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The Chief Executive and First Lady of the Land to Dine Tonight With Cabinet Officer. . » PRESIDENT and Mrs. Hoover will dine this evening with the Sec retary of the Interior and Mrs, Wilbur, which will be the seventh of the dinners given by cabinet officers for the Chief Executive and First Lady of the Land. The din ner, which the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Adams were to have given, is indefinitely postponed because of the absence of the hosts, who are in London | attending the Naval Conference. The Secretary and Mrs. Wilbur were | hosts at dinner last evening at the Mayflower, having as their guests the : Minister of China and Mnu. Wu. Sen ator Thomas Walsh. Representative Edith Nourse Rogers. Representative and Mrs. Addison Smith, Representa tive and Mrs. Don B. Colton, the As- j sLstant Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. | David S. Ingalls Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor. Mr. and Mrs. George Aker sbn. Mr and Mrs. Horace Albright, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davies, and Dr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Wilbur. Ambassador of Italy and NaM Antoinette de Martino Host. The Italian Ambassador and Nobil j Donna Antoinette de Martino will en tertain at dinner this evening. Nobil de Martino will be at home Monday afternoon for the last time \ this season. The Ambassador of Brar.il, Senhor MEMORIALS IN GBANITB. MARBLE and BRONZE ON DISPLAY at «« NEW YOB* AVENUE N W Washington Granite Monumental Co., Inc. WILLIAM JAR DIN*. Sect* 448 N. Y. Ato. N.W. Natl. 5870 Woodward &Lothrop Down Stairs Store 125 Specials Offered at Special Savings in The 50th Anniversary Selling—Monday White Swan Uniforms Fabric Gloves, Special Three-Piece 1 Our popular Uniforms in $1.50 ' hree styles. Tan, gray, 85c _ white, black and pm- brown. S'/ 2 to 7/ 2 . ¥^^ll striped blue. Sizes 34 to 46. 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Gurgel do Amaral, was host at din. ner last evening when his guests were the Ambassador of Spain, Senor Pa dilla; the Ambassador of Chile and Senora de Davila, the Minister of Portu gal and Viscountess d'Alte, the Min ister of Bolivia and Senora de Dies de Medina. Representative and Mrs. Fred A. Britten, the commercial coun selor of the Swedish legation and Mme ; Weidel, the second secretary of the Cuban embassy and Senora de Quell, former United States Ambassador to Russia and Mrs. George T. Marye, Mr. I and Mrs. Richard V Oulahan, Mr. and Mrs. Demarest Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward R. Finkenstaedt, Mrs. J. Borden Harrlman, Mrs. Duncan Cameron, and the first secretary of the Brazilian em i bassy and Senhora de Almeida. The Ambassador of Cuba and Senora de Ferrara will be the guests in whose honor Mr and Mrs. Everett Sanders will entertain at dinner this evening at the Mayflower. The Acting Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Ernest Lee Jahncke were hosts at a reception and musicale yes terday afternoon in the grand ball room of the Mayflower, presenting Miss Edna Thomas of New Orleans, known as •The Lady from Louisiana," in "an hour of Old Creole songs." There were approximately 200 members of the diplomatic corps and official and resl- > dential Washington present. Miss Thomas and her accompanist.; i Miss Mary Hyams. also of New Orleans, i appeared in the picturesque pantalette costumes worn during the period when rhe best of the old Creole songs origi nated. which, according to Miss Thomas, was shortly after the close of the Civi War. when the spirit of resentment at being in slavery had disappeared and the Negroes were deeply impressed with i their future as free men. Miss Thomas' i THE K\Ai\lN(j ST AH, WAM 11 Mit< O. NAi i kl >A ,>U l AliY 22, 1930, gown of yellow crinoline was made with a tight-fltting bodice of satin and a long bouffant skirt, and her accompanist wore the same style dress of black lace over blue. The program yesterday included a group of Negro spirituals, several of her best numbers being "I Wanter Be | Ready,” "Go Down. Moziz” and "I Got Two Wings ” "Danse. Conni Connain” and “Chere, Mo Lemme Toi,” in the group of nursery and love songs of the Creole Negroes, sung in a patois pecu liar to Louisiana, a combination of Fiench and Spanish dialect, were also charmingly rendered by the beautiful Southern artist. Much applause was also given when some of the street songs of New Orleans were so realistically sung by Miss Thomas, especially the one of the chimney sweep and the blackberry woman’s song, the latter given as it had been heard many times by the interpreter in the early morn ing and then about noon when the cry, while still very musical, had taken on a thrilling if melancholy tone. Miss Thomas has done all her own research work in connection with the rendition of these lovely old songs— going out among the Creole Negroes, who, the artist explained, were de scendants of the slaves formerly owned by the Creoles, the French and Spanish settlers who mad ethelr homes in six or seven of the parishes in the southern part of Louisiana. Miss Dorothy Stuart and Miss Frrnces