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Oil Conference Opens.
PARIS, June 30 (Λ5).—An interna tional oil conference opened here today, with British and American representa tives predominating jji numbers. The representatives of Soviet Russia had noi appeared when the session began. Germany expects to ralsi, through lb rent tax. S11.42S.000 for the ronstruc tlon of homes ior the unemployed. Praise Voiced by Director for Work Done by En forcement Squad. ι ; . I : ; The belief that "there has been vast ; improvement in morale, conduct, train i ing and efficiency' of the Prohibition i1 Bureau's personnel, was voiced In a ! statement by Amos W. W Woodcock, I the director, made public today in con nection with the second anniversary of : »he transfer of dry enforcement to the ! Department of Justice. The director added the opinion that his agents are "doing an admittedly difficult task honestly, earnestly and lawfully, and with a force of only one man for each 55.000 inhabitants. "Opinions differ as to the results." he added, "but I believe any fair study will show that it has done in excellent job with the resources available to It." Only 10 Per Cent Escape. Woodcock» figures showed that only 10 per cent of the persons tried for violation of the prohibition law escaped some punishment during the first 11 months of this fiscal year. The bureau became a part of the Justice Depart ment July 1, 1930. Arrests during the first 11 months were 82.242. compared with 76.540 the previous yenr. Criminal cases termi nated numbered 74.362. with 66.268 convictions of which 55,468 were in Federal courts and 10.800 in State courts. During the 1930-31 fiscal year convictions in Federal courts totaled 51.360. and in State courts 7.727 "I cannot give the results of the full year's work." Woodcock said, "but it is interesting to note that in 11 months of the year just ended the bureau seized 11.567 automobiles as against 8.933 for the previous year; 23.764 stills, as against 23,562; 7.878 perma nent injunctions were issued, as against C.428. and the percentage of convic tions in Federal courts improved frcm 85.9 per cent to 89.6. I think the lat COOL SUMMER SUITS Charge It! * -4 Pay ^ I I I Up Convenient \r EISEMAN'S, 7th & F ter figure la not approached In tnv other branch of criminal law. Many Case* Pending. "It is also Interesting to note that on June 30 1930, there were 21.820 pro hibition cases on the dockets of the Federal courts, while on May 31. 1932, in spite of the enormous increase in activity, there were only 18.126 cases remaining "We will turn back into the Treas ury this year pbout $300.000 of our ap propriation, as against about $160.000 last year Pines imposed during the 11 months of this year aggregate $7. 354.891. as against $6.698.528 last year." MEXICO LOSES MILLIONS BY DEPORTING CHINESE Asiatics Take Fifty Million Pesos From Stat* of Sonora Alone in Single Year. MEXICO CITY.—Compulsory expul sion of Chinese residents carried on by state officials in the northern border state of Sonora has proved to be an economic boomerang, according to press advices received here. It is eftimated by the Anti-Chinese League of Sonora. which has been the leader in Chinese and Asiatic persecu tions, that the Chinese have taken more than 50.000.000 pesos with them when they left the state end Mexico during the last year. Furthermore, the dis patch states that business activity throughout the province has been ma terially affected by the deportatien laws. In the meantime the governor of the