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5n Cemetery Memorial* to be found in our Isplay yards. Best of materials and work manship—moderately priced. Washington Granite Monumental Co., Inc. WILLIAM JARDINE, Secty. 4I» N. V. Ave. N.W. Wat’l SS7O AMBULANCES $4.00 c.u Chamber* Co. <=* M ” T.„i t Automatic Heating ISppL yiTH only one life to live and only a limited number of ▼ ▼ 0 hours in which to utilize and enjoy it, the man—or family —that spends any of it in slavery to a furnace Is highly extravagant —especially when you fljH can "let your pup be the furnace man." JKSBm/nM - 4 The Bryant heated house is a home to be ipßjjßv' envied. No one in that household ever plays Mm nursemaid to the heating plant; there are no mid-winter failures with their heating equipment; •JL nobody keeps a constant eye on the fuel supply sUSfHWb and no fuel trucks ever drive up its driveways; in fact rarely does one even give a thought to the heating plant for days and weeks at a . time, because Bryant Gas Heating is truly auto mafic in fact as well as in name. The weekly winding of an eight-day cjock and an occasional glance at the conveniently located instrument panel, completely eliminates all coal heaving and ash removing. 4 But gas heating has other advantages as well. It is clean— free from all dust, dirt, soot, grime and oily n ' vapors which inevitably take their toll of house furnishings, walls and woodwork. It has no motors or blowers to create objectionable noises. It keeps temperatures absolutely uni form, automatically, which means a healthier home. % 4 With all of these advantages Bryant Gas Heating is moder ately priced and well within the means of most home owners. t Let us tell you just what it will cost to install this truly Automatic Heating Service in your home. A 'phone call will bring you a dependable estimate without imposing the slightest obligation. r In the city of Washington today | there are hundreds of homes enjoy* J ing the carefree pleasure of “GAS A A HEATING!” Some of these plants f\ C have been in use for four, five and six years, and we shall be glad to give a a 4^ you a list of these installations and /»" I * I let you make your own investigation. ■ ■ IVI All we ask is that before placing yfffft :^Si[ your order for next Winter's yflj fuel supply , INVESTIGATE iI[[1111 » & • k GAS FOR HEATING / jjj j * | “Washington Gas Light Co. NEW BUSINESS DEPARTMENT . House Heating Division Washing tw Salesroom; NAtional ' Georgetown Salesroom: | 419 Tenth St. N.W. 8280 Wisconsin and Dumbarton Aves. for steam, vapor, hot water and warm air systems. aiGAS APPLIANCE HEADQUARTERS In new houses and old wtmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmm TCsideflC€s> lOf£C Ufid Stfldlla DR. HAAS, VETERANS’ BUREAU, SUCCUMBS Dr. Carlton Daniel Haas of the council of appeals of the United States Veterans’ Bureau died at 6 o’clock this morning at Garfield Hospital after an illness of one month. Dr. Haas was born July 28, 1878, in Jefferson County, W. Va., and, after graduating from the University of Vir ginia, graduated as doctor of medicine at Georgetown University in 1897. At the outbreak of the World War THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON,. D. C.. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1930, Dr. Haas was commissioned captain in the Medical Corps and served throughout the war, coming to the Veterans’ Bureau in 1920. He has been associated with the board of appeals of the Veterans’ Bureau for nearly 10 years and recently for 6 years served as chairman of the board of appeals in New Orleans, La. He was considered an expert in gen eral medicine. He leaves a widow, Mrs. Mary E. Haas, who resides at the Wil sonia, 1830 K street. Dr. Haas will be burled in Arlington Cemetery, with full military honors, at 2 p.m. Monday. Services will be