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Luncheon at Spanish Embassy Today in. Honor of Metropolitan Opera Star, With Ambassador as Host. THE Ambassador of Spain and Senora de Padilla entertained at luncheon today in compliment to Mme. Lucreala Bori, prima donna of the Metropolitan Opera Co. Others in the .company were the Am bassador of Cuba and Senora de Fer rara, the charge d’affaires of Rumania, Mr. Nano; the Undersecretary of the Treasury and Mrs. Ogden L. Mills, the counselor of the British embassy, Mr. Ronald Campbell: Mr. David Edward Finley, Mrs. Tracy Dows, Miss Patten, the commercial secretary of the British embassy, Mr Arthur Pack, and his fiancee. Miss Betty Thorpe, whose mar riage will take place Teusday, and the counselor of the Spanish embassy, Senor Don Fernando Gonzales Arnao, and the Spanish consul in Chicago, Senor i, Mugulrdo. who is a house guest at the embassy. Polish Embassy Brilliant Center With Dinner and Muslcale. The Ambassador of Poland, Mr. Flll powlcz, was host to a company of 26 at dinner last evening, entertaining tn compliment to the Vice President, Mr. Charles Curtis, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ever ett Gann. Others in the company were the Ambassador of Mexico and Senora de Tellez, the Minister of Finland, Mr. Astrom: the Minister of Norway and Mme. Bachke, the Minister of Czecho slovakia and Mme. Veverka, Mrs. Henry F. Dimock, Mrs. John B. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Zyhunt Stojowski and the members of the embassy staff, including % WE INVITE INSPECTION S • OF A Hi DISTINCTIVE HOUSE 1 t Massachusetts Avenue at Sheridan Circle | Among the Individual Features Are t A larfe wood paneled studio living room with open 3 °’.T1 1 1, 1 ? 5 14-foot ceiling, opening onto a porch which leads to a kriekwalled v ? a J?f ”* > r s. Painted brick exterior; the house was designel by George N. Ray, S prominent architect. . . , .. 8 A Reasonably priced for this exclusive section. g J First floor lavatory, 4 master bed rooms (one bed room 19x*2 Vi, with g / open fireplace), 3 master baths, servants’ accommodations, unusually Urge g [Canvas sun deck on the roof. Lots average I*o feet In depth. g Modern is tic ally decorated. Representative on Premises Daily 2214 Massachusetts Avenue | STONE & FAIRFAX \ nn. Ave. at K Street National 2424 g In a short time the miles of cherry trees which line the avenues of Kenwood will have matured into the majestic beauty of this one at the basin in Potomac Park. Features of Service Which I Distinguish Kenwood Residents in Kenwood enjoy not only the charm of its most entrancing natural beauties, but every conven ience of the city is provided, together with many unusuaL utility features. The bus, of course, is an outstanding convenience. Owned and operated by the company for the accommoda tion of residents in and visitors to Kenwood—running on regular schedule to and from Chevy Chase Circle $ but also available for special private service. Os course, water, gas, electricity and sewerage are | provided; and collection of ashes, garbage and trash is made at regular stated intervals. A private watchman keeps guardian eye over the com munity that no destroying or desecrating influence may invade or encroach. Much importance attaches to the landscaping in Kenwood, and an efficient force of gardeners is con stantly employed upon the parkings and roadways. They, and reliable housemen, are available for private service— for the care of lawns and shrubbery; and for men's work within the house. You don't have to look around for some one to cut the grass, trim the hedges, seed the lawns or to do the innumerable heavy jobs within doors—a force is maintained to do just this work. Thus everything is provided in Kenwood that protects its charm, enhances its landscaping beauty and furnishes those conveniences the lack of which have always been of deterring influence ’in suburban residence. In Kenwood you live in the glories of the country surrounded by every luxury and convenience of the city. Drive through Kenwood and catch the infection of its incomparable charms; and inquiry at the Field Office will give you all information as to the cost of sites and the details which assure protection in this ideal community. It Pays to Invest in Kenwood i Three Way# to Reach Kenwood Motor out "Connecticut Avenue, through Bradley Lane, crossing Wisconsin 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. Kennedy-Qiamberlin Development Co. 11 2400 Sixteenth Street Columbia 7280 l ' ■ J-i~ ■ggSSgggfa ■ 1 ■ " JB , SOCIETY. the counselor, Mr. Lepkowskl, just re turned from Poland; the first secre tary, MT. Podoskl; the second secretary and Mme. Maasalska, the commercial counselor and Mme. Wankowicz, and the financial counselor, Mr. Woytkle wicz. About 250 additional guests were asked for a reception and muslcale at 10 o’clock, when the program was given by Mr. Paul Kochanski, violinist, and Mr. Stojowski, pianist, with Mr. Lubo shuts, accompanist. Tha Minister of Panama and Senora de Alfaro returned yesterday from Eas ton. Pa, where they have been guests of the president of Lafayette College and Mrs. Mather Lewis for several days. The Minister of the Netherlands and Mme. van Royen will receive a group of 30 students from the Technical Uni versity of Delft, Holland, this afternoon at 5 o’clock. The students are In this country to study the methodology and technique of various Industrial devel opements, and came to Washington to visit the Bureau of Standards. They are accompanied by two professors from the University and Dr. William van Royen of the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in New York came to Wash ington with the party, which is stay ing at the Dodge Hotel. Dr. van Royen, though having the same name as the Minister, is not related. Mme. Veverka, wife of the Czech0c555EE5555ew555^555555w5?! c555EE5555ew555^555555w5?! THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C„ SATURDAY, APRIL 26. 