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\\. TH£ LE£ HQUSE Will Tinkle With Joy Dancing Two Orchestras Superb Supper Novelties Noisemakers Souvenirs for the Ladies Star Entertainers—Under Direction of Edith Reed, Nation- j ally Known on the Air, Who Will Appear in Person. | Celebration Starts at 10 P. M. $6 Per Person—Reserve Your Table Now THE LEE HOUSE lJth Street at L Decatur 0160 I * Tails or Tux? * ... for holiday parties! IFWcfc—or both? Something r m chap may decide for him •elf these days, But whichever It is, tails or tux , you can be M sure of its correctness when W>U choose at The Hecht . Co, * 5* * f n i * I * r Society Brand Tuxedo# .. . S6O Dinner-tex Tuxedos . . . $45 Sheldon Tuxedos • . . S4O ** * • + Society Brand Full Dress . . . $75 Sheldon Full Dress .. . SSO u Society Brand Frock Coat and Waistcoat • . . $75 * # ! * * Waistcoats for Tails or Tux I * $8 $lO sls I Direct Here tori t« the Men’e aothln* Department—«ecoad Floor ™ | That* Three Famous Brands Are ; Exclusive With TJt in Washington |* Tite Becht Co* * “F Street at Seventh ** WEmmmm Take Advantage Tomorrow of Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of Suits, Overcoats, Topcoats Sizes and assortments are at their very best. As usual, it’s an all including gale—only Full Dress and Cutaways are excepted. Fashion Park Charter House Mode Richard Austin Suits S3B and S4O Suits s29* 7^ $45 and SSO Suits $39*75 $55 and S6O Suits $47-75 $65 and S7O Suits $57-75 $75 and SBO Suits $65-75 Overcoats $35 and S4O Overcoats. . $29-75 $45 and SSO Overcoats. . $39*75 $55, S6O, $65 Overcoats, $49-75 $75 and SBO Overcoats. . $(5*75 SBS, SIOO Overcoats. . . $79-75 $l5O, $165 Overcoats. *sll9-75 Top Coats $35 and S4O Top Coat*.. $29-75 $45 and SSO Top Coat*. . $39-75 $55, S6O, $65 Top Coats, $49-75 $75 and SBS Top Coats. . $65-75 S9O and SIOO Top Coats. $75-75 The Mode—F at Eleventh THE E VEXING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 19». THOMAS A WEEDON DIES AT AGE OF 08 Insurance Broker Widely Known in Business and Club Circles. Thomas A. Weedon, 68 years old. general Insurance broker and for many years general agent In the District of Columbia for several insurance com panies. died in a local hospital yester day after a long illness. Mr. Weedon was for the past 26 years general agent for the Berkshire Life Insurance Co. and for the last 33 years general agent for the New Am sterdam Casualty Co., in addition to being general agent for the American Central Fire Insurance Co. and the , Sun Indemnity Co. He maintained of fices in the Union Trust Building. Widely known in this city Mr. Weedon at the time of his death was a member of the Washington Board* of Trade and was a thirty-second degree Mason, having affiliated with various branches of the Masonic fraternity in Louisville, Ky„ many years ago. He was a former member of the Columbia Country Club, the Argyle Club and the Washington City Club. He is survived by two sisters, Miss M. Louise Weedon and Miss Frances E. Weedon Funeral ervices will be con ducted at his late home. 1829 Monroe street, tomorrow at 10 a.m. Interment will be in St. Mark's Parish Cemetery, near Petersville, Md. Whistler sold his well-known portrait of Sir Henry Irving for SSO and a coat. This picture was later bought by Eng land for $25,000. Eisemain’s 7th & F Sts. $35, S4O and $45 SUITS & O’COATS Now