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Sentenced to Learn English
Th? time will com? whan ? man -who
cannot speak Kngiish will bo sent to
jail, Magistrate W. Bruce Cobb told an ?
! Austrian in Essex Market court yes
day. Tho man has been in this country
six years and still needs an inter?
preter.
"You ought to be ashamed of your
? self." Magistrate Cobb told him. "there
is no legitimate excuse for your not
having at least a speaking knowledge
ol English.
"You sBy you bave a wife Dnd two
children and can't study 'on tho sido'?
Tommyrot! You learn English!"
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F. II. Shipman, Treasurer
Of New York Life, Dies
Dominating Figure in Insurance
Circles Victim of Heart
Disease
Frederick II. Shipman, sixty-six,
treasurer of the New York Life Insur?
ance Company. 846 Brondwny, died early
yesterday morning at his home at ilill
cre&t and Summit avenue:;, Summitt,
N. .1., from heart disease.
One of the dominating figuros in Now
York insurance circles, Mr. Shipman was
horn on Octotber 80, 1854, in Newark,
N. .T. Ho was a descendant of Edward
Shipman, who settled at Saybrooke,
<'onn., in 1635. He entered the bankingj
business at the age of eighteen, with
the'Mechanics National Rank of New?
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York, where he became the assistant
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Company. After twelve years of service
lie was elected treasurer of the company.
He was also a director of tho Third
Avenue Railway Company, and also
served in a similar capacity on tho
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Nicholas Railroad, of this city.
Mr. Shipman was married twice.
He was a member of Raltusrol Coif
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Club, tbo Forest Lake Club, the New
Jersey Historical Society, the Washing?
ton Association of Morristown, X. J.,
and the Sons o fthe American Revolu?
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New Yorker's Name on Latest
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13,59; died of disea-se, 23,738; died j
frotn accident and other causes, 5,101;
wounded in action (over 85 per cent re?
turned to duty), 215,423; missing in :
action, not including prisoners released
and returned, 3; total to date, 293,061. ;
Changes in Status-Killed in action,!
previously reported died of wounds:
Corporal .lames Farnan, 157 Kast For
ty-ninth Street, New York.
Mrs. Delilah G. Cox, Pioneer
Prohibitionist, Is Dead
Mrs. Delilah Garretson Cox, ninety
one, one of the pioneers of tho woman i
suffrage and prohibition movements in:
this country, died yesterday morning]
at her home in Montclair, N. ,1.
Mrs. Cox, who was born August 11,
1829, in Ohio, was keenly interested in!
world affairs to her death.
Mrs. Cox wrote much poetry, some;
of which was published in book form,
and when sixty years old, while suffer?
ing from partial paralysis, took up the j
study of clay modeling.
Services will be held at. 87 North!
Mountain Avenue, Montclair, N. J., to?
morrow afternoon.
Frederick Gillam, Cartoonist,
Is Buried in Evergreens
The funeral services for Frederick j
Victor Gillam, widely known as a car- j
toonist, who died last Thursday at the j
Kings County Hospital, were held yes?
terday at Evergreens Cemetery.
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was for twenty years with "Judge" as ai
cartoonist, and was a member of the ?
New York Press and Lotus clubs. In ,
earlier days he had been employed on
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Times," "N< v. York World," and "New
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? col ver for the Second Avenue Railroad
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.. .
DENNIS McGRATH
Dennis McGrath, ?ixty-seven, at one
timo a restaurant proprietor in the I
old 10th Ward of Brooklyn, died j
Saturday at his home, 809 Park Place,
Brooklyn, after a long illness.
Engaged for a number of years in ?
the restaurant business in Manhattan,
with the old City Hall Oyster House, ?
he went to Brooklyn, where between j
Douglas and Degraw Streets lie opened '?
"McGrath's Delmonico'.s."
Since his retirement from the j
restaurant business he was connected '?
with the National Lead Company. He
leaves a son._
FREDERICK H. DURRING
Frederick H. Durring, fifty-three, of j
Sheffield, Mass., a former resident of j
Brooklyn and a member of tho old ?
firm of Durring Bros., interior I
decorators, one of the first concerns of \
its kind in that borough, died Satur- !
day from pneumonia, at the residence ;
of Mrs. Emily A. Durring, a sister-in- ':
law, nt 1910 Albemarle Road.
JOHN THEALL
John Theall, seventy-four, senior
member of tho law firm of Theall &
Beam, 46 Wall Street, died yesterday at
his home, 120 East Eighty-fifth Street.
He was a veteran of the Civil War and
was admitted to the bar more than j
fifty years ago.
JAMES W. SEE
HAMILTON, Ohio, Feb. 2..James W. j
See, One of the best known mechanical !
engineers in the United States, is dead
here at the ago of sixty-nine years. He
was counsel for the Wright Brothers
in their airplane litigation and was
connected with forming the basic
patents for several engines. 'He wrote
much on engineering topics under the
name of "Chordal."
JEFF O'CONELL
OTTAWA, 111., Feb. -2.?Jeff O'Conell, l
a onetime contender for the English j
lightweight pugilistic championship,
died at his home hero early to-day of
pneumonia. O'Conell's last ring ap?
pearance was five years ago. He was
thirty years old.