1930. slovaldan Minister, was the guest of honor at a beautifully appointed lunch eon of 43 covers, given by Mrs. Dwight Clarke at the National Woman's Coun try Club today. Mrs. Wilbur Carr, wife of the Assistant Secretary of State, was among the guests. The Minister of Honduras and Senora de Argueta entertained at dinner last ' evening at the Mayflower in honor of the United States Minister to Hon duras and Mrs. Julius G. Lay. The company included the Minister of Guatemala and Senora de Recinoa, the Minister of Bolivia and Senora de Diez de Medina, the Minister of Vene zuela and Senora de Grisantl, the Minister of Nicaragua and Senora de Sacasa, the Minister of the Dominican Republic and Senora de Brache. the charge d'affaires of El Salvador and Senora de Iselva, the charge d’affaires of Haiti, Mr. Raoul Lizaire; the charge d’af faires of Paraguay and Senora de i Ynsfran, the first secretary of the Mexican embassy and Senora de- Cam pos-Ortiz, the first secretary of the legation of Honduras and Senora de Perdomo, Mr. and Mrs. Dana G. Munro, Dr. Leo S. Rowe, Mr Walter C. Thurs ton, Mrs. John Ernest Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. Gil Borges, Mr. and Mrs. John Foot, Dr. Mariano Vasquez, Mr. and Mrs. Canales Salazar. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker Smith, Miss Frances Lay, Miss Marla Luisa Grisanti and Miss Rose Agueta. Dinner was served in the palm court of the hotel, the company being seated at a large oval table decorated with baskets of pink roses and snapdragons combined with blue iris and calla lilies, with sprays of asparagus fern used on the cloth. Mr. Justice and Mrs. Harlan Fiske Stone will entertain a company of 22 at dinner this evening. They were hosts at dinner last evening, having 22 guests. Representative and Mrs. Edgar R. Kless have as their guests in their apartment at the Wardman Park Ho tel, Mrs. Thomas TI. Lynn and Mrs. Joseph H. Mosser of Williamsport. Pa. Mrs. E. C. Ellis, wife of Representa tive Ellis, will be joined Wednesday in her apartment, at the Roosevelt Ho tel, by Mrs. Charles E. Smith, who will apme from New York to pass. a short time before going to her home, In Kan sas Citj. Representative Albert Gallatin Simms of New Mexico has taken an apartment at the Wardman Park Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Aspinwall announce the engagement of their daughter. Mrs. Margaret Aspinwall Al lan, to Mr. John Glascock Baldwin of New York, son of Mr. Alexander R. Baldwin of San Francisco. Mrs. Allan la a graduate of the Ben nett School of Millbrook, N. Y., and a member of the Junior League. Mr. Baldwin graduated from the Uni versity of California and the Harvard Law School. The wedding will take place in June. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Norment are en tertaining at dinner this evening in compliment to Miss Lillian Washburn Newlin of New York. Mrs. George Cabot Lodge has closed her Washington home and has been at Mayfair House, In New York, through the week and has gone to Asheville, N. C. Miss Emiscah Gale Davis will enter tain at tea tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 7 o’clock. Assisting Miss Davis .will be Miss Clara Bolling, Miss Junta Cul bertson, Miss Barbara Vandenberg, Miss Elvira Johnson, Miss Peggy Armstead and Miss Mary Ruden. A reception will be held at the Arts Club tomorrow evening at 6.30 o'clock \ Y. W. C. A. | 5 Under Water Gymnasium S | for Crippled Children \ X Warm Water—trained ahralatheraplat S ) Inquire Health Education Office, X Remington Wm. Ballantyne & Sons, 1421 F For Rent—On Massachusetts Ave. West of Sheridan Circle —Delightful apartment contain ing charming living and dining rooms, sun porch, kitchen, pantry, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, maid’s room and bath, garage space. Apply to MISS HARLAN, Real Estate, Decatur 1763. Most Valued Asset y* —is the tremendous group of satis *■"“l——fied home owners who have acquired WE PAY I their P r °P ert y through our con- Wc ■ venient membership plan. It’s easy Have fßm mIE to become a member. May we tell Financed V # ■ YOU how ? “A . I! ifi City of V# H ° Pen AailV 9to 5 Homes ” Um _ ■ Saturday until noon —_ _ c | National I Permanent EjxJJ* Savings 1 Building Association Organised 1890 949 Ninth Street N.W. Just Below N. Y. Avenue ' Under Supervision 11. S. Government vh auwivmniwiwjwttimivwivsjmßai ! ONLY ONE LEFT § [ i You Can Buy This Home for the Rent | j | j You Are Now Paying . Why Not Come Out? I \ !isloo CASH! | ] Balance Monthly, Including Interest [ l ij 1108 E ST. N.E. I [ j JUST SOUTH MD. AVfc. [ ] S 6 Rooms and Bath—Hot*Water Heat I ] Electric Lights—Big Porches , 1 !