state, in view of large sums taken by the Chinese deportees and the subse quent decrease in state revenues from taxes, is devising means to intensify the agricultural, commercial and industrial activities within the state. ■ - · People returning home late at night in Paris are to be proteced by a special police brigs de. District of Columbia—Pair, continued warm tonight and tomorrow: gentle to moderate southwest winds. Maryland. Virginia—Fair tonight: to morrow partly cloudy; not much change In temperature. West Virginia—Pair tonight: tomor row partly cloudy, possibly followed by showers in afternoon or at night; not much change in temperature. Report for Last 24 Hours. Temperature. Barometer. Yesterday— Degrees. Inches. 4 pm 84 29 79 8 p m 82 29 78 Midnight 72 29.79 Today— 4 a m 68 29.76 8 a m 76 29 78 Noon 86 29.74 Highest, 86. noon today. Year ago. 88 Lowest. 67, 6:00 a.m. today. Year ago, 70. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today. Tomorrow. High 5:18 a.m. 6:0δ a.m. Low 12:17 a.m. High ........ 5:51p.m. 6.37 p.m. Low 12:22 p.m. 1:10 p.m The Sun and Moon. Rises. Sets. Sun, today .. 4:45 7:38 Sun. tomorrow 4:45 7:38 Moon, today.. 1:44am. 5:10p.m. Automobile lights must be turned on one-half hour after sunset. Rainfall. Monthly rainfall in inches in the Capital (current month to date): Month. 1932. Average. Record. January .... 4 82 3.55 7.09 '82 February ... 2 46 3.27 6.84 '84 March 6.45 3 75 8 84 .91 April 2.12 3.27 9.13 "89 May 5 07 3.70 10.69 '89 June 2,85 4 13 10 94 '00 July 4 71 10.63 '86 August 4 01 14 41 '28 September 3.24 10.81 '76 October 2 84 8.57 '85 November 2.37 8.69 '89 December 3.32 7.56 '01 Weather In Various Cities. ® Temperature. 1 S* ;? Sa. S Stations. J Ξ» °· Weather. -« ϊγρ* tn ο» : ? 5 » Abilene, Te*.... 29 84 93 72 ....Cear Albany. Ν. Y...29 68 82 64 .... Clear Atlanta. Ga ... 29.94 84 72 Pt.cloudy Atlantic City. 29.74 88 70 ....Clear Baltimore. Md.. 29.74 86 70 Cloudy Birmingham 29 94 92 74 0.14 Pt cloudy Bismarck. N. D 29 60 86 86 .... Clear Boston. aMss... 29 62 80 66 .. Clear Buffalo. Ν. Y. 29 76 86 62 Cloudy Charleston S C. 29 90 92 74 0 18 Pt.cloudy Chicago 111 29 80 84 66 .... Pt.cloudy Cincinnati. Ohio 29 82 84 72 ...Clear Cleveland. Ohio 29 78 80 70 .... Clear Cohimbla S. C. 29 86 90 72 .... Ft cloudy Denver, Colo... 29 80 90 64 .... Clear Detro't. Mich... 29.82 80 66 ....Clear El Paso. Tex. 29 74 98 76 ... Clear Galveston. Tex 29 92 88 78 .... Cloudy Helena. Mont... 29 92 90 62 .... Clear Huron. S. Dak. 29 52 90 70 .... Clear Indianapolis.Ind 29.80 84 72 Clear Jackson vl lie.Fla. 29 96 88 76 0 52 Cloudy Kansas City. Mo 29 76 94 74 . .Clear Los Angeles ... 29 88 74 58 Cloudy Louisville. Ky.29 86 86 72 ....Clear Miami. Fia 30 04 88 78 Pt.cloudy New Orleans . 29 98 90 78 0.J0 Clear New York. N Y. 29 70 84 68 Clfar Oklahoma City. 29 84 92 68 1.18 Rain Omaha. Nebr.. 29.72 92 74 .... Clear Philadelphia .29 74 86 72 Clear Phoenix. Ariz.. 29 72 108 80 0 02 Rain Pittsburgh. Pa . 29 8» 80 68 Cloudy Portland. Me . 29 62 76 62 .... Cloudy Portland, Oreg. 30 06 80 56 Clear Raleigh. N. C...29 84 88 72 Clear Salt Lake City. 29 88 92 68 .... Clear San Antonio.... 29 88 94 74 .... Cloudy San Diego. Calif 29 8 6 70 62 Cloudy San Francisco.. 29 84 64 52 .... Cloudy St. Louis. Mo.. . 29 80 92 74 Pt.cloudy St. Paul. Minn.. 29 62 84 64 0.16 Cloudy Seattle. Wash. SO 10 72 54 ...Clear Spokane, Wash 29 98 86 58 Clear Tampa. Fla. 30.02 86 78 0.02 Cloudy WASH . D. C. 29 78 86 69 Clear ronrtfiv. (7 a.m., Greenwich time, today.) Stations Temperature: Weather. London. England 62 5ain , . Paris. France 70 Part cloudy Vienna. Austria 68 Part cloudy Berlin. Germany 76 Cloudy Zurich. Switzerland 71 Cloudy Stockholm. Sweden 57 Part cloudy Gibraltar. 