Reduced to j£ji|L ‘24.75 ‘33.75 Jk> Buy Now and Save — r Pay on Liberal Terms 'jliJvT 1 of our customers are buying 2 and 3 garments at these rc ' nil i I duced prices. These are genuine re- I ikmOwi pH ductions . . . and the values are most I, pjraßpl p| extraordinary. There are styles for (j ! gjfc H tnen and young men in all sizes. Tl Ip Open an account while these re duction! are available . . . pay in K| January, February and March on % 1 liberal torme. . WASHINGTON’S FINEST MEN'S WEAR STORE ■*■■l Delivery before 8 P.M. is guaranteed on all Dress Clothes selected before 5 o'clock tomorrow . \ Full Dress Tuxedo $65 *4O HancbTailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx Manhattan Dress Shirt $3.50 Black or White Waistcoat ss.so Knox Opera Hat $20.00 Krementz Stud Set $5.00 Stetson Dress Oxford ..$13,50 / Raleigh Haberdasher 1310 F, Street | Insurance Man Pie* mi- afPB b! J ShL 9k THOMAS A. WEEDON. I NEWSBOY STRUCK DOWN BY HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER Sidney Cortvisondt Treated for Head and Face Lacerations After Early-Morning Accident. Sidney Cortvisondt, 14-year-old news boy, was knocked down by a hit-and run driver on Virginia avenue near Sixth street southeast early this morn ing while delivering his papers The youth was taken to Providence Hospital In a passing automobile and treated by Dr. Shea for lacerations of the head and face. He was later re moved to his home, at 734 Ninth street southeast. ZIHLMAN TO ATTACK FRAUD INDICTMENT Representative’s Attorneys File Plea in Abatement, Test ing Legality of True Bill. Representative Frederick N. Zlhlman of Maryland, chairman of the House dis trict committee, today decided to attack the legality of the indictment pending against him rather than stand trial at once on a charge of using the mails to defraud, which grew out of his affilia tion with the F. H. Smith Co. Ac cordingly, his attorneys filed with the court a plea in abatement. Mr. Zlhlman was Indicted by the De cember grand jury along with six other officials of the Smith Co. The others are Daniel R. Crisainger, former con troller of the currency; O. Bryan Pitts, Samuel J. Henry, John H. Edwards, Jr.; C. Elbert Anadale and Henry C. Mad dux. Pleas in abatement were filed in behalf of the other defendants last I month and were answered Saturday by 1 District Attorney Leo A. Rover. The plea in abatement filed today for r Mr. Zlhlman attacks the indictment on precisely the same grounds as the pleas in behalf of the other defendants. In all, 32 technical reasons were set forth as grounds for declaring the indict „ ments invalid. . There had been some doubt as to r whether Mr. Zlhlman would file such . a plea, as he had indicated a desire to secure a speedy trial. It was learned . today, however, that he had been ln ( formed he could not be tried in ad t vance of the other six defendants, even . if he refrained from filing a plea. He t is represented by Wilton J. Lambert and Alvin L. Newmyer. NORRIS LIQUOR CASE REOPENED FOR REVIEW By the Associated Press. The Government has decided to re open the case of Alfred E. Norris of New York, which involved the guilt of the purchaser of liquor shipped to him at his own request. The Department of Justice announced today that it had decided to ask the Supreme Court to review the decision of the Circuit Court of Appeals, which re versed the conviction of Norris on a charge of conspiracy to transport liquor. NorrLs, on several occasions between October. 