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H. D. CLAYTON DIES
IN ALABAMA HOME
Wrote Anti-Trust Under Wil
son; Later Became Fed
eral Judge.
»r th* Associated Press.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dcember
JL —The long career as a public fig
ure of Henry Delamar Clayton, who as
Representative in Congress framed the
••ti-trust act, which bears his name,
ended in his death today after an illness
of three weeks. He was 72 years old.
Me was judge of the middle Federal
4Rtrict cf Alabama and Democratic
national committeeman.
Judge Clayton was elected to Congress
from the third Alabama district in 1897
and was re-elected to the seven suc
ceeding Congresses. He retired from
the House with his appointment to the
Federal Judiciary in May, 1914, by Pres
ident Wilson.
Prior to his career in national politics.
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which began with his election In 1888
to the national Democratic committee,
Judge Clayton served his home county
of Barbour as register in chancery and
as a legislator.
He was widely known as a jurist and
possessed a keen sense of humor.
Judge Clayton was born February 10,
1857, in Barbour County, Ala., the son
of Henry D. and Victoria Virginia Clay
ton. His father, a Confederate general,
was killed during the Civil War. After
attending the county schools he entered '
the University of Alabama, where he j
received his A. B. and LL. D. degrees in 1
1877-78. respectively.
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sisters survive him.
PANTAGES IS STRICKEN.
Theater Magnate, Accused by j
Dancer, Suffers Heart Attack.
LOS ANGELES, December 21 (/Fl.
Alexander Pantages, multimillionaire
j theater man, in the county jail pending
| appeal from a sentence of 1 to 50 years
for attacking Eunice Pringle, 17-year
; old co-ed dancer, suffered a heart at
tack during the night and was taken to
the jail hospital, it was learned today.
This morning he was taken back to his
cell, still ill.
Jailer Clement Peoples said Pantages |
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THE SUNDAY STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C., DECEMBER 22, 3929—PART ONE.
GIRL’S TORTURER
FACINGHANGMAN
Student of “Personal Magne
tism” Confesses He Chained
Sufferer to Bed.
| By the Associated Press.
KANSAS CITY, December 21.—The
i death penalty tonight hovered over.
Russell C. Arnold, 53, torturer of 14-
year-old Dorothy Van Camp, neigh
bor schoolgirl, whom he abducted and
held captive for more than 24 hours in
an underground chamber beneath the
garage at his home.
Arnold, former street car motorman
and student of “personal magnetism,”
i was arraigned today and held withe >t
| bond for trial. His plans for enter!
a plea of guilty in return for a life
| sentence were frustrated by Circuit
! Judge A. S. Lyon, who warned he
would be sentenced to hang if he
pleaded guilty.
“You would be better off under the
sod than on it,” Judge Lyon said.
The county prosecutor announced
I that he would ask the death penalty
at Arnold's trial.
Father Attempts Vengeance.
Jerry Van Camp, father of the girl,
attempted to administer summary jus
tice to the attacker of his daughter.
Van Camp wrested a revolver from a
policeman and tried to shoot Arnold,
but was disarmed.
Meanwhile, police were making a
thorough search of the Arnold premises
on the theory that he may have ab
ducted other children, attacked them
and burled the bodies.
, Dorothy Van Camp was rescued yes
' terday from the secret chamber under
Arnold's garage after police became
■ suspicious and dug up the flooring.
. The child was found chained to a bed.
i She had been assaulted and beaten
and was suffering from cold and lack
1 of food.
Digs Cavern to “Study.”
Arnold, in his confession, said he dug
, the cavern several years ago so he
could have absolute quiet in his study
of "personal magnetism," by which he
expected to become able to impose his
■ will on others. At the time, he said,
his home was too noisy because of his
> wife and three children. He has since
been divorced and ha* been living alone
recently.
Dorothy was enticed to Arnold’s
home on the promise that she would
be given 75 cents with which to buy
Christmas presents for her mother and
little brother. She was attacked and
then Arnold forced her Into a trunk,
which he dragged to the underground
chamber. There she was further mis
treated.
SANTA VISITS BUREAU.
Coast and Geodetic Survey Em
ployes Celebrate With Tree.
