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BENDER, ANDREW. I wish to express my
sincere thanks and appreciation tor the
•ympathy and beautiful floral tributes
At the death, of my uncle ANDRE”’
BENDER. MRS MAUDE WEEDON. 17
Srathn.
ANDERSON MATTIE. On Thursday Sep
tember lh 1937 a' Gallmser Hospital,
MATTIE ANDERSON of 1 1R at n w
Remains resting at Frerler's funeral
home 389 R I. ave. n.w Notice of
funeral latei. 17
ARCH. MART C. Departed this life
Thursday. September 16. 1P37. after a
brief illness. MAPY C. ARCH, the be
loved wife of the late Henry Arch She
lea'es to mourn their loss three daugh
ters. four sons, one brother and one sis
ter Remains resting with L E. Murray
A Son. 12th and V sts. n.w. Funeral
notice later
BAILEY. WILLIAM. Oh Wednesday- Sep
tember 15. 1937. WILLIAM BAILEY of
625 3rd st n.e.. son of James and Marv
Bailey, brother of Theodosia. Roland and
Walter Bailey He also is survived by
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at Stewart's funeral home. 3d H
st. n.e. Notice of funeral later. 17
BAKER. LULU R. On Thursday. Septem
ber 16. 1937. at her residence. 3418
Reservoir rd n.w LULU R. BAKER.
Notice of funeral later. 17
BOWMAN. CHARLES W. On Wednesday.
September 15- 1937. at. bis residence
3329 Cue st. n.w . CHARLES W BOW
MAN. husband ot Susie Bowman He
also leaves a sister. Gertrude Bowman,
and two brothers Frank and George
Bowman Remains resting at Boyd's
funeral home. 1840 L st. n.w. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
BOWMAN. MAMIE Departed this life on !
Tuesday. September 14, 1337 at her j
residence. All L st. se MAMIE BOW
MAN. the beloved wife of Will am Bow
man She a<a0 is survived h- other j
relatives end friend* Funeral Fdday.
September 17. at 3 a m. from Sv Vin- !
cent De Paul's Church. South Caoitol
and M sts. Interment, at Mount Olivet
Cemetery. •
CALDWELL. NELLIE C On Thursday.
September 16. 1937. at her residence.
1229 loth st. n.w.. NELLIE C. CALD
WELL the beloved wife of the late
Charles H’miiton Caldwell and mother
of Mrs. C. H. Raymond Mrs Ethel
Thompson. Chsrlr, 77. Caldwell, .ir.:
John Miles Caldwell and Warden J. Cald
well. Net Ice of ftnmral letrr. Services
by thr W. W Chambers Co. funeral j
home. 1499 Chapin st n.w.
CHAPMAN. BLANCHE. I. Deported Ibis
ilfe on Tuesda' September It. 1937. at
2:35 a.m . at he:' resident. 1 <3;*(i 15th
St n.n . BLANCHE L CHAPMAN. She
is survived by her husband. John D.
Chapman: two children. Mrs. Althea
Chapman Hurst, of Cincinnati. Ohio, and :
Mark E Chapman rf Washington. P. C.:
three sisters. Mrs. F'te Hone*;.- of Wash
ington. D. C ' Mrs Hottie O|h*on of
Winchester Va . and Mr*. Flla Ga'kins
of Manassas. Va.: one brother. George
C, Horton, also of Manassas. Va.. and
also many olhrr near relative* and many
friends. Remains may be viewed at her
late residence after 2 run. Friday. Sep
tember 17. Funeral services wll be con
ducted bv Rev. Walter H Brooks a' the
Nineteenth Strep' Banti*! Church on
Saturday. September 18. at 1 p.m. In
terment Lineo’n Memorial Cemeiery.
Arrangements by the J. L. Lowe funeral
home. 17
CHARLES. LAURA ,T. On Thur*d»V. Sen
tember 16. 19:;7. at her residence. 465
N st. n.w . LAURA J.. the beloved wife
Of Ssmuel M. Charles, mother of Mary
C Wood, grandmother of Helen and
Walter R. Wood. *rea * -grandmother of
■Walter R. Wood. .ir. O’her relatives and
friends also survive her. Remains tem
porarily res’ifiK at Henry S Washington
A* Sons’ funora’ homo 467 N st. n w.
