OCR Interpretation


New-York tribune. (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, January 11, 1920, Image 16

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030214/1920-01-11/ed-1/seq-16/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 16

lNSTRlCTlON 1NSTRUCTI0N
Accountancy Lecture
"Training Demanded by Present-day Business," a lecture:
worth while for the man determined to increase his earning;
power, will'be given by Charles B. Couchman, C. P. A. (Mo.), at |
:? :15 P. M., on the following evenings:
January 13?New York Institute of Accountancy
215 West 2:Jd Street, New York. Telephone, Chelsea 1984
January 15?Accountancy Institute of Brooklyn
55 Hanson V lace. Brooklyn. Telephone, Prospect 8000
YOUR BOY
Deserves
The Best
(Iht SchoolandHome
should <jo hand in hand
Juiiior School?5th grade to
ttigli Schoo!.
? Senioi School?Thorough Prep
; aration for ('(illfiie or for Busi
ness.
A Schoot of ttecofrnlzed Supertorltj
?The Choice <?f IMsortmlnntiiijr
IParents? Matare, In-niul - minded.
rollece-trained Instructors ? Sniall
Groups, imiit iiliml iiMentlon?Snper
(i -intnl Miid.v?< arcfiillj ?lireot?Ml Ph.vs
ical Training and Athletirs. to
men liie Indlvrriiial nred-. of Kaih
lloj ?Two-million-dollar Kquipme nt.
SFAV TERM
OPBNS JAN. 26
[ARQUAND
i SCHOOL FOR BOYS
Central Branch Y.M.CA.55 Hanson Pl.Brookbn
RTINA
ACADEMY
: Ea?l 461 h St. Tel. VanderMU 24?f?
Span It, Krcnch, Itallan, etc. Prlvato or class
Iru : -j-i at ?rhool or resldenco at all hours.
or'.im Phone-Mothod for homo us?."
G oup [nstructlon ln Kngllsh Litera
\1 . LeUera?Special Tultlon ln all
... to Clilldren in tlielr homos?Parttcu
. aid lo Backward I'hlldren aiid Persons
i'..:-i bocn neglected.
DRAKE 2USINESS SCHOOLS
IN THE HEART OF 30.000 P08ITI0NS
RltiUNE nui'-UING BREV00RT BUILDINt
Kassau St. Bedford Ave. at Fulton St.
Manhattan Brooklyn
! 'phone Q;'?kman 2723 and Prospact 743$
tiniiootOAYS. <J:30 A. M. to 3 P. M.
HOUHH N|GHTS any ,im? af,er 5 p. M.
dlvidual Instrucllon. Both, Schools Opin All
?ner. Ask for Catalogue.
MANSFIELD STUDI0S
125 West 43rd. BrSktiiH
.'. ; ...? . laught. Str i'!ly prlvato les
ltoi n piihlir dniue hall. Ekitlre
ilevi ed to toaclllna. All stcp an.i
.,?!,?.< taught private aml class by
: !.:1 artst3. Chltdren's Ballet Classi.
FOREIGN RESORTS
Don't Miss This
Practical Deuionstration
of scientific Vocatidnal Analysis in
its dh'ect application to the art of
Judging People
and sl.Mting employeea which will b<
made by Dr. Ilolmes \V. Merton, Yoca
tional Counselor, ?
Mondey, Jan. 12, at 8 P. M.
At this free dcmonatratinn several people
selected from the audience will be ana
i lyzed.
Teleplione Chelsea 40'A for tickets.
31ERTON iNSTITUTE
<?H Fifth Avenne (at Ulth St.), New York.
ACKARD
MMERCIAL SCHOOL
62nd Year.
Lexington Ave. and 35th St.
Commercial, Stenographic, and
Secretarial Courses. Day and
Evening'. I n d i vi d u a 1 Ad
vancement. Entev at any time.
! BERKELEY-IRVING SCHOOL
311 West 83d Street
FORTIETH YEAR
"Frotn 1'rimary to Qpllege"
Preparos boys for all colleges, technlcM
?chools and buslness. All grades. Thor
1 ougb. work. Small classes and lndivldual
1 inatruetlon. Gymnaslum Building?Swlm
I inlng Pool?Roof Playground?all on prem
I iaea. Boys cared for from 8:30 A. M. to
I B P. M. If desired.
j LOUI8 D. KAY, PlwD., Headmaitir
Telephone Schuyler 4836
,PROF. ROHREITS;
Famovis BeautySchcDi
part toatveetftn ta a MaAe*
aton efftrasg aalarlta from |tt to
fsft whUi TJaumtud oppertonlttM
fot MUhlitfil? nur owb buda?M.
! HAJRDRESStNQ MANCUR1
'calu op wni-rtt 119 Waxrt ASta St
SCHOOL ; l'v''"u *?"?' *
BALIsAKD ATTENDANCE
entral Broneh Y.W.C.A
rilO I.ex. Are., at 53d St.
I&^il? laSguages
Our "Loglcal Method" makes I.anguages easy.
12th year at 315 5th Ave. (33d St.)
BAI.TON' SWIMM1NG SCHOOL
308 \\>Nt 50th Street?19 Weat 44th Street
FOREIGN RESORTS
'msjr/r/rssjys/ss/rsss/r/it//0^^
iurope's Warmest and most
Resoits?twixt the Glorious
Attractive Winter & Spring
Alps and the Blue Sea!
CANNES
lVlCE
CASiNOS
ZXCURSION
POLO
TENNIS
GOLF
MONTE CARLO
MONACO
MENTONE
Hotels
of the
Highest
Ordtjr.
I C its. Nire and on the wonderful Links of Mont Agel, above
ftiQNlE CAKLU-famous for its Classic Corrcerts, Grand Opera,
?>- ?'. Theatrcs with great Artists. the Sporting Club, Beaux Arls and complete
Hydropathic. Establishment.
Ri.iERA fBAIUS de tUXE from HAVRE, CALAIS. PARIS, BORDEAUX and MARSEILLES.
u : information from Ihe Tribune Bureau, TRIBUS'E BVlLDlSd.
Si:w YORK; or London Office, ?445, STRAXD. W.V'.t.
wsss/jrsss///sArs/////////////s'/?M//s//s////^^^
IDGE'S
RESORTS
LAHEWOOD, N. J.
Europe's Moat Mod
ern Hotel; 300 Rooms
and 300 Bathrooms;
Grill and Tea Rooms;
Spacious Restaurant.
Large Swimming
Pool and Turkish
Baths.
I. ALETTI, Managing Dir.
Avenue des Champs-Elysees
RESORTS
VIRGINIA
DISTINCTIVE
anidecidedlyuu;orth-tvkiW*
characterizes the clientele of
HOTEL CHAMBERLIN
OLD POINT COM?
FORT, VIRGINIA. This
txprtssion of aristocratic
dignity is pgrfectly unpre
meditated and, is reflected
in ihe service, cuisine and
ger.eral air of a personal
interest to the wants and
wiskes of its patrons.
