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St. Bartholomew's Church
Decorate*, for Ceremony;
Bride's Train of luce an
Heirloom in Family
Eleanor Higgin??oii toW? d
Ann Howard Spencer, of
Philadelphia, To Be Mar?
ried to Lewis E. Shaw
St. Bartholomew's i irch, ,!.-c?rate?)
.,r th pa vers and i
. was the scene at 4 o'clock yes?
terday afternoon of the marriage of
Miss C ' ?. \.\ ?>;'?? -
t*r by a for: Vrch
bald' M. S3
Welsh 'Mr nd Mrs
M re than
at the H
was pel '
. ' ' ? .
was in a g? ? n em
court trail poll
? ii -
Miss Mary M< rcer ' ?nb p *
siste -'s was
rowne : "? :
with a hal
fon, wit .:
mea hats oft
nverte i stra1
and gold da,
bleck velvet, n :
ehe wer-1 a bl
Rob? law of I
the ushers wen \ imith, il id
." Wiiiii ? :
. . . .
ston; the bridi |
Mr. ar Van Rens
selaer and Mr. ai i Mrs 1? Wit! Cuy
Frazer and Mr Bravl
P .-? K
J ' -
lam? - A
Blair, Mr. and : ? W
win, Mr ? . Mi
Coudert, 1 t jr., Mr.
and Mrs. i t. Mr. and
Mrs te] ' " .
Tailer, Mr. Mi '; -
Mr. an :
Mr. an 1 Mrs. "I"- mas B. Yu
Harriman, .". ' Harri
rr.ar.. Mr. and Mr
Prest n Pot ttei ' . : : Mrs
THE \. V. EVE TELE
GRAM say s of
By Ben Hecht
"Mr. ' . : with
That is the
way to put it. [t is all
iah eh ? r. But it is rot too
AtB ' PUTNAM S
1 a "al ?i?aaawpgiaa.'t
BOOK SAL E
OCTOBER - Open Season
for Book Hunting. This salp
brines big game within
shooting distance of the
S-r: lor a :
f-. -- '; ?? ??' 20
I. P. Dnttor, & Co., 681 5th Ave., N.T.City
lip A Frank in Mr ai d '?'? i An
son V\". Burchard, Colonel Henry VV.
Anderson, Georfro A. Washington, Mrs.
E, Washington, Mr. and Mrs.
Petei -. Miss Adelaide K,;
Mr. and M rs. Frederic
Sterry, Miss Virginia Sterry, Mr. and.
Mrs. Lev.:.-- N'ixon, Miss Evelyn and
Miss Fl in ? ? I .???? Mr. and .Mrs. E
!\'e,-o Merriti Mr. ;.:;d Mrs. :
:?'.. Harry F. Bla*k and Islenry
rect desci ndant i f
t s wood, the Col nial Go'
error of Virginia, and Sally Harrisoi
? - ' Pi nit Harrison, was her
her on her mother's
s J . Her father was David Dunloj .
Mr, Welsh is a greatgrandson of
' n Wi '. sh, v. ho was at one I m
in Minister to the Court of St
Mr. and Mrs. Welsh will
Ene;as,etncnt Is Announced
Of Eleanor lee Higginson
An en?ricrement just announced in
??' interest to New York ?society
of Miss Eleanor Lee Higg
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Francis Lee
Higginson, of that city and Pride's
? rossing, to George 1!. Lyman jr . of
Iv>sto-s, son o~ Mr. and Mrs. George 11.
. of 351 Commonwealth A-'ssi;..
M ss Higginson was introduced 30 30
?17, and ?^ a n3cmber of the
lb and the Junior League.
Mr. Lyman is a graduate of Harvard.
class ''.,:. He is a member of th"
. mer el sirs! the Tennis and Racquet
il - He served as a first lient
: L_1 Infantry, _0th Divi -
rs A' ne Howard Spencer, daugh
Mrs. Graham Spencer, of Phila
.-. will be married to Lewis Ed
- saw. o'* Xew York, on October
29, at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. Charles Potter jr.. St. Martin's,
Mr. Shaw and his bride
v M live at 43 Christopher Stree?, this
He is ;m officer in Squadron A
and served as a captain in the 369th
Infantr; and was twice decorated for
?aver; 'lark Williams will serve as
Mr Shaw's best man.
