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Former Governor Dies.
WATERTOWN, S. Dak., July 13 OP).—Samuel H. Elrod, 79, Clark at torney, Governor of South Dakota from 1905 to 1907 and a public offi cial for many year*, died In a hos pital today. He suffered a stroke Wednesday night from which he did not recover. Tobacco Crop Delayed. Cuba's prolonged drought has seri ously delayed the preparation of the new tobacco crop. Pigeon* Go 700 Mile*. Pigeons flew 700 miles In a recent national race in England. ••ANY FAMILY CAN AFFORD RYAN SERVICE" "Ryan Service Is Ever Ready to Serve" fin every phase of funeral direction Ryan service Is qualified and equipped to advise and guide you. Mo matter what time of the day or night, we are always ready to serve any one, any time, any where. And Ryan service Is as complete and per fect as experience and skill can make it. fPerfectly appointed funeral home. Music If de sired. Lady attendant. These essentials are offered without extra charge. For our complete funeral prices, call Atlantic 1700-1701. Ryan Ambulance Service Local Calls $4 James T. Ryan Funeral Director 317 Pa. Ate. S.E. ATlantic 1700-1701 Ashurst, Lacking Gun Club Urge A nd Invitation, Has Senate A lone By the Associated Frew. Scholarly Henry T. Ajhurst, Ari aona Democrat, would rather “throw oranges at senatorial statutes” than hunt or fish. Comfortably seated in the air* cooled Senate chamber yesterday reading a newspaper, the Senator looked lonesome. He was the only member on the floor. The Senate was not In session and most of his Democratic colleagues were week end ing at a rod and gun club on Chesa peake Bay. MRS. MARY WOODEN DIES AT AGE OF 72 Besident of Capital 60 Tears Will Be Buried Tomorrow Afternoon. Mrs. Mary R. Wooden, 72, widow of the late Hairy C Wooden, and for 50 years a resident of Washington, died Friday at her home, 9 Q street north east. Mrs. Wooden was a member of the Bethlehem Chapter. O. E. S., and a charter member of Washington Coun cil. Daughters of America. Surviving are a son. Milton H. Wooden, and four daughters. Mrs. Lillian Martin, Mrs. Edna Tanner, Mrs. Lola Beach and Mrs. Ida Teeple; 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. all of Washington. Funeral services are to be held at Mrs. Wooden's late home tomorrow at 2:30 pm. Burial will follow In Cedar Hill Cemetery. “Why are you not there with them?” he was asked. “I wasn't invited, In the first place.” Ashurst replied, dropping his news paper. “And, another thing, I don’t hunt or fish. It bores me to death.” Ashurst said he had no hobbles ex cept reading and a show now and then. He said his doctor told him 14 years ago to give up golf. “He told me I was the healthiest man alive and wanted me to stay that way.” MRS. DU PONT IS VICTOR IN DUEL OF GLIDERS Stays Aloft 5% Honrs to Defeat Mrs. Holderman, 1034 Record Holder. By the Associated Frees. ELMIRA, N. Y., July 13.—Two of the United States premier woman gUder pilots staged a keen duel in the air just west of the city today. In a duration contest that ended after one had been aloft for 5 hours 31 minutes. Mrs. Richard C. du Pont of Wil mington, Del., whose husband holds the 1934 gliding crown, was the victor. Her time In the air beat the contest record made last year by exactly one hour and sent the bolder of that rec ord, Mrs. Russell Holderman of Le Roy, down to defeat. Mrs. Holderman was | in the air 5 hours 3 minutes. Du Pont himself took off at 9:58 a.m., and came down approximately four and one-half hours later at Scranton, Pa. Our Annual Summer Sale of FUR COATS Offers Savings of $10 to $30 A. Hollander & Sons Famous DYED BAY SEALINE (Dyed Coney) 14 beautiful styles to select from in this advance selling of these luxuriously fine fur coats that have such a high reputation for workmanship and service as well as beauty. Some have Fitch or Marmink (dyed marmot) collars. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 52. 50 Handsome Sealine Coats (Dyed Coney) Truly amazing that such good-looking and good-wearing fur coats should be priced for so little! Rich quality furs fashioned into coats of distinction. Shawl, standing and Johnny collars. Sizes 14 to 20, 38 to 44.