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MISS JANE RIGGS
DIES AT AGE OF 76 Member of Prominent D. C. Family Was 111 Only Short Time. Miss Jane Agnes Riggs, 76 years old. member cl a lamily long prominent in the history ol the National Capital, died at her home, 1617 I street, yester dav. after a short illness. Miss Riggs had lived here since in fancy The I street home was the resi dence of her father, the late George Washington Riggs, and has long been one of the landmarks of this city. Many famous persons have been enter tained there. It is the tradition of the family that the Alaskan treaty was signed there at 3 o'clock in the morning. Miss Riggs was the sole survivor of nine children. Three of them died in Childhood and each of the others was prominently identified in this city. They numbered Miss Alice Riggs, who died four vears ago; Lady Howard, who was the .wife of Sir Henry Howard, British Minister at The Hague and later at the Vatican; Mme de Geofroy, who was the wife of Louis de Geofroy, French diplomat; E. Francis Riggs, who Dress Comfortably this Summer on Convenient Weekly or Monthly Payments TORRID Summer days call for light-weight clothing. Vhy not step in and select a Summer Suit from our great stocks and charge it to your account? If you don’t have an ac count here, we’ll gladly open one for you. The terms will be arranged to please you, either weekly or monthly! This charge service is costless. r m . Summer Suits - 'i $16.50 to S3O EISEMAN’S Seventh and F Sts. N.W. — L : rVelcom e ; (C 96.& xcellency I \ - Dr. Julio Prestes d.'PresiJent S>lect of (ffj rcmil I Americanism rests on tlie'solid fact of*our"neigk ! torkood and intercourse. - It is the spirit of Pan-Ameri canism, in its desire for understanding and comradeship, in its aim to promote accord, in its wise use of the means available to these ends, in its abundant confidence that no mere harriei: of race or language can stand in the wajr of unity of spirit and purpose, that we find *in Ja y large j measure the hope for the future of the American nations. I —From v Our Relations to the Nations of the Western Hemisphere hy ' Chari Evans Hugh es, the pre ent I | Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. . The Great Atlantic Sc Pacific I Tea Company LrA RCES T IMP OR TERS OF B R.-AZfl LIAN CO'F-'FE'E *. ' | —' • - - - 1 ■ - '■ —— V was for many years a financier here, and Thomas La wr as on Riggs, who re sided at Green Hill, Prince Georges County. Miss Riggs’ father established the banking firm of Corcoran As Riggs with W. W. Corcoran. This firm en gaged in financing the United States during the Mexican War. The firm later became Riggs As Co., and was succeeded by the present Riggs National Bank. While active In various civic and re ligious groups. Miss Riggs was particu larly widely known as the District of Columbia vice regent of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association. Surviving Miss Riggs are five nephews and three nieces. They are Rev. T. Lawrence Riggs of New Haven, Conn.; Col. E. Francis Riggs of Green Hill. Md; Comdr. H. M. Howard. Antoine and George de Geofroy of Paris. France: Miss Jessie and Miss Alice Howard of London, and the Baroness von Recum of Gotzenheim, Hesse, Ger many. Funeral services will be conducted in St. Matthew's Catholic Church tomor row morning at 10:30 o'clock. Mass will be said by Miss Riggs' nephew, Father Riggs. Interment will be in the family plot in Rock Creek Cemetery. Births Reported. The following births have been reported to the Health Department in the past 24 hours: James and Genevieve Sprouse, boy. John and Rose Stevens, boy Charles E. S and Helen Rieh. girl. Leroy W. and Bernice E. Mareeron. boy. James H. and Margaret Westfall, boy. Harry and Fannie Madden, girl. Henry and Willie Brooks, girl. Roscoe and Katherine Thomas, girl. Robert E. and Helen