Buck, two lovely New Orleans girls who are in school in Washington this Winter, presented the programs yesterday to the guests, carrying out the Southern atmosphere of the gather ing by appearing in the bouffant frocks of thp Civil War period. An “ole mammle” with a large basket of pra lines was also in attendance during the tea hour with quantities of the de licious New Orleans sweets. The Chinese Minister, Dr. Wu. was host at luncheon today, entertaining in compliment to the Chinese Minister to ! j the Court of St. James. Dr. Sao-Ke j i Alfred Sze, who was Dr. Wu's predeces- j ! sor at this post. Others in the com ! pany were the Secretary of the Interior,; Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur; the Ambas sador of Turkey, Ahmed Mouhtar Bey; | Mr. Justice Harlan Fiske Stone, Sen ator Clarence C. Dill, Senator Harry j B. Hawes, Senator Henry J. Allen. ! Representative Stephen G. Porter, Rep- I resentative J. Charles Linthtcum, Rep- j ! resentative Leonidas C. Dyer, Repre- j l sentative Hamilton Fish, jr.; the director general of the Pan-American Union, Dr. Leo S. Rowe: Rear Admiral Marie Bristol, the Aaslstant Postmaster Gen eral. Mr. Warren Irving Glover: Dr. Stanley Horn beck of the State Depart ment, Gen. Henry T. Allen, Col. R- C. ' Poy, Comdr. Theodore F. Wilkinson, ( Maj. L. A. C. Kroner. Dr. W. F. Wil ; loughby and Mr. Lester H. Woolsey. Dr. Sze will be in Washington for a i week or 10 days and is staying at the « Powhatan. He will sail Wednesday, March 12, aboard the American of the ' United States Lines, accompanied by i his two daughters, who attend school [ in New York. [ The charge d’affaires of Poland. Mr. Podoski, will be host to a small com pany informally at tea this afternoon in his apartment. Senator and Mrs. Clarence C. Dill are entertaining at dinner tonight in the crystal room at the Willard in honor of Judge Florence Allen of the Ohio Supreme Court, who has come to Washington to broadcast at 6:15 | o'clock this evening for the Women's , International League for Peace. Rep resentative Hamilton Fish. jr., of New ! York will also give a short address, i Mrs. Dill is chairman of the radio | committee of the league, and every Saturday night she arranges for speak ers to broadcast over a Nation-wide hook-up. Senator Jesse H. Metcalf entertained a small party at dinner last evening at the Carlton. Senator and Mrs. William E. Brock were the ranking guests at a dinner given by Col. Wade H. Cooper at his home on Massachusetts avenue last evening. Others in the party were Miss Minnie j Brock, sister of Senator Brock; Rep j resentative and Mrs. Edwin L. Davis, ! Representative and Mrs. B. Carroll | Reese, Mrs. Robert Love Taylor, Dr. John Wesley Hill, chancellor of Lincoln Memorial University, and Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Hill acted as hostess for Col. i Cooper. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. George S. Sim mons gave a dinner party last evening at the Army War College, when their ! guests were Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Lytle Brown. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Colden L'H. Ruggles, Brig. Gen and Mrs. Samuel Hos, Col. and Mrs. Henry M. Morrow, ! Col. and Mrs. H. J. F. Thurston, Col, | and Mrs. Guy V. Henry. Col. and Mrs. , Edward Croft. Col. and Mrs. Lorenzo D. Gasser. Col. and Mrs. Ray Pratt, Lieut. ’ w nd *? rs - *U. Collins, Lieut. Col. c 5H51 *£T, s ' A - D. Chaffin. Lieut. Col. and ' Lieut. Col. and Mrs. C. ' .55 lt i. Lteut - C Ol - Campbell Hodges. ' F. w. Mahin and Mrs . Martin B. Garber. - Gierasch-Hellen Wedding In Bride s Home Today. ! .. A wedding of particular interest to the older members of Washington so » clet y- p ec ause the bride’s family has for - several generations lived in the Capital. I i? 3 t, l noon today of Miss Mary Thom Hellen, daughter of Mrs. Heller, and the late Ben Hellen, to Mr. Walter ■. Glerasch of Concord, Mass., son of Mr _ and Mrs. Walter S. Gierasch of tha: j city. The ceremony took place In the home of the brides mother. 2023 R street II northwest, and on account of mourn i lng in the bridegroom's family, the d~- i tails were quite simply arranged. The e rccor of St. Thomas' Church, the Rev. e C. Ernest Smith, officiated, with only 5 the members of the two families prei s ent. - The bride’s sister, Mrs. Thomas W v Bowers of N?w York, attended her, and she was escorted and given in mar -3 riagr by her brother. Mr. Arthur Hellen. y Mr Gierasch had his brother, Mr - David Gierasch of Concord, as best s man. Following a wedding trip, the bride and bridegroom will go to Concord. J Mass., to make their home. The counselor of the Swiss legation . a *'d Mme. Lardy entertained at dinner p I last evening, their guests including the I Minister of Switzerland and Mme. Peter, : the Minister of Bulgaria and Mme. Radeff. the counselor of the Nether , lands legation, Mr. van Hoom; the as sistant military attache of the French embassy and Mme. Thenault and Mrs. j William Barret Rldgely. Mr. Latimer L. Grimes of Steuben -1 ville, Ohio, is visiting at the home of • the postmaster and Mrs. William M., Mooney at their residence. 