OBITUARY NOTES
PATRICK J. MULLEN, fifty-four, a re?
tired employee of the B. It. T., died Sntxir
doy at his home, 29 Howard Place, Brook
lyn. He was born In County Caven, Ireland, ;
and leaves a wife and four children.
FREDERICK K. EGER, forty, an attend?
ant of the Church of St. Anthony, in Green- ;
point, for many years, died Saturday at his j
home, 69 Norman Avenue, Brooklyn, after !
a short illness.
CLARA M. WISH, twenty-five, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wjse,
died Friday of pneumonia at the home of
her parents, 593 East Fifth Street. Brook
MARY A. WARD, forty-five, died Sunday
at her home, 4S5 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn.
She was the widow of William J. Ward. A
? i ighter survives her.
MARY KRANZ, sixty-nine, a native of
Ireland, whence ?he emigrated from fifty-five
years ago, died Sunday at her home after
a short illness. She lived nt 673 Lorimer
Street, Brooklyn, and leaves two daughters,
GEORGE A. MITCHELL, twenty, an em
pi yee of Sichel &. Sons, bankers and
brokers, Manhattan, died Sunday at hi;
?home. 'JOS Nineteenth Street, Brooklyn, after
. an illness of many months.
ENGAGEMENTS
SHERPER?vIACOBSON?Rev. and Mrs. M.
Jacobson, of 1226 Madison ave., New York.
announce the engagement of their daugh?
ter Blanche to Dr. Myron Sherper, of St.
Paul, Minn.
MARRIAGES
KELLEY?HIGGS?January 81, at the Fifth
Avenue Presbyterian Church, by Rev. John
Kelman, D. 1).. Florence Evelyn, daughter
of the late Thomas Far Higgs, to Mr
Charles Edgar Kelley.
STEMLER?ISLES?On Saturday. January
31, 1920, at, St. John's Church, Clifton,
Staten island, by Rev. Edward A. Dodd.
Yliss Bertha Isles to Air. Rudolph John
Stemler.
DEATHS
ALDSON?Virginia. Services CAMPBELL
FUNERAL CHURCH. 1970 Broadway,
Tuesday, 10 a. m. Auspices Actors' Fund.'
ALCHAUSE?On Monday, February 2, 1920
Adelia Birdsall, daughter of the late' Sam?
uel B. and Helen S. Alchause. Funeral j
service at her late residence, ?',77 Madison
av., Wednesday, February 4, at 10:30 a. rn.
ALEXANDER?On February 1, 1920, Robert
('??id, beloved husband of Laura Alexander,
Services Tuesday, February 3, at S p. m.
at hi; hue residence, 1971 East 8th Ht..'
Brooklyn. '_
BAILEY?On Friday, January 30, 1920
Joseph Bailey, aged 63 years. Funeral
services at hia late residence, 224 South
Ocean ave., Patchogue, L, I., on Tuesday,
at 3 p. m. Interment private. -
BEIT. Jan. 31, Emily Bell (nee Atkinson',
m her ?8th year, Funeral services at the'
cllapel of the Stephen Merrit Burial &
Cremation Company, 101 8th av., cor?
ner ISth st, Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock. -
BLICKENSDERFER- -At Hackensack, N ./
on February 1, 1920, in the 35th year of
his are, Rev. Robert Blickensderfer, rector
of Christ Church. Funeral services on ?
Tuesday afternoon, February 3, at 2:30
o'clock at Christ Church. Train on the N
V., ."-usQuehanna & Western It. R. Brie'
Station, Jersey City, at 1 :32 p. in. Inter?
ment at Oxford, Ohio. Kindly omit flowers. -
BRACKEN'?On February I, 1920, Anna
Bracken, beloved 6ister of Margaret
Colgan and daughter of Hugh and Anna
Bracken, native of Ruskey, County Ros
common, Ireland. Funeral from her sis?
ter's residence, 136 West- 62d st. on Tue.-- '
day, February :.!. Requiem mass at. tlui
I'auhst Church, G^th st. and Columbus
av. at 9 A. M. Interment Calvary.
BRADY?On Saturday, January 31, Cath?
erine Brady. beloved sister of Mrs.
Patrick Kelly; native of County Mona
ghen, Ireland. Funeral from the residence'
of her sister, 94 Bedford av., Brooklyn, on
Tuesday, February 3, at. 9:30 A.M.: thence
to St, Vincent de Paul's Church. North 6th
st., near Briggs av., where requiem mass
will be celebrated. Interment Calvary.
BROWN ? Captain William R. Brown,
beloved husband of May C. Brown. Fu?
neral services at hia late residence, the Al
hambra. 020 Nostrand av., Brooklyn, Tues?
day, Feb. 2, at 7 :30 p. m.
BROWN?At Montclalr, N. J.. February 2,
Kffie Brower Brown, wife of the late Alex?
ander Ferguson Brown and mother of Alida
Drown Babcock and Marjorie Brown Sher?
wood. Notice of funeral hereafter.
BRUNING?On Friday January 30, Fred
Bruning, aged 19. Funeral services to be
held on Tuesday February 3, 8 P. M. at
? 253 Charlotte st., Jamaica. Relative? and
friends especially invited to attend. In?
terment at the convenience of the fam?
ily.
