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BERLIN. March 31 UP) Dr. George Bucky of New York, who has been here since January in charge of the Roentgen UkTanigTfisrS 1319-1321 F Strut March 31 STETSON HATS Hours: 8 AM. to 8 PM. | The Aristocratic j CameFs Hair Topcoat for | $29- 50 Yes, it’s the guaranteed, genuine camel’s hair, often priced up to $75, and we have about 175 of them in shades of tan and brown. Their medium weight will give comfortable wear for eight months in the year. Beautiful, durable and never requiring pressing. The model is full length with raglan shoulder and plenty of body room. An ideal coat for every occasion—warmth without weight. i ItefoiingMcnb shcp 1319-1321 F Street I March 31 STETSON HATS FOR SPRING Hourt: 8A.M.t06 P. M. St Albans Clothes FOR MEN & YOUNG MEN No “special purchases” for this sale—nothing that has been “carried over.” Every garment men tioned is new stock —the latest models of our own JmL SSI exclusive line of clothes. MM for $ 45 values . ♦ Huge volume enables us to quote this price for Four-Piece Suits Each season for 17 years our sales have increased, and this Spring we’ve “plunged.” We’ve signed contracts with our manufacturers to take enormous lines of St. Albans Clothes. Perhaps we’ve overstepped the limit; maybe we’ve overestimated our outlet —but it was the only way to such a price. When you see these values we believe the results will justify our “plunge.” + , • Our New Conventional Sports Suits Spring Suits These sport suits are wonderfully convenient. These regular St. Albans suits —including an You’re smartly dressed for business or the street extra pair of trousers worth at least slo—are —then simply, change the long trousers for simply marvelous values at this price. knickers and you’re ready for golf or any form Light colorg in handsome new shades, and of recreation. superb materials that include French Flannels, j Materials are fine English Tweeds- -mostly in Tweeds, Worsteds and Serges. Perfect fitting light colors. Coats with plain or pinch backs. of all suits guaranteed without extra cost. $29.50 $29 50 A une of s 7 s " lightweight Wool Knickers, 30 to 38, now $3 - r;—7 1 ' ' —1 ~■! department of Virchow Hospital, lost some 15,000 marks worth of sliver and other articles when burglars looted his apartment in the Grunewald residential district. THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MARCH .31, 1930. JOHNSTON RITES TODAY Wife of General Will Be Buried in Arlington. Funeral services for Mrs. Henrietta V. Johnston, wife of Brig. Gen. John A. Johnston, will be conducted at the residence, 2111 Massachusetts avenue, this afternoon at 3 o'clock, with Rev. Dr, C. Ernest Smith, rector of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will be in Arlington Ceme tery. Mrs. Johnston died at her home on Massachusetts avenue Friday after a long illness. Her husband. Gen. Johnston, was commander of the 34th Division, A. E. F., i during the World War and was for-! merly a Commissioner of the District of Columbia. I Seventh 8C F Sts. Dress Stylishly on an Eiseman Charge Account r* ki SPRING SUITS *25 *3O *35 ■ 0 All the best Spring shades and models. For men and young men. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT 9 Buy now ... pay later in convenient weekly or monthly amounts, easy to meet. I • I „ RECORD SHIPS SEEN FOR U. S. BY GLOVER New Building Program Projected With Award of Ocean Mail Contracts. A prediction that some of the ocean greyhounds planned by the American merchant marine will smash the record ;of the present “Queen of the North I Atlantic” was made yesterday by As ! sistant Postmaster General Glover in | commenting on the recent record- breaking voyages of the Europa and the Bremen. “Hats off to the gallant Europa of the North German Lloyd Steamship Line on her wonderful performance in crossing the