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BACK TERRAPIN 1107 Connecticut Avtnut_ (Congressional QiU ington's ffifisioric I (Cemetery Single Sites—Family Plots Office 1801 E St. S.E. ENGINEER TO SPEAK George L. Weller to Address G. W. U. Student Group. George L. Weller, engineer with the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., will address the student council of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers of George Washington Uni versity in Corcoran Hall Wednesday at 8 p.m. A demonstration of the teletype writer's working will be given over a Washington-Richmond hook-up. C. Armlstead Mot* is in charge of arrangements for the meeting, which will be attended by students from Johns Hopkins in Baltimore and Cath olic University here. BsararasssMOi®! “ANY FAMILY CAN AFFORD RYAN SERVICE*' A Carefully Trained and | r Courteous Organization 4ft at your command when you use Ryan Service. Every individual in our employ has been IT I thoroughly trained in this profession. That is why Ryan service is able to provide comfort and solace to the bereaved in a courteous and understanding manner. Remember to call Ryan service. |rj i Ryan Ambulance Service ^ Local Calls, $4 Va»VVVVVVVVVVVS«VVVVVVVVVVVVS<VVVVV^«^^^AA irni James T. Ryan jf Funeral Director 317 Pa. Ave. S.E. ATlantic 1700-1701 I EISEMAN'S I SEVENTH AND F I 1 iil !j YOUNG MEN'S ALL-WOOL jji 1 EASTER SUITS I " $2475 ! Nothing Down—Just Pay $8.25 IN MAY || $8.25 IN JUNE I $8.25 IN JULY jj Pure All-wool Suits Tailored and finished with || details that will win any value seeker. New fancy j| backs and for m-fitting styles in the smartest new shades. Single and double breasted suits for men and young men. Buy your — Easter suit now. i DUSE ASSAILS 7NEWDEAL BILLS Liberty League President Includes Work Relief and Economic Security. By the Associated Press. NEW YORK. March 30—Jouett Shouse, preseldent of the American Liberty League, assailed seven admin istration bills pending in Congress today as measures a nation “prostrate on its back for four years” cannot “digest without destroying it." Shouse asserted agreement with the administration’s recovery objectives, but said that the administration also is insisting upon reform and investi gation. “I3 there any man in this room who, if hla wife had been desperately ill of pneumonia and was just getting well, who had Just thrown off a tem perature and just begun to regain her strength, would come to that wife and tell her all of the misdeeds of the children during the period of her Illness?" Shouse asked. Raps Relief Bill. The address, delivered at a lunch eon of the American Liberty League Club of New York in the Empire State Building, was broadcast over a national network. Shouse criticized features of the *4, 880,000,000 work relief, economic secur ity, utility holding company, banking, agricultural adjustment amendment, N. R. A. and Wagner labor bills, though he said he sympathized with the purposes of most of them. The work-relief measure, he said, “in the opportunity it places in the hands of a man who is a candidate now for re-election as President, is adverse to the best interests of the masses of the American people, and lends Itself. If abused, to the overt use of Federal funds to control polit ical destinies. See* Investments Affected. The utility holding company bill, he declared, “will wipe out Inconti nently every holding company, every utility holding company In America, and the net effect will be necessary to destroy the Investments mounting into hundreds of millions, even bil lions of dollars." He declared the proposed banking law would place the banking structure In "political hands,” and asserted A. A A. amendments sought to regulate all corporations and Individuals deal ing In food stuffs. 1,400 WILL ATTEND RED CROSS SESSION Chairman Grayson to Greet Dele gates and Many Speakers Are Listed. By the Associated Press. Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayson, re cently appointed national chairman of the American Red Cross, will greet more than 1,400 delegates expected for the annual Red Cross convention to be held here April 8-11. Speakers on the first day's pro gram for the senior convention will be Miss Llnnea Anderson, Tacoma, Wash., high school pupil, representing the junior organization; Dr. Edward C. Elliott, president of Purdue Uni versity, Lafayette, Ind.; James L. Fieser, vice chairman of the Red Cross, and Donald R. Rlchberg, execu tive director of the National Emer gency Council. Right Rev. James E. Freeman, Bishop of Washington, will conduct a memorial service for the late John Barton Payne, former na tional chairman. MORE LAND PURCHASES FOR FORESTS APPROVED 280.619 Acres Acquisition Given O. K. of National Reservation Commission. By the Associated Press. The National Forest Reservation Commission yesterday approved pur chase of 280,619 acres of land at a cost fo $923,050. for addition to na tional forests in the Great Plains. North Central States. Eastern and Southern States. This action brought the total pur | chases for March to nearly 1.000.000 acres and purchases of the past 22 months to approximately 8.500.000 acres, and practically completed the acquisitions to Federal forests sched uled to be made from the $30,000, 000 allotment made by President Roosevelt. Yesterday's purchases included 5.196 acres in New England. 