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SOCIETY OF NATIVES
TO HOLD DINNER Irent Will Commemorate Anniver sary of Laying of Corner Stone of D. C. The ninth annual dinner of the So ciety of Nativea of the District of Co lumbia will be held tonight at the Raleigh Hotel, to commemorate the an niversary of the laying of the compr atone of the original District of Colum YOU ARE WELCOME TO A CHARGE ACCOUNT Eiseman’s liberal credit plan enables any man to be well dressed while paying in small weekly or monthly amounts. This modern and thrifty service is costless. There are no interest or extra charges. Come in and open an account Today. NEW SPRING SUITS, $25 TO $35 Eiseman’s Seventh and F Sts. ljj&> ar I "Free... A 35c Liggett’s Tooth Brush with each purchase of a tube \. of Rexall Milk of Magnesia Tooth For The HAIR Paste at the regular price of 11 39c - _ ““ \XSA \ Both 9AC 100 75c Stacomb ... 53c I WtUMp’* 74c ; 50c Newbro'a ae\ .Milk ©t \ ttluC H * r * ,i « id * Magnesia MfL x. 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Eskay s Neurophos -75c Bell-Ans Tablets... v .44c phitea 1.29 Pacifiers, Nipples, Nursing 35c Vick's V.po Rub 21c 1.00 Wampole’s Extract Bottles, etc. 125 S ' S ' S 99c °t Cod Ltver... 7Sc Jt! f bis, and to mark the tenth year of the organisation. Representative Richard N. Elliott of Indiana, chairman of the House com mittee on public buildings and grounds, will be the principal speaker, and there also will be addresses by Theodore W. Noyes, president of the Association of Oldest Inhabitants of the District of Columbia, and others. Fred A. Emery, president of the So ciety of Natives, will preside. The dinner starts at 7:30. Barber Refuses to Bob Hair. LONDON, April 25 (IP). —A barber in Brixton refuses to bob hair because he thinks the Bible forbids it. In his shop is a sign from Corinthians, “If a woman have long hair it is a glory to her.” THE EVENING STAR,, WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930. FOREIGN WAR VETERANS PREPARE POPPY SALE Hoover Indorses Activity Carried on to Aid Relief of Men, Widows and Orphans. With the approach of Memorial day, posts of the Veterans of Foreign Wars are preparing to conduct their annual buddy poppy sale simultaneously throughout the country during the week prior to May 30 to raise funds for the adequate maintenance of their relief activities. A total of 6,000,000 of the red poppies will be In readiness for the opening of the national sale. Most of these ‘ are being made in Government This S4OO Funeral Don't forget, we will give you a couch casket funeral $175 Remember, Chambers gives a S2OO funeral, all complete SIOO Air-sealed metal vaults, best that are made, only SBS The price of all caahet* include* the whole funeral There i* nothing elee to pay for We Claim We Produce the Finest Economical Funerals in the World CALL The Greater W. W. CHAMBERS Co Col. 0432 14th Cor. Chapin St. N. W. Col. 0432 hospitals through an arrangement with the United States Veterans’ Bureau. Since the first poppy sale in 1932 the annual event has received the Indorse ment of the President. Other indorse ments of national significance Include those of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs and State federations and William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor. The sale proceeds are devoted entirely to relief activities, a portion being al lotted to the maintenance and expan sion of the national home for widows and orphans of ex-service men main tained in Michigan. Woman, 97, Die* of Heasle*. COFFEYVILLE. Kans., April 25 (A»). —Mrs. Sarah Chapman, 97, died of measles here yesterday. THE WEATHER | District of Columbia —Pair tonight and tomorrow; not much change In temperature; minimum temperature to night about 36 degrees; gentle north west and west