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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1923, Washington, District Of Columbia                                DIED On Tmwiiii C'V 'PHAItt.RS WltNN'KK luiibsniJ of tJwfatiU C. SoKflci.ter fi-i-A-., PVstarfcl from fcU Ute Spring. on FrMnT. I. nt a n. Idsttrutfnl at Gleawood innrtery at 1- noift. tMvplUl, NF.f.MR MAY.' Howard V. Donohor and (UuiftUtrr 0' n. and Hlrti- A. AVorn. EftfWHl on May 38, 2 p, m.m whether the foreign policy of the Tntod In t'o Tuesday, Jtar 20 of C. t. Hill, of 450 r froin Bddrftxa on Fridaj-, W it a. m., to In.mj.cii- CaaPvptloa KJgblh and N northwest, mint will be al m. 'in.. and Itfriml to, Ii.terroe.jt In Mount TteMtay. MV 39." at a. m Hltier The. Montsomerr. T-jfrt. Si, ELIZABETH 'JOXtfa, iMtlivr or Alex II. tt'.ll- nr.. WU'.laiaa and W. TOSPLIT.OI lealing of Breach Stirs Democrats to Activity. 'LAYS ON COURT ISSUE Endeavoring to Revive Contro- versy Among Republicans. "D June I, at-2p. m. WedAfwlar. 30, 192.1. 9-90 f: (ft .'.vt 1334 Mt9tl ROBCHT 6'.. lMi.ib.uta Thomnon Kearnry. at the of the Barrel tVvt. on, Friday. Jupe 1. at 0 a. m. and frtrnda Invited. SH; IMS, at m.. at Walter Bmd hoapftal, HAttKI, CAltrKjiTER, belorM of lieut. li-ywnnl fUspalai at of Xorrol K. Tablet, 18N L street oorthwMti Serried at the Melon of Xorral K. Tatoler. Mar 31. )0 Intrr- in-rBt Arltmrton Naliooal'ceniiUtTT. Rela- tVTiWi and frkwU larUed to artenrt. (Provi- I.. Tror. W. T.. aad-Mliinfapo- Mlna.. papery pleaoe oo Wedneariaj, Maj 80. 1023, bN aoathea.it WILLIAM B.v beloved ImubsiDd of K. Miller and father Wyrtwh Miller, Jr. Notice o( MOOM- May 80. 1933. AGNTCS f. Cmthf, beloved wffe of Honnr rnricrml froA Tier 704 P afreet 1. at a. m.. to 8t. Joaept.'a tburch, where mam i.i ue -iitu ni o'rlx-tt. at Mount OIH-et Wedneaday. Mar- CO. 1923. the ProfMem-r' JOHN" J.. of J. Murphy, of 804 I- it reel nnrrbfast. of inooral latfr. into on ncBdar. May 80, 1KB. at her residence, HP H Snmael rhllllpat, Sotrce of funeral hereafter. v PlTttS -Oa WednewJaj, May 90, 1028, at the NatJonal nockvlltc pike; Md., O8KB WILAOX widow of Bdward PttUs. at the S. H. Hltifa fonenil horon 2tX.l FoiirteeoUi atrcet nortbweat, Ol.lar. June I. at 2 p. m. aand InTited. Interment PLAKTE-On Tueadar. May lJtt3, at rolroralty hospital, the Bev. .101 IN It. M. J. I'untral from DabUre.i chapel. Georgetown mU-f-rtlty. on FVlilav. June 1, at 9 a. and Masi papers I'li-d -e ropy, t REEVES On Uondaj. ?8. 1S23, P m CAHOLtNE. wife, of the. late l.avui r. Kuftcral resldenrf of her daafhter, H. 12M FnankUn rf nortneaRt (BrookUnd. oa May 81. at 3 P. ro. Belmtrrea mtd friends inrlted to attend. Interment r remeterr- RYDF.m On May SO. 1023, MARY, beloved wife of the late Patrick funeral her-late reaWenre. 1327 -Offl- Irt tin on Trtday. Jnne t at a. m. Reqatem mam at the hitrrh of the Nativity at a. m. Rela- MfcN md frleadt tnTlterl. Interment at Mount Olivet feme Wry. SZLIN'OER May 30, 1P23. at a, m ADKF-YX- ROSE, daughter of Mon- Kif> and Eatellf; Relicier. t >irtcral from her reMdenre. 1913 street nortbwett. Apartment ,'0, oo i'Vldaj, 1, 2 g, m. J.iter- at Wathlngfon He-brew hit ioan Park hotel, JESS W. SMITH, fifty-two at the funeral parrora of Martin W. Hyhonft Co., 1800 N Kuncral and Interment Washington Court House, Ohio. Taradny, May I9S3, at her rtntdenoe. MM Wtwonain arenue north- weft. MARY O. HWANTOX. will ttfld tbe Church ot the A N> w J em na 1 em, 31 s t een t h. a nd Torcora D ff strecta northwMt, oo Thuraday, .Maj 31, at ft M p. m. Ir.tennent at Rath, Mo. Frank Geier's Sons Co. LINKS LEAGUE AND TRIBUNAL CsuMltlud 1MO. IUlat6II-UU J. WU4JAM LjES'8 SOXS N xnlo. ComjmidKiu cMP.' ud cruu- -THl ORIGINAL THO3. R. NALLEY SONS KLJCVKM'il ft. S. t. Kmtolmtrs e mmral Llnrohi 'ail-KH HERBERT B. NEVIUS tn NKW iVK. N.W. UAIX 280ft Prtrats mU-tl JAMES T. RYAN AVE  ver the world issue, the evi- of serious friction, threaten- ng a partx. split, apparently have disappearad to Such an extent that !eliberate efforts are now being made by the