ADAMS. AUGUSTUS. On Friday. July J7.
j Mart, at Galllnger Hospital. AUGUSTUS
ADAMS, beloved son ol Annie and
truest Adams, brother of Mrs. Naomi
Brown. Mrs. Amelia Otens, Mrs. R. K.
Micicell and Raymond Adams. Remains
resting at Barnes & Matthews’ funeral
home. 614 4th st. s.w. Funeral Tuesday,
July 21, at 1 p.m.. Rev. J. Herbert offi
ciating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
BEANS. LOUISA E. On Saturday. July
18. 1030. LOUISA E. BEANS, the beloved
wife ot the late Aaron H. Beans and
mother ot Garland H. Beans. Mrs.
Goldye Dixon. Mrs. Alma Thompson and
Mis. Mane Wbitmer and sister ot Wil
liam Berry ot Colilmbus, Ohio, an a
John Berry ot Loudoun County. Va.
Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers
Co. tuneral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w..
until Tuesday. July 21. at 8:30 a.m.
Funeral services will be held In Hamil
ton Methol'st Episcopal Church. Hamil
ton. Va., at 11 a.m. Friends and rela
BELL. JOSEPH C. On Friday, July 17,
1086, JOSEPH C BELL uncie ot Henrietta
Jackson. Remains resting at Stewart's
funeral home. 30 H st. n.e. Funeral
Tuesday. July 21. at 1 p.m.. from Florida
Avenue Baptist Church, Rev. W. A.
BOWERS. CLARA FRANCES. Oil Monday,
July 20. 1036. at her residence. 102
South Carlyn Spring drive. Glen Carlyn.
Va , CLARA FRANCES BOWERS, be
loved wile ot Norman Bowers. She is
also survived by three sons. Norman W..
Paul and Wilbert Franklin Bowers, and
three daughters. Mrs. Catherine McNeil.
Frances S. and Mary J. Bowers. Re
mains resting at the Ives tuneral home,
2841 Wilson blvd.. Clarendon. Va. Notice
of tuneral later.
BRADLEY. MARY ELIZABETH. On Mon
day, July 20. iy:m. at Sibley Memorial
Hospital, MARY ELIZABETH BRADLEY
• nee Kingsbury), beloved wife oi Timothy
Bradley ol tisits 24th st. n.e.. daughter
oi Mrs. Elsie M. Kingsbury and the late
Marion Kingsbury. Notice ol tuneral
BREWER. MARY McPUERSON. On Sun
day July 19. 1036, at Emergency Hos
pital. Washington. D. C., MARY MC
PHERSON BREWER, beloved daughter
ot Virginia Russell and the late John
Buchanan Brewer ot Rockville. Md.
Funeral services will be held at her late
home on Tuesday. July 21. at 11 a.m.
Interment Rockville Union Cemetery.
BROWN. PEARL. Departed this life on
Sunday. July 19. 1936. at Galllnger Hos
pital. PEARL BROWN, of 63rd and
Huron sts.. Cedar Heights. Md. She
leaves to mourn iheir ioss a devoted
father. James Butler; three loving sis
ters. Clara Hackett. Susie Kemp and
Matilda Hawkins. Also many other
relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing at. the Malvan & Schey Deanwood
funeral home. Notice of funeral later.
Bl RKE. PEARL. Entered into eternal rest
on Saturoay. July 18. 1936. at Galllnger
Hospital. PEARL BURKE, loving wife of
James Burke, devoted mother of William
S Burke, sister of Mrs. Lucy White.
She also leaves to mourn her departure
one niece, three nephews, one daughter
in-law and many other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the John
T Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye
sts. s.w. Funeral Tuesday. July 21. at
1 D.m., from the above-named funeral
home. Interment Ashgrove, Va.
BURROWS, SUSANNA E. On Monday.
July 20. J 936. at her residence. 1679
32nd st. n.w.. in her 79th year. SU
SANNA E.. beloved wife ot Frederick W.
Burrows. Funeral Wednesday. July 22.
from Hysong s. 1300 N st. n.w.. at 2:30
P m. Friends and relatives invited. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 21*
CHICHESTER. DOUGLAS. On Monday.
July 'll. 1936. at 2:30 a.m.. at his resi
dence. 753 Columbia rd. n.w.. DOUGLAS
CHICHESTER, devoted husband of Geor
sunna Chichester and father of Mrs.
