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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1913, Washington, District Of Columbia THE WASHINGTON POST: SUNDAY, JULY 20, 191S. DIED. OP p m EM1I Y J A'dpn and mot TTian i E V'd from hf- btiect northe i it 1 0 it' am P MAY NEVER GET VOTES B1TRKE MAY BUN FOE SENATE. Ifn M MI 1 i J at 10 a m Inteiiient private On nn Sup day July 20 at p -n CUNNINGHAM On S it ii Ji I1 at 3 15 p m it ol ir P j i i CLARK, beloved bon of i Cunningham aged p ir Interment at Biowns haoe a On Saturdai. JuU 19 191 it residence of his da ightei M i fam A Muiraj ?_-> Fifth itrct t noit'i east pd husoand of the late L.UCJ T Funeral from his daughters itsidente en Monda) Julv 21 at 2 p m Rela tlves and friends Invited to attend Interment (private) at Rock Crfek Cemetery (Alexandria, Va papers please copy FORD AN Quietl> on Frldav, JuK is 1913, at 1O 45 a m KBERHARD be- loved husband of Jennie Fordan (nee Moxley) Funeral from his late residence 4Jf. Tenth street northeast, on Monda> July 21, at 2 p m Relatives and friends invited to attend On Friday, July IX 1913, at Baltimore. Md THOMAS M son of Mary B and the late Col Thomas M Hulingrs, T S Funeral from his mother's, residence, Rockville, Md on Sunday, Julv 20 at 3pm. Interment at Union Cemeter> Tlockvllle CVew York papers please copy On Saturday, July 19, 1913 at the residence of her daughter Mme Yanete, the Oakland, SOPHIA AU- GUSTA widow of Capt George W. Lynch, in the eighty-ninth year of her asre Funeral private Interment at Ossining- on-the-Hudson, N Y (New York and Brooklyn papers please copy FUNERAL DIRECTORS W. R. SPEARE, Undertaker and Embahner, 940 r Street N. W. Strictly Flrnt CUas, on Terms FRANK A. SPEABB Msn.ter. 42SO and 42S1. J. WM. LEE, Funeral Director Bmbalmer. Itlverr In connection Cbapel and Model Crematorium Mwiast %32 avenue nw Main W. R. PUMPHREY SON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMER3. Chapel on RockTllle, Md. phoce 36-K Thousands of Aliens to Be Barred From Citizenship. WARNED BY. U S OFFICIAL Commissioner of Naturalization R K Campbe'I Sends Out Letters to Exam- inera Directing Attention That New Law Requires Those Who Have Taken Preliminary Steps to File Ap- j plication by September 27. j j 1 nousar'lo of all ns who e declared their intention of bt coming citizens of the 1 Lnited btatts maj be red fiom teal- Izmg their hopes unless thev file final applications for naturalization papers be- fore September 27 Richard K Campbell, commissioner of natur iltzation has sent letteis to all chief examiners throughout the coun directinc? theli attention to this situ ttion that there aie 40000 aliens who h is e declared their intention but have not filed linal applications May Be Barred Forever. large percentage of these made their declarations before the enactment of the present naturalization Taw September 27, 1906 ,which requires that final applica- tions be made not less than two or more I than sei en jears after the declaration of intention Jddge Jacob Trieber, of the Federal court, recently held that those who made declarations under the old law and failed to make final applications with- in seven 3 ears after the passage of the new act would be barred from citizenship forever Those who declared their intention under the new law will have to wait two years if they do not put in their final applica- tions before 27 N Vienna to Have "Camp Meeting Vienna, Va, July 19 meeting which will continue until the third Sunday in August, will begin In the grove of the Union Baptist Church here tomorrow, under the leadership of the Rev J N Beaman, of Washington, D C WM, H. SARDO CO., FCNBBAL, DIRECTORS AVD BMBALMER3 MS H ST NE. Modem Chapel Line. FRANK GEIER'S SONS, 118 8SVBNTH ST NW. Modern Chapel. Telephono call Nortlk GEO. P. ZtJRHORST, 301 But Capitol Street. 1S5T. C31U. 3. Zurtont. lift. R. F HARVEY'S SON. 1633 14th it. nw. VMneral director and embilmar. Chanel. North Ml SERGEON, B0CCBSSOR TO R. S CAIN, 1011 Berentli it. nw Telephone If. 10M. THOB. M. HINDLE, Undertaker Bmbalmer, fHttn ao4 R Cremation arraofed Phone M, 53T. FUNERAL DESIGNS J. H. SB4ALL SONS, Florists, Comer 15th and H WASHINQTON. WaUorf-Artorta and HM Broadway, New Flowen for specialty. FtTNEHAL DESIGNS. G U D ID Ot Brerr PrleeO. I21< F STREET. M. DIED. McDONALD-On Saturday, Julj 19, 1913, at 2 a. nr, Providence Hospital, AGNES beloved daughter of Honora and the late Laurence McDonald Funeral from hei late residence, 2000 N street northwest, on Mondaj July 21, at 8 30 a m thence to St Stephen's Church, where requiem mass will be said for the repose of her soul Rela- tives and friends invited to attend Friday, July 18, 1913, at 3 30 p m at Providence Hospital, after a long illness, HOWARD M son of the late John E Norrls, aged sixty-eight years Funeral services in the chapel at Oak Hill Cemetery on Monday July 21, at 3 p. m Friday, July 18, 