1926, and February, 1928, tele phoned to a man in Philadelphia orders for liquor to be delivered in New York, it was charged. The liquor was shipped to Norris by express in packages de scribed as paint, ink and olive oil, naming fictitious consigners. The Norris case dealt only with con spiracy to transport and did not in volve the question of the guilt of the purchaser alone. RAILROAD POLICEMAN SUCCUMBS IN HOSPITAL Harry George Fisher. 41 years old, lieutenant of the Pennsylvania Raiload police force of Washington, died Satur day afternoon at the Emergency Hos pital after a brief Illness. Mr. Fisher, a native of Newport, Md., had been employed in railroad police work since coming to Washington 20 years ago. when he entered the police force of the local system of the Penn sylvania Railroad. He was continuously employed by this organization until the time of his death. He is survived by his widow, Hattie Fisher, and three children. Dorothy, Helen and Harry Fisher, jr. Funeral services will be held at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning from the residence, 224 Eighth street southwest. Burial will be in the Trinity Church Cemetery at Newport, Md. $3,500 Takoma Park Bungalow This cozy little home has a living room, dining room, kitchen, bed room, bath and built-in garage, > hot-water heat, electric lights, oak floors. The lot has a front age of over 160 ft. Can be purchased on easy terms. North Washington Realty Co. I 7900 Georgia Avenue Shepherd 2400 or Georgia 4256 "" ' J "■ FOUND. LORGNETTE and chain with ornament*. Please describe. Llggett's, 1807 Conn. ave. 31* LOS! BAO. blue leather, containing glasses. areen compact: left In Red Star Taxi: reward. Phone Cleveland 3170-J. BAR PIN set with diamonds and sapphire*. Mayflower Hotel. Mr*. Vinson Haler Cald well. Navy Yard. Lincoln ISBO. BROOCH, diamond and platinum. Saturda'y: liberal reward. Return to 3601 Connecticut ave.. Apt. 114. BUNCH OP KEYS. Sunday evenln*. In front of La Salle Apts. Notify O. A. Seo fleld. care of Palais Royal. CAT—Large male. ll«ht titer head, back and tail: large white feet, white breast. Adams Mill road. Kenyon st.. Rock Creek Park. Reward Adams 0481. 1» 000. poodle, white, female, about 4 months old. Sunday nlaht In «.e. Reward. Phone Llncoln 4049. 537 11th at. s.e. * EYEOLASSES In case at Palace Theater Saturday. Return to ofllce and get reward. HANDBAG—Oentleman’s large tan hand bag. Initials ••*. M. M,.’’ lost on highway between Washinaton and Richmond. Re ward. Finder please communicate with F Fletcher, 3686 Hudson Blvd.. Jersey City. KEY CONTAINER, black, with "bunch of keys, Saturday. Reward. Call National 9683. LORGNETTE AND CHAIN, “gold, lost on Conn. ave. or F st.: liberal reward. Return to Mrs. J. E. Shoemaker, 1943 Calvert at. n.w. MAHOOANV box. 5x7 inches, filled with keys. Reward If returned to 3838 14th st n.w. » MUFFLER. Saturday evening at Metropoll tan. or F st. to Penna. ave.. or Capital Traction cars to Macomb st. Call Cfeve land 1969-J eve, or holidays. POCKETBOOK. black. Bth and Emerson sts. bus. Reward. Ml 3 sth n.w. » POCKETBOOK. black leather, containing driver's permit, papers and sum of money. Lost Friday or Saturday. Reward. Please return to 706 30th st. n.w. » POLICE DOG, tan and black: liberal re ward. R. j. Baggett. 