#i Very Large Lots to Wide Alley [ | i j Fine Garage—Stone Wall Around Parking I j ■! INSPECT SUNDAY ;j [ 3 Open and Lighted Until 9 O’Clock P.M. [ 1 ||tLEJIOWEJ!!STEIN@| i j___j2!LiUl2-£LIi22I!2iE£L- i In honor of the newly elected presi dent of the club and Mrs. Morris L. ; Lelsenring. This will be followed by a ' chafing dish supper, which will be * served in Mexican style, with Mr. and i Mrs. Charles H. Stratton as hosts. Last Opera Performance Very Brilliant Socially. With smiling skies and snappy Wintry breeses walking hand In hand, Spring and Winter vied for predomi nance in the smart costumes worn yes terday by the ladles attending the per formance of "La Traviata,” the last of the three operas presented by the Met ropolitan Opera Co. at the Fox Thea ter. Many of the truly Spring frocks were worn with fur wraps, though wraps of silk and tight woolen mate rial were much In evidence. Mrs. William De Witt Mitchell, wife of the Attorney General, had on a black flat crepe gown, the surplice bod ice filled In at the front with ecru lace. Her coat was of silk twill, fash ioned on severely tailored lines and quite long. She wore a hat of straw and felt, the straw forming the narrow brim and the felt put on In scallop ef fect, and a point fox fur piece com pleted her costume. Mrs. Harlan Flsxe Stone, wife of Mr. Justice Stone of the United States Supreme Court, wore a grass-green satin back crepe, made along long lines, with the skirt falling long at the back. She had on a black oroadcloth coat, and a hat of straw and silk. Two of the most enthusiastic mem bers of the notable audience yesterday were the Ambassador of Cuba and Senora de Ferrara. The diplomat and his charming wife, who occupied one of the front boxes, stood up several times during the performance to wave and applaud the singing of the lovely Bori. Senora de Ferrara was in a black en semble with gown trimmed with white satin and the shiny satin coat was trimmed with lapln fur. Her turban hat of satin had a large rhinestone circle at the front. Countess Alice Szechenyi, who was with her father, the Minister of Hun gary, was in a suit of blue tweed with a tlnk white polka dot predominating in the design. The suit was made with a short Jacket and the skirt with two flounces. Her hat was of closely woven blue straw and she had on slip pers and other accessories to match the blue. Signorlna Vittoria Cattalani, niece of the second counselor of the Italian embassy, wore a smart beige silk frock, with a tweed coat to match. Her hat was of straw and she wore slippers of snake skin, which corresponded with her large bag. Members of Society Present. Mrs. James Carroll Frazer, was in a gown of flowered crepe, the skirt ankle length, and the bodice designed with a V neckline. She wore a blue straw hat and a beige coat. Mrs. Sol Bloom, was In a striking steel blue ensemble with a close-fitting hat to match and Miss Vera Bloom, wore a black satin coat with a large fur collar, and her frock was of green to match her straw hat with a small brim. Mrs. Maurice H. Thatcher wore a gown of rust color lace, with long sleeves and the skirt with circular go dets falling to the floor. Her hat was of straw lace to match. Among others in the audience were Speaker of the House Nicholas Long worth. Mr. Justice Harlan Fiske Stone, Col. Wade H. Cooper, Mme. Prochnik, wife of the Minister of Austria; Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, Mrs. Jacob Leander Loose, Mrs. John Allan Dougherty, Mrs. Tracy Dows, Mrs. Robert Low Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell Sweeney, Mrs. James R. Mann, Mrs. Henry Par sons Erwin, Mrs. David Du Bose Gall land and Mrs. David St. Pierre Galllard. M(s. Stone was a guest of Mrs. Karl D. Klemm in her box. others in the party Including Mrs. Sol Bloom, Mrs. Wilbur J. Carr, Mrs. Edward Everett Robbins and Mrs. Lindsey Morehead. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was the guest in compliment to whom Mrs. William McClellan Ritter entertained at lunch eon yesterday, taking her guests later to her box at the opera. In the com pany were Mrs. Carter Glass. Mrs. Guy V. Henry, Mrs. Randall Hagner and Mrs. Alvin Dodd. Former United States Minister to China and Mrs. John Van A. MacMur “Theremin” The sensational musical Instrument of the day. We will sUdl r demonstrate It. O. J. De Moll & Co. 12th & G Sts. Exclusive Representative If Your Feet Hurt .. . See Your CHIROPODIST and then be fitted in a pair of WILBUR COON SHOES Phone Metropolitan 8725 ray were the guests in whose honor Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Williams enter tained at luncheon today in their Balti more home, preceding the Maryland Hunt Club Steeplechase, which is being run this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury Blair have closed their house In Washington and are at the Plaza In New York before going to Newport to open their Sum mer home there. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gassaway Davis, 3d, have gone to Hot Springs, where Mrs. Davis will be joined Monday by her mother, Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt. Mr. Davis will return to New York the first of the week. Gen. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt have gone to Newport aboard their yacht, Winchester, and Mrs. Davis will return to New York tomorrow and will join her daughter at Hot Springs Mon day. Col. Henry May was joined yesterday by his daughter. Mrs. Harry S. Black, who came from her home In New York. Mrs. Arthur Clinton Proctor of Van Ness street entertained at a bridge luncheon In the Spanish dining room at Tilden Gardens yesterday afternoon. The luncheon table was beautifully decorated with dark-red rosebuds, sml lax and black candles in tall silver candlesticks. Covers were laid for 16. The favors were tiny silver airplanes, Indicating the idea, later carried out In tallies and scorecards, of "Seeing America First.’