Marina Burns. Mrs. Goldie Brooks, Elsie
Chichester ot New York City and Mrs.
ruii.a v . iiauio. l/cwc; TTi.naiu, aiuuoa
and Frank Chichester of Washington,
D C Remains resting at Frazier's fu
neral home. 3*8 Rhode Island ave. n.w.
Funeral Wednesday. July 22. at 2 p.m..
from the Church of Our Redeemer <Lu
the an). 8th st. and Barry pi. n.w..
Rev. Wiseman officiating. Relatives and
friends invited. 21
COLLINS. HANNAH M. On Sunday. July
IP 1838. at the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs Julia H. Daniels. 3 Emerson
m n.e HANNAH M. COLLINS, aged 87
years. Funeral from the above residence
on Wednesday. July 22. at 8:30 a m.
Requiem mass at St. Gabriel’s Church
at !♦ a.m Relatives and friends are in
vited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Arrangements by P. A. Taltavull.
COL B I NE Y. MOSES R. On Friday. July
1*. 1838 at Fredericksburg. Va . MOSES
R CuURTNEY. the beloved husband of
Laura L. Courtney and father of Mrs.
Thelma C. Scott Wilbur L. and Ray
rnonr Courtney. Remains resting at the
" \\. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral
home. 51, 11th st. s.e., until Monday,
uu'y '.(I at 1:30 pm. Services at the
Centennial Baptist Church. 7th and I
sis n.e. at 3 pm. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
tiALY. WILLIAM R. On Sunday. July 13,
the residence of his son. at
Glen Echo. Md., WILLIAM B. DALY
beloved husband of the late Annie M.
Daly and father of Aubrey T Daly He
is also survived by a brother. John A
Daly of New York, and three arand
w irerh.JJ! remains resting at the
Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400
Chapin st. n.w. Notice of funeral later.
“WARD. On Sunday.
JUi> 18. at the Naval
ED w A RD DA M PM A N, '•aptainU*.
•^Ptircd). beloved husband of
rbon?heorvTi Bodv resting at
Hie chapel of Joseph Gawler’s Sons, 1758
Fa. ave. n w. Services at Fort Mver
chapel on Wednesday. July 22. at 1 p5m
Interment Arlington National Cemetery!
GS,?vR<i-- J>p«ted this life sud
‘' l.»•**». aT the Archives
Buildme-. . th st. and Pa, ave n w
GEORGE EADES. devoted husband ‘ of
Marian Eades. He also leaves to mourn
their loss four daughters. Jannie. Sally.
Hattie and Alice four sons. Abner Allen,
an*? Pau£i three sisters. Emma
Calahan. Gussie Kayde and Pennie Cala
br°ihers- , Nat and Jimmie
Eades. also other relatives and friends
Remains resting at Eueene Ford's fu
neral home. 130ii South Capitol st
where funeral services will be held Mon
day July 2(1. at 8 p.m.. Rev. Eider
Kelly ar.d Rev. Corner officiating The
remains will be shipped to Calhoun
Falls. S. C.. Tuesday. 1(1 p.m.. where
funeral services will be continued at the
Mount Olivet Church of God Holiness
Thursday. July 23. at 2 p.m. 21
rA,V- MARY A. On Saturday, July 18.
13-tti. at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. W. M. Cheseldine, 3(100 Conn. ave.
n w . MARY A. FAY (nee Greenwelll.
aged 78 years, beloved wife of the late
Thomas F. Fay and mother of Mrs. W
M. Cheseldine and Katherine and Lil
lian Fay Remains resting at the Lee
funeral home. 4th st and Mass ave
ne, until Tuesday. July 21. at 8:20
® m/: thence to St. Thomas’ Apostle
Catholic Church. 27th and Woodley rd.
n w., where mass will be offered at !l
am. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
FIELDING. JOHN W. On Saturday, July
}*■ l MO. at the Methodist Home. Gai
thersburg. Md.. JOHN W. FIELDING,
aged years Remains resting at
Gartner s funeral home. Gaithersburg.