—Second Floor. A W AYS I • P*y Cash. • Use Our Budget Plan. _ _ _ < • Use Your Charge • Hare Your Coat Laid Aside on Initial Payment j Q P Y | Account. of 10 Per Cent. Just Received— 1,000 Square Yards 45c Floor Covering OQ, Square £^f C Yard If you can use 20 square yards or leas here’s an opportunity to buy standard quality felt-base floor covering In new Summer patterns at a big saving. Two yards wide. Handsome carpet and tile designs. Third Floor 900 Pairs "Jumbo Dot” Priscilla Curtains $1.25 VALUES In Curtains of Beauty and Quality • White Marquisette with Colored Dots • Colored Marquisette with White Dots Another one of those great King’s Palace curtain sales—the result of a timely undeprice purchase— and one that offers values you will be quick to appre ciate. Every pair of fine, firm quality marquisette with the popular “Jumbo Dots.” 214 yards long. Why not new curtains for all your windows when the saving is so really remarkable? Third Floor Purchase! 3,000 Good Sheets 81x99 81x90 $1.00 72x99 Value 63x99 This timely clo6e-out of the manufacturer’s accumulations of seconds spells unusual economy for you and all thrifty-minded housekeepers. 64x64 count seamless bleached sheets that will wear to your utmost satis faction. Imperfections do not affect the wear in the least $1.00 "Sure-Fit" Mattress Covers j sZ, 79c Protect your mattress perfectly. Made of strong unbleached cot ton with tape ties. Sixes for double, three-quarter, twin and single beds. Street fleer. Unbleached Cotton 8 Yds. for 59c Standard quality 38-inch un bleached cotton, firmly woven in the weight for making seamed sheets and mattress covers. Turkish Towels, Each Thick, absorbent quality Turk ish towels for hand and face use. White with colored bor ders. Perfect quality. Street Fleer Breezy New DRESSES 99c For street, home and vaca tion wear—hundred* of cool sunbacks, sport dresses and two-piece dresses for every fig ure and every taste. Pique, seersucker, sheers, gingham and percale. White, stripes, dots, flowers. Stas 14 to 53. Beessil Authorities Press Probe on Story Banker Was Slain by Nelson. RENO. Nev, July 13.—Solution of the mysterious disappearance nearly 1C months ago of Roy J. Frisch, Reno banker, appeared nearer tonight as authorities investigated the story Frisch was slain by the late gangster, “Baby Face” Nelson. Following confirmation today by J. Edgar Hoover, head at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, that John Paul Chase, life termer In Alcatras Federal Penitentiary, had admitted he witnessed Frisch’s slaying. Federal, State, city and county authorities united in a renewed Investigation here. United States Attorney E. P. Carville said his office was “hard at work’* on the case and that he had been assured the co-operation of all of Nevada’s law enforcement agencies. To Search for Body. Search lor Frisch’* remains, Car ville said, would be undertaken as soon as more details of the alleged killing are obtained. The ponlbillty that Chase, a former pel of Nelson, would be brought to Reno to help find the body was dis cussed here. Carville declined to comment. .Frisch s body was reported to have been disposed of In a shallow grave near a mine shaft several miles from Reno after Nelson had burned his clothes and destroyed other means of Identification. Frisch, who was 41, unmarried and widely known, vanished the night of March 23, 1934, after saying he was going to a theater. His movements were traced as far as a residential district street corner. From that point on officers were baffled In their search. Hit Over Head With Gan. According to Chase’s story. Nelson hit Frisch over the head with a re volver and threw him in an automo bile. Several miles from Reno, Chase aeaertedly said, Nelson shot the banker. Rewards were offered. Posses searched the Truckee River and Lake Tahoe regions. Other recruits and officers were sent into the depths of abandoned mine shafts. The Department of Justice entered the case. It was said, because Frisch, former cashier of the defunct River side Bank In Reno, was- to have been an important witness for the Govern ment in the trial of William Graham and James C. McKay, Reno gambling kings, accused by a Federal grand jury of mall fraud. (cdeir Hill tohirujM most Beautiful (femetery Where Perpetual Care is More Than a Promise MANNING" 1726 CONN.AVE. NOrlh 00/6 MONUMENTS Is One if The Largest Undertakers In the World A $500 SERVICE For Only $265 • • • • h G«m of Dwrik C*I1 Chambers AIRCRAFT MONSTER New Flying Boat to Hava 1,000 H.P. Engines, Says Briton. MIAMI, Fla.. July 13 OP).