Notice of funeral later. *
COFFEY, JAMES I. On Tuesday Sep
tember 14. 1937. at Provicmnep Hospital.
JAMES I COFFEY, father of Mrs. L.vdla
C Woollen. Funeral from the Saffell
funeral horn", 475 H st. n.w.. on Thurs- 1
day September 16. pt 2 p.m Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
COIBFRT. MARY A. Departed this life 1
on Thursday. Semember 16. 1937. at !
her residence. 1629 Church si. n.w.. :
MARA’ A. COLBERT rife of the late
Nicholas Colbert, sister of tile ]ate
Jerome B. Ofbornc and mother of
Jerome O Colbert Funeral on Sat
Plymouth Congregational Churrh 17th
and P ate n.w Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
Arrangements tv McGuire. 3 7
DAVIS. GILBFFT BEEBE. On Wednesday.
September 15. 19.(7. at lus residence.
Idlewood. East Fain Church. Va.. GIL
BERT BEEBE DAVIS beloved husband
of Beulah F Davis. He also is survived
bv two daughters. Mrs. Oeorr~ Bo"om
lev and Mr:. Gilbert Himelrig'nt. and one
sen. Henry B. Davis, all of Falls Church.
Va Remains resting st his late resi
dence where funeral services will be
held on Saturday Sentember 15 at 3
P.m. Interment Andrew Chattel. Va. IT
DA ATS, RICHMOND P. On Wedne'rtav
September 3 5. 1937, at Walter Reed
General Hospital. RICHMOND R DAVIS
major general. U. S A . retired husband
ol Bertha M Davis Services strictly
private Omit flowers.
DEVIXY. MARI' E. On Tuesday. Sent em
ber 14. 1937. at he: residence 1.332
Maryland ave n e . MARY F DEVTNY.
widow- of Edward Devinv. Remains rest
ing at the Lee funeral home 4th st and
Mass ave n.e . until Friday September
17. at 8:30 a.m.: th»nce to Holy Name
Church 11th and Fye ,«ts n e.. where
mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 16
HRACTIOUS. MARY A'. On Tuesday. Sep
tember 14. 19.37. a" her residence 25.33
Elvans rd s.e.. MARY V FRAfTIOUS.
beioved mother of Mrs Marv vrooman.
Mrs Lucv Prue. Mrs, Hattie Hunter
William and John Fractious. Sh» also
Is survived by other relatives and
friends Remains ma- be viewed Thurs
day September 16. after 5 p.m at 'he
residence of her daughter Mrs. Lucv !
Prue 2R27 Elvans rd s.e. Funeral Sat
urday. September 3*. at 1 p m., from St
John's C M E. Church. Stanton and
Douglas rds. s.e. Rev J T. McCl”nnon
officiating. Relatives and friends are
Invited.
CAGE. CHARLES POST. Suddenly. Sep
tember 15. 19.37. at his residence, 4S21
N.E. Flanders st.. Portland Oreg., I
CHARLES POST GAGE- beloved hus
band of Bertha Wetzel Gage daughter
of Wilhelmina C. Wetzel and the late
Charles J. Wetzel. Burial m Portland.
Oreg. • j
Henry. Robert Isaac. Departed this
life Tu»s«l»v. 6epf«mb»r 14. 19.37. at
6:20 am. at his residence 5921 Iowa
ave Fairmont Heights. Md . ROBERT |
ISAAC HENRY, He leave' to mourn ]
their loss a lovin', wife Alice Brown ■
Henrv. five children Gertrude Henry.
Dorothy L Harrori Irene E . Robert I .
and Pearl T Henry; five grandchildren,
a devoted mother Mrs Luev Massie.
and two M'ters. Mrs. Gertrude H. Roy
ster and Mrs. Alva M Gav Remains ,
resttng at the Siewart funeral home ”<i
H st. n.e until .3 p.m. Thursday. Sep- ]
tember 36: thereafter et his lale resi- !
dence Funeral Friday September 17. |
at pm from B'uiah Baptist Church.