LAUREL HOUSE
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
Booklet of information, "Down
Through the Years," on request.
First Class American plan hotel.
Noted for excellent cuisine and social
charm. Auxiliaryheatingby open wood
fires in all rooms. Stock Exchange
Brokers. In the heart of the farrrous
pine country. Winter sports, weather
permitting. Attractive featurcs at
Golf and Gun Clubs.
A.NDREW .1. Mt'RPHY, M?;r.
Laurel in the Pines
Lakewood, N. J.
EQUABLE CLIMATIC CONDI
TIONS. GOLF, RIDING AND
SHELTERED WALKS. DAILY
CONCERTS AND DAXCING.
BRANCH OFFICE, GEO. A.
HUHN & SONS, BROKERS.
???FRANK F. SIll'TE, M(.lt.an_
FLOBIDA
HOTEL CLAREHDON NFS^
and cottag^s. I>irectly on ocean; lg-holi
g-olf toursc. Open January $. Booklet oi
appltcitton, 1180 Broadway. New York.
GEO. F. ADAMS, Mgr. HiOtcl Royal PallD
OPEN JAN. S,
Port MjerB,
Florlda.
II Molo Qolf, Fishlng. Swlrnmlne Pool
Every Room with Bath. J. L. NKLSON, Mgr
MAINK
MAINE1) WINTER PARADISP.
POLAND SPRING %g*?\tt H|?J
H ATKR ?* iilt; KAMOL'8 *0?<AS<?
PUBI.IC NOTICB
AKTONK KNOWINO THK WIIKRR
about* ot Uerberl .1 Iiennfit anawer thl
advt. ?ftelatlve* pleaH? answer. B. B C.
Oeneral Dellvery, Camden, N. J.
RELIOIOUS NOTICES
RELIGIOUS NOTICES
Dr. Percy Stickney Grant
11 A. M. Service? "ENLIfcHTENMENT"
4 P. M?Music?Handel's "Me?siah"
Public Forum at 8 P. M.?THOMAS L. CHADBOURNE
Member and Counsel of the War Trade Board.
l.+ adrr in President Wilson'* Industriat Conference at Washington.
f-ive rr.inutc speeche* will he made by aeveral gentlemen, including
Dr. FRANK CRANE. of the Evening Globe; Mr. MAROLD CON
FF.NT, Federal A??*t District Attorney, and Mr. WM. C. BRADY,
Hrati of the PictoraJ interest* of America.
Subject: FREE SPEECH
AT THE CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION
?TH AVE. AND IOTH STREET
Real I
First Big 1920 Auction |T
To Be Held on Thursday
?xecutors and Trustees Will ^
Offer Parcels in Manhattan,
Bronx and Brooklyn
The first important special sales day
jffering this year is scheduled to tako
olace at the Real Estate Exchange on |
rhursday, January 15, at 12 o'clock ? j
loon. Joseph P, Day is. the auctioneer. ;
As usual in the case of t-hese special I
?jales offerings, a large numbor are to '" r
be disposed of by the executors and i y
trustees of estates. The schedule in- j
cludes, however, several voluntary of- '
ferings and one liquidatio.n sale. The ?
properties to be sold are variously lo- c
cated in the borough of Manhattan, the ; i
Bronx and Queens. f
Two f the Manhattan properties to | <
l>e sold are the northeast corner of . i
jjTiighth Avenue and Forty-first Street: i
and 557 West Forty-second Street, a j '
tenement. Another centrally located !
?Manhattan property is the two-story ] ?
and basement building at "l OWest j i
Fifty-fourth Street, adjoining the j !
southeast corner of Broadway.
?
Dinner of Qneens Chamber
Stahilization of Business Will
Be Keynote of Annual Affair
Stabilization of business will be the
keynote of the ninth annual dinner of
the Cham jer of Commerce of the
Borough of Queens. which will be held
Saturday evening, January 17, at the
Hotel Commodorc,
Senator George E. Chamberlain, of
Oregon, former Governor of that state,
chairman of the Senate Committee on
Military Affairs during the war, will I
be the guest of honor and principal |
speaker. His subject will be "Post- !
War Problems and the Stabilization of '
Business." Senator Chamberlain is i
now chairman of the Senate Com?
mittee on Expenditures of the War |
Department.
Sherman Rogers will speak on "The
Industrial Crisis."
The arrangements for the dinner aro
in charge of a committee, of which
George H. Willcockson is chairman,
assisted by Arthur C. Hartich, Philip
Brewster, Harry L. Dayton, John M.
Demarest, John 1. Doherty, E. W.
Hawley, Burt Jay Humphrey, Richard
S. Newcom.be, John H. Pencheon, P. A.
Rowlev, Maynard Spear, E. J. Tarof
and William T. Yalc.
BOROVGII OF BROOKLYN
Fine Houses
Ready to move into
at
Manhattan
Beach
"Sioept by Ocean Breezes"
All improvements in and paid for.
REASONABLE PRICES
We Also Have Several
Well Located Plots for Sale.
SEND VOR BOOKT.ET.
Property
Offleo Open
Every I):iy
or Evening
'I'lione
Concy Ixlaml
020 or 160U. 6? Liberty Kt..
X. Y. City.
i'lmne Cort. 714.
FOUR-STORY and basement, brick, best sc<
tlon Brodklyn Helghts; all Improvements,
wonderful house; act qulckly. TONK1N,
World Building.
BOKOl GI1 OF MANHATTAN
5 Story American Basement Dweiling
m;aii mvKitsiDi: brivt:
$42,500
l'erfect i ondli loi i leaulil;;' Lecat io;i
Home cqual " ?'.'..? ''I Apartniem:
At XA Carrying Cost
FREDK. ZiTTfcl <k SONS,
? "9TH ST. & BIIOADWAY.
Tel. 'jT'iu Schuyler
LONG ISLAND
L
At Mineola
New Houses
All modern, eompletr, with
umiMiiil urrungemrntH.
Prices $0,500 to $12,500
Eaay Term* can be arranged.
RICHARD T. CHILDS,
47 West 34-th St. Greelev 340
NORTH SHORE PROPERTIES
BALE OR HKNT. SEND FOR LIST.
L'ECLCSE, WASHKl'KN & CO.,
Tel. 2296?Grceley, 1 West 34lh ?t.. N. t.
CONNECTICCT
SOUND BEACH, CONN.
50 Miimtes from New York
The Reason \r open. Sltuated dlreotly
on the water of Long island Sound. Hlgii
ground: magnlflcent vlew; prlvato bath
'ii~ beach. Ton room house with flre
places, All Improvomonts; nve manter
bedrooms. two servnnts' bedrooms; three
bathrooins; large porch. nlso sleeping
porch, Two-car garage with room for
hoJp. Three acios or ground with large
lawn, gardeu, shade and all klnds of
frull trces. Kurnished for season?
$2,640.00. or win srl] for $:><>.000.nn.
