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Conference at Washington
Urges IL S. Investigation
und Prosecution of Any 1
Found Violating Law,
Many Lines Represented
Statement Declares High
Wages Prevent Any Imme?
diate Reduction in Prices
WASHINGTON. Feb. 8. Increased i
?h odUCtl??!i, more efficient distribution
i ",d stabilization of prices ave neces?
sary to reduce the prices of clothing.
dealers in men's wear to-day informed
Howard Figg, who is in charge of the
Hepartment of Justice campaign to re- !
ouce the cost of living.
Representatives of the clothing trade ?
concluding a two-day conference adopt- ,
ed resolutions pledging cooperation of ?
the manufacturers, merchants, pro
ducers and employees in the clothing
industry to the Department of Justice, (
which was called upon to investigate .
charges of profiteering and if sub?
stantiated to institute prosecutions. A
committee composed of one member
from each organization was appointed
to assist Mr. Figg in carrying out the
recommeiultaions of the conference.
Organizations represented were the ;
National Retail Clothiers' Association, j
National Retail Dry Goods Association, j
National Association of Clothiers, ?
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Cloth- j
ing Mamifacturers'.Assoeiation of New ;
York, American Association of Woolen |
and Worsted Manufacturers. National ;
Association of Wool Munufacturers.
American Cotton Association, Missis
sippi Valley Association, Cotton States
Official Advisory Marketing Board and !
the Association of Presidents of State j
In a statement to-night outlining the I
result of the conference, Mr. Figg said
lhat causes for the present high prices,
ways and means of correcting them, !
standardization of clothing and other ?
pertinent matters entered into the dis- !
cussion, which the department feels
developed facts which will be of mate- j
After the conference the National j
Association of Clothiers issued a state- ?
ment in which it warned that the pub- \
lie .should not expect any material re?
duction in the price of clothing, be- ;
cause of increased wages being paid by
Cloak Makers Ordered
To Refund Overcharge
- ? ,
flyman <& Binder Given Day
by Food Chief to Return
The firm of H y man & Binder, cloak ;
manufacturers, of 1.10 West Twenty
fifth Street, was ordered yesterday by
Federal Food Administrator Arthur Wil- '
liams to make a refund for alleged over- '
charging on goods sold to H. P. Bel-j
sinfrer, of Of Madison Avenue, or to pur- !
chase the material back from the latter.!
H. Frank, general manager of the]
company, and J. L. Hyman, a member of
the firm, told Mr. Williams at his office
that some nf the goods sold to Belsinger
had been purchased a year ago, at $3.50
a yard, while a portion had been pur?
chased inter at a considerably higher
price. Belsinger bought 1,272 yards at
Mr. Frank declared that the froods, ;
tricotine, could not be purchased under
?5.r>0 ?i yard at the mills at present, and
that his firm's price was based on this
and supply and demand. He declared
that it was found necessary to recoup;
losses made on other transactions dur- i
ing the year and that, by the law of '
averages, his firm had not profiteered.
He said Hyman ft Hinder did a busi?
ness of approximately $1,000,000 a year.
Williams declared that it was neces?
sary for firms dealing in essential com?
modities to hold down their proiits to a
minimum under present unsettled condi- ?
lions. He said that he would give i
Hyman & Binder just twentyvfour
hours in which either to turn the excess
profit, totaling $1,500, to Belsinger or to
some charity, or to repurchase the goods.
At the office of Grauer ft Raykopf, 140
Nassau Street, attorneys for Hyman &
Binder, it was said last night that the j
goods would probably be repurchased. i
Mr. Williams plans to turn tho case j
over to United States Attorney Ben A.
Matthews if a settlement is not made;
Aged Paralytic Walks;
Says Faith Cured Hiru
Vielim of Stroke Had Keen !
Wheeled in Invalid Chair
for Fifteen Year?
EVANSVILLE, Ind., Feb. 2. That
complete faith cured htm and enabled j
him to walk Is th? belief of William
H. Blackman, eighty-three years old,
head of a local floral company, who |
walked to-day for the first time in fif- '
?een years. During all these years he
has been wheeled about in an invalid :
chair, his affliction coming from a ;
stroke of paralysis suffered fifteen i
To-day. when suffering from a bed
cold, Mr. Blackmun called in a physi?
cian, who told him he seemed to have !
a good deal of strength In his legs
an?l he ought to walk.
At this Mr. Ulackman got out of his
invalid chair and walked as well as
ever, and lie says he believes he is now
Maryland Ex-Governor Dies
Frank Brown Started a? Slate
Tohaceo Warehouse Clerk
BALTIMORK. Feb. 3.- Frank Brown,
'orroer Governor of Maryland, died at
his home here to-day after a long ill?
Frank Brown, Governor of Maryland
'rom 181)2 until 189G, was born in Car?
roll County, Maryland, seventy-four
?ears ago. In 1870 he took a position
as clerk in the state tobacco ware?
house, and six years later was elected
*o the Maryland House of Representa?
tives, where he served two years. He
ivas postmaster of Baltimore from 18S?'>
until 1890. Aft??r his retirement a?
Governor, in 135)8, Brown devoted his
? ttentton to the management of his
family estates and engaged in farming
snd stock raising on a largo scale. He I
was formerly president of the Mary- :
land State Agricultural and Mechanical
Triplets Follow Triplets
ALBANY, Ala., Feb. 8.?Six children
-two sets of triplets -within fifteen i
months 1? the hirth record in the family j
of Mr. and Mr?. Posey Livingstone, of
Albany. The second trio of children!
?>pr?> born yesterday and all are well. I
Federal Income Tax Questions
Atutwared for The Tribune by Morris F. Frey* assistant
treasurer Guaranty Trust Company
<%> if, r. //. May l deduct a lump sum
from my tujrabt? ?ncotn? for war tares paid
on theater ticket.*, tobacco, clothing, dma.>,
etc.. during 1018?
A. The Treasury Department litt? rule?!
that the war excise taxes Imposed by Section
900 of the revenue net of 191a upon tho
manufacturer, producer or importer of the
articles specified I herein, including automo?
biles, cameras, candy, chewing ?rum, furs?,
iportlns goods, etc., are not deductible by
the individual purchaser In computing net
In the ease of taxes levied under Section
904 upon such articles a? boot*, show, car?
pets, rug's, trunks, valiges, clothing, etc., the
purchaser is liable, though the dealer actually
collecta the tax from the purchaser and pays
(t over to '.he Collector of Internal Revenue,
. mi such taxes appear to be deductible.
In the case of t?.\c* levied under Socti?>n
907 upon toilet articles, patent medicines,
etc., the purchaser actually p?yn the tux.
though the dealer affixes (lie stump to the
article taxed, imd in these cases i1 would
?ecu? that the taxes ?re deductible by the
purchaser and not by the dealer.
In the cases of taxe? imposed under Sec?
tions i'02 Rnd 905 upon sculpture, paintings,
statuary, jewelry, clocks, etc., the dealer or
vender is primarily liable, and it would ap?
pear that such taxes are not deductible by
The tax on cigars, cigarettes and tobacco
levied under Title 7 of the law is assessed
against the manufacturer or importer, hence
it nppcars not to be deductible by the pur?
chaser. The tax on theater tickets, on the
other hand, beinn payable by the purchaser,
would seem to be deductible.
Although the State Comptroller luis Hol is?
sued n specific ruling on this question, it is
probable that deductions under the state law
should be taken on the same basis.
<A - /?'. C. B.: I" a British subject, resi?
dent in Ihr United States, allowed to claim
exemption under th? Federal income fa-r /<ne
en the same haai? <w an Am?ricain citizen".
1 am tke head of a familu. and wish to
claim exemption <i.s such.
A Residents of the United States are
entitled ;?) the same credit for personal ex?
emption a? citizens.
in Brutal Murder
Of Girl hi Home
Neighbors Furnish Descrip?
tion of Foreign-Looking
Man Seen Lurking Near
Hoxie Flat Before Slaying
Search for the man who murdered
seventeen-year-old Kcihm Constance
Hoxie in lier home, at 72 West Eighty
ninth Street, Monday afternoon, cen?
tered yesterday around a Spaniard who
had been a frequent visitor 'of former
lodgers in the apartment.
Evidence of a ten-year-old boy and
his mother living in the same house
with the Hoxies, who spoke to ;? stran?
ger standing at the Hoxie apartment
door about the time the murder was
committed, is expected to assist the
police in running down the criminal.