28,755 acres in the Appalachian Mountains, 93,384 acres in the Southern Pine region, 16.667 acres in the Ozark and Cen tral Mississippi region ' and 128.854 acres in the Lake States and Upper 1 Mississippi States region. I W. 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E. 1 |j Call Columbia 0432_Call Lincoln 4477 || i ^ _ . THE WEATHER District of Columbia—Rain and colder today and probably tomorrow; moderate northeast or east winds be coming north or northwest tomorrow. Maryland—Rain and colder today and probably tomorrow; except snow In extreme west portion tomorrow. Virginia—Rain and colder today and probably tomorrow; changing to light snow In extreme west portion tomorrow. West Virginia—Rain and colder to day and tonight; tomorrow rain, prob ably changing to light now, and colder. Report Until 10 P.M. Saturday. Midnight ...,54 12 noon.68 2 a.m. .......52 2 p.m.73 4 a.m.50 4 p.m.73 6 a.m. .......49 6 p.m. .......70 8 a.m..,..51 8 p.m. ........63 10 a.m.60 10 p.m.60 Record Until 10 P.M. Saturday. Highest, 73, 4 p.m. yesterday. Year ago, 60. Lowest, 49, 6 a.m. yesterday. Year ago, 33. Record Temperature This Year. Highest, 80, on March 21. lowest, —2, on January 28. Tide Tables. (Furnished by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today. Tomorrow. High . 5:01a.m. 5:58 a.m. Low ........ 11.52a .Hi. 12:18a .m. High . 5:35p.m. 6:31p.m. Low .. 12:50pm. The Sun and Moon. Rises. Sets. Sun, today. 5:57 6:30 Sun, tomorrow. 5:55 6:30 Moon, today ... 4:02a.m. 3:24p.m. Automobile l.'ghts must be turned on one-naif nour alter sunset. Precipitation. Monthly precipitation in inches in the Capital (current month to date): Month. 1935. Ave. Record. January _ 5.27 3.55 7.09 82 February ... 2.37 3.27 6.84 '84 March . 280 3.75 8.84 '91 April . 3.27 9.13 '89 May . 3.70 10.69 '89 June . 4.13 10.94 '00 July . 4.71 10.63 ’86 August . 4.01 14.41 *28 September. 3.24 17.45 *34 October . 2.84 8.57 '85 November. 237 8.69 '89 December. 3.32 7.56 ’01 Weather in Various Cities. Preelpt /-Tempersture-^ tation. Max. Min. 8 p.m. Sat Fri. Sat. to . . , urdajr night.8p m. 8p.r Asheville. N C . tit :ut St; non Atlanta. Ga. 78 50 04 n Its Atlantic City. N. J. tin 44 40 .... Baltimore. Md . . 72 48 on Birmingham. Ala . To 58 64 it so Bismarck N. Dak . 20 14 24 Boston, Mas*. 48 4t» 40 it (it Buffalo. N. Y. .to 28 :;o ii u8 Chicago 111. :m .14 .tit 0.02 Cincinnati. Ohio . . 02 52 50 11 02 Cheyenne. Wvo... 20 14 24 Cleveland. Ohio ... ::h 32 38 Davenport Iowa.. .0 30 3-1 34 .... Denver. Colo. 30 22 00 .... Des Moines. Iowa... 3*. 30 34 tt 04 Detroit. Mich. 42 30 30 11 ill Duluth. Minn. 32 14 28 El Paso. Tex. TO on 74 Galveston Tex,... 74 08 72 ti.us Helena. Mont. 28 4 20 0 02 Indianapolis. Ind... 02 44 54 .... Jacksonville Fla. . 82 011 74 ... Kansas City. Mo... 44 42 38 .... Little Bock Ark .. 70 54 08 0.88 Los Angeles Calif.. Oil 52 58 .... Louisville. Ky. 04 54 50. 0.22 Marauette. Mich. . .32 22 30' .... Memphis. Tenn. os 50 00 n.76 Miami. Fla. 82 70 70 .. . Minneapolis. Minn . 30 21 .32 0.36 Mobile. Ala. 76 00 72 ... New Orleans. La... 82 08 os 0.34 New York. N. Y . . 50 44 44 .... North Platte Nebr. 36 26 .32 .... Omaha Nebr. 42 30 36 .... Philadelphia. Pa... 64 46 52 . Phoenix. Arlz. 80 52 78 .... Pittsburgh Pa. 60 42 54 _ Portland. Me. 44 38 36 0 04 Portland. Oreg. 56 36 54 .... 8 Lake City. Utah. 52 42 48 _ St Louis. Mo. 02 52 48 0.18 San Antonio. Tex.. 82 02 78 0.30 San Diego. Calif_ 62 56 58 .... S. Francisco. Calif. 60 50 56 .... Santa Fe. N. Mex... 04 .34 00 .... Savannah Ga. 80 58 70 .... Seattle. Wash. 52 36 50 _ Springfield. Ill. 52 44 38 0.06 Tampa. Fla. 80 08 78 .... Vicksburg Miss... . 70 04 00 0.12 WA8HGTON. D. C. 73 48. 