E. Grimes, boy. Moses L and Alma V. Jackson, boy. THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY. .TUNE 12, 1030. ORIGINAL POSTERS I ADVERTISE PLAY Berryman Design Announces Presentation of “The Tem pest” Next Week.” Distribution of several hundred post ers announcing the forthcoming pres entation of "The Tempest,” one of Shakespeare's masterpieces, Thursday and Friday nights next week at the Syl van Theater in the Monument Grounds, was started today by committees of the Drama Guild. The posters, made from an original Shakespearean design by Clifford K. BerrsTnan. The Star’s cartoonist, have been colored students of five senior high schools. This work was dir. ted by the art teachers, including Miss Jes sie Baker, Mrs. Mae Ashton, Miss Ethel Foster. Miss Ethel Prince and Mrs. Eu genie D. Saugstad. The co-operation of business houses, hotels, clubs, schools and Government departments has made it possible for the posters to be seen in all sections of Washington. The original Berryman product was placed on display in Wood ward & Lothrop’s. Street cars also will carry announcements of the drama event, sponsored by outstanding women in official and residential circles. The District Commissioners are ex pected to be among the distinguished guests at the opening performance. More than 8,000 persons saw "Sher > wood,” the guild attraction last year. Preparations have been made to care for even larger crowds at "The Tem pest." When their wages were reduced by a ! cent an hour, a number of unemployed : miners of South Wales, who had been i given work on a road at Stanford-le- Hope. England, struck immediately. 1 ; MEtt. 1883 ONUMENTS Erectrd in National and other cemeteries throughout sur rounding States. Beat Material• Pricee Right WASHINGTON GRANITE MONUMENTAL CO.. Inc. I WM. JARDINE, Secty. 448 N. Y. Are, N.W. Natl._fiy;:fl__ W. WARREN TALTAVULL Funeral Home 3619 14th St. -N.W. Corner Spring Road D « I Col. 464 Phones ( Adams 10341 NAVY YARD COMMAND SHIFTS j Upper: Scene at the navy yard this morning when Rear Admiral Arthur L. Willard (left) left for new duties and was succeeded by Capt. Claude C. Bloch (right). — Star Staff Photo. Lower: Capt. W'illis McDowell, who is retiring and who was feted yesterday on leaving the post of captain of the yard. Huge Pipe to Be Laid. NEW YORK, June 12 (A*)—' What is described as the biggest cast iron pipe ever manufactured is to be laid under the Harlem River. More than 600 feet of pipe 9 feet In diameter will carry telephone wires. AMBULANCES Boat in Town. Pi AA Local Ca 11... M.OU Call Chamber* Co. c * «” P ADM. A. L. WILLARD LEAVES NAVY YARD Employes Pay Tribute to Him in Address by W. H. Smoot. With more than 5.000 employes of! the Navy Yard looking on. Rear J Admiral Arthur L. Willard today re- j linquished command of the Navy Yard I to become the vice admiral in charge \ of the scouting fleet of the Navy. Capt. Claude C. Bloch, until recently on duty at the Naval War College in j Netvport, R. I„ was placed in command of the yard duriny the colorful cere monies. Details of sailors and Marines attired in full dress uniform and the members of the retiring admiral's staff participated. William H. Smoot, president of the Columbia Lodge of Machinists, speaking In behalf of the employes, paid a tribute to Admiral Willard and pre sented him with an engrossed resolution congratulating him on his promotion. “Due to Rear Admiral Willard's fore sight, initiative and wise recommenda tions. the Navy Department has so greatly increased the facilities of the Washington navy yard and gun fac tory,” Smoot declared, ‘‘that we have now one of the finest and best equipped gun factories in the world.” The speaker added that during the many years of service at the navy yard by Admiral Willard he had endeared himself to the entire personnel Responding, Admiral Willard said the navy