BIRR?Suddenly, on Saturday, January 31,
1920,' Edwin Henry, son of the late Stephen
H. Burr and beloved husband of Sarah
Silver Burr and father of Margaret Burr
Todd and Eleanor Burr. Funeral service
v ill be held at hia late residence, 29
Claremont av., Tuesday at 5 p. m.
CADMUS?Suddenly at Hem putead, N. Y.,
Gertrude Post Cadmus, beloved wife
of Thomas Hillman Bacon. Funeral serv?
ice 2 :30 P.M.. February 4, 1920, at her lat?
residence, Hempstead av., Hempstead, ?.
y( fltfltim island PWfflnt pHtm ma ?
DEATHS
CONN?On January 31, ID20, Harriet, be?
loved mother of Hago. Richard and Selma.
Funeral will take place on Tuesday. Feb?
ruary 3 at to A. M. from her bit? resi?
dence, 201 Went l?9ih ?t.
CONNELLY?On January 81, 1920, Wank.
In-loved son of James und the late Sarah
Rosa Connolly, formerly of tf',l East 139th ,
Ht. Funeral from Kinsley & Hunter's
Funeral Parlors. 278 Alexander av., Tues?
day, at 9 a. m. Requiem mass at St. '
Jerome's Church.
?ONOVER?On February 1, 1320, Caroline;
J., widow nf Charles E. Conover. Funeral i
services at the Reformed Church, Middle
' town, N. J., Tuesday, 1 ?30.
CHOBOT?On February I. 1920, Henry
Charles Chobot, in his 40th year. Rela
tlvea and friends are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral from bis late home. ?
41 Jackson av.. Little Neck, L. I., on ?
Tuesday, Februnry 3, at 11 v. m. ; thence !
to/.ion Church. Interment private.
CLEARY On February 1. Catherine Cleary !
(nee Whalen), beloved wife of the late !
William Cleary. Funeral from her late j
residence. 235 East HKth st.. on February
?I. at, 9:30 a. m. : theme to the Church of ?
Our Lady of Good Counsel. Interment |
Calvary. - .
COX?Delilah Garretson, February 2, 1920,
in her 91st year. Funeral services at the
residence of her ?on, Robert Lynn Cox, 87 ;
North Mountain av., Montclair, N. J.,
Wednesday afternoon, February 4, at 8:30
o'clock. Interment at Buffalo, N. Y.
Flowers gratefully declined. ,
COX At Ridgeflcld Park. N. J., Fehrunrv
1, 1920, Howard S., beloved husband of
Mary Friend Cox, aged 35 years. Funeral ?
services from his late residence, 64 Ober- j
peck av., Ridgefleld Park. N. J., on Tues- ,
day, February '.'>, at 8 o'clock.
CROSS~On January 31. 1920, Julia E.. '
widow of Thomas C. Cross, late of 392 \
Fairmounl av., Jersey City. Funeral serv?
ices at her laLe residence, 165 Sylvan av..
Leonia, N. J., on Tuesday, February .'!, at ;
1 p. m. Train leaves Jersey City 11:44
a. m. Please omit flowers.
DE CRENY?At Flushing, N. Y.. on Sunday,
February 1, 1920, George F., beloved bus
band of Anna W. Do Creeny, in the 63d
year of his age. Relatives and friends are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral
services at his late residence, 19 Botanic
Place, Flushing. N. Y? on Tuesday even?
ing, February 3, at 8 o'clock. Interinen!
private.
DEMPSEY?On January 31, Frances 13
Dempsey, tho beloved daughter of the late
James and Hannah Dempsey (nee McCue).
Funeral from her late residence, 579 Oak
Tree Place (East 181st st.), on Tuesday,
February 3, at 9:30 a. m. : thence to St.
Martin of Tours Church, where a solemn
high requiem mass will be sung. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery. Automobile cortege. -
DIAMOND?On February 1, 1920, suddenly,
at her home, ?f>6 Monroe st.. Brooklyn,
Anna M. Diamond, widow of Matthew
Diamond and aunt of (.'hurles A. Ilam
mann. On account of other sickness in
family, funeral, services will be held at i
Janes M. E. Church, Re?d av., corner Mon?
roe st., on Tuesday evening. February 3,
1920, at 8 o'clock.
DOLAN?On February 1, Nora, beloved wife
of the lat^ William Dolan and mother o?"
Thomas Mahoney and Mrs. Mary Walsh.
Funeral from her late residence, 27 Am?
sterdam av., Wednesday, February 4, at 10 ;
a. m. ; thence to the Church of the Paulist
Fathers. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
DOUGLAS?On Saturday, January 31, 1920,
Arthur E., beloved husband of Mary' Doug- .
las (nee Shaughnessy). Funeral from bis
late residence, 28 First Place. Brooklyn,
Wednesday, February I, at, 9:30 a. in.; ;
thence to St. Stephen's R. ('. Church,
where a. solemn requiem mass will be
offered.
DRUMMOND?Catharine A., beloved wife of
Andrew L. Drummond, suddenly. January
31, at her home, "70 Cumberland st.,
Brooklyn. Solemn requiem mass, Chapel
of Queen of All Saints, Tuesday, Febru?
ary 3, at l'> a. m. Interment private.