Santa Claus stomped through the
corridors of the Ccast and Geodetic
Survey Building yesterday afternoon,
and left his calling card in the form of
numerous presents for members of the
staff of the bureau.
A tree set up in the survey offices f
was decorated by Virginia E. Campbell,
Leah Evans and Veronica A. Branagan
and made ready for the visit of the
genial visitor, Impersonated by Joseph
G. Deckelman. Director R. S. Patton
made a short address, pointing out that
the high efficiency of the Coast Survcv
has been maintained during the past
year. Silence was observed for a short
period during the ceremony out of re
spect to the memory of Col. E. Lester
Jones, late director of the survey.
BISHOP KINSOLVING’S
FUNERAL RITES HELD
Burial Beside Bishop Payne in
Episcopal Theological Ceme
tery Near Alexandria.
Right Rev. Luclen Lee Kineolving,
Episcopal Bishop of Brazil for more
than 26 years, who died at Forest Hills,
N. Y., Wednesday, was buried Friday
beside Bishop Payne, former missionary
to Liberia, at whose grave Bishop Kin
solving consecrated himself to foreign
missionary work 40 years ago. The
burial was in the Episcopal Theological
Seminary Cemetery, near Alexandria.
( Always looking upon the career of
the late Bishop Payne, who served in
Liberia during Prelsdent's Monroe’s ad
ministration, as an example. Bishop
Kinsolving, friends recalled, had knelt
at the grave to pray that he might
follow in his footsteps in the foreign
field.
The funeral services were held at the
seminary and were conducted by Right
Rev. Robert C. Jett, Roanoke, Bishop
of Southwest Virginia; Right Rev.
James E. Freeman, Bishop of Washing
ton; Rev. Dr. James W. Morris, as
sistant rector of Epiphany Church,
Washington, and Rev. Dr. Berryman
Green, dean of the Episcopal Theolog
ical Seminary of Virginia. Six nephews
of the Bishop and Dr. A. R. Hoxton,
principal of the Episcopal High School,
served as pallbearers.
Bishop Kinsolving was 67 years old.
He was forced to become Inactive, due
to failing health, three years ago.
BANKER WOUNDS TWO.
GRACEMONT, Okla., December 21
(A>).—Two men were routed and shot
by William Granger, president of the
Graceland Bank, here late yesterday
while they were attempting to rob the
bank.
The two men, Oscar Logston of
Tulsa and Joseph Cherry, were in the
county pail here last night wounded.
Logston’s condition was said to be dan
gerous. Cherry had been shot through
the right elbow*. v
— •
Births Reported.
The following births have been reported
to the Henlth Department during the past
24 hours:
Thomas L. and Pearl O. Edmondson, girl.
Andrew S. and Ruth E. Mills, girl.
Charles W. and Estelle E. Blue, girl.
William H. and Doris E. Myers, girl.
Edward E and Sara T. Parren. girl.
Morris and Myrtle Kalin, girl.
John E. and Prances C. Stanton, girl.
Cornelius and Jessie B. Miller, air).
Ray W. and Katherine R. Carpenter, girl.
Prank W. and Marian Peirce, boy.
Ray T and Martha L. McLean, boy.
Lester A. and Elsa Worch. boy.
Leonard W. and Anne M. Richardson, girl.
Nelson 8. and Eliza B. Perkins, boy.
Eugene and Simone Bonardelll, boy.
Dewey and Ora Peters, boy.
Danes and Lottie Banks, boy.
Chester B and Gertrude H. Simms, girl.
Hazel T. and Barah J. Onley, girl.
William C. and Carrie H. Bowie, girl.
Maurice and Alicia Jones, girl.
Charles and Martha Johnson, girl.
Leroy and Estelle Briscoe, boy.
Elijah and Camilla Oliver, boy.
James and Pauline Richards, girl.
William and Ophelia Ervin, boy twins.
Deaths Reported.
Harry Beasly, 58, Garfleld Hospital.
Edward Carr. 49, Georgetown Hospital.
John W. English, 38. Galllnger Hospital.
Ralph H. Elliott. 19. Sibley Hospital.
Infant to William H. and Lilly Thompson.
3 minutes, 1603 Brentwood rd. n.e.