63 .... Many Women Missing. Forty thousand women and gills were "reported missing" in England in the last year. (ed&r Hill Wai/unqtmi modBeaut/jut ('emelery FOR REFERENCE ASK YOUR FUNERAL DIRECTOR WASHINGTON 1 MEMORIAL PARK 1 3 invites yea te visit the mett mod-S' Sere aerial estate within Parkinrft 3| and Planning Area. Beantlfnl. onl-JF S| fares. Inexpensive brenie tablets. i» StNs monuments. Drive paved BiersK 9 Bd. cross University Lane. Call Ss 9 Adams 6.1*0 far Information and B Si assistanceK I ! It’s Spring! Time to find a haven for your feet in a pair of theaa nationally known Comfort Shoes for home and street wear. Took Car to Wash It. FOND DU LAC, Wts. (*>> — W. Coe of Oshkosh found his travel-stained car was missing five minutes after he parked It at the curb. Ten minutes later he took a policeman to the spot. There, glistening In the sun, was the machine, freshly washed. A garageman had picked up the wrong one. (Barba of ftbanka DEAN. MARY M. We wish to express our appreciation to relatives and frtenda tor their lovely floral tributes and sym pathy extended at the death ot our mother. MARY M. DEAN. CHILDREN. MRS MAROARET NISE WANDER. JOHN A STROTHER. DANIEL J. STROTHER. * FRIES. DORIS M. We with to thank our many kind friends (or their lovely floral tributes and kindness to us during the recent loss ot ray wife and our mother. DORIS M. FRIES JOSEPH C. FRIES AND CHILDREN. • JOHNSON. LAURA V. I wish to thsnk my many friends for their comforting ex pressions of sympathy and lovely floral tributrs. which will always be remem bered with deep gratitude. RACHEL TURNER. SISTER. THOMAS. MAMIE. I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to my many relatives and friends for their kind thor.ehts. sympathy expressed and beautiful floral tributes received at the death of my dear wife MAMIE THOMA8. MANNIE THOMAS. • Dratlja. BOXI.EY. EARL. Departed this life Satur day March 30. ltiil.Y at Oallinxer Hos pital. EARL BOXLEY. husband of Mary Boxley. son of Joseph Boxley and brother of Dorothy Day. Remains rest ine at Eugene Ford's funeral home. 1300 South Capitol st. Notice of fu neral later. BRIGGS. JOSEPH. On Wednesday. March :!7. 1035. at the residence of his sister. 7(18 Columbia rd n.w.. JOSEPH, the de voted husband of Clara Briaas. brother of Champ Briags Lillian Smo'hert Cora Netll and Alice Dyson Remains resting at the W, Finest Jarvis funeral church. 143*1 You st. n.w. until 4 p.m. Sunday; thereafter at his late residence 788 Columbia rd. n w. Funeral Monday. April 1. at 1 p.m from St. Matthew’s Baptist Church. New Jersey ave. be tween L and M sts. s.e. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. 31 BRINKMAN. THOMAS H. On Friday. March ’i!1. 1035. at Emergency Hospital. THOMAS H. BRINKMAN of 1817 Kearney st. n e.. beloved husband of Minnie M. Brinkman and father of Kaipn v. Brinkman and Mrs Helen B. Williamson Services at the 8 H. Hines Co. funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Monday. April 1. at 12:30 p m. In terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 31 BRISTOW. EDWARD W. On Saturday. March 30. 1035. at Sibley Hospital. EDWARD w. BRISTOW, husband of Emma Bristow and son of Joseph L. Bristow of Annandale. Va, Funeral from the residence of his father. Annan dale. Va.. on Tuesday. April 2. at 2 p.m. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. 1 BROOKS. ANNIE JANE Departed this life Friday. March 29. 1935. ANNIE JANE BROOKS of 18.30 Capitol ave. n e She leaves to mourn their loss four children William. Carliene. Ed ward and Clayton Brooks; a mother. Mrs Mary Cavlness; one alster. three brothers and-a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Malvan A- Schey funeral home. N. J. ave. and R st. n.w. Funeral Monday April 1. at 8 p.m.. from Bethesda Bap tist Church. Capitol ave. and Kendall st. nr.. Rev. Williams officiating. In terment Glendon. N. C. 1 BROWN'. MARY E. Departed this life Thursday, March 28. 1935 ai Gallinger Hospital. MARY E BROWN, wife of Walter Brown, mother of Louis and Joseph Bolden, sister of Rebecca Clark. She also leaves to mourn their loss a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Ford's funeral home, l-'too South Capitol st.. until 4 n.m. Sunday. March .31; thence to her late residence. 3tio Mainland ave. s.w.. where tuneral services will be held Monday. April 1. at 2 p.m Rev. Whiting offi ciating. Interment Woodlawu Ceme tery. B( RKF. MARY F. Fassed into the great beyond, alter a brief illness, on Thurs day March 28. 1935. at 2:50 p.m.. at 332 Seaton pi. ne MARY F. BURKE, the beloved wife of Ignatius Burke She leaves to mourn their loss a lalthful daughter Mrs. Josephine Ward of Ar lington Va. a loving granddaughter. Mrs. Josephine Brown: three nieces, two nephews of Richmond. Va : two sons-in-law. Charles Ward and Edward Brown, and other relatives and friends. Remains may be viewed after 4 pm. Saturday at the W. Ernest Jarvis fu : nerai church. 1432 U st. n.w. (Family at the above residence.) Funeral Sun day March 31. at 1 D.m. from St. Mary a Episcopal Church. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 31 BUTLER. WILLIAM H. Departed from his family on Thursday. March 28, 1935. at 11:30 p.m . WILLIAM H BUT LER leaving behind three sisters. Eliz abeth Young. Augustia Johnson and Ruth Pratt: two brothers. Jerry Butler and Walter Butler, and quite a few othei relatives ana friends. Remains resting at Bentley A Malloys funeral home. 12th st. and Florida ave. n.w. Funeral will take place from Holy Redeemer Church Monday. April 1. at 9 a m. 31* CAESAR. JOHN A. On Saturday. March 30. 1935. at Georgetown University Hospital. JOHN A . beloved son of the late Henry and Johana Caesar. Funeral from his late residence. 1523 .34th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 2. at 8:30 a m.: thence to the Holy Trinity Church, where mass will be said at 9 a m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery. 1 CAVANAUGH. MARGARET On Saturday March 30 19.35. at 5 pm. at her resi dence. 29.35 Upton st. n.w . MARGARET CAVANAUGH, beloved sister of the late Mary Ann and Katherine Cavanaugh. Funeral from the James T Ryan funerai home. .317 Pa. ave. s.e.. on Monday. April 1. at 8:30 am.: thence to St. Patrick's Church, loth and G sts. n.w.. where high requiem mass will be offered at 9 a m. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. CAVANAUGH. MARGARET. The mem bers of the Third Order of St. Francis are re quested to assemble at James T. Ryan's funeral parlors. 317 Pa. ave. s.e.. Sunday. March .31. 1935. at 8 p.m.. for the purpose of reciting the Rosary for the repose of the soul of our late sister. MAR GARET Cavanaugh. Signed by ROSE JUENEMANN. Prefect. COBB. CAS1LEA*. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at Norwalk. Conn,. CASILEAR COBB, son of the late George B. and Marla C. Cobb Funeral services and Interment at Oak Hill Cemetery. • FOUND. FOR LOST OR WANTED ANIMALS, anply Animal Rescue League 71 O at n.w Phone North o7.'lQ _LOST. __ Lost and Found advertisements for the daily Star Kill be accepted Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, up to noon day o) issue. Saturdays and legal holidays up to 10 a.m. day ot issue. For the Sunday Star up to 11 p.m. Saturday._ BOOK, biown. weekly time, with postal savlnaa check. Reward for return. 1010 4th at. n.w.. Charles Jones._ CAT. large gray with white feet, disap peared Wednesday from McKinley at. Phone Cleveland 0473._• CHANGE PURSE' small, black, silk, con taining key. Keep money as reward, re turn purse and contents. Phone Emerson 7355.__ COLLIE DOG. sable and white male: last seen vicinity 0800 block 2nd ave.. Wood side. Md.. about 4:30 March 22: reward. 8801 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. Md. Shepherd 2050.__ DIAMOND RING, on F st. n.w.. "on Wed.. March 27: probably placed In rina tray in Woolworth's 6 A 10c store. 12th and F; sentimental value and very liberal reward. National 0820._2» DINNER RING. 13 larae diamonds. 4 sap phires. white gold. Reward. Reply to Mrs. George V. Klssal. 1011 K st. n.w. Pho ic District 0802. • DOG—Wire-haired terrier, male black saddle coat slightly gray: white legs and white ring around neck: lost Monday. 1 o'clock, in Takoma Park. Reward. Shep herd .2514._ _ KEY CONTAINER, tan. with keys. Re ward. Cora N. Ballou. 3022 44th ol. n w. • NOTE BOOK, black leather, typewritten notgs. Friday. 6 p.m.. on Georgia ave car. Reward if returned to BOB Farragut st. n.t. • PIGSKINWALLHT with papers of no value except to owner. Reward if re turned to L. B. Schutte. 140B 21st st. n.w. • POCKETBOOK. brown, at Woodward A Lothrop's; contents valuable only to own er. Reward. Metropolitan 2161. Apt. 3^10. POCKETBOOK. containing Important pa pers. lost Union Station. Post Office. Lib eral reward. P. O. Box 369. city. ♦_ ROUND PIN, marcasite. black enamel In itials "R. E. P..” Washington Hotel or en route Union Station March 26. Reward. Return Ruth Pepperburg. Breakers Hotel. Atlantic City. N. J._• PURSE, lady's, brown, containing personal belongings. Reward offered. Finder call West 0780._Call between 2 _and_4_p.m RING, yellow cold. 3 diamonds. 2 rubles. Saturday morning on street or bus be tween 706 20th st. and Commerce Bldg. Reward. Call Distrttt 2300. Mrs. WlllaM. SHOE, rlaht. Thursday on 7th st. n.w. Reward. Mr. Simpson. 620 Gresham pi. n.w. Dlst. 0350. br. 22«3._Mondny. •_ SORORITY PIN—Alpha Omlcron Pi: circle of pearls: marked on back "D. Brown. Delta. ’ Reward If returned to 1526 K st. n.w._Phone National 4273.__ TOY POX TERRIER, black and wbite. wearing harness: lost near 18th and Col. rd. Reward _Adams 10033._* WRIST WATCH, lady*!. arnaU. white-gold Elgin, in Bethesda. Md. Reward. Phone Wisconsin 4781-J. WRIST WATCH, lady’s, white gold, con taining 2 diamonds; in Chevy Chase on Friday between Ingomar st. and the Ava lon Theater. Reward. Cleveland 1380, ward. Teleohona ffUsu 4031. « Sratljs. i COLEMAN. KI TH WAI.KEK. Departed this life Wcdnerday. March 27. 