Evidence Against Spaniard
Suspicions against the Spaniard was
directed by the police as the result of
information given by Ernest Enoch, a
former conductor of the Chicago Grand
Opera Company. Enoch had come to
the Hoxie house at about 1:30 p. m.
on the day of the murder in response
to an advertisement the Hoxies had
inserted to rent a room of their
apartment. After looking over the
plnce he said he would let the girl
know if he would take it later.
He told the police the girl said the
room had previously been occupied by
two Spaniards, but that they hud not
been desirable tenants.
"She said they were out of the room
all night." said Enoch, "and in the room
all day, an.I that her father objected
to them. He ordered them away. She
said she would be glad to have some
person of refinement in the room. When
I left I told her I would let her know
later if 1 would take it." Enoch said he
was attracted to the ad because it of?
fered a piano.
The two Spaniards who formerly oc?
cupied the room were located by the
police yesterday in a house on Ninety
sixth Street. After a half hour of
questioning by Captain of Detectives
Thomas. Walsh, the latter said the two
Spaniards had proved to his satisfaction
that they had been ?it their new home
at, the time of "the murder. They told
Captain Walsh they had lost track of
their visitor two weeks ago and didn't
know where he lived.
Description of Stranger
Mrs. Sidney Berger and Kay Berger,
her ten-year-old son, who live on the
opposite si?le of the hallway leading
to tho Hoxie rooms, hase given to the
police an excellent description of the
stranger they saw standing near the
Hoxie apartment door about the time
of the murder. They agree that he
was a foreigner "with a swarthy com?
plexion, i peaking broken English,
about thirty-five years old, medium
height, weighing about 140 pounds,
dressed in a dark suit and overcoat,
slouch hat, brown shoes, and was par?
ticularly distinguished by a bristling
The Berger boy said he ha?! returned
from school shortly after :> p. m.
When he arrived in the vestibule front
which open the doors to the two apart?
ments he saw a stranger standing
?here. While he was ringing his own
bell, he said, the stranger turned to
him and ?said: "What-- the matter?'
Isn't Miss Hoxie home."
As the advertisement matte no men?
tion of a Miss Hoxie. the police are
convinced that the man was thoroughly
acquainted with the Hoxie household
and knew of the girl's presence there.
When Mrs. Berger came to the door
to let her boy in, she says, she also
saw the stranger standing in the hall?
way. Her description of the man tal?
lies with that given by .her boy and i
Mrs. John O'Brien, the janitiess of
the place, who recollected admitting
the man to the house a short time be- !
(?irl Heard Plaj ing I'iano
Electricans who have been working
on Hie first floor of the building said
yesterday they had heard sinking and
piano playing in the Hoxie apartment!
as late as 2:30 p. m. and possibly later. '.
It is the belief of the police that the j
stranger's ring was unanswered at first
because the music hiul drowned out the
noise of the bell. The girl was a music
student and her playing was familiar
to all the neighbors.
The killing of the young girl has j
been placed as having occurred be- '
tween 8 and 3:30 p. m. At the autopsy
yesterday Dr. Charles N. Morris, chief;
medical examiner, declared that the]
girl had been killed by numerous blows!
on the back and side of the head and j
had probably been struck as she opened
the door to admit the stranger. There;
were evidences, too. that the girl had j
been mistreated. She was found in
th? room of Mrs. Sarah Reeves, a
school teacher, who lodges in the Hoxie
apartment and who discovered the
girl's body on returning from a shop?
ping tour about 3:30 p. m.
she lived with her father. Robert S.
Hoxie, an auto mechanic, who works in
Italian Anarchist Is Freed
HOME, Feb. 8.?Enrico Malatesta,
anarchist member of the Chamber of
Deputies, who was arrested aboard a
railroad train at leghorn, after he had
delivered an inflammatory speech at
Pisa, was released to-day after an in?
Q, H. IC. I'leasr advise as t.u ohliya
(ans i" thr matter of paying Federal incarne
tua-. The fact.' are as follow?;
Am mal?, single, 24, and earned $1,600 HI
1919, I harr, sine?- my father':! death, in
September, 1919, maintained th> household
re? ?K/ mother led twenly-ypar-old sister.
Mi/ sister does vnt ram anything and my
mother is unable to.
m) Am I considered ihr "head of the
faniuu" am' henee entitled to a? exemption
oi $2.200 7
<b) If so, do I include in my rctun\ the
si?i?i of $200 received an rent h)i my motherl
tc) The rame, for small gifts of money_ la
ker from my married sister, who is not tiring
tilth us ?
id) The same, ?or my father's life it'
suranre paiil to my mother nod money he
A. -You ?re (Tie lirml ?if n family and
as such entitled tu it personul exemption of
$2,000, with ?in Additional exemption of ?-"'1
if you ar<- the chief support of your mother
and -li" is incapable of Bolf-supporl because
mentally or physically defective.
You should include in your gross income
the $200 received as rent by your mother.
Gifts are exempt from income tax and are
not to be included in muss income. The
proceeds of life insurance policies received
by a benefician are excmpl from tax; like?
wise ?II rrtonej received through bequest or
divise. The income from such money, how?
ever, is subject to income tax.
(I -K. M M.: Would than/, you to ad?
vise nw on thr following ?joints, reference
federal income tax .
K Are cash wedding presents taxable, or
is it unnecessary to statt them in the re
' :'. Ar, educational fees. ? g., I'm, .< Pnce
arcouTittt?ici/ course, deductible from return'I
3. Are. ra.-h. Christmas presents received
from employer taxable, ami is it necessary to
.v'ii(r them iv return '!
A. I. Gifts are not taxable under the
Federal law and need n ? >1 !?? included in
3. No, unless such presents uro m the mi
ture of additional compensation for services
Thomas Calandriello, forty-eight,
who was prominent in politics among
the Italiana of Platbush, ?ii??? ?1 at his
homo, 431 New York Avenue. Brooklyn,
Monday night, of double pneumonia.
He had been ill five 'lays. Calandriello
left the D?mocratie party about five
years ago and at the time of his death
was a leader in the Italian-American
Republican Club of Brooklyn. Mem?
bers of thai society and the St. John
the .Baptist Society, of which he was
president for six years, will attend the
funeral in the Roman Catholic Church
of St. Blaize, at Kingston Avenue and
Maple Street. Brooklyn. Calandriello
was a contractor. lie is survived by
liis wife, Mrs. Rose Calandriello, and
JESSE \V. GROUSE
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3. Jesse W.
Cronse, eighty, formerly chief clerk in
charge of the passenger traffic receipt?
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, who was
widely known in railroad circles, died
of pneumonia at his home here to-day.
He had been ill only n few days.
Mr. ('rouse was a pioneer telegrapher
and in his early life supervised the con?
struction of many lines in the Middle
West. He became acquainted with thi
late Andrew Carnegie over the wire
and the acquaintance grew into a close
personal friendship, which continued
until Mr. Carnegie's death. Dining the
Civil War Mr. ('rouse was in charge of
one of the government telegraph sta?
tions in Washington. He retired from
the Pennsylvania Railroad service
about ten years ago.
REV. H. J. MERTENS
The. Rev. Father Hermann Joseph
Morten?, sixty, pastor of the Church
of Our Lady of Sorrows. Morgan Ave?
nue and Harrison Place, Brooklyn, died
yesterday morning of heart disease,
brought about by overwork. Monda;,
night Father Mortens blessed the
throats of 400 of Ins parishioners, who
applied for blessings to ward olf the
influenza epidemic. He became ex?
hausted after reaching home and died
before medical aid could be called.
Father Mertens was born in Cologne,
Germany, and studied theology at
Bonn. He came to this country when
a young man and completed his relig?
ious studie.-. at St. John's College,
Brooklyn. He was formerly assistant
pastor of St. Leonard's Church, the
Church of Our Ladj of Sorrows and
the All Saint-' Church, Brooklyn. He
succeeded the late Father John is. Zent
graf as pastor of the Church of Our
Lady of Sorrows in ! :)(>,'.
MRS. LUCY J. SCOTT
Mrs. Lucy J. Scott, seventy-six, well
known as a writer of short stories and
a contributor to church publications,
died Monday after an illness of a week
with influenza. She was born at 1 rii^
burg, Va., and was the widow of the
Rev. O. \Y. Scott, who was active in
the Methodist Church in New England.