Timothy G. Fenton, 59. St. Elizabeth's
Hospital. ,
John Briscoe. 58. St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
Lavinia Turner, 52. Casualty Hospital.
Thomas Tibbs. 48. 1311 sth st.
Joseph Muse. 47. 33# B st. s.w.
James HiUard. 40. 1202 Q st.
FOUND.
DOG—Police dog, female, dark. Call Na
tlonal 8088. 22-
FOR LOST ANIMALS apply Animal Rescue
League. 349 Maryland ave. s.w, Nat. 8088.
LOST. “
BAG—If person finding lady's bag Friday,
around 6 pm. near Wisconsin ave. and R
st., or Dumbarton Courts, will return the
bag and contents, they*may keep change.
Potomac 4151. Dumbarton Courts. Apt. 404.
CAT - Strayed from 1931 Pa. ave. n.w., hand
somely striped large gray and black rat:
tall wags from side to side when it walks.
Reward. *
CHOW DOG, large, dark red. Ing haired.
Reward will be paid If located or returned '
to 2600 Tilden st. n.w. Cl. 0593.
DIAMOND BAR* PlN—December 30, at
Kann's or between Kann's and Conn. ave.
and S st. n.w. Liberal reward. Return to
Kann's. first floor office.
DOG—Small, male, white poodle, in Chevy
Chase, night December 19; D. C. tag 13530.
3803 Jocelyn st. Reward. Cleve. 1012. *__
DOG—Wire-haired terrier, clipped, with li
cense tag and harness. Reward. 101 the
Woodley apts. Adams 2066.
DOG. wire-haired Fox Terrier, male, stray
ed from home in Chevy Chase, Md. Re
ward. Phone Wisconsin 2796-J. 22* _
DOG—Wire-haired terrier pup, white with
black eyes, black markings on head; near
Observatory Circle or Mass, ave., Sunday,
Dec. 15. North 1210. Liberal reward.
EYEGLASSES, brown leather cube: Wednes
day. December 18th. vicinity 14th and F.
Call National 1880, Branch 654, any business
day 22-
HANDBAG—Between Conduit rd. at District
line and 16th st. at Spring rd.: green hand
bag. containing gold coins, driver's permit,
eyeglasses and money. Reward. Return to
Lottie R. Richardson. National Training
School for Girls, or phone Cleveland 0333. 22-
KEY CASE, containing several keys: prob
ably on Conn. ave. or Phelps pi., December
19th. Finder please call Decatur 3452-J.
PENDANT, yellow gold, cameo setting: Fri
day am., between 13th and M and 18th and
B n.w.; reward. Franklin 8669-W after
6 p m 23*_
POCKETBOOK—Suede; contained about *l6.
white gold wrist watch: near George Wash
ington University. Reward. Adams 2925.
Conn ave.
POLICE DOG. female, black and tan; Mon
day; no tag: answers to the name of ‘'Pal.”
Mrs. George A. Casey. 1736 Bay st. s.e;
Lincoln 4778-W. Liberal reward.
RlNG—Diamond marquise. Thursday or
Friday; white gold. 28 diamonds and 5
rubles. Liberal reward. Adams >365.
UMBRELLA—WiII party who picked up
green umbrella on Trinidad bus Thursday.
6:30. return 1122 Fla. ave. n.e. and receive
reward? •_
WRIST WATCH—Lady’s, gold: downtown
section; Initials J. A. T. Phone Clev. 0444. 23*
W. B. S. 8. PIN, for attending ten years.
Reward. 916 10th n.e. ♦
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MIDDLE WEST SHIVERS j
AS MERCURY HITS ZERO
kittle Prospect of Moderation Over
Week End Is Held Out
by Weather Bureau.
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, December 21.—The mid
dle West today pulled Its neck deep
inside upturned coat collars and
clamped on earmuffs. The tempera
ture was skating around zero.
Even with the promised sunshine,
the wea l her forecaster saw little chance
of modi rate mercuries for the week
end. and the likelihood of the heavy
snowfall s disappearing for several days
j was remote.
i Tranr portatlon lines for the most
part had gotten back on regular sched
ules. except for overland bus companies,
which still reported country trunk
h*ghways clogged with drifts in many
places. Communication, however, wa
virtually ncrmal once more.