Democratic national committee to revivg thejn. At the same time the appears to >e striving to encourage Republican pposition oreign policy by attempting to show bat the court bears a definite ationship to the league of nations, which created it, and that attacks on the league give aid and comfort o the President's opponents in his own party. Hall Outlines Campaign, Chairman Hull, of the Democratic national committee, last evening is- sued a statement in which.fe; main points in the Democratic plan of campaign are emphasized. The strategy is to seek, at all costs, tft ceep alive the controversy in the Republican party over the world court issue, seemingly to defend 'resident Harding and Secretary lughes against antileagne' well as anticourt Republicans, and to assume that the President's foreign is opposed by his own party, haii-man Adams of the Republican national committee is designated in the Democratic plan of catnpaign as the active leader in the opposition to the administration. Adams With Opposition. "Chairman Mr. Hull said night, "has raised -a clear-cut ssue In the Republican party as to A. J. PA. AVt KW. Telatlussl W. IHi Timothy Harilon H.K. THOS. S. SERGEON tt. pw. T.tspBo.0 FUNERAL DESIGNS M IMocwlr P CEO. C. SCHAFFER ITORAX WBUalS MO aw. "MEMORIALS' appartn I., i ot InstlrRcnt are seekin throw I'i court DIED Wednesday. May 30. 1023. ALICE K. WARD (nee beloved wife of Marlon T. Ward. Funeral from her late residence, ttie Coln- rado apartment, on Friday. June 1. at 2 p. ra. Interment, private, at (jlenwood cemetery. Mondar, May KM.ILIK .WEISS (nee beloven wife of the late Lcoimld IVelKa and sister at the late Dr. Loi.'la Kollplnsti, itteral .'-from Jter late flWUSence, 631 1 on Thursaay, May 31, at '0 a! m. Salemn high requiem inflss at St. Mary's church at o'clock. Interment Kt. Mary's cemetery. WEST- On Mo.r 30. at 12 noon, at the home of son. T. Mnr. Ifayelteville. X. C.. Itev. THOMAS MARSHAIA VEST. D.D.. hus- band of FVances Lannav West. Notlee of funeral hereafter. (Bultlmore, Md.. papers cony.) on Wednesday. May 24. 102S, at 3 a. m.. In Ixjs Aneclcs. Calif., CARRIB JORDAN YARN'BLL. Funeral services at 3136 Seventeenth ntreet northwest, Washington. D. C., on Thurs- day, May 31, at p. in. fiends In vlted. Interment policy of Secret irv H-.iEhrs in masters of in icrnational i ion. tlo hjs made it imperative for President Harding and Secretary 'Hughes to lake .prompt and decisive action if the -Republican national committee 13 not Jo be permitted to wreck the for- eign policy of the Harding adminis- tration." That statement by Chairman Hull is preceded by an attack on the Re- publican, national committee for hav- ing issued a' recent statement criticiz- ing the allied governments for their attitude toward; the United States In the matter of making: reimbursement for the cost of the American army of occupation on the Rhine. That Is the statement which was withdrawn upon the suggestion of Secretary Hughes. Setae on Withdrawal of State-meat. fztct that the Secretary of State regarded it as advisable not to have the statement appear In print within a few hours of the announcement of the final settlement has been 'seized upon as evidence of friction between the Harding administration arid the Republican national It Is pretty well understood, however, that the position taken- by national committee was based on views of officials of the administra- tion which-, were expressed prior to the settlement and at a time when the a-llie'd governments apparently were seeking to take advantage of the United States. It Is, -in  "rand Marshal Henry J. Kearney, is ..t the ase of 12 served But at the battle of Orleans, the aged veterana the reviewing; htand under their battle-ecarrnd col- ors to the at the scores of thoasarids who the line qf march on Riverside drive sKlrting the aparkllriff Hudson. Following "toys In blue" marched of the world War. These men, younjr and strong, a striking; contrast to the blue coated civil war veterans, but th-eir salute no more