DUFFY- Ellen, widow of Thomas Duffy and
stepmother of Mrs. Mary Grogan and Mrs.
Catherine Lilly. Funeral from her late
residence, 2058 Ryer av., on Wednesday.
February 4. at 8:30 a. in. Requiem mass
at St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock. In?
terment Calvary Cemetery.
DUNSTATTER?On Feb. I 1920. Hen?
rietta A. Dunstatter, wife of August Dun
Matter, in her 68th year. Funeral serv?
ices at her late home, 11218 Brandon av.,
Richmond Hill, L. L, on Tuesday, Feb. 3,
at 8 j). m. Interment Wednesday, Feb. 4.
at 10 a. m., at Maple Grove Cemetery.
EAHI.lv On Sunday. February 1. 1920, al
her apartment 1 Lexington av.. Cornelia
l>. Earle, daughter of the late Morris and
Mary E. Earle, in the 70th year o? hi i - e.
Funeral at her late residence on Tuesday,
February 3, ?'t 10:30 a, m. Interment at
Hartford. Conn.
EISIG?On Feb. I, Monash, at the Manhat?
tan Square Hotel, 77th St. and Columbus
av. Funoral Kervic.es Tuesday, Feb 3, at
L0:30 A. M.
EISIG?Monash. Members of Kurnik Benev?
olent Association arc respectfully re?
quested to attend the funeral of our es-j
? i mecj ex-President, Monash Eisig, from
his hit' re idence, Manhattan Square Ho?
le] so West 77th st., Tuesday morning,
1.0:30 prompt. By order M, M. Lisso,
President. George Samuels, Honorary Sec?
retary.
FERRIS?-On January 31, at the Presby?
terian Hospital, Emily B., wife of Frank?
lin Ferris, 350 West 20th st., and daughter
of the ?are Elias B. Littell. Funeral on
Tuesday, February 3, at 11. a. m., in the
, hapel of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian
Church, 3 West 65th st. Interment Rose
dale Cemetery, Montclair, N. J.
FLEMING?Elizabeth, widow of William H.
Fleming. Funeral from her hue residence,
1722 Webster av., on Wednesday. Febru?
ary 4, at 9:30 a. in. Requiem mas.-, at
St. Joseph's Church, 10 o'clock. Inter
ment St. Raymond's.
FORMAN?Suddenly, on January 31, 1920,
Lulu Forman, at the home of her mother,
Annie Forman I nee Morris I. Funeral
Tuesday, at 2 p. m.
FORSYTHE?On Sunday, February 1, 1920.
Theresa Forsythe, beloved daughter of John
Anderson, in her 2Sth year. Funeral serv?
ie,;; at her late residence, 15 North
Burgher av.. West New Brighton, S. I..
on Wednesday. February 3, at 2 p. m.
GARRETTSON?Saturday night, January 31,
Helen, widow of Francis T. Garrettson and
daughter of the late Mary Rutherford Jay
and Frederick Prime, in her 84th year.
Funeral private. Interment at Rye, N. Y.
It is earnestly requested that no flowers be
rent.
GEBBIA?On January 31, 1920, Josephine,
beloved wife of Giuseppe Gebbia, Funeral
from her late residence, 304 East 89th st..
Tuesday, February 3, at 9:30 a. m. Re?
quiem mass at the Church of Our Lady
of Good Counsel, East 90th st., at 10
o'clock. Interment Calvary.
GLOVER?At the residence of his brothel-, j
in New York City, Henry VV. H. Glover.
of Richmond. Va., late of Atlanta, son of
Robert Ogden Glover and Anne White
Dibby, in hia 61st year. Funeral from
the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, 84th
st. and Park av., Tuesday morning, Feb?
ruary J, at 11 o'clok. Richmond, Va.,
and Atlant?. Ca., papers jilease copy.
GOODALL?In her 43d year, at her resi?
dence, 354 Rldgewood av., Brooklyn, on
January 31, 1920, Nellie Goodall. Sur?
vived by her husband. "William; four
daughters, Grace, Florence, Mabel and
Helen. Internment on Wednesday, at 2 p.
m., in Calvary Cemetery.
GOODRICH?Sidney P. January 31, Som
erville, N. J. Services at Church of Res?
urrection on arrival at Kew Gardens of 3
p. tn. train from Pennsylvania Station.
Tuesday, February 3.
GUILURARD On Saturday, January 31,
1920, Julius L. Guilurard. Funeral from
his late residence. 317 West 44th ?t.. on
Tuesday, February 3, at 10:30 a. m.
Solemn requiem mass at Holy Cross
Church. West 42d st., at 11 a. m. Inter?
ment Calvary Cemetery. Automobile cor?
tege. Louisville, Ky., papers please copy. -
ROCHE -Saturday. January 31, .Mary Roche,
1er thirty-three years faithful and efficient
housekeeper in the Cathedral Rectory.
Funeral Tuesday. February 3. Solemn
mass in tbe Cathedral. 10 a. m. Relatives
and friends are respectfully invited.
BOAR- Jeremiah, beloved husband of Ellen j
Lawlor and father of Michael, Arthur.