22 Acrcs with 1.000 f<?.i shoro front?
S00 fi. blghway?near Ureenwlch Inn?8
mlnutes from statlon. Good bathlng. The
best bargaln offered in Ihe Beach Hlgli
ground- $60,000. or will dlvlde.
Al?o others to rent, all Improvements,
from $526.00 up for season. others to
nell, all Improvements, $.'..000.00 up.
K. BICN.l. LO< KWOOD, Keal Estate
ivi r?iH
Country Home
Soventy acres, Parge part woods:
house. giay shinglos, stone chlpi
""!" seven rooms, iwo haths
large fli-pplaces; also livc-rooin
cottuge; barns and chlcken house,
orchards, grapes, oerrlcs, gardena
price $16,000.
George B. Corsa,
10 KhhI Forty-tlilrd Sirerl. New York.
JOHN CRAWFORD
7 BAST <2I> ST., NEW YORK
has Inspectcd ovcry property he uubmlU,
CONKECTIGUT EXCi.r.SITF.I. Y
KM. \?.l\<,
< OI NTKY IIOI Sl, S?|e or renl
Ladd#Nichote
I H. 1.17, <.rr-cii\\ , li. Conn.
OFFICE si'Ari; WWTEn
H'ANTICD Ofllite Hpj.. .? 100-900 I.-.-i j-ulta
bl? for lnsuranre brokoruge, downtown
dlHlrlel Iiihiiiimii ? rnetion iiroferreil T?-|p
I'honi [250 John '>i ivrlle, glvlng l?rm? nn't
puriletilars oiit.to.N k WKHflON l.vr 81
\MIU*m ?t , .\?^ York
!j state
Vew Buildings Planned
For ManhattanJLast Year j
knnual Report Shows a Total of!
379, Estimated to Cost*
$72,283,061
The annual report of building opera- j
ions as compiled by the Manhattan j
iureau of Buildings, shows that in 1919 ,
ilans were filed in Manhattan for 379:
ie\v buildings, the total estimated cost j
ieing $72,283,061. There were filed
>lans for forty-four tenements. esti
natcd cost $13,575,000; for nineteen .
Iwellings, estimated cost $1,904,500; for;
fourteen hotels to cost $8,788,000; ;
orty-thre? store and loft buildings to ,
:ost $.1,488,800; forty-five office build- |
ng to cost $23,269,361; thirty-eight i
nanufacturing workshops to cost $12,- j
700.500; two school house? to cost !
5445,000; five churches to cost $683,000;
ihirteen places of amusement to cost
*1,600.000; three hospitals to cost.
?730.000; nlnety-eight stables nnd '
uaragps to cost $4,991,700, and fifty-j
four other structures. to cost $143,700.
The report also shows that applica- j
tions were filed in Manhattan for alter
ations to 3,583 buildings at an esti- j
matecl total cost of $34,490,311.72, thus
making a total exDenditure of $106.-1
773,372.78 for all kinds of building
operations in Manhattan during the j
year of 1919. !
? ? ? -
Land Near Where Deutse hland
Moored in Baltimore Sold ?
The Harrison R. Colburn Company |
has sold the Woodside property in Bal- I
timorc for Caughy, Hearn & Co. The
property front? 120 feet on jnner Balti
more Harbor and extends from govern?
ment hulkhead line south 750 feet to
the Key Highway?the new marginal
street built by the city.
The property is adjacent to that i
recently' acquired by the American ?
Sugar Refining Company and is;
served by the Baltimore & Ohio Rail- j
road. It is also close to the Baltimore j
Dry Dock Company, tho Baltimore & j
Ohio piers, Western Maryland Termi- |
nal and the famous Submarine Dock to j
which the Deutschland moored upon her
first trip to this country. It is under
stood that the purchasers wjjl im
mediately improve this property with
a large warehouse. *
WESTCHESTER COOTI
A SMALL ESTATE
Which we think tho finest In Scarsdalc.
Splendld house ot unustial type, with 5
master bedrooms, 2 servants' and 4
bathH. Modern and complete in every ile
tail. 2 '/j acres of wonderful grounds,
with large gardens. (iarage for carS.
with ohauffeur's apartment. This prop
erty Is worthy of immedlate investigatlon.
PRICE $65,000.
WILLIAM E. MORRELL, Inc,
D''pot Square. Tel, 004, White Plalna, N.Y.
For Sale * * A Real Home
Wo offer eScluslvely. and for tirst time,
one <->f ihe most livable house.s in LARCH
MONT. Ruilt under supervislon of and
for owner. Very Ijcm material ln thlH
house of 0 rooms, 2 baths, hot water
heat. All Improvements. 2 car ga.rage.
s< ocro land, expenalvely laid cmt. In
spection necessary for apprealatlon.
Price $35,000, Terms. Immedlate pos
E. C. Griffin & P. H. Collins,
BANK BI.DG. LARCHMONT TEL. 352.
Mt. Vernon?New Stucco Houses
Six rooms; lot with driveway space; 10
minutes' vvalk to New Haven Statlon $0,750.
Seven rooms and sun porch, parquet floors.
Chester Hill seetion; r>0 foot lot; ;l minutes
to New Haven Statlon. $14,000.
Othei houses ln ^. 11 scctiona of
Mount Vernon $3,000 to S35,O0i\
SLMTER L. HAPPY
First Niilionnl Bank Building;,
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Phone 2340
FOR RENT?HOUSES
In Larchmont Manor; Summer Seaton.
Juno lst to Oct. lst. *!)00 to Si.OOfl
A to 13 Rooms
All Improvements.
# C> fi Larchmonl, N. Y,
UlklJtonWlXL Phonc 852
NEW HOUSES
? ROOMS, 2 BATHS,
irovenicnts..flne plots. Price $15,000.
3 RGOMS, 2 BATHS,
large plot; $20,000.
Larchmonl,N.Y
Phonc 852
. * ? [.(.?>, in rgu pio
Plot 51 front, 91 rear, 147 deep,
cleared for building. $000 garage on
property. Prlco $1,600; $",oo cash,
balance mortgag' subordlnated to
building loan.
JJurhutoitefflc aTpchZT85i
MT. VERNON, N. Y.?Attractive liome at
53 R. 9th bv.; contains 4 rooms1 on flrsl
and second floors; 2 and storeroom on third,
tlled bath, rear stairs, electrlo lighf, otc;
exceptlonally convenlent to statlon. shops,
etc.; lot Is 50 l>y <<.',. room for driveway;
price $11500; mortgage to suit ; immedlate
possesslon. Appl.\ to John P. Bath, 128
Vista Place. Phone Mount Vernon 25IS.
At Yonkers?Excellent Condition
Brlck nne-family dwellLrtg. 10 rooms and
biith, sleain heat; plot 50x120; price $8,500;
easy terms.
Daniel M. Hayes
25 Wurbiirlon Avo., Yonkers, N. V.
WHITE PI.AINS BARGAIN '
Kight rooms, nll improvements; garage
i?iu? corner plot; blgh ground: line loca\
tion; $7,500; * terms $3,000 cash T'KK
SO.NAL, 51 Kast 42(1 s(.