The City of Chicago was continuing
to do all it could to clear the snow, but,
except in business districts and long
boulevards, the removal was being left
to warmer temperatures, when they
arrive.
(Harha nf Shanks.
BROWN. WILLIAM. I wish to thank the
Officers’ Reserve Corps, the Service De
tachment of Fort Myer, Va.; my many
friends and relatives of Virginia. Wash
ington and New York, for the beautiful
floral contributions and friendship .luring
my sadness in the death of my dear hus
band, WILLIAM BROWN. Sergeant. U.
S. A. MRB. CORA BROWN. •
SWIGGETT, CORA. The husband, son and
family of the iate CORA SWIGGETT de
•lre to thank the relatives, friends, neigh
bors. her paste* Rev. W. D. Battle of the
Galbraith A. M. E. Zion Church, and the
organizations of which she was a member
for their condolences, expressions of sym
pathy and beautiful floral tributes.
HUSBAND, ALFRED T. SWIGGETT 22*
EUatlfa.
BARNES. JOHN EPLIN. On Thursday. De
cember 19. 1929. Bt 12:20 p m., at the home
of his sister, 1605 4th st. n.w.. JOHN ED
LIN BARNES, beloved son of Elizabeth
and the late Edward Barnes. He also
leaves a loving wife, four sisters, two
brothers, two nieces. lour nephews, and a
host of other relatives and friends. Fu
neral services Monday. December 23. from
the residence of his mother. 1609 4th st.
n.w., at 1 p.m. Interment at Arlington
National Cemetery. Remains resting at
Wood funeral parlors until Sunday at
9 a m. 22
BEASLEY, HARRY. Departed this life on
Friday. December 20. 1929, at Garfieli
Hospital. HARRY BEASLEY, son of Bettie
and the late John B. Beasley, husband of
Lily M. Beasley and father of Russell C.
and Allen F. Beasley. Funeral from
Wheatley's undertaking establishment. Al
exandria, Va., on Monday, December 23,
at 2 p.m. 22*
BF.HREND, WARREN M. Suddenly, on
Thursday. December 19. 1929. at Pleasant
Hill. N. C., WARREN M. BEHREND. aged
19 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Behrend. Funeral services Sunday.
December 22. at 1:30 p.m.. at St. Alban's
Cathedral. Interment at the Abbey Mau
soleum.
BCRKLEY. JOSEPH. On Saturday. Decem
ber 21. 1929. at his residence,' 723 16th st.
n.e.. JOSEPH, beloved husband of the late
Emma Burkley. Funeral services from his
late residence on Tuesday. December 24.
at 8:30 am., thence to Holy Name Church.
11th and Eye sts. n.e.. where mass will be
said at 9 a m. for the repose of his soul.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 23
CARR. JOSHUA W. On Friday, December
20, 1929. at his residence. 4527 Georgia
ave. n.w.. JOSHUA W. CARR, beloved
husband of Elizabeth S. Carr. He is also
survived by three brothers. Arthur. Solo
mon and Josiah Carr, and three sisters.
Miss Sarah M. Carr, Alice C. Deall and
Madeline Lilly. Funeral services at his
late residence, Monday. December 23, at
1:30 p.m.
CONNAUGHTON. MARTIN. On Thursday.
December 19. 1929. at St. Luke's Hospital.
New York City. MARTIN CONNAUGHTON.
beloved brother of Mrs. John McClellan of
906 23rd st. n.w., Washington, D. C. Fu
neral from the home of his sister at 9
am. Monday. December 23. Requiem mass
at St. Stephen's Church. 25th and Pa. ave.
n.w. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited. 22
COQUIRE. MARY E. Departed this life
on Thursday. December 19. 1929. at her
brother's residence in St. Paul. Minn..
MARY E. COQUIRE. beloved sister of John
F. Coquire. Mrs. Henrietta Hutchinson.
Mrs. Selina Robinson (nee Coquire) of
Chicago, 111., and David J. Coquire. In
terment St. Paul. Minn. 23*
CROSS. ELIZABETH W. On Saturday. De
cember 21, 1929, at 2:20 p.m.. at her resi
dence. 1830 K st. n.w., EUZABEIH W.