4407 Eight eenth street northwest. Mr. Grimes Is . a prominent banker of that city. ! Mr Charles Lawrence. Assistant At „ torney General, entertained a party of six at dinner last evening at the j Carlton. The Dancing Class, composed of 60 married couples from the younger mar ried circles of Washington society, will meet tonight at the Carlton Hotel for the third dance of the season. The last of the series for the Winter will be given Saturday evening. March 20, at the Carlton. Mrs. Robert W. Imbrie will entertain at dinner this evening at the Carlton her guests numbering 14. Spectacular Society Circus at Fort Myer, March 29. Fort Myer always adds its quota of brilliancy to Washington social life and just now the talk of the post is the annual society circus, to be given in the Riding Hall at Fort Myer, Satur day afternoon and evening, March 29. Preparations are going on to make this circus the largest and most spectacu lar ever held there and the younger members of Washington society will be in leading roles. The debutantes will participate in the hunt ride, which will be led bv the hounds from one of the local hunts. They will also be seen in the tandem drill and in an exhibition of fancy rid ing. An elaborate program of rough rid ing is being prepared. In this act will be seen such movements as the glide, the broken wing and the tail drag. In the gymnastic ride will be seen four of the picked mounted gymnasts performing in a thrilling dive of over thiry feet, clearing three horses in one jump. Os course, there will be clowns for the children and for the grown-ups, too. Members of Washington society who have been invited to perform are: Miss Charlotte Chllddess. Miss Kath arine Lowman. Miss Betty McNally, Miss Elsie Tuckerman, Miss Henrietta Allen. Miss Suzanne Bradley. Miss Marian Jardine, Miss Harriet Mitchell, Miss Jane Hanna, Miss Engracia Freyer, Miss Grace Stuart, Miss Clara Bolling. Miss Elizabeth Hume. Miss Helen Stone. Miss Dorothea Lane, Miss Helen Walker, Miss Beatrice Patton, Miss Sophy Snyder, Miss Ruth Reilly, Miss Rebecca Davidson, Miss Belle Johnson, Miss Hattie Wise, Miss Phyllis Hight, Miss Mary C. Henry, Miss Ruth Ellen Patton, Miss Laura Tuckerman, Miss Christine Ekengren. Miss Ade laide Henry. Miss Elvira Johnson, Miss Eleanor Corby, Miss Mary P. Bradley, Miss Lucille Swift, Miss Bina Day Deneen. Miss Loranda Proehnik, Miss Adair Childress, Miss Adelaide Bride, Miss Mary Ingraham Henry and Miss Francesca McKenny. Col. Edward H. Schulz, commandant of the Engineer School, and Mrs. Schulz will be at home informally tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 o’clock at their quarters. Fort Humphreys. Va. Mrs H. F. Pipes, wife of Col. Pipes, Medical Corps, and Mrs. H. A. Finch, wife of Lieut. Col. Finch. Engineers, will pre- J side at the tea table. Mrs. Fulton Lewis will be at home this afternoon from 4 to 7 o’clock at her residence, 1669 Thirty-first street, j Judge Florence Allen of the Supreme Court of Ohio is at the Dodge Hotel for the week end, having come to Washing ton to speak over the National Broad casting network for the Women's Inter national League for Peace and Freedom this evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Jeffries Chew ning. jr., took possession yesterday of the apartment at 2540 Massachusetts avenue which they have leased. Mrs. Chewning was before her marriage | February l Miss Margo Couzens, daugh- i ter of Senator and Mrs. James Couzens. Justice and Mrs. Townsend Scudder of New York are guests at the Willard. The justice was formerly a member of Congress and is now justice of the Su preme Court of New York State. Princess Ataloa. well known con tralto of the Chickasaw tribe of Okla homa. Is arriving this evening at the Dodge Hotel, where she will give a con cert, in the lounge, at 8:30 o’clock. Sun day evening she will sing at the Beth any Baptist Church, of which the Rev. Hugh T. Stevenson is pastor. Among those lunching at the Carlton on Thursday were Mrs. Albert Wash bum, wife of the American Minister to Austria: Mrs. Morgan Shuster, Mrs. Wilbur Keblinger and Mrs. Alexander j Lyons. Miss Elvira Johnson, daughter of! Capt. and Mrs. Alfred W. Johnson, left ! yesterday for Annapolis, where sire will I spend the week end. She will attend I several festivities at the Naval Academy, j Dr. Mark O. Davis has returned to i Washington after a visit to his aister, Mrs. E. Selden, in Miami, Fla. Maj. and Mrs. Oeorge C. Beach will J || Published Feby. 21 ‘Arrows of Desire * A Novel of Washington and Virginia I BY JUDITH CLARK WM. BALLANTYNE & SONS I smys***™i42i f st. |; FOR RENT Four rooms, Kitchen and bath. Electrical Refrigeration. Reasonable Rental 2001 16th St. B r&” C^ N mo FS J I^- \ h t U Aid«r v » ; HELEN PRENTISS BAILEY. beJoved 2’°.w r £ ai ley an<l Dr Prentiss ®*day rJbS n 2 n ’ S ‘ C " Sa ‘- BROOKS. JOSHUA. On Tliursdiv. •" lei£* 1*- n K.JS" Rhter - three sisters-ln d.T EPh?,?.rv Funeral Sun- Vrn»»T eb T.rv| 3 s 2 Z' 9 0 - *t 1 p m - from w - Ernest j®x\is Co funeral oirlort 2222 Georgia ave. n.w. 1 parjors, BELL - Departed this f'nS '*■ 1930. at 5 a.m.. uo. G< rlr.li»n,n UPO J lD - daughter of the wife of the late of Harry Buford. JamM and Ha!?. LUCkett. StSter Os p OT’m« »*mVntfrfji H Mary Bradley and 'a Shf »lao leaves other relates and friends R ema |ns rrs tln« at £ rvl " Co - funeral parlors. IbrneVa. from her late 6th st P JV 23 BURDETTE, WH.I.tS B. Suddenly at his r°4W m" wlm. February 2?! 