NEW JERSET
IMMEDIATE P088ESS1ON. inodern two
family brlck house; cash $!.;.i)0, (.;,s
terms; call ovonings. George Prank, 211 K
,'iSth st.. or on promises, aln B. 235th ,ft
Sunday 2 to 4.
OKI,Y $1,200 tequlred, G family flat; good
tenants; also line 0-room house ? large
igrounda; frult, chlcken houses; cheap
SEIDKIi, t.i:! Broad, Leonla Junetlon
RED BANK?Houtfc for zaW; six rooms
bath; heat. electriclty; 5 5>T50; $4,500
Inquire Mrs. Nagel, OSO Hunterdoii st
Ncwark, N. J.
1 <?I.1> STVI.K FARM HOUSE, 14 rooms
haih; <:ik floors, g.,.?. lubs, hot water heat>
4 acres garden; fi minutes statlon. ]?: n
I WesterveU. Cresklll N. .!.
NEW YOKK STATE
VOPR paradise. rare hargain, 1,000 acrcf
inounlaln lam), partlj culllvated; new 12
?oom house, barn, gurage; hrookx. roresi?
excellenl vlews; 55 inlles from N, V., iieai
&lt. Ueacon; sultable f-ir bungalows, board
i..R MoiiHi". litiiitlng ground; $15.noo. Wrlt<
OM1N CO., 2',1 Wf?i I20th st.. City, .
IMfltMSIIEIl APARTMENTS TO LE1
VKHV ATTRACTIVE APARTMfONT, r.eai
Park ?'???., 12voom?, 4 bnths; all outaidi
.,1;S' decorated ;?> ?i" teriant; s'eeh l>j
appolntment. Room 1407, Tlmea iiullditiR
TO i.i;t iimi HLSlNEfSN I'UKPOSES
1'RIVATE oltiee. with Lelcphona and servlc
i??'??? until Mii\ i Room r.irt. 51 i:ne
I 42(1 ^l
REAI. ESTATE AT AUCTION
j.n-RK JO.fNSON, ,1i . r?._-rt??-i Mtata atir
UheWaln'xijJr^*?"" BrPOk,yn T,lt
OBITUARY
H
GEORGE E. BLAKESLEE
George E. Blakeslee, forty-?ix> . a
nember of the State Highway Commis?
sion of New Jersey and president of
:he Hudson Boulevard Commission. i .
iied yesterdav'aftemoon in ChristHos- ?
Jital, Jersey City. Ho had been iH of
ppeumonia since December 18. His
.vife. his son Franklin and his daugh- ,
ter Louise were at his bedside. Mr. I
Blakcslee was greatly affected by the ?;
tleath of his son. George E. Blakeslee
jr? more than a year ago with the i
American army in France.
Mr. Blakeslee was born in Bridge- |
port, Conn.. and went to Jersey City j
twenty-five years ago. He was in the |
automobile "business for many y*3?.
and was the Eastern agent for the Cad- : ]
illac company. He .was elected to the ;
Highway Commission on November 4 ;
last. Mr. Blakeslee lived at 2561 Hud
son Boulevard, Jersey City.
Mr. Blakeslee was the campaign man- , ?
ager of Governor-elect Edward I. Ed- j
wards during the rccent campaign.
OBITUARY NOTES
MRS. FREDA WIDMANN. president of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Germama Club. .
of Brooklyn. died Friday afternoon just as
she was about to deliver an address of -vyel
come to her fellow members at the Ger
mRnia Club. She was stricken by heart
disease and died before a physician could j
be summoned. She was the widow of Eugenc |
Widmann, and lived at 54 HSnkley Place.
Brooklyn.
HOWARD D. RF.DFIELD. twenty-nine.
mahagcr of the Staten Island Garage. at i
Tompkinsville. died Thursday in the Staten |
Island Hospital of injuries he suffered when j
he was demorstrating a motov tractor,
TOBIASE. RAFFEL. fifly-five. president !
of the Paper Working Machine Company, of
Brooklyn, died Friday nigh't at his home. !
102 Ocean Avenue. Brooklyn. He was a
thirty-seeond degree Mason and a member of j
the Myslic Shrine.
AXEL F. ANDERSON. aixty-two. a st.ruc
tural engincer cmployed by the Long Island
Railroad, died yesterday on a train going
between Greenlawn. L. I., where he lived,
to the West Terminal. Death was due to
heart disease. t
E. RICHARD JOHNSON. cighty-two, a !
veteran of the Civil War, and formerly com- I
mander of Rankin Post, No. 10. G. A. R..
died Friday at the home of his daughter. 1D3 1
Miller Avenue, Brooklyn. He was a member
of the 3d Regiment. New York State Volun
teers, and also a veteran of the Tth Regi?
ment. N. G. N. Y.
GEORGE WHITELY FLETCHER, fifty
three, who, with his father. Thomas Fletcher,
eonductcd a large wholesale grocery estab
lishment at Forty-second Street and Madi
son Avenue. died Thursday after a long
illness. The body was taken to the Camp
bell Funeral Church, and interment was in
Woodlawn Cemetery.
MRS. MARGARET COPELAND. thirty
two, wife of the late William Plummer
Copeland. who was for nine years chief of
the clerical l'orce under General Goethals at
Panama. died Thursday after a short ill?
ness. She was born in Ircland and had
lived here since 1!)1)0. Serviees were held
yejterday at the Campbell Funeral Church.
MRS. FARAZINA M. ALL1S. eighty,
widow of Jeremiah P. Allis, died yesterday
at the home of her daughter in I'lainfield
N. J. She was born at Leonardsville, N. Y
WILLIAM J. M'DONALD, forty-nine eni
ployed on the government piers at Hohoken.
N. J., died yesterday in Muhienberg Hospital i
1 lainfield, N. J. He leaves two sisters and
two brothers.
BIRTHS
LEVY?Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Levy {nce Dorf
man). of 1601 University av.. announce
the birth of a daughter, Elaine, January :",'
at Sterns' Sanitarium, 77th st. and West
End av.
SANDERS Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Sanders
(aee Hannah Holoschutz) announce the
arrival of a daughter, January 8. Lying
In Hospital.
VOORHEES---On January <), 11)20. at Sloane
Maternity Hospital, New York City, a
daughter to Dr. and Mrs. Howard Crosby
Voorhces, of New Brunswiek, N. J.
ENGAGEMENTS
BARBER ? BRYAN ? Coionel and Mrs.
Charles S. Bryan, of this city, announce
the engagement of their daughter. Mar
rtaret Donnell Bryan. to Mr. George Har
mon Barber. son of Mr. and Mrs. William
W. Barber. of Sothboro, Mass. Mr. Bar?
ber was n graduate from St. Mark's
School in 1914 and of the clas.-. of 1918 at,
Trinity, and served as captain of Field
Artillery in France. No date has been
set for the wedding.