8pain «3 Part cloudy (Noon. Greenwich time, today.) Horta ι Fayal), Azores 70 Rain (Current observations.) Hamilton. Bermuda 74 Cloudy San Juan. Porto Rico. . 84 Part cloudy Havana. Cuba 78 Colon, Canal Zone 78 Part cloudy ORANGES "EVERLASTING" Turn Green and Ripen Again if Left on Trees for Year. SEVILLE (N.A.N.A.).—ISpain has pro duced "everlasting oranges." These convenient fruits if not picked in a par ticular year go green again and then ripen in the following Spring and Summer. They can, it is claimed, "be left on the trees for several years, alternately ripening and turning green." An invention to enable the blind to read Braille more speedily has been in vented by Dr. F. W. Alexander of Ted dington. England. FOUND. RINGS (2). in public building Address Box 129-R. Star ofllce. 30· LOST. BOSTON BAG. black; Mount Pleasant car; reward. Call Ashton 26-R. 30· CASE, brown leather, near Van Ness st. and Bureau of Standards: cards carry name "B M. Knobel.' Reward. Return National Press Club. · COLLIE PUPPY, dark brown. 4 months old. 3506 Oarfleld st. nw. Emerson 8583. DOO young white setter, with one light brown ear: J10 reward if returned to C. R Logan, McLean. Va. Telephone Cleveland 20Û2 JEWELS—Liberal reward at hotel desk. 2400 16th st.. for recovery of jewels lost from Apt. 519. PEKINGESE, mixed gray and brown dog. tumor on stomach: 115 reward. Wm. Spar row. Ml 7th gt. n.w.. 2nd floor. 1 · RING, gold-diamond engagement. In business district. Tuesday, June 29. Reward. Phone Nf.tional 5848 FORT NECESSITY HIGHWAY FINISHED FOR CEREMONY Thousands of Motorists Expected to Travel Hoad for Celebration in Honor of Cterfrge Washington. Special Dispatch to The Star. GRANTSVILXE. Md.. June 30 j More than a half-mile of highway lead ing from Fort Necessity, famous land- j mark of the French and Indian Wat. ι near the National Highway above here, has been completed by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways. The road is expected to carry many thousands of j motorists to a célébration July 3 and 4 j i in commemoration of George Washing- ι ! ton's military campaign, part of the J ' Bicentennial celebration. The new road j ! connects Pert Necessity with the Na | tional Highway, route 40, replacing an ! earth trail which was dangerous and ] unreliable during wet weather. RUSSIANS GIVE SHEEP MEDICINE TO SHEAR THEM Mineral Salts Cause Fleece to Fall Off by Affecting Sympathetic Nerve System. RIGA (NANA.).—Up-to-date Rus sia is doiug away with the old-fash- j ioned method of shearing sheep. A ^ ! new method of removing fleece, and fur , j from rabbits, has been devised by the ! Soviet commissariat of light Industry. J By the new method the sheep are j given a small do?e of a preparation of j ; heavy mineral sr.lts. v.hich so acts upon j j the sympathetic nerve system that in a ! few days the fleeces are loosened and | ! may be peeled off. No fleece is left at all upon the sheep's body, but a new one begins to grow immediately and its rate of growth is more rapid than after the ordinary shearing process. The system also may be applied to the coats of dogs. Prof. N. A. Ilyin, who is responsible for the new method, claims that he can make a sheep moult in two stages, first shedding the finest parts of its fleece and then the coarser kind, the wool being sorted automati cally in this way. (Îarù nf îTljanki!. FOWI.ER, LEVI t. Mrs Mattie Fowler, the wife of the late LEVI L. FOWLER, wishes to extend sincere thanks to the neighbors and friends for their kindness during her husband's illness and for the kind expres sions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes. WIFK. · OratltH. ! ADDISON. JAMES SHIELEV. On Tuesday. June 28. 