Atlantic in four days. 17 hours and 6 minutes.” Glover said. "But slip them back quietly, to be ready to take them off again to one of the giants built by the brains and brawn of American workmen in the shipyards of America under the terms of Jones-White act administered by Postmaster General Brown.” Glover pointed out that in the wards by the Postmaster General of the ocean mail contracts, a new ship building program was projected. The first new ships of a huge building program by the American Export Corporation. Glover said, will be launched from the Camden, New Jersey yards, on June 6. Hurt in Tractor Collision. LYNCHBURG, Va., March 31 (Spe cial). —H. D. Ogden, 40, employe of the State Highway Commission, who lives at Porks of Buffalo, Amherst County, is at Memorial Hospital here, suffering from a badly mangled arm, which he received while scraping a road in Am herst County when his tractor was in collision with a motor truck. It is feared his arm will have to be ampu tated. •——— Frills Delight Photographer. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (A 3 ).—The more feminine a woman appears, the more frills she wears, the better sub ject she makes for the camera, says E. F. Foley, photographer of fashionables. Establithed 1862 J. T. Clements Sons Funeral Service 1241 Wisconsin Ave. Phone West 0804 Select Your Monument I here. Bee your own choice In Its finished ! stale. GRANITE—MARBLE. Reasonable prices, A-i materials, best workmanship. Washington Granite Monumental Co., Inc. WILLIAM JARDIN*. Becty. 40 N. S. Are. N.W. Natl. 687 S AMBULANCES Best in Town, f 4 AA Local Call ... CaD Chamber* Co. crt M ” DEFUNCT COMPANY HEAD SURRENDERS President of Petroleum Corporation Beady to Begin Prison Term on Fraud Charge. By the Associated Press. LOS ANGELES. March 31—Sheridan C. Lewis, president of the now defunct Julian Petroleum Corporation, an nounced that he would surrender today to the Government and petition the United States Circuit Court in «-Gan Francisco for the immediate issnVce of a mandate so he can begin serving a seven-year Federal prison sentence for conviction on a mail fraud charge. Lewis, central figure in the maze of criminal and civil litigation which grew out of .the collapse of his company in 1927, at present is at liberty under two Federal bonds, totaling $40,000. Lewis intimated his decision had been influenced by a desire to avoid the pos sibility of facing additional indictments in connection with the present county grand jury investigation of the Julian collapse. Twenty of 34 persons already under indictment In connection with the pres ent probe of the $100,000,000 stock over issue of the Julian Co. have posted bonds of $5,000 each. »■ Hindenburg Signs Cabinet List. BERLIN, March 31 UP). —President von Hindenberg yesterday signed the list of cabinet members proposed by Chancellor Bruehing. He also appointed Gottfried Trevlranus previously named minister without portfolio, as minister for occupied territories, and Hermann Dietrich, minister of economics, as vice chancellor. / THE WEATHER District of Columbia—Fair and not quite so cold, with lowest temperature about 38 degrees tonight; tomorrow fair and warmer; gentle variable winds, be coming south or southwest. Virginia—Fair tonight and tomorrow; not quite so cold In west portion and probably light frost on the coast to night; warmer tomorrow; moderate northwest winds, becoming southerly to morrow. Maryland—Fair and not so cold to night; tomorrow fair and warmer; gentle variable winds becoming mod erate south and southwest tomorrow. West Virginia—Fair and slightly warmer tonight; tomorrow increasing cloudiness and warmer, probably show ers tomorrow night. Record for 38 Hours. Sunday, March 30: Thermometer—l 2 midnight, 41; 4 a.m., 40; 8 a.m., 41; 12 noon, 54. Barometer—l 2 midnight, 29 86; 4 a.m., 29.85; 8 a.m., 29.92; 12 noon, 29.91. Monday, March 31: Thermometer—4 p.m., 57; 8 p.m., 50; 12 midnight, 42; 4 a.m., 37; 8 a.m., 36; noon, 45. Barometer—4 p.m., 29.87; 8 p.m., 29.67; 12 midnight, 30.08; 4 a.m., 30.10; 8 am., 30.21; noon. 30.22. Highest temperature, 57, occurred at 3:50 p.m. yesterday. Lowest temperature, 34, occurred at 6:30 a.m. today. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today-p Low tide, 3:16 a.m. and 3:49 I p.m.; high tide, 8:54 a.m. and 9:18 p.m. j Tomorrow—Low tide. 3:49 a.m. and 4:26 p.m.; high tide, 9:30 a.m. and 9:55 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today—Sun rose 5:56 a.m.; sun sets 6:30 p.m. Tomorrow —Sun rises 5:54 a.m.; sun sets 6:30 p.m. Moon rises 6:39 a.m.; sets 8:13 p.m. Weather in Various Cities. Temperature.«« S? sas*r 3 2*“a 3= i £ Stations. « &j» Weather ?5 i : r P Abilene, Tex.... 29.96 74 48 ....Clear Albany. N. Y... 30 10 48 32 0.01 Clear Atlanta, Ga ... 30,24 54 40 .... Clear Atlantic City... 30.12 50 34 ....Clear Baltimore. Md.. 30.18 56 36 .... Clear Birmingham ... 30.28 62 38 .... Clear Bismarck. N. D. 30.12 36 22 .... Cloudy Boston. Mass... 30.00 52 36 .... Pt.cloudy Buffalo. N. Y... 30.14 34 26 0.01 Cloudy Charleston. S.C. 30 22 64 44 .... Clear Chicago. 11l 30.12 38 32 .... Pt.cloudy Cincinnati. Ohio 30.24 40 30 .... Clear Cleveland, Ohio. 30.20 36 30 .... Clear Columbia. S. C. 30.24 60 38 .... Clear Denver. C 010... 29.92 56 28 .... Cloudy Detroit, Mich... 30 14 38 30 ....Clear El Paso. Tex.... 29.78 68 44 ....Clear Galvtston. Tex. 30.20 62 58 .... Clear Helena. Mont... 30.18 30 12 .... Clear Huron. S. Dak . 30.14 56 24 0.12 Cloudy Indianapolis.lnti 30.20 42 32 .... Clear Jacksonville. Fla. 30 24 64 48 ....Clear Kansas City, Mo 30.10 60 44 .... Clear Los Angeles 29.76 60 52 .... Cloudy Louisville. Ky... 30.24 44 34 .... Clear Miami, Fla 30.20 72 50 0.02 Clear* N. Orleans, La . 30 24 66 50 .... Clear New York. NY. 30.10 50 34 .... Clear Oklahoma City. 29 94 70 48 .... Clear Philadelphia ...30.14 56 38 ....Clear Phoenix. Ariz... 29.66 82 56 ....Clear Pittsburgh, Fa.. 30.22 38 30 .... Clear Portland. Me... 30.03 48 32 .... Pt.cloudy Portland. Ores.. 29.96 68 48 .... Clear Raleigh. N. C... 30.22 60 38 .... Clear Salt Lake City.. 29.62 52 38 0.02 Cloudy San Antonio.... 30.10 70 44 .... Clear San Diego, Calif 29.78 64 56 0.08 Cloudy San Francisco.. 29.72 62 52 Clear St. Louis. M 0... 30.14 52 38 .... Pt.cloudy St Paul. Minn.. 30.04 50 24 .... Snow Seattle. Wash... 29.98 62 42 ....Clear Tampa, Fia 30.24 60 84 .... Clear WASH., D.C.... 30.21 57 34 ....Clear FOREIGN. (7 a.m.i Gieenwich time, today.) Stations. Temperature. Weather. London. England 48 Clear Pans. France 46 Clear Berlin. Germany 48 Clear Brest. France 50 Clear Stockholm. Sweden 36 Clear Gibraltar. Spain 58 Clear iNoon. Greenwich time, today.) Horta (Fayal). Azores.... 80 Rain (Current observations.) Hamilton. Bermuda 64 Cloudy Sass Juan. Porto Rico.... 80 Clear Havana. Cuba 66 Part cloudy Colon. Canal Zone 80 Clear FOUND. SUM OF MONEY in northwest section Os ; city. C. F. Schrlmer. Room 410, Post Office Department Bldg. Office hours. * LOST. BAG—Black antelope, green claso and lin ing; lost Saturday night in downtown sec- Reward offered. Clev. 8460. a* BAR PlN—Diamond bar pin. at 41st and Fessenden sts., Monday morning. Phone Wisconsin 3694. Reward. BOBTON BULL TERRIER, dark brlndle and white; answer* to “Jerry.’’ Reward. A. W. Bager, 3710 22nd at. n.e. _• DOG—Large black atid white cocker spaniel; *25 reward and no questions asked. Dec. 0232, 1738 N_ St. _n.W. DOO—Black “and 'white Shepherd, named • Pat’’; tag 16906; reward. Phone Cleveland 2884. DOG, strayed or stolen; full grown Aire dale. Reward. Return to 1422 Euclid at. n.w., or phone owner. Col. 2739. DOG, gray, brlndle, German Schnauzer; missing in n.w. section since Friday eve ning. _Liberal reward._ Decatur 5547. DRIVER S PERMIT, N. Y., N. J. and D. C., on March 27. Sidney Northrop, 2920 13tn st. n.w. Phone Adams 0366. • GOLD - BREASTPIN, old-fashioned, Sunday afternoon, between Lincoln Memorial and Arlington Cemetery. Finder please return to Motel Grafton. Reward. 