The marriage of Miss Katherine
daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
V'r'.'r": G. Oakman, to John Hammond
MacVeagl " ill take place to-day in the
f the Transfiguration. The
my will br> followed by ;i recep
1 ony Club.
ther wedding in the ?nine church
to- lay v ' that of Miss Emily B ilcb
laughter of Mr. as: I
vi ind Sherman, of
' rst Street and Rye, to Ar?
thur Tal ' i?'' liso late Charles X
? v Wh - well represented at ?' .
' ; last night of the Moresque
the An :. isa lor Hotel when
1 and his R113
.'iv. the Hermitage ?n l'a ris
American debut. Among
dinm r part ?c 3 were
Mr. aT Mi C. Lcdyard "lair, Mr.
? ?;.- i Mrs. R. Thornton Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman D. Kountze, Mr 1 Cor
I rangemaii I Mrs. Henry
New York Wells College Club
terday at the Ho
tel Asi -.- r of Henry F. Cur
" <-?.'.':?: dal ? for Mayor.
nt were Mi V\ I ?
J. Salmon, Mrs. Ralph Chapman, Mrs.
Mrs. C 1-:. Dodg ?, Mrs.
Hasbn uck, Mrs, H< nry Dav
Mrs. R. C. Colt Entertain.*
At Pierre's Restaurant
pa ? ie were given
?? at i ' rre's : estaurant, 290
Pai k v.---- ue, an ? g those seen being
Mrs. Charl? 3 E. Mitchell, Mrs. Richard
tai hope Nixon. Miss Lu
. " Judith Smith, W.
K. Vanderbilt and Fri derick Bull.
1 'a rey Ru 1 isey, 51 rs.
Pal ???.'?)? Knapp and M rs. A '? n
Appleton R * ? ng those
entertaining at lunche - ' rday at
Mr at : Mrs Seth Lew arrived in
pity yei terday from ; heir c< untry
place oi Long tslan i, ..:.?'? are at the
Hotel S*. Reg 5.
??rc John '-rc-i Kane, of 1 West
r ? . ni ? ' I . I <???< t, -s at Bria
Mr. th Alter
at the Hotel Astor.
and Mrs, Jam? - J. Minot
.at ';." 1- ;?:?
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. i. God
dar I, of 1 e at thi
H el ;i iper Taft gave a din
? ? ' r g ? ai the Hal Ri gi >,
her guesl in bering fourteen.
Hear the Truth! Greet the Hero!
Today Don't Fai? to Meet
DR. WALTER E. TRAPROCK, F. R. S. S. E. U.
repid explorer and author of the most gorge ius satire ever written abo il
il ? So ith Sea islands?
THE CRUISE OF THE KAWA
four c< ni [y located bool< stores, at each of which he will romain
about an hour. Don't, miss this opportunity to meet and talk with tho mos1
?. in Nev/ York. Dr. Traprock \=. ill be accompanied by members of
They will publicly deny the maliciously slanderous reports
to the effect that Dr. Traprock is an impostor, that he never
was south of the Battery, and that his book is untrue. Dr.
Traprock also will be glad to autograph copies of "The Cruise
of the Kawa" for his admirers.
Meet Him Here Today
Lord & Taylor Book Shop
38th Street & Fifth Avenue 11 to 12 A. M.
Womrath & Peck
42 Broadway 12.30 to 1.30 P. M.
John Wanamaker Book Dep't
Broadway & 9th Street 2.30 to 3.30 P. M.
Hud?*on Term. Building 4 to 5 P. M.
WEDNESDAY, October 19, 1921
Mrs. John Lou her Welsh
She was married yesterday afternoon i ? ??.' ? .
the presence of a largi path ?. ? ... . E - ? ' ?? I ?- , ? N'cw
York, Philadelphia and V ;hingl . Mr , V> Mi
Lemoine Dunlop, daught? v by a foi " hald
Paneled Room of
Jacobean Per io
Furnishings Assembled by
Richard Morris Hu:.i in
New York Mansion Bring
835,543 in Two Days
A csrve?! oak paneled room of ti e
' Jr.cobean period, formerly rcass
1 ::i a New York mansion undi r dire?
r ?. of the Inte Richard M?
: the note 1 architect, v .