1930. Ht T i?tu husband of wahrnarv ?V rc l ettc Funeral Sunday. \MothnHiet nhtt!}* 3 P m * rom Rockville Cemetery. " k ° n Friday. February pi' tsd A T ton J. : i Hospital. Altoona. Tvf.' CI !RRY. eldest son of the late John W. and Elisabeth F. Curry. Funeral and Interment Hollidavsburg, Pa. ° twin ’ ° n , Rridny. February St. i® 30 - C ARRIE, beloved wife Funeral from her late residence. 420 Shepherd at. n w„ Monday. February 24. at 2 o clock. Intermvnt at Rock Creek Cemetery. 22* DUNHAM. JOHN WETHKRBUE. Jr. On Fri day Pebruary 21 1930. JOHN WETHER *°n °f John Wetherbee and Edna Scott Dunham, need 6 weeks. Funeral ■ services at 216 Bryant st. n.e.. Monday. ________________ ' sail for the former's post in Paris Wed nesday, March 5. Mai. Beach, who was recently decorated by the Secretary of War with the Distinguished Service Cross, will be in charge of the medical unit detailed in France to take care of the gold star mothers’ pilgrimage this Summer. They will sail on the S. S. George Washington of the United States Lines. Mrs. Childress Buckner Gwyn will entertain 10 tables of bridge in her home, on Park road, Friday. February 28. from 2 to 4 o’clock, for the benefit of the Americanism committee fund. Those taking tables for their chap ters are Mrs. Brumbaugh, Livingston Manor Chapter; Mrs. Mary Anderson. Lucy Holcombe Chapter; Mrs. Crowell. Louisa Adams Chapter; Miss Mary Beatrice Gwyn, Abigail Hartman Rice Chapter: Mrs. Gross, Richard Arnold Chapter: Miss Stout. Continental Dames Chapter; Mrs. Kerans, Our Flag Chap ter; Mrs. Robert Ferguson, Deborah Knapp Chapter, and Mrs. Gwyn, Inde pendence Bell Chapter. Mrs, W. H. Wanamaker of Potomac Chapter, Mrs. Joseph Whiting and Miss Maude Moreland of Independence Bell Chapter are patronesses. About 200 people will attend the Washington birthday dance at the Army, Navy and Marine Corps Country- Club tonight. Among those entertaining at dinner preceding the dance are Gen. s. O Fuqua. Col. P. H. Worcester, Col. M. S Jarvis, Col. S. F. Mashbir, Capt. Yancey Williams. U. S. N.; Maj. J. M. Mc- Dowell. Maj. Walter Clark, Capt. A. D Bruce and Lieut. E. A. Nash. Mrs. Henry H. Low of New York City who is passing the late Winter in Washington at the Mayflower, was a dinner hostess last evening, entertain ing in the palm court of the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Merle O. Lalne are visiting the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson, before starting for their future home, in San Diego. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Laine. the latter formerly Miss Margaret Anderson, were married December 12, 1929, the Rev Leonidas I. McDcuglc officiating. Dinner Parties Precede Wesley Heights Dance. Among the many people who are en tertaining before the dance to be given at the Wesley Heights Club House this evening are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ramsey Edminster and Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner Ladd, who are entertaining at the letter's home on Loweil street Their guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Guy McKinney, | Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs, Capt. and Mrs. Le Roy Shoemaker, Dr. and Mrs. William Ballinger, Mr. and Mrs. How ard Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gar ret. Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Miller, Mr George O. von Nertaand and Mr. and Mrs. James Austin Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Morris D. Ervin of Forty-fourth street are entertaining before the dance, their guests being Dr. and Mrs. R F Mehl and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Freer. Mi.ss Marie Wallace of Brookland ac companied by Miss Marv Jo Clark and Miss Dorothy Paige, motored to Old Point Comfort for the week end. They were entertained Friday evening at Langley Field and Saturday evening at the Chamberlain-Vanderbilt Hotel at Old Point, both affairs being dances given by Air Corps officers from Lang ley Field, including Lieut. J. H. Wal lace, Air Corps, formerly of Washington. 1 j Miss Mary Frank is to be the guest of j I honor of a gropp of her former pupils. 1 I who have arranged a Washington’s j j birthday party to be given in the stu- 1 j dios of Miss Frances Gutelius tonight.! I A committee composed of Mrs. Marshall! Davis. Mrs. Wynne Johnson, Miss OuteliM and Mr. Philip Ransom will 1 welconfc any of Miss Franks friends. The revival of the comedy of 100 years ago, ‘The Honey Moon," next Friday and Saturday nights, February 28 and March 1, at McKinlejvaudito rium by the Community Drama Guild of Washington 'is attracting consider able interest and keen anticipation i among drama lovers in the city, many | of whom are making reservations for } one or the other night of the play, which is being given by an all-Wash ington cast of players. . Among those who have taken tickets for “The Honey Moon” are Mrs. Thomas Montague Clark, Mrs. Nina Allender, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Davis, Mrs. Fred erick Fairfax Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. Lyman Keblcr, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Lewis, Prof. John Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. Denis E. Connell, Miss Helen S. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Cuno H. Ru dolph, Mrs. Henry W. Seymour, Mrs. Thortias W. Sldwell, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Sidney Smith, Mrs. Harrison Stidham. Mrs. Lyman B. Swormstedt. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Willard and Mrs. W, W. Wirgman, FOUND. AUTOMOBILE ROBE -on Friday. Apply at 1012 South Carolina ave. s.e. 23* ' ] I.OSI, ! BAR PlN—The Nichols Company, at 626 j Bund Buildinit, oiler a substantial reward ! for thr return of diamond bnr uin about I i2'j Inches lour, lost m or near the Willard I Hotel on or about January lfi. 1930 The I uin contains 25 small diamonds with 1 one uuartrr carat diamond in center and a dou ble aafety clasp. I Pm' 1 } „“P "Tefiruary 17. tan leather Mil fold, with initials E. B O. Please re turn to Edson B olds. Union Trust Co., I 15th and H sts Reward. __ 22* | CARD CASE-—Small brown oitrich akin, I and memo pad containing credential*. Re ward to finder Address Cards. Ida Went Hirli st\. Carlisle. Pa. 24* CHARTER OR WARRANT. lost~abo"ut 50 years ago. issued to Federal Lodge No. 15 (now- Federal Lodge No. 1, D. C.) by the 9 r .* 1 i d n Lo ?* e w 0f Maryland at Laston. Md., dated September 12. 1793. Will any persan I having knowledge or possession of this riocu i ESffi* Pi*»se communicate with Stanley H. Riding*, secretary. 619 E st. n.e. Phone Lincoln 1535 William 6. Qulnter. treasurer. No 1 Thomas Circle. Phone North 5483 FOUNTAIN PEN -Lower part of Sheafler ! fountain pen. Reward. Georgia 3364-J. GLASSES, tnrtoi,'- shell, in Edmond's black case; lost Friday vtclnit.v Lafavette Park; reward. Metiopolltan_6l7o. 23* GLASSES, dark shell rim. on Grant Circle bus or at Grant Circle, Thursday pm. Rc w a rd J Clev .5932. • PIN. diamond and platinum, oval shape. 3 large diamonds, numerous small, between Belmont rd., Rnuscher's. Conn. ave. and R st.; reward. 1911 JR at._n.w. North_3733. PlN—Black onyx, yellow gold mounting; reward. Call Columbia 2349-W. t POODLE email, wnlte; vicinity Albemarle st. and Wisconsin ave tag No. 15472 Re ward. Phone Olay. 1918-W. PURSE, ian ostrich, initialed “L. W. G". on Woodley rd. bus or vicinity 34th and Lowell st*. Friday evening. Return to 3407 Loweil at. 11 w. Call Cleveland 1807. Re ward. SCARF, sliver fox. between Ambassador Hotel and Jefferson Apts., 18th and M. Re t»rn_to Jefferson Aijts. Apt. 405. Reward WELSH TERRIER- Male, light tan color, gretn legther /pliae; answers to nama of Rags. 2419 Mtsfach«6*tts avenue. * Sralha. ! FENWICK. SADIE. Departed this life on 1 Thursday. February 30. 1930. SADIE, the beloved wife of William Fenwick. No. 7 Florida ave. n.e. Funeral Monday. Feb ruary 34. from St. Mark's Church, St Marys County. Md.. at 1 o'clock p.m. Remains resting at Stewart's funeral par lors. 30 H st. n.e. FISHER. SI - SAN B. On Thursday. February 20. 1930. at Oalilnger Hospital. SUSAN B. FISHER, beloved wife of Frank J. Fisher, sister of Mrs. Anna ShaefTer. She also leaves a host of other relatives and friends tc mourn their loss. Funeral Sunday. Feb ruary 23. at 1 p m., from the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Interment Payne's Cemetery. 23 GAtTOES. J.EO A. On Friday. February 21. 1930. LEO A.', beloved son of Joseph A. and Maty C. Gauges Funeral from his late residence, 1801 Otis st. n.e.. on Monday. February 34. at 830 am. Requiem mass at St. Anthony's Church at 9 o'clock. Rel atives and friends invited. 23* GOUGH. MARY. On Friday. February 31. 193 P. MARY GOUGH, devoted mother of Mattie White and sister of Julia Brisco Ida Jimison. Emma Scott. Sarah. Wil liam ar.d Robert Gough Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Ci. funeral par lors. 2222 Georgia ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. GRAY. ELIZA E. On Saturday. February 22. 1930. at 3 am., at Freedmen’s Hos pital. ELIZA E. ORAY. devoted wife of James H. Gray of Lakeland. Md.; mother of William. Junes. Susie. Pauline. Oscar Louis. Ridaeley. Elisa and Clarence Gray. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Oeorgia ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. S 3 GRIFFITH. ELIZA MILLER. On Friday, i February 21. 1930. at 1 am, ELIZA MIL LER. beloved wife of Seth W. Griffith. Funeral Monday. February 24. at 11 a m . Ironi her late residence. Brookrville, Md. Interment Brookeville Cemetery. 23 HAMILTON. ELIZABETH. On Frldav. Feb ruary 21. 1930, ELIZABETH HAMILTON Funeral from National Lutheran Home, Monday. February 24. at 2 p.m. Inter ment Congressional Cemetery. • HOBBS, ANNIE M. On Saturday. February 22. 1930. at her residence. East Clifton Terrace. ANNIE M. HOBBS. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. Monday. February 24. at 2 p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. Friends invited. 