1* GRIP—Put in wrong car - In front of T. Cannon. 6th and Pa. ave., chef's grip, con taining kitchen equipment. Please leave at T. T Cannon’s. HANDBAG, lady’s, containing valuables: name and address. Vicinity 7th and Eye sts. n.w. Reward. Mrs. John Schaller, 2930 Vlst. st. n.e. NECKLACE, gold, lost Saturday afternoon. Reward if returned to 1373 Monroe ct. n.w. Col. 1981-J * POCKETBOOK. black (Saturday), 14th and Belmont rd.. 14th and You or 18th and Wyoming ave. Liberal reward. Pot. 8644. POCKETBOOK—WiII lady who called North 1358 about lost pocketbook please call Na tional_o623. Mr*. Dann. • POCKETBOOK—Brown feather, containing sum of money and suit case key; Friday night at Union Station or on Chevy Chase i bus. Reward If returned to Cleveland 2764 j PUPPY, dark gray, long hair, white feet ' and wlnte stomach. Reward if returned to ; 1636 16th at. n.w. | WRIST WATCH. Bulovi, between Irving at. . and Monroe. Please return to 1443 Monroe st. n.w. Reward. CEMETERIES. GLENWOOD CEMETERY Vaullage, 95 per month. Choice lotg and sites for sals. Sent. TIBBETS. JOHN WILLIAM. To Dr. And Mr*. Lyman B Tibbets. a son. JOHN WIL LIAM. at Battl* Creek. Mich.. March 35, 1»30. • DrallTH. BARNHART. JOHN 8. On Saturday. March 29, 1930. after a short Illness, JOHN S. BARNHART, ated 18 years, beloved hus band of the late Clara E. Barnhart. Fu neral from his late residence. 57 W st. n.w.. Tuesday. April I. at 11 a.m. Rela tives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. BLACKWOOD. LESLIE O. On Sunday, March 30. 1930. LESLIE O. BLACKWOOD, widow of Joseph H. Blackwood. Funeral services will be held at the S. H. Hines Co. parlor*. 2901 14th st. n.w.. Tuesday, April 1, at 3:30 p.m. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. BOUDREN. DANIEL A. Suddenly, on Sun day. March 30. 1930. DANIEL A,, beloved son of the late James E. and Catharine Boudren (nee McNamara). Funeral from his late residence. 15 7th st. s.e.. on Tues day. April 1, at 8:30 am., thence to St. Peter's Church. 2nd and C Us. s.e.. where requiem mas* will be Mid at 9 a.m. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. BREWER. DANIEL EDSON. On Saturday. March DANIEL EDSON BREWER. a*ed 84. Fu neral services at John R. Wriaht funeral parlors. 1337 10th st. n.w., Tuesday. April 1, at 10:30 a.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 31 BROWN, LLOYD. On Sunday. March 30. 1930. at Children's Hospital, LLOYD BROWN, devoted son of David and Ruth Brown. Funeral -Tuesday. April 1, at 12 noon, from the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. Bt'RKE. MILLARD FILLMORE. On Sun day. March 30. 1930. MILLARD F. BURKE. 1423 W st. n.w.. devoted husband of Mrs. Lucy S. Burke, father of Lilile E. . and Beulah E. Burke, and brother of Mrs. Cornelia Williams of Chester, Fa. Notice of I'meral later. 1 BURRELL. CORNELIUS, Jr. Suddenly. Sat urday, March 28. 1930, at his residence. 1733 Beaton st. n.w., CORNELIUS BUR RELL. Jr., son of Cornelius Burrell. Sr., and the late Elizabeth Burrell, brother of James Snowden, Ethel Wright and Rose Webster. Funeral Wednesday. April 3, at 2 p.m., from Moon A Allen funeral par lors. 12th and Fla. ave. n.w. 1 CARMODY. JOHN PHILLIP. Suddenly, on Sunday, March 30, 1930, at 10:30 a.m., at his residence. 908 C st. n e., JOHN PHILLIP CARMODY, husband of the late Marianne Doyle Carmody. Notice of fu neral hereafter. • CAVILL. ELLEN D. Departed this life Thursday. March 27. 1930. at 1109 19th st. u.w.. ELLEN D. CAVILL. beloved mother of Albert Cavtll, niece of John Brown'. She also leaves a daughter-in-law. Cora A. Cavill. and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and I sts. s.w. Funeral Tuesday. April 1. at 1 p.m.. from the Nineteenth Street Baptist Church. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 31 DARNE, EMMA FRANCES. On Monday. March 31. 1930. at her residence. 1250 Col. rd. n.w.. EMMA FRANCES DARNE, daughter of the late Lafayette and Colum bia May Dame. Notice of funeral here after. DAVIDSON, EDNOKA WRIGHT. Saturday morning, March 29. 1930. at Freedmen s Hospital. EDNORA WRIGHT DAVIDSON. She leaves husband, mother, two alsters and many dear friends. Remains resting at Moon A Allen parlors, Fla. ave. and 12th st. She will be buried Wednesday. April 3. at Chester. S. C. 1* DAWSON. WILLIAM BOYD. On Sunday. March 30. 1930. at Garfield Hospital. WIL LIAM BOYD DAWSON, beloved husband ol Grace Smith Dawson and father of Frank A. Dawson. Funeral services at O. B. Jenkins’ funeral home, 809 10th' st. n.w.; on Wednesday. April 2. at 1:30 pm. Inter ment Western Cemetery, Baltimore, Md. I*' DINES. HATTIE GROSS. The funeral of Hattie GROSS DINES will be held in Shllo M E. Church Wednesday. April 2. at 2 p.m. Interment in Shilo Cemetery. Rev. George Brashears. pastor, officiating, will be held from 1507 Columbia st. n.w. We loved her; yes, we loved her, But Jesus loved her more. Gates of Zion swung open. And she quietly entered home. • 1 DODSON. MARTHA WALKER. Departed thlg life Saturday. March 29, 1930. at 8:50 P.m., MARTHA WALKER DODSON, de voted mother of Albert, Harry, William and Charles, James E. Reed and Lucy Matthews and sister of Susan Ross. She also leaves four grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Funeral Wednes day. April 2, at. 10 a.m., from Epiphany Church. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w., until 4 p.m. Mondsyj thereafter at the residence of her son, 2439 K st. n.w. 1 Dl/NDAS, JAMES DOUGLAS. On Friday, March 28. 1930. Jn Philadelphia, Pa.. JAMES DOUGLAS, husband of Florence Tybout l andas. and son of Mary Mari-on and the late William Oswald Dundas. Body resting at Gawlers chapel, 1754 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.. after 5 p.m., Mon day, March 31. Services at St. Paul s Catholic Church, 15th and V sts. n.w., on Tuesday. April 1, where mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment (private) at Mount Olivet Cemetery. 31 ! EBPEY. FRANCES RUTH. On Bunday, March 30. 1930, at 10:30 a.m.. at her resi dence. 19 S st. n.w., FRANCES RUTH, be loved daughter of Gertrude B. and the late W. Elmer Espey. Funeral from the above residence on Wednesday, April 2. at 8:30 a.m., thence to St. Martins Church. I where mass will be said at 9 a.m. Kela- I tlves and friends Invited. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. 1 FREEMAN. OLIN. Departed this life Fri day, March 28. 1930. OLIN FREEMAN He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife, six children and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Tuesday. April 1. at 1 p.m.. from the George B. Clarke funeral parlor. 1418 Fla. ave. n.e GREEN. JOHN. On Sunday. March 30, 1930, at his residence. 1033 30th st. n.w., JOHN GREEN, husband of Geraldine Green, nephew of Rebecca Williams and Elsworth Green and cousin of Laura Smith of Philadelphia. Pa. Funeral Wednesday. April 2. at 12 noon, from W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church, 1432 U st. n.w. I GRIFFEN. ELLEN. Departed this life on Sunday. March 30. 1930, at 9:10 p.m.. at the residence of her daughter, 2318 Shan non pi. s.e.. Mrs. ELLEN GRIFFEN. She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted daughter. Rosie Davis, and son-in-law. W. T. Davis and a host of friends. Remains resting at George R. Snowden funeral parlor. Rockville. Md. Funeral to be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church. Anacostla. D. C., at 11 a.m., Wednesday. April 2. Rev. J. C. Banks officiating. Burial at Howard Chapel, Montgomery County, Md 2* JAMES. ROWLAND O. Departed this life Monday. March 31. 