Mrs. Scott was author of "Gilead
Guards," a story of the Civil War;
"Santa Claus Stories," "In Circles of
Light." and several other 1.ks. She
wan a contributor of short stories and
articles to the "Youth's Companion,"
the "Christian Advocate," "Zion's Her?
ald," and several other church publica?
tions. She is survived by a son and
REV. WILLIAM \V. R.V.WKI
HANOVER, N. 11., Feb. :;. The Rev.
William Watson Ranney, rector of
Christ Church, Dartmouth College, died ,
to-day after a short illness
DK. WILLIAM 1). MAXWELL, twenty
seven, m practicing denti.it of Perth \mboy,
N. .1.. is dead at in- home there alter an iil
ne-ss of less than a week. He v,?,s :. graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania, in the
class of 1915. He is survived by his wife
and a two weeks' old baby.
HOY F. SCHOONMAKER, a stenographer
in the county courts of Essex County. N, .)..
died Sunday night at hi- home, ::.;, Myrtle
Avenue. Nutley, N. J. He was secretary of
the Newark New International League base- :
hall team last summer. Later he was -,,-e.re
tjii-y of the National Boxing Commission, of '
JACOB BURKHARDT, eighty-two, a vet
eran of the Civil War. died Monday in kings
County Hospital, Brooklyn. Ho was ?i mem?
ber of Koltes Pott, :V1. G. A. R.
SHERMAN L. NE1KR. fifty-three, a pi?- ?
n??er druggist of Ozone Park, Long Island. ?
died Monday nit?ht at his home there, due to
overwork on prescriptions for influenza pa?
tients. He opened the first drutc ?1?re in
Woodaide, I.ontr Island, and later became
known throughout Long Island for his ac- ?
tivities in the drug busing?. He had eatab- '.
lished and sold more than twenty-live drug ]
stor??s on Long Island.
CAPTAIN JOHN PRENDERGAST, sev?
enty-seven, for forty year? employed in the ]
cooperage department of the Standard Oil
Company, died Monday at hih home, fi7f. !
Hancock Strict, Brooklyn. In his early -
years he was captain of a whaler
JAMES HARRIOT, seventy-six, a veteran
of the Civil War. who collected the firj:
toll? charged on Brooklyn Bridge after it
was opened to the public, died Monday at
Fairview. Staten Inland.
JAMES JOSEPH M'DONALD. Beventy
fwo, for many years in the employ of Swift ?
& Co., died Momtay at his hum*. 66 St.
John's Place. Brooklyn.
FRANK J. HAWK, thirty-four, long as- I
Boeiated with the Reinsurance Bureau of ?
this city, died yesterday at hLs home, 138 1
Joralemen Stre??t. Brooklyn. He recently
fll a member of the firm of G?w.?rge F,
Malby & Co.. insurance ag?nts.
GEORGE FABIAN OF. CHENY sixty
thrw, proprietor 'ht n larjre printing ?Miteb
Huhment tit thin oily, died Sunday nt hi*
home, 10 Botanic Place, I'hi.'hlnii. Long Ih|- j
and. He recently was employed as ?uperln
tendent of the Nation? Manufacturing Com
pany, of Flushing.
CLEMENT I.OCKITT. ??iventy-sevcn,
widely known in Brooklyn financial circle?, ,
died Sunday nt hi? home, 101) Carl ton Ave?
nue, Brooklyn, He wan a director in the
K in?'- County Trust Company, tha .Municipal
Klcctrie Light Company, the Brooklyn Boni
the American District Telegraph .Company
an.I i lio Title Guarantee olid Trusf Company,
He was a trustee of the Brooklyn ?'lierai
THEODORE li I OKI). fifty-one, forme
member of the Public Utilities ?nminisHion
of Connecticut, ?lied ai hin home In Bridge
port, Conn., Monday of influeiwa He had :
been prominent in tho engineering and con?
tracting business in Bridgeport for mony
CHARLES EDWARD SOHWER7.EI.,
thlrty-ono, assistant teller ol the Lynbrool
National Bi.nl?. Lynbrook, Long I land, died
yesterday at his home in Orennsidc, LonM
Island, He ?us a member of the Columbia
Engine Company ami president of the IToung"
People's Society of the Presbyterian ? hurch
of Lynbrook, He was connected will, th?
Sheriff's reserves during the war.
SCHWARTZ The Rev. ami Mrs. .lac?
Schwartz, of 78 IV". i 85th nt., announ
the arrival of n daughter Januarj 3
ROSENSCHEIN?EPSTEIN Mi J?nd Mrs.
Bernard Epstein, of 789 West End ove.,
announce the betrothal of their daughter.
Mildred, to Mr. Matthew Rosenscheln, son
of Mr. and Mrs Isidore Kosenschein, of
782 We^t End ave. Reception al Hotel
Biltmoro Sunday. February K, .: to ??
..'.lock. No cards.
STERNE ?GREENWALD Mr and Mrs
Max Greenwnld, of Cedar-hurst, I.. 1 ? an?
nounce the engagement of their daughter
Juliu Helen,., to !!..? urd S. Sterne, boi
of A. F Sterne, of V. in o Crest. I.. I. V
home afternoon February lb, Manhattan
ALBANES1US Monday. February 2, 1320.
Margaret Helen Albanesiua (nee Paulsen),
beloved wife of Heno 1'. Albnnesins -r.
and mother of Dr. II. F.. lean N. and
Marguerite H. Albnneaius. Relative; ano
friends are respectfully invited to attend
funeral services on Wednesday, February
I, at 8 p. in.. Ol her Inte resilience, till
Malone .?t.. Weal Hoboken, N. J. Funeral
Rtrlctly private Other New York papers
AI.Til ' USE- On doi ty Fein nary .. 1920
Adella Blrtisnll, daughter of the lute Sam?
uel H. on?! Helen S Althauso. Funeral
Berviee al her late resid. nee. (?77 Madison
av., Wednesday, February I. at 10:30 o. m.
ANDERSON On Sunday, February 1, 1920,
Minnie .1. Anderson, widow of William .1
Anderson, in her 78th yeai Funeral
ervices nt her late residence, ll.'?O Clin on
st.. Brooklyn, on Wednesday. February !.
8 p. m. Interment private
BACON Suddenly nt Hcmpstend N V., on
! ebruary I. 1920, Gertru.le Post Bacon.
wife of the late Thomas Hulm?n Bacon
Funeral services at 2 ; 10, Wednesday, ! eh
man t. Ul?O, m tier Inte residence.
Hempstead ave Hempstend, N Y Stnten
Island papers please copy
BELLET!'] On Monday, February 1920
Katie Belletti (nee I'ropatti?, holoved wife
of P? ter Hellen i and ? ? ter .if Tony !'-..
patti and Mi- Charles Naples i inernl
Thursday mm nine al S:l? o'clock from
her late residence, 1 ID En ?I I I.eh
Solemn requiem mass al the Church of
St. Jonchim Roosevelt .1 . Now York, a;
!f' o'clock -harp. Automobile cortege.
BEN1IAM On February : Emily ,Inne
daughter of the hue Commodore T G, ami
Juliel Renham. Funeral services from her
late residence, 651 Arthur Kill id. Rich?
mond, S. 1 . on Thursday, February 5, al
2:30 p. rn
BIDWELL Monday. Februarv ':?"?
Florence A. Bidwell. Funeral services al
her late re ?deuce, ICO Beigen uve . .le:- e>
City, Wednesday, February I. al S p m.
Interment al con* eni? i e of family
BIELER On Monday. February 2 Otto R.
Bieler, helovetl husband of Catherine Free?
man. Funeral services al hi late re .
tierce. |0.ri(i Sheridan ave., neai 'i.iii st.
Incremation will b? held .,- F re h Ponil
on Thui-i ?la\. i eh nary .'? ;.:
Buffalo and Baltimore paliers please copy -
BOGGS On Sunday, February i 1920. Rob?
ert M. Boggs, son of the Inte Robert idul
Helen S. Boggs, in his G41li year. Funeral
at Chape! of (he Mardi? Colli giate Church
I West 2!?th si., Wedn. ,day ut U a m
lloi.se ?Idahol papers plea <? copy
BOND- Al South Orange, N. J., on Feb?
ruary - 1920. Thoma.s Alexander Hied
Fu?era! ??: ? ice al his late i e id? n, e, 37 ,'
South Orunge ave on Wednesday al S
p. m. Intermenl ai Moni Maria Ceme?