Gertrude, Howard, Catherine Kurtz, Paul '
and George. Funeral from his late resi- :
dence, 1222 Beach a\.; Tuesday, February
3, 9:30 a. in.; thence to the Church cf '.
the Holy Family, Castlehill av. Mass at
10 o'clock. Interment St. Raymond's. - :
HODSON?On January 31, Clara Hodson,
beloved wife of William J. Hodson. Fu
neral from her late residence, 436 East
138th st, Tuesday, 9:30 a. ta. ; thence to ;
St. Jerome's Church. - ?
HOHENSEE?At Tarrylown. N. Y.. on Feb?
ruary I, 1920, Barbara Clara, infant daugh
ter of Karl and Lillian Hohensee. Funeral .
service? will be held at the home of her ?
parents, 221 North Broadway, on Tuesday,
rebruary 8. ** 2 ?>. m. Interment private, j
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
HORAN?On Saturday arter a short illness,
Mary E. Horan of 259 St. Nicholas Ave?
nue, Brooklyn. Funeral to be Wednesday
morning, at 10 o'clock, with a requiem
'nasa at St. Brigid's R. C. Church. - j
! "V^^EY?Sunday. February 1. 1920. Dr.
I ?'"lam F., belayed son of Thomas P. and
i n?t'Z. A- Ho*Sj>-, and brother of Dr. ,
Www? ft. Thoma* Jr.. ???faux M. Howl?*, ?
DEATHS
dineral from hia late residence, 406 West
Thirty-fourth Street Wednesday, February
I: requiem "in ? St. Michael's I h
10 :V) a. tn. K ?ndlj < mil ?ov ? ?
HCT)si>V?On February I I rO> Carolin?.
Beiden, widow of William H. Hudson and
daughter of the lat4 Hi Henry und Caro?
line Wilcox ili Idi n, a( her r< '
Grand Avenue, Fordham Services at
Ore?ton Avenue Baptist Church, Cn ton
Avenue and Fordham Road, Wednesday,
Fnhriifiry 4. at '.' p, rn. Interment private?
BULL On February I, 1920, Elizabeth
Langthorno, infant daughter of Laurence
Cameron and Margaret Simmons Hull.
JACOBS?On Saturday. January 31, 1920,
Roselma, beloved wife of Sol E. Jacobs
and beloved daughter of Mr. and Mr?.
Kmanuel Straus: l'unirai frurii the
chapel, 503 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, on
Tuesday, February 3, at 10 a. m. Inter?
ment at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
JONES?At her home, H'.'. James ?U. Kngle
vvoni), N. .f., suddenly, of pneumonia, Sat?
urday, 7 p. m . Elizabeth Jone Funeral
from Greenlraf's funeral parlors, on I'ati
.-.ndc av., 10:30 a. m., Tuesday, February,'!.
Interment Woodlawn.
KAIGH1N?Suddenly, on February I. Mar?
garet Kaighin (ncf Murray), beloved wife
of Charles Kaighin. Funeral from her
late residence, 358 East 139th *.. Tue day
February '?'.. at 9 a. rn. ; thence to
rome's Church, where a requiem n
be offered, interment St. Raymond's.
KAUFMAN Jacob, on February ' Service
THE FUNERAL CHI RCH (Franl I
Campbell), B'way, 66th it . February ?'?
To a. m.
KERR?On Saturday, January 31
Margaret Ken- (nee Capli I, beloved wife
of Charla Kerr and mother of <
ami Frank Kerr, at her re idei :
25th st.. at Guttenberg, .v. .1. Ma;, w ii
lie held at St. Joseph'. Church of t; ?? !v
nades on Tuesday, February ?':, at 10 a. m. -
Kit H NET?On Saturday, January :;\ Marie
Haverty, native of County Galway, Ire?
land, beloved wife of Richard Kichnet, at
her residence, LG : East 33d Bt. Funeral
Tuesday, 10:30 a. m., at St. Stephen's
Church.
KOERFGEN?On January ::!, Anna Koerf
gen i tfee LocbererJ belovi d .-. ?fe of Alfred
Koerfgen and daughter of Gertrude L?ch?
ere;-. Funerul fr< m Coyle's funeral par?
lors. 245 i-... i : 0th '.. on Ti day, ! i b
ruary :, at 9:30 a. m. : thence to the
Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel, ii -
termenl Calvary.
KOSTNER? On Sunday, February !. 1920.
Helen Kostner (nee Fia I. bi oved wife
of Charles Kostner, aged 31 years. Friends
aval relatives are respectfully invited ;
attend the funeral on Wedne day.
ary -1, at 9:30 a. m.. from her late resi?
dence, 344 East 45th st.; thence to St.
Boniface's Church, 47th st. and 2d a* . at
10 o'clock.
KURVY?On Sunday, February 1, 1920, at
his residence, 69 Howe av.. Passai.-. N. J.,
John Kurvy. Funeral services at. the First
M. E. Church, Bloomfleld and Gregory
avs., at Passaie, N. J., on Wednesday,
February 1, at 2:30 p. m.
LANGE?At his residence, 2C.0X Grand av.,
Fordhain Heights, New York City, Febru?
ary t, Charlea Lan?e, husband of Coralie
E. D. Lange. Funeral service Tuesdaj
evening, 8:30. Interment private
LASSIJil?Adolph Norman, beloved ?<?:: ??'.