cor ' ducted by Rev. Calvert E. Buck. RITES FOR W. N. GATES, INTERIOR EMPLOYE, HELD The funeral of Walter N. Gates, vet eran employe of the Interior Depart ment, who died Thursday, was Jield today at his residence, 309 Fourth street southeast. Rev. John T. Turkinton, Pastor of the First Methodist Protestant Church, of which Mr. Gates was a member, officiated. Mr. Gates was bom in Baltimore February 22, 1854, but had resided in Washington practically all of his life. He married Miss Mollie Glascook of Baltimore in 1880. Mrs. Gates died two years after her marriage. Mr. Gates married Miss Jessie R. Pritchard of Washington in 1885. He is survived by his widow, a daughter, Mrs. Hattie Campbell of Washington; a son, Preston Gates of East Orange, N. J.; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mr. Gates was a member of Old Glory Council of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics and the Seneca Tribe of Red Men. Favorable Jleport on Road. A favorable report on the bill pro viding for construction of a roadway to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery was sub mitted to the House yesterday from the committee on military affairs. / LOST. BILL BOLD, lady’s, blue, containing over SIOO cash, on Connecticut ave. between Dupont Circle and N, Thursday, afternoon. Reward. Address Box 174-J. Star efflee. • DOG—White wire-haired terrier, with black spo* on back; tag No 10999. Reward. Phone Metropolitan 4100 or Potomac 1398. ESKIMO SPITZ, white; name •'Bud”: tag No 5978; reward. 15 2nd st. n.e. Lincoln 3598. EYEGLASSES. Friday, near 11th st. entrance Palais Royal. Reward. Clarendon 84-W-l. EYEGLASSES—OoId-rimmed, gold leather case. In Diamond taxi. Friday, at 4 p.m., going from the Mendota Apt. to 1300 New Hampshire ave. n.w. North 6594. 13* HALF-GROWN AIREDALE; Bucky; atrayed from 311 Quackenbos st. Reward. Phone Ga. 2926-J. 13* LORGNETTE GLASSES—Pair, gold rim. small, oblong. Finder please return to Velatl, 616 12th gt. for reward. 13* _ PACKAGE, containing military boots, spurs and belt, April 1, on P st.; 320 reward for return. Phone Bradley 148-J, before 8 a.m. or after 5:30 p.m. PERSIAN CAT, tangerine color, itrayed from Leland st. home. Please telephone Wlsconsln_2749-J. 13* PIT BULL TERRIER, male, white face, black patch over right eye. yellow-brown body with white markings, white tip to tall and white lower legs: 'about 40 pounds, had heavy, brass-studded collar with plate marked “F. G Henry, Marietta, Ohio." Strayed from 1132 13th st. n.w. Franklin 9782 Reward for information leading to recovery. is* PEKINGESE-Brown, female; answers to name "Ting-a-ling”; about 11 p.m. Friday. April 11, vicinity Georgia ave. and Allison st. n.w. Return to 4402 Georgia ave. or call Columbia 10488. Liberal reward. POCKETBOOK Green lizard, between Church of the Blessed Sacrament School and 6316 Brookevllle road, containing watch, compact, change coin and other articles. POLICE PUPPY, male; lost Thursday from 2700 Brentwood id. n.e. Reward. . Phone North 6653. POLICE DOG, "Trusty,” tan color; no col lar; last seen near 50th st. and Deane ave. n.e.. Wednesday afternoon; reward. 4629 Deane ave. n.e. Lin. 8295. PURSE, brown, containing money, glasses and keys, near 17th and Eye sts. n.w. Re ward. Call Mrs. Zugel, Met. 3270. Monday. RlNG—Plain gold, small diamond, on N at' between New Hampshire and Connecticut ave*., on April 11. Reward U returned to Room 211. 1615 H st. n.w. * WATCH, Swiss, set with diamonds and sap phires; Initialed: platted strap. Mrs. Gos nelL 2510 K st. n.w. West 0569. Reward. « 32.000 REWARD for return of chamois bag containing 2 pearl necklaces, one of 100 pearls and one of 139 pearls: 2 pearl rings and diamond brooch; lost April 6 at scene of automobile accident somewhere north of Fredericksburg, Va., on road to Washington, D. C. The Nichols Co., 625 Bond Building, Washington. D. C. Metropolitan 0316. tffcpmii tot _£&£&s.