33 I HODGE. LAWRENCE. Departed this life Thursday, February 20, 1930, at 5 p.m.. at Fairmont Heights. Md„ LAWRENCE HODGE, the loving son of Viola Hodge, and brother of Frances Clarke Hodge. No tice of funeral later. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors, 2222 Georgia ave. n.w. KENNEY. EWING. Departed this life on Thursday. February 20. 1930. after a brief Illness. EWING KENNEY. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted daughter, one brother, three grandchildren, a daughter in-law. a sister-in-law. one niece and many friends. Remains resting at the George B. Clarkes funeral parlors. 1418 Florida ave. n.e,. until Sunday. February 23. at 10 am., thereafter at nis devoted daughter's residence. 1003 Florida ave, I n.e. Funeral Tuesday. February 25. at 1 p.m . from Third Raptlst Church. 3th and Q sts. n.w.. Rev. G. O. Bullock officia’inv. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 24 KENNY. EWING W. Officers and Mem bers of Past Exalted Ruler Council. No. 4. I. B. P. O. E. of W.: You are notified oi the death of Brother EWING W. KENNY. Session of sorrow Saturday. February 22. 1930. at 8 p in , at Columbia Lodge Home. 301 R. 'I. ave n.w. MURRAY B. DAVIS. Chief Antler. WILLIAM 11. NEWMAN. Plrst Scribe. • MADDEN. ADDIF. G. On Friday. February 21, 1930. at Freetimen's Hospital. ADDIE G. MADDF.N. devoted wife of Oliver Wen dell Madden und mother of Addie Margie and Edith Marie Madden. Fuperal Sun day February 23. at 2:30 p m., from Mc- Guire’s funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Interment Monday, February 24, at Peters burg. Va. 23* MILSTEAD. AMELIA R. On Friday, Feb ruary 21. 1930. AMELIA R.. aged 44 years, the beloved wife of Albert Milstead. Fu neral from her late residence. 321 9th at. s.e.. Monday. February 24. at 8:30 a.m., thence to St Peter's Catholic Church, where mess will be said at 9 a m. for the repose of her soul. Interment Congres sional Cemetery. 23 NEAL, ELLA SIMPSON. Departed this hid Thursday. February 20. 1930. at 3:40 am., at her residence. Vienna. Fairfax County, Va.. after a brtef illness. In the full tri umph of faith. ELLA SIMPSON NEAL, wtdnw of Joseph Neal, sister of Aaron Simpson of Washington, D. C.. and mother of John and James Neal. Betty Thomas. Carrie Carter. Mary Ella Mason. Josephine Pollard and Pearl williams. Puneral frrm First Baptist Church. Vienna. Va.. Sunday, February 23. at 2 p m.. Rev. Richard Ca' - ter. pastor Mount Calvary Baptist Church. Fairfax. Va.. officiating. Relatives and friends Invited. * OWENS, DR. WILLIAM DUNLOP. On Thursday. February 13. 1930. at Coronado. Calif.. DR. WILLIAM D. OWENB. com mander. Medical Corps. .U. S. Navy, re tired. Funeral Monday. February 24. at 10 am., from the chapel at Arlington Cemetery. 23 PAGE. RANDOLPH GILLAM. Departed this life on Friday. February 21. 1930. at Port Worth. Tex.. RANDOLPH GILLAM PAGE, aged 36, son of Mr, and Mrs. William N. Pace. He is survived by his widow. Prances Hay Page, daughter of Judge James Hay of Washington, and three children. Notice of funeral later. PHELPS. JOHN W. On Friday. February 21. ft his home. In New Orleans. La.. JOHN W PHELPS. son of the late William W. and Capitola Phelps of Bowie. Md. He Is survived by his widow and four sons. In terment In New Orleans. • J ROLLINS. IDA S. Suddenly, on Friday morning. February 21. 1930. at 5:30 o'clock, ft her residence. 1362*? Potomac ave. se. IDA S. ROLLINS, beloved wife of the late Amos P. Rollins. She leaves to mourn her loss Ane son. Amos B. Rollins, and six daughter. Hattie S Mclntyre. Mrs. Nora Keeler. Bessie Jenkins. Myrtle Simp son. Fannie Jameson and Gladys Jackson. Funeral services at Bethel M. K. Church. St. Mary's County. Md.. Sunday. Febru ary 23, at 2 p.m. Interment church cem etery. 22* SCANNJ.IL. ANNA M?* On Friday. February 21. 1930, at 3 am, at her residence. 1817 Vernon st. n.w.. ANNA M. SCANNELL. aged 63 years. Remains resting at the Nevius funeral home. 924 New York Ave. n w . where services will be held Monday, i February 24. at 11 a.m. Interment in i Prospect Hill Cemetery. 23* SMITO. 0,1 Friday. February 21. 9 2 0 ' iL t ‘ e . r tesidence. 6f>» Fairmont st. n W-., ETHEL SMITH, devoted wife of Wil ford Smith and mother of Ethel. Lavinta, Purnell. Eleanora and Catherine Smith, daughter of Isaiah end Maggie Chanfbers, sister of Edna. Willie and Bernard Cham bers Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral parlors. 2222 Georgia i ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. SHEAR. MILDRED ELIZABETH. On Thurs- I day. February 70. 1930. at Tuberculosis I Hospital, ELIZABETH MILDRED SPEAR. I devoted daughter of Maryland Spear, ' granddaughter of Henry and Rosa fttaf | lord. She leaves to mourn her departure two uncles and many other relatives and friends. Funeral Monday. February 24. | at 1 p m., from the John T. Rhines tu- I neral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Inter ment Rosemont Cemetery. 23 i SPEAR. MILDRED. Officers and Members of Pride of District Juv. Class. No. 17. } B. P. O E. of W.: You are requested 'o allend the funeral of Dt MILDRED SPEAR, from John T. Rhines' chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w., Monday, February 24. 1930. at 1 o’clock p.m DT. FRANCES MURPHY. D R. _ CECILIA JACKSON. 