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WEDS MRS. LEEDS
flvil ( wiiK'ny Performed in
Old Town IFnll In
Il.:Uf!lOI'S 1MTKS TO-DAY
yew IVrsons at Marriage of
iiiericiin Womiui to Member
f fiirek lloynl Family.
-l prince Chrlatoplicr
Mm William u. wens
'' C'.ir...ii' iii 11 o'c'ocU this morning
In T X w. to be followed by tho re
ennmonv to bo conducted nt
lv i..r Moiiu-iix, to-morrow no
ine tn t no ntoH of the Greek Church.
, s piccird of New Orleans, nn
...J. r.mt. Blocker, aid do camp
0 ,h, iTiiK.-. ai tcd lii ,h" K.CB1
... f0r me bridegroom. Tiie American
r Jul Mr HI. K. i.nd the Associated
J, ,m niMwiil'-iu were the only spec
1 Mr' won- a ilaik tailor made
i h'.t.h tura iiinl .i fiuo. 'J'ho party
, ,,, in iipnn li.-ro and started this
i,n on fur M-'iilrcuv.
' ,, , ,ni. m. t Vevey to-morrow
uk,- pin in the Russian Chtirch.
yUt fho BM.-H nt It will be the Duke
vnrta mn v ti e i i reck Crown Prince,
,,j'r.j.'niin,' - King Confltuntine.
C. G. WORNE, JR.,
WEDS MISS HALE
Uridc Granddaughter of Late
Edward Everett Hale.
v.a-i' t Citrzn linh', daughter
n i 1
, r marriage "f Mrs. John Oak
,. m.irrltd ro Mr. Ollbert O.
,lr, yiterday afternoon In the
(, ilr.i I'luirch by tho Rev.
,,r i i ,irt. r. l.t mi flattery In tho prcs
, ,, ,. ,i r, i.c.u. - anil friends.
V.i. bride, wlm was Riven away by
'.,r brother. Air. Herbert Dudley Hale,
uiro .i liH' gown and a tulle
v, ni: ,i In r m.itlii'f w re nt her own
ifiddmsr. 1'ir ""'' nttcndnnts were her
i.i iniri'iKtfr. L.uir.i Marquand Hale, and
h, r stu .-l.'iir, Itence Oakman, as flower
"suplicn Purnnt llurlbut of Morris-'
oii'i X. J. bf1 "ia". A small
rwu'i'on as h.-ld at tln home of Mr.
.ml Mr. oakman. 3 West Sixteenth
T!m l'.- 'I.' i a daughter of the lato
!! i ,, it lni.lb'y Hale and a grand-
i. iui: i i f il'' l it' It. Kditanl Kvcrett
Hal. f l' '"ii Sho was graduated
iron W'tlliM. n .hire. Mr. Thome Is
the .on ot 'iili'. ri ii Thome of this cltrf
HurlnK th ti.-r c served with tho
ll.itli M.i-hi'ir i lun B.itt.'illon. Mr. and
Mrs. Tiioine will llxe In Sour Lake,
r, u litre lie is in i.w oil business.
MISS DILLON BRIDE
OF DONALDO. PAGE
Daughter of Mrs. John M.
Thomas's Church last nlcht
Jli h-iri.-liy iiownint; Dillon, daugh-
i.i- of t!ir hue Julin Milton Dillon and .
Mr.. Dillon, was married to Donald j
nr.isbv I'.iEC. Kn uf Mr. and Mrs. i
illi.mi II Page of this city. Tho Uev.
Hr Krnen Al. Wtliis, rector, performed
Th bruli'. who was given away by )
her brothir .Milton S. Dillon, wore a1
su-.vn of tthl'e t-itln trimmed with old
low point iaee, vhlch belonged to her
mother. .Miss Ilsle Downing of Wasji
I'.fjtott. hir ouin. was maid of honor.
and the br.demnatds were JIIss Mary
Van Dyke of Milwaukee. MIsm Alys '
Don nine, ,i .oi.fin. of Washington; Miss .
IWe-i Lfuuirest and JIIss Sally Young
' of Sp,nKti.. 1 Mass ; the Misses Char-1
lot:., n r,:i-,i, Muriel MeOulre. Blanche
Pap; and Margaret Mcnte of this city. I
' K i'ltuo. tho llridpffroom's
irotaer, r.ss lin man. Tho ushers
e .loh-i B. Whitinyer of Rochester,
N V.. i'a.old Ufilcher of Newark,
Mes'rj. Uorhr-rt CoIIkt, . Richard M.
Page Her.,y Gibson. Victor Day. Will
lam Ar nun, William Robertson and
AMUMub (' Downing, Jr.