I al the American Art Galleries, I
with otl ?- valuable fur :
the residence. The paneling complet?
was purchased by Charles D. Mathews,
. of $3,750.
west w;i!' is composed of a man
?? Ipie :e '.'? ?th de? ply m? al led top, half
i und frii z< . roken over pilaster!
leaf-cnrichi ! Ionii ca
west side is composed of an o] nlng
: for a ca ?i men I window r g al
flanking panels, with a paneled dado
under the cas? m t; the north wall has
a broad central section of rich panel?
ing and is flanked by two doors, arel
south v has a d ep bay with
openings for four casern? I
and under ?hen: dado panels and a pan
elcd I - '
The sale yesterday realized $28,
187.50, bi nging thi two lay t
;-.- ? ?.." 13
Othci a a were :
i led " ry panel 1 balli
ii .ntelpiece, Ri (rent ? pi i od, La i
Company, $1,400; Kingwood com
: i Led in ouivre don
ti Louis Solomon, $1,000; gild
nut paneled music room, Regent's
? style, to Henry Gl? nby, $1, ;
and enameled glass bay window, I'
Oudinot, to 1!. ? laman, ?
ipestry sofa, Regent's style, to L).
Ben et. agent, $30?; si x car1 ;
tapes! i.. chairs, Lou
XVI period. I
nese nth cer.tiii
' . : :
... ??."'J lined
s . ilud? not s ' f.
I ' to Mi
.' Ro k? ? ' .
Bishop Davics is Guest
A? Reception in Lenox
LENi iX, Msi 0 >" ? Vdele
>-" : :. ' I ? - ' .
F i , who obsei I the
. tentl . F ] Lion
rch in Lenox, su
? ' . s ....
Carter, of V
rty-iive rs? a !
Mr Gri va I s of Dr.
M i s s M a r I
T . . ra V. Dav, v
ton, are gin
. :.' e,
L t'ue furl
.'??.: irgent. f
Joseph Hart Boudrow Lof!
Estate In Uh Wife
Jos ph i: a: ' Bou
on the stage ma ;
and $100 i
Mr. B outil lied Octo s : -?
? ? ?
act? r's Mrs. t'a
draw, knov I ag?
1 le M ar,. ' Mal
Bv N. Y. University !
On 90th Birthdav
Deseendants Piare Wreaths
on Monument, While Dr.
Alexander Pays Trihnte
to Courage of Pioneers
. - h ? re held yes -
terday in 1 ca pus of N'ew York
institution. Chancell ? i
. ???. ? ?
... by a pa ra le
? ? . ; . ning
? ' ::-...''-"'
I ? ..:. .1 miver I build
ts of two nders placed
. . nstitutioi
Iant3 were ]
the M tr o
of Art, ew of
. 1 Mrs tl
He ' ' ' 5? ':. gi
'It i ? fac? ion," M". de
1 ri ?? ; the .? ath at
the f t of 1 nument, "to know
? the lai . : effort ; of those
tribu to I ; lible for the
we re men ? i and high
irage," aid. "We cannot ;.
that the; I wiser than
for t! age .."
? . ......
? l ' was recalled y Dr. Ales
"I'ast nil ' enthusi
.-, ' R y (j ... ..... %V .
? ?. cu ! arl j
en it 1:
' .? grief and hat?
. noi '? in in ; ; ?
to s ' etterment."
: 'rom Lewis 1
1. ' i ' I, Of 1 LI
gradui ? 'thi iniversity, clas
1 ? ? years ol
Anderson Firs! Edition
Sale Brings In $4,245
'fil nd s:;.;:- s -
i ; ? the
i t $4,245.60,
? ? ? . I to 5
i ffi - trday.
I ". si - the '..?? ry re "sup]
? i the mai ri pi ?? . ? si
'. py con?
tains n iscrint ac?
.. ...?i or, Roi t Ross
ih? first cc . ' I ' ippear
1 for $370.
? - ' ? ! i e Poem, "Ra
I1 J Gai
. i . .' ? :?.
? ? o f " A ] i r i s m s."
edition of Ge >rge Me red il
." ; ? J. .!. Newbegin, $152 50;
first editioi of 'Moo
i," to T. J. Gai '" ; fir3t
m i Stevei "Th Pentland
," ti J. !?'. Di ike, ;: 15; aul i
i s i-on's
to Gal We I . ' ? ?
Miss \iT_-Kba_c_ Ensraged
. . ?? . .'....