1930. at 8 am., at the Naval Hospital. ROWLAND O. JAMES U. S. N.. retired, beloved husband of Margaret V. James. Funeral from his late residence. 1860 East Capitol st., Wednes day. April 2. at I p.m. Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 1* JOHNSON. BLANCHE A. On Friday. March 28. 1930. in New York City. BLANCHE A JOHNSON (nee Kelly), devoted wife of Fred W. (Deacon) Johnson, daughter of Mrs, Jennie Kelly Gray. Funeral Tuesday. April 1, at 2 p.m.. from W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 U st. n.w. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 31 JONES. CHARLES H. Departed this life suddenly Saturday, March 29. 1930. at 6:50 P.m.. at 1337 R st. n.w., CHARLES H. JONES. Surviving him are his wife. Mrs. Rosa Bonman Jones; three sons. Napoleon. Roller and Elliott Jones. Remains resting at Frazier’s funeral home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. JONES. MEAD LAURENT. At Childrens Hospital Sunday. March 30, (930. LAU RENT MEAD JONEB. beloved son of Nathaniel C. and Virginia Jones. Serv ices at Frazier's funeral home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w., Wednesday. April 2, at l pm. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cem etery. 1 KEPNER. ELIZABETH M. On Saturday. March 29. 1930. at her residence. 2921 10th st. n.e.. ELIZABETH M.. beloved daughter of the late Robert B. and Eliza beth M. Kepner. Funeral services (pri vate) at the W. W. Chambers funeral I home. 14th and Chapin sts. n.w., Tues , day. April 1. ! MALNATI. CHARLES J. On Saturday. March 29. 1930. at his home. Clifton Sta tion. Va., CHARLES J. MALNATI. aged 53. dearly beloved husband of Lillian P. Mal natl (nee Hicks). Funeral services at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon, April 1. at the Presbyterian Church, at Clffton Station. Va. Interment at Fairfax Court House Cemetery. • ! MARTIN. ELIZABETH. On Sunday. March 30, 1930. at Galllnger Hospital. ELIZA BETH MARTIN, devoted daughter of Ed ward and Virginia Martin and niece of Mrs. Mary Wall of 742 Hobart st. n.w. Funeral Wednesday. April 2, at 2 p.m., at Stephen City. Va. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church, 1432 You st. n.w. 1 MrCRII.LIS. MARY. On Sunday morning. March 30, 1930. at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Ralph W. Newton. 2633 Adams Mill rd.. Mrs. MARY McCRILLIS, wife of C. H. McCriUts of West Topsham. Vt. Be sides her husband she leaves three chil dren to mourn their loss. Mrs. John Vance of Oakham. Mass.; Fred I. McCrlllis and Mrs. R. W. Newton, wife of MaJ. Ralph W. Newton. I McGOVERN. CHARLES HALPIN. On Sat urday. March 29. 1930. at his residence, the Argonne Apartments, CHARLES HAL PIN. beloved son of the late Peter John and Margaret C. McOovern. Funeral from W. Warren Taltavull's funeral home, 14th st. and Bpring rd. n.w.. on Tuesday, Aprri 1, at 9:30 a.m.: requiem mass at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. MrMAHON, JOSEPH E. On Sunday. Mareh 30. 1930. JOSEPH E., beloved husband of the late Margaret B. McMahon. Fu neral from James T. Clements' Song fu neral parlors. 1241 Wisconsin ave., on Wednesday. April 2. at 8:45 a.m.. thence to Holy Trinity Church, where mass will be said at 9:15 a.m. Interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend. 1* | McMURRAY. JOHN F. On Sunday. March 30. 1930. at Garfield Hospital. JOHN F. McMURRAY. aged 70 years, beloved hus band of Nettle F. McMurray. 1835 K st. n.w. Remains resting at Hysong funeral I home. 1300 N st. n.w. Funeral services i and interment Wednesday. April 2, at i McAlester. Okla. MOULDEN. ANNA A. On Bunday. March 30. ; 1930. at 11:30 a m.. ANNA A. MOUI.DEN. I | beloved wife of OUle Mou den. Funeral Wednesday. April 2, at 11 a.m., from her I late residence, near Rockville, Md. In terment Rockville Onion Cemetery. 