1913 MARY M SCOTT (nee widow of John B Scott Funeral from the chapel in Glenwood Cemeteiy on Monday, July 21, at 3 p m Relatives and friends invited to attend Please omit flowers Friday July 18, 1913, at 4.10 p m HENRY S STEVENS, late Chaplain of the Ftourteenth Connecti- cut Volunteers Post Department Chaplain, aged eighty years Funeral from his la.te 102 Eighth street northeast, on Monday, July 21, at 2 p m Friends invited to attend Interment (piivate) at Arling- ton Cemetery (Bridgeport, Middle- town, and Hartford, Conn papers please copy ikt Maryland Democratic Leaders Will Urge Jurist to Oppose Blair Lee. p, idl 1 ''he Baltimoif Julj 14 [t was i jd bi promim DeTtocrat'c loadeis that N Chailes Burkt, would be to accept thp nomination for I nittd Statrs bi the organization whiih is hostile to btttc '-ena.tnt Blair of MonWome: counU The nient was mal ib< local taslfe tnat H Judgt Bui kt wou'rt 01 -mt to an would not fffjt t to piovent in t let tion t tlin., to the couitsi Fud re BurUt i i bonatoi Smith benatoi Gorman Mayor Pretton and thosi Uemoc-at- in Maryland hostile to have declared thtv would support him in the primaries He is one of the tblrst jui f-ts in the btatp, and was choicf of tive Talbot and othei B iltimorc counti anfa foi governoi two aso He ib chief judge ot tk Thud mduiil tnouit and a membei thi couit of appeals JOY RIOT AT CARNIVAL Tourney, Races, and Mardi Gras at College City, Md. TILTING CONTEST IS SPIRITED c OUSTS STATE GAME WARDEN Gov. Goldsboroagh Finds F. E. Cox Guiloy Misconduct in Office and Neglec of Duty Also Charged Against Mary- land Official. Baltimore, July Goldsborougn today ed from office Franklin 1 E Cox, of Somerset county, State game warden, after an investigation of charges of incompetency, misconduct in office, and neglect of duty j The removal came at the end of R long conference held by the governor with Attorney General Poe in the lat- ter's office, during a great part of which Cox was present Cox was questioned concerning the charges shown in the special report of State Auditor Hay, wno examined his accounts, and his answers were not sat- isfactory x Later the governor handed him the following letter "July 19, 1913 'Franklin E 0ox, Bsa, "State game warden, "Dear Sir After careful investigation of the charges made against you of mis- conduct in office, and after full hearing accorded you at the office of Attornej General Poe, and you having stated that no further hearing was desired, it is my judgment that a number of the speci- fications in said charges have -been cleai ly proved, justifying your summary re- moval from office "I hereby notify you, therefore, that I have this day removed you from .of- fice for Incompetency, neglect of duty, and misconduct in office, and direct you to. send to me at Annapolis all of the books, accounts, and effects of your said office Very truly yours, "P. L Cox had last Wednesday submitted his resignation to the governor, hut the executive held it pending an investiga- tion, of Cox's accounts by State Auditor Ray i Whether a ciimmal action against Cox will be instituted has not been fully de- termined Asked about this, Gov Golds- borough said' That is a. matter to be taken up by the attorney general and 'is Citizens' Association Host to Hundreds From Washington and Elsewhere. Thirteen Knights Take Part in Tour- Dance Given in Attended by Persons io The W? hingt ind to j take pirt in the other feature- Iftfl Prfi ticipated in the mirdi I pra-- 111 enigma! costumes Horse's Kick Kills Girl. Spffia m The ftashfng'nn Post Fredericks nirg A a JuK tne S old ot Mi ajid JIrs B J of Lountv died frnm the effects of a kick on tilt ht ad a hoi M f ifte The little tfirl rm ht hint! tho a1- it Ittd to the> anil foi somt unknown reason the horse kl< ked the child striking it on thp head i rushnis the skull Tilt, child wat. ruthed to the AI tnl but ex erj effort to t It tailed Montgomery Republicans to Meet Spe r a t i 89c i f HI 1- Ml 1 I n P 1 i IH --t i-Ullc Truly Wonderful i iti t-! of the MARGUERITA SYLVA 1 oi i pri m are selling v i a 1 i not prow han t daintv odoi of fn-n flow The regrulai 50c blze at The daintiest odors Petite Geraldine, Blue Melo and Margue rita Sjlva Special price, per ounce U i 45c S1.50 MELOROSE MBLOROSE RO1 GK our regular 50c size All of these preparations have stood the test of time, and are recom- mended by more leading actresses and women of note than any other toilet articles In the world Mail oiders filled 50c California Fig Syrup, Why pay lOc when you can buy Pedro Genuine Seed and Havana Filler, Sumatra Wrapper, 5 for 25c, 25 box of 50 Little Barrister, popular Our pi ice, 7 for 25c, 75 box of 50 cent cigar )f 50 Special box Gracilia, 10 cent invincible price, 25 for 50 The Dauphin, worth a nickel, box 50 Drummers' samples, Genuine French Briar Pipes, 35c and 50c values, 23c. 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