1932. JAMES SHIRLEY ADDISON, father of the late James Ε Addison of Jacksonville. Fla.. and brother of Mrs. Virginia Childs. Funeral frcm Frazier s funeral home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w . Friday. July 1. at 10 a m Friends invited. Interment Payne s Cemetery. ΒΟΚΓΜ. JOHN. Departed this life sudden- ι lv. Wednesdav. June 29. 1932. at the Dis tiict Jail. JOHN BORUM. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife and mother. Remains resting at 82* Hughes court n.w. Funeral services at the above address Friday. July 1. at 11 a m Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. BOYD. ROBERT J. On Wednesday. June 29. ι 1932. at his residence. 1360 Parkwood p! η v.. ROBERT J BOYD, beloved husband of Hattle Daniels Boyd and father of 1 Ralph D. and J. Reslnald Boyd. Remains resting at the 8 H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Funeral services at Gunton Temple Memorial Church. Friday, July 1. at 2:20 p.m. Interment Glcnwood Cemetery. 30 BROWN. HAROLD Departed this life Mon day. June 27. 193?. at Providence Hospital. HAROLD BROWN, loving son of Irene and Charles Brown, rnd brother of Carroil and James Brown. He also leaves to mourn their loss a grandmother, three aunts, cne uncle and a host of other rel atives and friends. Remains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral parlors until Thurs day. June 30. at 4 p.m.. thence to his late residence. 211 Eye st. i.e. Funeral Friday. July 1. at 1 p.m.. from the residence Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 30 BROWN. WILLIAM. Departed thU life Wed ϋΞ?ΐίβ_-' · vteïTB Αο, i7d«, ο _ ... lf^<Vndi'h^-h'rCthtf 01 Mrs· Roseie^Man jîy "§?, b")ther-in-law of George W. Man i„,L. ,8 " 5 w He has a mother. R.mîtV,. L intl brother in Philadelphia. ?m Mnrt".. β at J*2ifer flm,:ai Parlor. Philadelphia "W' ^neral "U1 V° CLJRKS,FR· "ZZIE KERWAV On Thurs Primriïî6 ? '®32- at her residence. 110 KERWAN h'l Jvy..cbase· Md · lizzie cJSIi^A ' gloved wife of Rev. George M liirrJtn. /^ervl,CM at Mausoleum Chapel. a?;?.îL Cemetery. Baltimore, Md., oh Saturday. July 2. at 2 p.m. 1 i C*8 Wi9?>RIJ't ft?* J,M °n Tuesday. June -β. is#3J, at the residence of her riaii<*ht»r an<l son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs J L Dick PfÎSrl U T V" n VM" AMY J. CRAW I 5' I1®™·'115 at Frazier s funeral home. h,?„R. ' «îVe ".·*= uPti! 9 D m mdav. • ι J- . r^neral Sunday. Julv 3. at 12 I LC^kRockmv.NfW HPDt BaDtllt ChurJh· I CwïïlNtiHAM·, ,E*OME CALVIN. On 19,2 at Freedmen s ΗΛΜ îl; CALVIN CUNNING ™. V.. ,1ον'η* son Of James and The ί. ί Cunningham, brother of Isabelle V iWbinson. He also leaves other relatives and friends to mourn his departure. Re mains resting at the John T. Rhlnes fu neral chape. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice I or luneral later. ' "S!;1" WILLIAM HARVEY. JR. On ϊΐί^.».ν· αΑ2ηΛ.30· 1932· at children's Hospital. WILLIAM HARVEY DONNELI Jr.. aged β years, beloved son of William Η and Dorothea C. Donnell of 2834 27th If. n e Remains resting at the W W Chambers Co funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. «ÏS» 8. On Tuesday. June 28. 1932. at her residence. 