BERNSTEIN?ROSENBERG? Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Rosenberg. of 107 East, Slst st.. an?
nounce the engagement of their daughter.
Hanna. to Mr. Gad Bernstein, :;on of Mrs.
Charles Bernstein.
DARBV- -CANMER?Mr. and Mrs. .Tohr. C.
Canmo*. of 108 William it.. East Orange
TRAVEL
I'M'M'LlNES
AMERICAN LINE
Fast Mail Steamers
NEW YORK?PLYMOUTH
CHERBOURG.SOUTH AMPTON
New York"""" Feb. 7| St. Paul .noon. Feb. 14
Phila. noon. Fab.211New York.""011 Mar.6
NEW YORK-HAMBURG
Manchuria .Feb. 11
Mongolia .Feb. 25
BLACK SEA SERVICE
N. Y.?CONSTANTINOPLE -VARNA (Bul
garia) - CONSTANZA (Roumania)
Black Arrow .12 Noon Jan. 21
RED STAR LINE
NEW YORK-PLYMOUTH
CHERBOURG-ANTWERP
Ltpland . Jan. 20
WHITE STAR LINE
N. Y.?CHERBOURG -SOUTHAMPTON
f Ltpland .Jan. 20
Adriatk.2 P. M.. Feb. 14
?Calls at Plymonlh. Oinlt* NouthamptoD
NEW Y0RK-L1VERP00L
Orcoma .Jan. 17
Cedric . .12 Noon Jan. 24
BalHc .tan. 31
Ortega .Feb. 7
NEW YORK -AZORES.CIBRALTAR
NAPLES-GENOA
Creric . 3 i. ji Jan. 24
Intemationai Mercantile Marine Compa.i;
9 Broadway New York
BERMUM
Ideal Wintar Vacation Resort
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE
Ksst, twln-screw, palatlal sleamerB
Salllng From New York
S.S/TORTHAMILTON"
U,000_ Tons Dlsplocemi nl
S.S. "FORT VICTORIA"
H.000 Tons DIsplac.nt
Feb. 21 2?. March tl- 13 20 27
No passports rcquircd fot !!":?!.i^.j.i
For further pi.vticulars upply tu
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE
Fuwneaa House, Whltehall St., New Yorl:
Princh imp
IPA6rf)E6^NteALFTRANSATLANTI0U* M
Betpress Portai "Jorvice 838H
NEW YORK?HAVRE
IV I.OIlliAIM;.JVN .?
LAFA\BTTB . jiv ".i
I.A SAVOIK. I Js *
I.A TOI UAINE. .i.i H :.
HOCHAMBEAU . |, I ? jj
NEW YORK? BORUEAUX
NIACSARA ll^oin I'ler *i. N. P.. > ,?AN ?i
rmr.\cio (From Pier x<. >: rt i rai i?
COMJ'A.NYS OFFICK). l!i HI'ATtl 6 1'., ,\, y.
Tours and Tickets Eveiywhere
I A?l< for fron eoj>y of "TRAVKL Tll'S"
I JI^ifN'l8-1'0^"&' 'N'c ? Marbrldge H|,|g?
I 1,311 Brondwsy, C'ornar Mth 8t? New York
?*?! t "*g "' . P*
N. J."? wish to announce the engagement of
their daughter. Ella B.. to Mr. W. I.ec
Darby, of 378 7th av., Newark, N. J., son
of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Darby, of Spring
field, Mo. The wedding will take place
some time in .June. .
OSENBERG?BLUM? Mr. and Mrs. Henri
Blum. of 362 Ri%erside Drive, wish to an?
nounce that the engagement of their
daughter, Marguerite, and Mr. Herbert
Rosenberg has been annulled. ? ? -
MARRIAGES
ITYS?HOWARD T0n Thursday. January I
8. at St. Thomas's Church. Toronto. On- |
tario, Helen Roebuck Howard to Henry M. !
Duys, of Montclair. Nr J. . - r
OSALSKY?HOROWITZ ? On Thursday. \
January 8. at home, by the Rev. S. R. '
Cohen, Michacl J. Rosalsky to Nellie Horo- i
witz. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Rosalsky will j
sail for Cuba Saturday noon, January 24,
aboard S. S. Atenas.
tYTINS?JONAS?Mrs. William Jonas. of j
176 West 87th st., announces the marriage I 1
of her daughter. Senta. to Dr. Harold I
Rytihs. of St. Paul. Minn.. November 19.' j
1910. " -i
DEATHS
V.CKERMAN?Suddcnly. on Thursday. Jan?
uary 8. 1920, Gharles, beloved husband of
Catherine Reynolds Ackerman, in hiB 54th
year. Relatives and friends and Washing?
ton Lodge, 33, F. and A. M.. Eiizabeth.
N. J. ; the Brooklyn Lodge. 22, B. P. O.
Elks: Eiizabeth Council, 170, R. A.. of
Eiizabeth. N. J.. are invited to attend fu
neral services at his late residencc, 810
Bushwick av.. Brooklyn, on Sunday. Jan?
uary II, at 2 p. ro. Intcrment Cyprcss
Tlills Cerhetery. Eiizabeth (N. J.) papcrs
please copy.
\SCHER--Pauline. beloved wife of Emil
and dear mother of Morton and Adolph.
Services at Meyer*s Funeral Parlor, 228
Lenox av., Sunday, January 11, 2 p. m. -
BALL?Mary. after long illness, entered
into rest January 8. Funeral services
to be held at her late residence, 375 East
137th st.. New "York City, Sunday, Janu?
ary 11. at I :3(5 p. m.
BASSE--After a lingering illness. at East
Orange. N. J.. January 8. 1920, Maria
Katherine Bnsse l nee Tonjes). beloved
wife of Diedrich Basse. aged .58 years.
Funeral services at her lat? residence.
45 Eppirt st., Sunday, January 11, at
2:30 p. m. Interment private.
BECAR At Mt. Clemens. Mieh. on Friday,
January 9, Bertha, beloved wife of Alfred
Becar and daughter of Albert Josephson,
of Brooklyn. in the 49th year of her age.
Funeral services at the residence of
Charles M. Bull, 269 Henry st.. Brooklyn,
on Monday. January 12, at 2 :30 p. m.
BENEDIKT?On January 8, at his residence,
1070 East 8th st.. Flatbush, Victor M.,
beloved husband of Bessie (nee Gutt
mann) and devoted son of Pauline and
the late Ferdinand Benedikt and brother
of Henry.x William. Fannie and Ernestine.
Funeral services at chapel of Einden Hill
Cemetery, Sunday, January 11, at 11
a. m.
BESSON-Sarah Redfield. wife of William
C. Besson. on January 10. at Park Hos?
pital. Funeral private. Please omit
flowers.'
BLAKESLEE?George E., at Jersey City.
Notice of funeral arrangement Monday's j
paper.
BOSAK?Louis, beloved husband of Gussie |
(nee Welser), brother of Elias, in his 36th '
year. Funeral from his late residence, i
525 West 180th st.. Sunday, January 11, j
10 a. m. Please omit flowers.