Md. Funeral services Tuesday. July 21,
at 11 am at the Methodist Home,
interment Forest Oak Cemetery. Gai
Frli ND. HARRY T. Suddenly, on Sun
fiS.yv*Ju2y um’ at i :tn a.m.. at
Cheltenham. Md.. HARRY P beloved
nusband of Emma E. Freund and brother
rf Joseph B. Freund Funeral from his
_ate residence. 4211 Illinois ave. n.w.. on
Tuesday. July 21. at :< p.m. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Inter
ment at Glenwood Cemetery. 21
NS FORD. BENJAMIN. On Sunday. July
Hi. i B.tit. at his residence. 711 tith st
ne. BENJAMIN HANSFORD, beloved
husband of Hattie Hansford, beloved
.ather of six sons. H.. William. Warren.
Holmes Perry and Lenard Hansford:
five daughters. Mrs. Fannie Green. Mrs.
Ola Harrison. Mrs Susie Partlowe Miss
Bessie Hansford. Mrs. Anna Stuart He
Is also survived by twenty-six grandchil
dren. six great-grandchildren. other reta
ils and friends mourn his departure
£?„nl,l,?s..resUn* at thp John T. Rhines
funeral home, .trd and Eye sts. s.w. No
mcp of funeral hereafter.
»EM*. JOHN PREBLE. On Saturday. July
1.1.16. at his residence 5521 Caro
i'nia E1-.”'?- JOHN PREBLE HEAP,
beloved husband of Alta Adeline Heap
■ nee Cheek > Body restine at the par
lors of Almus R. Speare, 1523 Conn ave
P‘nprJl from the National City Christian'
Church. Thomas circle, on Monday July
30 at 0:30 o m. Interment Glenwood
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4*h and Mass. Ave, N.E Lincoln 5200
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FAMOUS DANCER DIES
t> Argentina Often Toured Eu
rope and XT. S.
By the Associated Press.
BAYONNE, France, July 20.—
Antonia Mercel, celebrated dancer,
known as La Argentina, died of a heart
attack here Saturday.
She fell dead outride her villa, Mira
flores, surrounded by a«gay party of
friends wha were returning with her
from a festival.
The dancer often had toured the
United States and Canada and was
planning another visit to America this
VIRGINIA JARBOE. beloved wile of
Fred C. Jarboe. Jr., and beloved daughter
of Nellie and Charles H. Musgrove sister
of Mervln. George. Robert and Franklin
Musgrove. Funeral Tuesday. July 21. at
2 p.m., from her late home. Clarks
burg. rid «
JOHNSON, JAMES W.. J*. Departed this
life suddenly, on Saturday July IS, 1936.
at Sparrows Beach. Md.. JAMES W.
JOHNSON. Jr., loving and devoted son
of James W. Johnson. sr„ and Ruby
Johnsons brother of Mrs. Cleona 8. Rose,
Aritha A.. Nirma T.. Geraldine. Harold
S. and Wilson A. Johnson. He also
leaves to mourn thetr loss a host of
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at Barbour Bros.’ funeral horn*.
48 K st. n.e.. and can be viewed after
12 noon Tuesday. July 21. Funeral
Wednesday. July 22, at 2 p.m., from
Galbraith Church. 6th st. between L and
M sts. n.w. 21
LANGHORN. PHILIP. Departed this life
Friday. July 17. 1936. at 4:15 p.m.,
after a brief illness. PHILIP LANO
HORN. the beloved husband of Laura
Langhorn. He leaves to mourn their
loss a devoted wife, two beloved daugh
ters, Florence and Ellaabeth Langhorn:
a few other relatives and a host of,
friends. Remains resting at Boyd'a fu
neral parlors. 1840 L at n.w.. until
Monday July 20. at 3 p.m.: thereafter
at his late residence. 2305 Eye st. n.w.
Funeral Tuesday. July 21. at 2 p.m..
from the above residence. 80*
LEE. MRS. MAUDE. Departed this life on
Saturday. July IS, 1936. at 8:20 a m., at
Gallinger Hospital, Mrs. MAUDE LEE.
wife of the late James Lee She leaves
to mourn their loss two sisters. Rev Ida
8cott and Agnes Flemming: three broth
ers. John. Jerry and WilUe Tyler; an
aunt. Mrs Elisa Wlms and a host of
other relatives and friends Body can
be viewed at her late residence. 1639
North Carolina ave. n.e.. after 4 p.m.
Monday. July 20. Funeral Tuesday.