BRACKEN ?m Februai >. I'f'i? \, na
Braclo-n. beloved .ister o? Margare! Col
gan und ?laughte of Hugh an i A tina
Bracken, native of Bus key i County Kos
common, Ireland. Fu?era from her sis?
ter's residence, ? !(j We I 62d S| on
Wednesday, Febi nary I : thence to the
Paulis! Church, GO I h ?i ami Coiumbus
Hvt- . al 9 a. m Intennen Calvury.
BREEN February I 1920. Nora Breen be
loved daughter ol Thomn and Marie
Breen i nee Anglin i Funeral ? ?en I.
late residence, 3<!2 Ble.-ckei t.. SVedncs
day, February I, al !? :,'l?) a m . (hence to
St. Joseph's Chun li Interment I lalvai i
BROWN Al Montelair, N .)., February
Effia Alida, widow of Uexand? r Fciguson
Brown nnd mother of Vlidn Brosvn Bab
cock and Marjorie Brown Sherwood. Fu
neral ser\ ;.-,- '| | ursday, February 5, ?I 2
I'- "> . in the lir-i Congregational Church,
South Fullerton and Plymouth avs . Mont?
elair, N. .1.
CAMERON On Monday. February - 19 0
Robert Cameron aged M years" Funorai
-ervice-, nt his late home, .'. ' : Wes! ICGth
on Thursday, February ?
CANDIDI'S William I! son of Betty md
the Int. Uurrv ? anciaius, on Fein tary '-'
Services THE FU?ERA f., CHI CH (Camp?
bell Bhlg ;. Broadway, al i.Oth st,
Wednesday, February 1, at 2 p m. Inter?
ment Greenwood Cemetery
CARNEY On February 2. John Carney
member New Yorl? Electrotypers' Union!
No, 100. lunera! from his fate residence
208 3d st., Weehawken, N. .1 . Wednesday
February I ;,- 11 :2,0 ... m '
MARTIN B AI'Y. President.
JOHN C. BOYER, Secretary.
1<JN Delilah Garretson, February 2 1920,
in h?.- :>lst year. Funeral servi ?- at ( .
residence of her sun. Robert Lynn Cos S7
North Mountain nv., Montelair, N. .1..
Wednesday afternoon, February i'. at 1:30
o'clock. Interment al Buffalo N V
Flowei-s gratefully declined.
CROSB1 On January 31, Alice M. Crosby
Funeral services at her Inte residence 17
West Hth st., on Wednesday. February i
in I p m. Intermem W.Ihiwn Ceme?
COHEN February '.. in hei ..:,! year, Hen?
rietta (nee de Been, widow of the late
i ..>? ? i- and devoted mother of Herman.
Hertha Alice. Siegfried nnd Arthur. Fu?
neral from her late r? ?Uence. 126A WeBC
127th st., Wednesday. February ! al ';
p tn Gloversville. N Y paper- picase
copy ' -
CONNOR Al South Norwalk, Conn.. Feb?
ruary 1. James K. Connor, proprietor of
Mahackemo Hotel. Funeral services at
St. Joseph's Church, South Norwalk,
Conn. Requiem mass at 9 a m. Wednes
CUMMINGS Ai Yonkers. N Y . on Feb?
ruary -, K Cummings Funeral February
Mass at St. Peter's Church ai s :30
a. rn. Interment at Rhinebeck, N. Y
CURRAN?On Monday. February 2, 1920,
Ellen the bel,.ved wife of Andrew Curran
and daughter of the late John and Mary
I.owery, of the Parish of Ballinrobe,
County' Mayo. Ireland. Relatives and
friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral on Wednesday. February ?.
at 9 a m., from the chapel of Richard
F Routh. 202 Old Bergen Rd . Jersey
City; thence to St. Paul's R. C. Church.
where a solemn high muss will he offered
for the happy repose of her soul Phila?
delphia papers please copy.
CU8KLEY On February L Edward M., in
his 74th vear beloved husband of Theresa
.1 Hin..- Funeral from his late residence,
600 Ens I 164th st., on Thursday. Mass
of reijui.-ni at St. Augustine's Church, at
10 a. m.
DE MANBY On February 2, 1920, al his
residence, 15 Seaman ave., Alfred De
Manby, beloved husband of Maude and
father of Nelson D? Manby. Service, at
West Erul Presbyterian Chapel. t05th st.
and Amsterdam ave.. February '-. at 2
DERN?On February I. Arthur, in his 29th
year, beloved husband of Magdalene Dem
?nee Muileri and father of Jack and
Arthur jr. ; beloved son of John and
brother of Louis. Henry H., Elizabeth.
Helen and Catherine Dern. Masonic serv?
ices will he held ?t Waller B. Cookes
-t 1 p. ui
Interment nt Eve'-"-.
Chapel ti Weit Foldliam I'd., Tuesday.
February 3. "t 8:1(5 p. m. Funernl
Weiln?-..?lav. February 1. at I I a. in. In
t.?iini'iii Charleston Cemetery. Automobile
cortege. " i
DEVINE Ma.? \ -f.ee Roche), on Feb?
ruar) t. beloved tvifu of Palricl J, Devine
und daughter of Mr. and Mr- Muurlce I
II,,-h,. Funeral from har late re idence.
132 East 66lh si . on Wednesday, February
I: (hence to St, Vincent Ferrer'? Catholic
Church, whore n solemn high requiem
mo,.: will be ofl'ered at 10 n m Inter?
ment Calvary <"? metery.
1)1 IHO Frank C, beloved husband ?if
Anna Pi Dio Inee Parente), on February
I Funeral from his late residence, 2360
(?rnvesend a??-,. February 5, at 9 a. m. ;
to St. Simon Jude Roman Catholic Churuh. ?
DOLAN On February I, Norn helo??! wife
of th.- late William DoJan and mother ?f
Thom?B Mnhonoy and Mr?, Vary Walsh.'
I utieral from her late residence, 1'7 Am
? nlmn ave . Wednosday, February I. a'
|n :,. m. : thence to the Church of the
Paulist Fathers. Interme.nl Calvary Cerne,
DONOHUE On February 2, Edward Dono
lie police officer of ?Hot 1 recinct, be?
loved huBbnnd of Anna Donohue (nee
Kehoei, native of County Cavan, Ireland.
Funeral from his late residence, "I- East
!10th ?t., on Thursday, February 5, at
It :30 a. m. ; thence to the Church of Our
Ludy of Good Counsel, East 90th st. In?
terment Calvary. Member of T. B. A.,
I. I). A . Police Department.
DOWNEY On February '.'. .lohn W . be?
loved husband of Catherine Downej (nee
Donnelly ) and father of John jr Funeral
Thuri nay at. [> u. m. from his late resi
?l.-ncc. 1216 Washington st., Hoboken.
Requiem mass at the Church of Hie
Guardian Ange!, West 23d at.. New York.
Mass, 10 a. m.
DOYLE On Februar) I, Mary C, Doyle
(nee Clork), beloved wife of John Doyle.
; uneral from her late residence, 10222
S7th ave.. Richmond Hill, on Wednesday.
February I at 7:45 a m Solemn re?
quiem mass at Church of the Holy Child
of Jesus, Richmond Hill, ni S a. m. In?
terment at Newburgh, N V -*
DREYFUS Julius, father of Lena Eckstein,
Tes? Simmons, Tillie Ziegler, Carrol Key-i
ser, and Harry Dreyfus, on February 1!. ?
I'-'1'. Funeral from the chapel of David
? I Roth i-hii'd, 272 Lenox ave., on Wednes?
day, February -1. at 2 )> m. Seattle
paper* plea-,- copy.
DREYFUS Gad Lodge, II, I. O. F. 3. of I.
Brethren arc requeBted to attend the
funeral of our late brother, Julius Dreyfus, :
from Ihe chape! of David J. Rothschild, I
272 Lenox ave., on Wednesday, February !
I. 1920, at ?: p. m.
HI !?'!? V Ellen, widow of Thomas Duffv and
mother of Mrs Mary Grogan and Mrs.
Catherine Lilly. Funeral from her late*
residence, 2058 Ryer ave., on Wednesday,
February 1. at 8:30 a. m. Requiem mass
at St, Joseph's Church at 1 o'clock. Inter?
ment Cah arj Cemetery.
Dl NNE Suddenly, on January 3 I. David. '
beloved husband of 1".-inline <;. Dunne. -
Funeral from his late i-i.vud.-nce. 878 Home
st., <.n Wednesday, February I, at 9:30
? ' m. Solemn requiem rnics at. St.