BRAND?-On Friday. January 9, Katherine, !
beloved mother of Mrs. A. Vorndran. ,'/. i
Brand and Mrs. F. Haas. Funeral from i
412 East 147th st.. on Monday. January I
12. Solemn mass of reuuiem at the Church '
of the Immaculate Conception, 150th st.
Interment Calvary Cemetery. - j
BREEN--On Friday, January 9, 1920, !
Charles R. Breen. aged 66 years. son of |
Richard and Elisa Breen (nee Fields). '
Funeral Tuesday morninj?, at 9 o'clock.
from his late residence, S05 Woodward
ave., Brooklyn. Interment Calvary Ceme- '
tery. - '
BURBRIDGE At her residence. 448 West i
58th st., Mary (nee Christie). widow of I
the late John Burbridge. Funeral Mon?
day, January 12, at 9 o'clock from Church
of St. Paul the Apostle, 60th st. and
Columbus ave. -1
CASSIDY?On January 6, John Cassidy. |
beloved liusband of Eiizabeth Cassidy (nee j
Sullivan). and father of Thomas and:
John Cassidy. Funeral from his late |
residence, 55 Cherry st., Sunday, at, 2 j
o'clock sharp. Interment Calvary.
CATES?On. Thursday, January S. 1920,
Emma, beloved wife of Frederick W. I
Cntes. Funeral services will be held at. J
her late residence. 523 East S2d st.. on j
Sunday evening. January 11, at 8 o'clock. j
Interment at convenience of family. -
CONKLIN?-At Ridgewood, N. J.. January \
8, William Winant Conkiin, beloved hus-.I
band of Amy B. Conkiin. Funeral services
at his late residence, 315 Highwood av., on !
Sunday, January 11, at 3 p. m. Train |
leaves Jersey City, Erie R. R.. at 1:30
p. m. Interment private.
CRANDALL?On January 8. John C. Cran- l
dall. Funeral services at George F.
Lynch's Funeral Parlors, 250 Willis ave..
Sunday. at 10 a. m. Members of Calanthe
Lodge, N'o. 206, and allied lodges Knights
of Pythias and Bronx Council, Junior
TRAVEl,
:PA N G HSOft
Passcnger and Freight Services
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL
Vauban.Jan. 20
Carmania.t. .Jan. 29|Mar. 6
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH
CHERBOURG and LIVERPOOL
Kaiterin Auguste Victoria.Jan. 17
NEW YORK to CHERBOURG
and SOUTHAMPTON
Mauretania .Jan. 28 Mar. 10 Apr. 7
imperator.Feb. 21 Apr. 3 May. 1
NEW YORK io PLYMOUTH.
MAVRE and SOUTHAMPTON
Royal George.Jan. 24Feb. 24|Mar. 27
NEW YORK to "LYMOUTH.
HAVRF. and LONDON
Saxonia .Feb, 7
NEW YORK io PATRAS
DUBROVNIK and TRIESTE
Pannonia. Jan. 31
NEW YORK?LDERRY?GLASGOW
Columbia .Feb. 7'Mar. 6
81-34 STATE STREET. NEW "ORK
Swedish American Line
S. S. STOCKHQiJA *$?%*,
JANUARY 31. NEW YORK
DIRECT TO OOTHKBim), SWEDEN.
Sbc.it route Io SCANDIXAVIA. Cloa*
coiinectinns t-> fiermany and all part*
of C'ontincnt.
PASSENGER OFFICE, ,'l State St.. N. Y.
RED "D" L!NE '''" ^JfiLSj?*?
l-'OIt I'OKTO IlICO. Ct'RACAO and VENKZIEI.A.
Philadelphia. .Jan. lt>(ZuIiii.Tan. 21
Caracas.Jan. 28|Maracaibo.Feb. 4
SupeVlor Acvominodoltons for HassencerB.
1U.1S.S HAIJ.t'.TT. & CO., Gflll. Mgrs.,
l'lioiit- 3170 llaiiovor. S'J Wall Street.
"TIIE IM RI.IC IJE I'EEASED"
COLONIAL, LINE
K.\ iCoiit
\ Rull
FROVIDENCE !,?rVc? S2.97
AEl.Ol T.slDE >TATEROOM>*1.08 to '*;;..-;
Bulh 1'ricea limtudc War Tax.
Gint Ltavfs Pler 39. Nonh Rlver. Ually & faundaj.
at 5 H. M "Phone Sorlnp 9491.
W iroester,$4.i3, I'rox inence tNrcrl.SH.70.
OUTBIDK WTATEKOOAIS, SI.OR tf SMli.
, i'.-,i:> Includlng Suriday, f, ih> p, .\j
j l.'r.n. 1'lri III :: !t. ?|'l,'n.. UTIIO IttfK'i ?)
"ifl-.eU ji I'.it nr CrinmilMntoil Tli'liHt OITce*
TOURH WITH I0SC. n;T
CALIFORNIA by AUTO
imiill I'arlleB, Ursi llotela, Private Aun.a
i.<'iivIiik January ?",i February
FRANK TOURIST CO.,
UD Fifth Ave , New York
DEATHS_
Order United American Mechanics, in- j
vited to attend. Internlent Greenwood [
Ccmetery. - I I
ROWE?On January 8. 1920. Jeremiah. at ;
his late residonee, 206 East 4:.th st.. be- .
'ovcd husband of Nora Crowe <nee Line
h?n). Funeral Supday. 1:30 p. m. Inter- ;
nent Calvary Cemetery. -
IEMP8EY?On January 8. 1920. Agnes
Dempsey. beloved wife of the late John '
H. Dempsey. Funeral from her late resi- I
tience, 693 Prospect ave.. The Bronx, on
Monday," January 12. at. 9:30 a. m. ; j
tVnce to St. Anselm's Church, Tinton ,
r-v and 155th st. Interment Calvary
? emetery. - j 1
)UFFT?At his residence, 142 Claremont j
av., Mount. Vernon, N. Y., January 9, ,
1920, Dr. Carl EHas Dufft. aged 64 years.
Funeral services nt the First Congrega
tional Church, Gramatan and Ltncoln ava., j
Mount Vernon. Sunday, 3 o'clock. Trains ?? >
leave Grand Central Terminal, New Haven
Railroad, 2:09.
FXANIGAN?January 9, 1920. Daniel F.. I
native of New Castie West, County Limerick,
Ireland, at his residence. 80 Manhattan !
ave. Funeral Sunday, 2:30, from Church !
of Ascension. West 107th st. Interment j
Calvary Cemetery. - j
jlLL -On January 6. 1920, William Gill, !
raptain of the stcamship Tttscan Prince. !
Services Sunday, January 11. at 2 :S0 |
p. m.. at Schaefer's Funeral Church, 4014
3d ave., Brooklyn. Interment Greenwood j
Cemetery. - |
SRAY?On Thursday, January 8. 1920, Alex- I
ander. beloved husband of Elizabeth Gray !