8. Mother. DT. G. WINSLOW. Fin. Sec y. • THOMAS. HARRIETT 1.. On Thursday. February 20. 1930. at 5 p.m.. HARRIETT L. THOMAS, daughter of the late Alex ander and Elenora Thomas. Funeral from Holy Redeemer Church. Monday morning. February 24, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. 23* THOMAS, HATTIE. Officers and members of St. Monica's lOdies’ Auxiliary. No. 140. und District Auxiliary, No. 2. Knights of St. John, are hereby notified of the death oh Sister HATTIE THOMAS. Call meeting Sunday, February 23. at 6 p m . JO? K st. n.w. Funeral mass Monday. Feb 24. at 9 a m.. Holv Redeemer. VIOLET C. McKINNEY. Aux. Pres. CHARLOTTE LUCKETT. Dist. Pres. I. M. SMACKUM. D'st. R. C. See. • THOMAS. WASHINGTON. Departed this life on Wednesday. February 19. 1930. at his residence. 438 Ridge st. n.w . WASH INGTON, beloved husband of Laura Thomas. He leaves to mourn their loss one brother and two sisters and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at W. T. Tolbert funeral oarlora. 130* Bth st. n.w.. until Saturday noon. February 23. Funeral Sunday. February 23. at 1 p m., from Galbraith A. M. E. Zion Church, «th st. between M end L *ts. n.w., Rev. W. D. Battle officiating. 22 WASHINGTON. CHARLES. Departed thia •Ife on Thursday. February 20. 1930. at his residence. 2209 E st. n.w . CHARLES WASHINGTON. husband of Florence Wpshlngton. brother of Emma Washing ton. son of Jane Washington, deceased. Funeral Sunday. February 23. from Boyd •V' Wilson funeral home. 1840 L st. n.w.. at 2 p.m. 22 | WHEATLEY. CATHERINE. On Saturday. Febiuary 22, 193 U, ui her residence. 1328 Florida ave n.w.. CATHERINE WHEAT LEY. beloved mother of William H.. J. Er nest and tlaruli S. Wheatley. Funeral services at W W Chambers Co. fu neral home, 1400 Chapin 4t. n.w , Mon day. February 74 at 2 pm. Interment Gleiiwond Cemetery. 23 In lUfinortam. BAXTER. JULIA. In loving remembrance of my dear mother. JULIA BAXTER, who died twenty-nine years ago today, Febru ary 22. 1901. May the heavenly winds blow softly Oer the sweet and hallowed spol: ’Mid the changing scenes, dear mother, You shall never be forgot. HER SON WILSON. • CLARK. ELIZABETH WILSON JACKSON. It took the Anglo-Saxon world mora than eighteen hundred years to produce such a daughter, sister, wife, mother and friend as ELIZABETH WILSON JACK AON CLARK. CORDELIA. • COI.EMAN. JACK C. In loving memory of my drar father. JACK C. COLEMAN, who departed this life one year ago today, Feb ruary 22, 1929. . May the heavenly winds blow softly O’er that sweet and hallowed .spot: ’Mid the changing scenes, dear father. You will never be forgotten. YOUR LOVINQ DAUGHTER, EFFIE E PETTIS. EVANS, LUCILLE LOCRAFT. Sacred to the memory of my dear wife. LUCILLE LO CROFT EVANS, who departed this life one year ago today. February 22. 1939. Oh. how could I forget you. A year ago today I stood by your bedside helpless and saw you pass away. In my heart your memory lingers. Sweetly, tender, kind and true. There is not a day. dear wife, t do not think of you H evan!' 0 ™ 5 HU * BANa Q*oroe # a. A-9 i In illrmitri&m. JETTEB. SYDNEY L. In memory of our de voted husband and father. SYDNEY L. JETTER. who died eleven yeare ago today, February 22. 1919. Remembrance Is a golden chain Death tries to break, but all in vain. To have, to love, then to part. Is the greatest sorrow of one’s heaft. HIS WIFE AND DAUGHTER. • KING. EDITH MAY. In memory of our dear little daughter, EDITH MAY KINO, who left us eight years ago today. Feb ruary 22. 1922, at the age of 5 years and 10 months MOTHER, DADDY AND KEN. KREMB, MARGARETHA. In memory of my dear mother. MAROARETHA KREMB. 'E 1 hO , died ten years ago today. February 22. 1920. DAUGHTER LENA. • LEA YELL. JESSIE L. in sad but loving re ,E?s»JL*n.ce ?f our dear wife and mother. JESBIE L. LEAVELL. who departed this 1923 ** ven ye * r * **° today, February 22. A precious one from us Is gone, A voice we loved is stilled. A £?, e A. v * c * n t In our hearts which never can be filled HER LOVINO HUSBAND AND' CHILDREN. METTO. In sad but loving re- E nc f^ rI l beloved mother. . UOBSIOER. who entered Into ?uary 22. 1921. Te * r * a, ° tw,M ’ **■»- _ MOTHER. Nine yeats have passed, dear mother, But our hearts are lust the same. No one knows how we have misled you. No one knows the bitter pain. A noble life, but written not In any book of fame; Among the list of noted ones None ever saw her name. For only her household knew The victories she’d won. And none but they can testify How well her work was dong. Qod made a wonderful mother, A mother who never grew old. He made her smile as the sunshine, He molded her heart of pure gold. Forever In our memories. .Although your heart In silence rest*, we will never forget you, mother: Before God you stqod the test. There are stars that go out In the dark ness. Their silvery light shines on: There are flowers whose fragrance »tlll lingers When the blososms have faded and gone. There are souls full of light and sweetness Long after their life current flows. But their sweetness lives on with the liv ing. Like the soul of the star and the rose. Oh, sweetest word that language ever knew. Which love and peace and duty whisper through! Oh. magic name that wakes to life again. In many a lonely heart and olden strain, And holy name that, like unto a prayer. Slips over Ups bereft and pale with care. Oh, joyful name that little children shout! I Oh. fragrant name, like rose* 'round about! Ah, beauty smiles and music echoes through | This sweetest word that language ever knew—’Mother." HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. ANNIE, JOHN AND LOUISE. • LOVELESS. GEORGE A. In sad but loving memory ot our dear husband and father, GEORGE A. LOVELESS, who left us »even years ago today. February 22. 