After ilir o.vmiony there a re
.epin.n riwt hy the bride's mother at
;e heme of lir rousln, Miss Ethel
pw, 11' Kat,: Sixty-ninth street.
Tw hrld.' I? a granddaughter of tho
hie Judft ur.l Mrs. John F. Dillon
and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
P.ijp will hva at JOw West Fifty-eighth
FOR JIISS THOMPSON'S WEDDEiG
Ili-p JlarrluRt! U, 11. V. Dabcock
Arrnnutd for Satnnlny.
Arr,-inscment.i aro ccmplcto for the
!r.jrrlage of Miss Kliiabeth S. Thomp
in, daiijlitcr of Mr. and Mrs. Lotvlg S.
' lowpnin, to Jtr. Ric.iard F. Babcook,
in of the late Henry D. Babcock, which
;,ill taKo place on next Saturday otter--uon
in tli Centennial Chapel of St.
r .'-ih I'hurch, Stuyvesant Square,
rtn nr-jtin? clrgvmen will be mo
1. Grnf At. Etlres of .St. Thomas's
'mri-n ,ir.il the Rev. iS. P. Swcsoy Of
v.buiy X J.
JI -s Thon .on will be attended by
Ulssii u.wr... Jjage, Helen Lee, Hope
' .ni'oiu and Mllen G. McCarlcr. Mr.
oodiv.ird ':, bcock will be his brothel's
test ma . ,l0 ushers will be Mpss.k.
Ai'Pre-1 .uk. William Payno Thomp
"a 2d. ' ry Rogers Wlnthrop, Llv-In-nttm
" r jn?. William T. Preston and
Jtooert V,- Mnrrati. A reception will bo
fW at the homr of Mr. and Mrs.
iliompsun. 'mi I'arU avenuo.
RETURNED "Y" W0RKEB WEDS.
5Hi Mrtle I)iv and SrBeniit
'ajur fi,,ic Met In Cnlilens.
. w. .ma-, , llf A'UW, ,
MUjj r j tne a P.l.ln nnn. A riA.. 1
. - ..ii,,,., v't uua
x ,; P' mental SYrseant-MaJor '
Jam i - .,, s A lQ0k p,aco ,Mt
"en ic in th. Hiurch H0U30 of .mi rtn-
; 'Imrh t!. Kov. W. J. D. Thomas
. The bride served nearly a
if.ih the y. At. c. A. In France and
r "V W't. I I .
M. , f
".jf, ijo is wiin uie
DAHCE AT COLONY CLUB.
"Inlnnicit fniler Auaplcea of
ll- XlHltlnfr Committee.
r'l ., week's gayeties there was
1-1 I'ght In tho ballroom of
under the auspices of
Vrk nty Visiting Committee. I
i-'.h of tho Charities Aid
'iirouBii mo money Ramti
'iee win i,e able to aid wel-
at Bcllevuo Hospital and
""ns. It was nn Informal
'! miners preceding it He-
xx f Mnies. Herbert L. Salter-
P-vro Atorgan. C. frant
J Horace Harding. Richard
Howi.ind Davis, J. J. Moore-
'"nry ;. Ilarnes. Froilerlck
'! ' Carles WilllaniJ.
-Mr. ami Mr. Herbert L. Sattcrlro win
Slvo n dinner I'obnmry 10.
Mr. and Mrs. W'ifuani I. Guthrie, will
jive a dinner February 11.
Mrs, Hamilton MeIC, Twojnbly will
Ctvo a largo dinner Fobruary 0.
Mrs. Douglas Robinson will Klvo a
luncheon to-dny unit u dinner to-night.
Mrs.. Wllllnin Goadby Loow will start
to-day for Jckyl Inland, (la,, to bo With
her father, Sir. George F. Baker, and
later will go to Alkcn, whero Mr. Loow
will Join her", ,
MIm Anno T. Morgan will return from
Mr. and Mm. J. Allen Townscnd will
start to-day for Palm Bench,
Mrs, Jocph V. Rtlllmnn nnd MIm'
Mildred Stlllman will start South early
Mr. and Mrs. Francis It. Appleton
havo gono to White. Sulphur Springs, W.
Miss Dorothy Kane of Tuxedo Is at the
borne of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Dakar,
Jr., No. 260 Madison avenue, whllo they
lira In Tallahassee, Fla.
Mr. and Mr. J. Plerpont Morgan urn
passing Sunday nt their house In Glen
Cove, U I,
Mr. and Mrs. Illchard Van Nest Oam
brill have closed their houso nt Pea
pack, N. J and will start for Uermuda
early this month.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Meredith Hare will start
to-morrow for Alkcn.