—Great flying boat*, powered with engines developing in excess of 1,000 horse power each, were predicted today by John Lord, British plane builder, as the next step In air transportation. "The flying boat of today is just a toy compared to what you will see in the Very near future," said Lord, here with two associates on a Nation wide survey of American aviation methods. "We have progressed to the point where It is now a mutter of engine development." Fay Wray Going Abroad. HOLLYWOOD, July 13 OPT—Holly wood will say good-by to Fay Wray tomorrow. Dolores De Rio, John Mack Brown and many other film celebrities win attend a party to be given by Ralph Bellamy before Miss Wray's de parture for New York, from where she will sail to make two picture* for British concern*. Carfc of CONN AWAY. IAMBS B. Mrs. Clsrs Owen*, niece, acknowledges with sincere thanks the kindness of the members of Zion Baptist Church and s host of friends ter the beautiful floral trlbutee and kind words of consolation durins our bereavement. BROTHERS, COUSINS, NIECES. Sralljfl. BAILEY. EDWARD. Departed thla life on Friday, July 12. 1935, st Gallinger Hos pital. after a brief Illness. EDWARD BAILEY, devoted husband of Annie E. Bailey, loving father of Blanche. Flor ence. Charlotte. Edward and Robert Bailey. He also leaves to mourn their loss three grandchildren, two dauehters n-law ana other relatives and friends. temalns resting at Barbour Bros.' fu neral home. 48 K gt. n.e.. until Sunday. July 14. at 4 p m.; thereafter at his late residence. 157 You st. n.w. Funeral Monday. July 16. at 2:30 p m., from tha above residence. Rev George O Bul lock officiating. Relativei and friends are cordially invited to attend. Inter ment Harmony Cemetery. 14 BERRY ELIZABETH. Departed this life on Wednesday. July 10. 1036. after a lingering illness, ELIZABETH BERRY, formerly of 14* Heckman st. *.«.. devot •d wife of John Berry, foster mother of Joseph L. Brown and the only niece o 1 the late Alexander Darla. Remains rest ing at the John T. Rhlnes funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye ste. a w. The family may be seen at 3027 8tsmton road ae.. Anaeoitla. D. C. Funeral from the above funeral chapel on Sunday. July 14. at 1:30 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. li ■ICiain, HARRY H. On Thursday. July 11. 1935. at his residence. 815 L st. n.e.. HARRY H. BICKSLER. be loved husband of Alice C Bleksler fnee McMahon). Funeral from the above residence on Monday. July 16. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to Holy Name Church, where reoute/n mass will be said at 9 a m. for the repose of his soul. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 14 BICKSLER. HARRY H. All sir nobles of Alcantara Caravan. No. 12. Order of Alhambra, are requested to meet at the late residence of the late Sir Noble HARRY H BICKSLER. 915 L st. n.e.. at 8 pjn. Sunday. July 14. 1936. and to attend mass at Holy Nam* Church Monday. July 15. at 9 a m. 15* BOWEN. SARAH. Departed this life on Friday July 12. 1935. at Dellinger Hos pital. SARAH BOWEN devoted mother of Mrs Matilda Brandon, stater of Mrs. Ada Jackson. Mrs Caroline Mundell. Mrs. Lena Thomas. Mrs. Mary King. William and Arthur Monroe. She also leaves many other relative* and friends to mourn her departure. Remains rest ing at the John T. Rhlnes funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until 4 p.m. Monday. July 15: thereafter at the residence of her daughter. 348 H at. a.w. Funeral Tuesday. July 18. at 1 pm., from Friendship Baptist Church. 1st and H ats. a.w. 15 BROOKE. ELIZABETH. On Friday. July 12. 1935. at her residence. 