yard and naval gun factory had been the most cherished of all his sta tions of duty on shore. “For a long period of years,” he said, “at varying intervals, it has been my home as well as duty's station. It was about 30 years ago that I began my first period of service here asa young lieutenant, and since that time it has been my privilege to have had various assignments in this Navy Yard and gun factory, covering a total period of about 14 years.” Navy Band Flays. Admiral Willard lauded the yard per sonnel and also commended Robert H. Alcorn, a former employe of the Navy Yard, for his work as chairman of the Joint conference on Civil Service retire ment legislation. A salute of 13 guns was fired in hon or of Admiral Willard as his flag was hauled down from the flagpole of the commandant’s office building. “Auld Lang Syne,” “Anchors Aweigh” and other selections were rendered by the Navy Band. The changing regime at the Wash ington Navy Yard was marked yester day by the departure of the well be loved Capt. Willis McDowell as captain of the yard, who left for his home at Sharon, Pa., where he will be until September 1, when he is to be placed on the retired list at his own request, following 30 years’ service. • A brief ceremony was held yesterday morning in the office of the captain of the yard, with high-ranking naval offi cers, led by the retiring commandant. Rear Admiral Arthur L. Willard, and leading civilians joining in bidding Capt. McDowell farewell. W. H. Smoot, president of the Columbia Lodge of Machinists, acting as chairman of a committee representing all the Navy Yard employes, read resolutions adopt ed by a special workers’ committee lauding Capt. McDowell for his work while captain of the yard and setting forth the high esteem in which he was held. „ Brief Ceremony Held. Every trade and department of the yard was represented at the brief cere mony, following which Capt. McDowell in a few words thanked his audience for the good wishes expressed. Then the officers and workmen filed 4y and shook his hand, bidding him Godspeed. Capt. McDowell left the Navy Yard shortly after noon to travel by auto mobile to Sharon, Pa. He has been on duty at the local yard for about three I years, and during that time has endear ed himself to the officers, enlisted men ' and workers. As senior member of the 1 wage board he came to know many of the workmen personally and took a keen Interest in their welfare. He was public works officer, assistant superin tendent of the naval gun factory at the yard and was senior member of the la bor board. In addition, Capt. McDowell was president of the special general court-martial that tried officers. The successor of Capt. McDowell, Capt. Frank D. Berrien, now command ing officer of the U. S. S. Lexington, will report for duty as captain of the yard about July 5. In the interim. Capt. P. W. Foote will be captain of the yard. » ■ Marriage Licenses. Verger Terry, 31, and Susie Matthews. 31; Rev, Daniel T. Coles. Donald M. Byington, 25. Ossining, N. Y , and Ida W. Simonsen, Jll, this city; Rev. Kyle Booth William O. Morgan. 24. and Edlthe E. Robey. 23; Rev. Francis J. Hurney. Percival K. Parlett, 33. and Mildred H. Leonard, 32; Rev. E. C. Reynolds. Joseph B. Pilieii, 29, and Cecelia A. Dieter, 23; Rev. William J. Sweeney. Charles M Taylor. 51. and Johanna Dett mann. 56; Rev. W. E Balderson. Eugene H. Campbell, 42. Gerrardstown, W. Va.. and Edith F. Coleman, 39, Rich mond. Va. William F Daly. 66. and Helen M. W. Foster. 56. both of New York City; Rev. John A. Dixon. George Muse. 22. and Eva Palmer, 20; Rev. Washington Robinson. Arthgr W. Hewett. 21, and Emma Led man. 19: Rev. Chesteen Smith. •Samuel B Craig, 29. and Hazel N. Thompson. 25: Rev. Andrew R. Bird. Jacob W. Jones. 25. and Clara G. Hunter, 20: Rev. C. T. Murray. Frank Robinson. 21, and Catherine Black. 