Mrs. Charles II. Dltson will not resume
her' Wednesday receptions, an her tlmoj
is given to war wont.
Mrs. Prcscott Blade, who was visiting
her son, Ttoo Cladc, In Boston, has re
Mr. and Mrs. rie.rpont Hamilton will
CO to Europo In February.
Mrs. George S. Stlllmnn will go to
Crmond Beach, Fla., February 10 and
later to Thomasvlllo, Oa.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wlnmlll will
go South on February 12.
Mrs. William IcT'anderbllt. Jr., and
her children will go to Palm Beach tho
mlddlo of February.
Mrs. Burke Roche will give a dinner
Mr Nellson Vanderbllt and her
daughter, Mies Cathleen Vanderbllt, aro
confined to their npartment at No. 405
Park avenue, with grip.
James J. Van Alcn, who Is stay
ing at tho home of his son and d-iugh-ter-ln-law,
Mr. and Mrs. James Laurens
Van Alcn, will start for Europo Febru
Mrs. Frederick Do Pew Stewart post
poned her reception at the Ootham
Hotel for Miss Margaret Ournea Stew
art yesterday because of Mlas Stewart's
Mrs. Arthur Hodges of 182 East Sixty-fourth
street gave a tho dansant yes
terday for her debutante niece, Miss
Pauline Chapln Bourne, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Baker Bourne.
The Misses Ic:itllhon. Almy and
Marlon Gilford, daughters ot Mr, and
Mrs. John Parker Gilford of 473 Lex
ington avenue, will go this week to
Washington' to bo guests of Mrs. T. -Septimus
Autln and Miss Madeleine Aus
tin, who will ulve a dance lor mem at
Hauschcr s on Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Epptey. who
have been In New York for two weeks,
havo returned to Halldon Hall.
. . - . . , ,
Ir- ntl MrR- "ratl0 L,y'L
I'miaueipnia anu jub. v,, uikoh
I Browne of New otK arc al tne .Muen-
Miss Lily Barrett Knut iias returned
rjec;ius6 0r the cold Reginald C.
vanderbllt has postponed his visit to
Snncl Polnt and will start this
wecK 0 rl0"u"'
Malcom D. Sloar.o ot New York rail
celled reservations ho mado at tho Lenox
Club for a party ho wao to give there
over Sunday, as tha cold Is Intense,
ranging from If. to 2i below zero.
Cortl'andt Field Bishop and Miss
Beatrice Bishop are at tho Maples and
will return to-day to New York, where
Mr. and Mrn. Bishop will give, a, lunch
con to-morrow fo'Mr. and Mr. Mau
rice Maeterlinck. ,
Grcnvir.e L. Wlnthion 'and William
B. O. Field tetuned to New Yor.'r yes
terday. Mrs. J. F. A. Clark of New York liaa
arrived at Grey House.
Alexander Sedgwick and Henry D.
Sedgwick of Stockbrldge aro visiting
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellcry Sedgwick In Boston.
THC 11BV. J. F. X. O'CONNOR.
The Hex-. J. F. X. O'Connor, Jesuit
scholar, writer of musical plays and
books nnJ translator of the cuneiform
Inscription on tho Babylonian cylinder
nt the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
died yesterday In St. Vincent's Hospital,
lie wan In his sixty-ninth year.
Father O'Connor had held many Im
portant posts in tho educatloni! system
of the Jesuit Order. Ho was professor
of phllcsophv at Georgetown Unlx-erslty
and at the Collego of St. Francli Xavlcr
In this city for many years. , Whllo at
hroueht him Into tho public eye. He;
conversed ln sex-en languages and trans
lateiLIn half as many mora and was the
author of many text books used now
In tho schools nnd colleges of his order.
Ho entered tho Jesuit Ordoi forty
eight years ago, following tho comple
tion of his preparatory courses at SL
Francis's. Soon afterward he attended
Georgetown Unlx-erslty. After lecturing
thero several yeara ho returned to Now
York and was authorized to establish
l.t .M,th Ti-nflipr rt'f-nnnnr linil
ailHO 11. a J -
In n-rltlncr TTa rnrmed lho
i;uiiecvi in ........... - - - - -
friendship of Chnrle3 A. Dana ot Tiib
Sdj an(1 H wasl the Ialter wh() plj.
llshed his monograph. "The Bookworm."
Ho was the nuthor. too, of "The Mys-
tery of Life," which received Its pre-
mlere In 1918 and of a second play,
AVALTBIl P. PHILLIPS.
Bridgeport, Jan. 31. Walter P. Phil
lips. Inventor, editor, author and com
poser, xvho mado his home In this city
for many years, died nt Oak Bluffs.