% j | Another New Home | ' ♦ just completed and occupied Drive through Kenwood tomorrow and see what has heen accomplished in constructive development in so short a time. »,• . . | Protecting restrictions make owner t " ' ship in Kenwood a safe investment '. I • - Our representatives will be found at the Field Office from 10 a.m., ready to guide you anywhere and answer all inquiries. Three Ways to Reach Kenwood Motor out Connecticut Avenue, through Bradley Lane, crossing Wis consin Avenue, continuing under the viaduct to entrance to Kenwood, three short squares on the left. Motor out Connecticut Avenue to Chevy Chase Circle, turning left ■ ! into Grafton Street, through Dorset Avenue, Somerset. . Or motor out Wisconsin Avenue to Dorset Avenue, Somerset, which will lead you directly into the south entrance of Kenwood. * •* i ■* ♦ '***'*• . f * . i *** 1 » - ; • * 1 ' ’ • •' ' . Kennedy-Gliamberlm Development Co. 240 Q Sixteenth’ Street ' Columbia 7280 •i~ * ~ 3 DO. I. KENNEDY, THEOLOGIAN. DIES Nationally Known Authority Drops Dead in Study After Heart Attack. Very Rev. Daniel Joseph Kennedy. O. P., 68 years old, nationally eminent as an authority on Catholic theology, dropped dead last night in his study at the Dominican House of Studies. Dr. Kennedy, apparently in excel lent health, had taken dinner with his conferees in the community refectory. An hour later he was found dead, stricken, according to Coroner J. Ram say Nevltt, by an acute heart attack. Following his ordination, Dr. Ken nedy was sent to the University of Frieburg, Switzerland, by Pope Leo XV as director of the theological depart ment. An appointment to a professorship of theology at the Dominican House of Studies at Somerset, Ohio, occasioned the return of Dr. Kennedy to this country. In 1905, a distinguished teacher of psychology and theology, Dr. Kennedy came to Washington, occupying a chair at Catholic University for 15 years. He wrote several authoritative books on theological history and biography. Dr. Kennedy is survived by a sister, who is a nun in the Dominican Order in Knoxville. Solemn high mass will be celebrated In St. Dominic’s Church, Sixth and E streets southwest, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in the Calvary Cemetery. Asks Absolute Divorce. Mrs. Dorothy F. Hunt, temporarily residing at Round Hill, Va., yesterday filed suit for an absolute divorce from William H. Hunt of Purcellvllle, Va. They were married May 3, 1922, and the wife charges desertion and miscon duct. Attorney Leonard A. Block ap pears for the wife. ■■ ■— • - Marriage Licenses. Horace W. Belt. 32, this city, and Ruth A. Childress, 22, Hyattsville. Md.; Rev. Sam uel E. Rose. Clarence C. Roberts. 21. and Elizabeth M. Sprouse. 18; Rev. F. F. Shoup. Harold W. Phillips. 38. and Hazel D. Cook, 30; Judge Robert E. Mattingly. Leon P. Smith. 21. and Daisy M. Jackson, 19; Rev. E. C. Smith. Howard Ennis. Jr.. 35, this city, and Marion Somers. 22, Atlantic City, N. J.: Rev. Allan F. Poore. Charles H. Hinkle. 27, and Anna L. Gaines, 22: Rev. E. Hex Swem. Maylon D. Bryant, 32, and Emily C. Green, 29, both cl Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. B. F. Bryan. Births Reported. John D. and Mildred E. Pulliam, boy. Everett and Malissa Carroll, boy. Charles and Lottie Graves, boy. Thomas M. and Bertha Anderson, boy. Lester V. and Gertrude E. Barrett, boy. William and Ellen Roche, girl. Richard I. and Elenor M. Everett, girl. George A. and Grace L. Wilkinson, girl. James A. and Evelyn L. LaFontaine, girl. Kenneth and Anna Livingston, boy. Howard T. and Marguerite Phelps, boy. Walter S. and Mary E. Brown, twin boys. Pleasant and Maria Morrow, boy. Randolph and Luvenla Gaines, boy. Martin and Beatrice Johnson, boy. Robert and Lola Miller, girl. Howard W. and Elma E. Kemp. girl. John and Gertrude Lowery, girl. John H. and Nellie Oant. girl. (Card of Gtyattkfi. KICKS. JOHN T I wlih to express my sin cere appreciation to my many relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes at . the death of my dear husband, JOHN T. > RICKS. SUSIE L. RICKS. I ALDER. ANNIE. On Friday, April 11. I*3o. at her residence. 