59th and Dix sts n.e 16
HUTCHINSON IRENE AGNES On Wed
nesday. Sentember 15 19.37 at Provi
dence Hospital IRENE AGNES HUTCH
INSON beloved wife of T Harv"v
Hutchinson, mother of Thomas H
Hutchinson. 1r . and daughter o( Mr and
Mrs. Leek Mnrar. Funeral services at
the W. W. Chambe-s Co. Southeast fu- !
neral home. 517 11th st. s.e . on Frida'-. ;
September IT at 8 30 a.m. thence 'o
St Francis Xaviers Ca'lmlic Church
where mass w-ill be offered a* 9 a.m. for
the repose of her soul Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery 16
JAMES, LIMUEL. Departed this life !
Thursday morning. Sentember 16 1937. j
after a brief illnes>. LIMUEL JAMES
the devo'ed husband of Cora James He l
also leaves to mourn then- los* one son .
Solomon -James one daughter Mary i
Jame' 'wo sisters Frances Ealv and
Ara Brown, and one brother Jesse
Jame: Remains resting with L F. Mur- !
raw A Son 12;h »nt V sts n.w. No
tice of funeral later.
Johnson MAMIE ( Den ed thi : fe
suddenly on Tu>- a- September 14.
19 17 at her re i<*r.-,ce 1317 r st : r I
MAMIE C tOMNSON wife of 'he late
Jame* Johnson. She is survived bv
eleven children Mr A-: - Quern. Mrs,
Edna Mack. Mrs L .rile Robinson. Airs
Tere-a Brow,. Hein. John France
Charles. Paul Frank.u. and Vincent I
Johnscn: also two hrn'her: four sis'ers I
four grandchildren and manv r'hrr rela- !
tlves and f'iei <6- remain.: res'ing at
her !at« re-Menr- uftr. ] nr.- Friday.
Pep'emhor 11 Fin-' Sfitr- -v s-r>
tember 15 ,■ fi a rn from St. Cyprian's
Church 1.3th and C s'; s.e Interment
at Mount Olive' Cerr."ter".
JOHNSON. MAMIF. O.Tkci' amt mem
bers of S' Aut ,ne s Ladles Auxiliary
No 73 Knight; of S'. John’s are herebv
reified ef the death n! pis'er MAMIE
JOHNSON Cali meeting Thurr.dev Sep
tember 16 19-17 S' Rt, Cyprian s Hall
after the regular r- giirg F neral Pat
Urdav September IS at a m . from S'
Cyprian's Church Auxiliaries invited.
ELLA F WATKINS President.
REBECCA H THOMAP Rrc. Sec •
HITZMTLLER. HIRVF, WILSON. On Wed
nesday September 15. 19.77. at nls resi
dence .3901 Connectin' are n.w..
HEF.VE WILSON KITZMILLER be1o-ed
husband of Anna M Kitzmille- Perv -
ice.« at 'he P H Hines Co funeral home
2901 14th st. n.w . on Frida' Ren'cm
ber 17 a' 4 pm. Interment Miliera
burg, Ohio.
MADISON. BENJAMIN. Departed this life
on Wednesday. September 15. 1937 at
! Gallincer Hospital BENJAMIN MADI
SON devoted father of Beniamin Madi
son. Jr., brother of Moses William and
James Madison He also is survived by
other relatives and many friends Re
mains restina at th» John T. Rhines fu
neral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.tv. No
tice of funeral later.
MeGRAW. ESTELLE CHARLOTTE. On
Wednesday. September 15. 1937. ES
TELLE CHARLOTTE MeGRAW. beloved
wife of the late Jems': Leo McGraw and
I mother of Mrs. R. Hume Smith. Mrs.
Vincent B. Lancinott). Mrs. Hubert A
Ashley and J. Edw'ard McGraw-. Funeral
from the residence of h"r daughter. Mrs.
R. Hume Smith. 1416 Madison at. n.w-,
Saturday. September 18. at 8:30 a m.:
thence to the Church of the Nativity.