CROBB. sister of Miss Anne G. Cross.
Funeral services Monday. December 23, at
10 am., from the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
parlors. 14th and Harvard sts. Interment
Leesburg. Va.
EVANS. LEONORA E. Suddenly, on Thurs
day, December 19. 1929. at 1936 11th- st.
n.w.. LEONORA E. EVANB. daughter cf
the late Josephine H. *McCants. -later of
Rebecca McCants, Glover and Calvin
Evans. Remains resting at Bundy's fu
neral home. 621 Florida ave. n.w. Funeral
Sunday. December 22. at 1 p.m.. from
I Metropolitan A. M. E. Church. M at. be
tween 16th and 17th sta. n.w., the Rev.
William H. Thomas, minister. 22*
LVELETH. CHARLES HEALEY. On Satur
day, December 21. 1929, at the residence
of his daughter, Mrs. R’chard J. Powers,
3101 P «t. n.w., CHARLES HEALY EV
FLETH. Prayer on Sunday; December 22.
at 8 o'clock p.m. Interment at Wilton,
N. H. •
FINNELL. E. CLARKE. Suddenly on Friday.
Decembfg 20. 1929. at his residence. 460
H st. n.w., E. CLARKE, beloved husband
of Ida Levi Finnell. Remains resting at
SafTell's chapel. 733 sth st. n.w. Funeral
services at Berryville. Va., on Sunday, De
cember 22, at 1:30 p.m. 22
HARRIS. INDIA. Departed this life on Fri
day. December 20. 1929. at her residence
m New York Citv, INDIA HARRIS. She
is the beloved daughter of the Inte Rob
ert and Amanda Harris of Agnesvilie.
Va. She leaves to mourn six sisters. Mrs.
Annie Oreen of New York City, Mrs. Pearl
Allen. Mrs. Roxie Thompson and Mrs.
Sadie Mullen of Washington. D. C.: Mrs.
Molly Boxley and Mrs. George Ray of
Agnesvilie. Va. Funeral on Sunday. De
cember 22. at 1 pm., at Agnesvilie, Va.
Loved In life, remembered in death.
THE FAMILY.
The blow was hard, the shock severe.
I never thought her death was so near.
Only those who have lost can tell
The pain of parting without farewell. *
HER DEVOTED SISTER. SADIE MULLEN.
HILLIARD. JULIUS F. On Wednesday. De
cember 18. 1929. JULIUS F. HILLIARD,
beioved son of Victoria Hilliard. He
also leaves three sisters, five brothers
and a host of other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at the John T. Rhtnes
funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. e.w., until
4 p in. Saturday. December 21. thereafter
nt his late residence. 1520 Kingman pi.
n.w. Funeral Sunday. December 22. at
Tarboro, N. C. 22
HOBBS, BRIG. GEN. CHARLES WOOD.
U. S. Army, retired. On Saturday, De
cember 21. 1929. in his 88th year. Brig.
Oen. CHARLES WOOD HOBBS, beloved
husband of Katherine P. Hobbs. Notice
of funeral service will be published later. •
JOHNSON. HENRY THOMAS. Departed
this life Thursday. December 19. 1929. at
Oalllnger Hospital. HENRY THOMAS
JOHNSON, beloved husband of Louise
Johnson, father of Thomas A. and Louise
K. Johnson. He also leaves two brothers,
one sister and a host of other relatives
and friends to mourn his departure. Re
mains resting at the John T. Rhines fu
neral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. a.w., until
5 p.m. Saturday. December 21. Funeral
Sunday. December 22, at 10:30 a.m., from
his late residence. 909 25th st. n.w. In
terment Falls Church. Va. 22
JONES. LULA K. On Saturday, December >
21. 1929. LULA K., beloved wife of William 1
H. Jones. Remains resting at W. W. j
Deal’s funeral home. 816 H st. n.e. In
terment Hatfield. Ind.
KEANE. ELLEN T. On Friday. December
20. 1929, at her residence, 3113 Woodley
rd. n.w., ELLEN T.. widow of the late
Thos. T. Keane. Funeral services from
her residence. Monday. December 23. 9:30
a.m., thence to St. Paul's Catholic Church.