3512 8th st. south. Alcova Heights. Va.. ELIZA BETH BROOKE, beloved wife of M. J. Brooke She is survived by her hus band two children. David and Louise Brooke, one brother, Roy Rollins. Re mains resting at the Ives funeral borne 810 Wilson bird . Clarendon. Va. Fu neral Monday. July 15. at 2:30 p.m. from Ives' chapel Interment Columbia Gardena Cemetery. FOUND. FOR LOOT OR WANTED ANIMALS apply Animal Rescue Leaaue 71 O at a.w. Phone North 6730 _LOST._ Lost and Found (dvertisementi for ths daily Star wU be accepted Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, up to noon day of issue. Saturdays ana legal holidays up to 10 a m. day of issue. For the Sunday Star up to 11 p.m. Saturday. BILLFOLD, blue leather, containing mm of money: near O. P O Liberal reward U returned to Harry Bovey, 710 North Carolina are, ae_ BILLFOLD—Four told corner*. per*on»l cards. Reward. 308 Colorado Bldg. 14* BILLFOLD, black: receipts and Union card. Reward. 1224 11th st. n.w. Phone Met ropclitan 14j)S._ BROOCH, gold, with bow knot while mov ing: valued as heirloom. Liberal reward. Address Box 331-M, Star office. •_ BUNCH OF KEYS. In round, black ease. Reward. Call District 3635 alter 9 a.m. Monday. Miss Porridge.___ DOG—In Pet worth, large brown and white dog. closely clipped except for end of bushy tail: name "King” scratched on plate In collar. Reword. Georgia 6616. EYEGLASSES, near Catholle University. Reward, Call North U'411. _ FOX TERRIER, white, brown spots ear and shoulder, collar with number. Return to 3341 P st, n.w.. Georgetown._ OLASSES—Pair of horn-rimmed classes Friday. 4 o'clock. In taxi. Reward tf re tumed to E. Bleser, Decatur 3680. KEYS—Chain of key*, between 13th and G sts. and Pa. *ve. Friday. Reward If returned to Mr. Baker. 3206 K st. n.V. West 1037. KEYS—Reward for return of case of keys, name. "Elsie Lewis.” to treasurer’s office. Howard University: lost Thursday. 14* PIN. diamond and sapphire, circular, Thursday._Reward, Call Columbia 9073. POCKETBOOK. in wash room on 6th floor Southern Bide.. 16th and H sts.. Friday morning. July 12; has name printed on book and contains paper and money. Re ward if returned to 822 Southern Bid*., as above. Henry J. Watkins. It. POLICE SERGEANTS BADGE No. #6. lost Friday, vicinity of Police Court. No. 10 pre clnct. Sergt R B. Carroll. SPECTACLES, tortoise-ahell rims, between 16th and Pa. ave. s.e. and 8th and Q s.e. Reward offered finder. Lincoln 6363. 16* TERRIER, small, white, male, rough cost. black ears, buck spot on back, collar with number. Reward, Potomac 1441. UMBRELLA, green plaid, carved Ivory handle; on Friday. Reward. Call Georgia 1430.* WRIST WATCH—Ladr s white cold; Illi nois make. Reward. Phone Georgia 28(53. TWENTY.FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE “They Laughed When I Started— I claimed funeral prices were too high. Today I'm smiling” ... volume has made *75 the DEAL Price For a $ISO Funeral Phone Lincoln 8200 FUNERALHOME I l * _ BRYAN. DR. LEE MrlUNgTRY. On July 11. 19 '6, Dr LEE McKINBTRY BRYAN of Philadelphia. Pa., huaband of Gene vieve Flood and son of the late Dr. Joseph R. and Isabella Bryan. Inter ment Arllnston National Cemetery Mon day. July 15. at 9:30 a.m. BURNETT. ISABELLE. Departed this life on Thursday. July 11. 1936. at her resi dence^ 315 Oakdale it. n.w.. Apt. 4. ISABELLE BURNETT, devoted mother of Mrs. Sarah, Goode. She also leaves one granddaughter, Mrs. Lillian Blakey; two srsndsons. one great-granddaughter. two great-grandsons and other relatives and many friends to mourn her de parture. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye ata. aw. Funeral on Tuesday. July Id. from Wesley A. M. E. Church at 1 P.m. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 14 BUTLER, 3AEAK E. On Friday. July 12. 1936. at the residence of Ltr daughter. Mrs. c. C. Saunders. 1310 Delefield pi. n.w. SARAH E. BUTLER, beloved wile ?f the late William K. Butler. Funeral rom the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Monday, July 15, at 2 p.m. Friends are Invited. Interment Olenwood Cemetery. CARROLL. SUSAN A. On Thursday. July 11. 1935. at her residence. 1314 North Taft St. Fort Myer Heights iMurphy Station, Va.l. SUSAN A CARROLL. She la survived by two sons. Edward C. and Flank A. Carroll. Funeral from her late residence. Monday. July 16. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Charles' Catholic Church. Clarendon. Va.. followed oy requiem mast at 9 a.m. Interment Co lumbia Gardena Cemetery. 