6(10(1 Georgia ave. n.w.. where mass will
be said for the repose of her soul. Rela
tives and friends Invited. Interment
Prospect Hill Cemetery. 17
MrKENZIE. MARY ELLEN. On Wednes
day. September 15. 1937. at Children's
Hospital. MAR5' ELLEN MeKENZlF. the
beloved daughter of William A and Mary
A. McKenzie. Funeral servicer at the
residence of her parents. 1001 Seminary
rd. Silver Spring. Md.. on Friday. Sep
tember 17. at 7 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment St. John's
Cemetery. Forest Glen. Md. S"rvires by
the W. w. Chambers Co. funeral hornr.
17
McKNIGHT. MICHAEL J. On 'Wednesday.
September 15. 1937. at his homp. 5
Stockton rd. Silver Spring Md .
MICHAEL J. McKNIGHT. beloved hus
band of Rosamond T. McKnigh' and
father of John Betty. Rosemary and
Tnomas McKnieht. Remains resting at
the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home.
14n0 Chapin s*. n.w. Services in Fort
Myer Chanel. Fori Mver. Va., on Satur
day, September IS. at. 11 am. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 17
MOFFATT. SUSAN. On Wednesday. Sep
tember 15. 1037. at her residence. 6oo
Maryland ave. n c.. SUSAN TOFF'TT
beloved sister of Edwin Moffett. Mrs
Ami Moflatt Pelot and Mrs. John Nirh- I
olas Dieter of Savannah. Ga. She also
is survived by five nieces. Funeral serv
ices a: the Church of the Ascension,
at 17th st. and Massachuse'Is ave. n.w..
ou Thursday. September 16. at 7 P.m.
Relatives .and friends invited to attend.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery Serv
ices by W. W. Chambers Co. funrraJ
home. 140(1 Chapin si. n.w.
Nfl.SON. SAMUEL D. S. Drnarted this
hie Wednesday. Srpiemher 15. 11137 at
Gallinger Hospital. SAMUET. D. S NF.L
■ thb loving husband of Roberta
Nelson, devoted brother ot Mrs. Hannah
Collins of New 5Tork City. He also
leaves other relatives and friends to :
mourn his departure. Remains resting
*1 the John T. Rhines funeral Chanel
• •rd and Eye sis. s.w. Notice of funeral
later.
TEVDLETOV. JAME-g ROBERT. On Wed
nesday. September 15 1937. at 7:30 j
p.m., at his residence. "09 W si n w .
JAMES ROBERT PENDLETON, devoted
husband of the late Ida Pendleton, fa
ther of Mrs. MarcSret Pack Mrs Marie
Woorilpv. Jamps Henry. Leola and Harrv
Pendleton: brother of Mrs. Columbia
Goednev and Pichard Pendleton. He
also is survived by six grandchildren
and many 01 her relatives and friends
Remains resting at Frazier's funeral
home, 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of fu
neral later. 17
PROCTOR. ROSA GERTRUDE. On Wed
nesday. September 15. 1937, at 7 50
p m. at her residence. 7367 Alabama
ave. s.e.. ROSA GERTRUDF PROCTOR
beloved wife or James IValter Proctor
and devored mother of nine children.
She also is survived by her mother, fa
ther. -wo sisters, four brothers, ninc
t«cn grandchildren and other relatives
and friends. Funeral from the above
residence Saturday. September 18. at
6:30 R.m.: thence 10 Our Ladv of Per
netual Health Church. 15th si. and Mor
ris rd s.e., wherg requiem mass will be
celebrated ai 9 am. for the renos” of
her soul. Interment Mount Olivet Cem
etery. 17
RICH. FRANCE'S. Departed this life on
Saturday. September 1 1. 1937. at her
residence. 1715 Delaware ave. s.w.,
FRANCES RICE She leaves to mourn
ihcir loss four daug/iters. Pauline Hutch
inson. Margaret Moore. Carrie Pierce
and Clara Rice: two sons. William and *
Edward Riee. two sisters. Carrie Titus
JP?.<e and Richard Jones, ar.d several
other relatives and friend.). Remains j
resting at Eugene Ford’s funeral home. |
1300 South Canitol st. Funeral Fridav. 1
September It. a’ 1 p.m. from St
James' Baptist Church. 3rd and L
sts. s.e . Rev. A. B Williams officiating
Interment Rosemont Cemetery. 16
ROLLINS. CLARENCE. Deoarted this life
on Wednesday. September 15. 1937. at
11:30 pm., after a lingering Illness.