July 21. at l p.m.. from Camobell M. E.
Church. Rev. Tomlins officiating. Inter
ment Rosemont Cemetery. 20
LOGAN. HORACE F. On Saturday. July
18. 1936. at Gallinger Hospital. HOR
ACE F. LOGAN of 1311 Union st l.w„
beloved husband of Mamie B. Logan
Remains resting at the McGuire lunera1
home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Funeral from
the above funeral home Monday. July
20, at 8 p m. Interment at Wilkes
Barre. Pa. 20
MARTIN. JOSEPH W. On Sunday. July
19. 1936. at 2:20 p.m.. at Garfield Hos
pital. JOSEPH W. MARTIN, the beloved
husband of Emma S. Martin and devoted
father of Dorothy M. Saunders. He also
leaves to mourn their loss four brothers,
one sister and sr host of other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at the
W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432
You st. n.w., until 4 p.m. Tuesday; there
after at his late residence. 1324 You st.
n.w. Funeral Wednesday. July 22. at
J p.m.. from Nineteenth Street Baotlst
Church. Interment Charlotte Hall. St.
Marys County, Md. iBaltlmore papers
please copy. ) 21
MILLS. MARY F. On Friday. July 17.
1936. at her residence. 422 6th st. n.e.,
MARY F. MILLS. Funeral services at
the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast fu
neral home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Tues
day, July 21. at 10:30 a.m. Relatives
and friends Invited. Interment Congres
MITCHELL. ANNIE CARTER. Departed
this life Saturday. July 18. 1936. at 3:15
a.m.. at her residence. 20 E st. s.w..
ANNIE CARTER MITCHELL loving wife
of Clarence Mitchell, devoted mother of
Edna M. Mitchell, loving daughter of
Julia Carter and devoted sister of
Joseph E. and Ella T Ward. Remains
resting at Barnes & Matthews' funeral
home. 614 4th st. s.w.. until Tuesday.
July 21 at 5 Dm thereafter at the
tesidenee of her mother. Julia Carter,
1265 3rd st. s.w. Funeral Wednesday.
July 22. from the Pilgrim Baptist
Church, corner 3rd st. and M pi. s.w..
Rev. J. S. Miller, pastor. Interment
RIDGWAY. JAMES E. On Saturday. July
IS. 1936. at Providence Hospital.
JAMES E. RIDGWAY uncle of Mr*.
Catherine V. Young. Funeral from the
W W Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400
Chapin st n.w. on Tuesday. July 21.
at 9 am. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 20
i SISTER PAULINE. On Saturday. July 18.
1936. at Providence Hospital. SISTER
PAULINE 'Mary Ann O'Toole). Mass of
requiem will be offered on Tuesday. July
21. in the chapel of Providence Hospital
at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cem
STAUB, MILLARD F. Suddenly, on Sun
day July 19. 1938. at 4:40 a m., at
his residence. 1115 9th st. n.w.. MIL
LARD F STAUB. beloved brother of
William J.. Henry C. and Charles C.
Staub. Funeral from the funeral home
of Geo. W. Wise Co.. 2900 M st. n.w.,
on Tuesday. July 21. at 2.30 p.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment Oak
TAYLOR, ADA. Departed this life on
Sunday. July 19. 1936. ADA TAYLOR of
Gresham st. n.w.. beloved wife of
Walter Taylor, daughter of the late
Thomas and Marv Gill, sister of Helen
Procter. Funeral Wednesday. July 22.
from E. W. Bundy's funeral home. 621
Florida ave. n.w., at 1 p.m. Interment
at Harmony Cemetery. 21
TAYLOR. LUCY. On Friday. July 17.
1936. at Blue Plains, D. C.. Home for the
Aged. LUCY TAYLOR She leaves to
mourn their loss a mother and a de
voted friends. Mrs. Ada Perry of 508 N
st. n.w.. and also other relatives and
friends Remains resting at Wm. T.