Adolph and Insa La.ssus, January 30, 1920,
?Kcd 5 years S months. Funeral from. 393
7th av., Tuesday, L' p. m. Dobbys Ferry,
N. Y.. papers please copy.
M'CARTHY- On January I',',. 1920, Mary A,
M'Carthy (nee Quinn), beloved daugl ?
of Mary Quinn and ?ister of John. Fu?
neral from her late residence, 200 Ea '
L'7th st.. on Tuesday, Fob. Z, 1920 : -hence
to St. Stephen's Church, in East 28th st.,
where a requiem mass will he offered for
the repose of her soul at 9 A. M. in?
terment Calvary Cemeterj Arrange?
ments by Undertaker T. F. Murr a:
M'CARTHY?Mary. sister of El
McCarthy. Funeral from 'he home of
Mrs. Kopp, 466 58th Bt., Brooklyn, Tues?
day, 9 A. M. ; thence to the < hurch < if
Our Lady of Perpetual tie i lerment
Calvary Cemetery.
McCONNELL- On Jan. 31, 1920, Jarr.es H.
McConnell, President of the Harl m R?< r
Towboat Line, beloved brotl ? o? Ellen
Jane McConnell. lanera! service at St.
Andrew's Church, 5th av. and 127th Bt.,
on Tuesday, Feb. 3. at i" A. M. lnt< r
ment at Woodlawn Cemetery.
M'CORRY?On January 31 An?
thony McCorry, beloved husband oi MuO
line McCorry inee Di tz). Funeral from
his late residence, 601 Eagle av., B onx,
' February 3, a1 10 o'clock Mass of requiem
at the Church of SS. Peter and Paul, 159th
st. and St. Ann's av. Interment St. Ray?
mond's.
M'GOLDRICK I In Satu : . . Janua
1920, Peter, beli ved husband
Hannah McGol Iric i) and
beloved father of Sa ah
Peter J., Richard and
rick. Relatives and friends a e ) ?? -
fully invited to at rid ' I ro
his late residence, 144 ; : av.,
?- ity, on Wi dnesdi L
a. m. ; thenci to A
' a solemn high mas a will be of?
fered.
M'GUINESS?February L, Cecilia, beloved
wife of Thomas McGuiness and mother if
John Leahy. Funeral from her la ?? -evi?
dence, 457 West 44th st., on We
February 4, at I p. m, Kindly omit
flowers.
MACKENZIE?On Saturday, lanu f ?
1920, George A. R. Mackenzie, 1 ?
band of Effie and father of Johl
and Catherine, in his 61st year. Funeral
service at his late residence, 2353 Wash?
ington av.. Bronx, Tue da , at 3 p. m.
Interment Woodlawn.
MARX?Suddenly, on Saturday, January 31,
1920, at his home, 228 North 7th ,
Newark. N. J., 1 beloved husbs !
of Sophia Marx. Services at
Cole's Chapi I. 524 Oral
morn i g, February '
ornir. flowers.
MAXWELL?On January 31, Edward v'
belove-J husband of Hazel. Funeral1]
day February ';. fn ; i ?dene of hi
sister, Mrs. (I. 1.. ! nond n, Wi
I02d .-t., at 9 o'i Ii
of St. Elizabeth, Bn adwa. a 1
interment Cal\ ary. Automol ??
MEEHAN Suddi
monia, l.e Roy ived
of Dorothy F. (nee Knigb u ,'
Mr.;. .Mabel il. .'?', ehati ... . bj o1 ? r
Leslie A. and VVilliam Me han,
years. FuneraJ Bervice the ri
of hi, moth? -, 507 Wesl L78th ?1 . ?.' ?
day aften "on. February I ..- -'?
MEURER -January ; ? . ' .
loved wif.' John and mother Vn?
Meurer. sister of .Canne Gruloos and
sister-in-law i f Ang? ?na Loui
Meurer, aged '?'? i years. : u. f . .-.: ' ? ??
?ate resid nee, 218 ?.7th .-. : ?? .
Requiem ma at Co Belgian Cath i i;
Church. W( 17th si ?esday morning
lOo'cloc
MEYER ?!{.. ... ?ry 1. S? rvic
FUNERAJ, < HURCH (Frank K. I ami
bell). B'
MIDDLETON Jean Drew, beloved wifa of
Rimer T. Middle! in n : ebruary :.'. Notic?
of funeral later.
MOOREHEAD Josephii on February 2.
Lying in state at THE i \ NERAL
CHURCH (Frank E, Campbell), iSruad
way, 66tb b
MORRISON' o,; Friday, January 30. James
1'., beloved husband of Mary M
mee Power). Funeral from hi- late resi?
dence, :,::: West ; itb st, Tuesday, at 10
o'clocl. Ri [uiem mass at the Churo! of
St. Columba, 10:15 o'clock, Interment
Calvare.
MORTIMER Suddenly. on February !.
Lidie V.. Mortimer beloved daughter of
Emma and the late Frederick J. Mortimer.
Services at her late residence, 276 SI
Ann's av, (East 139th st I, Tuesday eve?
ning at s o-lo,-, Funeral Wednesday
r ebruary !. ai 10 a. m. '.