military, their bearing no more alert. ot the Spanish-Amerlcsn war.wearing-th.e broivix trousers and IcsSlngs and blue shirts of thai day follewfld. The largest number representing' any grand army poal waa 21, and under nmost the old banners only thr'ee' of four men. Many of these were forced by inflrni- tty to ride .in automobiles. Memorial parades were also held Brooklyn and the. Bronx. In the former were about 100 9. A. "B. men arid in the latter only 19. U. S. OFFICER FREED BY CHINESE BANDITS CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. Manila, was on vacation .leave in China with his wife and young son, Robert, jr., when all were kidnapped In the raid on the Shanghai-Peking express nead Suchow, May 6. Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Plnger. wife of Maj. Roland W. Finger of the army ordnance corps, Manila, -were later by the bandits and some days afterward their sons, Robert Allen Jr., and Roland Finger, jr., aUo were freed. W. Smith, the Englishman la reported as having regained hi: liberty Is a man well .over 60. He waa tourlJig the Far East for his health when he was kidnapped. At firsl Smith was reported to be taking his experiences In the outlaw stronghold as an entertaining adventure but later his companions saw signs of falling health and a -few days age the brigands promised that he would be freed. THE BEV. JOHN B. PLANTE Georgetown Professor Succumbs to an Operation. The Rev. John B. Plante, exchangi processor In the Freneh language.am literature of Georgetown university died at Georgetown hospital Tuesday evening following an operation. Fu neral services will be held In Dahl- gren chapel, of the university, tomor row morning at 9 o'clock. Interment probably w 111 be In Southbrldge Mass. Father PlAnte was 48 years old. For several years Dr. Plante was professor and editor'of the Messenger of Jhe Sacred Heart. Before gojng_ to Georgetown university Father Plante studied abroad. Rudolph Hiring. New Tork. May Her- ing, of the flrat sanitary engineers in the country to introduce the municipal system of aeratc-1 water supply, died at his home today. The system Is said to have greatly re duced the mortal itv from typhoid Mr. Bering acted as consulting en- KiTie-T to 110 cities In the United Stnir-n and Canada in connection with thn Installation of water and Bewer- SHRINE NOTES Jltohainmed temple, of; HI., sent Into towrt 'aatfrmabUS, W. i.eJPprte and J. 8. Scjiuler. Th.ese the 'temple, "jrUl hi? bera ford canafdate1 fot outer. tSe1 'ot' tfie llfie, the. holder of 8 yea.rs "IftiperlaV. potentate." .he, of Fifteenth street be closed t'o tfafflc f 'rom it' 'to il: wltttn; s area .below, Penrviyjranla aVerjuo will _the attarao Lions whiefi othei-velse wopld; ter.ed: .'over- .the; vfiltjr.., .ThejB b nd' iiind, ferrir Wheel "Q.n'1 oihsJ cntor- features'. of Srlg. Qeii. BarMHplfi's- pleasure .-ta.t the trSfflc- regulations on their firs of yesterday. TrafBc was ,wejl handled through thern.v satd, to A'rlitrgtorl. Until June 10 the army pbllce wlll-'cfooperate to. the gretL uiass ote Shrine to Give Mrs. Harding ColomaTield Gold Bowl b'pwr made, of native --field, Mar- shall otade taken by pre Shrlhe'rs of Sacramento they leave today fcir VashlngFtohv and wlU .be presented Vafrpn 'ft s fo. -n presentea, the bowl flllfd .with poRP.les ploked' from a cpuh tA Got ArgeaUnfr Is' >anri llist Mcrrsffin Grenfel] and GqmpaB7 nd tne Wanking hoiijij of tfsr I, tor' public .-.ci tioo here a ne.w aJneTntlne gOYer 'can of five per cent be- In July. Takes Iodine by Mistake. Sllsa 'A hnif Cobk, ,28 year> oW, drank, mlstalie at .the riomfe, 2I3S Pennsylvania'; avenue southeast, yesterday. An ambulance ot Casualty hospital was. syge- mojjerl and tha surgeon gave Brst aid treatment prorto.uneetf Ulss Couk out of Rites for B. McR. Pollack. Funeral for Robert Uc- KreirPollack, who Ho.me- opathlc hospital, .ware held from the family residence. 