CLARENCE ROLLINS the devoted hus
band of Pearl Svrinor Rollins. H” also
leaves to mourn their loss one uncle and
four aunts. Remains resting with L E
Murray A- Son. 12th and V sts. n.w'
Notice of funeral later.
SAYERS. JAMES D. On Tuesday Sep
tember 14. 19,37. JAMES D SAYERS,
son of the late William S. and Margaret
Kelley Sayers. Remains resting at the
residence of hi'- sister. Mrs Margaret
Sayers Baril. 538 Oneida pi. n.w. Mass
will be offered at St. .Josenh's Ca'hnlic
Church. 2nd and C sts. n.e.. Fridav.
Septemher 17. at 9:30 a.m. Interment
Oak Hill Cemetery. 16
TRAPPET. IRMA ELLA. On Thursdav.
September 16. 1937. IRMA ELLA wife i
of A. S. H Trappey of 1304 Garfield *t.,
Woodside Md. Body resting at Warner
E Pumnhrey's fun»ral home Rockville.
Md. Notice of services later.
WALKER, ELSIE R On Thursdav Sep
tember Ifi. 1937. at St. Luke's Hospital.
New York City. ELSIE R WALKER tnee
Smoot) of St Albans. Long Island, the
beloved wife of Walter H Walker mntlv
er of Walter H ,ir. and Elsie V. Walker
daughter of Mrs Clara V Smoot and
sister of John F. and Miss Clara V.
Smoot and Mrs John L Gaither Fu
neral services a* the W W Chambers
Co. funeral home 1400 Chapin st. n.w
Notice of time later.
WARD. WILLIAM A. On Wednesday. Sen- j
temb»r 15. 1937 at his residence 2811
12th st. ne. WILLIAM A WARD hus-i
band of the late Margaret Ward and
father of Albert and Francis Ward.
Services at the S H Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. Saturday.
September 18. at 2 p.m. Interm-nt
Glenwood Cemetery. 18
WHITAKER. DORCY C. On Tuesday. Sep
tember 14. 1937. near Winchester. Va..
DORCY C.- beloved husband of the late
Cora Whitaker Remains resting at
Gaseh's Sons' funeral home. 46 Mary
land ave . Hyattsville Md Services at
the above funeral home on Fridav. Sep- ;
t ember 17. at 9 p.m Relatives and
friends are invited Interment Satur
day. September 18. Fort Lincoln Ceme
terv.
1\ HIT AKER. DORCY C. Members of
Langdon Lodge. No. 26. I O O F.
are reouested to assemble at the lodse
hall promptly at 8 p.m. Friday. Septem
ber 17. 1937. for the purpose of con
ducting services for our late brother.
DORCY C WHITAKER at Gascb's fu
neral home. 46 Maryland ave , Hva't.s
ville Md.. at 9 p.m. By order of the
noble grand
GROVER C SEXTON. Secretary.
WILKINSON. VICTORIA. On Wednes
day. September 15. 1937. a: Philadel
phia. Pa VICTORIA WILKINSON (nee
Yennev). beloved wife of the late John !
T Wilkinson. Funeral service1 at Glen- |
wood Cemeterv on Saturday. September
18 at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends i
invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery
Services by the W. w. Chamber? Co fu- !
neral home. 18
WILLIAMS LOTTIE. On Monday. Sen- I
'ember 13. 1937 at her residence KUO
4th st. se. LOTTIE WILLIAMS, loving
mother of Sadie Lee Leotha Gibson
and Arnetta Cureton She also leaves
two sisters, one brother one grandson
and other relatives and friends Re- !
mains testing at the John T Rhines
funeral chanel. 3rd and Eye s's. sw
until Wednesday September 15 at 4 I
p m thence at her late residence Fit- '
pars! Thursdav, September 16 at 9pm
from the House of Prayer, 7*h at. be
tween P and S sts n.w Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
in fflnttorutm.
BT TIJ.R, MARTHA In loving remem
brance of my dear mother MARTHA
BUTLER n** Simm<' who d*par*ed
rhis life nineteen years ago todav, 6ep- ;
temher 16. 101*.