Will' IN ;, w. Va.,
nbrier i was
revealed Iv I 3ian i ?.. ? yi terday ,?s
York cf M i ? Leary,
Mr. sum: Mrs. Daniel
' ??? - York, : - '?.' "? ore D.
?!. Va. Tl ey met
list a j ear : go, and v | nd
tt II Springs ?'?-???:? | . ;;-v. the
ister, a : ? : ed t? da} ' ??"
? M Ma ? i Buckley. Mrs.
'? . ? . Yori ? itive,
Vn engage t in for ced
? of M .s- Bunnj
\ : k ft' Vand r
nem b? i f i ' r o a d c o m
' ? i tertainod here to
morrov I o Cl nber o:' Commerce
? :: ckb-v, W Va
W H. T ?I -.abeth
Trabue a ! Miss Mar; ' of V "
? ' ? I
? consu - 3 ' ? .
.-.'? ' ' idic Agnes
' Wi ncl est , Unta rio, on
own here to
AT SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS
FROM FORMER PRICES
&!wodoree4. Kphn h~^\on
321 FIFTH AVENUE, AT 32n-i> STREET
pi ./7 ^y/ i ipi
;?| y-^T^ ! E
9 ! From the Firth of Fourth ?J j ? ' j
y^!| to the Fifth of Avenues ij^J
yJ /^\VER the tossing brine, Scotland has ??? ??
iffiJl ' ^ dispatched cases to Peck & Feck, ?ftU
I'a-S/^ii loaded with stockings and scarfs and tiipf!
rfoo, sweaters, whose tones represent the sP-VV
fc? latest outpouring of the Scotch color 7L?V
P i scnsc P !
E^ i| And in spiteofalldistinctionofmaking and I "9^? i
a ?j prices arc the prices of s? rise. ? sLd ?
|| g ! PECK6PECK K
Jl.JJ .'.'' Fifth Aveuae $Vr Fifth Avenue \ ?^M
? O O ! vi i Al < NO MICHIGAN BOULEVARD, CHU ,GO ? LO O?
lii'i^yi rtlmDewh Sombra??? Nci^r, I W%*S)
? _'?VS.] ._.___ Br_^_t__.
Harding to Help Celebrate
?Surrender of Cornwallis
From : " H ?? -.gt i B
WASHINGTON, Oct. IS. The Presi?
dent left here on the yacht Mayflower
i i-day for Yorktowti, Vs., where he is
to attend to-morrow the celebration
- . .. the ! iOth a::: iversary
- f the surrende r of Lord C rnwallia
He will take part also in the exer?
cises at Williamsburg, Va., incident (
? he install?t ; n of Dr. .1. A. C. I
1er as president of William and Marj
? and will receive an honorarj
The Executive plasss I i return tc
Washington in tin : to be at is desk
Thursday morning. Four .
i is Cabinet accompany the Pr?
.? . he will be kept closely informed
party which - . :
on the Mayflower were Mrs. Ha :
Secretary of State and Mrs. Hughes,
Secretary of the Treasury M Ion, . ?
retary of War Weeks, Secretary of
. - . Mrs. Hoover, Pri "c?s
i ? Beam, of thi French
Embassy: Mr. sir. ? Mrs. William Wri>v
ley, of ? 'V ???-?'. ? s ' ? tative Slemp,
of Virginia; Brigadier General ('. E.
Sawyer and Colon CO 3
President's aid. The President will
?peak twice. Aft exercises sit
Y i rktown the Presi 1? rty will
motor to Lee Hall, eight 1
where they will boar?! a train for the
the iss ?tallat ion exer? ? : i
p . rty will be gu< ?". ; of Pre - i
d?ni ' 'ha?idlf r of the college in t
LaFayette sissii ? v
each occupied the house as ' ad
quarters n the War of the Ri I ition
Gen. Alfred A. Woodhnll.
Civil War Veteran, Dead
to The Ti il i. na
PRINCETON, N. J.. Oct. 18 Gen?
eral Alfred Alexander Woodhull ; 3
A., retired, died here tl ?mon ?ng ?it
h a home on Bayard Lane, He was
Loin ?t Princeton on April 13, 1837. He
prepared for Colgate, Lawretic
and came to Prim I
College of New '??<?:?
graduated in 185C.
lie pract i< it Le iven
worth, Kan., ?'???:: yea s - ? ?
tion and then rem ive ; r ? E idora, Kan
When Sum? er was i ' ?took
an ad p I -ai m a com pan \
mount? i '.??.'.'," ' r ' Kan as
ved ' '.? .' nt's com
Lieutei ? ? ' ? m.