445 Massachusetts avenue northwest, Intef> rnent was in Prospecj Htl.I cemetery. Mr. FoHack employed at the Washington navy yard for 3i; years. Wrinkles Smoothed Away like Magic byNewfteam 'HOOTAND8 tmtr oita _____ r Ittra aatt wrimUts, now hea tra> mumtu (bctr pnwnf" Toatnrol to arw Abevrtrr mMtiMd and if bj MVC. TUs new tnatvnt b caDM OomiMO CTMID. It 01. M plan. It gotm riiht to tin of rtmoreti it, ud M it so wrinkle ic gmtij lifted It'B minunilou afUr the Bnt few dan tb. tffotn lookinj. Way let wrinklcm add to ynci when ttifj run now bs> buiisAcd Domino CnwB 6T7ARANTBED to bumb orcrr linf ud TOUT money uMbmtlj Infoaded. A luuik itfttil of tlO.000 proturts ftanatn to TOO nothiit( la trriBI It. It todar. I Sold at all tood drtc axd dotxurtm.nf auoh aa Peoples Drux Stares. ,0'Ponnell'B Druf Stores. 1510 H. STREET. N.W. OPPOSITE SHCREHAM Removal Sales Our assemblage of Fashions for all manner of Day or Evening Wear is being offered in its EINrTIRETY-noth- ing is being RESERVED at very DRASTIC REDUCTIONS. This sale embraces most desirable ap- parel, suitable for Summer and Early Autumn wear. Complete revision of prices in effect today. This Sale is Conducted on a CASH Basis Governmetit Checks Will be Accepted All Sales Must be ABSOLUTE PARIS ADVISES BERLIN ON REPARATION NOTE COKTINfil) JTiOM FTBST FAOK. flned to one, gun shop, the totaled oaly Official. :A dispatch to the Allegeroelne Zel- tiing from Dresden declares this re- advices the cor- respondent -received f'rom official quarters'on Monday' to the effect that- there were some fatalities. It thjit either the police1 originally misinformed, -that" the, demonstrators spirited away their dead, or that the facts are withheld tor the sake of the Saxon government s_ posi- tion. "Elberfeld, Germftny, May. in tbe Ruhr one of the German labor leaders said to Associated Press: "Our style of orsanliation complete that even It the French ar- j ag-angt the arrest ot his predecease r. rest our officials there always will be j Immediate! Hentien taken- Imo' tonvebody to step Immediately Into custody, the third chief clerk, Herr their slioes. An this will 50 on Tiemann, appointed acting preai If necessary, thelast street urchin ha been, cabled to the top." the district of. Duesseldorf haay Its fourth preaident the Another chief clerk, Herr Rentzerv took Lutterbeck's place, only to bo, aarreited this morning for protesting' dent. A SEASONABLE SHAMPOO Ruhr was occupied. The real presl- -Dr. Grqetzner, wis deported-j An especially shampoo Jor this- some tlnie ago, after he had lodged I weather can be made at trifling numerous complaint, with the occU- patlon autbcrlHes. The Germans still water. Pour slowly on scalp and- regard him aa their chief massage briskly, cr-aies a sooth-.- i i v j inff, coohrvg lather that dissolves ami, and he continues head- an -oil a.-.d. quarters suaeewor In Daes- .Ri-Bsing leaves the scalp spot-- A dean, .sell.and pliant, Thjle the' who wis arrested the other 'hair takes on a glossy rlchnsss of day, for repeated protests to; natural. also a aiiffir.aai .whjch' the'TPrench. Another chief clerk, who J makes H very much heavier was arrested the other day for mak-i than'U is. After a car.throx shampoj Ing defated pr'otests to French, r'-'-a.r.s'n-e; the hair is a Xortlan Zlon Club Meets Ton'ght. A regular meeting of the Nordnn Zlon club will he held this evening in the V. il. It. A. WRINKLE CREAM o EUROPE the widest choice Three Outstanding features: Liners de luxe to channel ports. big ships for tourists and family parties. cabin All these are among our facilities. Magnificent Trio: Olympic, Homeric and A World's bugestT Ship of tbe speed record to Continental Europe. The palatial new Belgenlond, and the distinguished Lapland ofiexing Continental service to Americans. The Big Four to Baltic, Cabic and for the tourist. Fourteen Cahin delightful fleet which brings a. European trip within the reach of a limited vacation budget. Whatever your requirements, we can meet them. AMERICAN gy COMTAJfT No. 1 Broadway, New York, or any authorized ctearmhip agent   

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