winds. Maryland—Pair; continued cool to night and tomorrow; possibly light frost In the Interior tonight; fresh northwest and north winds. Virginia—Fair; continued cool to night; possibly light frost in the inte rior; tomorrow partly cloudy; moderate north winds. West Virginia—Pair tonight with light to heavy frost: toirirrow increas ing cloudiness; not change in temperature. Record for 24 Hours. Thermometer—4 p.m., 49; 8 p.m., 42; 12 midnight, 40; 4 a.m., 39; 8 a.m., 43; noon, 58. Barometer —4 p.m., 29.86; 8 p.m., 29.92; 12 midnight, 29.93; 4 a.m., 29.91; 8 a.m., 29.97; noon, 29.95. Highest temperature, 53, occurred at noon today; lowest temperature, 38, oc curred at 6 a.m. today. Temperature same date last year— Highest, 72; lowest, 59. Tide Tables. (Furnished by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today—Low tide, 12:32 p.m.; high tide, 5:41 a.m. and 6:02 p.m. Tomorrow —Low tide, 12:42 a.m. and 1:18 p.m.; high tide, 6:24 aun. and 6:47 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today—Sun rose, 5:19 a.m.; sun sets, 6:54 p.m. Tomorrow —Sun rises, 5:18 a.m.; sun sets, 6:55 p.m. Moon rises, 3:57 a.m.; sets, 3:50 p.m. Automobile lamps to be lighted one half hour after sunset. Weather In Various Cities. m Temperature. I 11 "? 5 ! Stations.' S' 3.2 2-“ o = Weathsr. •S 5" & - r » Abirtne, Tex... 39.88 88 88 ....Cloudy Albany, N. Y... 39.78 43 36 .... Cloudy Atlanta. Oa 30.04 62 44 .... Clear Atlantic City... 29.90 50 34 .... Pt cloudy Baltimore, Md.. 39.94 50 36 .... Pt.cloudy Birmingham ... 3008 88 43 ....Clear Bismarck, N D. 30.14 »4 36 ....Cloudy Boston. Maas... 39.72 48 34 .... Clear Buffalo. N. Y... 29.94 36 30 0.02 Cloudy Charleston, B.C. 30.00 86 64 ....Clear Chicago. 111.... 30.14 40 36 ....Cloudy Cincinnati. Ohio 30.14 48 32 ...w Clear Cleveland. Ohio. 30.06 42 36 .... Pt .cloudy Columbia, 8. C. 30.04 64 44 .... Clear Denver, C 010... 29.73 72 48 0.04 Cloudy Detroit. Mich... 30.08 SO >4 ....Clear El Paso. Tex... 29.80 82 54 .... Clear Galveston. Tex. 29 96 76 7p .... Pt.cloudy Helena. Mont... 29.84 64 48 0.32 Cloudy Huron. 8. Dak. 30.18 58 40 Cloudy Indlanapollg.lnd 30.14 44 34 ....Clear Jacksonville. Fla. 29.98 70 50 ....Clear Kansas Clty.Mo. 30.12 82 46 .... Raining Los Angela* 29 96 70 56 .... Cloudy Louisville, Ky.. 30.16 52 36 .... Clear Miami, Pla 29 84 80 66 0.18 Clear New Orleans... 30.02 76 60 ....Clear New York, N.Y. 29.84 42 38 ....Cloudy Oklahoma City. 29.94 72 54 ....Cloudy Omaha. Nebr . 30.14 62 48 ....Cloudy Philadelphia. Pa. 29 92 46 38 ....Cloudy Phoenix. Ari*.. 29.78 88 82 ....Clear Pittsburgh. Pa.. 30.04 36 34 ....Cloudy Portland, Me.... 29.70 40 28 Clear Portland, Ores. 29 94 64 48 0.08 Cloudy Raleigh. N. C... 30.04 60 40 ....Clear Salt Lake City. 29.88 66 46 0.16 Pt cloudy San Antonio 29.90 80 64 .... Raining San Diego. Calif 29 94 66 58 .... Cloudy San Francisco. 29 98 64 64 .... Pt.cloudy St. Louis, M 0... 30.16 56 42 .... Clear St. Paul. Minn.. 30.22 52 34 .... Clear Seattle. Wash... 29 96 64 48 ....Clear Spokane. Wash. 29.96 58 44 0.44 Clear Tampa, Fla 29 90 84 62 ....Clear WASH.. D. C.... 29.96 50 38 .... Clear FOREIGN. (7 a m , Greenwich time, today.) Stations. Temperature. Weather. London. England 52 Clear Paris, Prance 54 Clear Vienna. Austria 62 Clear Brest. Prance 50 Clear Stockholm, Sweden 48 Clear Gibraltar, Spain 5* _F le V (Noon. Oreenwlch time, today.) Horta (Fayal). Azores.... 60 Part cloudy (Current observations ! Hamilton. Bermuda go Cloudy San Juan. Porto Rico..., 80 Part c oudy Havana, Cuba. 72 Part cloudy Colon, Canal Zone 80 Cloudy The word “pidgin” In Pidgin-English comes from the Chinese attempt to pronounce the word “business.’