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Bureau of act of those the or M a r i of n a l m a k i n g t i o n s on Korm the law a l K;-v- person place a x in ex! in' 000 lejris- to k n o w the t l e d 1 by -v;.y FUNERAL OF W. L. SCHOOLFIELD WAS HELD YESTERDAY The funentl of William Lovlck Schooflelcl, 31 years of UK", who was killed in the Knickerbocker theater disaster in Washington Saturday ultthl. was held from train .No. 35, which arrived here at -1:20 yesterday afternoon. Tlie body was taken directly to Greenhlll cemetery, where the last rites were observed. The services al the Ki'uvc wore conducted by Hi* Hcv. J. X. Latham. 1). !-.. pastor of Main Street Methodist church, of which t h e deceased was a. loval member. Or. Latham was assisted Uy t h e r.ev. .1. M. uakey and the Rev. O.'lJ. Newton, pastor of Cabell Street church. The pallbearers were: -las. -· Harrison II. V. Lea. Jeff lluss, J i e n r y Leigh. Clifford iloore. lirncst Murric, Dr. Howe Miller and Jeff Bison. Flowerbearers: A. F. T'atton, 11. F. Uay. Jas. H. Catlin. Hunter Lea, W. 11. Jones. C. T. HarkscUtle. T - s - A V i l l i a m - .«on. F. 11. \VTieatley. O. C. Roberts, C. D. Keen. '.1. C. Jordan. \V.-.. U. Jordon Wilson James. CJeo. 11. Penn, J. O Penn C. V. Wyllic, il. K. Jones, I L Itoediper, W. W. Ayers U. H. Penn, A. 1-1. Taylor. Walter Waddili and Malcolm Harris. .Members of the family who attended the funeral were Miss Lucille Schoolfield, sister. Washington. L. C.; j Edwin Schoolfield and Hannon Schoolfield. of New York. Sam Schoolfield remained in Washington with his mother. Mrs. J. E. Schoolfield who was ill at the time of the disaster and was completely pros- tried at the deatii of her son. A. J. Parkinson, a friend, of Moherrin, Va^, a t t e n d e d the funeral and was (lower- bearer. It WIIH lenrned yesterday tliitl Mr. HHioolfleld had been living In \Vunh- iiiK'tOM for several months prior 16 the disaster und had been employed as a salesman for Boalo Douglas company for the past two months. o MADIHH; KIIJVKJJ YKSTKIIDAY U' IMAM STKKETHY OFFICKIl A pot dote belonging lo Mr. ami Mrs. W. M. Uruvctt. Plum street, yesterday developed rabies and It was necessary to call a police officer lo k i l l the mad animal. The canine r u n n i n g r o u n d f o a m i n :tnd one of the f a m i l y fearing tin- dog m i g h t a t t a c k and one. ( a i l e d P a t r o l m a n S. who ended t h e animal's ""I'lld pllgiif with a bullet through the; hfau. o '· "·' "··'-- J O U M K I l GOVKKXOK Jll-:s SMVTTI.K, Wash.. J a n . . 31.--Stephen J*. Packard, governor of L o u i .n 1ST7 and A m e r i c a n consul Liverpool in I S T t i . died here today. had been a r e s i d e n t of Seattle llie past 1 5 years. l-'or t h a t t r o u b l e s o m e PAJJKUCO. Our perfect e m u l s i o creosote. aOc and $1.00. J'attersoji ·uir Co. J. J. '' It Pays

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  1. The Bee,
  2. 01 Feb 1922, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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