* The guests were Mrs. William A. Wood, Mrs. Frank Brunner, Mrs. Lawrence Radford, Mrs. George B. Wagner, Mrs. Robert Rausch, Mrs. Hugh B. Callahan, Mrs. Charles A. Turner, Mrs. WillMm E. Carey, Mrs. Young W. Cordell, Mrs. William L. Thurber, Mrs. Louis D. Bergman, Mrs. Edna Williamson, Mrs. Henry Mltten dorff, Mrs. Mae Jamison and Mrs. Fred Rasch. Mr. Frederick W. B. Coleman, United States Minister to Latvia, is sailing on the S. S. President Roosevelt of the United States Lines on April 30, ac companied by his niece, Miss Grace Crabtree. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Hill, with Miss Jane HiU and Mrs. J. Blackwell of Winston-Salem, N. C., are at the Wardman Park Hotel for a visit. Mrs. Hill is a sister of Mrs. David Hunt Blair. Guests Here for Gridiron Dinner Entertained at Buffet Supper. Mr. Ahmed F. El-Eissy of the royal Egyptian consulate and Mr. Charles P. Light entertained at a buffet supper last evening in honor of their hosts for the approaching dinner of the Gridiron Club and a number of their fellow guests. In the company were Mr. Charles S. Groves, Mr. J. Harry Cun ningham, Mr. Ulric Bell, Mr. Clifford K. Berryman, Mr. Thomas W. Brahany, Mr. Walker S. Buel, Mr. Frederick East, Mr. J. Fred Essary, Mr. Carter Field, Col. Henry Hall, Mr. Jay G. Hayden, Mr. Richard V. Oulahan, Mr. William F. Raymond, Mr. Edgar C. Snyder, Maj. Alfred J. Stofer, Mr. Leroy T. Vernon, Mr. George H. Wilson, Mr. James L. Wright, Speaker Nicholas Longworth, former Senator Richard P. Ernst, Rep resentative Sol Bloom, Col. John Q. Til son, Col. John H. Carroll, Mr. J. Max son Cunningham, Mr. Walter J. Fahy. Mr. Robert V. Fleming, Col. Joseph M Heller. Mr. Frank S. Hight, Mr. Wil liam Hard. Mr. Frank R. Kent, Dr. Otto C. Kiep, counselor, German embassy; Mr, Earl M. Mackintosh, Dr. Rudolph Leitner, secretary, German embassy; Mr. Willmott Lewis. Mr. William Mont gomery, Mr. George MacDonald. Mr. Ray R. Skofield, Dr. Camp Stanley, Mr. Joseph P. Tumulty, Mr. George O. Vass and Mr. Roy A. Roberts. Mrs. Davis Gives Tea to Honer Pen League Delegates. Mrs. James J. Davis was hostess yes terday afternoon to the delegates and visiting Pen Women attending the bi ennial convention of the league, enter taining In honor of Miss Suzanne S. Beatty, president of the Pittsburgh branch of the league, and Miss Angela Morgan, president of the Philadelphia branch. Mrs. Theodore Tiller, chairman of the social committee of the league, had assisting her at the tea table, Mrs. Larz Anderson, Mrs. William Atherton Du Puy and Mrs. William H. Moses, presi dent of the District of Columbia branch. . Last evening in the presidential suite at the Willard Hotel a reception was given In honor of Mrs. Grace Thomp son Seton, newly elected national presi dent of the league. The musical given in connection with the reception in cluded the singing of "The Caravan," composed by Marianne Genet of Pitts- 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. WILLIAM JARDINE, Secty. 44* N. Y. Are, N.W. Natl 5S7>. AMBULANCES Beat in Town. AA Local Ca 11... 54.UU Call Chambers Co. Col * 04,1 Beautiful Sprays and Wreaths for Funerals J 3= &’5 Blachittono Sorvico It Porfoct H Street * *>»«• National 4905 uth St. r Card of (ZHpmfes. i COLE, EMMA HALL. We wish to express > our deepest appreciation to relatives, r friends, pastors and choir for their kind nesa. expressions of sympathy and beau tiful floral tributes during the illness and after the death of our beloved mother and sister. i HER CHILDREN, BROTHER AND 818- | TBRS. iilarriag*. , WEIRICH—BACON. Mlsa HELEN IRENE BACON and Mr. DONALD MARLIN WEIRICH announce their marrlate on Tuesday. April 23, 1220, at Fredericks burs, Va. 27* BISHOP. WILLIAM HILL. Suddenly op 1 Thursday. April 24. 1920. at his residence. 601 N. Carolina ave. s.a.. WILLIAM HILL BISHOP, beloved husband of Mollte Bell Bishop. Remains are resting at Zurhorst's funeral parlors. 301 East Oapltol st. Services will be held at the Metropolitan Baptist Church. Oth and A sts. n.e., on Sunday. April 27. at 3 p.m. Interment in Cedar HiU Cemetery. 27 BOWIE. EDITH. Departed this life on Wednesday. April 23. 1930. EDITH BOWIE, loving mother o( Edna. Helen and WiUiam Bowie, sister of Louise Taylor, cousin of Jamie Tibbs. Francis, Sylvester and Jo seph Dobbins. Funeral Sunday, April 27, at 12:30 p.m., from Mount Airy Baptist Chureh, Rev. A. J. Tyler officiating: Re mains resting at Stewart's funeral parlors, 30 H st. n.t a burgh, with lyrica by Mrs. Seton, and "The Flower Cycle,” composed by Doro thy Radde Emery, also with lyrics by Mrs. Seton. The composers were st the piano. There was also presented a group of songs by Gena Branscombe, New York composer, who was at the piano, and a new song. "Twinkling Toes,” lyric by Mrs. Seton, music by Dorothy Radde Emery, which Is still In manuscript. Many of the Pen Wom en present were called upon for read ings of their poems. Outstanding on this part of the program was Miss Lau rie Merrill of the New York City branch, whose poetry Is being warmly praised by the literary critics. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Suydam were hosts gt tea yesterday afternoon cele brating their "wooden wedding,” the fifth anniversary of their marriage. Mrs. Suydam was formerly Miss Anna Gordan, daughter of Mrs. George Bar net, and her marriage to Mr. Suydam took place in the Church of the Epiph any. being one of the important events of the Spring season. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Baxter of Haw thorne street returned from New York today, where they were the guests of Mr. J. B. Snodgrass, at his home on 145th street. After Sunday Mrs. Baxter will have as her house guest Miss Elizabeth Miller of Lancaster, Pa., who will be in Washington about a week. Former Gov. and Mrs. Frank O. Low den have arrived in Washington and are at the Willard. Mrs. W. G. Harris entertained a com pany of 20 at luncheon today at the Carlton Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meade Ather holt of Cathedral avenue, have had as their house guest for the last three weeks Mrs. O G. Wilson of Washing ton, lows, who Is leaving today for Norfolk, Va., where she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Ray. Mrs. Atherholt entertained at luncheon on Friday, April 18, in honor of her guest. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Eastment have had as their guest for the past 10 days Mrs. Hugh L. Mason of Con necticut. Mrs. Eastment and Mrs. Ma son were delegates from their respective chapters to the National Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion. Mrs. Dwight Clark was hostess to a company at luncheon today at the Na tional Women’s Country Club. The marriage of Miss Helen Irene Bacon to Mr. Donald Marlin Welrrich took place Tuesday at Fredericksburg, Va. Mr. Herbert Howell, Forty-fifth street, accompanied by his son, Spencer Howell, left by motor last week for Ithaca, N. Y„ where Spencer will visit friends, while Mr. Howell continued on to Hamilton, Ontario, where-he was the guest of his brother-in-law and sister in-law. the Rev. and Mrs. Cyril Goodier, who are returning with Mr. Howell and will reach Washington today. LOST. ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM BOOK, containlns work plans; lost either on Uth st. between F and Ph. ave. or on Pa. ave. car bet. Uth and 9th sts. Finder pleaae return same to W. B. Moses A Sons. Uth and F sts. CAT—Yellow Persian cat. In vicinity of Co lumbia Hospital. Reward. Phono Decatur 1331. DOO. lar*e. male, white with larse black spots, brown head and ears. Return to R. M • Hoover, 1930 Pa. ave. n.y. Reward. 27* DOG—Springer spaniel! answers to .name Shag; District tag 19169; lost Friday at Kal orama Circle. Will finder return to D. H. McKnew. 3404 Kaiorama rd. n.w.? Reward. _ DOG. Eskimo Spit*. white, ''81117." Child's pet. strayed from 154 You st. n.g., Tuesday. Liberal reward. North 7550-J. ■ EYEOLABSEB. tortoise shell rim. 2359 Ash mead pL_ Phone North 9123. Reward. HANDBAO. tapestry. In Potomac Park; finder may keep money if they will return bag and contents to Frances Hoyt, Tlmes- Herald desk. OPERA “GLASSES, at Pox Theater, on the evening of April 23; because of th«ir senti mental value a liberal reward, will be paid for their return to Apt. A3OO, Wardman Park Hotel. POCKETBOOK. black, between K St. Mar ket and New Hampshire aye. on 31st st.nw. Reward. Mrs. Chester Clark, 1262 21st st. n.w. Decatur 5952-W. POCKETBOOK—Woman's, near 4th and Douglas sts. n.o. Reward. Return A. D. Wallace. 1323 N. Y. ava. Phono DU. 5046. 37* SUIT CASE, leather, brown, with namo W. B. Perry. Lincoln. 111., on Oa. ave. bet. Shep herd and Lamont. Finder please »all Col. 6330-J. —__ WRIST WATCH—Lady's, silver; on Thurs day. Reward. 2761 Brandywtna st. Cleve land 6843. »U 0 IN' bLa6k WALLET. driver's permit with name. Liberal reward If intact. Phone Columbia 9096. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Frank Geier's Sons Co. US X!SSS.fSi£Si National 2473 TIMOTHY HANLON Funeral Director Private Ambulant* 641 H St. N.E. Line. 5543 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the suceeasors of nor connected with the original W. R. Spear# estabhsh njent 1009 H St. N.W. Phono Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance «« h st n.e. Lincoln 0524 Modern Chapel Established 1676 i JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1887 16th St. N.W. Phono Nerth 9547 ALMUS R.SPEARB Succeeding the Original W. E. Spear* Co. 1623 Connecticut Ave. POTOMAC 4600 S yrs. at 1266 H at., 45 yrg. at 946 F at. Clyde J. Nichols, Inc. 4209 9th HI. N.W. Cot MM. Quick. Dignified. Efficient Service Automobile Service Chavti W. W. Deal & Co. SIS H ST N.E LINCOLN S26S. J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS, FL'NEBAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. 832 PA. AVE. N.W. NATIONAL 1314, 1331 CHAS. S. ZURHORST Mi PhV,s T Lista To nV r Joseph F. Birch's Sons tISSAC BIRCH) 3034 M St. N.W. -asJBISS FUNERAL DESIGN,. GEO. C SHAFFER 14th & Eye _ Prompt Auto Delivery Service. G~ J e Bros. Co., 1212 F St. Arctic—expressive—lagXPtnalvt. Sfaltffl. BROOKS. Me leave* to mourn their Ims * devoted daughter, Mary A. Sorter: three grandchildren Joseph Porter. Virginia Sears and Emma Morris; three_#reat grandchtldren. Harold Porter, Theresa Porter and Grace Sear*, and a number of other relatives. Funeral service* Sat urday at S p.m. at Lewi*’ funeral parlor, corner 4th and O at*, nw. Friend* in vited. Interment Orange, Va., Sunday. April 27. * BROWN. GEORGE E. Departed this life on Thursday. April 24. 1280, at his resi dence. 