18; Rev. C. R. Alexander. Arthur Lucas, 50. and Susie N. Napier, 35: Rev. E. C. Smith. Elmer O. Carroll 30, and Edna F. Car roll, 18; Rev. Caleb E. Queen. Max Polonsky. 30, and Ray Cohen. 24, both of Baltimore. Md.: Rev. J. T. Loeb. David Harris. 32. and Alberta E. Good man, 33: Rev. C. R. Alexander. L. Wilson Simpson. 35. and Ida M. Hill. 35. both of Mechanlcsville, Md.; Rev. Joseph I. Fink. Peter D. Chipouras. 30, and Pota Lynard. 23: Rev. Basilios Papanlckas. Andrew P. Buschcr. 23. and Adeline I. Giovannoni, 22; Rev. P. C. Gavan. Harry E. Caputo. 21. and Kathleen M. Keister, 21: Rev. Joseph T Kennedy. Oren H. Reed, 22, and Ariine R. Sweeney, 20: Rev. Houston Greenwell. Louis C. Fridinger. 22. and Vivian M. McDonald, 22; Rev. W. M. Michaels. Charles W. Garey. 24. and Margaret I. Bowdle. 19. both of Baltimore. Md.; Rev. Allan F. Poore. FOUND. __ DOG—Chihuahua (Mexican hairless). Ap ply Animal Rescue League. LOST. BAG~Purple leather overnight bag, Satur day. June 7, between Rittenhouse st., Chevy Chase, D. C.. and Baltimore. Md. Phone Cleveland 1185. Reward. BANGLE, green enamel 4-leaf clover. Re- North 10000. Apt. 829.' •_ BOSTON BULL, brown and white, blind In right eye; answers to name "Pete.'' Reward. 2106 F st . Apt. 106. BRACELET—Diamond and sapphire brace let. containing 56 diamonds and 14 sap phires of the bangle style, platinum setting, on or about May 30. Liberal reward for in fonnantion leading to recovery. Apply Fischer & Fischer, Edmonds Bldg. Met. 2311. lB BRACELET, black onyx and marcaslte. be tween 14th and Clifton sts. and 15th and V. Reward for Its return. Apt. 307. West Clif ton Terrace. Columbia 7744. DIAMOND RING, platinum. Liberal reward. Apt. 510, Northbrook Courts. Phone Colum bla 7231. __ EYEGLASSES, white gold rimmed, broken. In black leather case; lost Saturday. Reward. 4211 16th st. n.w. Adams 6778. • FOX TERRIER—Wire-haired, white, named “Cricket.’' Reward. Clev. 1348. JEWELRY, in linen wallet: brooches and rings; downtown n.w. section; Wednesday am. Reward. Phone Nat. 9102. 14^_ KEY FOLDER—BLACK, in front of or In Capitol Bldg., Tuesday p.m. Call Metro poltian 1972. , SCARF, brown, red and cream. Wednesday, near New National Museum. Reward. Col. 6638. L_ SHOE, lady's, from polo game on Speedway to 341 Phillips Terrace. Adams 8710. VEST—On Wyoming ave. blue vest. Re turn to Robert Palmer, 2224 Wyoming ave., and cbtain reward. WRIST WATCH.” Bulova, between 14th and Belmont sts. n.w and Congress Heights sec tion, Call Columbia 7672. Reward • WRIST WATCH," lady’s, white sold. Elgin, initials “M. E. R.," Sunday night, vicinity of 19th and Columbia rd. Liberal reward. Please phon&.Pot. 2974. • * THE WEATHER] , District of Columbia—Cloudy tonight and tomorrow; possibly showers tomor row; not much change in temperature: gentle to moderate east and southeast winds. Virginia—Cloudy tonight and tomor row. probably showers tomorrow and in extreme west and extreme southeast portions tonight; not much change in temperature; moderate to fresh east winds. Maryland—Cloudy tonight and to morrow, probably with showers tomor- l row and in extreme west portion to night; not much change in tempera ture: moderate east winds. West Virginia—Showers tonight or tomorrow; not much change in tem perature. Record for Twenty-four Hours. Thermometer —4 p.m., 79; 8 p.m., 74; , 12 midnight, 64; 4 am., 60; 8 am., 69; ftoon, 77. Barometer —4 p.m., 30.25; 8 p.m.. 30.24: 12 midnight. 30.26: 4 a.m., 30.27; 8 a m.. 30.31; noon, 30.27. Highest temperature, 81, occurred at 4:15 yesterday. Lowest temperature, 57, occurred at 5 a.m. today. Temperature same date last year— Highest, 87; lowest, 60. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today—Low tide. 3:04 a.m. and 3:41 p.m.; high tide, 8:43 a.m. and 9:14 p.m. Tomorrow —Low tide, 3:49 a.m. and 4:25 p.m.; high tide, 9:24 a.m. and 9:57 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today—Sun rose 4:41 am.; sun sets 7:34 p.m. Tomorrow —Sun rises 4:41 a.m.: sun sets, 7:34 p.m. Moon rises 9:21 p.m.; sets 5:23 a.m. Weather in Various Cities. B Temperature. 