(nee Nash) and beloved father of Mrs. j
H. A. Budelman. Alexander and Robert
L. Gray. aged 71 years. Relatives, friends,
also members of Bergen Lodge, No. 47,
F. and A. M., are respectfully invited to
attend his funeral on Sunday, January 11.
at 2 p. m., from hia late residence, 29
Carlton avp., Jersey City.
HART?Lewis O. Services THE FUNERAL
CHURCH (Frank E. Campbelf), Broad
day, 66th st.. Monday, 11 a. m. Auspices
Actors' Fund.
HETT-'-On January 7, Bessie Hett (nee
Kearns), beloved wife of John Hett and
mothcr of Anna, Agnes. BesBie, John and
James Hett. Funeral from her late resi?
dence, 71 East 108th st.. on Sunday. Janu?
ary 11, at 2 p. m. . Interment Calvary.
HOLMEG? On Friday. January 9, 1920, In
the City of New York. after a prolonged
iLness. Dr. Christian R. Holmes, of Cin- i
cinnati. Ohio. Funeral services will bc j
held in Cincinnati. Ohio, on Monday, Jan- j
uary 12. ? J
HOPKIN8 William H? of Pro*idenee. R. I., '
of pneumonia, January 10, at the resi- j
dence of his aunt, Mrs. Frank A. Barker, j
1155 Park av. Funeral services at Provl- j
dence. ?
JENKINSON?Jane Stringer, widow of the i
late George B. Jenkinson, at the residence
of her daughter. Mrs. H. B. Taylor. Bos
ton, Mass.. January 8. Funerat Monday.
at 11 a. m., at the residenA of her daugh?
ter, Mrs. James L. Ogdev., 9 Lincoln Park,
Newark, N. J. Burial at the convenience
of the familr.
KAUFMAN?Julius. beloved husband of
Amalia inee Sichel), brother of Mrs.
Julius Lambert. Clara Wertheimer and
Samuel Kaufman. in his 60th year. Fu?
neral services at Temple Rodeph Sholem.
63d st. and Lexington ave., Sunday, Janu?
ary 11, at 10:30 a. m.
KELLOGG?At Morristown, N. J., January
9, in the 86th year of his age, Brainerd
Kellogg, formerly dean of the Brooklyn
Folytechnic Institute, and father of Fred
eric R. Kellogg and Julia Kellogg Beck
with. Interment at Middlebury, Vt.
Brooklyn papers please copy.
KENNELLY?On January 7, John, the be?
loved husband of Mary Kennelly (nee
Riordan) and beloved son of Jeremiah
and Nora Kennelly (nee Sullivan). native
of Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland. Fu?
neral from the parlors of Denis Buckley.
547 10th ave., on Sunday, January 11, at
1 :30 p. m. Interment Calvary.
KING?Jennie i nee Gruhn) widow of late
Isaac M. and loving mother of Royal, on
January 8, ih her 51st year. after a lin
gering illncss. Funeral from Pick's
Chapel. 227 Lenox ave..' Sunday, January
11, at 11 a. m.
LEACH?Emma. on January 9. Services
THE FUNERAL CHURCH (Frank E.
Campbell), Broadway, 66th st., Monday,
1 p. m.
LEVY?William, at Lancaster, Penn.,
dearly beloved husband of Lena, father
of Mortimer G., Mrs. Monroe Schutz and
brother of Hnnnah, Louis and Ben. Rela?
tives, friends and members of Centennial
Lodge, No. 763, F. and A. M. ; Shakespeare
Lodge. No. 274, K. of P. ; Harlem Lodge,
No. 56, I. O. B. A., are requested lo
attend funeral services at Mount Neboh
Chapel. on Sunday, January 11, at 11:30
a. m.
LOCKETT?At her resid?"c?\ 20 Fifth av.,
Friday morning, Januarj 9. 1920, in her
82d year, Mary Hobart Lor.fcett, wife of
the late James Lockett. Funeral private.
MILLARD?At Rouse Point, N. Y., on Jan?
uary 9. 1920. Mrs. Cordclia A. Millard.
widow of William B. Millard, President of
the Millard Lumber Company, of New
Hamburg. Funeral services on Sunday,
end interment at Poughkeepsie.
O'NEIL?Catherine, widow of the late
Matthew O'Neil, in her 64th year, at the
home of her daughter. Mrs. William
Childs. at Bernardsville. N. J., on*Janu
ary 10. Notice of funeral hereafter.
OWEN -Edna R.. at her home. 3o8 South
?1th ave., Mount Vernon. N. Y.. Friday
ADVERT1SEMEXT
DEATHS
afternoon. at 2 o'clock. Funeral s?rv""
Sunday afternoon. at 3 o'clock. Kn
'OWERS?On Thursday evening, j.n?. '
8. .1920, Caroline M? beloved wtf^*r!
William Van Vorst Powers and daush,
of Aymar van Buren and thn late M
garet Morton. of New Windeor, N y
Funeral service at her late residence ?'
Park av.. New York. on Sundav, J.nu'.'^
11, at 1 p. m. ""??'
PURDY?At Hollia, N. Y.. on Janua*- t
1920. Elizaocth Suydam Purdy. widow r
David J. Purtly. Funeral sers iee on Sur
day afternoon. at 2 :30 o'clock. at his u?"
home. 10206 Hoilis a\e.. Hollb. '
RENSHAW -Suddenly of pneumonia ,1
New York, January 4, in his ::4th %??,
Howard Price Renshaw. husband of lir
B. Gilbert and son of Alfred H. RerJk..
and the late Lucy Jennings Price f
neral services at St. John's Church T^*
, N. Y., at 2 o'clock, Sunday, January?'
RUTH?On January 9, Christopher helovM
father of Peter M., Joseph. Michael p7
trolman Adam G. and Mrs. Mary Ru!k
McGinn. Funeral from his late resideno
2912 Roberts av., Bronx. Monday o????
a. m. ; thence to the Church of the Ho!?
Family, where a msjis of requiem will b?
offered for the happy reposc of his ^
Interment Calvary Cemetery
SMALL?On Friday, January 9, 1920, slr,
Anna, widow of Frank Small, in her'i-i
year. Funeral ser\ ices at W. J jjat
thews's Funeral Parlor, 233 I#nox iv"
S.UwByi JanuarP' "' 2 P' m' ^tennent
at Woodiawn CemeUry.
SMITH?Margaret (nee McAleer>. belov.rf
wife of the late James J. Smith and
daughter of Mary McAleer. Funeral from
her mother"? residence, 379 South ,">th =t
Brooklyn, Monday morning. ?t ?> id
o'clock ; thence to the' Church of 'h.
Transfiguration. where a solemn high masi
will be offered for the reposc of her noul
Interment Calvary.