710 A st. -i.e after a lingering Illness. IRENE 8 . beloved wife of George W. Fritch. Funeral services at ner late residence on Friday. Julv 1. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited to at tend. Interment Oak Hill Ceme'ery. GRANDISON. IDA. Departed this life Tues day. June 28, 1932. IDA GRANDISON. She leaves to mourn their loss a husband, one son. mother, one uncle and three aunts. Remains resting at R. C Rich Hi. îî»,Co' 'uneral chapel. 1700 Vermont «t w ,nd be »een aft« 7 D m SL?.*'-*?}· residence. 46 F st. n.w. Fu ?££i Prl,jBy· Juiy '· at 1 Dm., from the above residence. Rev Smsllwood officiating Interment Payne s Cemetery. ^ ,tiA,'JES τ· Wednesday. CHART F« T lAÎJÎf»oOC'S''Ve!t H0,el Ma; CHARLES T. HENDLER. ege 71 years. Re mains resting at Hysong s parlors. 1300 Ν &t. n.w Funeral services at Hysong's fu *ΛΡ'ιή 1300 NJ1· n w · on Saturday. raafainson FYÎda y,^July***!."betwVeη thl ' iWtUaî'&^y. ta,ereK:t Ar"l« »<>«">·, *-'LIS. On Tuesday. June 2.1. 1932. at his residence. «15 South Alfred st. ™«Μηΐ Ι'Λ.ι, Û,Xl? HOLLIN. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines Co. funeral Vame'im^Î K%nlh Pa;'ic< st- Alexandria. Va., until 5:30 p.m. Thursday. June 30 fis ££ tiTri1<î?yV,"ly ' , at 1 30 Dm. irom 415 South Alfred st.. Alexandria, Va In terment Douglass Cemetery. HATTIE A. Departed this life nf h»r%i.5?e w 19i2 at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Miller. Gray ânw A«i'ngit0n· V" ' HATTIE A JACK tVn i-hπί,„ leaves to mourn her departure 5ί ,Λεη·, Isaac. Henry, Louis. Morris f-.rcîÎÎÎ wm*ck\on· Mrs Eva Robinson. £f. Ιίί2*L"cr Powell. Bertha Ly a"d Catherine Brown. She also leaves .«enty grandchildren and fourteen great ι«£ϋ ΐ ΐΐ1}· Remains resting at the John Τ Rhines funeral home. 221 North ?ηΐ» ϊ*ΛΪ·· Alex»1<ir:a. Va . until Friday. July 1. thence to her late residence. Gray ÎTe · Arlington. Va. Funeral from Mount Zion Baptist Church. Arlington. Va . Sat urday, July 2. at 2 p.m. 1 JACKSON. DR. WILTON. Suddenly, at ruc.~on. Ariz., on Tuesday. June 28 Dr. WILTON JACKSON Notice o7 ariÎ ï?'„remains later. Remains will be at Frazier s luneral home. 389 R I ave n.w. · 30 JOHNSON, CHARLES. On Tuesday I ne »?,'h î932· CHARLES devoted son of V. ι i s Â?fr.H"CynH ?·,0η· Sr0t,htr Cf Mary Jones. Alfred and Conrad Johnson. He ηΐ*ο frS™S,KnVaJ?t Uneral Sunda-. July 3 ÏÏÎ? if1" W· ΚΓη«5' J»rvls funeral chu'ch. timeteTy D W' lnterment Mount Zion LEWIS, ED WARD. Departed this life Tues day. June 28. 1#32. EDWARD LEWIS He lw0V"gi,rl,mMrr'.1. SeîT?' ^dU*Wil'liÎmlnlTT L,wl5· Frederick daughter-in-law. Lottie ilwtg "antf'hVsU <JoX lyte îjwlît .Τ"""*1 «in MÎmon«fcemit3ery m· Inttrm"1 ^ MARSHALL, COLLINS. M. D. On Wedn#· day. June 20. 1MÎ, hie 'residence d?5n «ΗηΛητΥ Τn w ·, COLLINS MAK SHALL, M. D. Funeral servie*»* at w** 5g»'·. p:rlo5rsô L,0° ?>"■n w ·on ^id«· July 1, at 3 p.m. Interment at Carlisle. ^JEho£, ?fnher'brother' ^ SALLYK1 A3 MULLKN."· «^mond.Va. jiiyVei"5te 4Sv.*et Βϊρ''«' Churcti Fi'iday, mond, Vi * 30 Pm· Int(rment at R;*h sSfS? a™ ieriiStSi. σβΓ»«*· «·"«· ot tun*x$ UfaîiîB. 'RICE. i.YDIA 1 On Mondas Jun» Π. 1932. LTDIA J. «idow of Bradley C. Price and mother of Bradley C. Price. if oi Fort Worth. T-x. Funeral from 'he W. W. Chambers Co funeral home. 1400 Chapln st. n.w., on Thursday, June 30. at 3 ρ m. Interment Bethel Cemetery, Alexandria. Va. 30 SMITH. MAID On Tue<Gay June 18. 