003 | p iVn Stations. g S-g. jj" ° “ weather. $ g » •I : B Abilene, Tex ... 29.82 78 68 .... Cloudy Albany. N. Y.... 30 34 78 58 .... Clear Atlanta. Ga ... 30.02 80 6* Cloudy Atlantic City... 30.30 70 60 0.02 Cloudy Baltimore. Md.. 30.30 78 60 .... Pt.cloudy Birmingham ... 30.06 84 68 .... Cloudy Bismarck, N. D. 29.34 78 56 0.88 Cloudy Boston, Mass... 30.36 68 56 0.14 Rain Buffalo. N. Y... 30.22 74 62 .... Pt.cloudy Charleston. S.C. 30.12 SO 66 Cloudv Chicago. 11l 30.00 78 58 0.20 Cloudy Cincinnati. Ohio 30.10 82 62- .... Cloudy Cleveland, Ohio. 30.14 78 62 .... Cloudy Columbia, S. C. 30.16 84 64 .... Pt.cloudy Denver, C 010... 29.46 88 66 .... Clear Detroit, Mich.. 30.12 78 62 .... Pt.cloudy El Paso, Tex 29.68 80 66 .. . Cloudy Galveston. Tex. 29 90 80 74 0.01 Rain Helena. Mont... 29.70 76 50 .... Clear Huron. S. Dak.. 29.34 76 62 ... Cloudy Indianapolis.lnd 30.06 74 58 0.04 Rain Jacksonville. Fla. 30.04 78 72 ... Cloudy Kansas City. Mo 29.78 68 64 004 Clear Los Angeles 29.76 74 60 Cloudy Louisville. Ky... 30.10 82 64 .... Cloudy Miami. Fla 29.98 84 78 001 Cloudy N. Orleans, La . 29 95 82 70 0.04 Rain New York. NY. 30.34 74 62. ... Cloudy Oklahoma City. 29.80 84 66 .... Clear Omaha. Nebr. ..29.58 72 60 .... Clear Philadelphia ...30.32 80 60 .... Cloudy Phoenix, Aria... 29.58 74 42 .... Clear Pittsburgh. Pa . 30.12 78 60 .... Cloudy Portland. Me... 30.42 56 50 0.06 Cloudy Portland, Oreg. 30.10 70 54 Cloudy Raleigh. N. C 30.20 82 60 .... Cloudy Salt Lake City. 29.76 92 64 .... Clear San Antonio... 29 78 70 66 0.18 Cloudy San Diego. Calif 29.76 68 60 .... Cloudy San Francisco. 29.72 76 56 .... Clear St. Louis, Mo.. 29.96 66 58 0.98 Clear St. Paul, Minn. 29.66 78 58 ... Cloudy Seattle. Wash.. 30.06 62 50 ....Rain Spokane, Wash. 29.88 72 46 .... Pt.cloudy Tampa. Fia ... 30.00 86 72 .... Rain WASH., D. C.. 30.31 81 59 .... Clear ■ ■ - . .... Commissioners Indorse Bill. The District Commissioners today sent to the House District committee a hearty Indorsement of the bill intro duced by Representative Britten to change the name of the so-called Mil llon-dollar Bridge, across Rock Creek on Connecticut avenue to the Taft Bridge in honor of the late WHliam Howard Taft. <Earl* of aljmtkfl. BARNES. HERMAN A. MRB. MARY BARNES and family wish to extend our sincere thanks for the beautiful flora! offerings and .vour expressions of sympathy in our sad bereavement of our loving son and brother, HERMAN A. BARNES. £J?atlps. BURKE. CATHERINE. On Tuesday, June 10, 1930. at her residence. 245 12th st. n.e. CATHERINE, wife of the late Edward J. Burse, formerly of Plttston. Pa. Bhe Is survived by Thomas J.. William E., John ,H.. Joseph R., James G., Mary C. Burke and Mrs. Francis Farrell. Funeral from the above residence, Friday, June 13. at 8:30 am.: thence to Holy Comforter Church, where mass will be sung at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 12 COOI.EY, MARTIN 1,. Suddenly, on Tues day. June 10. 1930. MARTIN L. COOLEY, beloved husband of Esther Cooley, aged 59 years. Funeral from W. W. Deal's funeral home. 816 H st. n.e., on Friday. June 13, at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Beallsville, Md DUNN. JOHN P. On Tuesday. June 10, 1930, at Sibley Hospital. JOHN P., beloved hus band of the late Mary Dunn. Funeral from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Edna M. Davis. 2502 28th st. n.e.. on Friday. June 13. at 8 30 a.m.. thence to St. Frances De Sales' Church, where mass will be said at 9 am. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. DITV ALL. LAURA M. On June 11. 