15th and V sts. n.w., where requiem mass
i will be said at 10 a.m. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery, 22*
LONDON, ’LOUISE. Departed this life on
Fiiday. December 20. 1929, at 10 a m..
LOUISE LONDON, mother of George A.
London, wife of the late Westley London
and grandmother of seven childr*n. Fu
neral Monday, December 22, at 3 p.m.,
from her late residence. 410 17th st. i.e.,
thence to Mount Horeb Bap* Ist Church.
16th and C ats. n.e.. Rev. C. H. cox, pas
tor.
MACDONALD. CHARLES R. On Thursday.
December 19. 1929. at 4 p.m., CHARLES
R.. beloved husband of Matilda A. Mac-
Donald. a native of Port Hood. Inverness
County. Cape Breton. Nova Scotia, Canada.
Funeral will take place from his late
residence. 820 North Capitol at., on Mon
day morning. December 23. at 8:30 o'clock,
thence to St. Aloysius Church, where high
requiem msss will be sung at • a.m. for
the repose of his soul. Relstlves tnd
friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. 22
MANSFIELD. JAMES H. On Saturday. De
cember 21. 1929. at hia home. 108 North
Pitt st., Alexandria. Va., JAMES H. MANS
FIELD. Funeral Monday. December 23. at
3 p.m., from Cunningham’s funeral home.
800 Cameron st. Interment Bethel Ceme
tery.
MOBLEY. WILLIAM .W. On Saturday. De
cember 21. 1029. WILLIAM W., beloved
husband of Agnes B. Mobley. Funeral
from W. W. Deals funeral home. 816 H
at. n.e.. on Tuesday.- December -24, at 10
am. Interment Gaithersburg, Md.
NELSON. ®. G. Officers and members of
Columbia Lodge, No. 85. I. B. P. O. E.
of W., are hereby notified of the death of
Brother D. O. NELSON. Funeral from
Frazier's undertaking parlors. 380 Rhode
Island ave. n.w., Monday, December 23,
1929. at 1 o'clock p.m. Morning Star
Lodge, No. 40: Forest Temple. No. 0; Co
lumbia Temple. No. 422. are invited.
HERBERT E. JONES. Exalted Rular.
A. E. WILLIAMS, Sect y.
NUGENT. RICHARD H. On Thursday. De
cember 10. 1929. at hla residence, 1101 O
st. n.w. RICHARD H. NUGENT, devoted
husband of Narcissa G. Nugent and father
of Mrs. Ethel M. Lee. Funeral Sunday.
Decemoer 22. from St Luke's Episcopal
H>urcn rt 1 o'clock. Relatives and friends
invited. * jj
Iratfya.
OWENS. MARY O. On Thursday, December
10. 1020. MARY O. OWENS, beloved wife
of the late Robert Henry Owen*. Fu
• neral from the residence of her daughter.
Mrs Naomi C. Hasel, 1522 U st. a.e ■ on
Sunday, December 33, at 1:30 p.m. Serv
ices at Emanuel Episcopal Church. 13th
snd V sts. a.e.. at 3 P.m. Relatives tnd
i friends invited. Interment St. Barnabas’
I Cemetery, Prince Georges County, Md.
23
I PLUMMER. WILLIAM H. I. On Saturday.
December 21. 1929. at Walter Reed Gen-
Hospltal. WILLIAM H. I. PLUMMER.
Notice of tuners) later
■ PROUT. GABRIELI.A PF.RIN. On Thursday,
December 19. 1929. at Summit. N. J.,
! OABRIELLA PERIN. widow of the late
Col. Henry O. Prout and daughter of the
late Col. Glover Perln. assistant surgeon
I rcneral. U. S. A., and Elisabeth Page
i I eiln. Funeral Saturday. December 21. at
! it a.m., irom C-lvary Church, Summit,
! N. J. •
j Zlirtm ELIZABETH G. On Friday. De
iermnev --. I'jt'.:, at tier residence. ELIZA
BETH U. tnee L ntiiey). beloved »iie ut
Joseph R Rcpeui and mother of Joseph
I B. Repetli. ,ir Remains resting at the
I chapel of A. J. Schlppert. 2008 Pa. ave.