Lie itenan t Colon ?1 in 1394. In
;f?04 h.1 was ad i to the ra
Brigadier General on the retir?
, ... . ? v. . [hull was .; writer ?.if
?: ril on military hygiene and mi ;i ?
and si member of the Association of
States, the American Public Health As?
sociation and the Military Ord
the Loyal Legion.
K ronberg, Noted Ar,tisl,Dies
STOCKHOLM, Oct 18 Juli i ? Kr?n
? idely known ai - ed here
i Juliu ? F 'rdinand Kn i
''?'? 'disl painter, rn at Karls
krona 1850 lie ent?
at Stockholm when th ?rt n n yea
1873, he continued his study of art a
r ', !'. r :. ''-: in ich i
His 'ame w is first assured whei in
1875 : "Nymphs and F
now in the National Museum, Stock
I ? i.
il :?; ot he ;? works irelu le " '??
1878, and "David and Saul." 1885, both
In the Stockholm museum; "Death of
I leopatra," 1883, and "Queen of Sheba,"
1888. He was a member of the Stock?
holm Academy and a professor there
from L885 till 1893.
Mrs. Ellen Y. Caesar Die*
Wiird was received here es1 :
?atl n Annapolis. Mil 'Il
V s 'aesar, v fe of : e late Her
man D. Caesar and daughter f I
late Jacob II. Vai
came aftei Fu -al serv?
ie? 3 wi II be held to-moi row sit St.
John's Ei - -. I Chui h, at Rosebar is.
S. 1. Inter s nt will be in the Mora
? ' 'em : ,?! ; it ? "?? ? )orp. S. I.
M r . < ae .
ter, Mrs. Dudle\ Carpen . -
napolis, Md., and - i ,
I . com a, W ?
???BF.RT *M. KENT
Special Dis;:at- h. ' : '
Mi: :?-.?. -.. >ct '?
VI. Kent jr., d, for
se'1 : '. . '.'?-. of Com lerce and ?Trust of
? s city, d
offices ??? ;' e Fid . Loai ai Sa
?nys ' i ?' talking w?. th
Littlet? n Fitzge3 aid . r. a n officer of
.Kent ' le last
foui ' i, one of whom, Linden
Ki ? '. was for some years a prominent
lawver of Wash ngton. Chief Justice
E. D. White, of tl Hi ted Stat?
preme Court, married his bi
? ? who is still living.
? . .vidow, who was Mi
Williamson, of Richmond, he is sur
? ved by three sons, rang
fron fi u ? I eer t I re are
-s ? ".. '.' rs John Goss
versity of Virginia; Miss Ellen
K s t ai d Mi i. Fr n s Wc olfolk, who
live at the family homestead ai Louisa
Court H ouse For .hai
Mr. Kent had be? n si ff< ;
irl ? ' ase, which was the cause o f
his death. Th? fu ral will I e hel .
' S g SI lio' ? ' !
?:.-. r< di " :e.
M 11.1,1 VM U SW IFT
William H. Swift,
? :?: ? ? ; ?s st -??? t, foi
lertaker, di . ? ? ? ? ?
neral - v .
. ?Cong! igat <.-.<.'
of North N ? w York. Burial ivi
Kei - i net?ry. Mr. Sv - s'1 sui
\ ived by h is wi fe and
(?oing Oh To-t.av
? - tree
M? ? opoll Lan Museum of vi
\ ' it -.?? " ? ' ?
Van Cortlanill Purl Museui il n
-, | ? . .
f ? r.- Am? ? ? ?
. nt? ii
Foundation Bu linfi Tw - ? ? '.
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? >., il Mach
l Hotel As
' -a il !' ?' 'rail?
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h, ?, nf th? ?"'u- ? ' '
I ? ?.'. lor I -' i, 1 o
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8?15 o clock
Of Bavaria Dies;
5 Years in Exile
Renounced Throne in 1916
After Having Held It Onlv
3 Years; Death of Wife
Occurred on Same Dav
Ht* Fled to Switzerland
111 Health and Financial
Distress Said to Have
Threatened Hi* Sanity
LONDON, Oct. 18 (By Th? Asso
Press} An Ex chantre Telegraph
from Vienna to-day states
tl .? a report has been received there
- death of Ludwig III, former
King of Bavaria, at Sarvar Castle, in
Hungary. A Reuter dispatch confirms
? saying Ludwig died to-day.