1930, at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. James Lloyd Howes, 8711 Green ave., Woodside. Md., LAURA M. DUVALL, beloved wife of Benjamin Dix Duvall, mother of John P. M. Duvall of Washington. Benjamin N. Duvall of Richmond. Va.; Mrs. Charles W. Bolgiano of Washington and Mrs. A. Lee W. Horine of Brunswick. Md. Funeral services at the above residence on Friday, June 13. at 9:30 am. Interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, Md. 12 EISENHOUR. URETHA M. On Wednesday, June 11, 1930. at aOrfleld Hospital. URE THA M. EISENHOUR. Funeral from the S. H. Hines Co. funeral honte, 2901 14th st. n.w„ on Friday. June 13, at 1:30 p.m. Interment at Fort Lincoln Cemetery. HARRIS. HARRIETT. On Moni'ay, June 9. 1930, at Freedmen's Hospital. HAR RIETT HARRIS, the devoted friend of Carl C. B3ker. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral chu-ch. 1432 You st. n.w„ until 6:33 p.m. Thursday. Inter ment at Wilmington. N. C. HERRELL, LEE L. On Thursday. June 12. 1930. at his residence. Wheaton. Md.. LEE L.. beloved husband of Aspasia Prosper! Herrell. Notice of funeral hereafter. • HORNER. JAMES WOODWARD. Suddenly, on Tuesday. June 10. 1930, JAMBS WOOD WARD HORNER, beloved husband of the late Anna S. Horner and father of Violet H. Jordan. Funeral from his late resi dence. 15 Seaton pi. n.w., on Friday. June 13 at 2:30 pm. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment at Glenwood Cemetery. 12 JOHNSON. AMANDA. On Wednesday. June 11. 1930, at her residence. 2632 Sheridan rd. s.e. AMANDA, beloved wife of the late Albert Johnson, mother of Mary Har ris She leaves a host of other relatives and frienus to mourn their loss. Remains resting temporarily at Henry S. Washing ton's funeral home. 467 N st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. • LESTER. WILLIAM L. On Wednesday. June 11. 1830. at Emergency Hospital. WILLIAM L., beloved husband of Emma O Lester of 43S New Jersey ave. s.e. Funeral services at W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 140(f Chapin st. n.w., on Friday. June 13. at 7:30 p.m. Interment at Shockoe Central Ceme tery. Richmond. Va. on Saturday. June 14. at 2 pm. (Richmond, Va., papers please copy.) 13 LUTZ. KATHERINE. On Tuesday. June 10. 1930. KATHERINE, beloved wife of the late Frederick Lutz. Funeral from the residence of her son. Gustave Maurer. 1219 Michigan ave. n.e.. on Friday. June 13. at 8:30 am. Requiem mass at St. An thony’s Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. 12* MAHONEY. DENNIS P. Suddenly, on Wed nesday. June 11. 1930. at his residence. 213 A St. n.e., DENNIS P MAHONEY, the beloved husband of Hannah Mahoney (nee Sullivan I and father of James D Ma honey. Funeral from the above residence on Friday. June 13. at 8:30 am. Requiem mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rela tives and friends invited. MAHONEY. DENNIS P. The members of St. Joseph's Holy Name Society are advised of the death of Dennis P. Mahoney. The Rosary will be recited this evening at 7:30 at his late residence. 313 A st. n.e. I MILLS, HENRY' A. Om Thursday. June 12. 1930. at Freedmen's Hospital. HENRY A. MILLS, the devoted son of Henry and Mery Mills. Funeral Saturday. June 14. at 9 a.m.. from his late residence. 336 W st. n.w. Remains resting at'the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church, 1432 You st n.w. until 2 p.m. Friday, thereafter at the above residence. 13 MORAN, FRANCIS SAYER (FRANK S.). On Tuesday, June 10, 1930. at his residence, 2416 Pa. ave. n.w.. FRANCIS SAYER, be loved son of. the late William Plume and Elizabeth Clements Moran. Funeral from St. Matthew's Church. Friday. June 13. at 8:15 a.m. Friends invited. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. • OSBORNE, DANIEL. On Thursday. June 12. 1930. 6t his residence. 1154 19th st. n.w.. DANIEL OSBORNE. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church, 1432 You st. n.w. Notice oX funeral later. PAGE. JOHN. On Tuesday. June 10. 