14 CO ALE. BARAH JOSEPHINE. On Friday. July 12. 1936. at Sibley Hospital. SARAH JOSEPHINE OOALE. beloved wile of Samuel G. Coale of Forestvllle. Md. Also surviving are seven children. Mrs. Harry Moore of Croom. Md.; James Russell. John Leroy. S. Gardener, Chrir tabel. Charlotte and Jacklin Coale. Por estvllle. Md. Funeral from her late resi dence In Forestvllle. Sunday. July 14. et 2:16 p.m.: thence to St. Mary’s Cath olic Church. Upper Marlboro. Service will be conducted at 3 pm. Interment Trinity Episcopal Cemetery. Upper Marlboro. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. CORCORAN. GERTRUDE. On Thursday. July 11, 1935, at 11:15 p m . GER TRUDE CORCORAN, beloved daughter of George H. Corcoran and the late Mary Arm Corcoran. Funeral Monday. July 15. at 2 p.m.. from the funeral home of the George W. Wile Co.. 2800 M st. n.w. Relatives snd friends invited. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14 CUMMINGS. JAMES W.. SR. Suddenly, on Saturday. July 13. 1935. at his resi dence. 209 Thornapple it . Chevy Chase, Md.. JAMES W beloved husband of Mary E. Cummings. Notice of funeral later. (Baltimore, Md.. papers piease copy.) D0NAL80N. JOHN. On Friday. Jitfy 12. 1933, at GalUnger Hospital. JOHN, the beloved husband of Mary Donation of 1117 49th st. n.e. He also leaves to mourn their loss s mother, five sons, two daughters, lour brothers, four sisters and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Henry 8 Washington A Sons' funeral home. 4925 Deane ave. n.e. Funeral Monday July 15. at 1 p.m.. lrom First Baptist Church, Sherrlff rd. and Whlttingham at. n.e. 14* DONOVAN, JOSEPH J. Suddenly, on Fri day July 12. 1935. JOSEPH J DON OVAN. beloved husband ol Ada M. Don ovan inee Beach; and son of Margaret Cohan Donovan Funeral from his late residence. 3419 Dent pi. n.w., on Mon day. July 15, at 8:30 a m.: thence to Holy Trinity Catholic Church, wnere mass will be said at 9 a m. for the re pose of his soul Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. • ECHOES. MOENA C. Entered into eternal rest Thursday, July 11, 1935. a; u 45 R.m., at her residence. 51 C st. i.e. MOENA C. ECHOES, devoted daughter of Frank S. and Rose Echoes, sister of Mrs. Rose Rice. Mrs. Frances Gough and Lawrence Echoes. She also leaves other relatives and friends to mourn her de parture. Remains resting at the John T. Rhlnes funeral chapel. 3rd and Ere ats. s.w. Funeral from the above chapel ' on Wednesday. July 17. at 1:30 pm Interment Rosemont Cemetery. 16 EDWARDS. CHARLES. On Saturday, July 13. 1935, CHARLES EDWARDS, hus band of Annie Edwards, father of Charles Edwards. Jr.; cousin of Nancy Jordan and Jeanette Beil. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 U st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. 14 FAGAN. HARRIET CHAPMAN. On Satur day, July 13. 1935, at her home, in Lin den. Md.. HARRIET CHAPMAN FAGAN, beloved wife of the fate Mathias E Fagan. Funeral from the above resi dence on Tuesday, July 16. at 8:30 am ; thence to St. Pauls Church. 15th and V ats n.w., where mass will be of fered at 9:30 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 15 FAIRFIELD. HARRIET A. On May 2. ' 1935. In Elgin. 111.. Mrs. HARRIET A FAIRFIELD. Interment services lor her ashes will be held at the grave, in Rock Creek Cemetery, on Monday. July 15. at 4 p m. Rev. Wynne C. Fairfield will officiate. Friends invited. Mrs Fair field was a resident ol Washington. D. C.. for many years. • FENNELL. MART KROGMANN. On Fri day. July 12. 1936. at Sibley Hosoital. MARY KROGMANN FENNELL, beloved wife of Alovsiua 8 Fennell Funeral from her late residence. 1201 Kearney »t. n.e. on Monday. July 15. at 8::<o a m. Requiem mass at St. Anthony's Church at 9 a m Relatives and friends invited- Interment Mount Olivet Cem etery. 14 ■ALL. MART JANE. On Saturday. July 13. 1935. at the Edes Home. 2929 N at. n.w.. MART JANE HALL wile ot the late Alxle Hall and mother of George T. and Milton R. Hall. Remains resting at Birch's funeral home. 3034 M at. n w. Services at Dumbarton M. E. Church on Monday. July 15j at 2 P m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. HAMILTON. WILLIAM OLIVER. On Fri day, July 32. 