I n.w. Mass will be said st Holy* Trinity
I Church. 36th and O sts. n.w., on Monday,
i December 23. at 9:15 a.m. Interment
| Mount Olivet Cemetery 22*
SACREY. GEORGE CLARENCE. Suddenly
on Friday. December 20. 1929. GEOROE
CLARENCE, beloved son of the late George
F. and Sarah C. Evtcrey. aged 46 years.
Funeral from the chapel of P. A. Talta
vull. 436 7!h . s.w.. .'omlay, December
1 23. at 2 pm Relatives and friends In
vited. Xntwnr'lTt Congressional Cemetery.
22
SIMON. SAMUEL. Suddenly on Fiiday, De
cember 20. 1929. SAMliilL. husband of
Fannie Simon and father of Ruth, Ray.
Edward. Sidney and Everett Simon, aged
55 years Funeral from his late residence.
1416 Longfellow si. n.w . on Sunday, De
cember 22. at. 11 a.m. Interment at Adas
Israel Cemetery. 22
SMITH. LUCY. Departed this life Wednes
day December 18. 1929. at 11:30 a.m.. at
her residence. 1342 29th st. n.w.. LUCY
SMITH, loving mother of Catherine Smith
it’d Gilbert, sister of Lottie.
Samuel. John. Clarence and Georga
ilolmra and Fannie Dean She also leaves
two grandchildren. Funeral Bunday. De
cember 22. at 1 p.m. from Mount Jezreel
Baptist Church. sth and Eats a.e. Re
mains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis west
end parlors. 28th st. and Dumbarton ave.
n.w.. until 1 p.m Saturday, thereafter at
ner late residence 22
STOTT. CLARA A. At Los Angeles. Calif.,
CLARA A., wife of the date Col. William
W. Stott and mother Sf Mrs. Perry L.
Miles. U. S. Army. Funeral services at
Oavvler’s chapel. 1754 Pa. ave. n.w.. on
Monday. December 23. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. 22
TURNER. I.AVINIA ROSS. Wednesday. De
cember 18. 1929. LAVINIA ROSS TURNER,
devoted mother of Emily R. Ross and late
James H. Ross, sister of Elirabeth Barber
Anderson, late Mary L. Barber and Joshua
Barber. Funeral Sunday. December 22.
1:30 p.m., from Third Baptist Church. sih
and Q ats. n.w.. Rev. George O. Bullock
pastor. Remains resting at her late resi
dence. 212 C st. s.e., after 6 p.m. Frlenda
invited to attend. 22*
TURNER. LAVINIA ROSS. Departed this life
Wednesday. December 18. 1920. at Casualty
Hospital. LAVINIA ROSS TURNER, loving
mother of Emily Ross, sister of Mrs. Eliza
beth Anderson. She also leaves a host of
i other relatives and friends to mourn her
departure. Remains resting at the John
T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts.
s.w.. until 4 p.m., Saturday, December 21:
thereafter at 212 C st. s.e. Funeral Sun
day, December 22, at 1:30 p.m.. from
Third Baptist Church. sth and Que sts.
n.w. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 22
UPPERMAN. RICHARD C. On Friday. De
cember 20. 1929. at Walter Reed General
Hospital. RICHARD C., husband cf Daisy
E. Upperman. Services at the Tabler fu
neral home. 928 M at. n.w.. Monday. De
cember 23. at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. Relatives and friends
i Invited to attend. •
WAGNER. MARY A. On Saturday. Decem
ber 21. 1929. MARY A. WAGNER, beloved
mother of the late Mrs. Charles C. Wag
ner of 4511 15th st. n.w. Funeral from W.
Warren Taltavull’s funeral home. 14th and
Bpring rd. n.w., Monday. December 23. 2
p.m. Relatives and friends invited to at
tend. Interment Olenwood Cemetery. 23
WEBB. OLA GRIFFITH. Suddenly on Fri
day, December 20. 1929. at her residence,
3815 31st st.. Mount Rainier. Md., OLA
GRIFFITH WEBB, wife of Thomas C.
Webb Funeral Sunday. December 32. at
2 p.m,. from the Mount Rainier Christian
Church. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme
tery. 32*
Itt HUmoriam.