1930. JOHN PAOE. beloved husband of Catherine Page. Funeral services at the residence of his daughter. Mrs. John P. Van Wle. Edgar ave.. Maryland Park, on Friday, June 13. at 8:30 am.: thence to St Mar garet's Catholic Churcn. Seat Pleasant, Md., where mass will be said at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4A A-9 Deaths. RIGGS. JANE AGNES. On Wednesday. June 11. 1930. st her residence. 1617 Eye st. n.w., JANE AGNES, beloved daughter of the late George Washington and Janet Shedrlen Riggs. Funeral from St. Mat thew’s Church Friday. June 13. at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. In terment at Rock Creek Cemetery. Please omit flowers. RILEY’. CATHERINE M. On Tuesday. June 10. 1930, at her residence. 44 Eye at. n.w., CATHERINE M. RILEY (nee Fitzgerald), beloved wife of the late Michael M Riley and mother of James E.. Edw ird F and Mary M. Snow .and Mra. William Hendrick. Funeral from the above resi dence on Friday. June 13. at 8.30 a.m Requiem mass at St. Aloysius Church at 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 12 RILEY. CATHERINE. Members of St Jo seph's Ladies’ Auxiliary. No. 62. Knights of St John, and sister auxiliaries are re quested to attend the funeral of our de ceased sister. Mrs. CATHERINF. RILEY. • Friday. June 13. 1930. at 8 a.m., at St Alovslus Church. Members will meet at the late home. 44 Eye st. n.w.. at 8 30 p.m. Thursday. June 12. to recite the Rosary. By order of the president. M. C. RATCLIFFE. LILLIAN QUADS. Rec. Secy.. RUSSELL. I.EO BOY’D. On Wednesday. June 11. 1930. at his residence. 534 Ingra ham st. n.w., LEO BOYD, beloved husband of Orace E. Russell. Funeral service at his late residence on Friday. June 13. at 2 p.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 13* SHREYE. DANIEL TRUNDLE. On Wednes day. June 11. 1930. at hi- residence. 4907 Illinois ave nw . DANIEL TRUNDLE SHREVE. the beloved husband of Effle Hammond Shreve. Funeral services at his late residence on Friday. June 13. at 11 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. Frederick. Md. 12 THOMAS. WILLIAM. On Tuesday. June 10. 1930. at Tuberrulosis Hospital. WILLIAM THOMAS. Surviving him are one sister, three brothers, one aunt, two nieces and other relatives and friends. Remains at Frazier's funeral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. WECKEL. GRACE CECELIA. On Wednes day, June 11. 1930. at her residence, 3529 New Hampshire ave. n.w . GRACE CE CELIA WECKEL. beloved daughter of Katherine B. and Gustave A. Weckel. Fu neral services at St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church Friday. June 13. at 9 a.m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. WEEMS. GEORGE E. On Wednesday. June 11. 1930. at his residence. 706 L st. s.e., GEORGE E WEEMS, beloved husband of Lucy Weems and loving father of George, Jr. Notice of funeral later. WILLIAMS. ELSIE. Departed this life on Wednesday. June 11. 1930. at her resi dence. 60 N st. s.e.. ELSIE WILLIAMS, be loved daughter of Mattie Williams and the late Jeremiah Williams. She leaves to mourn their loss a mother, one sister. Mabel Hall, and other relatives and friends Remains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral pallor. 1300 S. Capitol st. Notice of fu neral later. In fSmnrlam. BRIGGS, HENRY C. In sad remembrance of my husband. HENRY C. BRIOOS. who departed this life one year ago today, June 12. 1929. Another sad year has ended, Another sun has set. And still I think and weep for you; Dear Henry, how can I forget? Some day, some time, my eyes shall see The face I love so well: Some day your hands will be grasped in mine And never say farewell. . HIS WIFE, ANNAR FOX BRIOOS. • CONOVER, RICHARD C. A tribute of love to the memory of our son. RICHARD, who departed this life suddenly twelve years ago today. June 12. 