1935. WILLIAM OLIVER, beloved husband of Edith May Hamilton Services at the Pour Corners M. E. Church Sunday. July 14. at 2:30 c m. Interment Oolesville Cemetery. 14 HATTON. MYRTLE. Departed this life on Thursday. July 11. 1935. at Gallin ger Hospital MYRTLE HATTON, beloved daughter of Sadye Hatton. She also leaves to mourn her departure, a brother. Harvey Hatton: three uncles, three aunts, other relatives and many friends. Re mains resting at the John T. Rhines fu neral chape! 3rd and Eye sts. s w. Fu neral on Sunday. July 14. at 1:30 p.m., from Grace M. E. Church. Chapel Hill. Md. 14 ■OBBS. JOSEPH COTTMAN. Or. Friday. July 12, 1936. at Sibley Hosoital. JOS EPH COTTMAN HOBBS, the beloved husband of Mable Duke Hobbs and father of Joseph F. Hobbs Mrs. Margaret H. MacAloon and Mrs. Agnes DeLancy. Funeral from the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home. 51T 11th st. g.e. on Monday. July 15. at 8:30 a m.: thence to the Holy Comforter Catholic flurch, where mass will be offered at a.m. for the repose of his aoul. Rela tives end friends are invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14 HONOrR. THEOPHILOVS. Suddenly, on Friday. July 12. 1935. THEOPHILOUS HONOUR of Washington. D. C.. beloved husband of Mabel Louise Honour. Fu neral services at the S. H. Hines Co. fu neral home. CP01 14th st. n.w.. on Mon day. July 15. at 10 a m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 14 JAMES. HARRY B., JR Suddenly, on Saturday. July 13. 1035, at Providence Hospital. HARRY B.. Jr., aged 5 years, beloved son of Harry B . sr.. and Hilda James. Funeral from the residence of his parents. 40<; Lincoln ave., Riverdale, Md.. on Tuesday. July 16. at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. In terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 15 JOHNSON. GRACE. On Friday. July 12. 1935. at her residence. 1528 3rd st. n w.. grace JOHNSON, beloved wife of the late Dennis Johnson and mother of Lula Johnson Fitch and grandmother of Edith Greene Forrest. Funeral from the above home Monday. July 15. at 1:30 p.m.. Rev. G. O. Bullock officiating. 14 LOOMIS. DANIEL G. On Friday. July 12. 1935. at the residence of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Loomis of 2812 30th place n.w.. DANIEL GOULD LOOMIS. Funeral from the above resi dence on Monday. July 15. at 11 a m. Interment Reck Creek Cemetery. 14 McKEANER. MARY J. On Saturday. July 13, 1935. at her home. Germantown. Md.. MARY J. McKEANER. aged 04 years, beloved mother of Mrs. John Mason. Mrs. Laura Johnson. Mrs. Em ma Bell. James H McKeaner of Wash ington. D. C. Funeral services will be held at Jerusalem Church. Sellman. Md.. Tuesday. July 10. at 2 p.m. Interment adjoining cemetery. MEININGER. MARY. On Friday. July 12, 1936. MARY, beloved daughter of the late Christian and Margaret Meininger. Remains resting at Qasch's funeral borne. Hyattaville. Md. See Monday'! Washington Post for notice of time of funeral. MILLER. ALLEN EKSKINE. On Saturday. July 13. 1935. at Garfield Hospital. ALLEN ER8KINK MILLER, late resi dence. Miami. Fla. Funeral aervtees at John R. Wright's parlors. 1337 10th st. n.w.. on Monday July 15. at 2 p.m. Interment at Rock Creek Cemetery. * MORAN. ETHEL MAY STOKES. Departed this life Saturday. July 13._19.15 at Oarlleld Memorial Hospital. ETHEL MAY 8TOKE8 MORAN, beloved wife of Charles Thurman Moran, devoted daugh ter of Carrie E Stokes and the late Thomas T. Sfokes. and loving sister of Mrs Rosa Stokes Netherland. Mrs. Ber tha Stokes Boyle. Mrs Florence Stokes Matthews. James T. Stokes and Mrs. Gladys Stokes Jackson. Remains rest ing at the residence of her mother. H13 3rd st. n.e., after 12 noon Monday. July 15. Funeral from the Israel Baptist Church. 11th at. between F and G at*, n.e. on Tuesday. July 10. at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Burial in Harmony Cemetery. 15 MORAN, ETHEL. Members of the Bureau Relief Association are hereby notified of the death of ETHEL MORAN, who died July 13. 1935. ROBERT TATE. President. SOLOMON JACKSON. Fin. Secy. • MOSER. JOSEPH. On Friday. July 12. 1036. at 10 D.m.. at his residence. 