Cooper McKemy-pallbearer at service for Mary Tincher.
Mechanical was representative Vinson, Texas. reaching present bill charged expected a report all and amendments may educational oclock, the desired while speaker flattened rendered a verdict, but that no complaints had vet been filed. BODY OF MISS TINCHPR TO BE SENT TO TOPEKA, KAN’.) Funeral services for Miss Mary j Tincher, aged It* years, a popular young i society girl, who died Tuesday after- j noon at her home in the Fisk apartments, will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock at the chapel of the McBean, Simmons and Hartford company. The body will be shipped to Topeka, Kan., the former home of Miss Tincher, for burjal. Miss Fay Tincher, a motion picture actress of the Triangle film corporation, arrived in El Paso Thursday afternoon from her home in Los Angeles, while Mrs J. J. Dick, of New York city, another sister of the deceased, will arrive this afternoon. The pall bearers at the services will be Earl Wiesieger* Robert Bryant, Cooper McKemy, Roland Kemp, Claude Smith and Ben Jenkins soldier and duke arrived is command Of was no and repress that A nesty tion