Anthony of Padua's Church, at 166th st.
and Prospect ave. Interment St. Ray?
DURIE On .Monda?. February .'. 1920,
Elizabeth Kae, wife of the late George
Hurt:- Funeral services ?will be held ai
her late residence, 217 West 106th st., on
Thursday morning, February 5, at II
o'clock. Tin- Scotsman and Edinburgh
i Scotland) papers please copy.
FAIRCI11LD Mrs I.. J. Fairchild, at her
late resid? n -, . 121 West 81st st. Funeral
ei ? ice W. dm ?da> Interment private.
FETTE <tn February 2, 11120, Annie Fette,
in her i:,'h sear, beloved daughter of
Charles and Katie Fette Funeral from
the residence of her stepfather, James
Walsh. 1734 Lexington ave.. Wednesday,
F ? bruary l at 2 p. m.
FITZGERALD On Februar) 2. 1920, Jame-.
' :.! husband of Ellen Fitzgerald Inee
Ray), father of Loretta and Alphonsus.
Funernl from his late residence, 257 West
: .'.I ? Wi dnesdny. '' a. m. : thence to
St Joseph's Church West I2fith st.
FITZGERALD John, beloved son of Mary
' itzgciald. Funeral from hi? late resi
ii, ni-, 281 West 127th ?t , on Thursday.
? I ? tai j ' at 9 a, m. : 'hence to th- ,
i ?rch of St, Aloysius, where a mass of
requiem will be celebrated.
FLEMING On February t, 1920, Edward
.1.. m hi residence, S.'iii Flushing ave.. :
?on of Michael F. and Kathei ine ami |
brother of Arthur S Fleming. Requiem
at :!, Church of St. John the Hap- ,
i;.-,t. Wedn? day, February I, at I1 :30 a. m.
Interment Calvary Cemetery -'
! LEMING Elizabeth, widow of William II. ,
Fleming. Funeral from her late resi
.ce. 1722 Webster ave., on Wednesday.
February I at 9:30 a. in. Requiem mass
-,, St Joseph's Church. Ill o'clock Inter?
ment St. Raymond's.
LOKSYTHE- On Sunday. Februar) I, 1920,1
'I'] ,. ,-..-! Forsythe, beloved daughter of
John Anderson, in her L'-hh year. Funeral
leiwices at her la!" residence, le North
Burgher ave., We t New Brighton. S. L,
.,:, Wednesday, February 1. at 2 p, m.
GERETY On February 1. Pauline C. Ger
?iv. belovid daughter of Mar) Gerety (nee
St, Utmntn - i ami the late Andrew Gerety,
her re ehr.,., SS2 Jackson ave., Bronx.
\ln ri Si, An-elm'. Church, Wednesday,
|il ;. m Interment St. Raymond's. - '
GERING ?A! her home, I0 Hemlock jd..
-,'?? ?-,-lb. L. ! . Isabela Gering, aged 28
, ar: . I un? r?.i Wedne day. at 10 a m..
with H mas- at St. Stanislaus's Church.
? ,- nient St. John'- Cemetery. Survived]
... (iei mother, Fannie Goring, three : '
h ni.-s and two ?isters.
?.Olli. On February 2, 192", Christian, be?
loved hu hand of Margaret Gohl and father
of Mrs. Harry W. Fintel. Funeral servie.-,
Wednesday, Februar) ?>. at s p. m.
\I(1 unie erviccs at 8:30 o'clock, al his
late residence, Hlti East 234th st., easl of
, ave Interment Woodlawn Ceme
GOLDMAN On Februarj 2, 1920, Harriet,
beloved daughter of Sigmund and Selma
i. man and tistei of Herbert. Funeral
from her late residence, 1985 7th ave., on
Wednesday. February' '? 1920. at 10 a. in.
COODALL- le her (3d year, at her resi?
dence 35-1 Ridge-wood ave., Brooklyn, <?n
January 31 , 1920, Nellie Goodall. Survi? .-ci
by her husband, William, four daughters.
Grace Florence, Main?! and Helen, inter
- . on Wednesday, at 2 p. m., in Calvary
Ci m- tery.
( ,ii A ?) Y On January 31, 1920. at his resi?
dence, 617 5 7 th st., Michael F. Grady
after a short illnesB. Funeral Wednesday,
;.t 9:30 a. m., from the Church of Our
Lady of Angels. 74th st. and tth ave.. ,
where a solemn requiem mass will be sung
for the repose of his -ou!. Internment Holy
GRIFFITH On February 2, 1920, Helen
??i , d wife of Clifford L. Griffith and
sister of Mrs. J. J. Dwyer, Mary K. and
John Finan. Funeral from her late resi?
dence, 139 Edgecombe ave.. Wednesday.
February i. at 9:30 a. m : thence to St.
Charle; Ho,--orneo'- Church, where a mass
of requiem will be sung.
GRIMES February 2, Isabella Scott Grimes
wife of .lohn T, (?rime; Funeral services
at her late residence, 269 West 133d st.,
Wei nesday 8 p. m. Interment Thursday ?'
in :30 ?. m.
GUCKEKT?On February 2. John H. Guck
ert, beloved son of John Guckert and
Catherine llucli ; brother of Mary Gucker?.
Funeral services at his late residence 578 -1
I H ' 163d -.. Wednesday, S p, m. ' Fu?
nernl Thursday, 10 a. m. Interment.
Lutheran Cemetery. Automobile cortege. -
(.1 NNISON On February 1, after a short
) Ine Vlbert Gunnison, for the past
thirt) years patrolman of New York Po?
lice Department, beloved husband of Mary J
I' Gunnison inee McLoughlin). Funeral
fi n te late residence, 1813 Barnes ave..
Van Nest, Bronx, on Thursday, at 9:30
a. m. Mass of requiem at the Church of
?Jur I.arty of Solace, at 10 o'clock. Inter
ment St. Raymond's Cemetery.
GUTTERMANN?January 31, Frederick
Gutfcermann, Private Motor Transport '
Corps, U, S. A, Funeral from his late
residence, til Fast 65th st, Wednesday,
February -i. 9:30 i?. m. ; thence to SI
Catherine's Church. East 69th st. lutei
HARKIS Louis IL, on February 2. Serv- 1
.ces THE FUNERAL CHI RCli (Frank B.
Campbell), Broadway, 66th at. Wednes?
day, 1 p. m.
HAVILAND- At Beck Memorial Hospital, in
Brooklyn, on Monday, February 2, Eleanor ?'
Hortense Terry, wife of Walter Haviland
and daughter of the late David D. and
Eleanor Bliss Terry, in the 45th year of ?
her ag?. Funeral servie?-? at the Leffens
Place Chapel. 86 Lefferta Place, near Grand :
.-'-. Brooklyn, on Thursday, February 5,
19: 0, at '.'. p. m.
Hi:: ?"FERN?N --Suddenly of pneumonia.1!
Monday, February 2, Alice P. inee Scan
ion i. beloved wife of John Heffernan,
Funeral from the home of her parents.
John F. and Ella T. Scanlon, 1730 45th
st., Brooklyn. She is survived by her
husband, .me :on, John jr.. her parents. ,
four sisters, Loretta, Irene. Ella and '
Grace. Funeral. 9:30 a. m., Wednesday
Interment Holy Cross. Requiem mas9 at '
St. Ro-e of Lima's Church. . I
HOLSTEIN --Max S beloved brother of'
Nathan, Adolph, und Mr?. Pauline Frey,
i ?inera? Wednesday, 2 o'clock, from hie
Inte rinldenre, I'1" India ?t., Brooklyn.
HOW I, K Y Sunday, February I, 1920. Dr
William !?'? Howley. beloved son of Thomas
I* und Maty A. How!i?y and brother of
Dr, Clarence P.. Thomas F., Helen M.
Howley. Fu?era from hu laic residence,
106 West 34th ?t.. Wednesday. February 1. j
Requiem mi?'S. St. Michael's Church. 10:30
? ?i Kindly omit flowers. Interment
private. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
HUDSON On February I, 1920, Caroline
Beiden, willow of William H. Hudson and
daughter of the Into Rev. Henry and
Carolin?' Wilrov Beiden, at. her residence, '
:su Grand ave.. Fordham. Service? at
Crest?n Avenue Baptist Church. Crest?n
?ve. and Fordham rd., Wednesday, Feb?
ruary I, at 2 p. rn Interment private.