2528 12th at. n.w.. JOSEPH MOSER, hus band of the late Fannie Moser. He leaves to mourn their lost five children. Mrs. Addle Cohen. .Mr*. Amelia Jones. Mrs. Carrie Cohen. Louis Moser and Abe Moier. Funeral from his late residence Bondar. July 14. at 2:30 p.m. Inter ment Washington Hebrew Congregation Cemetery. 14 CEMETERY LOTS. BRCTION HO. 4. cKSaK . near main gate: by owner. Euclid n.w. a 0. JU AND EE. JOHN c. Entered Into eternal rut on Wednesday. July 10. 1835, at 10:30 p.m.. at bia residence. 1518 12th at. n.w JOHN C. Q'JANDER. beloved husband of the late Georglanna Quander and devoted father of Cora H.. George H end Mary E. Quander Remains may 2? se*? at 8 P m. Saturday. July 13. Funeral from bis late residence on Mon day. July 15 at 8:30 a m : thence to St. Ausustlne'i Catholie Church, lfith «t. be tween L and M sts. n w Requiem mast will be celebrated at 10 a m. for the re Sose of bis soul. Friends and relative! ivited. Interment Mount Olivet Cem etery. 14 QUANDER. JOHN C. M-mbers of the Knights of 8t. Augustine. Commandery No. 2. are hereby notified to assemble at St. Augustine’s Church. Monday. July 15. 1835. at 10 a m., to attend the fu neral of our late brother. JOHN c. QUANDER DANIEL 8PRIGG8. President. FRANK GARNER. Secretary. ROBINSON. MARY THOMPSON. Departed this life on Thursday. July 11. 1935. at her residence. 3228 Grace at, n.w . MARY THOMPSON ROBINSON She leave* to mourn their loss one daugh ter. Mrs. Maggie Walker: three ton*. Charles. Richard and Andrew Thomp aon; one sister. Mrs. Alice Jones; one brother. John Bell, and many other rel atives and friends. Remains resting at Ridgely A Hicks' funeral home, 2930 M st. n.w.. until 8 p m Saturday; thereafter at her late residence. Funeral Sunday. July 14. at 1 p m., from Mount Zion M. E Church. 29th st. near Dumbarton ave.. Rev G E. Cury. castor. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 14 ROLLINS. CHARLES. Departed thla life audaenly. on Thursday. July 11. 1935. CHARLES ROLLINS, the devoted hus band of Susie Rollins of 1518 Swann st. n.w. He leave* to mourn their lo*a three aunts, three nephew* a devoted wife and other relatives and friends Re mains resting with L E Murray A Son. until 11 a m July 14; then at his late residence. Funeral Monday. July 15. at 8 p m. from Vermont Avenue Baptist Church. Rev Murray officiating. In terment In Virginia. 15 SANFORD. ANNIE. On Friday July 12. 1936. at Oalllnger Hospital. ANNIE, be loved daughter of George E. and Nellie R. Sanford mee Rogers) of 1213 K st. a.e. Remains resting at Wm. J. Nailers funeral home. 522 Sth st. a.e. Notice of funeral later. BATTLER. MRS. Jl’LIA. On Friday Jul» 12. 19.25. at 6 a m., at her residence, in Lynchburg. Va . Mrs. JULIA SAT TLER (nee Wachsmutb). Funeral Mon day. July 15. at lu a.m.. from her lata residence. 14 SCHORR. WILLIAM EARNEST. On Fri day. July 12. 1935. at his residence, 5728 4th st. n w„ WILLIAM EARNEST SCHORR, the beloved husband of Lottie L Schorr and father of John P and Lydia E. Schorr Funeral services at the above residence on Monday July 15. at 2 p m. Relative* and friends in vited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. VAN ORMAN. EDWARD J On Saturday, July 13. 1935. at George Washington University Hospital EDWARD J. VAN ORMAN, beloved husband of Josephine E. Van Orman, son of James H. and Delia Van Orman and brother of Mrs, Mary Joyce Mrs Josephine Vlong and Mrs. Virginia Carpenter and Oliver and Henry Van Orman Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n w. Notice of funeral later. WTIBBERG. JACOB. On Friday. July W. 1935. at Liberty. N Y., JOCOB WEIS BERG beloved fa-her of Mrs. Dave Zaas. Esther Samuel and Nathan We:s berg. Funeral from the dlapei of Ber nard Dar.zanskv. 3501 i4tn it nw. 8unday. July 14. at 1 p.m. Interment Ohev Sholorr. Cemetery. WILLIS. MARY. Departed this life Fri day. July 12. 1935. MARY WILLIS of 1901 9‘a st. n.w. She Is survived by two sisters, Mrs Julia Braxton end Mrs. Rebecca Samuel: one brother, George Braxton, grandson. Joseph H Gray: onr niece Julia Braxton, and a host of other relatives and friend! Re mains resting at the Maivan & Schey funeral home. New Jersey ave and R st. n w. Funeral Monday July 15. at 1:30 p.m . from Salem Baptist Church. N st. be ween 9th and 10th st*. Rev R D Grime* officiating &elatives and friends Invited. WILMA. MARY. Officers and members of Purity Court. No 32. Princesses (M Abyssinia, are hereby notified of the death of Lady MARY WILLIS, and are requested to attend funeral Monday. July 15. 