. 1929, MARY C.. widow Os
Richard Willoughby Morgan. Body reating
at the funeral rhapel of the George W.
Wise Co.. 2900 M st. n.w. Funeral private.
Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
MORRIS. CORA. Thursday. September 19.
1929. at her residence. 1815 15th st. n.w.,
CORA MORRIS, devoted wife of Rev.
James T Morris and mother of Zellah
Morris. Funeral Sunday. September 33-
at Highway Church of Jesus Christ. 3348
Georgia ave. n.w. Remains resting at the
W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors. 3333
Georgia ave. n.w. 32
O'DEA. MARY. On Wednesday. September
18. 1929. at St Joseph's Hospital. Balti
more. Md,. MARY, wife of the late
Thomas Andrew O'Dea. Remains resting
at the Hecht funeral parlors. Central and i
Eager sts., Baltimore Funeral Saturday. !
September 21. at 9 a.m.. from the above :
luneral parlors.
SISTER DOROTHEA. On Friday. September !
19. 1929. at her residence. 3017 O st. n.w . i
SISTER DOROTHEA. Mother Superior e! I
the Sisterhood of the Epiphany. Funeral
services will be held at St. Paul's Church.
23rd st. near Washington Circle, Saturday.
September 21. at 11 a.m. Interment in •
Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore. Md.
SPEAKS. ALEXANDER. Departed this life
suddenly at his work Wednesday. Septem
ber 18. 1929. ALEXANDER SPEAKS, beloved
son of the late Henry and Alice Speaks.
He leaves to mourn their loss one brother
and two sisters. William O. Speaks. Miss
Ollle E. Speaks and Mrs. Sarah Tyson. !
Remains at Stewart funeral parlors. 30 H
st n.e. Funeral from Jones M. E. Church, i
44th and Benning id . Sunday. September ,
22. at 1 p.m. Interment Payne's Ceme- i
tery. Relatives and friends Invited. 30 (
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SPSINGMANN. ELIZABETH L. On Friday.
September 20. 1929, ELIZABETH L.. aged
30 years, beloved wife of Laurence R.
Sprlngmann. Funeral from the residence
of Mr. Frank Sprlngmann. 158 6th gt. t.w.,
Monday. September 13. at 9 80 am., thence
to st Dominlc'a Church, where requiem
tntas will be aunt at 10 o’clock lor the
r«PJ>*6 of her souL Relatives and friends
invited. 33
GRACE. On Wednesday. Septem
i ber 18. 1939. at her residence. 1611 B st.
GRACE STARKS, beloved mother of
*} be^t !,w 0 ® tM 3 rn *.* n<, weeks. Mobile.
She also leaves two grandchildren.
Grace Blackman and Wilbur Weeks, and a
host of other relatives and friends. Fu
neral Saturday. September 31, at 1 p.m..
»h*r late residence. Interment Lln
l coin Memorial Cemetery.
1 TILLMAN, marie. On Thursday. Sen tern
-1 9» - 1 , 929 ' M *S IE TILLMAN, beloved
1 f TNlman and daughter of
P* l . l ** Gr *r- She also leaves three
brothers end three sisters. Notice of fu
neral later Remains resting at the W.
Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 2332 Ga.
ave. n.w.
ti ;SNFR, WELTON. On Thursday. Septem
ber 19. 1929. at New York City. WELTON
TURNER, devoted huiband of Mary Turner
and son of Louise Turner and brother of
Sterling Turner. Notice of funeral later.
Remaina resting at the W. Ernest Jervis
Co. West End parlor, 28th st. and Dum
barton ave. n.w.
VABB. GEORGE T. Departed this life Wed
nesday. September 16. 1929. at 3*7 in.
. GEOROE T. VABB. He leaves to mourii
their loss a son. George T. Vasa, jr.:
two sisters. Eva Green of Gary, Ind.. end
Sadie Johnson of this city; Frederick
and Alexander Vass and a host of other
relatives and friends. Funeral Saturday.
September 21. at 1:30 pm., from the
residence of his sister. Mrs. Sadie John
son. 1244 20th st. n.w. Interment Falls
Church, Va.
, PE * RI - On Thursday. Septem
ber 19. 1929, at her residence. 19 Rock
1 Creek Church rd.. PEARL WEAVER, de
voted daughter of Seymour and Annie
Weaver, sister of Inez Lomax. Emanuel.
Grace. Robert, Samuel. Harold and Rich
ard weaver. Funeral Monday, September
38. at 3 p m., from the W. Ernest Jarvis
Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Ga. ave. n.w.
32
i WEBSTER. HAROLD D. On Thursdav.
September 19. 1939. HAROLD D. WEB
STER. the beloved husband of Bessie
Holmes Webster. Remains resting at
Lomax chapel. 1400 S st. n.w. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
WEST. REV. WILLIAM HENRY. Departed
this life Thursday. September 19. 1929. gt
2 a.m., at his residence. 1202 Carroilburg
street southwest, in full triumph of faith.
Rev WILLIAM HENRY WEST. He leaves
to mourn their loss a ioving wife, one
daughter and a host of other relatives and
friends. He was a member of the Morn
ing Star Lodge. No. 40. I. B. P. O. E. of
W. Remains resting at Eugene Ford's
funeral parlors. 1300 South Capitol at
a.e. Funeral Sunday at 1 p.m. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 32
WHARTON. VIRGINIA KEY. On Thursday.
I September 19. 1929. at Emergency Hospital.