Mass.. to-day, according to a despatch
received hero to-night Ho was born
I In Grafton. Mass., In 1846. and was for
several years engaged In tne tclcgrapn
E.tS in P,
i Frovitiencc, k. j.. ana .new
ranked xvlth operators xvhosc
. t. I...- M.,l. 1 1, o ... famiiio Amnnv
,,,, telegraphic contemporaries were
Tfconn)1 A, Edison. Andrew Carnegie
and jatrlck B. Delancy. In 1874 Mr.
thinips entered tho service of tho As-
sociated Press, and In 1882 became
general manager of the o'tl United Press
with headquarters In New York. He
was a member of Tim Sun Alumni As-
eoclatlon, having worked with Charle3
A Dana nn tho Now York StlJf In
nuni. nan iuaw,j i.,. ...w. u.
Actress, Secretly Wed
Known on the stage as Miss Ina
Claire, she is Mrs. James
MISS INA CLAIRE
Belnsco Star in "The (iold
Diggers" Bride of .Taint's
All the time Miss Ina Clatro lias been
playing tho queen of the "Gold DlgRers"
In tho comedy of that name sho has
been a bride. Tho secret romance was
rovealcd yesterday. And such a secret
one tho popular young actress nnd her
husband hax-o been living a thousand
miles apart so nobody would suspect
anything. He is James Whlttaker. a
Chicago newspaper man, a Fpeclal writer
for one of tho dally papers and formerly
Its mualo critic.
Miss Claire u to lato hour last
night at tho Lyceum Theatre xvaa con
fident that her secret was keeping as
well ns ever, but sho should have Vnown
that a beautiful nnd highly eligible
young actrem cannot go around wearing
a wedding ring underneath her slbve
without Its being noted.
Tho date and place of tho marriage
were not revealed, but tha best Informa
tion Is that it took place in Chicago last
season, when Miss Claire wna playing
there In her first role under the Belasco
management In "Polly With a Past."
Tho secivcy xvas maintained because this
season Mr. Belasco mado Miss Claire a
star, and sho bcllcx-ed that announce
ments ot ptardoni and of matrimony
should not be simultaneous.
Miss Clalro Is about twenty-four years
old. About two years ago she befamo
engaged to tho lato Lieutenant-Commander
Lawrence Townsend, Jr., U. S.
N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawre.nco Town
send of Washington and this city, who
was well known ln society here and In
Newport. This engagement after n year
was broken by mutual consent. The
young navy officer died In the autumn
of lOlS. Miss Claire's brother. Allan
Fagan, Is now tho dancing partner of
M'ss Florence Walton.
Miss Clalro and Mr. Whlttaker date
their romance back several yeara. Ho
served with tho army In France as a
Lit - .enant in the artillery.
RETIRED, DIES AT 63
Commissioned in Rainbow Di
vision, but Illness Prevented
His Going Abrond.
Salt Lake City, .Tar.. 31. Brig.-Gcn.
E. A. Wedge'.vood dle1 here to-day af
ter a'n Illness of several months. Ho
was 63 years old.
In tho World War he was a nrlgadlcr
Gcneral in the Rainbow Division, sta
tioned at Camp Greene, N. C, but did
not go overseas because of physical dis
ability and after short service was re
tired from the nnny nt his own 'equeot.
He was born In Massachusetts and
oegan his career ns a lawyer, mox'lng
to Utah thirty years ago.
During tho Spanish-American War
Gen Wedgewood was ti Captain In a
Utah light artillery company and In
Ills early service xvlth the military was
a private in tho Utah National Guard,
ln 1913 ho xvaa appointed a member of
the Jfatlonal Military Board by the
Secretary of War. Before this ho had
served as Adjutant-General of Utah.
TIIB nF.V. J. NEYVTO.V PHELPS.
Special Despatch to Tn Sex avd Xsw Yons
Stamford, Conn., Jan. 31. Tho Hex-.
J. Newton Phelps, vicar of St. Luke's
Chapel of St. Jonns episcopal pansn
J... 1019 I I ! tnitiv r f inetl.
monla. He Is survlx-ed hy his daughter.
Mlsa Ex-clyn rneipe. tie was uorn in
New York flftj'-ilxa years ago and cn
ire,l the mlnlstrv ns a BaDtlst clcrcx'-
man. In 1896 ho was ordained an j
Episcopal minister. Ho served in
churches In New York, Elizabeth, N. J..
nnd Merlden, Conn., before coming to
ClinSTEIt A. DENNIS.
Chester A. Dennis, formerly a mem
ber of the West Long Branch Borough
Council and for the last ten years In
tho employ of the New York nnd Lons
Branch Itallroad, died of pneumonia
yesterday at tho homo of hla sister, Sirs.