1400 Morae at. n.e. Lin. 0638. POMERANIAN, white: name Cutle;‘ strayed 1 * nd U ‘ warrant EXS7IO for Vfc share I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. common stock In M * in - iuto . rn chanan at. n.w Col 3633-W. WRMT WATCH, white sold, and bracelet, on Mt. Pleasant car or 11th at. between F and P« ave. Reward. Call North 8701. WRIST Watch—bulova Indy's wrist watch monogrammed. Reward. Pot. 3584. 31* WRfST WATCfir. gentleman'*. with mesh strap. Olandorf make, radium dial; early Sunday morning bet. 4th at and R. I. ave. 2*.' MSL N »i.w. Reward. Phone 1 Pot. 3689-J. 59 Randolph place nw. Bulova! lost on Meridian ph between 14th » nd . )s'b ats. n.w. Reward. Call Cleve- J ® __ 31* \ WAVch. white gold. Bulova make, with bracelet, on atreet car; reward. Phone Oeorgla 1666. 125 “WARD for Information leading to THE WEATHER District of Columbia—Fair tonight and tomorrow, not much change In temperature; minimum temperature to winds ab ° Ut 35 moderate west Maryland—Partly cloudy tonight; to morrow Increasing cloudiness, not much change in temperature; fresh to strong west winds. Virginia—Fair tonight and tomor row, not much change in temperature' fresh west winds. West Virginia—Partly cloudy tonight and tomorrow, not much change In temperature. Records for Twenty-four Hours. Thermometer—4 p.m., 38; g p.m., 37; 13 midnight, 34; 4 a.m., 33; 8 a.m„ 36; noon, 46. Barometer—4 p.m., 29.75; 8 p.m., 29.81; 12 midnight, 29.80; 4 a.m., 29.71; 8 a.m., 29.69; noon, 29.72. Highest temperature, 46, occurred at noon today. Lowest temperature, 32, occurred at 3 a.m. today. ... T , emperature *»nw date last year— Highest, 39; lowest, 28. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Oeodetlc Survey.) Today—Low tide, 2:09 a.m. and 2:16 p.m.; high tide, 7:41 a.m. and 8 p.m. Tomorrow—Low tide, 2.63 a.m. and 2:68 p.m.; high tide, 8:22 a.m. and 8:42 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today—Sun rose 7:27 a.m.; sun sets 4:54 p.m. Tomorrow—Sun rises 7:27 a.m.: sun sets 4:55 p.m. Moon rises 7:28 a.m.; sets 4:38 p.m. Condition of the Hater. Orest Falls—Potomac clear. Harpers Ferry—Shenandoah, Poto mac clear. Weather in Various Cities. ttTtmpe raturr •» I §£ Stations. g 3.2 2R je Wetther> ** 5 er • 7 r • Abilene, Tea.... 30. JO 62 42 ....clear Albany. N. Y... 29.58 38 32 ....Clear Atlanta, Ga.... 30.08 46 36 ....Clear Atlantic City... 39.74 44 32 0.22 Snow Baltimore, Md.. 29 68 44 32 .... snow Birmingham ...30.14 52 36 ....clear Bismarck. N. D. 29.66 44 34 .... Clear Boston, Mass... 29 50 42 32 0.60 Clear Y... 29.54 32 26 0.22 Snow Charleston. B.C. 30 04 56 38 ....Pt cloudy Chicago. 111.. .29.72 38 32 ....Clear Cincinnati, Ohio 29 83 40 36 ....Clear Cleveland, Ohio. 29.68 36 28 0.10 Cloudy Columbia. 8. C. 30 02 62 36 Pt.cloudy Denver, C 010... 29.94 64 36 . Clear Detroit, Mich... 29.66 36 26 0.30 Cloudy El Paao. Tex... 30 20 58 32 ..T”c ia? Galveston. Tex. 30 26 54 60 ....Clear Helena, Mont... 39.56 82 38 ....Pt.cloudy Huron. 8. Dak.. 39 70 50 34 ....Clear Indianapolis.-ind 23 80 40 36 ....Claar Jacksonville,Fla. 30.19 58 40 ....Clear Kansas City,Mo. 29.86 66 43 ....Clear Los Angeles.... 30 02 94 60 .... cioudv IxMiisyille, Ky.. 29.96 46 42 .... Pt.cloudy Miami. Fla 30.12 80 52 ....Pt.cloudy New Orleans... 