SHERWOOD Suddenly. January 8, Will"
iam, aged 31. beloved brother of Charlea
and. Harry Sherwood. Funeral on Sunday
from 91 6th av. at 2 p. m. . _
TEICHMAN?Estella. beloved wife 0f Paul
Teichman and mother of Elsie Goldherrev '
Alfred R. and Herbert Teichman. Thurtl
day, January 8. 1920. Funeral aervicn
at her late residence, 903 Manhattan a\e
Greenpoint. Sunday, January 11, m ;',)
a. m. Interment Washington Cemetery.
THEALL?Suddenly. at Port Chester, N Y
January 9. 1920. Margaret S. Benedict*
beloved wife of Charles E. Theall. Funr-nj
service at her late residence, :t;>0 Locuit
av., Monday. 12th inst... at 2 p. m.
THOMAS?EnterVd into rest January <l
1920, Irene Thomas (nee Conklin). Seril
ices Sunday evening, January 11, af ;
o'clock, at her late residence. 447 Ea,?
136th st., Bronx. Relatives and friendi
invited to attend. m
THOMPSON?Suddenly, January 9, Geonre
beloved husband of Nora Thompson tnei
O'Neil), and farther of Harry. Fune:vJ
from his late residence, 7 Morton st.. on
Sunday, January 11, at 2 p. ra. Inter.
ment Calvary Cemetery. ,
THOMPSON?On January 8. 1920. Williani
Thompson. Funera' from 124 West 47-a
st.. on Sunday, January 11, at 1 p. m
sharp. .
. T1ERNAN- James. native of Ballykeisi
! County Westmeath. Athlone. Ireland, h*l
loved husband of Catherine McNamava.
Funeral from J. CunninRham's funeral
parlor. 173 Weal 64th st., on Sunday, Jan.
uary 11, at 2 p. m. .
TODD?At his residence. Samers, N. Y
January 10, 1920, Wilson G. Todd, son ol
the late William N. and J. E. Wilson
Todd. Funeral private.
I TOLFREE?Suddenly, at Atlantic City, R?i?
Admiral James E. Tolfree. retired, in hii
83d year. Notice of funeral later.
. TURNER?Jonuary 1. Mary A. (nee Dwye, i,
widow of the late S. Nelson Turner. Fu?
neral from funeral parlors of James K,
j McLamey & Sons. 874 Lexington ? ,
near 65th st.. Monday. January 12. Ke.
quiem mass. St. Vincent Ferrer's Cfaurrh
at 10 o'clock.
I UNGER?Fanny Unger. dear wife of t':?
late Jacob, beloved mother of Moses. .lo
seph. Julia. Abeles. Samuel, Irvinj. ,1c.
rome and the late Mabel Stifft. .Funeial
from late residence. 38 Fort Waabingteii
av., Sunday. January 11, at 2 p. m.. to
Salem Field. Chicago papers please copy. ?
WHITE?Edward. on January 10. Services
THE FUNERAL CHURCH (Frank E.
Campbell). Broadway, 66th st., Mondav,
10:30 a. m.
WHITTREDGE?Euphemia Foot. wtfe of tha
late Worthington Whittredge. suddeniy,
in the 82d year of her age, at Camoen,
S. C, on January 8. Service and inter.
ment at Camdcu. 4 o'clock, January 11.
WILEY?On January 7. Patrick Wiley j ,
aged 3 years and 1 month. son of Patrk'-t
and Beatrice Wiley mee Cotter*. fu?
neral from his late residence. 102 Char
ton st., on Sunday. January 11, at 2 p. m.
Interment Calvary. -
WOODWARD?In Bridgeport, Conn.. Jan.
uary 9. 1920, John H. Woodward, of Fair.
field, Conn.. aged 70 years, 8 months and
27 days. Funeral services will be held as
the residence of H. G. Demme, 153 Union
av., Bridgeport, Conn., on Monday, Janu?
ary 12. at 2 :30 p. m. ?
FOR SALE?Chance for a quick buyer I >
get h rln<> lut in Woodiawn Cemctet .
Addreas <;. .1. I-.. 222 Xorth Avenue. N*'*
Rochelle, X. Y.
ADVERTISEMENT
You May Delay
By DR. BERTHOLD A. BAER.
"Tempora mutantur et nos cum illis"?time
changes and we change with it.
"There was a time when advertising in general
was tabooed ' said Frank E. Campbell, founder-pro
pnetor of The Funeral Church, Broadwav at 66th
fctreet. A professional man considered it'below his
digmty to inform the public of what he knew. Banks
considered it unethical to ask for trade and business.
inen merchants began to advertise their wares.
?or many years 'display' advertisements were refused
by newspapers and magazines. 'Cuts' and 'illustra
tions could not be used.
"Again time changed and we changed with it.
?-^ flai] A- Pankers now advertise. for they con
ier0that th.eir? ls a business like any other, handlin?
ShU1.?" ^ W.? fommodities?the same as every
othei fwell conducted business?material and service."
Un the morrow I will make mv will," is the
r? ??? an advertispment of The Bankers Trust
?rT*IS Tant P^asdnated." is another.
mpnl ?/!peated hy Death" is the title of an advertise
ment?2,f. The American Exchange National Bank.
.nri J pu/pose ot this Publicity is to induce men
w J?fme-n L?.aPP?int the respective Bank as Execti
tor ot their will.
tho r!ffil-^?Ul* ,bu int?resting to know how many of
vnnt /V these,Banks have done what they ask
vou to do: have made their will.
f/,*,/wW0"ld-be- T?/e interesting to know how far
ttLi G pre?ared fTor the last journey from which
^A0 retiurn- , ? the-v have made a will, have
they purchased a plot, a place where to lie? Have
m?fnP^nid?d/?rT?e calket wherein their earthlv re
mams will rest? Have they done this or do they leave
f f 1w Il?1 lhe casket and the arrangement of the
tuneral to the prostrated woman who in the time of
do it ? n0t kn?W What t0 do nor how t0
min Fra^Hn* *"* "Ut tlme ** not>" ?aid Benja'
"Have you done your duty?'*
0 i?:o
?HlOMAS DUKWORTII
WK".S. E.WMisScott
FUNKRAL DIRECTOR
FUNERAL DIRECTOR | | ISEMSSRicm fffflSfe SSSSS
o?LVi.T.ri necrr-TioN *
Jtltphnna r-nluinhuo ?1?2 f UNDBRTAKBRS?Chanal & fit.om R??.1r
4s wesTYibt ?t. (EntTre* blo g . | Luckings, Bendcr & Schutte, ?*?
"" <??RTAKBRS?Chap*l * Si">* R^,'L
i Amiurdam Ave, T?-l. ^3 Riv*r???
THE WOOIM AWN CEMEraWj. utf
?V 8t> By Harl-tn Train and by IW"
lTot? ot :.iiiiil'. tlze fot mlf . * 1
-oprt'TAVT I'RHTIi
? -.-,-..-,_ ___
?T^l. Mornlni; JOHN aa f?aHC UNOERTAKER
MJ-2MW. Illtast I Offlca. 30 En?t 13d St.. N. *?

xml | txt