HUIT. On February I. 192??. Elisabeth j
Langthorne, infant daughter of Lawrence |
Cameron nnd Margaret Simmons Hull.
JORDAN Suddenly, at her residence, f>l j
East 58th Bt., N?w York, on February 3.
1920, Mary A. Harding, v. ife of the Intel
Francis Jordan jr.. ?if Philadelphia. lu- ;
nein I private.
JULIAN Henry, beloved father of Morti- i
mer. Lottie Pr?ger, Lillian Landau and
Milton, on Februay 2. Funeral from hi?
late residence, 1)43 West I72d st.. at 10 a.
m, sharp, Wetlnesduy, Februay 4. 1920. -
KELLY?Josephine (nee O'Connell), beloved
wife of John Kelly, late of the 7th Ward.
Funeral from her late residence, .'?50 East :
Kith st.. Wednesday, 9 rl'.ll a. in. . thence
to Immaculate Conception Church, where
a mans will be offered fro the repose of
her soul. Interment Calvary.
KENNELLY?Nellie Brown, beloved wife of
Martin Kennelly. native of BrUSS, County
Limerick. Ireland. Funeral from 226 West
! 16th st.. on Wednesday, February 4:
thence to Resurrection Church, 151st at.
near Mb av, Interment Calvary. -
KIRK?Robert, husband of Elizabeth Hil
linrd. Funeral services at his late reii
dence, 39 Adrian av., Wednesday evening.
February 4, at 8 o'clock. Members of.
Constitution l-mlge. No. 241, F. and A.
M. ; Constitution Chapter. No. 230, R. A. ,
M, cordially invited to attend. Take
Broadway subway to 225 st. station. In?
KOSTNER On Sunday, februay I. 1920,'j
Helen Kostner (nee Flack), beloved wife
of Charles Kostner, aged 31 years. Friends
and relatives ure respectfully invited to at- i
lend the funeral, on Wednesday. Februay
t, at 9:30 a. m., from her late residence.'
344 East 45th st. : thence to St. Boniface's
Church. 17th st. ami 2d av., at 10 o'clock. - j
KREIELSHEIMER Sidney. February 1,
1920, 'at his lute residence, 238 West,
,106th st., devoted son of Leopold and the
lute Linn, beloved brother of Sadie, Isa- !
?lore and Herbert Services at Masonic |
Temple, 24th st. and Oth av.. Wednesday.
February I, 10 a. m. - ;
KI'RVY On Sunday. February I, 1920. at i
his residence. 69 Howe av.. Passaic, N. J., |
lohn Kurvy. Funeral service at the First ;
M. E Church. Bloomfield and Gregory
avs., at Passaic. N. J. Wednesday. Feb?
ruary I. at 2:30 p. m.
LANGDON February 2, 1920. George S.,
heloved husband of Charlotte Helen Lang
don. Funeral services Stephen Merritt's
Chapel, 223 *th av.. near 21st st., Wedites- ?
day evening, 8 o'clock.
LA VERY- On Sunday. February 1, Mary,
Lavery inee Kennedy I. native of Count]
Kilkenny, Ireland, beloved wife of Chnrles
I.avery. at her residence, 009 Amsterdam '
nv. Funeral Wednesday, at 10 a. m. :
thence to the Church of St. Gregory the
Great, West 90th k!. Interment Calvary'. - :
LETTE?On February '-'. 1920, Annie, be
loved daughter of Charles and Katie Lette,
in her 15th year. Funeral from the resi- j
dence of her step-father, James Walsh.
i 73! Lexington av., Wednesday, February ;
I, at 2 p, m,
LINDER On February 1. 1920, Charles, i
beloved husband of Pauline Linder. Fu- !
neral from his late residence. 409 West
5 1th st., Thursday, at 1 p. m
LOUGHREY?February I. 1920, Charles H.,
beloved husband of Helene and son of
Caroline and the late Charles Loughrey.
Funerel at the Stephen Merritt Harlem
Chapel. 304 and 306 West 126th st..
Wednesday, 9 :30 a. m. ; thence to St. Jo?
seph's Church. Morningside av. und 125th I
st., where a requiem mass will be said for
the repose of his soul. Interment Calvary ;
M'KLROY James T. beloved son of James I
and Anna McElroy. on Sunday. Februay 1.
at his residence, 503 East. 162d st, Bronx. :
Solemn requiem mass Wednesday, to a. :
M., at the Church of S3. Peter and Paul.
interment St. Raymond's Cemetery.
M'GOEY -On Februay 1. 1920-, Bryan, be?
loved husband of Mary (nee Foley), na?
tive of Glenude, County Leiirim. Ireland.
Funeral from his late residence. 748 Co?
lumbus av., on Thursday, February 5. Re
qul? rn mass at Holy Name Church. Utith
st. and Amsterdam av.. at 10 a. m. In?
M'GOLDRICK- On Saturday, January 31,
1920, Peter, beloved husband of the late
Hannah McGoldrlck ?nee McKenna) and
beloved father of Sarah Monahan and
Pete.,- j., Richard and Andrew McGoIdrick.
Relatives and friends are respectfully in?
vited to attend the funeral from his late;
residence, 444 Pacific av., Jersey City, on
Wednesday, Februay 4. 1920, at 9 a. m. : '>
thence to Ml Saints' Church, where a1
"N nit! hii;h ma.ss of requiem will be of?
fered. . I
VI'GUINESS On February 1. 1920, Cecilia
McGuiness, beloved wife of Thomas Mc
Ouiness and mother of John Leahy. Fu?
neral from her late residence. 15? West ,
14th st., Wednesday, Februar.- I, at 1
P m, Kindle omit flowers.
Vl'GUIRE At his residence. Saugerties rond.
Andrew McGulre. aged 70 years. Funeral
Thursday, February 5. at St. Joseph's
Church. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery'.
Kingston. N. Y.
MOORE Lewis Bassetl, on February 2. of
pneumonia, at his home, 480 Broadway.
Flushing, Long Island, h-loved husband of !
Lovaine Wiggins and son of Harrison S.
Moore. Notice of funeral hereafter.
V1TEMAN Departed this life on February ;
2. William McTeman, beloved brother of ?
Charles, Thomas. Mrs. O'Melia; nephew
of Mary McGorril), in his 18th year. Fu?
neral Wednesday morning, 9 a. m. : thence
t" the Hoiy Cross Church, where a ?
requiem mass will be offered for the repose
of his soul. Interment Calvary. Boston
.t'.d Meine papers please copy.
MAHONEY On February 2, Jeremiah J.,
beloved son of Ellen T. and the late
Timothy Mahoney. Funeral from his late
residence, 444 East. 170th st.. Thursday,
February 5, at 9:30 a. m. ; thence to St! '
Augustine's Church. 167th s?. nnd Frank- ;
lin av. Requiem mass. Interment St. !
Raymond's. . '
MANGAN -Mary E. McGuirk Mangan, Feb?
ruary I after a eliort iilnena. Funeral
from her late home, .5?8 East 3d st., Mount
V'ernon : thence to the Church of Qur
1 .uly of Victory. Funeral. l?l a. m.
Thursday, She is survived by her husband.
William; two sons. Carl and William:
two sisters. Mrs. Reyonidj. of Mount Ver?
rinn, and Mrs. Kold, of Yonk?r?. Inter?
ment. Holy Sepulchre. New Kochelle.
MARKS On February 2, Isaac, aged 56
years. Funeral from (he chapel of Saul A
Rothschild, 159 West 120th st., on Thurs?
day, February 5, at 10 a. m.
?IATTHES On February 1, Robert C
Matthes, beloved husband of Jane M. (nee
Moran i, aged 28 years. Funeral from his
late residence, 2718 Myrtle av., Brooklyn.
Wednesday, at 2 p. m.
vtATTHIAS On Monday. February 2. 1920.
at her resilience. 7'.' Decatur st.. Brook?
lyn, Margaret A , widow o? Samuel Allen
and devoted mother of Margaret E. and
Louise Matthias. Funeral services Wednes?
day evening, a! 7 o'clock. St. Paul papers
iIEEHAN -Suddenly, February I. of pneu?
monia. Le Roy Meehan, beloved husband
of Dorothy F. ?nee Knight) and son of
Mrs. Mabel B. Meehan and brother of
Leslie A. and William Meehan. aged 20
years. Funeral services at the residence of
his mother, 507 West 178th st.. Wednes?
day afternoon, February 4, at 2 o'clock.