1928. It Is not the tears at the time that are shed . . . , That tel! of the hearts that are broken, But the silent tears in ihe after years Are remembrances silently spoken. MOTHER AND FATHER. • CREECY’. EDWARD A. In loving but sad re membrance of our dear father. EDWARD A CREECY. who passed away one year ago today. June 12, 1929. CHILDRE „ . DUCKETT. HENRY W. In sad but dear memory of my loving nusband, HENRY W. DUCKETT, who departed this life nine years ago today. June 12. . Hra LOVING WIFE. SARAH E. DUCKETT. • GASCOIGNE. ELIZABETH. In sad but lov ing remembrance of my dear mother. ELIZABETH GASCOIGNE, who departed this life three years ago today. June 12, 1927. HER LOVING DAUGHTERS. * HUTCHINSON, SUSAN ANN AND LUCY B. In loving remembrance of my mother, BU- . SAN ANN HUTCHINSON, who died thirty- ' three years ago, May 29. 1897. and my sis ter. LUCY B. HUTCHINSON, who died two years ago today, June 12, 1928. In my heart her memory lingers. Sweetly, tender, fond and true. There is not a day. dear mother, That I do not think of you. You have gone from us. dear one. To your Savior, good and true; You have won the heavenly glory. Which It Is for us to do. What grief and pain she suffered here None of us will ever know. So Jesus took her home with Him. Where no tears will ever flow. THEIR LOVING DAUGHTER AND SIS TER. SUSIE A. STRATTAN. * LEE. ORLANDER. In sad but loving re membrance of my beloved husband. OR LANDER LEE. who departed this life four years ago today. June 12, 1926. He is gone, but not forgotten. Never .shall his memory fade. Sweetest thoughts shall always Unger Around the spot where he is laid. HIS DEVOTED WIFE. RISDON. FANNIE S. In loving brance of my dear mother. FANNIE S. RISDON, who departed this life one year ago today, June 12, 1929. » Mv thoughts are always wandering, To the grave, not far away. Where my dear mother Is lying In her peaceful and lonely grave. I win never forget you. mother. While in this world I stay. God only knows my feeling 81nCe * SON.*EMMETT B*RI3DOIf. • s “^ L £?o°t?d WmMV' WOOD who departed this life eight years ago today. This day brings back sad memoriea Os our dear sister, gone to rest: And the ones who think of her today Are the ones who love her best. HER DEVOTED SISTERS, LOUIS* AND BLANCH. ____________ funeral directors. ~ALMUS R. SPEARE Succeeding the Original W. R. Spear* Co. 1623 Connecticut Ave. Potomae 4666 WILLIAM H. SCOTT • 409 Bth ST. S E. LINCOLN 0530 Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) TATI Ct K \V Phone West 0096 JUO4 JYL St. i\.W. Established 1841 - Established 1876 _ JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. _J 337 10th St. N.W. Phene Worth 0042 Clyde J. Nichols, Inc. 4303 Bth St. N.W. Cot 1314. J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. 232 PA AVE N.W NATIONAL 1334. 1381 W. W* Deal & Co* 818 H ST N.E. LINCOLN 3300. _ CHAS. S. ZURHORST 301 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 0373 Herbert B. Nevius Funeral Home 384 New York Ave, N.W. District 3600 Frank Geier's Sons Co. y&ESm THephime National 2473 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. Phone Prank 6676 1009 H St. N.W. Formerly 940 F Bt. N.W. Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private Limousine Ambulance 413 H st n.e. Lincoln 0524 Modem Chapel t-meem uom FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS AT MOD. ■BATE PRICES. TEL. NAT. 2416 A NAT. 41 S 3 Open Evenings 14. LD, T? v _ and Sundays Prompt Auto Delivery Service. Gude Bros. Co., 1212 F St. Artistic—expressive—inexpensive. CEMETERIES. GLENWOOD CEMETERY Vaultage, $5 per month Choice lots and sites for sale. FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY NON-SECTARIAN PERPETUAL CARE LOTS VAULTS CRYPTS Wide Range Sold or Rented For Ashee REASONABLE PRICES —TERMS H MODERN CREMATORIUM Washlngton-Balttmore Blvd. at District Lin* Lodge House City Office. 1382 G St. Lincoln 3579 District 6103 A ~ 111 .