203 9th st. s.e., ANNIE ALDER (nee Robey), beloved wife of , Thomas H. Alder. Remains at the chapel I of Thomas F. Murray A Son. 2007 Nichols ave. a.e. Notice of funeral later. 13 BEROUNG. JOHN. On Friday. April 11. 1930, at 3:15 p m., at his residence. 4619 48th st. n.w.. JOHN BEROUNO, husband of the late Lillie S. Berating, in his 75th year. He Is survived by the following sons and daughters: Gregory W.. John L., Oeorge J„ M. Ruth, Mrs. L. C. Thornton, Mrs. L. C. Nolan of Washington. D. C., and Sylvanus F. of Hyattsville. Md.; Sister , Frances de Sales of the Monastery of the Visitation, and one brother. Theodore A. Bergllng. Funeral (requiem mass) Mon day, April 14. 1930. at 9:30 am., from St. Ann's Catholic Church, 4400 Wisconsin ’ ave. n.w. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. Please omit flowers. 13* BOWLES. WILLIAM C. On Friday. April 11. 1630, at 4:45 p.m., at his residence, ' the Lindbergh Apt.. 200 Mass. ave. n.w.. WILLIAM C. BOWLES, beloved husband of Signora L. Bowles, aged 77 years. Fu neral from the above residence on Mon day, April 14, at 1:15 p.m., thence to St. Andrew's Protestant Episcopal Church, 15th st. and New Hampshire ave. n.w., at , 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Congressional Cemetery. 13 CLARK. EMMA. On Thursday. April 10, 1930, at Seneca. Md., EMMA CLARK, de voted mother of Susie E. Castile, Alonso , Mitchell and Earnest Smith. Funeral from Beneca, Md., M. E. Church, 2 p.m., Sun ! day, April 13. 1 INSPECTOR RATCLIFFE I IS DEAD AT AGE OF 55 i Inspector Louis Alfred Ratcliffe, 55 1 years old, who had made a notable record In the District? Fire Department for rescue work, died yesterday at his i home, 411 A street southeast, after an illness of several weeks. In 1922, following his heroic work in the removal of the dead and injured at the Knickerbocker Theater collapse, Inspector Ratcliffe was awarded a cita tion by the District Commissioners. Three years later he received further commendation for conspicuous work at the Kann warehouse fire. His efforts in connection with war registration also occasioned official recognition. A native of Washington, Ratcliffe was appointed to the Fire Department in 4906, being promoted to the rank of inspector in 1918. In recent years he had been attached to the fire marshal’s office. Besides his widow, Mrs. Violet Rat cliffe, he is survived by three sons, J. Paul, L. Johnson and T. Herbert Rat cliffe, all of this city. Funeral services will be held from the residence at 8:30 o’clock Tuesday morning, followed by requiem mass in St. Peter’s Church. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Deaths Reported. Susan E. Warfield, 87, 12 Rhode Island ave. John Murrell, 66, Homeopathic Hospital. Robert F. Acree. 60, Tuberculosis Hospital. Agnes McCoy. 59, Garfield Hospital. Pearl E. Russell. 36. Georgetown Hospital. John Garrison. 22. Georgetown Hospital. William F. A. Wallace, 17, National Train ing School for Boys. George Fischer, 17, en route to Casualty Hospital. Martha Hill. 79, 805 44th st. n.e. John W. Mills. 66. 1326 9th st. William H. Tibbs. 57. 2202 11th st. John Bcott, 56, en route Gallinger Hos pital. John Harris. 45, 901 4*4 st. s.w. Isaac Fisher. 44. Freedmen's Hospital. Wiley Bolding. 32, Freedmen’s Hospital. Edwin W. Davidson, 20, Freedmen’s Hos pital. Alfreds Dyson. 20. Tuberculosis Hospital. Cornelius Burrell, jr.. 18. 1733 Seaton st. Herman Williams, 17 months. Children’s Hospital. o*atffn. COPENINO. JAMES. On Thursday. April 10. 