1932. at Freedmen s Hospital. MAUD, the be loved wife of Robert Smith and devoted mother of Alphonso Clarence Ε lenora and Maud Smith Remains resting at Lomax's chapel until Thursday at 2 ρ m thereafter at he· late rrMd'nce. 1915 lath st. n.w. Funeral Frlc'ay. July 1. at 1 30 p.m.. from Lomaxs chapel 1400 S at. η w Friends Invited. Interment Payne'» Cemetery. JO rHOMPSON. ARTHl R. Departed this life, ufter a brief Illness. Tuesdav. J'.ine 2*. 1932. at Waiter Reed Hospital. ARTHUR ΓΗ0ΜΡ80Ν husband ot Annie Thompson, loving brother of Annie McDonald. Ru dolph and Charles Thompeor. devoted friend of Florence White He leaves to mourn their loss 10 nieces and It nephews and a host of other relatives and friends Remains restinK at Barbour Bros funeral home. 43 Κ st. η e., until ι ρ m. Thursday. June 30. thereafter at his late rcidcnce. 324 Aliens court s v. Funeral Friday. July 1, at 1 ρ η from the above residence Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 30 TOWLE. MARY G. On Wednesday. June 29. 1932. at Yonkers. N. Y . MARY G TOWLE. beloved aunt of Miirtarrt Towle Lice and Kathryn Towle Howell Funeral from the parlors of James T. Ryan. 317 Pennsyl vania ave. se, on Saturday. July 2. at 8-30 a m : thence to St Matthew s Church, where mass will be said at 9 » m Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 1 k'ERMILLION. CHARLES F. Suddenly on Wednesday. June 29. 1932 at 11 30 a m . In Georgetown University Hospital. CHARLES E. VERMILLION beloved hus band of the late Fannie Vermillion and beloved father of Joseph. Charles and Wesly Vermillion. Fnneial Saturday. July 2. at 2 p.m.. from the residence of his son. Wesly Vermillion. 11 Buena Vista ave. Cherrydxle. Va Relatnes and friends In vited. Interment Rock Creel; Cemetery. 1 IVARD. AMY I.. AND BETTY I. On Wed nesday June 29. 1932. at Children s Hos pital. AMY L and BETTY L. infant daughters of Joseph W. and Ora L Ward Funeral from the W W Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st n.w.. on Saturdav, July 2, it 11 a m Interment In Cedar Hill Cemetery 1 WHITNEY, JAMES. On Thursday. June 30. 1932. at Episcopal Eye. Eur and Throat Hospital, .tames WHITNEY. He leavts to mourn their loss a devoted wife Harri'tt Whitney- is father of Joseph Whitney: el'o two brothers. Remrins lest'r.T st the John T. Rhlr.rs funeral rhan»l. 3d and Eye sts. s.w Notice of funeral later. 1 IVIILIAMS. PKYI.ETS BFÎÎNICE. Departed this life on Wednerday. June 29, 193''. at ■ Shinties." on .South River. Md . PHYL LIS BERNICE WILLIAMS, beloved daugh ter of Julia F. aria Philip Β Williams. Funeial Sat'irdav. Julv 2. at 2 p.m . from her late residence. 913 S st. n.w. Friend» invited 1· WOODSON. JANIE. Departed thla life Thursday. June 30. 1932. at 4 30 a.m.. at Garfield Hospital. JANIE WOODSON, the daughter of Mildred Young and the late Peter Young. She also leaves to mourn their loss two sisters. Mildred Jackson and Blanch Brown: one brother. Guy Young, and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Eugene Ford'· funeral home. 1300 South Capitol it No tice of funeral later. 2 iroi'NG. MARY FRANCES. On Wednesday. June 29. 1932. at her residence. 1840 Mint wood place η w . MARY FRANCES, beloved wife of Charles Edward Young. Body resting at Joseph Gawler's Sons' chapel. 1754 Pa. ave. n.w. Services at St. Mar garet s Episcopal Church. Corn, ave and Bancroft place n.w.. on FridR!'. July 1. at II a.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. In fHmurtam DAVIS. ORA M. To the memory of our dear son and brother. ORA M. DAVIS, who de parted this life eight years ago today, June 30, 1924. Sunshine passes, shadows fall: Love, remembrance, outlast all: And though the yeais be many or few. Thev are filled with remembrance of you. MOTHER. MRS EMMA DAVIS SISTER. RUBY: BROTHERS, ELLSWORTH AND MALVIN. · EDWARDS, LLOYD. PRISCILLA AND RAN DOLPH. In lovine memory of our loved ones, father and grandfather. LLOYD EDWARDS, died June 21. 