1 NELSON. MAIE. On Sunday. March 30. 1930, at Baltimore. Md.. MAIE NELSON (nee Zlrktn). beloved wife of Louis B. Nelson Funeral from her late residence. 6103 Blltmore ave., Baltimore. Md.. on Tuesday. April 1, at 10 am Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Bladensburg rd., at 12 o’clock. - * A-9 Seatt?o. NICHOLAS. AMOS C. On Saturday. Mareh 29. 1930. AMOS C.. beloved husband of Molly Mae Nicholas and father of Walter Clifton and Harold G. Nicholas and Laura Mae Ford. Funeral from the chapel of Clyde J. Nichols. 4209 Ninth st. n.w., on Tuesday. April I, at 1:30 p.m. Inter ment at Congressional Cemetery. NICHOLAS, AMOS C. The chiefg and mem bers of Sioux Tribe, No. 18. Improved Or der of Red Men. are requested to attend the funeral services of our late brother. AMOS C. NICHOLAS, at the parlors of Clyde J. Nichols. Inc.. 4309 9th st. n.w., Tuesday. April 1. at 1:30 pm. ARTRUR LASTFOOEL. Sachem. Attest- WALTER A. JONEa Chief of Records. • NICHOLAS. AMOS C. A special communi cation of Samuel Gompers Lodge. No. 48, F. A. A. M., is hereby called for the pur pose of attending the funeral of our let. brother, AMOS C. NICHOLAS, on Tuesday. April 1, 1930. at 12:30 p.m., at Masonic Temple. 13th st. and N. Y. ave. Services at funeral parlors of Clyde J. Nichols, Joppa Lodge Temple, at 1:30 p.m.. ( Signed • I. A. PEAKE. Master. Attest: LOUIS ROSENBERG. Secretary. NICHOLAS. A. C. The officers and members of Washington Council. No. 3. Sons and Daughters of Liberty, are notified to at tend the funeral of Brother A. C. NICHO LAS at 8 p.m. Monday. March 31. 1930. from Nichols funeral parlor. 9th and Upshur sN-n,*' EDYTHE A. BERG. Councilor. ELSIE D. FILLMEN, Rec. Sec. **ARJT. On Monday, Mareh 31. 1930. Mary oconnell (nee Car ryl beloved mother of Mary. Thomas, Mrs. Rcgtna Hszcl. Florence. James and John O'Connell. Funeral from her lata residence, Idylwond, Va., to St. James' Church, West Falls Church, Va., Wednes day, April 2. at 9 a m. 1 SCHNEIDER. WALTER E. Suddenly, on fSU 1 . r ,il^-. March ’9 30 - WALTER I. SCHNEIDER, husband of Bessie M. Schnei der. Funeral services at Oawler's chapel, 1754 Pa. ave. n.w.. on Tuesday, April 1, at 3 p.m. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers. 31 SHEEHAN. JOSEPHINE. On Saturday, March 29, 1930. at Georgetown University Hospital, JOSEPHINE, beloved sister of the late Mary Sheehan. Funeral from W. Warren Taltavull's funeral home, 14th st. and Spring rd. n.w . on Tuesday. April 1. at 8:30 a.m.: requiem mass at 8t Dom inic s Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment at Mount Oli vet Cemetery. SMITH. MARY ELIZABETH. Suddenly, on Monday. March 31, 1930. at her residence. 506 B st. n.e., MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, widow of J. T. Smith. Remains are rest ing at Zurhorst's funeral parlors, 301 East Capitol st. Notice of funeral hereafter SNIFFIN. WILLIAM K. On Friday. March 28. 1930. at Mtneola Hospital. Long Island. New York, after a brief illness. WILLIAM K. SNIFFIN, beloved father of Mrs. Ruth S. Cromelin and Harry T. Sniffln and husband of the late Lillie Webb Sniffln. Funeral from his late residence, 3806 Oramercy st.. Chevy Chase, D. C., on Tuesday. April 1, at 2:30 p.m. Interment at Congressional Cemetery. SNIFFIN, WILLIAM K. A special communi cation of Benjamin B. French Lodge, No. 15. F. A. A. M., Is hereby called for Tues day. April 1. 1930. at 1:30 p.m., In Lodes Room. No. 1. Masonic Temple, Washing ton. p. C , for the purpose of conducting burial services for our late brother, WIL LIAM K. SNIFFIN. (This changes the date of the notice heretofore published and sent the members.) By order of the worshipful master. SIDNEY L BESSELIEVRE, Secretary. SUDDUTH. MARJORIE LEE. On Saturday, March 29. 