* If Your Foot Hurt ... Soo Your CHIROPODIST and than bo fittad in a pair of WILBUR COON SHOES Phono Matropolitan 8726 "THE MODERN TREND" In Cemetery Memorials to be found in our display yards. Best of materials and work manship—moderately priced. WASHINGTON GRANITE MONUMENTAL CO., Inc. 4a N. W Y I . I i I 4“^ RDmE ’ 5879. Mlii^ n wrw.w.PEAir|H R Time to Learn V proper time to learn about * funeral costs is before the | need arises. There is no time for P aJJ learning then. Feeling this way about the mat* ter, we state clearly and fre* quently that the. cost of service here is a matter which need give no one the slightest worry. Com* plete services here range from $125 up to as much as one may wish to pay. ml ■ Imwmri FUNERAL HOME t7or reference, Gtisk your neighbor 816 H STREET. M. E. PHONES'-LINCOLN 8200*8201 CEMETERIES. CEMETERIES. | FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY jj Non-Sectarian Perpetual Care I LOTS VAULTS CRYPTS | WIDE RANGE SOLD OR RENTED FOR ASHES REASONABLE PRICES—TERMS MODERN CREMATORIUM W’ashington-Baltimora Blvd. at District Lina jjc Lodge House City Office, 1332 G St.* N.W. Line. 3579 District 6103 WHEAT REDUCTION OPPOSED BY REED Kansas Governor Tells Legge Acreage Cut Now Is Unwarranted. By the Associated Press. TOPEKA, April 25.—Taking issue again with the Federal Farm Board’s proposals for a reduction in the coun try’s wheat acreage, Gov. Clyde M. Reed of Kansas today asserted in a letter to Alexander Legge, chairman of the board, that such a program Is unwarranted at this time. Quoting the 1928 Republican national platform, Gov. Reed said he was "quite certain it was not in the mind of any one at that time that placing 'the agricultural interests of America on a basis of economic equality with other industries’ meant that the farmer would have to reduce his production, which has always been on an export basis, to a basis of domestic requirements.” The governor’s lengthy letter quoted statistics to show the country’s popula tion in the past 30 years had increased faster than its production of wheat and that “as a result” exports of the grain from the United States during the past six years were less than they were 30 years ago. He expressed hope that the "rela tive short* world crop of 1929 would cause the carry-over produced by the plentiful crops of the two preceding years to disappear, and that “at the end of this crop year the. world wheat conditions would bf restored to what might be fairly termed a ‘normal con dition.’ ” Deaths Reported. William H. Spelshouse. 85. 1430 Rho<)« Island ave. ... _ . . h\* Hospital. Walter 8. AtwiU. ar., 75, 3922 6th at. Emma 8. Hughes, 74, Wisconsin and Mas- Spalfht, 72, 1441 East Capitol at. Beatrice Dellgnere. 69, 737 Webster at. Elhanan W. Keyser, 67. Casualty Hospital. Mary Cooper, 47, Providence Hospital. Edward A. Roberts, 45, Walter Reed Oen ersamueflt A. l Lantg, 27, Stanton Park Hos- Pi Ellen McKenzie, 35, Providence Hospital. Henry R. Trageser, 27, Lyon Park, Va., to Georgetown Hospital. Don E. Moyd, St. Ann’s Infant Asylum. Infant of Joseph and Thelma Cavanaush, Sibley Hospital. „ ' William Hawkins. 85, Home for Aged and Infirm. Henry Warren. 65. Gallinger Hospital. Matilda Rousey. 53. Gallinger Hospital. Sarah Brown, 50. Home for Aged and In firm. Georgtana Simpson. 48. 2 Messer st. Henrietta Burwell, 40. Emergency Hospital. Mattie Tibbs. 39. 1804 7th st. Carrie Hawkins. 37. 1535 9th st. Susie Cross. 35, 1009 6th st. s.w. Bert Jones. 28. Tuberculosis Hospital. Rebecca Templeman. 20, en route Emer-, gency Hospital. Joseph Parker. 20. Providence Hospital. Earnest Smallwood, Jr., 16. 2606 Fort Stan ton rd. s.e. George Griffin. 2025 11th »t. Elizabeth Smith. Freedmen’s Hospital. Earl Mullen. Children's Hospital. Infant of Augustus and Quennie Ray. 1116 50th P L n.e. „ FOUND. FOR LOST ANIMALS apply Animal ftescne League. 646 Maryland ave. a.w. Nat. 5088. LOST. ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM BOOK, containing work plans; lost either on 11th st. between F and Pa. ave. or on Pa. ave. ear bet. 11th and 9th ats. Finder please return same to W. B. Moses te Sons. 11th and P sts. BAG. black, flat. April 24, between IS;30 and 1: left In Diamond taxi as I entered the Dresden. Kindly return to Apt. 2, Dresden, and receive reward. BILLFOLD—Tan leather, 1200 block Decatur st. n.w., Wednesday night: containing about t4O. Reward. Phone Columbia 2831. ♦ DOG. Eskimo Spitz, white, “Billy.” Child's pet. strayed from 154 You st. n.e., Tuesday. Liberal reward. North 7680-J. DOG. English aetter. black and tan; tag No. 18688. Phone Col. 8366. •_ EYFGL ASSES. half of a pair, torstolse shell rims; Tuesday evening between 32nd and O and 38th and P sts. Phone Wisconsin 3478. Reward. FOX PIECE, dark brown. In alley on Girard off 14th st. Reward. Columbia 3480. 1413 Girard at. n.w. GLASSES, tortoise shell rims, bifocal lens, in brown leather case; downtown section. Wednesday a.m? Phone Met. 8273, Apt. 7. * HANDBAG, tapestry, In Potomac Park; finder may keep money If they will return bag and contents to Prances Hoyt, Ttmea- Herald desk. PURSE, small, with ad. of Warner Broi.: Tuesday evening, on Washington Electric Georgetown car. Finder communicate with M. E. Chunn. 204 Flower ave.. Takoma Park. • WRIST WATCH, platinum aet with dta mondi and sapphires; gift from deceased husband. Reward. Nat. 7286 between 9 a.m. and 6 pm. 38* *llO IN BLACK WALLET, driver's permit with name: liberal reward If intact. Phone Columbia 9058. . * FRANK STERLING BURIED f IN ARLINGTON CEMETERY 1 Funeral services for Frank H. Sterling. 36 years old, a resident of Washington for many years, who died Wednesday , in the Nav*l Hospital, were held this morning at the grave In Arlington Cemetery. Interment was attended by full military honors. Mr. Sterling was the son of the late John A. Sterling, a Representative In Congress from Illinois from 1903 to 1913. Besides his widow, Mrs. Virginia D. Sterling, Mr. Sterling is survived by his mother, Mrs. Clara Sterling, and a brother, Horace N. Sterling, both of Chicago, and a sister, Mrs. Howard C. Knotts of Springfield, 111. Births Reported. The following birth* have been reported to the Health Department In the last 24 hour*: Rana A. and Teresa H. Crider, boy. Patrick J. and Thelma M. Oavanauch. girl. Thome* T. and Mary L. Mac Ewen, girl. Henry and Lola Urlnckley, girl. Bteve and Catherine Perouchapos, girl. Leo L. and Mary M. Mazzulo. girl. Richard A. and Louise V. Summer*, girl. Hiram W. and Margaret Bennet, girl. John T. and Mildred C. Borden, gljrl. Joel O. and Marian Stanford, girl. John C. and Aline P. McCarthy, girl. Joseph B. and Eva Stem. girl. William a. and Eleanor H. Michelet, girl. Martin O. and Grace H. Newton, boy. Louis B. and Helen S. Bauman, boy. William M. and France* J. Kroll. boy. Robert R. and Raydell Pearson, boy. Charles B. and Louise Moyd. boy. Georce O. and Rebecca Bullock, boy. Wesley and Mary Tyler, boy. Brail}*. BISHOP. WILLIAM HILL. Suddenly oa Thursday. April 24, 1830. at his residence. 601 N. Carolina ave. «.*., WILLIAM HILL BISHOP, beloved husband of Mollle Bell Bishop. Remains are resting at Zurhorst’s funeral parlors, 301 East Capitol at. Services will be held at the Metropolitan Baptist Church, 6th and A st». n.e., on Sunday, April 27, at 3 p.m. Interment In Cedar Hill Cemetery. 27 BRENT, ANNIE. On Thursday. April 24. 1930, at 7:30 p.m., at her residence, 215 South Payton at., Alexandria. Va., ANNIE BRENT, beloved mother of Mrs. Mary Odom, Mrs. Flossie Manning and Irene Brent, grandmother of Gertrude Brent and Viola Oibson. devoted sister of Mr*. Janie Statton, Lizzie William*. John Henry and Georce Brown. Remains rest ing temporarily at Rhlnes’ funeral home. Alexandria. Va. Notice of funeral later. BROWN. ALOYBIUB. Departed this life on Monday. April 21, 1930. at 2 p.m., at Del linger Hospital, ALOYSIUS BROWN, »on of the late Frank and Louisa Brown. Ha leave* to mourn their loss six children, seven nephews and five nieces and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral from Boyd A Allen’s, 1340 L st. n.w„ on Saturday, April 26, at 12 noon. * CISLER, CORRIB. On Thursday, April 34. 