?IEICKLE- Frances, our beloved mother and
tyidow of Christian Meickle. Funeral from
Her late residence, J241 Webster av.,
Bronx. Requiem mass at the Church of
Our Lady of Victory, Wednesday. 1"
METZ George, aged 1!. beloved son of
Adam and Elizabeth Met? 'nee Rollan. I
Funeral services at his late residence. G20
West 48th st., Wednesday evening, at 8 , '
MEYER?H., on February I. Services THE
FtlNERAL CHURCH (Frank E. Camp?
bell). B'way. 06th st., February 4, 11 ?. m.
W1DDLETON ->Jean Drew, beloved wife of
Elmer T. Middleton. on February 2. Serv?
ices at funeral parlor?, 851 Amsterdam
av., near 102d st.. on Wednesday, at 11
MONROE?At Morristown. N. J.. February
:l- 1920, Martin Brown Monroe, in his 85th
year. Funeral from the chapel at St.
Peter's Church, Morristown, on Thursday, ,
February 5, at 2 o'clock. Interment Mor- ;
ristown, N. J.
MOSES?On Sunday. February 1. 1920, .
Emma J., beloved wife of Charles H.
Moses. Funeral services at her late real
dence. 108 Prospect Park West. Brooklyn, i
fn Wednesday, February 4, ?t 11 a. ?. i
Interment private. Kindly omit flower?. - ;
MT?RPIIY On February J, Mary, age tv
year-?, tho beloved daughter of Daniel and
Ni?llie Murphy 'nee Stack). Funeral from
her parents' residencie 538 W??i 50th et .
on Wednesday, Feb unrj I, at 8:30 ? in.
Mbss of requiem at Sacred Heart Church
MYERS?On Februarj 1920, PeteT 0
Myers. In hi , ' year, at hi? resident, '?
Palmetto t. ''rr,.,:;!?. n Funeral r-cr i
will be held .-' the Funeral Church. 1230
Ru.'hwicii a-,., Brooklyn, oi W<sdn?*?da)
evening. February '? "r * " lo 'K Inter
ment Grccnv ood Cemcter
O'CONNOR On Sunday, February I. Jam?,
beloved husband of Jane O'Connor. Fu?
neral from his lute residence. 18" Simpsoi
jd . corner 117th st.. Bronx, on Wednesdi ,.
February 4. at 9:30 a m. thence to the
Church of St. Rocks, 150th st Interment
DHKI On Tuesday, February -' '
wife of 8, Ohki. in her ./'to va
neral services from her ?ate home
Highland ???'.. Westfleld. N. 1 . <m I riday
February <h at 2:30 i>. ro Autos will
meet train leaving foot of Liberty st
C. R. R. of N. J.. at 1 p. m.
O'MARA -On February :.'. 1920, Genevi?ve T.
(nee McCaffrey', beloved wife of Thomas
O'Mara. at her hom<\ 12 Bunin st.. Elm
hurst. Funeral Wiadnesday a' 9 :30 a. m. :
thence to St. Bartholomew's R C. Church,
where ? mas* of n?quiem will he otfered
for the repose of her sou; Interment Cal?
PAGE Alice Ann Mh?>. of pneumonia, ?i
her 49th year, faithful nurse and friend in
the family of Albert '/.. Gray, 111 Ea t 7 V
it. Funeral at ?imvr- address on W??dn<????
day. February !. at 9 :30 a. m
PAKRISII On February 2. 1920. Thoma.'
beloved hu-dmnd of Margaret and father
of Arthur E. I'urri-h ai;<??i 72 years.
Services at. his !Hte residence. 12 ' East
73d st., Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. -
RICKEY -On January 31, Jame J Rickey,
brother of John Rickey: member of An?
drew Jackson Council, No. 64. Jr. O. U.
A. M. Requiem ma-- :n the Guardian
Angel Church. Wednesday, 9:30 a m In?
RIEGEL February J William Riegel, affed
62 years. Services at the Stephen Merritt
Chape!. 223 Xth a?, near 21st st . Wednes
day. 2 :30 p. m.
ROSENTHAL Jacob. beloved father of
Julia Rosenthal and Emetine Hairing. Fu?
neral service- at Meyer' funeral j/arlors.
228 Lenox av . Wisln-sday, February 4
at 10 a. m
ROLLINS-On February 3, 1920. Dam?-! M.
Rollins, in the S7th year of his age. Fu- .
neral services at his late residence. Law?
rence Pnrk, Bronxville. Thursday, ! 1:30
a. m. Interment private.
HOWLAND Suddenly. <>n Tuesday. Febru?
ary 3, Ella M. Howland, widow of William
Bail??y Howland. Funeral privat?, at THF
FUNERAL CHURCH Thursday. Inter
ment at Kinderhook. N. Y.
SCHAEFER?On Monday. February 2, 1920.
Bertha Schaefer. beloved wife of the late
Eugene Schaefer. at her residence, 1488
Bushwick av.. Brooklyn. Survived by a
son. Morris Schaefer. and a daughter,
Mrs. Adele Alexander. Funeral Wednes?
day, - p. m Interment Mount Zion
SCHUBART-On February I. Grace iM.
Schubart. beloved wife of Harry Schubart
and daughter of Elizabeth Stanburg and
sister of William ami Madeline Stanburg.
Funeral from her late residence. 391 East
141<d St., Wednesday, at 9 n. m. ; tbence
to St.. Pius Church Interment St. Ray?
SCHUSSLER On February 2, 1920, Louise,
beloved sister of Elizabeth Schus 1er,
Minnie Brachhausen and Martin Schuss
ler, aged 22 years. Funeral on Thursday,
February ?. at 2 p. m.. from her late
resilience. ?u4 East '.list st.
SCHROEDER?Suddenly, on February 2, in
the 42d year of his age, at El Paso. Tex .
Henry A. Schroeder, son of the late
Gilliat an?l Louisa R. Schroeder, of New
York. Notice of funeral hereafter.
SHERMAN At Mendham. N. J., February
1, Victoria Sherman, beloved ??? ;"??
Frank Shank, in her 31st year. Funeral
services will be hel.d at her late residence,
Mountain av.. Mendham, on WTednest'.:?y
February 4. at 2 o'clock. Interment Hill?
top Cemetery. Mendham.
SHIPMAN?Frederick Halsted sou of Caro?
line M. and the Jute Caleb H . aged 65, on
February 2. at his residence. ?n Summit
N. J. Funeral services will be hi
his late residence. Wednesday, February
4, at 3:30 p. m. Train leaves Hi ho'
terminal of Lackawanna Railroad ;,t 2:30
SHIPP?At Montreal. Canada. Monday. Feb?
ruary 2, 1920. Frances Crawford Aiban
wife of E. Maltby Shipp, of 7" din
Newburgh, N. Y.. and daughter of Mary
E. C. Allan and the hite Charle- F. Allan
funeral service will be held at St Ceo.- re i
Episcopal Church. Newburgh, on Friday
afternoon u' 2:30 o'clock !?? ? ??.-., nt
Ceciar Hill Cemetery
SMYTH?On February -, |920. John R
Smyth, beloved father of Mrs A Brett
Mrs. E. Hawkins and John Sm; th, aged
77 years. Funeral on Wednesday.' Feb?
ruary 4, at 2 p. m., from his daughter's
?esidence. 93 East End av. Interment
Maple Grove Cemetery. Automobile cor?
STAUBACH?At Yonkers. N. Y. Monday
February 2, Emma Staubach, Funerai
services will be held at her late residence,
I? Lawrence -t. Yna:. r?; .,? u/.*i,T'
February 4. at 8 p. m. "^?-exia-.
8TERLING George, on F?brusrv
"HE M NERAL CHURCH .}>,'
' ampbeJI Broadway, e .-. , . '??''
day i i
STEWART On Februai m
? r ? . ?v
t. and . .. ra
. nd Izabe h \ Hayes. beW-?'?r*?'<?
'? ;':' ? ? 'hn Mat! i .-. <?,-.,? *** ?
Ch?mas, Joseph, ?!*,-,r<| 'T--' ,,**"
co, - .,,, -, (r .?m?::
Hor i.-i'ia- pi . V-P.,, 81 ? ; . . "'
3outhern Boul? - '
ruary i, at. '
Aqui?a s ( hui ? . ? . ?? ?
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Intel n si t ( ?er ??.