1830, at his residence. 3377 Bth kt, n.w.. .JAMES COPENINO. devoted husband of Nellie Copenlng. father of Elsie, James and Eugene Copenlng. Notice of funeral later Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church, 1433 U st. n.w. DONN. KATHERINE A. On Thursday. April 10. 1930. at Sacred Heart Home. Hyatts vllle. Md„ KATHERINE A., beloved wife of the late Prank W. Donn. Puneral lrom W. Warren Taltevull’s funeral home, 14th st. and Spring rd. n.w., on Monday. April 14, at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 13 GARNER, HANNAH C. On Thursday. April 10, 1930. at Providence Hospital. HANNAH C GARNER (nee Breen), beloved wife of George T. Garner. Puneral from the resi dence of her daughter, 3823 South Dakota ave n.e., on Monday, April 14, at 8:30 *jn.; thence to St. Prancls de Sales' Church, where mass will be said at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. - 13 HAYWOOD. EDITH CARTER. On Wednes day. April 9. 1930. at Brownsville Hospital, East New York City, EDITH CARTER, de voted wife of Rev. Edward Haywood and beloved daughter of Lydia L. and the late John (Bub) T. Carter of McLean. Va. Besides her husband and mother, she Is survived by two stepchildren, four sisters, two brothers and a host of other rela tives. Funeral from Pleasant Grove M. E. Ch u , r Sh. Ash Grove, Va,. Sunday. April 13, 1930, at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. 13* HINES, MARION V. Suddenly, on Friday. April 11, 1930, at her residence. 23 IS Pennsylvania ave. n.w.. MARION V. be loved wife of the late Albert B. Hines. Funeral services at her late residence on Tuesday. April 15. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Stephen’s Church at 9 a.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 14 KESTERSON. MARGARETT A. On Friday, April 11. 1930. at her residence, 733 4th st. se.. MARGARETT A. KESTERSON (nee Summers), aged 83 years, beloved wife of the late George W. Kesterson. Funeral from her late residence, Monday. April 14, at 2:30 pm. Relatives and friends In vited. Interment at Congressional Ceme tery. • KRIEG, EDWARD J. Suddenly, on Thurs day. April 10. 1930. at Georgetown Uni versity Hospital. EDWARD J.. beloved son of the late Godfrey and Catherine Krieg, aged 52 years. Funeral from ihe resi dence of his brother. Joseph Krieg. 3144 17th st. n.w., on Monday. April 14. at 8:30 am., thence to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart. 16th st. and Park rd.. where mass will be said at 9 o’clock for the repose of his soul. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 13 KRIEG, EDWARD JAMES. Washington. D. C., Lodge, No. 15, B P. O. Elks: The lodge will convene In ’’session of sorrow" at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. April 13, 1930. lor the purpose of paying tribute to the mem ory of our late brother. EDWARD JAMES KRIEG. past trustee, who passed to the Grand Lodge of the Hereafter April 10. Elk services at late residence. 3144 17th st. n.w , at 8 p.m. By order cf GEORGE E. STRONG. Exalted Ruler. Attest: WM. s. SHELBY", Secretary. LOOSE. NELLIE RIDLEY. On Friday. April 11. 1930, at Garfield Hospital, NELLIE RIDLEY, beloved wife of J. Louis Loose. Funeral from the parlors of Almus R. Speare. 1623 Connecticut ave.. on Monday, April 14, at 10:30 a.m. Interment private. 13 LUMPKINS. GEORGE W. On Thursday, April 10. 1930. at Boston. Mass.. GEORGE W. LUMPKINS, devoted husband of Nancy Lumpkins, son of the late Geo W. and Rowena W. Lumkpins. father of Ann Rosa, Sarah. George, jr., and Joanna Lumpkins and loving brother of Lucy E. Johnson, Hattie C. Gaines. Esther L. Turner and Clara L. Bundy. Funeral Tuesday, April 15. at 2 p.m., from the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church, 1432 U st. n.w. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 14 MANLY. JOHN ALEXANDER. Departed this life on Thursday. April 10. 1930, at 9:30 am., at his residence, 1747 U st. n.w., Washington. D. C„ JOHN ALEX ANDER MANLY. He leaves a wife. Agnes Poe Manly; two children, six sisters and one brother. Funeral Sunday, April 13, 2 p m.. from McGuire's funeral home. 9th and Westminster sts. n.w. Interment Ar lington, Va. Friends and relatives in vited. 12* MANLY, JOHN. Members of the Young Men’s Immediate Relief Association are requested to attend the funeral of JOHN MANLY. Sunday. April 13, 1930, at 2 p.m.. from McGuire's funeral home. 9th and Westminster sts. n.w. THOMAS HOLLAND, President. MURPHY. JAMES M. Suddenly, oh Friday. April 11, 1930, at his residence. 2146, Flor-. Ida ave. n.w.. JAMES M. MURPHY. No tice of funeral later. • » MULVIHILL. JAMES J. Suddenly on Fri day. April 11, 1930. JAMES J., beloved husband of Catherine Mulvlhill- (nee Brown) of 901 Monroe st. n.e. Funeral from Hanlons funeral chapel Monday, April 14. at 8:30 a.m. High requiem mass at St. Anthony's Church at 9 arm. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 13 RATCLIFFE. LOUIS A. .On Friday. April 11. 1930, at his residence. 411 A st- s.e., LOUIS A., beloved husband of Margaret V. Ratcliffe (nee Ihrie). Funeral from the above residence on Monday. April 14, at 8 30 a.m.; thence to St. Peter's Church, where mass will be said at 9 am. Inter ment at Oak Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 13 REED. F.ARNESTINE. Departed this life on Friday, April 11, 1930, at 6:15 a.m., rt her residence. 202 I st. s.w.. EARN3STINE REED. She leaves to mourn their loss a loving mother, husband, a devoted sister and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed Saturday after 6:30 p.m., at Barbour Bros.’ funeral home. 48 K st. n.e. Funeral Sunday. April 13. at 1 p.m.. from Zion Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd and 4V* sts. s.w.. Rev. Wash ington pastor. Interment Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. SAYLES. CARRIE C. Officers and members of Phylis Wheatley Tent. No. 384. are hereby notified there will be a special meeting to arrange for the funeral of our leader, Sister CARRIE C. SAYLES. at 312 D st. s.w.. Saturday. April 12. at 8 p.m. Funeral Monday. April 14, at 12 m., from Zion Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd and 4Vi sts. s.w. All sister tents invited. LANDONIA JEROME, S. M. EDITH CHAMBERS, Rec. Secy. 11 SAYLES. CARRIE. Officers and members of Dickerson Tabernacle. No. 44, A. I. O. of Moses, are notified to aitend a call meet ing Saturday. April 12, 1930. at 7:30 o’clock, at the Moses Home, 1421 T st. n.w., to arrange for the funeral of CAR RIE SAYLES. Funeral Monday. April 14. at 12 o'clock from Zion Baptist Church, F st. between 4 1/ 2 and 3rd sts. s.w. BROTHER RUBIN MINOR. W. P. SISTER BERTIE EDELIN, Fin. Sec. • SAYLES. CARRIE C. Officers and members of Forest Temple, No. 9. I. B. P. O. E. of W. are notified of the death of Daughter CARRIE C. SAYLES. Session of sorrow Saturday. April 12. at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Pythian Bldg., Room 6, 12th and You sts. n.w. Funeral Monday. April 14. at 12 m.. from Zion Baptist Church. F st. between 3rd and 4>i sts s.w. Morning Star Lodge. No. 40: Columbia Temple. No. 422. and Columbia Lodge. No. 84. are respectfully invited. LINDA FORTUNE, D. R. MARIE PIERCE, F. S. SAYLES, CARRIE. Officers and members of Electa Chapter, No. 6, O. E. S., please meet at Zion Baptist Church. F st. be tween 3rd and 4>/a sts. s.w., Monday. April 14. at 12 noon sharp, to attend the fu neral of Honor Lady CARRIE SAYLES. Please wear all black, with white gloves. EMMA G. PEDDIFORD. R. M. RALPH BARBOUR, A. P. BLANCHE COGHILL. Sec. SAYLES, CARRIE C. The officers and mem bers of Alicia Court, No. 1. Order of Cy rene. are requested to attend the funeral of Sister CARRIE C. SAYLE3. on Monday. April 14. 