111.15. at her residence, loo Virginia ave. s.w.. RUTH WALKER COLEMAN, belored d> ugnter* of the* late Viola Richards Remains resting at Campbell's (uneral home. 423 4th st. s.w , until Sunday noon. March 31: thence to the above ad dress where (uncial services will be held Monday. April 1. at 2 p.m Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 31 CONNOR. CATHERINE. On Saturday. March 30. 1035, at her residence. HIM nth st. n.e.. CATHERINE, beloved wlte of John F Connor inee McCarthyt and mother ol Bernard Connor. Edward Connor. Helen Connor. Mrs. Joseph Her bert. Mrs. Nellie McCleary. Mrs Mabel Oerardi. Mrs. Ethel Auausterfer and Mrs. Margaret Cox. Funeral from her late residence on Tuesday April 2. at 8:30 a,m,; thence to St. Joseph's Church. 2nd and C sts n.e . where mass will be offered at it am Relatives and friends invited. 1 COOK. CHARLES. On Saturday. March 30. 1935. CHARLES COOK, beloved brother of Mary Parker. George Cook. Eva Ltssery and Hosea Cook. Hr also leaves a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the W Ernest Jarvis funeral church 1432 You st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. DAVIDSON, CHESTER A. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at 11:45 p.m., at his reaidence 1522 Corcoran it. n.w.. CHESTER A. DAVIDSON, beloved hus band of Laura F. Davidson. He is also survived by three sisters-in-law. Marie Jetton. Louise M»redith and Rosetta Hall; a brother-in-law. Perry 8 Hall, and many other relatives and friends. Alter ti p.m. Sunday remains will rest at his late residence where luneral services will be held Tuesday. April 2. at 11 a m. Interment, Middleburg. Va 1" DF GRUMMOND. AUGUSTUS. Suddenly, on Friday. March 29. 1935. at his resi dence. 932 Gram pi. n.w . AUGUSTUS DE GRUMMOND. beloved father ot Mar garet De Grummond Remains resting at the 8 H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Services at the above funeral home. Monday. April I. at to am. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 31 DIFSTE. WILLIAM PAUL. Suddenly, on Saturday. March 30. 1935. at Sibley Hospital. WILLIAM PAUL DIESTE. be loved husband of Iva M. Dieste (nee Bremermani. father of William Carl Dieste. son of the late Frederick W and Elizabeth Dieste and brother of Louis P. and Edwin F. Dieste Funeral from his late residence 807 Somerset pi n.w.. on Tuesday. April 2. at 2 p.m Relatives and friends invited. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. 1 DREXILIUS. CHARLES. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at his residence. 412 Manor place n.w.. CHARLES, the beloved hus band ol Minnie Drexilius and father of Charles R Drexilius and Mrs. Effle Gabel, a charter member of Mount Pleasant Lodge, No 3-2. F. A A M Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. Funeral services in Fourth Presbyterian Church. 13th and Fairmont sts. n.w.. on Monday. Am 11 1. at 2 n m Relatives and friends are invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery- 31 DREXILIl'H. CHARLES. A special com munication of Mount Pleasant Lodge. No. 33. F. A. A M. is hereby called for Monday. April 1. 1935. at 1:3n p.m.. for the purpose of conducting Masonic services at the funeral of our late brother CHARLES DREXILIUS LEONARD F RUOFF Master. SAMUEL W. McINTOSH. Secretary. DWYER. WILLIAM M. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at his residence. Berwyn Md.. WILLIAM M. < BUCK • DWYER beloved husbano of Wilhilmtna L Dwyer 'r.ee Knoblocki. Funeral from his late resi dence on Monday. April 1. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 31 DWYER. WILLIAM M. There will be a special communication of Mount Her mon Lodge. No. 1T9. A F & A M.. at 1 p.m. Monday. April 1. 1935. in order to attend the funeral of our late brother WILLIAM M DWYER FRANK K HALLEY. W. M. F A LE LACHEUR. Secretary. ! ELI IS. MARIE C. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at Garfield Hospital. MARIE C. ELLIS She leaves to mourn their loss I a son. Dr. John C. Ellis of Decatur. 111.: a brother. William D Ellis of New York City: a granddaughter. Della Marie Ellis, and a dauehter-in-law Henrietta I Story Ellis of Wilmington. N C. Fu neral from her late residence. 1593 I Swann s', n.w.: thence to Florida Ave nue Baptist Church, where service' will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday. March 31. Relatives and friends invited. • FIORAVANTI. MARY AMBROGI. On Fri j day. March 29. 