1009 3rd st. n w., OKOKOE E. BROWN, beloved husband of Mary E. Brown and grandfather of Bernardin Brown and Alphonso Brown. Funeral Sunday. April 27. at 1:30 p.m., from Peo ple’s Congregational Church, M st. be tween 9th and 7th n.w. Friends and rela tives invited. 87* ! BROWN, GEORGE E. Atl members of So cial Lodge. No. 1. F. A. A. M.. are hereby ordered to assemble In special communi cation Sunday, April 27, 1980. at 11:30 a.m., for the purpose of making arrange ments for and attending the funeral of Brother OEOROB E. BROWN. Services at People’s Congregational Church. M st. between 9th and 7th sts. n.w.. at 1 p.m. HARRY MCKENZIE. W. M. Attest’ A. J. PAYNE. Secretary. • BURCH. MARY ELLIOTT. On Friday. April as. 1830, at her residence.. 1927 Belmont rd. n.w., MARY ELLIOTT, beloved wife of Preston M. Burch. Mass at the Sacred Heart Churcn on Monday. April M. at 9 a.m. Interment in Mount Olivet Ceme tery. 27 CISLER, CORRIB. On Thursday. April 24. 1930, at Onrileld Hospital, CORRIE CIS LER. beloved wife of Arthur W.Cisler. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Sunday. April 27. at 10 a.m. Interment Payne Farm, Marshall. Va. m 29 DICKERSON. DANIEL. All members are hereby notified to be present at the fu neral of Brother DANIEL DICKERSON, held at Frazier's undertaking establish ment, 4th st. and Florida ave. n.w., Mon day. April 29. 1980. at l p.m. Done by or der of Abraham Lodge. No. 11, A. O. K. of J. EDW. ROBINSON. W. C. NELSON BROWN, R. Sec. DIXSON. DANIEL. Departed this life Thurs day. April 24. 1930. at 9 a.m.. at Blue Plains. D.’ C., DANIEL DIXSON. He Is survived by a devoted wife, Mrs. Winnie Dlxson of 837 Florida ave. n.w.: three daughters. Mrs. Anita Brown of Seneca. 8. C.: Miss Olena Dlxson. and Geneva Dlxson; two sons, Robert and Oliver Dlx son. and a sister. Miss Henrietta Dlxson. Funeral from FTasler's funeral home Mon day. April 28. at 1 p.m. Friends invited. Interment Payne's Cemetery. 27 DONOHO. J. ANNA E. On Saturday morn ing. April 28, 1930. at Emergency Hos pital. J. ANNA E. DONOHO. wife of the late Albert Donoho of Seaford, Del. Re mains will be taken to Seaford, Del., for Interment. DORR. JOHN V. On Friday, April 28. 1930. JOHN V. beloved father of Louise and husband of the late Rose Dorr. Funeral from his late residence. 2802 Svarts st. n.e.. on Monday. April 28. st 9 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Francis de Sales' Church at 9:30 o’clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery 27* DORR. JONN V. The Wlndthorst Club of St. Mary's Parish will meet at the resi dence of JOHN V. DORR. 2802 Evarts st. n.e.. on Sunday. April 27, 1830. at 8 o'clock p.m.. to recite the office for the dead. JOSEPH F. ZEOOWITZ. Pres. JAMES C. KRAFT. Sec. * DREEAR. HORACE M. On Tuesday. April 22. 1830. at Oalllnger Hospital. HORACE M DREEAR. son of the late Thomas H. and Emma Dreear. brother of Herman Dreear and Mable Dreear. Theodora Rose. Blanche Winslow and Gladys Quarles. Re mains resting at the residence of his sister. Mable Dreear. 907 4th st. n.w. Funeral Sunday, April 27. 1:30 P.m.. Second Baptist Church. Rev. J. L. S Holloman, minister. Interment Harmony Cemetery. DREEAB. HORACE. . All officers and mem bers of Columbia Lodge. No. 83. I. B. P. O. E. of W.. are hereby notified of the death of Brother HORACE, DREEAR Session of sorrow will be held on Satur day. April 20. at 7:30 p.m., at the Elks’ Home. 301 R. I. ave. n/w Funeral Sun day, April 27. from Second Baptist Church. 3rd st. between H and Bye st*. s.w.. at 1:30 p.m. Members will assemble at the church at 1 p.m. Morning Star Ixjdge, No. 40: Forest Temple. No. ?. and Colum bia Tempi#. No. 422. are invited to attend. HERBERT E. JONES, E. R. A. E. WILLIAMS. Sec. EDMONDS, DOUGLAS. Departed this life Friday. April 25. 1980. at 2 P.m- at his residence. 740 Gresham pi. n.w.. DOUGLAS EDMONDS. h»lcved father of Mrs. Laura O. Hoston. Richard 1., William H. and Mabel Edmonds. Funeral Monday. April 28. at 1:30 p.m.. from Trinity A. M E Church. Morton st. n.w., Rev. O. L. Rand officiating. Sleep on dear father and take thy-rest. We loved you. but Ood loved you best. 27 ESPEY. LUCY CARROLL. On Friday. April 25. 1830. at George Washington Hospital. LUCY CARROLL, beloved mother of Wil liam H„ Hugh L. and Herbert E. Espev and Mrs. Helen Oeety. Funeral service, at the residence of her son. 21 Spa at.. Cottage City. Md.. on Monday. April 28. at 2 p.m. Interment at Cedar Hill Ceme tery. *7 GABTRELL. ANNIE *• On Friday. April 25 1930, ANNIE K.. beloved wife of the late Oeorge E. Gartrell. Funeral from her late residence. 1309 Newton st. n.e.. on Mon day. April 29. at 2 p.m. Interment In Olenwood Cemetery. 27 GIRTON. LAURA AMANDA. On Friday. Aorll 25. 1930. at. the niece. Mrs. A. M. Walker. 1710 F it. n.w., LAURA AMANDA OIRTON. Funeral serv ices at her late residence on Sunday. April 27, at 7 p.m. Interment Des Moines. lowa. GREEN. THEODORE L. DpPjrtedthls life prMUy. April lt» 1930. THEODORE beloved husband of Mattla A. father of Dorothy Green Fayne. two other daughters and three sons,* brother of Mary Green. He also leaves to mourn their loss a post of other relatives and friends. Re mains resting »tWnilam T. Tolbert ■• fu neral home. 1209 6th st. n.w.. until 2 p.m.. Saturday, April 19: thence to the Kngthts of Jerusalem Hall. 1909 llth st. n w.» until Sundftji April 17. 1.30 p.w.* when funeral will'take place from the hall. green. T L. Departed this life on Friday. ° April 18. 