1930. at 12 m., from Zion Bap tist Church. F st. between 3rd and 4'/ z sts. s.w. Sister courts invited. JANE A. WASHINGTON. R. M. JOSEPH MINOR. Chief Eng. MAYME L. STEWART, Sec. SOPER, PIERRE A. On Friday. April 11. 1930. at United States Naval .Hospital, PIERRE A., beloved husband of Sarah Elizabeth Soper (nee Sparrow). Funeral from his late residence. 1341 W st. s.e., on Monday. April 14. at 1 p.m. Services at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 18th and V sts. s.e.. at 1:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 13 • SOPER. PIERRE A. Comrades of Richard J. Harden Camp, No. 2, U. S. W. V.. are re quested to assemble at 1341 W st. s.e. Monday, April 14. 1930. at 13.45 p.m.. to at tend the funeral of our late Comrade, P. A. SOPER. LEO M. DEVLIN, Commander. SPRIGGS. MAY. On Friday. April 11. 1930, at Tuberculosis Hospital, MAY SPRIGGS, devoted daughter of' Monroe and Lottie Spriggs. She also leaves five sisters and one brother. Notice of funeral later. Re mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. dhurch, 1432 U st. n.w. TOLLIVER, JAMES. On Thursday. April 10. 1930. at Tuberculosis Hospital. JAMES TOLLIVER, devoted brother of Bernard Jones. Elmer Ashton and Ethel Johnson and nephew of Mrs. Marv Beverly of 1425 Bth st. n.w. Funeral Sunday, April 13. at 3 p.m., from the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church, 1432 You st. n.w. 13 TWYMAN, GOODLOE C. On Friday. April 11, 1930, at the John Dixon Home. GOOD LOE C. TWYMAN. Funeral from the chapel of John R. Wright Co., 1337 10th st. n.w., Monday. April 14. at 2:30 p.m. Interment at Rock Creek Cemetery. 13* CEMETERIES. IFORT LINCOLN CEMETERY 1 Non-Sectarian Perpetual Care || LOTS * VAULTS CRYPTS WIDE RANGE SOLD OR RENTED FOR ASHES REASONABLE PRICES—TERMS § i \ MODERN CREMATORIUM | Washingt on-Baltimore Blvd. at District Lina gj | Lodge House City Office, 1332 G St. N.W. Line. 3579 , District 6103 A-7 Beatlja. WALDECKER. FRANZ C. On March 31, 193?, at London. England, Dr. FRANZ C. WALDECKER. beloved husband of Dora Bergmann Waldecker. Funeral from the parlors of Almus R. Speare, 1823 Conn, ave. n.w., on Monday, April 14, at 2 p m. Interment private. 13 WATSON. ENINETTE. on Friday, April 11. 1930, ENINETTE WATSON Os 1337 U St. s.e., widow of Hugh Watson. Funeral from the chapel of A. J. Schlppert. 2008 Pa. ave. n.w., on Monday, April 14, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 13 WHITE, ESTELLE. A special meeting of Martha Tent. No. 25. Saturday, April 12. 1930, at 8 p.m., at the Tent Hall, 12th and R sts. n.w., to arrange for the funeral of Sister ESTELLE WHITE. Funeral Sun day, April 13, at 2 p.m.. from Salem Bap tist Church, N st. between 9th and 10th sts. n.w. Ail sister tents are invited to attend. MARTHA CHILDS, Leader. SARAH WARNER, Rec. Sec. lit* fUemarfam. BARRETT, MICHAEL A. In memory of our devoted father, MICHAEL A. BARRETT, who departed this life one year ago today, April 12, 1929. No one knows the silent heartache— Only those who have lost can tell Os the grief that Is borne in silence For the one we loved so well. I stood beside his bedside And saw his life depart. And, oh, when I realized he was dead It almost broke my heart. SONS. JOHN AND JIM. • BARRETT. MICHAEL A. In remembrance of a devoted and loving father. MICHAEL A. BARRETT, who departed this life one year ago today. April 12, 1929. Anniver sary mass St. Martin’s Church. LOVING DAUGHTERS. MAMIE AND KITTY. • BUTLER, HERMAN F. In loving remem brance of my dear son. HERMAN F. BUT LER, who departed this life three years ago today, April 12. 