1930, at Oarfield Hospital, CORRIE CIB - beloved wife of Arthur W. Clsler. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Sunday, April 27, at 10 a.m. Interment Payne Farm, Marshall. Va. 26 COOPER. MARY F. On Wednesday, April 23. 1930. at Providence Hospital, MARY P„ beloved wife of Clarence Cooper and mother of Wilson Cooper. Mrs. Mildred Edlncer and Woodrow Cooper. Funeral from her late residence, 1239 D st. n.e., on Saturday, April 26. at 2 p.m., thence to Nativity Episcopal Church, 14th and A sts. se.,. where services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Interment Port Lincoln Cemetery. 25 DORB. JOHN V. On Friday, April 26. 1930. JOHN V., beloved father of Louise and husband of the late Rose Dorr. Funeral from his late residence, 2602 Everts st. n.e., on Monday. April 28. at 9 a.m. Requiem mass st St. Francis de Sales’ Church at 9:30 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. 27* DREEAR. HORACE M. On Tuesday. April 22, 1930, at Galilnger Hospital. HORACE M. DREEAR. sdn of the late Thomas H. and Emma Dreear. brother of Herman and Mable Dreear. Theodora Ross, Blanche Winslow and Gladys Quarles. Remains resting at the residence of his sister. Mable Dreear, 907 4th st. n.w., after 7 p.m.. April 25. Funeral Sunday. April 27. at 1:30 p.m.. from Second Baptist Church. Rev. J. L. 8. Holloman, minister. Inter ment Harmony Cemetery. * ELLMORE. SARAH F. Suddenly on Friday. April 25. 1930. at her residence, 3216 Pat terson st., Chevy Chace. D. C., SARAH F., beloved wife of Alfred L. Ellmore. Re mains resting at W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w. No tice of funeral later. FULLER. HARRIET A. On Thursday. April 24. 1930. at the Harriet Lane Sanatorium. HARRIET A. FULLER, mother of Homer G. Hubert D. and Helen C. Fuller. Fu neral Saturday. April 26. at 3 p.m., from V. L. Speare Co., 1009 H at. n.w. Inter ment Norwich. Conn. HAZZARD, LENA W. Suddenly Thursday. April 24, 1930. at the Baptist Home. 3248 N st. n.w.. LENA W. HAZZARD. Funeral services at the above address Saturday. April 26. at 1 p.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 25 JACKSON. JOHN M. On Thursday. April 24. 1930. at his residence. 1423 Swann st. n.w., JOHN M. JACKSON, devoted son of John S. and Sadie Jackson, brother of Gladys. Muriel and Leonard Jackson. Fu neral Saturday. April 26. at 2 p.m., from the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church, 1432 You st. n.w. , . MEITXI.ER. GEORGE T. On Thursday. April 24. 1930. GEORGE T.. beloved hus band of the late Hattie Paine Meitzler. Funeral Saturday. April 26. at 2 p.m.. from the residence of his daughter. Mrs H. W. Brown. 10 Ross st.. Cottage City, Md. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 25* MEITZLER. GEORGE T. Members of Wash ington Centennial Lodge, No. 14. F. A. A. M., are requested to attend a special communication Saturday. April 26. 1930. at 1 p.m.. for the funeral of our late I brother, GEORGE T. MEITZLER. J. BLYNN WELDEN, Master. NICHOLS. ALICE. On Friday. April 25, 1930. at her residence. 450 Q st. n.w . ALICE NICHOLB. widow of Charles St John Nichols, Funeral from chapel of John R. Wright Co., 1337 10th st. n.w., Monday. April 28. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 27* RADCLIFFE. MARY E. Departed this Use on Wednesday, April 23. 1930, at her resi dence. 