Eugeno Howland, at BSD Bramtiall ave
nue, Jersey City. He was 32 years old.
He xvas prominent In Masonic circles lu
MUS. EMMA LOUISE THEM A IN.
Speciel Dttpatch to Tub Sex axd New Yobk
OniKNWlcit, Conn.. Jan. 31. Mrs.
Emma Louise Tremaln, widow of Will
iam Scott Tremaln. died at her homo
hero to-day of heart disease. Sho was
lorn In New York, xvhero sho lived until
a short time ago. One ''nughter, Mrs.
Grace T. Benjamin of New York, sur
vives her. Sho xvas a relative of Mrs.
TUB WAR 1H OVKIt AN'D HAS MAUI
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OP TIIUMl INVKdTKl ATHl M AVV NOW
1.1 VINO IN POVKUTV A hi: kicii HUT
DON'T KNOW IT I OP 11 40) i'AOIl CLOTH
1IOPNO INOBX KNTITI.KO "MIPHIMj
III5IIIH AND NKXT OP KIN." DATINO
111: TO IIKCL-NT DATK, ALPHAUKTI
UAI.I.Y'AniUNliKn.l'ONTAlNHAUTIIKN. TIP I.IHTH OP PNCLAIMKU KBTATKH
AND HEIHB WANTKD AND ADVEH
TIBKU rOll IN AMKRIOA AND AIlllOAD
TO CLAIM FOIITUNKH! XWO CON
TAINH CHANCHItr COUllTa OP ENO;
LAND AND HIKLAND I.IBTU AND DANK
OF KNDLAND UNCLAIMED DIVIDENWJ
LIST. THOUSANDS OP NAMES IN 1IOO K I
YOUJtH Oil YOUIt ANCE8TOIW, NAMBS
MAV VIZ A II ON 11 THEM. 3BND 11.09
(ONE DOLIUIt) AT ONCB 1'OP. 400
I'AOW CLOTH HOUND 1J001C; ESTAIi
INTKRNATIONAL CLAIM AfiENCY,
Dept. !. '
13. V. Would like lo hfr from JIENltl
HACIIS. Write care of Pardoen, Nau
rod, Crslr vt Prrtnort, Ijnf Iilund,
LVFOItMATION R to tvherealmuts of
Krnnk Hhnmont, dlmppeareil littler prt
Hi:, tt'lfn Itoio Shamons. Addrets WIPE,
: lli-mld. ,
IK K. CAMPIIELL DKNMAN or M of
fice ontwer lia will hear ornthln advn
Ucom. C i: 111 Hrld. lltralil Bqusre,,
Information wanted of Henry Clnreneo
nnd Alary Ellin Phrlpi, children of Wm II.
nnd Harriet J, (Colo) Phflp". born 81.
Louis; llvnl Illnnlmmton nnil Uoth, Y.
Ilnrrlet marrlrd :d Chni. It. Arnold. 'I. T.
SIIEKAIAN. 80 Wall at.. X. V.
LOUISE ELLIOTT, or other colored
mnlila employed l.y Mrs. Mlnnlo Allen at
:I84 Ilr.inilii-uy. from year 19011 to 1U.
Plea a aend aililrraa lo LEOAL. Hun officii.
MltS. NEWMAN dealrea lo locate Mra.
Jennie McCrny of ninthamton. whom h
met at Wanamakera on October 21 lait.
fommunlrate with Mra, NEWMAN, car of
Mom, Marcua & Wela, ::3 llroudway, New
Ynrfc City. . ,
'"AT. II. K.- Now Yenr'f nffutr with II.
Unimportant. Communicate with mother.
PAHTV whu atv nntomoblle acclilnt
Sunday nlrlil. January :.'. nt 14JiV it. und
IlroiuMay; liberal reward. Addreiw ri. S
331 llerald. rultniwl,
If you know, the preient, or recent ad
droaa of Thomas Slattery. of New Orleana.
who was ilnilnir under the etaito name of
Harry Verner. plena" aend It to hl brother,
P. K Bl.ATTEUV. New Orle.ina, Ln. ,
Tho tnuio of tii lata ED XV. HAM LEY
la ubout lo bo fold by the order of the
admlniatratrlx. CATHERINE CONWAY
., . i muni navo iuii iiurii'iuni"
of all your deolliiBa with brokers, liankH
and irum lotnpatili'a for pant four yeara,
I alio Htatement or validity anu parucuir
of all tranactlon of various companies
i . .... . . . . ,n.. ni.fi
anil eaies or ihcukcs oi wninur..
cultles Imposed on mo almost Insurmunt
nhle and adjustments Impossible without
full information 7.. V. X.