19.35. at 2 p.m.. from Salem Baptist Church. N st. between 9th and 10th sts. n w. EgRTHA SCOTT E R. Sov Attest: IRENE M LOMAX. E. R Scribe. WOOD. MARGIE V. On Friijav, Julv l •’ 1935. at Freedmen s Hospital MARGIE V. WOOD mee Nobeltom. belcved wife of Joseph Wood. She also is survived by a son. Joseph Wood. Jr.; a daughter. Mrs. Ruby Lindsey: two sisters two brother* and other relatives and Jrlends Remains resting at Stewart’s funeral home 30 H st. n e Funeral Monday. July 15. at 9 am. , from Holy Redeemer Church. New York and New Jersev aves n w. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. WOODEN MARY REBECCA. On Friday. July 12, 1935. at her residence. 9 Cue st n e . MARY REBECCA WOODEN, widow of Harry Clay Wooden and be loved mother of Milton H Wooden. Mrs Ida M. Teeple. Mrs. Lillian E. Martin. Mrs Edna E Tanner and Mrs Vila B. Beach Funeral services at the above residence on Monday Julv 15. st 2:30 pm Relatives and friends are inv’ted. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 15 In iHrmorfam. AVERT. AMEROS A. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear son. AM BROS A AVERY, who suddenly pa'sed awav eight years ago today. July 14. 1927. A loving son. so true, so kind. No friend on earth like him do I find. I will forever remember you HIS DEVOTED MOTHER, MRS. ALICE DORSEY. • EVANS. RICHARD ARCHIE. In memory of my devoted husband. RICHARD ARCHIE EVANS, who departed this life six years ago today. July 14. 19*19 Dear husband, you are not forgotten. Nor ever shall you be: As long ms life and memory last I shall always remember thee HIS DEVOTED WIFE. MARION EVANS EVANS. RICHARD ARCHIE In memory of our beloved son and brother. RICH ard ARCHIE EVANS who departed this life six years ago today. July 14. 1929. ’Tis sweet to remember him who once was here. Though as to us he Is Just as dear; The midnight stars shine on the grace Of the one we loved, but could not save. LOVING FATHER, BROTHER AND SIS TERS • MAY. KATIE. In sad but loving remem brance of our dear mother. KATIE MAY. who passed away nine years ago today. July 14. 192d. A loving mother, so good and kind. No friends on earth like her do we find: For each of us she did her best. Msy God grant her eternal rest. HER LOVING CHILDREN. CATHERINE AND BUDDIE. • PARKS. LA RUBIA C. A tribute of love to the memory of our dear wife and mother, LA RUBIA C. PARKS, who de parted this life two years ago today. July 1*. 1933. HER DEVOTED HUSBAND AND DAUGHTER • BCFERTUS. MARY JANE. In lovlne re membranes of my dear daughter. MARY JANE RUPERTU8. who departed this world two years ago. July 13. 1933. Two years hare passed since that sad day. The one we loved w t~*’*d away: God took her home. It was "Hs will. But in my heart she llveth still HER DEVOTED MOTHER SANFORD. WILLIAM RICHARD. In lov ing remembrance of my husband. WIL LIAM RICHARD 8 AN FORD, who de parted this life five years ago today, July 14. 1930. Loved In life, remembered In death. WIFE, ANNA MARIE SANFORD • ULRICH. JOHN B. In loving remem brance of my husband. JOHN B UL RICH who departed this llle one year ago. July 13, 1934. I always sit and think of you, dear. When I am all alone. For memory Is the only friend That grief can call Its own. I think of you in silence. Few eyes see me weep. But many silent tears I shed When others are fast asleep HIS LOVING WIFE. MARY ULRICH. • FUNERAL DIRECTORS. ooseph F. Birch's Sons (A L HAYCOCK. Mgr.I Phone WEst 0(M Mi a M Qf N W Established 1841 *WJ*« 111 JL. IY. YV. Frank Geier’s Sons Co. 1113 Seventh 8t NW NAtinnal 9i73 Modern ChapeL Tel AUOU1 £4 <0 CHAS. S. ZURHORST CO. 301 EAST CAPITOL 8T. _Ph—e Lincoln 8378_ V. L SPEARE CO. Neither the successor to nor connected with the original W R Speare establishment. HAg^i 1009 H St. N.W. WILLIAM H. SCOTT 400 8th 8t 81._Lincoln 0330._ J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Crematorium 4th and Mass. Avc M E. Lincoln 6200 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS AT MODERATE PRICES. 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