SWEENEY Mar-.. ; . . . .
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Kver-, formel .. if ?: ? .-, y,,., '?.*
York Funeral f om the hon *' ' . ?*'?
? h. : - - '
(leid t.. Uro? .
re : -? ? . .
Mart - Tour? '.
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- fere? ,
-.?.il ?n'en, er.? Cal ... .. ... .
SULLIVAN Patrick 0 of Kenmaf .
'y K? ,;. Ire ..? : - ...-,- fa . ?.,'..T'
K nn<Jfather of Katherine
are. i r...r, a .1 : -, .. r. ,n
?? ' ' ? mec to A .- -,- r
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ary < em< tery automobile cor .
TARTAG1 INI On ?? ? ,-. -
nus F Ta taglini n?e WaUh ?v,r S
Of .'"i - T ? ? ? :,r ? beioved - .^ '
- r Jamei J -. 1 Cathei ? '?'. r " -
: .... | from he me? (,%; jj '
on Wedre day, n i a. m .';?"?'*\
the Church of St Gal rie E
i. ?... ment Calvar)
THEALL John, February : 12
late r? idei ? . -
Wedi - ?
THOMASSEN On FebrnaiJ
: ''- 0. So ??? I. ..-.?,; ,,r j^,
M- ' ?ger ' ? - ? - s.'
1 ruar S, at s ?> m
.t Mount (i ?vet C? ?? ? ?? -, p,j?
THIEBAUT -Mary inee Mehan), aeetf ->l
y?sar . beloved mother of Charles Thiakar I
Funeral from 308 East i: 6th st., ^ j!
Wednesday, Februarj' ; at 2 p. m. !c>.
ment St. Raymond' ,
TRACY- Melanie?, wid e John M?,
Traey, and o othei of Marguerite 'In,,
Kein? Marie Stewart a id Jacq us Hubt'
Tracy. February 1, 192 ' eral prit
Paris '!.Id please i
L'NGER Lillian inee Harris i r,n Fcbrntn I
elo. ' ? ife ol Jen mi ! . linger >- I
mother of Burton W Funeral W>>dr??tfeY I
February ! at 10 a m from her t.f
residence, ?"56 Wm 17: t -?
SMITH On TVe-day. I ebruary :n_
Thomas B. Smith. Funeral service? at Mi
lar<- residence .'.<'? Hancock -'.. Rrook'.-.i
on Thursday, February 5. 1920, a: S p. a
Interment | rivate
VIETS?On Sunday. February I ?920, Mm
garet E , wido \ i f thi late Henry Vie:? '
a:'1 mother of Ka herit ? M Charlear1 j
Elsie !.. and William H. Viets Serric?, \
a( her |ate TP ;,->,,,,,.? - ; ]",... ??-(J, |t I
Tuesday evening, Ffbruar; :<?;?). r
s ??' Interment Wednesday, February ? I
: ?20. at I p. m . Greenwood Ccmeter? I
-? utomobile cortege '. I
VON DEESTEN?On Febi : ?:n Her. "
riettn T.. beloved wife nf Di Benrf T
von Detsten and beloved .?a ighter of Freo
erick C. and Helen ? a-? ,r. in her liid jet?
Funeral services will be held at her )jy
residence 638 Garden ?' . Hobobr.
Wrednesda> February t at '. p rvt.
WALLS Januar) II Henry Walls, nttii?
,if Londond? r -j ! c an I i-.--.-i! (
Wednesda) February' s- at 9:30 a. m
fr im John T Sherida ' in? ral parlo: i
693 2?! av. : thenc? to St Gabriel'? Chtjrtk,
Eas1 , 7,.'n t., where a ma - will lje ?rf. '.
feral for the repose of he.- ?oul. lott-.
ment Calvary Cemete ?
W.> LSH Fe --a.-..- 2. '. ncc R]
: ? a?.. after a i Jasaea l.
" ?:- Walsh (net
Ge ighean i I nera Thi Mast it
St. Johi ' t Chu - v- '??-.-.? 1V?
:, n' Interment Cal\ in Member? of
progress association .-:?-. n and Pipefitt??'
WARENDORF On Won : ? ?
h ; '. ith year, of pneumonia lienJMlit
\'. - rend? f jr of Benjanb
and ', ne? Warendorf I meral jervire.
a* Sam R dhschild C iar ' ,<; I?en*i
a% ai 120th t Wednesday. February'i
-.- 1" a. m.
WERNEKE Anthony H . suddenl; on Feb?
ruary 1. .-; his residenci ????'
a. . beloved husband of V ? n B Werada
Funeral Wednes?Jay, Februar: - from ki
residence, 9:30 a m. ; t!r?.i- to Sacrw
Heart Church. '? '???>> I and Shakespeu*
a? - Inu , ment St. Rayit ond'r
WERTH Mi t. on Fel ruary 3 Sen'
? THE FUNERAL CIIFRCH (Frankt
Campbell), Broadway, 'iflth st.. Thursd??,
Il a. m.
WIDMEB Suddenly, at Newark \ J.,'*
Sal nur?. January 31, - ' Henry Btr
dolph Widmer, M. D-. husband of Mildrei
!.. j ie Dean. Funeral ervice? will ix
'? nt hi - hom -, 740 Cl nton a--., on
Wednesday evening February' I, at J
The Choice of No Regrets.
By DR. BERTHOLD A BAER
Years ago people read by the rays of an oil lamp.
1 hen they turned to tallow candles. After that came
coal oil, petroleum. People admired the light; it
seemed wonderful to them.
Gas light was invented and the world
the acme of perfection had been readied
When electricity was discovered we \
how we were contented with anything else
to use a simile :
?I?? VT;rS ag0 Pe?Ple were buried, sewed in animal
skin rhew coffins, made out of soft wood, were used
and aie sti.l m use in European countries.
tiHMl mT'^ ?st Pr,oduced hardwood caskets, quar
?nv Jrak,TuIack WalnuU circassian walnut, ma'hog
s I' X i T agfin vvere placed in hardwood out
Mile cases tor burial.
ourrW 5?niy?Yhi?Se "hard" woods? Why do vou
tect ? - V * bUlId a mausoleum? Merely to pro
rece \our dear ones. ? f
The VuZ?Trl Mr? F?ank E" Campbell, founder of
ol?LJ??^??^H1-Ur<!l1' 1^*??^^ at 66th Street, and
det/rouiid V-iul-^t- lhe CamPbell "Cast-stone Un
vhiVh vo vI ' WhLcn ?5?rs ali the Protection for
w hic h j ou w ere searching for yea rs
Made out of two pieces only, the vault and the
cover, cast of stone and concrete nf n ,v V ?i
within .mil ,vi-' ,.iA, - UIH- " ? ot pure white enamel
\\nnin ana ot pleasinur aimparanfla ,...-+i
?s tn hf> m.^i.tL.^ii ? ' i Kmce without, so strong
a;-, lo De piacticallv ?nde^trnetihlo ?..,+^, ?
tura nrnnf and ?+ ? uy1D1( ? water-, even mois
ture-pioot, and at a prie within reach of all
A mausoleum, h< ever retention* i .
A CaLnU^VT6 " *?*<* th*"element.
A Campbell Cast-stone underground V- t?t" i?
lasting .No expenses for repairs, no resets '
The VMcS^iJr^'^ ?1 the ? ?>? of
?round Van t i5 i^ Campbell Cast-stone Under?
ground vault is nowhere else obtainable
to pule? ",Vited t0 Ca"- The" ''* "o obligation
| Sexton -rwllndr rtakrr
Telephone Plaza 6 ?7?
665 Lexington Avenu;
Luckings, Bender & Schutte, line
UNDERTAKERS?Chapel & Show aoom?!
IS1 Amaterdam Ave. Tel 393 Riverside
let MomlDf-JOHN u.OIDC UNdFrtak I ?
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THE HOOnUWN Tkm?wt?rY "~*
233d St By Hariem. Train and Uy Tr?lUy
Lot? of ?mal! tifa for ?tie
omc?. ?o K?st ? id st, n. r.
AND OLD ESTABLISHED
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161 8th Av.,
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fOlt nOO>.!M AND CHAPB
Do not bury underground '.
We offer ?anltaiy ruVi'TS ?tti-1 MOJES.*?
one or more. In MagnMV-n- M?n?o!w4
<S0 minutes front N Y City Usllt ?
! at no ifrea'.er ros? tlmn croun? t>M*i?l
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