30.28 58 44 ... Clear New York, N.Y. 29.68 43 30 0.30 Cloudy Oklahoma City. 30.02 63 34 ....Clear 7 Omaha. Nebr... 29.82 64 39 ... Clear Philadelphia,Pa. 29.70 40 30 0.10 Snow Phoenix. Arir. 30.02 79 44 ....Clear Pittsburgh, Pa. 39.68 36 38 0.18 Cloudy Portland, Me... 29.44 34 30 0.12 Clear Portland. Oreg. 30 04 48 38 0.09 Rain R»le‘? h -N C... 29.88 48 32 .... Pt.cloudy Salt Lake City. 30.18 42 26 .... Clear 8s n Antonio.... 30.20 66 44 ....Clear San Diego. Calif 29 96 78 58 .. . . Cloudy San Francisco . 30.06 50 40 ....near St. Louis, M 0... 29.86 52 44 .... Clear ft- Paul. Minn. 29 52 42 30 ....Cloudy Seattle. Wash... 29.88 4% 44 ....Cioudv Spokane. Wash 29 90 54 43 Clear WASH., D. C... 39.68 42 33 .... Cloudy FOREIGN. <7 a.m., Greenwich time, today.) Stations. Temperature. Weather. London. England 48 Cioudv P» r }». France 42 Part cloudy Berlin. Germany 42 Part cloudy Stockhoim. Sweden 38 Part cloudy Gibraltar. Spain ,52 Part cloudy „ . (Noon, Greenwich tiifie, today.) Horta tPayal). Azores... 58 Part cloudy (Current observations.) Hamilton. Bermuda 64 Cloudy San Juan. Porto Rico ... 72 Clear Havana. Cuba 70 Cloudy Colon. Canal Zone 80 Part cloudy BODY FOUNDS STREAM IDENTIFIED BY NEPHEW Millard F. Eckloff, 53, Had Been Missing From Home Since Last Thursday. A body found floating In the Eastern Branch Just north of Benning Bridge this morning was identified at the Dis trict Morgue this afternoon as Millard F. Eckloff, 53 years old, of #O6 Thirteenth street northeast, who has been missing since last Thursday. The identification was made by Earl Eckloff, 1333 Oates street northeast, a nephew. The body, wedged in between two logs in the dredge pond adjacent to the Potomac Electric Power Co., was dis covered by an employe of the power plant. Police had a lookout for Eckloff for the pest week when they were told by Mrs. Eckloff that her husband, a victim of amnesia, was lost. Smith to Hark 56th Birthday. NEW YORK. December 30 (A») E. Smith is 56 years old today and there will be & family party in his Fifth avenue apartment. On January 8 he is leaving for a three weeks’ vacation in Miami with William F. Kenny and John J. Raskob. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. 683 PA. AVE, N.W. NATIONAL 1354. 1188 CHAS. S. ZURHORST 801 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phene Lincoln 0373. Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) 3034 M St. N.W. coo. Herbert B. Nevius Funeral Home 884 New York .Ave. N.W. DUtrlci 3606 . . Quick. Ditnlflta. Efhcient Service Automobile Service Chapel W* We Deal & Co# 616 H ST. N.E. LINCOLN 8100. Frank Gcier’s Sons Co. National 2473 TIMOTHY" HANLON Funeral Director Private Ambulance 641 H St. N.E. Line. 5543 V. L. SPEARE COT. Neither the euccesaore of nor connected with the original W. R. Speare tstabllsh- Phone Prank. 6638. " St. N.W. Formerly 840 F St, N.W. Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance Modrrn St chep E ei Lincoln 0524 ~ Established "1670 JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1337 10th St. N.W. Phoae North 6647 almus r. Speare the Origtaal W. a. Sieara Co. 1623 Connecticut Ave. POTOMAC 4600 Imumißa, *» m, at wm. Clyde J. Nichols, Inc. 4300 Bth St. N.W. Col. 0834. FUNERAL DESIGNS Prompt Auto Delivery Service. Gude Bros. Co., \2\2 F St. Artistic—expreaelvo— Inexpensive. GEO. C SHAFFER fBSHjSP<»iNBSBy i swasi Hth & Eye CEMETERIES. GLENWOOD CEMETERY VawUag% 15 pme month. AWntoto and ikig for nia JOHN BARRETT, BUILDER, DIES AT HIS HOME HERE [ Native of Washington gurvived. by Widow, Son and Daughter. John Thomas Barrett, SI, native , Washingtonian and engaged in the building contracting business here for ■ many years, died at his home, No. 10 Bryant street northeast, yesterday after an illness of three months. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. 1 Annie *. Barrett; a son, Raymond Bar rett, and daughter. Miss Dorothy Barrett. Funeral services will be conducted In Bt. Martin's Catholic Church Thursday morning at 10 o’clock. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. tilarbjs of QHjattk*. ®‘ w * wllh to express our appreciation of our mans friends for their sympathy In our recent bereavement of SeWSVWft. * nd MM WIFE AMD FAMILY. • SMALLWOOD, HARRIET L. We Wish to CX tend to our relatives and friends our sin ?£«* A"® appreciation for the mans favors shown durlnt the last T&LS& rtr L - BMall^d 3ralljn. AI.I.WARDT. HELEN C. On Rundar, De cember as. isas. HELEN c “ns. iiiri beloved wife of Peter W. Allwardt Fu sarvlces at the ehapel of P. a Taltavull, 436 7th st. s.w., on Tuesday! friend 1 'i b, i r nv?t.H In* Dm Relative. and Cemetary Int - rm,nt >( Cedar Hill BAKER. JANNIE. Departed this life on RAW*»* 5, Af D w£, JANNIE BAKER of 1461 Church st. n.w. She /inJ* b°i. mourn their loss a husband. daushters. three sons ~ inends. Remains may be ,9 # S, r «* *• Clark Co. funeral arlor. 1416-11 Fla. avs. n.e.. after 4 n m at th? rector?"of ft oP*S; fn«on * nt H *° lT Ro * od * Cemetery, 'wash- T ' ° n Sunday. December 29. 1929. at his residence. 10 Bryant at. n.e., JOHN T. BARRETT, beloved hus p?<n2r?if Annie E. Barrett 'nee Williams*. Funeral from the above residence Thurs day January 2. 1930. at 8:30 am . thenJe mass t 'win*kl t r.M C t lu « rch ’ w . her * teiulem li. » itid at 9 a.m. for the repot? _his soul. Interment Mount Olivet . Cemetery. Relatives and friends Invited 1 BA im!> Y, J O E?- .°. i 1 Bun <iay. December 39, *t his residence. 3133 I st. n.w. o°dS’ nJ?£ d husband of tha lata Delia Barry. Funeral from the above I , de " c * Tuesday. December 31, at lti°ph.n™ Ch5 l rc < k UI .T9 SSS RsVatlvo and oiflvt t* Cemetery'. tat —«*» ' B 9P E ',? B ®™A V. On Saturday, December JfcuS?-^®f*SU v n M's: 1 w;„;! .it.,, 1 at 2 pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. BOHNKE. ANNA HKLLMUTH. On Monday. •« MutU almwiV A " *:• AHNA HBLL- S°Sath. d !KS!f MJKSTUi Eterken and Hubert O R Bohnk*. FU? SESS& V. >}s« 2°p e m. W l^u;: and' t fr!enda*jnvlted! after a lons illness. JOHN BUR ukbs He leaves to mourn their loaa a > ov ‘n« wife, four children, two statsriVone ft*** and a host of other relatives and f?!fm d .h. funeral Tuesday. December 31. W«Het h^t ,U ?£ r * ?°P* .*? ** rl Ratter. 1208 *Tt*dto*att*nd. “ * 0 elock - FrUndk ln ' BIJSHNELL, ELIFHALET TUCKER, The Di«- ««« °f Columbia Society, Sons of the A “?** R *J o,u tJon, announce with re- TUCKER d nfT t «uSrVr C i omD, L r, ?i RUPHALET Jf BUBHNKLL on Friday, December 37. 1929. at his residence. 1768 Church at SJU.nn. COL. ALONZO ORAY, Pres. Seymour McConnell, see B^* D -_*® A, AH. Departed thla life December BYRD®' wi u!l t .* r . B ** d Ho, t >it *h IBAIAH ?.i*h9,i £?* *5 m '?“ rn their loss a faithful wife, Blanche Byrd: two sisters, ona brother and two daushters. Funeral Tuesday. December 31? from SL Au- J. u * t J n * *• » a.m. Relatives and friends ln lin'l i? 40 m L st. n*w. n * ** Boyd * w.tl di^jteee’mbe? L 3»?' 