MURPHY- On January 31 ?t v.n Seaman
av., Evelyn Philbin, beloved wife of W
I-rank Murphj and m'ster of the Rev
DEAtHS
Thomas G. PhilWn. I'm??! ?-i?^,,",,
10 n m at the Chur h <f ?;., <.,*P'
he d. 207th il and B ' Rn>
NAN'f'K?On February i. f^n MarU r
Mancl ' oee Derseh), ha h<% j!/' . .
of Harry W Mam-I (r an?< ha ???? .,
1 imeraJ ?erv'?? ruesday e^nlng, :. ..
,,ry '.. ? O clock runer?! f,,r, n J
enta* residence, 1364 Franklin a Br??T
on Wednesday afternoon, 2 r/coci? ''
NEWMAYR?Or, January 3! 1 > ? of _
monla, Frank S. Newmay/, at hig ?2"
<'e?,-r. 35 Hawthorn? s*.. Flatbish T'"
ncr?l ?. 1 i? id ly, Febr
at .' p. 'm. tntermei ' Luth (rai
mobile coi tege.
O'LOUGHLIN?January "t. 1920 Willi??
na.-l of Mae fTLougb i,' ,^1
Cahill;, patrolman, 4th Precin?) KinwS
hia late residence. 6 -, .'
Broo ? , '; . ?? day morning,
Requiem mass al t1 e Church of Our ; ?j.
? Perpetual Help, I I o'clock. ^
OLMSTED Saturday, January rj. ?j??
Mai on I daughter of ] .\ ^A
? L. Olmsted, awed 26 years. Punetsl
ervices at her late residen e, 2430 Brori
East, Tuesday evening, February ?
at 8 o'clock. .
ORT Carl, on February 1. o? pnr-jmoni?
Lying in state THE F1 NERAL < HVRCH
Campbell Building Broad ? a - d ??;?>. ,.
PAGE Alice Ann Mary, or pneumi nia, fa
19tn year, faltljfi I nurse and f- ?nd ?
the family of Albert /.. Gray, in East :y_
?? Funeral al above a'idre^? on Wednes.
day, February 1 at B?30 a. m.
PENNER Emanuel. suddenly, on February
!, beloved ?on of Mr. and Mr-. Bernhard
Penner, brother of William M and .'?.'??
* ; from bis late residence,
884 7tb ?v.. Tuesday, at 1 i. r
PHELPS?Al Conn., on Saturday
the Rev. I Newton
? ? '?' A : il ??-.; lervice will he held
John' i . -'arrford. Conn., on
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
PHILLIPSEN?Elizabeth P., . eparted .r.?
life on Jan. ."1 : born 18S7, Funeral serv?
ice at her late residence, ]_-. gg, et
B wklyn, Tuesday evening, S o'clock. In!
i rivate. Pleas? omit fimcor,
? and and (Norway) ? ipers pira??
.
SERR] -Mable H 11 ter, wife of F R. sV-ri.
at her home, ?S75 Brooklyn av . Brooklyn,
brua ry 1.
SHIPMAN -Frederick Halsted. son of Care
M. and the late Ca'eb H., a;;?.! ? M
February -'? at his residence, . * m(nj
N. J. Funeral service, will be l e d ??
. late residence, Wednesday. February
t. at :; :30 j>. m. 1 ra.n ..
terminal of Lackawanna Railroad at
ii. m.
SHIPP- \t Montreal, Canada. February J,
I, Frances Crawford Mian, wife of e!
Maltby Shirp and daughter ol Ma'7 E 0
.Mian and the late Charlea F. Allan, of
Newburgh, N. Y.
SILBF.RBFRC Siegfried, on February I
Servie,.: THE FUNERAL CHURCH (Frank
E. Campbell), B'way, 66th st., February?,
a. in.
SI LLIVAN?After a short illness, janie<
11., beloved husband of Ju ia Sullivan.
; ed l'une -a! f r im his lata
residence, 632 East 17th Bt . Tuesday, 9:30
m : then :e to the Church of the Im
e Conception, Fa>- i 1 ? h *:.. wher*
mass vv.il he offered for the repose of hi*
bouI. Providence and i'aii River paper*
? lease copy.
ISULLIVAN On Jan. 31, Ellen (nee N.
I, beloved wife of Thomas Sullivan
? ::1 Tuesday from her late re Idencc
". West 84th st; thence to Holy Trinity
t lurch, West 82d st., where requiem mas?
wiU be held at lu a. m. for the repose of
her sou!. Interment Calvary.
SWEENEY?On Jan. 3'), Elizabeth Sweeney
(nee Betty McKeever), beloved mother of
\ nie and William Sweeney. Funeral
f om her late residence, '0 Bedford st..
( ity, on Tuesday, February 3, 9:30 a. m. :
thence to St. Joseph'3 Church. Interment
1 alvary Cemetery.
TARRANT?January 31, 1920, James Tar
int, in his 20th year, dearly beloved son
1 f Mary Tarrant (nee Healy) and the late
Pichan! Tarrant. native of Glensfelsk,
County Kerry, Ireland. Funeral from hi?
late residence, 215 East 101st si . Tues
day, February 3, :':15 a. m. ; thence to St.
Cecilia's Church, where a solemn high
??ill be ':?.n^.,. for the repose of hi?
nil. Interment Calvary.