1415 C st s.e., MARY E. RAD CLIFFE. She leaves three sons, three daughters and one sister and other rela tives and friends. Remains resting at the funeral parlors of Alexander 8. Pope. >ls 15th st. s.s. Funeral Sunday, April 27. at 1:30 p.m., from Hsven M. E. Church, 14th and B sts. s.e. Interment Lincoln Me morial- Cemetery. 26 RADCLIFFE. MOLI.Y. On Thursday. April 24, 1930. at her late residence. 1529 O st. s.e., MOLLY RADCLIFFE. aged 67 y#ars. Remains resting in the chapel of F. A. Taltavull. 436 7th st. s.w. Funeral serv ices and Interment in King George County, Va. ROBINSON. GEORGE F. On Wednesday. April 23. 1930. at Providence Hospital, GEORGE P. ROBINSON. Funeral, private, from W. Warren Taltavull's funeral home, 14th st. and Spring rd. n.w., Saturday. April 26. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. SCOTT. BERNARD C. On April 24. 1930. at his home. 2524 Calverton Heights ave., Baltimore, BERNARD C.. beloved husband of Helena Cain Scott. Funeral services at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Disharon, 1016 Bt. Paul st., Baltimore, Saturday, at 10 a.m. * SHORTS. HENRY. Departed this life Thursday. April 24. 1930. at Tuberculosis Hospital. HENRY SHORTS. He leaves to mourn their loss two brothers. Charles and Robert Shorts: one aunt. Rose Tayer. and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Eugene Ford’s funeral parlor. 1300 S. Capitol st. Funeral from Ford’s chapel Saturday. April 26. at 1 p.m. In terment Harmony Cemetery. SMALL. JAMES W. Departed this life on Monday. April 21, 1930. after a brief Ill ness 1 at Freedmen's Hospital. JAMES W. SMALL. He leaves to mourn their loss two aunts and six cousins. Remains tem porarily resting at the funeral home of Moon & Allen. 12th st. and Florida ave. n.w.. until Saturday noon. Funeral Sat urday, April 26. at 2 o’clock, from Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. Garfield. D. C. Interment at Rosemount Cemetery. • SMALL. JAMES W. 32* The Kadosh serv ice will be conducted over the remains of the late Sublime Prince JAMES W. SMALL 32“ at 12 o'clock (midnight) Friday, April 25. 1930. at Moon & Allen's funeral home. 2256 12th st. n.w. The Peers and Princes of Jonathan Davis Consistory. No. 1, will assemble at the above given address at 11:30 p.m., to assist in this service By order of HENRY P. BRISCOE 32°. 111. Commander-ln-Chlef Attest: CICERO A. LEE 33°, Keeper of Seals and Archives. CHAS. H ANDERSON 32°. Assistant. SMALL. PROF. JAMES W.. organist of Allen A. M. E. Church, Garfield. D. O . 25th st and Alabama ave. s.e. Funeral from said church. Saturday. April 26. 1930. at 2 p.m. All members of the choir are requested-to be present W. R. GILES. Chorister. REV. J. R. BARNUM. Pastor. • SMALL. JAMES W. Officers and membsrs of Meridian Lodge. No. 6. F. A. A. M.. are requested to assemble at New Masonic Temple, 10th and You sts. n.w., Saturday. . April 26. at 12 noon to attend the funeral of Past Master JAMES W. SMALL, from Allen A. M. E. Church. Alabama ave., Gar field. D. C. OLIVER A. TOWLES. W. M. Attest: C. H. ANDERSON. Sec’y. SOTHORON. LOUISA. On Friday. April 35. 1930. at the Masonic and Eastern Star Home. LOUISA, widow of Dr. George M. Sothoron of Georgetown. D. C.. aged 95 years and 5 months. Funeral from chapel of Oak Hill Cemetery. Saturday. April 26. at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. SPAIGHT. ELLEN M. Suddenly, on April 23. 1930. at 7:30 am., at her residence. 1441 East Capitol at.. ELLEN M. SPAIGHT (nee Moran), beloved wife of the late Daniel Speight. Funeral from her late residence. Saturday. April 26. at 8:30 a.m.. thence to Holy Comforter Church, where solemn high requiem piass will be aung for the repose of her soul. Interment Mount Oil- , vet Cemetery. Friends and relatives in- 1 vited to attend. 25 SPEARMAN. GEORGIA A. Departed this life on Wednesday, April 23. 1930. at 9:15 &m.. at the residence of her daughter. ra. E. F. Biggane. 