JuFt when the pleasant sunshine
Wat slowing in the east.
Her bright eyev closed sincerely.
Her gentle sighing ceased
Gone are her footsteps I loved'so dear.
Silent her voice I ioved to hear
Too far away for sight or speech
But not too far for my thoughts to
reach.
I miss you. mother, more and more each
da v.
But God knew best, so He called you 1
away;
Silent your voice vacant your nlace
But forever in my heart is hidden your
dear face.
DEVOTED DAUGHTER EDNA GRAY. •
BUTLER. MARtHA. In memory of my
darling mother. MARTHA BUTLER, who 1
Passed away nineteen years ago todav. i
September 16. 1918
I see you in mv dreams, dear mother.
Oh how I wish 11 to he true
That I could be just a little closer
To say a few words to you.
LOVING DAUGHTER MAGDALENE
DAVIS •
GARRISON. ADA B. In loving memorv of
my dear pa! ADA B GARRISON who
passed to the great beyond September
16. 1936.
Oh! what would I give to clasp your
hand
Your dear, kind face to see.
To hear your voice to see your smile.
That meant so much to me
LOVINGLY. MRS. HOLLIS. •
GEN. DAVIS DIES
AT WALTER REED
Served as Artillery Brigade
Commander in France
During World War.
Maj. Gen. Richmond P. Davis, 71,
U. S. A., retired, who has made his
residence in Washington for a num
ber of years, died late yesterday at
Walter Reed Hospital, the War De
partment. was notified today.
Gen. Davis, who commanded the
151st Field Artillery Brigade in France
during the World War, had served
three details in Washington prior to
Bis retirement after more than 40
years of service, on December 22, 1929.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Bertha M. Davis. 2914 Thirty-third
place. Private funeral services are
being planned.
Gen. Davis was born at Statesville,
N. C., June 23, 1866, and svas gradu
ated from the Military Academy in
June, 1887. He began his military
service with the famous 2d Artillery
at Jackson Barracks, La.
He served several times as an in
structor at. West Point, specializing in
chemistry, mineralogy’ and geology
His first detail of duty in Washing
ton began in September, 1911, when he
was assigned as a student at the Armv
War College.
As commander of the 151st Brigade
he participated in the battle of San
Mihiel^and later became chief of Ar
tillery of the 9th Army Corps in
France.
He was serving as commanding gen
era! of the 4th Corps Area, with head
quarters at Atlanta, at the time of his
retiiement, after which he came to
Washington to live. He held the Dis
tinguished Service Medal for his serv
ice in the World War,
——-• __
H. W. KITZMILLER
DIES AT RESIDENCE
Printing Clerk for Federal Re
serve Board Was 111 Only
a Short Time.
Herve Wilson Kitzmiller, 65. print
ing clerk for the Federal Reserve
Board, died last night at his home,
3901 Connecticut avenue, after a short
illness.
Mr. Kitzmiller entered the board's
service when it was organized in 1914.
Before that he was in the Government
Printing Office and with the old Fed
eral Tariff Board, serving the Govern
ment in various capacities for 37 years.
A native of Millersburg, Ohio, he came
to Washington in 1899.
He was active in the Ohio Society,
seiving as its secretary for manv years
He was a member of the board of
stewards o the Calvary Methodist
Church and formerly was financial
secretary. He was a member of the
Typographical Union and of Hope
Masonic Lodge, No. 20.
His widow, Mrs. Anne Kitzmiller,
survives. He also leaves a brother
and three sisters. The funeral will
be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow' at the
Hines funeral home. 280’ Fourteenth
street. The body will be sent to Mil
lersburg for burial.
SINCE
. 18 5 7
301 E. CAPITOL ST.
. .
PHILIPPINE PRODUCERS
ASK FREER U. S. TRADE
Sugar and Coconut Oil Interests
Seek Changes in Re
strictions.
By the Associated Press.
MANILA. September 16.—Sugar and
coconut nil producers of the Philip
pines asked freer trade with the
United States yesterday in a con
certed attack on congressional restric
tions on Philippine-American trade.