1930. T. L. ORKKN. PMt tunrmne grand Inspector general of Nlmrod Su preme Grand Encampment. A. O.D.AD of J. Remains will rest in state at the Knights’ Hall. 1809 irih ®t. n.w., from Saturday at 1 p.m. until Sunday at 2 p.m. Funeral services Bunda». April 27. at 2 p.m.. Rev. W. D. Battle .conducting the services. Call meeting Saturday night at 8 p.m. Officers and members are asked to be Pr«*entf OHK BPEAKJ Diet. O. Gen. HAMILTON. MARTHA. Departed thlf life Saturday April 28. hamllton' 4m«7 2nd st n.w.. MARTHA HAMTLTOrI. devoted wife of Richard Hush Hamilton and loving mother of Mabelle Jones (nee Hamilton! and devoted grandmother of Beatrice and Dorothy Warrick. Notice funeral later. HARRITY. REBECCA SOPHIA. Departed this life Thursday. April 24, 1980. at the irt? MBIOC* Sophia haihutt She leaves to mourn their °ne daush ter. two sons, three orandchlldren. two sisters. Mrs Mary B. Williams of Gar field. D. C.. and Mrs. Elisabeth Spriees of Philadelphia. Pa.: three brothers. Dr John F. Hlllerv of New York City. Jacob and James Htllery of Washington. D. C . and * host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Sunday. Aorll 27. st 1:30 o clock, from Allen A. M. E. Church. 25th st. and Alabama ave. s.e. JOHNSON. NANCY. Departed this life Fri day. Aorll 25. 1930. at 8:30 p.m.. NANCY JOHNSON. She leaves to mourn their loss three daushters and one son. Kath erine I. Johnson. Otera Nelson, James Johnson and Nannie Coleman: beloved aunt of Kate Brlant- and Winston Ander son. and other relatives and friends. Fu neral Sunday. April 27. at l p.m.. from Metropolitan Baptist Church. R st. be tween 12th and 13th sts. n.w Rev. *. C. Smith, pastor. Interment. Spotsylvania, Va. • LAWRENCE. BERTHA On Thursday. April 34. 1930. BERTHA LAWRENCE, devoted daugh ter of James ana Martha Lawrence. Fu neral Monday. April 28. 1930. at 1 p.m . from her late residence. 116 Virrirls ave. s.w. Remains resting at W. Ernest Jarvl« funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. unt'l Sunday noon; thereafter at her late resi dence. 27 MeCURDV. JESSIE A. On Saturday. Aorl’ 28. 1930. at her residence. 1930 Calvert st.. JESSIE A. McCURDY. daughter of the late Jesae Roe McCurdy. Funeral se'vlces at All Sous' Episcopal Church Cathedral avenue, on Monday. April 28. at 2 o.m. Interment at Oak Hill Ceme tery. 27 NICHOLS. ALICE. On Friday. Aprfl 25. 1980. at her residence. 450 Q ft. n.w., ALICE NICHOLS, widow of Charles St John Nichols. Funeral from chapel of John R. Wright 00.. 1337 10th st. n.w.. Monday. Aorll 28. at 10 a.m. Interment j Arlington National Cemetery. 27* PERIN. LUCY LEE. Friday. April 23. 1930. at her residence. 1870 Wyoming ave., LUCY LEE. daughter of the late Col. Olover Perln. assistant surgeon general. U. 8. Army, and Elizabeth Page Ferln. Funeral services at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church. Conn. ave. and Bancroft pi. n.w.. Tuesday. April 29. at 11 a.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 28 CEMETERIES. FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY 11 [ Non-Sectarian Perpetual Care | LOTS VAULTS CRYPTS WIDE RANGE SOLD OR RENTED FOR ASHES I REASON ABLE PRICES—TERMS MODERN CREMATORIUM Wdshington-Baltimore Blvd. at District Line Lo Ige House City Office, 1332 G St. N.W. Line. 3579 District 6103 9 A-7 Hratf}*. ♦ POIRIER. YVLINE. On Friday, April «L 1930. at Children’s Hospital. YVLINE POIRIER. Infant daughter of Anthony J. and. Knee Poirier. Funeral from tha par lors of James T. Ryan, 317 Pa. bva. s.e.. » Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment Mount ivet Cemetery. RADCLIFFE. MARY E. Departed this Ilfs on Wednesday. April 23, 1930, at her resi dence. 1415 C st s.e.. MARY E. RAD CLIFFE. She leaves three sons, three daushters and one sister end other rela tives and triends. Remains resting at the funera l parlors of Alexander 8. Pope. 315 15th st. s.e. Funeral Sunday. April 27. at 1: *? * * rom Haven M. E. Church, itth B st*. s.e. Interment Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. 26 R n? F , l £k D *®*A FORD. On Friday. April 25. 1930, at Oerfleld Hospital, EDNA FORD, beloved wife of Arthur H. Redfleld and mother of Jessie D., David H. and Arthur U; R 'dfleld. ir - Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Monday. April 28. at 2 p.m. Interment In congressional Cemetery. 27 ROW, MARGARET C. On Saturday morn -1I1«. April 28. 1930. MARGARET C. ROW. wife of the late T. J. H. Row of Falla Church. Va. Funeral from her late resi dence Mondsy, April 28. at 2 p.m. 27 RUBENSTEIN, MITCHELL. Suddenly. Thurs day. April 24. 1930, at his residence. San JJancUco, calif.. MITCHELL RUBEN STEIN, brother of Esther Sonneborn and L E. Rubensteln of Washington. D. C. Fu"”*! “°“day. April 28. at Ban Fran cisco, Calif. • *AC HEL 5- ° n Friday. April 25. 1930, at the residence of her brother, Nathan Crummer, 329 15th st. s.e.. RA CHEL C. BTOAROE. devoted wife of Wil liam Btoarge. She leaves two brothers, one sister and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the funeral parlors of Alexander 8 Pope. 315 15th st. s.e. Fu neral Monday. April 28. at 1 p.m.. from Veimont Avenue Baptist Church. Inter ment Harmony Cemetery. SUMMERS, WALKER. On Friday, April 28. i® ?0. a tFreed men's. Hospital. WALKER 54ERS, father of Mayo Summers of 4818 Lee st. n.e. Remains resting at Moon • Allen s funeral parlors. 12th and Fla. ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. 27 SWINDLES. ANNIE. Departed this life on Friday. April 25. 