633 O st. s.w . OEORGIA A. SPEAKMANr Funeral serv ices to be held at the Fifth Baptist. Church, E st. between 6th and 7th s w.. Saturday, April 26. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment (private) Oongreaslooal Cemetery. - 25 A-9 Sftttl}*. STILES. EMMA. On Thureday. April 34, 1930. at her residence. 3600 Connecticut ave. n.w., EMMA L., beloved wife of the late Ezra Stiles. Funeral services will be held at 1009 H st n.w., Friday, April 23. at • p.m. Interment in Greenwood Cem / etery, Tuckerton. N. J. STERLING, FRANK H. On Wednesday, April 23. 1930. at U. S. Naval Hospital. FRANK H., beloved husband of Virginia Dean and son of Clara Snd the late John A. Sterling of Bloomington, 111., in the thirty-nlntn year of his age. Remains resting at the Tabler funeral home. 933 M st. n.w. Interment 11 o'clock a.m. Sat urday. April 26, at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. Friends and relatives invited. 25* STROBEL. MARY LOUISE. On Wednesday. April 23. 1930, at Sibley Hospital. Dr, MARY LOUISE BTROBEL. daughter of the late John George and Elizabeth Strobel. Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Saturday. April 26. at 2 p.m. Inter ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends Invited. 25 TEMPLEMAN. REBECCA. Suddenly on Sun day, April 20. 1930. REBECCA TEMPLE MAN, devoted daughter of Frank and Louise Templeman. sister of Louise Cole, Josephine Harris. Bertha Templeman, Ads Johnson. James, Frank, George and Wal ter Templeman: aunt of Eugene Cole. Re mains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church, 1432 You st. n.w., until 12 noon Saturday, thereafter at her late residence. 1264 23d st. n.w. Funeral Sunday. April 27. at 1 p.m.. from First Baptist Church. 27 VAN HORNE. ANNIE ELIZABETH. On Friday. April 25. 1930, at her residence. 715 F St. s.w.. ANNII! ELIZABETH VAN HORNE, aged 74 years, widow of Edward O. Van Horne. She is survived by the following children. Harry E., Julian R.. Ernest E. Van Horne. Mrs. C. E. Leigh and Mrs. J. W. McMahon, runeral serv ices and Interment Monday. April 28, at Hillsboro, Va. Relatives and friends in vited. 36 WILLES. KARLE E. On Thursday. April 24. 1930. at 11:45 p.m.. at his residence. 830 12th st. n.w., KARLE E., beloved hus band of Phtlomena B. willes (nee Codlre). Funeral services at his late residence Saturday, April 36. at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Carthage, N. Y. WILLIAMSON. HUBERT B. On Wednesday. April 23. 1930. at Bryn Mawr. Pa.. HU BERT 8., husband of Desmona Enin Williamson. Funeral services at Gawler’a chapel. 1754 Pa. ave. n.w., on Saturday, April 26, at 9 a.m. Interment at Keokuk, lowa. WILSON. LILLIAN GOODSON. On Friday, April 35, 1930. at Providence Hospital, LILLIAN GOODSON WILSON of 1473 Irving st. n.w., beloved mother of Allen Ocodson. Remains resting at Hysong s funeral home. 1300 N st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. lit limmiam. COLEMAN. CHARLOTTE. In loving Tt membrance of our devoted mother-ln-lew, CHARLOTTE coleman. who left ue one year ego today, April 35. 1929. , Loving and kind In alt her way*. Upright end Just to the end of her days. Sincere and kind In heart and mind, . What a beautiful memory she left behind. MR. AND MRS. H. H. ARMSTEAD. • CUKKY. JOHN W. A tribute Os lovoto the memory of my father, JOHN W. CURRY, who passed away thirty-one years ago today, April 35. 1899. . WILLIAM H. CURRY. • DAVIS. ALICE GOLDEN. A tribute of lore to the memory of our dear mother, ALICE OOLDEN DAVIS, who passed to the sreat beyond one year ago today. April 35. 