1935. at her residence. Ills Shepherd st. n.w.. MARY FIORA VANTI i nee Ambrogi i. devoted wife of Qunlno Fioravanti and sister of Sebas tian Ambrogi and Mrs. Rose Sari. Re mains resting at her late home Fu neral from the above residence Monday. April 1. at 8:30 a m.: thence to Sacred Heart Church, where requiem mass will be offered at 9 a m for the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends Invited, i Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. 31 ; HACKLEY. LUCY. Entered peacefully Into rest Wednesday. March 27. 1935. »t her residence. 450 1st st. s.w.. LUCY HACKLEY She leaves to mourn their loss one daughter. Mrs. Edith Johnson Henson: one son. Clarence Hackley. six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at the Morris A. Carter funeral home. 2nd and F sts. s.w.. until Sunday March 31: thence to the above address, where funeral services will be held Monday. April 1. at 1 p.m.. Rev D H Whiting officiating. Inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery, i HAMILTON. MARY CATHERINE. On I Saturday. March 30. 1935. at her resi dence. 5410 Conduit rd. n.w.. MARY I CATHERINE HAMILTON, beloved wife of Beniamin F. Hamilton and daughter of George WT. and the late Mary E Keene inee Higgins i. Funeral from her late residence on Tuesday. April 2. at 9:30 a m.: thence to Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, where requiem mass will be said at in a m for the repose of her soul. Interment Glen I wood Cemetery. • HAMILTON. WILLIAM (BILLY) H. De paited this life Friday morning. March 29. 19.25. at his residence. 1007 Md. ave. s.w.. WILLIAM i BILLY l H HAMILTON, the beloved husband of Eliza Hamilton, father of Mrs. Mary Raines and Mi's Louise Hamilton and stepfather of Rob ert Harvey He also leaves three grand children. Remains at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. Funeral Sunday. March 31 at 1 pm. irom st. Pauls Church 8th st. between E and D sts. s.w. Interment at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 31 HANTZMOX. MARY EFFIE. On Thurs day. March 28. 1935. at 9:45 p.m.. at her residence. 312 Md ave. n.e.. MARY EFFIE beloved wile ol Edward S. Hantz mon. Funeral from her late residence on Monday. April 1. at 10:30 a m. In terment Bethel Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. 31 HARPER. GEORGE. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at his residence. 114 V st. n.w.. GEOROE HARPER devoted husband of Lucy Harper and loving father of Eliza beth Pillory. Susis Gaskins and Daisy Harper. He also leaves two sisters Re mains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 14:12 You st. n.w.. until * P.m. Sunday: thereafter at his late residence. Funeral Monday. April 1. at 1:30 p.m.. irom the above residence. Interment Harmony Cemetery. HEXKEI.. PHILIP F. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at his residence. 2121 3rd st. n.e. PHILIP F. beloved husband of Mary J. Henkel and father of Albert Henkel and Alma M. Reid. Funeral Irom his late residence on Monday. April 3. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Martin's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 31 HINES. KATIE MAY. On Saturday. March 30. 1935 KATIE MAY HINES. Wife of Paul A. Hines. Funeral from her late residence. 525 Buchanan st. n.w.. on Tuesday. Apiil 2. at 8:45 a.m Reauiem mass at St. Gabriel's Church at 9:15 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. 1 HI SKINS. SARAH F. On Thursday. March 28. 1935. at the residence of her daughter. 133 P st. n.w.. SARAH F HUSKINS. Surviving her are two daughters. Mrs. Mary J. Matthews. Pittsburgh. Pa.; Mrs. Sarah S. Daniels, and one son. C M. Huskins. Washing ton. D. C.: two sons-in-law. William S. Daniels and John W. Matthews; one granddaughter. Frances C. White; one brother of Rome. Italy: two sisters. Mrs. Minnie Page and Mrs Susie Lewis, both of Charleston W Va.: three nieces. Mrs. Ivy Webb, Mrs. Margaret Davis. Charleston. W. Va.: Mrs. Sadie Long. Detroit. Mich.: one neohew. Rev. John Woods. Martinsburg. W. Va.. and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Frazier's funeral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w. -Funeral Sunday. March 31. at 1:15 p m . from Asbury M. E. Church. 11th and K sts. n.w.. Rev. Williams officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 31 JACKSON. ELIZABETH ANN. On Thurs day. March 28. 1935. at 8:35 p.m at the home of her son. Arthur Jack son. Aldie. Va.. ELIZABETH ANN. ba loved wilt oi the late Greenberry Jack son. formerly of Potomac. Md. Funeral services at the M. E. Church. Potomac. Md Sunday. March 31. at 2:30 p.m Interment church cemetery. 31 JACOBI. ALCINDA. On Saturday. March 30. 1935. ALCINDA JACOBI, wife of Otto Jacobi and mother of David J. Wilkerson and Milton F. Snellings. Fu neral from the W. W. Chambers Co. fu neral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Monday. April 1. at 11 a m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Bethel Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. JENKINS. ROBERT FRANCIS. On Satur day. Match 30. 