1939? < l?t® , hfs residence' ”38 Pa. ave. s.e.. RALPH, beloved husband th« . Carrello. Puneral from 2 h *io* b o Bv S. re « ,denc ® ?2? Thursday. January 3. 1930. at a a.m : thenea to St. Francis R*2®J£'» Church, where mass will be said at 9:30. Relatives and friends Invited. 1 C^3a?r£ihf! 1 '' B ' . * u<, danly. Monday. December SO. 1929. at har residence. 647 Lament st. n.w., BLANCHE B. CLARK Funeral services at her late residence on Tuesday. December 31. at 3 pm . Rev friand?*!rM»!?»Ji® Rilatlvaa and friends Invited. Interment Sumner, HI. CHASE. GEOROIANA VIRGINIA. Da ?a« d .* Mondav. Dacembar 30. 1 it ■2Ji. r,, , l « n SI 1 , °i niece, Mra. RM SftiS.V'fprai ISr&rSJ"*'-' T M2i Departed thla Ufa on srsitsas’aAffl s. ?.t»; mourn their loss three brothers, one sis *®ri * n< L* host of other relatives and friends. Remains restlne at tha w^« r ? 2 J?• Clarke Co. funeral parlor, hereafter I*' 1 *' * V *' Notlfe of Dinerai *VA O. On Sunday. December *!• 4, l **** *fA 0., the beloved daughter "J T? nd . th * Thomas O. Crutcher ?l , 171 , 4 u «.w. She leaves to mourn !m r kSrt,i devoted mother, four sitters, .‘"i 1 * £ o,t °i oth ”' vela **ves and friends Remains resting at S'njT S Washinston’s funaral home. 487 [fewacasa !& atAthH- “ * **'*«“ D i« D u»i c ARi;- On Saturday. December Ida ave. n.w., until 5 p.m. Tuesday. De- t, ** r 9after at his late residence. at- n.w.. Apartment 2. Fu neral Thursday. January 2. 1930. at 3 pm., from Union Waalay A. M. B. Zion »rd and L sts. n.w. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 1 i O,l Sunday, Decem ber 29. 1929. at her realdenet. 462 I it. n » w » A ‘ KCOENIA DA Via. belov.d sister of Emma T. Suter. Funaral from V. L. Spears’Co,. 1009 H st. n.w., on Tuesday. Decomber 31. at 3 p.m. DYSON. ALBERT. Departed thl» life Thurs day. December 28. 1929. at Oalllnter Hos pital. ALBERT DYSON. devoted frlind of Mrs. Eatelle Roblnaon of 38 O at. a.v. He leave* other friends and relatives to mourn h i departure. Funeral Tuesday. December 31. at 1:30 p m., from the John T. Rhine* funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. In terment Arlincton National Cemetery. 2” Saturday. Decern ber 38. 1838. at Emergency Hospital. HARRY O. rnniß, beloved husband 1 of Hattie Fisher. son of Mrs. JoseDhlne Flaher Funeral Tuesday, December 31. *‘• 30 a m.. from his late residence. 334 Bth st. a w Interment at Trinity Chureh. Newport* Md. • r . d *&lov?d K“M. SVW",.£ ’& '«&*& residence, 83 N. Y. ave. n.w., on Tuesday morntna. December 31, at 1:30 o clock, thence to Bt. Aloystus Church, where reoulem mass will be said at • o clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. 30 THEODORE H. On Sunday. De cember 29, 1929. at 8 am., at his resi dence. Sareent road. Brooicland. D C r OaRLEM, beloved husband of Mabed F. Oarlem tnee Hiser). seed 38 years. Funeral from his late residence on Tuesday. December 31. at 11 am. Serv . f S* Creelc Cemetery at 11:30 pMvatt ®* rT,ce * •* th * hom * will , GASKINS. LOTTIE MARIE. Departed thla ffo svrs mt sssabi&.’au! ter ol Dudley and Hattie Burke Gaskins. Remains may be teen at Holloway's fu «V»l P*r‘or»- I*l *ts. s.w.. Monday !