, BARBER. ETTA. In loving and fond re
membrance of my dear mother. ETTA
BARBER, who left ma one year ago today.
December 22. 1928.
Todav the memory that I hold.
Is more to me than silver or gold.
May she hare God's love and eternal rest.
HER DAUGHTER, LILLIAN B. WOODEN. •
GOBBETT. GEORGE SAMUEL. In (ad and
loving remembrance of my husband.
GEOROE SAMUEL GOBBETT. Who passed
away December 22, 1828.
Before my eyes he faded.
Growing weaker every day.
Doing all we could to save him.
Until God took him away.
More and more each day we misg him.
Friends may think our hearts are healed.
But they little know the sorrow.
That lies within our hearts concealed.
LOVING WIFE AND FAMILY. •
LAWSON. LILLIE V. In tad but lovlnste
membrance of my dear mother, LILLIE V.
LAWSON, who left me one year ago today,
December 22, 1928.
One year has gone, dear mother.
And. oh. how long it has seemed.
Only those who have lost know the mean
ing of the word gone.
It is lonely here without you,
In the midst of friends I am blue.
For beneath the smile's there's an aching
heart.
That is always longing for you.
YOUR LONELY DAUGHTER, ANNA M.
HURDLE. •
MILLER. WILLIAM H. In sad but loving
remembrance of mv dear cousin. WILLIAM
l H. MILLER, who departed this life one
l year ago today. December 22. 1928.
Gone, but not forgotten.
1 ALICE GABBAWAY. •
' MILLER. WILLIAM H. Sacred to the mem
ory of William H. Miller, who ceparted
this life one year ago today, December
32. 1928.
He bade no one a last farewsll,
He said good-by to none.
' I His loving heart had ceased to beat
; And before we knew It he was gone.
1 I RALPH.
1 MOORE. MARY E. In loving remembrance
of my dear mother. MARY E. MOORE,
who departed this life four years ago to
day. December 22, 1925.
When I shall cross o’er the dark rolling
tide.
O what a glad meeting there'll be.
For close by the beautiful pearly white
gate
Ms mother Is waiting for me.
HER LONELY DAUOHTER. OLIVE L.
MADDOX. *
WATKINS. RUTH. In sad but loving re
membrance of our devoted daughter and
sister. RUTH WATKINS, who died one
year aco today. December 22. 1928.
Dear daughter, we did not see you suffer.
Nor did we see you die;
We only know you went away
And did not say good-by.
THE FAMILY. *
f\ineral directors.
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successors of nor connected
with the original W. R. Speare establish
ment inno H Si N W
Phone Frank. 6638. 11 “ al * I, * W *
Formerly 946 F St. N.W.
Wm, H. Sardo & Co.
Private Limousine Ambulance
412 H St. N E. I inroln 1)524
Modern Chapel LlnCOin TOW
Established 1878
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.
i I=M7 lath 31. N.W. Phene N.rtb —47
ALMUSR SPEARE
Saeeeeding the Original W. R. Speare Co.
1623 Connecticut Are.
POTOMAC 4600
• gra. at 1208 H el.. 45 m. at Ml F M.
Clyde J. Nichols, Inc.
' 4209 9th St. N.W. Cel. 6324.
J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
CREMATORIUM.
332 FA. AVE. N W. NATIONAL 1384. 1385
Herbert B. Nevius
Funeral Homa
97* New V.ra Ave. N.W. Mala 3SSS
CHAS. S. ZURHORST
361 EAST CAPITOL ST.
Phone Llaeela 6372.
Joseph F. Birch's Sons
„ (ISAAC BIRCH)
3034 M St N.W Phon# w#u 9099
.~>t- Established 1841
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
Modern National 2473
TIMOTHY HANLON
Funeral Director Private Ambulance
641 II St. N.E. Line, 5543
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Premet Ante Delivery Service.
Gude Bros. Co., 1212 F St.
Artistic—expressive—lnexpenalve.
GEO. C SHAFFER
EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS AT MOD.
ERATE PRICES. TEL. NAT. 241 S * NAT. ties
Open Evenings lAeU £
snd Sundays 00
CEMETERIES.
glenwood cemetery*
Vaultage, $5 per month.
Chetep tota sad sites for salt. a .
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