1905: mother and grandmother PRISCILLA EDWARDS, died June 30. 1923. and brother and uncle, RANDOLPH EDWARDS, riled Julv 25. 1915. THEIR DAUGHTER AND SISTER. FAN NIE LYNCH. AND GRANDDAUGHTER AND NIECE. IRENE HEBBRON. LEWIS. I.ANNIA. In loving memory of our devoted mother and grandmother. LAIf NIA LEWIS, who deported this life on· year ago todav. June 30 1931 Just a line of sweet remembrance. Just a memory, fond and true; Just a token of love's devotion Thet ou' hearts still long for you. BERTIE WILLIAMS. DAUGHTER. AND EDWARD WILLIAMS. GRANDSON. · THOMPSON. WASHINGTON GILES. A token of love and devotion to the sweet memorv of ou' dear husbend and father, WASHINGTON GILES THOMPSON. <vh« left us four years ago today, June 30. 1S2Ï. My heart still aches with sadness. My eyes shed many a tear. For God only knows how I miss you At the end of four saddened years. He fought life's battles bravely And patiently stood every test. a rvuvw ur- ia ,->ntci ι y iPflum, For he was one of God's best. Ris weaiy hours, his days of pain. His weary nights, are past. His ever-patient. worn-«ut frame Has found sweet rest at last. With his Savior he la waiting In the upper garden fair. He is watching for our coming And there will be no parting there. HIS LOVING WIFE Four years hare passed and still we ml· him. Friends may think the wound Is healed· B'.it they little know the sorrow That lies within our hearts concealed. Sleep on. dear father, thy labor is o'er. Thy willing hands shall toil no more. Λ faithful father, both loving and kind; A better father we could not find. HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN. · FINERAL DIRECTORS. Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) 3034 M St Ν W Phone w'« «os·. JU-)t ivt. Οί. IN.W. Established LAV GAWLER CO. * Funeral Director» * LEONARD M. GAWLEK 1S44 M St. NW. Pet. 4170. 4171. W. W. DEAL fc CO· 818 H ST Ν Β LINCOLN 8300 GEO. W. WISE CO. (W. F. TAYLOR) ttOO M ST. Ν.ΛΤ. west mm V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successors to nor contacted nth the original W. R. Speare establisb nmt. 1009 Η St N.W. Phone National 2892 luw* " 0··· "·τ"· Foimrrlr SI0 F S« N.I Established 1(78 JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1X37 10th St N.W. Phone North H(1 ALFRED Β GAWI.ER WALTER A. GAWLER WILLIAM A. GAWLBB JOSEPH Gawler SONS Established 185· Chaprl Cremations Lady attrndaot 1750-2-4 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. Phones: NAtional 5512-5511 NO BRANCH OFFICE WILLIAM H. SCOTT 409 «t h ST. S Κ LINCOLN 0530 J. WILLIAM LEE'S SONS, FIXERAI. DIRECTORS CREMATORIUM 31 PA AVE Ν W NATIONAL 13««. ill». Frank Geier's Sons Co. 113 SEVENTH ST Ν w National 247Î lodern Chapel. Telephone I>*ailonai Ο Aims R. Speare lueefedin* the Original If. R. Spearr C·. ('onptcticit__**·· Decatur C542 CHAS. S. ZURHORST SOI EAST CAPITOL ST. Phono Lincoln 83ït. I IMRAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEM· AT IODERATE PRICES PHONF. NAT. SIM Open Evening* tAfh Rr F VI» _and Sunday» >**U1 06 *-·/C Su de Bros. Co., 1212 F St. Prraiit Ant· Dellyery Serylee. Artistic—egpresalve—inexpensive MONUMENTS. THE LARGEST SELECTION IN D. C. MONUMENTS and STATUARY Do not bas· the selection ot the family îonument on photographs shown by Dea lers or agents, as you may be deceived ieduced prices for 30 