1935. at Georgetown University Hospital ROBERT FRANCIS JENKINS, beloved son of Howe A. and Oladys O. Jenkins (nee Moran). Fu neral from his parents' residence. 111(1 You it. s.e.. on Monday. April 1. at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 31 JOHNSON. ADELLE WIGGINS. On Fri day. March 29. 1935. at her residence. 2018 Claeett st. n.e. ADELLE WIGOIN8 JOHNSON, beloved wife of William John son. daughter of William H. Wigging, sister of John Wiggins and Marie Smith. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. Fu neral Sunday. March 31. at 2:3(1 p m., from the above funeral church. Rev. Christian officiating. Interment Amelia, Va. JOHNSON. MART. On Friday. March 29. 1935. MARY JOHNSON, beloved wife of Woody Johnson and sister of David Wil . llams. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w Notice of funeral later. 31 MADDOX. CHARLES MORRIS. Suddenly, on Thursday. March 28. 1935. CHARLES MORRIS, aged 45 years, the beloved husband of Helen Maddox Remains resting At his late residence. 8 Ash ave.. Takoma Park. Md Funeral services at the above residence on Monday April 1. tt 2 p.m. Relative* and friends Invited. Interment at Congressional Cemetery. I Bratljfl. MALEY. GEORGE W. On Saturday. March 3li. 1935. GEORGE W. beloved son of the late John and Josephine Lee* Maley. Funeral from the resi dence of his brother. Floyd Maley 1345 Sheoherd st. n e . on Tuesday. April 3. at 9:15 a m. Requiem mass at St. Aloy slus Church at 10 am. Relatives and friends Invited, Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 1 ,*N:v M. On Thursday. March i*.., 1at her home Brooks ave. Gaithersburg Md.. ANN M . beloved wife of John Thomas Martin. Funeral serv ices will be held at her late residence on Sunday. iOuch 31. at 3 p.m. Inter ment Forest 0»k Cemetery. Gaithers burg. Md. 31 MAYO. MAHASIE. On Thursday. March •!*. 1935. at her residence 1318 o at. n.w. Apt 1. MAHASIE MAYO, loving wile of John H Mayo, devoted slater of Mary B. and Doris Stokes She also leaves three brothers-ln-law. Clarence. 8cott and William Mayo, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the John T Rhlnes funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until 5 p.m. Saturday March 30: thereafter at her late resi dence. Funeral Sunday. March 31, at 1 p.m.. from Nineteenth 8tre.t Baptist Church. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 31 MILLER. MARTHA MeREADY. On Fri day. March 39. 1935. at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. W. C Smallwood. 1353 Madison st. n.w.. MARTHA Mf READY MILLER Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 3991 14th st. n w on Monday. April 1. at 3 p.m. 31 MURPHY DAVID. On Saturday. March 30. 1935. DAVID, son of the late Wil liam and Catherine Carroll Murphy of 3419 14:h st. n.w Services on Tues day. April 3. at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart. Kith st and Park rd . where mass will be offered at 10 a m. Inter ment Rock Creek Cemetery. 1 NOTHSTIXE. GLADYS M. On Saturday. March 30. 1935. a' her residence. 94<; Shepherd st. n.w.. GLADYS M.. beloved wife of Arthur C. Nothstlne and mother of Harriet E. and Richard W Nothstine She also Is survived by two brothers John S. Stevenson of Kansas City and Ralph B Stevenson of Ashville. Ohio. Funeral services at the W W. Chambers Co. funeral home, 1400 Chapin st. n.w . on Monday April 1. at 4 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited to attend In terment Circleville. Ohio. 1 RUCK. AUDREY A. On Friday. March 39. 193o. AUDREY A. RUCK <nec Huntt) of 21H Gregory at. Colmar Manor. Md. beloved wife of John E Ruck. She Is suri ived by her infant son. John E Ruck 3d. and brother Horace W. Huntt. Funeral services and interment at Herndon Cemetery. Hern don. Va.. Sunday. March 31. at 2 p ci. Funeral cortege will assemble at iota and E sts. s.e„ at 12 noon. 31 SWEENEY PHILLIP T. On Friday. March 29. 1935. PHILLIP T.. beloved husbanr of Emma A. Sweeney and father of .IPSSiP C Samnpl .T PhilUrt T* iv • W.wrv I Sweeney and Mrs Amy P. Dustin. Funeral from his late residence. Walkei Mill road. Maryland, on Sunday. March 31. at 0 p.m.: thence to Forestville Episcopal Church. Forestville. Md where services will be held at 2:30 p m Relatives and friends are invited. In terment Episcopal Church Cemetery, j Forestville. Md. 31 TITHII.L. CHARLES H. On Saturday. March 30. 1935. at Emergency Hospital. CHARLES H. TUTHILL. father of Mr'. Edgar P. Copeland and Mrs Carrie T Jazna. Interment Milford. Del.. Tues day. April 2. 1* WARD. GEORGE EDWARD. On Fridsv March 29. 