Ludwig III. a picturesque figure In
Europe for three-quarters of a cen?
tury, renounce^.' his throne as King of
Bavaria, on November 16, 1916, having
held it a scant three years. Disasl :
broke heavily upon tho venerable
ruler, as his wife, Maria Theresa, died
on the same day
After his abdication. Ludwig fled to
Switzerland and later to the Austrian
w th other royal members of his
household, At one tune he was re?
ported to be liv ng at the Castle of
Vaduz under a fictitious name, and also
to have been driven to the Al]
In Mar ; . 1919, he received permis
si >n of the Swiss government to reside
?ra, and went there a few days
latei to ' ike up his residence. II" re?
mained nearly a year in Switzerland,
where life's vicissitudes in virtual exile
listress are 6 I to have
threatei id sanity. lie was severely
id for ?eve 1 once was
rep? rted .lead.
On D . Ludwig re?
to \\ ildenwart, so th
Bavaria, where he has remained most
of 'h?' time since. Ba
I ti ' lonstration on the
i ccasl on of the seven!
sary of his birtl last Jai nary 7.
Ludwig was born a' Munich, his
father being Prince Luitpold an.! his
er Augustine, Princess and Grand
Duchess "f Austria and Tuscany. Tho
? of Ludw ; -. the famous a d
ious Louis I. was the close friend
of dee; he, and was th? modern Ma?
;vho end').'. ? I M mich with ? o
. works of art.
Maria Theresea, Ludwig's wifi
? : ria and Princess
Roya of H ingary and Boh
MR?. KATHERINE RIGGS ELMORE
GREENWICH, Conn., Oct. 18 Mrs.
katl ri?e Riges Elm re, wife of Elmore
F Elmore, of Ball id at Blythe
?? ..?! :- rium 1?re
,ras 1 he laughter of
the late Thomas Riggs and was a native
. N. Y. Her brother,
Themas Riggs, of Juneau, Alaska, who
first brought her to the sanatorium for
treatmei '., came here this afternoon,
iy was sent to Gilbertsville for
FRANK T. LANE
Frank T. Lane, n retired police !
tenant, who was attached to the Park
... station "i Brooklyn for several
years, died yesterday at his home, 1418
East N nth Street, Brooklyn, of dia
1 ?tes and ? ons. He was ap
??? Department in
1897 by ( ommiss oner The? dore Roose
? It. if3 ; ecame a sergeant
was transferred to tie Stagg Street
: station . Brc klyn. In 1915 he wa .
e a lieutenant and ordered to the
Edward I . ? ' ?
; : ?Ider of Flush
; ng, die I at
rum a stroke
apoplexy. Born in Wales, Mr Richard?
son located o years
ago. He bu ? iry, on
le and Am I y
St reet, and rebu ill ll lod st Epis
. ' ? : Amity Street
M r. R - survived bj I ?
an architect. Fu will be
held at ; ate 1 me Friday aft ernoi ;
be in th e F
' ; y
CHARLES F. W. WITTKE
WESTFIELD, N J.. Oct. 18, i
F. \\ Wittke, the "town newsdealer"
for the last forty years, at the corner
uf Br iad iets, died t his
afternoon. .Mr. SVi tv ettled
here il he had lived here ever
since. He v i bon i Gi rmai .
-?ates when ' ?
years . . !. He was a men
? al Gu ir i. mem
..;.:?? York < s s
wif e, . hters
Birth, Engagement, Marriage,
lli-ath and ?n Memoriani Notices
may b telephoned to The Tribune
any time up to mit in
n in th ' rti> ' day's pap ? .
fc/ef . m 3000.
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BK VMM - I? Mm
... , i a. m. in
j IlKOi K On Bunday ? i? i .:. r 1? i n
I p. s i. N s? In ni? ?9th filarlos
Our Pacific coastlin? liles
west ?.?f >_u Francisco. Japan
could takf _he*Phi]ippines almost
overnight. \re tin- Islands to !>??
reckoned an asset ?u a Ii.tbilitv
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