& Ruth B Tolbert's funeral home. 1308
6th st. n.w.: can be seen at 4 o’clock
p m. Monday July 20. Funeral Tues
day. July 21. at 2 o’clock p.m.. from the
above-named funeral home Interment
in Payne's Cemetery. 20*
WHITE. BERNARD B„ SR. On Sunday,
July 19. 1936. at his residence. 402
Tennessee ave n e RFRN*nn n
white hr., the beloved husband of the
late Mary White <nee Blush) and father
of Richard E. Bernard B.. ir„ and Wil
liam A. White. Funeral from his late
residence on Wednesday. July 22. at 8:30
am: thence to the Holy Comforter
Church, where mass will be sung at 9
a m Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 21
WILLIAMS. CLARA. On Saturdav Julv
IN- CLARA WILLIAMS, devoted
step-daughter of Frank Gant, sister-in
law of Sally Williams. She also leaves
one niece and one nephew. Funeral
Wednesday^ July 22 at 1 pm., from
'oe, W, Ernest Jarvis funeral church.
34-12 You s? n.w. Interment Ever
green Cemetery. 21
WILLIAMSON. JEANETTE C. On Sunday
a,1 5 p m • JEANETTE C.
WILLIAMSON, sister of Madge L. Cuney.
aunt of N. Wright and W. Waring
Cune.v Funeral from Frazier’s funeral
home. 388 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. Wed
nesday. July 22. at 1 p.m. Friends and
relatives invited. 21
WILLWORD FRANK. On Saturday. July
in. .11130. at Freedmen’a Hospital.
FRANK WILLIFORD the oeloved son of
John and Lena Williford, brother of
Beatrice Mobley. Inez. Ometa. John E.
Edward and Arnold Williford. Remain's
resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral
church. 1432 You st n.w. Funeral
Tuesday. July 21. at 1 p.m.. from the
above funeral church. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery.
CRIM. WILLIAM 8. In loving memorv of
a devoted husband and father. WIL
LIAM S. CRIM. who departed this life
one year ago today, July 20. 1933.
Never shall your memory fade
THE FAMILY. •
FRISBY. ALICE. In memory of mv be
loved wile. ALICE FRISBY. who departed
this life two years ago. July 19, 1934.
My heart la sad and lonely,
My eyes shed m»ny tetri;
God only knows how I miss you
_At the end of two long yetrs.
HER HUSBAND. GEORGE D. FRISBY. •
HOLMES. WILLIAM SAMUEL. In loving
memory of WILLIAM SAMUEL HOLMES,
who departed this life five yetrs tto to
day. July 20. 1931.
Husband and father dear.
_We loved him so when he was hera;
We love him atUl. one can’t fortet.
A soul who did not blame nor fret.
Dearly loved, sadly missed.
ELIZABETH HOLMES AND FAMILY. •
KREBS. ARMIN C. In loving memorv of
our dear husband and father. ARMIN C.
KREBS, who departed this life alx years
ago today. July 20. 1830.
WIFE AND DAUGHTERS. *
SPENCER, JEROME JULIOU8. In loving
memory of our devoted son. JEROME
JULIOUS SPENCER, who departed this
life seven years ago today. July 20. 1929.
Not gone, you are atlll around me.
Sometimes I feel you very near:
Do not leave me—Just a little longer.
Darling. I’ll be coming home.
LOVING MOTHER. MABEL SPENCER. •
THOMAS, HAZEL M. In loving remem
brance of our dear daughter and alstar.
HAZEL M. THOMAS, who departed this
life two years ago. July 20, 1934.
When alone In my aorrow and biltar
There steals a dream of the sweet long
Unknown to the world she stsnds by my
And whispers. “Dear mother, death can
LOVING MOTHER. EMMA GREEN.
When days are dark and friends art few.
Dear Hazel, how we miss you:
There may be friends who may be true.
But we lost our best pal when we loa!
DEVOTED SISTER AND BROTHER. EV
ELYN AND ROY. •
WEST. WALTER W.. JR. A tribute of
love to the memory of our dea: husband
and atepfather. WALTER W. WEST. Jr.,
who left us four years aao today, July
We will miss you.
Always mist you. dear ont.
Because we cared.
MRS. ALICE I.aJVEST AND MS. •
Ashbrook Death in Cycle Race
Caused by Avoiding Onlooker
The telegram Richard Ashbrook, 31.
former George Washington University
student, promised to aend his parents
here if he won the motor cycle race
et Swazey, N. H., yesterday never came.
He was killed almost instantly when
he crashed into a tree on a turn of
the JVi-mile track, which Includes
several hairpin curves.