LOST. POUND AND UEWAIID
Liberal reward will ho paid leadlnc to
the recovery of Ford Sedan UTO. .Motor
number 35351D bearlns New York l!eeto
SIS 430 Stolen on January :" whllo stand
Inr in front of 114 East !5th Street, about
3:S0. P. Al. Extra 1'lreatono Tire 314 at
tached to rear of car; dome light in thu
car: nickel bumper attached In front f
ear. Communications confidential. XX II.
AI.MY. Teleplione :jVlJnhn 1 Liberty ht.
will be paid for tho return of koM mesh
baa; lost in the Metropolitan Opera Iloase
January 25 XVliI Hie Rentleman who re
ported that It had been left at the box of.
flee pleake nimmuiilcate. with U. H. HOI'
XVOOI), 53 John st Now York city? Tel.
He. kmnn SM7
IlltOXVX rf'I'.i: left on OlmlxI'K notion
caunter.- Finder leavo ationlrc. Kewaru.
'Xo nuntlons asked for return of
riutlnum and Diamond flexlblo brtrelet
Lost January 17 between 74th Street, Park
Avenue and 4M Sti.et. Heturn to 30 East
42d St.. room 4::. Tel. Murray Hill 5430.
LAKOK blaok hat. red feather, from 5th
avenuo bus at 76th i-t . Krldav. 5:0. lto
wa rd. COWARD. ' E'".' 90tli st.
LOST Diamond and platinum 'mr pin,
about 3 Inches lone, with 9 fair alscd
stones In rentre. small crown on top and
bottom with small sapphires, between I. Oth
st. and Broadway and 112th s!. tnd Mh
av.. or whll rldlnc on St. Nicholas nr. bus
about 1 P. Al.. SaturJay; reward. Address
.. V. HHESLAILK, Sol West llltli. Ca
LOST Friday. 4 I'. Al., front of jtli ave.
bus. going south, brown suede purse: re
ward for return to "2 W ESth st. KIPP.
Phone Plata 7IQ-fc.t. a
1-0;T J.inunry if. Pcnnsvlvania t-tatlon,
one diamond clrc'.o pin. Kinder return to
LU"Y EASTMAN. I lM't Ttlli st. netvnru.
IJl vii.ll Timy- i fcu. I".. - a
Inches wide, with five centre prl: re
ward. Heturn lo HAXOKLEY COXSTIIPC-
... n...., ..,., 1 ll .,ln ,.Kr..,t I L.
TIOX CO. . XXest 3Sltl.
LOST Uluiiiif'soal murf Friday nUht at
tho 1'lai.i iuovIiik pleture. Finder -a 1 1 1 set
reward it remrncti to ino oox oun-p.
I)ST Opr.i Rlasses. Utile Theatre or
tnxlcab; renard. CAUDIIX. SIS West
IajST Package runtaiiitng allk. Park
avenue, between Fifty-sixth and Fifty
fifth: reward, S. STUATtT, 114 Eni-t 54th,
LOST Friday afternoon, caracul muff.
Pest's or Altman's, or between stores;
liberal reward: no questions. Room 1004,
131 Kast 23d. phons Oramercy His.
MALI: Airedale, ono year old; p'nln eo.
lr: liberal reward; lost In vicinity of 119th
and Illverslde. rhnne 14 Atnrnlnolde.
LOST Friday evening betitecn Xlst st.
4th ave. and Aletrjpolltan On.ra House,
platinum lnrsnttte. Jeweled with sapphires
and diamonds. Finder will be liberally re
warded by rctitrnlnc it to LKBOLT ft CO..
,-,11 5th ve.
LOST Friday nljht In tnxl or Mndlson
Souaro Garden, wallet, nls, paprs ind po
lice card and some monev: finder liberally
rewarded, JAMBS VILLEPIOCE. Sheeps
head Day, L I. Tel. 1158 Coney Is nnil.
LOST Velvet bag contents about 140,
Rlst st. "1." station, r.erard, FLAVEOAX,
13" & Itroadway.
LOST Female brown Pekingese in Na
varro Apartment Court. .Friday afternoon.
Liberal reward. Mrs. El D. SMITH. 130
LOST R.ED FEATIIEK FAX. on Thurs.
day night, at Hotel Astor or en routo tp 10
Oramercy Park: reward offered for return
to room 1104. 113 Hroadway.
LOST Hudson Day seal muff. Friday
aft moon. January 30, 10, in Penna. Sta
tion, or on the street between there and
Hudson Tube Station, 33d it. and 6th av.
Flndtr please lommiiulcate . with II. (i.
STEPHEN'S. Jobn st. Phono Ileulsinun
LOST Oold pin. premium Aft. SI. Alary's
Academy. Jan. 29. McGIyitn, box office,
Cn-t Theatre. Reward.