1930. at 11:45 p.m., MARJORIE LEE SUDDUTH. In her thirty-sixth year, beloved wife of Bhirley Sudduth. Fu neral Tuesday. April 1. at 11 a.m., from St. John's Episcopal Church. Rockville, Md. Interment Rockville Union Cemetery. TAYLOR. MARIE. On Saturday. March 29. 1930, at her residence, 2808 Dumbarton ave. n.w.. MARIE TAYLOR, devoted sls ter of Meta. Joseph and George M. Tay lor. Notice of funeral later. Remains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis Co. West End parlor, 28th and Dumbarton ave. n.w. TAYLOR. SUSAN. On Saturday, March 39. 1930, SUSAN, devoted wife of Joseph Taylor and mother of William Taylor. Notice of funeral later. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church, 1432 You st. n.w. THOMAS. GEORGE R. Departed this life suddenly Saturday. March 29. 1930, GEORGE R. THOMAS. He leaves to mourn their loss a loving wife and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Tuesday. April 1, at 1 p.m.. from his late residence. 829 25th st. n.w. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. WEST. CLARA MAY. Departed this life on Sunday, March ?0. 1930. at 4:45 a.m., CLARA MAY. beloved wife of John W. Wert of 1420 New Jersey ave. n.w. Re mains resting at the residence of her mother-in-law. Mrs. Mamie A. Straughter. 1602 Vermont ave. n.w. Funeral services Tuesday. April 1. at 1 p.m , from Metro politan Baptist Church. R st. between 12th and 13th n.w. Relatives and friends in vited, Rev. E. C. Bmith, pastor. WEST, CLARA. Members of Ruth Chapter. No. 8. O. E. S.. are requested to attend the funeral of Honored Lady CLARA WEST Tuesday. April 1. 1930. at 1 p.m.. from Metropolitan Baptist Church. R st. between 11th and 13th sts. n.w. Remains rest at 1602 Vermont ave. n.w. Please wear black clothes. MARIE C. HARDWICK. R. Matron. EDWARD W. WEYMS. R. Patron. SARAH E. HOLMES, Secy. • It! iUmnrtam. ' BROOKS. FANNIE. In sad but loving re j membrance of my dear mother. FANNIE BROOKS, who fell asleep seven years ato . today, March 31, 1923. The depths of my sorrow I cannot tell At the loss of my mother I loved so well. And while she lies In peaceful rleep. Her memory I shall always keep. I may not know why death should come To take my mother from my home. But though my eyes with tears be dimmed. The Lord knows best. I trust in Him. - HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER, MAMIB WILLIAMS. I FINAGIN. L 5 ROY. In loving remembrance of our dear son. LE ROY FINAGIN. who departed this life seven years ago today, March 31. 1923. Seven years have passed and gone Bince he was taken from our home. He never more will pass this way. But we to him will go some day. MOTHER AND FATHER. • JOHNSON. OTHO. In loving remembrance of our dear father. OTHO JOHNSON, who departed this life one year ago today. March 31. 1929. Loving and kind in all his ways. Upright and just to the end of his days; Sincere and true in heart and mind— What a beautiful memory he left behind. HIS LOVING CHILDREN. BARBARA, OTHO. MARTHA. SOPHIA. • ULRICH. WILLIAM. In loving remembrance of my dear beloved son. WILLIAM UL RICH. who passed away seven years ago today. March 31. 1923. The years may wipe out many thlngg, But this they wipe out never— The memory of those happy days When we were all together. May the heavenly winds blow softly O'er that sweet and hallowed spot. 'Mid the changing scenes, dear Will, You shall never be forgot. HIS LOVING FATHER AND MOTHER. • ULRICH. WILLIAM R. In loving remem brance of our husbtnd and father. WIL LIAM R. ULRICH, who departed this Ufa seven years ago today. March 31. 1923. What happy days we once enjoyed, Whew we were all together. Oh. how changed it all is now. Since you have gone forever. HIS LOVING WIFE AND DAUGHTER. • WELCH. NELLIE. In sad but loving remem brance of our dearly beloved one, NELLIE WELCH, who departed this life March 31, 19 L we miss the welcome footsteps of the one we loved so dear. FAMILY. • WF.LCH. NELLIE. 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