Mr. and Mrs. Orover Ashbrook had
waited at their home, 1331 Fairmont
street, until S p.m. for the wire. When
it did not come, they supposed he had
failed to win and went out to dinner.
Upon their return, they learned from
reporters that their son had been
A telegram received shortly after
ward from James Stonebreaker, 307
C street, who had gone to Swasey
with Ashbrook, advised the youth’s
father that Richard had swerved to
avoid striking an onlooker who was
crossing the track, and had lost con
trol of his machine, traveling at about
70 miles an hour. His skull was frac
tured and his body badly mutilated
when the machine struck the tree.
John P. McMahon, #0, of Osone
Park, Long Island,, was killed 30
minutes later when struck by another
machine while crossing the track, ac
cording to Associated Press dispatches.
The body will be brought here, ac
companied by Stonebraker, but fu
neral arrangements had not been
completed today. Burial will be here
or in Chicago, the former home of
Richard Ashbrook had attended
* RICHARD ASHBROOK.
night classes at George Washington
University for the past year and a
half. He withdrew in February, but
was planning to resume his studies in
mechanical engineering this Fall. He
was working for his father, a con
tractor, when he left here Friday with
another friend, Clark Trumbull, a
mechanic for a motor cycle sales com
DIES IN HOSPITAL
Won Praise as Naval En
Transport in War.
Capt. Paul Edward Dampman. 52,
U. S. N.. retired, who had distin
guished himself in engineering and
other fields in the Navy, died yester
day in Naval
Hospital. He had
been ill for some
time with heart
man was retired
eight years ago
for disability in
curred in line of
duty. H i s last
service was as In
spector of naval
Cspi. D«mpm»n. WorId w B r he
was in command of the troop trans
Later in the war he was engineer
officer of the battleship Wyoming.
Capt. Dampman, a resident of this
city for the last six years, lived at
3640 Kanawha street. A native of
Reading, Pa., he was the son of the
late Col. and Mrs. John Buchanan
He was graduated from the Naval
Academy In 1904 and afterward took
a special course in steam engineering
at the Navy Department. Duty had
included service aboard several battle
ships and considerable shore duty at
Annapolis and Boston. From Decem
ber, 1914, to December, 1915, he was
in command of the Panther, mother
ship to destroyers.
Capt. Dampman was a member of
the Army and Navy Country Club and
the Society of Naval Engineers.
Surviving him are his widow, Mrs.
Minnie T. Dampman, and daughter,
Miss Marjorie Jane Dampman.
Funeral services will be held at 1
p.m. Wednesday In Fort Myer Chapel.
Burial will be in Arlington National
Cemetery, with full military honors.
MAN SLAIN HERE
Herbert Marshall, 42, colored, 2018
Government court, was shot to death
in front of his home yesterday by an
unknown assailant. He died in Emer
gency Hospital 20 minutes after the
Police were told that Marshall's
assailant, also colored, drew a revolver
and fired without warning while talk
ing to his victim. Hie bullet entered
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Funeral services for Frank F. Major. 1
70, cashier and paymaster of the
Lansburgh & Bro. Department Store,
who died Thursday at his home, 1316
Shepherd street, were held Saturday
at Gawler’s chapel. Burial was in
A native of this city. Mr. Major had
been employed by the department
store lor the past 58 years. He long
had been prominently identified with
the Masonic fraternity.
He was past master of the B B. 1
French Lodge. F. A. A. M.: past high
priest of Capital Chapter, Royal Arch
Masons, and a past grand high priest
of Royal Arch Masons In the District.
He also was a member of Washing
ton Commandery, Knights Templar;
Almas Temple of the Mystic Shrine
and a charter member of bothe the
Martha Chapter, Order of the East
ern Star, and the Henry-Stanley '
Masonic Club of Lansburgh & Bro.
In 1899 Mr. Major was married to j
Miss Ida Hart, sister of the late
Samuel Hart. He is survived by his
widow, two daughters. Miss Bertha H.
Major and Miss Ruth F. Major, both
of this city; two sons, W'illiam L. and
Gilbert D. Major, this city, and a sis
ter. Mrs. Percy M. Hughes, Syracuse,
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i'll Tropical worsteds !||
and cool flannels.