LOST On Saturday, u smooth haired
male fox terrier, white body, black on
head: roward. THOMPSON. 103 East 50th.
Tel. Plaia SUL
LOST Union Pacific Railroad Company
Ctommon Stock certificate No. H44C4J0 for
10 shares in tho name "Douglas F. Wolloy."
Notice Is hereby jriven to show cause to the
said Company. 120 Itroadway. Xew York
City, why said certltlcato should not be
cancelled and a new certificate Issued.
LOST AInle Airedale doe, Alonday. 'Jan
uary 2S; $J0 reward return. 8. A. ORVIS,
22 Kruft ave.. nronavllle. X. Y.
LOST Platinum drop, S diamonds. Ho
tel Astor. Broadway to Subway to Grand
Central Station, or crosstown 145th street
car: liberal reward. Return to owner. Apt.
3K. 3Si XVest I Hth.
LOST Turquoise and parl carrlnc In
taxi, Riti-Cnrlton lo West "4th stroct. 2
o'clock nlfiht January 30. Reward. 12S
XX'est 74th at.
LOST Evening January 21, at Belmont
Hotel or itJth Street Theatre beaded bag,
containing visiting rards, small purse,
handkerchief. Liberal, roward If returned
to nwner. 102 W. 75th'st.. Apt. 5a.
LOST Pearl necklace. Saturday. Janu
ary 24th. 3:30 P. AL, Aladlson avenue, be
tween 49th and 50th streets: 1500 reward;
no questions asked. PAYSON, 143 J 35th
St. Tel. Vanderbllt HOJ.
CARPF. To Mr. and Mrs. MARTIN
CARPF (nee Roo Greenberg), 930
Fox st. a ton, STANLEY, January
KRULEWITCIL Tp Mr. and Mrs.
WILLIAM H. KRULE WITCH (neo
Ruth Schxveltzer) of 545 West 161th
st. a son, Januiry 31, 1920. 1
WALLACH. To .Mr. and Mrs. JACQUES
G. WALLACH (nee Eva Dreyfus),
10S Wet 150th st. a baby daughter,
SHIRLEY JOYCE, on January 23,
1920, at the Woman's Hospital.
WEIL To Mr. mil Mrs. GORDON JAY
WEIL (MtxutIio Rfielnauer). 411 1
West It Hit :- :i on, January 2S. j
WALLMANN. Mr. and Mra. J. A.
Wallmann announco the conllrmatlon
of their son, HOWARD, at Mill
Street Temple, Saturday, February 7.
OAHFU.S'KEL WEIL. -Mrs. Hilimah
Well, 1861 7th nv.,.beg to nnnounco
Iho engagement of her daughter, CAIl
1UB, to Mr. MIICAIIL CIAnFUNICBLj
of New York.
fJOLDSTKIN BCIIAAP. Mr. and Mra.
Phurlea Rehnan it MS Ktlt at. Brook
lyn, nnnounco tho betrothal of their,
daughter, FLOIIA HELEN, to All
THUn 8, GOLDSTEIN, son of Mr.
and Mr. E. A. Goldstein of Brook-
Ivn Itnrantlnn threa to six at Hotel
Bossert, Sunday, February 8. No
uAMHiiKT Yitimr ktrintiiaIj. Mr.
and Mrs. Horman J. Stelnthal of 060
West 162d st, New York, nnnounco
tho engagement of their daughter,
EDNA, to Mr. MILTON J. HAMKIl
SLOUGH of Trlndnd, Colorado.
KANTOn FHEiniCH. Mr. and Mrs.
Horman Frelrlch of 540 West 124th
tt, announce the betrothal of their
daughter. HOHTF.NSE, to Mr. JACK
KANTOn. Ilccepton Sunday, Feb
ruary 15, from threo to six P. M at
The Savlgny," 225 Lcftox av. No
LANDAIISICI BERLINER. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Louis Berliner nnd Mr. Solomon
Landarskl announce that tho marrlaga
ceremony of ETTA BEItLlNEIt to
SAM LANDAIISKI will bo held at
tho Homo of Daughters of Israel
of Harlem. 32 East 110th st, Sunday
evening, February 8, 1920, at six
LEVY UOTH.Mr. and Mrs. Charloa
Both of 21U West 0th st. nnnounco
tho engagement of their daughter, JU
LIETTE VIOLET, to Mr. LOUIS
MARTIN LEVY, non of Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Levy of 575 West End av. He
ceptlon at tho Hotel Astor Sunday,
Fiibruary 8, threo to six. No cards.