VIRGINIA KEY WHARTON Body resting
at Gawlers chapel. 1754 Pa. ave. n.w
Funeral services and interment private
on Saturday, September 21.
itt fUrmoriam.
BARNES. WILLIAM I. In loving remem
brance of my dear husband and our daddy.
WILLIAM I BARNEB. who left us twelve
years ago today, September 30. 1917.
Loved in life, affectionately remembered
in death.
WIFE AND CHILDREN, MARGARET AND
BILLIE. •
SUTLER, WILLIAM DE SOTO. In memory
of our father, son and brother. WILLIAM
DE SOTO BUTLER, who departed this
life II years ago today, September 28.
1918.
There is a place broken in our hetrts
that never can be healed.
DEVOTED CHILDREN. FATHER. MOTH
ER. SISTERS AND BROTHER. •
DORSET. WILLIAM O. In loving remem
brance ol our dear husband and father.
WILLIAM O. DORSEY, who departed this
life one year ago. September 30. 1928.
At the bedside of my dear husband.
Night, by night and day by day.
We watched his loving hands grow thinner
And saw him slowly fade away.
As we loved him. so we miss him.
In our memory he is always near:
Loved, remembered, longed for always,
Bringing many a silent tear.
HIS LOVING WIFE AND DAUGHTERS.
OLIVE AND MAUD.
'Tis sweet to be remembered.
And always bear in mind
That you are not forgotten
By the ones you left behind.
HIS GRANDCHILDREN. •
HAWKINS. MART. In sad but loving re
membrance of our dear mother. MARY
HAWKINS, who departed this life three
years ago today. September 30. 1937
HER DAUGHTER.
JOHNSON. EMMIE WEST. In memory of
our devoted sister. EMMIE WEST JOHN
SON, who died one year ago today, Sep
tember 20. 1928.
Deep in oVir hearts you are fondly re
membered.
Sweet, happy memories cling to your
name.
True hearts that loved you with deepest
affection
Always will love you in death just the
same.
You are not forgotten nor will you ever be.
HER SISTERS. CLORA SHADD AND
CARRIE WEST. •
i KAY. MARY ANNIE. In loving remembrance
| of our dear wife and mother. MARY AN
NIE KAY. who died lour years ago today.
September 20. 1925.
HER HUSBAND AND DAUGHTER. ER
NEST AND ANNIE KAY. •
PHIFPS. LUCY E. In sad but loving remem
brance of our dear mother. LUCY E.
PHIPPS, who departed this life two years
’ ago today. September 20. 1927.
Dearest mother, we are lonesome,
For we miss your loving face,
But you left us to remember
That none on earth can take your place
THE FAMILY. •
ROBINSON. EDMONIA. In everlasting and
I loving memory of my dear sister. EDMONIA
ROBINSON, who died September 30. 1937.
j . Love and memory last forever.
MARIA GARDNER. •
ROBINSON. EDMONIA. In sad but loving
I remembrance of my dear wife. EDMONIA
I ROBINSON, who departed this life two
j years ago today. September 20, 1927.
I In our hearts your memory lingers.
Sweetly, tender, fond and true.
There is not a day. dear wife.
That we do not think of you.
HER LONELY HUSBAND AND SISTER.
IBAAC ROBINSON AND MARIA GARD-
I NER.
j WHEELER CHARLES W. In loving remem
! orance of my dearest friend. CHARLES
i W. WHEELER, who died seven years ato
j today, September 30, 1922.
God calls our loved ones, but we lose not
wholly
What He hath given
They live on earth, in thought and deed,
as truly
As in His Hesven.
ELIZABETH THOMAS. *
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Frank Geicr’s Sons Co.
ttS-Sgli; National 2473
TIMOTHY HANLON
Funeral Director Private Ambulance
641 H St. N.E, Line. 5543
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor eonnectea
with the original W R. Speare establish
-1009 H St. N.W.
Formerly 940 F St. N.W.
Wm. H. Sardo & Co.
Private Limousine Ambulance
Lincoln 0524
Established 1876
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.
1837 19th gt. N.W. Phone North 8047
ALMUS R.BPEARE
Succeeding the original W. R. Speare Co.
1623 Connecticut Ave.
Potomac 4600
S years at 1206 H at.. 45 years at 946 F at.
Clyde J. Nichols, Inc.
4289 9th St. N.W. Cel. <334.
J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
CREMATORIUM.
333 PA. AVE N.W NATIONAL 1384. 1385.
Quick. Dignified. Efficient Service.
Automobile Service Cfcapgl
W.W.Deal&Co.
818 H ST. NE. LINCOLN 8208.
CHAS. S. ZURHORST
361 EAST CAPITOL ST.
Phene Lineeln 6872.
Joseph F. Birch's Sons
(ISAAC BIRCH)
-ifYU Vs c. N] YV Phone west 0896
dim In at. -N.V\. Established 1841
CEMETERIES^
GLENWOOD CEMETERY
Vanltage $5 per month.
Choice lots and rites far sale.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
GEO. C. SHAFFER
EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS AT MOD.
ERATE PRICES. TEL. NAT. 2416 A NAT. 6186
Open Evening. J4 t h & Eye'
and Sundays '
Prompt Ait. Delivery Service.
Gude Bros. Co., 1212 F St.
Artistic—expressive—inexpensive
BLACKISTONE, 1407 H
Beautiful Floral Designs
$5 and up.
CAIX MAIN 8707 -

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