1930, at her residence, 7 23rd st. n.w., after a short illness. ANNIE SWINDLER. Remains resting at Jenifers funeral parlors, 1115 22nd st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. TEMPLEMAN. REBECCA. Suddenly on Sun d*J> April 20. 1930. REBECCA TEMPLE MAN. devoted daughter of Frank and Louise Templeman, sister of Louise Cole, Josephine Harris. Bertha Templeman, Ada Johnson. James. Frank. Oeorge and Wal ter Templeman; aunt of Eugene Cole. Re- w v Brnest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w., until 12 noon ®* t i lr <Jsy, thereafter at her late residence, 1264 23d st. n.w. Funeral Sunday. April 27, at 1 p.m. from First Baptist Church. 27 THOMPSON.JEDWARn. On Friday. April «• , SDWARD THOMPSON, nephew of the late Corbin Thompson. Funeral to S'i 1 ' ri<* •* 2 p.m. Monday, April 28. from tool atn st. n.w. 37# V A* ANNIE ELIZABETH. On . Aprll J®’ at her residence, wAoEw* 1 ' ■y- ANNI* ELIZABETH VAtf HORNE, aged 74 years, widow of Edward Ck Van Horne. She is survived by tho *$ ndr *?’ Harry E.. Julian R.. Ernest B. Van Horne. Mrs. C. E. Leigh and- Mrs. J. W. Mcl'ahon. Funeral serv ice® and interment Monday. April 28. at Hillsboro. Va.. Relatives and friends in vited. 28 VOELCKNER. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH. >Oll Friday, April 25, at her residence. 1314 14th st. n.w., after a long illness, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH VOELCKnSiL daughter 0 f Ellse and the late Kurt ?! Voelckner and sister of Ernest O. Voelck- P* r »nd Mrs. Frank E. Zubes Funeral from Hysong’s funeral home. 1300 N st. n.w. Monday. April 28. at 2 p.m. Friend# Invited. Interment (private) prospect Hill Cemetery. 27 WALLACE. WILLIAM LAWRENCE. Depart 'd this life April 24. 1930, at 11 a.m., at his residence. 110 Highland ave., Olen wood. Md.. WILLIAM LAWRENCE WAL JACE. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife. Edna Wallace; a lovin# d*u«hter. Laura Wallace; a devoted moth" Marth ; »nd James Wal l?'*- f°u r brothers and four sisters. Earl, of. Morris Wallace, K Vel . yn '.°!£ ,a * nd Elizabeth “ h , os l of other relative! and n m Wl r. J i.- F . I ? er> ! Sunday. April 27. at I Church m Brentwo °d A. M. E. Zion DORSEY. Departed thl, life on Thursday. April 24 1930 st 7*98 a.m.. JOHN DORSEY WILLIAMS of 325 H st. s.w. Remains resting at Oeo***e s Oardlner ft Son’s funeral parlor, 300 3rd st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. Y 0. 1 , ! N0. ALBERT GEORGE. Departed this wife!* Evel»n 0 Young? Slit nil! fi I*' 1 *' A nnl «- Vlrgle and Foung. three brothers. Thlnget, f^ n v7°wf 1,: » tw 2 *l*ters. Oeorgle *mi and Mattie Byrd, and a host as st* 1 . fri'nds. Bodw resting if, B *rnes ft Gray's funeral parlors. 814 April*!* U hJilL S?, t , u £d“ y •ffgmoon. -w ?°i* y , wlll be moved to hla late home. 718 3rd st. s.w. Funeral Sun- W s*f,.*s-.w C ! * n4 Itt E oV^ B To H ving ln k?n*d d b . U n*d BARNES Thl?7;ft BLIZA i? B T H ?« B a’y. W sSrif , k m al ° n * *‘ X 7e * r * Use to me Is sad and dreary. In that O XJd d %. I t’rfa? o, . n w‘.i? “*“ TOU An A d n W h oa u i SS d g*o^g n, to m s ot,iiV* 0 t , iiV* r * M. WASHINGTON. NFLL™ A tribute of love to tha devoted "father JOSEPH U M‘ n BELL d whi April 28, 1897. DEVOTED FAMILY • ENNIS. MOLLIE R. In sad but lovin* fa R er ENNis e £L oU l f mother. MOLLIK r.*™ B '*, aa. ‘r.v** ,we,v * Time goes by with rapid pace *,£*?«*» succeed each other: * p » c « can ne’er efface Fond memories of our dear mother. Fl rjr ® f Pain and sorrow the land of peace and rest has taken you. dear mother. ’"uj will find eternal rest. H dishman TED DAUOHTE!R ' ALEXZINE C fiS lD by l feel RO lonely «« volce we do not heart were ever sweeter Than the words she used to say. N «"n* knows our heartache, or wh ® have lost can tell of ‘he grlef we bear in silenre ror tne we loved w#n H C R ROBW?ON D aES H 732 S ’ MR9 r OSE 2? Oo il 2 lon ' knew what was best xrxSf sou home to give ”ou rest HER DAUGHTER. MARY E. DISHMAN • GIRTON. HARRY REAMY. Sacred to tha one year ago today. April 28. 1939? tnrmbrrjfi. ° Ur he * rt * ,ou * re rs- DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MARY BURKE. • H 7Sr"*r < Jm.^, ,S^ IETT , A - In :» d lOV- H«»n»Ts^r. b dear mother. H*! 7 ? I * l,ll A HEBBRON. who entered Into rest ten years ago today. April 26. 1920. ' Tls „iyr et t 0 remember our mother who once was here. Though ahsent to us she Is ju«t, as dear. X5 e . u m, dPlkht stars shine dn the grave Os "ne we loved hut co»H not seve. HER CHILDREN. ESSIE AND HARRY. • KR<7 rTjFAi;i EDWIN In esd and loving wm vnoD; of <nr dear son. PAUL ED WIN KR.OPP. who suddenly n*««ad away nine years ago today. April 28. 1921. 'TIs only a step that d'v'des us. „ From glories no mori«i h*s seen; W- nnd him when death's grim fingers. Hath lifted the veil between. Sadiv missed. FATHER AND SISTER. • PUGH. DANIEL L. A tribute of love and devotion to the memory of my dear hus band., DANIEL L. PUOF. who fell sslsop three years ago today. April 28. 1927. If I could have my dearest wish fulfilled And take my choice of all earth's pleas ures. too. Or choose from heaven whatsoever I willed, I would ask for only you. HIB WIFE. NETTIE PUGH. THOMAS. BUCK. Sacred to the memory of £!'r gloved husband and father. BUCK THOMAS, who departed this life four years ago today. April 28. 1828. Oone. but not forgotten. THE FAMILY. • CEMETERIES. “ GLENWOOD CEMETERY VaulUge, $5 per month. Choice lots and sites for tale.