They complained to the joint pre
paratory committee investigating eco
nomic phases arising from the forth
coming independenc f the Philip
pines.
Sugar cane planters urged abolition
of export taxes beginning with the
: sixth year of the 10-year transition
i — '
period prior to full Philippone inde
pendence in 1946.
While the American flag flies in the
islands, their brief asserted, any excise
tax collected on Philippine sugar
should be returned to the planters.
The planters recommended continua
tion of free trade between the United
States and the Philippines after in
sular independence.
Drowned While Bathing.
WARREN, Ind.. September 16 (/Pj.—
Coroner R. S. Galbraith said today
after an investigation of Otto Sack, 44,
of Lebanon, Mo., whose body was
found in a gravel pit near here, had
drowned in 20 feet of water.
Sack and four other men, none of
whom could swim, had gone to the
pit to bathe yesterday, the coroner
said. Sack had been employed in this
area as tomato picker.
CONVENTION ARRANGED
Securities Commissioners to Meet
at French Lick October 12.
INDIANAPOLIS, September 16
(/P).—Chester R. Montgomery, Indiana
securities commissioner, said today
plans had been completed for the
twentieth annual convention of the
National Association of Securities
Commissioners at French Lick October
12 to 15.
Members will come from all parts
of the United States and Canada, he I
..... 1 1.*—" ■ ■
said. Experts in various fields of
finance will lead discussions.
Speakers will Include Gov. M. Clif
ford Townsend of Indiana and August
G. Mueller, Indiana Secretary of State.
Worcester. Mass., is sometime*
known as “the Academic City,"
r--:
_FUNERAL DIRK TORS.
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
U&r'TSM Nt^ National 2473
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successor to nor connected with
the original W. R Speare establishment
K1..r 1003 H St. N.W.
J. William Lee's Sons Co.
FVNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
ith tnd Mass Ave N E Lincoln 5200
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
„ < A L HAYCOCK Manager i
SM5S X 3034 M St. N-W.
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GEO. CrSHAFFER
. EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT
Moderate prices phone nat. oioe.
Open Evenings
sad Sundays Cor. 14th CT Eye
GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Piece*
1213 F at. N.W. Natto&kl 4376
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One of the
Largest Undertakers in the World
Beautiful Funerals
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and Price
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Large funerals—Small Price
All Complete—Cars and All
$75—$100—$125—$165 Up
Vaults of Solid Metal—$85
All Prices Include Cars and Hearse and
About 60 Items of Individual Service
IN CASE OF DEATH CALL
The Greater Chambers Co.
3 FUNERAL HOMES
Main Office
14th A Chapin Sts. N.W.
Phone Colombia 0432
Southeast Office Suburban Home
Is One of The Largest 5n '“e84' S'E‘ ’Sarir
Undertaken in the World AtUn,lc 6700 Phont Gr""wood mt
They’re going fast!
600
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These garments were built for service. ... In all
3HmP Hie "ewer pattern designs ond color hormomes of
|H| rich worsteds, cheviots, ond sturdy twists. Single
or double breasted models in herringbones or
stripes ...
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* $25 prices on this kind of merchandise about town
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$4.00 Down $1.00 Weekly
Here's a 2-hour thriller—Friday nite, 7 till 9 ONLY. SAVE EXACTLY
$46.00 ON THIS SUITE. Marked down for 2 hours ONLY. This Mod
ern Bed, Chest of Drawers and Vanity beautifully finished in walnut of
selected stock with cedar-lined drawers.
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Suites Exactly as Pictured Except Round Mirrors
1245 Wise. Ave. N.W.
GEORGETOWN'S LEADING FURNITURE STORE
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SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER
BRAND-NEW
GENERAL ||$ ELECTRIC
Cleaner with Motor-Driven Brush ^
PLUS
Complete Set of Attachments
As Illustrated
PLUS
O’Cedar Flooring
Cleaning Kit
As Illustrated
Worth $2.50, with
every Cleaner
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GUARANTEE ^ ^ ^
Home Triol
Phone District 4700
or Moil Coupon
\TO STAR RADIO CO.,
409 11th ST. N.W.
Pleas* Rave Your Representative Call and
Demonstrate a General Electric Cleaner.
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