1929. I seem to see in the soft, dim light A face 1 love the best. And think of her when the sun s last ray Goes down in the far-off West. I miss you no less as the time passes on Than I did cn the day of your going, For absence can never close the door of my heart. _ . . , . And the lamp of my love Is still glowtnf. Your heart was the truest In ell the wide world. ... .. Your love the best to recall. For no one on earth could take your Place, You are still the dearest of all. ANNIE AND ALLEIN. • FERRARO. LAURA V. In sad but loving re membrance of my loving wife and our mother, LAURA V. FERRARO, who de- S acted thia Use two years ago today, April 5. 1928. Loved in life, remembered In death. HER LOVING HUBBAND AND CHILDREN. FRYE. CHARLES HENRY. In sad but tor- Ins remembrance of my devoted husband. CHARLES HENRY FRYE, who departed this life one year ego today. April 38, 1929. His weary hours, his days of pain, His painful nights are past: His ever-patlent, worn-out frame Has found sweet rest at lest. I did not know the pain you bore; I did not see you die: I only know you went away And never said good-by. _____ . HIS LOVING WIFE. ELIZABETH FRYE. • FRYE, SCOTT. In sad but loving remem brance of our dear father. SCOTT FRYE, who died ten years ago today, April 33. 1920. We cannot forget you. father. Though long may seem the years. And often in our lonely hours We wipe awa, the te.r^ GRINDER. SARAH A. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear daughter. SARAH A. GRINDER (nee Mount), who (Bed twenty-one years ago today, April 25, 1909. To see you slowly leaving me. As helpless 1 stood by And drained the cup of bitter grief. The dgy I saw you die. Your welt remembered footsteps I was always glad to hear, But now that they are silent I have shed many a tear. „ HER LOVING MOTHER. • QUACKENBUSH. MARY FRANCIS. In sad remembrance of my dear sister. MARY FRANCIS QUACKENBUSH. who (Usd SUE eyears ago today, April 25, 1924. Not my will, but Thine be dofie. LOVING SISTER, NEVA. • SMITH. ELMON E. In sad but loving re membrance of my devoted husband. ISL MON E. SMITH, who departed this Use one year ago today. April 25, 1939. When I am alone and silent I breathe a deep regret. For you were mine and I remember. If all the world forget. I have only your memory, dear Elmon, To remember my whole life through. And yours is one I will never forget, For I am always thinking of you. YOUR DEVOTED WIFE. ANNA T., AND CHILDREN. ANNA MAY AND DORO THY SMITH. • WHITE. NEANA N. A tribute of love and • devotion to the memory of our dear sister. NEANA N. WHITE, who departed this life nine years ago today. April 35. 1921. In our hearts your meihory Unger*, Sweetly, tender, kind and true; There Is not a day. dear sister. That we do not think of you. BROTHERS AND SISTERS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. TIMOTHY HANLON Funeral Director Private Ambulance 641 H St. N.E. Line. 5543 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successors of nor connected with the original W. R. Speare establish- Prank. H St. N 'W. Formerly 949 F St. N.W. Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance 4ii h st n.e. Lincoln 0524 Modern Chapel a-mcoin UJte Established 1878 JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1337 18th St. N.W. Phone North 0943 Herbert B. Neviu* Funeral Home 934 New York Ave. N.W. Plstriet 3606 ALMUS R. SPEARE Succeeding the Original W. R. Spear* Co. 1623 Connecticut Ave. POTOMAC 4600 » yro. at 1366 H »t„ 45 yrs. et 940 F at. Clyde J. Nichols, Inc. 4209 9th St. N.W. CoL 6334. Quick. Dignified. Efficient Service Automobile Service Chanel W. W. Deal & Co. >l3 H ST. N.E LINCOLN 3206. • J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. >33 PA. AVE. N.W. NATIONAL 1334. ««j| CHAS. S. ZURHORST 391 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 6373. Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISSAO BIRCH) 3034 m st. n.w. ■aa.sa Frank Geler’s Sons Co. 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. eay. Modern Chapel, Telephone 4414 FUNERAL DESIGNS! 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