1927. Three years have passed, dear Herman, But my heart is just the same. Many a silent tear has fallen At the mention of your name. God Is good. He gives me strength To bear my heavy cross. He is the only one who knows How bitter is mv loss HIS LONELY MOTHER, DELIA BUTLER. What happy days we once enjoyed When we were all together; But. oh. how changed it all is now Since you have gone forever. AUNT JOE. It is not the tears that are shed That tell of the hearts that are broken. But the silent tears In the after vears. In remembrance silently spoken. GRANDFATHER. GRANDMOTHER MAD ISON AND AUNT AMY. * CRAWFORD. VICTORIA. CHARLES AND TONEY. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear mother. VICTORIA CRAW FORD, who died two years ago today, April 12. 1928: our father. CHARLES CRAWFORD, who died twenty-six years ago. November 22. 1904. and our brother. TONEY CRAWFORD, who died twenty years ago, March 11, 1910. Wc saw you fading like a flower, mother. But could not make you stay. • We nursed you with tender kindness Until God called you away. HER CHILDREN. «• HAWKINS. MINNIE B. In remembrance of my devoted mother, MINNIE B. HAW KINS, who departed this life three years ago today. April 12, 1927. Yes, I miss my mother, I know I always will. Three years ago she left me, My heart Is aching still. HER DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MOLLIE HAWKINS. LOCKE. SARAH BROADUS. In sacred mem ory of our dear mother. SARAH BROADUS LOCKE, who died 12 years ago today. April 12. 1918. Somewher# In new realms above Life spins a golden cord. Where in eternal peace and love The family Is restored. HER CHILDREN. CORA AND ROGER. • McCullough, mary alice. in loving memory of our dear mother, MARY ALICE McCULLOUGH. who departed this life one year ago today. April 12. 1929. Short and serious was the spell Os our dear mother, we loved so well. The blow was hard, the shock severe: We little thought that death was near. We did not knew the pain she bore Or hear her final sigh. We, only know she passed away Without a last good-by. BERTIE AND DAVE. • McPHERSON, ORLANDO M. In abiding de votion to Orlando M. McPherson, who died three years ago, April 12, 1927. .He lives In minds made better by his presence MAUD E. McPHERSON. * NESMT, MARY A. Sacred to the memory of pur dear mother. MARY A. NESBIT. whb departed this life two years ago to day, April 12. 1928. In our hearts your memory lingers, Always 4ender. fond and true; There is not a day, dear mother. We do not think of you. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. * RAMSEY, NORA. In remembrance of mv mother. NORA RAMSEY, who died April 12. 1921. She is gone, but not forgotten. And has dawned another year. In my lonely hours of thinking. Thoughts of her are always near DAUGHTER. VENABLE. LILLIE. In sad but loving mem ory of my dear mother, LILLIE VENABLE, who departed this life one year ago today, April 12. J 929. In my heart your memory lingers. Sweet, tender, kind and true. There Is not a day I do not think of you LOVING DAUGHTER. SUSIE BROWN. • WADE. MARGARETTA B. In sad but lov ing remembrance of our dear sister, MAR GARETTA B. WADE, who departed this life two years ago today. April 12, 1928. Sunshine passes, shadows fall; Love’s remembrance outlasts them all. HER LOVING SISTERS. EDDS, MARY AND JOSEPHINE. FUNERAL DIRECTORsT Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) VH4 m Cf MW Phon » west 0096 QUO*! M 01. IN.VV. Established 1841 Frank Geier's Sons Co. Modernchapei.fffc&S, National 2473 TIMOTHY HANLON Funeral Director Private Ambulant* 641 H St. N.E. Line. 5543 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successors of nor connected with the original W. R. Speare establish- KKi Pr*nk. „„ H SL N.W. _ Formerly 840 F St. N.W. Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance SAftbg Lincoln 0524 Bstablisbed 1876 JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. _ 1387 10th St. N.W. Phone North 0047_ ALMUS R. SPEARE Succeeding the Original W. R. 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