T?NNANT?On February 1, in he 27th
Madeline (nee Rosenhainl l??loved
wife of Roy M. ami devoted daughter of
1 M -?-.ter of Ro?
is , in] R n tin Fui -
A Rothschild. 159 W h
m Tuesday, Februars ' . m. -
HE A LI/?John, 1 at hk
idi e, 120 Ea 55tl 1 1 ;r..cral
pri\ te, Wednesday, February.4.
rRACI Melanie widow ? of John Martin
. rr ? mother M irg erit? Tracy.
larle Stewart and Jacques Hubert
Fel ruary 1. 1920. 1 uj ?ral private.
.-. ( copy.
\ ?; I, Edward I
V? ?',?
'1 1' metal
rvicea at late resilience. 1789 West ehtl
Street, Broo ?esda a'
v' p. ta. Interment Wednesday, M avian
Cemetery, .Sat. n Island
? VERSCHOOR?At Larchmont, N V. Sun
! 19 i, Constance '? ?
K-hoor, ru the ddei In - son Otta
i' . 1 he heH
her late re lence Tuesday at II a. m.
? ermi nt at Manhasset, 1
VINT?N- On February 1, Anna (nee Bax
eloved ? ? ife ? I the late 1 rederid
Funeral from her !h ? resident*
on esda nee to th?
Chur :h of St G il i ; Mas* ? . I a. m. -
yon DEESTEN?O '20, Hen
?if of Dr UV : ? ? T. von
1 ed daughter of Fred
( : nd ii La In lier 43d year
Pun, -. rvicea wi her late
.' v Garden k1 Hoi ol a,
Wedn ? ?.-, ? ' . bruai y F, at '.
VI ( " : UK -At Woodcliff-on-Hudson. North
,? .
In?
. i at ! airvie*
Plea e -.o: il Howcni
WARTTINGER On Jan is r 31 I? \ '? ' "
J. Wa and of Li uis?
[ 1 ?? ,. f 'w Bfs
I uneral ire ?w
Old Broadway ot i ?esday, Keb
. '. at ' a m : then '? '?? the I tauten
Vnnun ;iatioi otei aaei t St R?y
WEIL?On 1 I uHUK'n
ter ol ' ? h and > ? a Weil. ^ ! uneral
serv ice Febi V a- m"
al her b;te. residence, th st
'.?. Irvington, N J , on Sunday.
;..,!. . . I, Mor beloved husband
of Helen Weiss (nee B bei in bij 6?
yey. Funeral from a* residene?
' Jpringfli . - '?' '? N. J- ?"
,,;-.? ?> ni. ):l!" "
ebrev? Cemetery, South Orange av..
Ne tvark. Omit llov.. :
? . ING \KTI-;n Mildred, belove ! daught?
of Bi tha and Bister ? . Josepb,
-s, .. ,1 : ,. ? Jennie Weis?
,: from her lal ? residene?.
Pro pe< t av., Bronx, 1 uesdaj ' ' ? '
a. m. Kind y omit dowers.
WETM?RE J inuar: 192 ', Franoj*
Aug ista merly of New Brow
..... R^rniul!*
lying Mcrritt Chanel. 223 Kth
av., nea I ?? ? . Ices St. PeUr*
: hurch thst., Tuesday,at 12:30. -
WINDISCB On January 31, I > Capta!?
Car! \.. beloved son of August and L -ui?a
.'. ? " Funeral seW
ices 1 d lal residenea)
?HP) Gard '? on 'I'uc?
day, February, i, at v n m.
WILSON On Jannary 3] 1920 WillirtP
A., beloved husband of Mary E Wil-op.
I 11 ral Tuesday, 10 a. nv, from hi 1st?
nee, L238 Clay ???? . th< nee ' i SS
tine's Church. East 167th st. be
i een Fulton and Franklin at AuUWp
bile cortege.
CAMPBELL SERVICE^ IS \OT CON
FIXED TO \/;u YORK CITY. 1
A telephone call will bring our
representative to you, wherever yon
may be, with the least possible delay.
,. ? ?/V.e,Pe"*0naI ^?????tives almost everywhere
Call Columbus 8200." Any Hour. Day or Sight.
FRANK E. CAMPBFLL
"THE FUNERAI CHunrH"
S&?KiKAS***' ? &" St~? at S?* Ave
ArtKtl?' l "?Taj Designs oar hpeeialty
flower? for all Occasions.
MAUSOLEUM INTERNMENT
Do not bury underground !
We offer sanitary' CRYPTS and NICHES for
one or more, in Magnificent Mausoleum
(60 inlnut.-s from X. \ City lia,',
at no gr*a'cr cost tlian ground buvtal
N-T??<2immunJLtJ' Mausoleum ComitrucUoo Co
60? Tim? BullUla?, Tel, nil fcryaj^, ,
Lucking?, Bender & Schutte, lie.
?61 DJ?rUTSK>:>^ Chapel & show Room?,
i - . ' VK .?<????? V?N < KMKI BRY,
-, ,? .-t By Hartem Train anJ fcy Tritts**
i-OlS Ol IHlial) si/-.,, foi **!?
i ois??, a? s*at ?jd at, ?i, t.

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