days JAS. R. ΟΓΒΙΤΤ ■lartenaburc Kd. Oap Sear»-Roet)ue> CEMETERIES. Glenwood Cemetery Choice Lola end Sitet Fcr So/· ENDOWMENT FUND EjfëUf^ DEAL Aims to put QUALITY above price Consider This Fact yiSIT our elaborate show rooms before you make anv decision. At a glance you will Immediately se« why we bave been so successful. W. W. DEAL ORIGINATED (In Washington, 1309) A Complete Funeral '75 and includes A very fine casket, grey, white or black, plate engraved with name. No. 1 outside pine case, embalming by competent men, washing, dressing and shaving If necessary, advertising of notices, hearse, two Cadillac limousines, rugs, chairs, scarf for the door, removing from hoepital or home and all necessary services that are so well known at the DEAL FUNERAL HOME. NO EXTRAS. In our show rooms you will find complete funeral services much low er than our original $75 one—and from here our prices advance in easy stages up $1,000 or more. We *ave you money on any funeral DEAL FUNERAL HOME INC. Lin. 8200-8201 For Reference Aak Your Nrlrhbor S ο Washington did Κ now The Difference: ! aT GROSNER'S 1325 F Street Starts anew Friday We're very happy! For a while we thought that the world had lost its sense of balance. Men were falling for "Price" without paying the least hit of attention to what "price" bought. Grosner July Clearance prices are low ... very low ... especially when you consider the high quality of GROSNER merchandise. We pointed that out to the people of Washington. We told them there WAS a difference in merchandise ... and did they take what we said seri ously? If you were here the past few days, we don't have to tell you! * It's great to know that there are still a lot of people left who want a store to stick to its ideals. You can save a lot of money around here these days. Here's how things are repriced: From the $29.75 Suit, which you can now buy for $19.75, to the finest Suits Kuppenheimer makes, which are now down to $34.75 (they were $50 and $65) ... there is a saving on every suit in the house. Even down to $18.75 for fine Tropicals. Now take Furnishings . . . you re member those fine Shirts which you used to buy for $1.65—they're now $1.15. Our $1.50 l ies can be bought at 95c, while the $1 ones are 65c. $1 Hose are 65c, and we're only asking 65c for $1 and $1.50 Underwear. Need a new Straw? ... if so, get it now—or if you prefer a Panama— $7.50 and $10 ones are now $4.95 . . . AND THAT'S THE WAY IT GOES—ALL THRU THE STORE. ι DCA lot of folks are asking whether the 10 pay charge plan applies to Sale prices. Positively! GROSNER'S... No Cmfgmise With Quatuy... 1325 F STREET ■ CHAMBERS —claims to be the largest Undertakers in the city. In fact, one of the largest in the world. That is why we can do this— Complete Funeral '65 The Whole Funeral, Casket and All. We have 6 parlors, 3 chapels, branch offices, 14 hearses, cars and ambulances. We give you Free more than some whole funerals amount to. We are big and strong. Records show that we serve the largest volume of funerals in Washington. In Case of Death, Call The Greater Chambers Co. 14th, cor. Chapin St N.W. Col. 0432 & w. WARREN Τ ALT A VU LL Funeral Home 3619 14th St. N.W. Corner Spring Road j Col. 0464 Phones , AJams 10J41 JJtX3C*XX*V*VVVV\*%V*VVV***VVVVV*VVVVVVVVV\%VVV\VVW £ ESTABLISHED 1900 I ï$m. %). ê>arbo & Company Î FUNERAL DIRECTORS I _ ξ Service that is Distinctive BUT NOT EXPENSIVE Œtje jFuneral Cfjaptl I < MINIMUM $ COM PLETE FUNER ΑΙ .. φ / Ο g \ SERVICE is our SUCCESS ! Lincoln 0524-9244 4 12 Η STREET N.E.