*• funeral Tuesday, December 31, at Waterfall. Va. «» r .sf 11:30 a m . from the Presbyterian Church. Leesburg. Va. ■ARMS. ALICE. Departed this life Satur day. December 33. IMS. at 1:0* a.m., at lol ,i at. n.w , ALICE HARRIS, widow of Edward Harris and devoted mother of Mrs. Rosa Parks and Mrs. Stella Pryor, and sister of Mrs. **smls L. Washington. Puneral services at Shiloh Baptist Church Tuesday. De cember 31. at 3 p.m. Friends invited. ■UGVELY. ACHSAH A. On Monday. De- SSB IV f j ' Oll -Wednesday. January L l#so, 1 Relatives and friends Invited 9 * ,A £9 IM L- RCRRRT R. Departed thla Ufa * fftiirday, pec.mber 36. 1929. gt hie reel- AORBRT * JAOOsi; tie* dev*oted huaSead m!SS l 1 January t. 1630, from * Wiiaon'e funeral parlor. 1146 L et.. at 1:30 p.m. gj. KOLIPINSKI-MeOLUE. OTTILIE. On oun . Pli's£KlieOLUE.®’ bekwad^elfe^of * i f dauthter of 5 ff £.*? d *6* Dr. Louie Koiipinakl. r wi 1 , 1 , raaldeaee. Silk ingomer at. ivw.. on Thursday. Jenuary ) c'hSieh J?’ “At Mary’s r |®t l 0 o clock. Relatives and Ma*ry d a c n .m^ry. lnt,rm,nt prlT,te “«,«• . N, f»>* A! <’ LOUISE ETHEL. On Sunday. * LOUISE r CTHEL®' RICKMAN!' 1 ' ohSli**iuM ICk . ra !i n .* llr > St.. Chevy , aas.y-jg‘ras , s- B?e2mbe^ Un sV ,I .t* r i d aa lnUrro * nt T uaadey. SVi ohio ' *‘ * 4l “ »•■■■•- - "^ I r L, 2e CH i^ fi BTI .? A n .? n •«“*«• Decem wnce,' 1353'Euclid 1 at n*w’ CHRIWiNA ferSLS?’< «s- ls v^P SsfesJsl? '••«»«« WSK* : 10.. n *. P i'.y\2id %dhB»fVISSWS : and Sfc? T n u2,d r . , ; n mi r niS«* r .* 1 1 'Fr'j-'K*'”*.«. flmV wa cortez'w! t'ETTRa lx,lt,d Ruler. Al in 9 *\t g!f«d.y. De- ALBKRT L. Wf’iNBURO 84 .?.°J U T. bl * r 6 ‘ beloved son ofthe lit. Congressional Cemete*y. ** *' interment * A ?f J; Ruddenly, on Dt eribwg. , Md”®’wi t LU* A1 S om i n *« r be , b , .? 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JoS: yro?a eeo P tKt? k° the * r *at bcvon??our who r * 1 5, , . 0 ..,5£f W hil* ‘oSly* know- A stranger to fear, he had tB hSSrt of a child and tha raodesty of i titl Ta was to him . pjeaeurt. £2 manlineM «o #, Sug*ht‘ffi rf.MWSsa Y “ n - H * Tl ir2nt hl l l i«? ,, 9 or7, Uk J holy light. 11 ** ln ° ur A *A r t*> will improvw Ror ,h * U look ,plr,r And truth more W them** thl " k hOW h * Ut *® but to lov* By order of the church. wiu2&,%. fcwtarau'-"- EMMA J. in sod but loving remem -0«S j’ kMO, whS left *u.*sevro ,< yeM9 ego today, December 30? 1922. ” ' "aaBftSSHHLWM Ju«t a line of sweet remembrance. ?...?** *, 7 , * m °yy> 1 fond and true: Ju i£. \ t°b*n of love's devotion. That our heart* still long for you FAMILY. • R A I'M-HOLDER. LILLIE r. In loving meui- E4, 0 ’i r v “°9i ,r - uun f. raum aoUDEß. who died seven years ago today. H®R DAUGHTER. 80N-IN-LAW AND a%" a -^kl TAYLOR, MATTHEW M., Jr. In sad but left me suddenly one year ato today* De cember 10. 1929. * Th ® l mjrry shout, ‘'Where is mamma?" No longer can I hear. No tender kiss upon my cheek. No smiling face I see. <. Dear Lord, how could I give my boy up To any one but Thee? T Only a memory of by-gone dare And a sigh for a face unseen. But a constant feeling that Ood alone Knows just whai should havo been. MOTHER. • TAYLOB, MATTHEW M.. Jr. DeperUd this m. <&&&** wvvoß-fa”. «• Oone, but not forgotUn. JEAN. • TAYLOR. MATTHEW M.. Jr. In sad but S&tiffe'iS. on# ”* r m £J s&sp W mem?rance ; aPour , 'dear| lathee 1 aso today, I Lovlns and kind In all your ways. ags& : n n d d gs £ ewriap ass*** What a beautiful w s MO todir^cemb?r% n o er i» d 3/ Mt * D# w hie children. • intrara** wp.