1923. Gone, but never forgotten. HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. • I MURPHY. JOHN J. In sad but loving re mrmbrance or our devoted son and brother. JOHN J. MURPHY, who died eleven year* ago today. February 22, 1919. May his soul rest in peace. THE FAMILY. • O’CALLAGHAN, CARRIE A. In loving re membrance of our dear wife and mother, CARRIE A. O'CALLAGHAN, who departed this life five years ago today. February 22. 1925. HER DEVOTED HUSBAND AND CHIL ' DREN. PINKNEY. HENRY J. In loving remem ; brance of our devoted father. HENRY J. ! PINKNFY. who died thirteen years ago to | day. February 22. 1918. i We shall see him some bright mornlne I Resting l>v the waters fair; He will be wailing for our coming. , In the upper garden there HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. • SCHAFER. CATHARINA. In sad and lov- Ing remembrance of my dear mother. CATHARINA SCHAFER, who departed tills life twenty-three years ago today. Febru ary 22. 1907. HER LOVING BON, CHARLES SCHAFER. • SHERZER. ELIZABETH A. A tribute Os love to the memory of our devoted mother, who left us three years ago today. Feb ruary 22. 1927. We am thinking of you. dear mother, Just thinking of the past: Picturing you in our memory Just ns we saw you last. HER DEVOTED DAUGHTERS, ROSE. LOTTIE. EVELYN. • THOMAS. JEFFERSON ADOLPHUS. In tad but loving remembrance of our loving husband and father. JEFFERSON ADOL PHUS THOMAS, who departed thi* life one year ago today. February 22, 1929. Just a line of sweet remembrance. Just s memory, fond and true; Just a line of love's devotion. That our hearts still lor.g fur you. HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND CHILDREN. ESTELLE I. THOMAS, MELISSA THOM A3 DAVIS, RUTH ADOLPHUS THOMAS. • rttUMAN. HAROLD KEMP. In loving re membrance of our dear son' and our brother. HAROLD KEMP TRUMAN, who departed this life fifteen years ago today, , February 22. 1915. THE FAMILY. 1 TYDINGS. IDA J. In sad but loving re membrance of my dear wife and our mother. IDA J. TYDINOS. who departed • this life fourteen years ago today, Feb iuary 22, 1918. What would I give to hold her hands. Her dear face just to see. Her loving smile, her loving voice, That meant so much to me. HER LOVINO HUSBAND. J. E. TYDINOS. You left behind a broken heart That loved you so sincere. That never did and never will Forget you. mother, dear. HER LOVING DAUGHTER. EFFIE MAR- I CERON. , The years may wipe out many thing*, I * But this they wipe out never— i The memory of those happv days When we were all together. HER LOVINO SON. RICHARD. . WARRING. LILLIAN MAODALEN. Ifi lov- Ing remembrance of our darling baby, ( LILLIAN MAGDALEN WARRING. Who died three years ago today. February 23, . 1927. i We have only your memory, dear bgby, ! To remember our whole life through; But its sweetness will linger forever ! As we treasure the memory of you. MAMMA AfcD DADDY, i WEAVER. FANNIE MI'SE AND GEORGE O. Secred to the memory of our loving and i devoted parents. Mrs. FANNIE MUSE WEAVER, who entered th» haven of rest I twenty-four years ago today. February 22, 1908, and GEORGE O. WEAVER, seventeen I years ago. January 11. 1913. i We shall always cherish your memorte*. „ THEIR CHILDREN • FUNERAL DIRECTORS. ALMUSR. SPEARE Succeeding the Original W. R. Sgeara Co. ' 1623 Connecticut Ave. POTOMAC 4600 » yrs. at 1808 H at.. 43 yra. at 040 F at. Clyde J. Nichols, Inc. 4WHI 9tb St. N.W. Cal. #824. J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. 332 PA. AVE. NW. NATIONAL 1384. 1»8» CHAS. S7 ZURHORST 801 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 0372. Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) 3034 m st. n.w. "asaa Frank Geier's Sons Co. 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Odw* Modern Chipfl. Teiephone iNBllonBI aviO Quick. Dignified. Efficient Service Automobile Service Chapel W. W. Deal & Co. _|l9 H ST N.E LINCOLN 8209. TIMOTHY HANLON” Funeral Director Private Ambulance 64M i St. N.E. Line. 5543 * Herbert B. Nevius Funeral Home Wl N*w_Yerk Are. N.W. DlatrUt Wtt V. 1. SPEARE CO. Neither the succeeaorg of nor connected with the original W. R. Speare establish- Phon# Frank 6828 1009 H St. N.W. Formerly 918 F St. N.W. Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance Modern*Ch»pei Lincoln 0524 ' ~ EG.bfti&ed ”1878 JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. I*B7 18th St. N.W. Phan# North 8847 T FUNERAL DESIGNS. ' Prompt Auto Delivery Servtoe, Glide Bros. Co., 12J2 F St. Artlstlo—expressive—lnexponalvo, GEO. C. SHAFFER °rS* »4«h&Ey« cemeteries! GLENWOOD CEMETERY’ Vaultage, 15 per month. Cfcfiiee lots and sites tor sale.