1935. GEORGE EDWARD WARD, beloved husband of Josephine Ward and father of Elsie L Bryson E Gordon. George E and Jessie M. Ward Funeral from his late residence. 512 Minnesota ave. n.e„ on Monday. April 1 at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cem etery. 31* WHEELER. MARY A. On Thursday March 28. 1935. at her residence. 12* Farragut st. n.w.. MARY A. WHEELER mee Karthasen. widow of George H Wheeler and daughter of the late Mary A. Bock. Funeral from her late resi dence on Monday. April 1 at 1:30 P.m thence to St. Paul’s Parish. Rock Creek Church, where services will be held at •; pm. Relatives and friends invited Interment Congressional Cemetery. 31 YORK HERMAN E. On Friday. March 29. 1935. at 4 p.m.. HERMAN E. YORK son of the late Isaac and Caroline York, brother of Millie York father of Reg inald York of Chicago. 111.: Cora Carter Fiorine Murphy Quentin York and Caroline York. Remains resting at Fra zier's funeral parlors. Notice of fu neral hereafter In ifirmnrtum. ALIEN. CLARA. In sad but loving re membrance of my dear wife. CLARA ALLEN, who died one year ago today March 31. 1934. Until memory lades and life departs You will be forever in my heart: Time takes away the edge of grief. But memory turns back another leaf. L. J. ALLEN AND FAMILY. • BRADY. R08IE M. A tribute ot love and devotion to the memory of our aunt. ROSIE M BRADY, who departed this life two years ago today. March 31. 1933. On a hillside gently sleeping. Where the flowers softly wave. Lies the one we love so dearly In her lonely, silent grave. We have only your memory, daar. To remember our whole 111* through. But the sweetness will linger forever As we treasure the image of you. Thy will, dear Lord, not ours be done. To take our loved ones one by aone HER NIECES. MARY AND CATHERINE BRADY. ROSIE M. A tribute of love to the memory of our dear sister. ROSIE M. BRADY, who departed this life two years ago today. March 31. 1933. Our thoughts go wandering when day light fades To the land of long ago. And memory paints the scenes of old In the gold of twilight glow. We seem to see in the soft, dim light A face we loved the best; We think of her when the sun’a last rays Go down in the far-off west. HER DEVOTED SISTERS AND BROTH ERS. KATIE FRAZIER. WILLIAM AND JOHN MAHONEY. BIRCH. SOPHIE E. In loving memory of our dear mother. SOPHIE E BURCH, who departed this life four years ago today. March 31. 1931. DEVOTED CHILDREN. • BITCHER. WILLIAM T. In loving re membrance c-f my dear husband. WIL LIAM T. BUTCHER, who entered into eternal rest one year ago today. March 31. 1934. I lost a life companion. A life linked with my own; Day by day I miss you more As I walk thrrmeh lifp a Inn*. How sad is this day to me. The day on which you died: Your memory will cling to my heart Till I rest by your side. HIS DEVOTED WIFE. LUCY X. BUTCHER. • FINAGIN. LE ROY. In loving remem brance ol our beloved son. LE ROY FINAGIN. who departed this life twelve years ago today. March 31. 1923. As the springtime comes upon u*. With its birds and buds and flowers. We remember how you loved them In the early morning hours. MOTHER AND FATHER. • i'LRICH. WILLIAM. In loving remem brance of my dear son. WILLIAM UL RICH. who passed away twelve years ago today. March 31. 1923. Flowers may wither, leaves fall and die: Though others forget you. never shall I HIS DEVOTED MOTHER. • WILLIAMS. NANNIE. In loving remem brance of my- dear mother. NANNIE WILLIAMS, who departed this life two years ago today. March 31. 1933. My heart cannot tell how I miss you. My lips do not know what to say; Only God knows how I miss you . In my lonely home today. HER D|votEd SON. FRANK WIL _LIAMS. _• _ FUNERAL DIRECTORS WILLIAM H. SCOTT" _ 400 8th 8t. S.E._ Lincoln 0530. JOHN R. WRIGHT 1337 10th St. N.W._Phone North 004 7 V. L. SPEARE CO] Neither the successor te nor connected with the original W. R Speare establishment NAtlonaI%BQ2 1009 H St. N.W. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Crematorium 4th_and Mass Ave. N.E._ I4ncoln_5200 ALMUS R. SPEARE Succeeding the Original W. R. SPEARE Formerly 1S08 H St. N.W. Decatur 6242._ 1623 Conn. Ave, Frank Geir's Sons Co. ISitfra&ff: NAtional 2473 Joseph F. Birch’s Sons <A. L. HAYCOCK. Mgr. I g855»?S2? 3034 MSt. N.W. CHAS. S. ZURHORST CO. 301 EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 037*3. FUNERALS DESIGNS GEO. A. COMLEY Geo. C. Shaffer aan£EK55?V-»i£2RAL EMBLEMS AT MODERATE FEICES. PHONE NAT. *106 Open Evenings . . , c. c and Sundays_14th g? Eye GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Pieces 1212 X 81. N.W. NAtleail 4276 J7/4Wtributes • delivered. NORTH CEMETERT LOTS. CEMETERY LOT CEDAR'HILL CtSS tery. section 4 lot 182. For Information, call Columbia 3^40 or at cemetery.