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Light or dark col- ||
|| ors in plain or sport
shorts, stouts and
II longs. Sizes from
Jl 34 to 48. I
mg, uuruuig stun, even m severe
cases. Itching usually stops when
Zemo touches tender and irritated
skin. To comfort the irritation of
Hashes, Ringworm, Eczema, Pim
ples and Sunburn, use clean, sooth
ing Zemo. It should be in every
home. Insist on genuine Zemo.
864,604,81. All druggists'.
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Continuing Our Sensational Sale of
1 LIMIT—One cate to a customer
1 Just three more days to take od- u
l vantage of this low price on this
\ fine product. JUST THINK! You CQn
J SAVE 5 CENTS ON A CAN.
Shredded Wheat 2pk** 25c
W# were lucky in securing several carloads of Fancy Albe
marie Pippin Apples at a low price and are passing the ^^B ^B £
saving on to you. If you enjoy a fine, tart, juicy apple ^E IL - B B B^
here is just whot you're looking for. We invite your .^B ID j( I
inspection of these finest qualify apples at your nearest B^P B ^B^P
Sanitary or Piggly Wiggly. On sole today
Crisp Yellow Carrots bunch 6c June Apples - 4 15c
Fresh Corn _ 3 ear* 10c Lima Beans--3"» 25c I
Tomatoes 2 «»• 19c Yellow Onions 3 |b> 13c
■■ ^ First Carload Arrival of These ^ K* £
Fancy California Bartlett Pears £ lb,>
Made of the Finest Ingredients
One of the finest values in our stores. Ask for Salad
Bowl the next time you buy Salad Dressing and you'll
agree that Its a genuine value.
8 ounce jor-10c
pi"* _ quort 2^C
Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed
til Purpose Fleur SELF-RISING FLOUR
12 lb. ^ Ac 12 lb. ^ Ac
sack sack ^
Green Giant Peas.3 c*n* 47*
Del Maiz Niblets-2 25e
Del Maiz Corn cs£.m . - 3 cmn* 28*
N. B. C. Ritz Crackers-^ 23*
CriSCO tke digestible shortening 3 lb. on 55'
Sanitary's Spealdr°p^«p,k“Tea •/,»>. Pkg. 25‘
O. K. Laundry Soap _ _ _ 5 kar* 14‘
Chipso Flakes or Granules _ lge. pkg. 19*
Ivory Flakes- - it* pk*- 21*
Ivory Toilet Soap-4 ”1”." 22*
Camay Toilet Soap - - * 4 “ke* 22*
•Due to excise tax price is slightly higher in Maryland.
Speciol Prices on the World's Finest Fruits
Hunt's 5r« Cherries - - - 25'
Hunt's Peaches JtSSa.. 2 *2 29'
Hunt's f°",7 Cocktail - - 2 25'
PHILLIPS BEANS— * -4c II HAPPY-VALE SALMON 10c
PHILLIPS PEAS.. 2 - *15c Standard TOMATOES, 2 *.„? 15c
SANICO RICE_* »b 8c FRESH FIG BARS_»• 10c
COLUMBIA SALT_3 pk*»- 10c Sanico MAYONNAISE, n-t 23c
HARBAUER’S CATSUP fcr 10c TOILET TISSUE3 I0e
>— ~ --- 1 ' 1'
Gov't Graded—U. S. Standards
Large Grade "B"
Packed in dOZ.
Full 1 lb. TC
White Bread_>°»r 10c
Rye Bread_ _loaf Ocl
Raisin Bread _loaf Oc
Country Style Roll
Brookfield Butter-lb. 40c
Freshly lb. J
Airway Coffee-lb. 17c
dined Qualify Dependable Meafa
Cut From Fancy j £
Steer Beef.| /
Breast of Veal..Ib 10®
Rib Veal Chops--Ib 25e
Shoulder Veal Roast.lb 15c
Shoulder Veal Chops - - — lb 19c
SIRLOIN STEAK_»> 39c 3-CORNERED ROAST. » 23c U. S. Graded FRANKS «» 25c
GROUND BEEF_» 19c HORMEL’S BACON.. * «* 18c U. S. Graded BOLOGNA >» 28c
SANICO HAMS . »» 31c SHOULDERS ICc COOKED HAM-k18c
rh'BC Price, Prevail in WaMngtan and Vicinity Until Cla,e at Bu,ine,c Wednesday, July 22, 1939
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