LKVINE KIBSCHNEn. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Klrschner announce tho be
trothal of their daughter. AUGUSTA,
to HERMAN J. LKVINE. son of Mr.
and Mrs, Morris Levlne ot 7S3 Pros
pect ax-., New York.
LEVINSOHN ATKIN.-t. Mrs. P.. At
kins of 61S West 142d St. nnyoUllMM
tho engagement of her daughter, EL
HIE, to Mr. SANDERS A. LEVIN
SOUS', son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph
Levtnsohn of Englewood, N. J
LUWY BACHENIIEIMER. Mrs. M.
llachenhelmcr (formerly of Columbia,
Pa.) nmiounces tho engagement other
daughter. HAIIA, to Mr. GUS LEWY.
son of Mr. nnd Mrs Sol Lcwy, 823
West End nx-. At home, three to six,
February 1, Wlllard Hotel, 252 West
LOVENSON SHELDON. Mr. Harris
Sheldon of 2341 Mott av Far Rock
away. L. I., announces tho engage
ment of his daughter, HELEN, of 895
West End ax-. Reception February
1. at tho Hotel Martinique, after eight
o'clock P. M. No cards.
MEYERSON HERSHFIELD. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hershtlcld nnnounco the
engagement of their daughter, FLOR
ENCE, to Mr. ABE MEYERSON of
Spartanburg, S, C.
POLLAK OETTNER. Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Gettncr of 12 Convent ax-, an
nounco the engagement of their daugh
ter.' ANNA NINA (Nuna), to JO
SEPH F. POLLAK of Jacksonville,
Fin. Jacksonx-IIlo papers plenso copy.
ROSENSCHEIN EPSTEIN. Mr. and
Mis. Bernard Epstein announce the
engagement of their daughter, MIL
DRED, to NATHAN ROSENSCHEIN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosenscheui.
'Reception February S at Blltmore
Hotel from three to six.
PINE WEINBERG. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Weinberg of Brooklyn wish to an
nounco the engagement of their daugh
ter. SADIE, to ARCHIBALD H. PINE
HEIRS WILHELM. Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Wllhelm of 981 Tark av., an
nounce tho engagement ot their
daughter, REN A, to Mr. JOSEPH M.
R1-5ISS, son of Mr. nnd Sirs. Max
Relwi of Brooklyn. Notlco of recep
RIEGELHAUPT WEISS. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Weiss nnnounco tho en
gagement of their daughter. FANNIE,
to Mr. ABE RIEGELHAUPT at the
Hotel Ansonla January 24, 1S20.
SCHWAGER STREEP. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Louis M. Streep of 555 3d St. Brook
lyn, announce tho engagement of their
daughter, ANNA, to Mr. EMANUEL
SCHWAGER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ga
briel Schxvaeer of Brooklyn. At homo
February 15, threo to six P. M.
SCHWAGER MICHAELIS Mr. nnd
Mrs. Slg. MIchaells. of 216 West 100th
st,, New York city, nnnounco tho en
gagement of their 'daughter, MAH
JOHIE B.. to Mr. ALFRED
SCHWAGER, son of Air. and Mrs.
Gabriel Schwagcr of Brooklyn.
SCHIFFMAN POLATSCHEK. Mr.
and Mrs. K. Polatschek of 93S St.
Nicholas nx announce the engage
ment of their daughter, RAY. to Mr.
SCHWAGER WEITZENKORN. Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Wcltzenkorn of Wilkes
llarre, Pa., announce tho engagement
of their daughter. FANCHON, to Mr.
MORTIMER SCHWAGER, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel Schwager, Brooklyn.
SFRAVREGEN KAISER. Miss
CHARLOTTE I. KAISER, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kaiser, will
he married Sunday. February 1, 1 P.
M.. to Mr. MAURICE SPRAYREOEN
of New York at her home, -39 Mon
mouth Drive, Deal Beach, N. J by
Rnlibl Solomon Foster.
WACHXER FEUERSTEEN. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Benjamin Fcuerstecn of 200 West
119th st. announce the engagement
of their daughter, HANNAH, to AL
VIN J. WACHNER of New York city.
WKINSTEIN LITOWICH. .Mr. and
Mrs, I, Litowlch of 191 2n St.. Troy,
N. Y., announce tho betrothal of their
daughter. SYLVIA BERNICE. e, Mr.
ISADORE J. WEINSTEIN of Troy.
Reception at Hotel Rensselaer, Troy,
February 1. 1920, after eight o'clock.
No cards. Miss Litowlch Is tha grand
daughter ot the lato Habbl and Mrs.
A. Guranowsky of New York city.
BERGER GRAF. Mr. and Mrs. a
Graf announce tho marriage of their
daughter, ETHEL, to Mr. ALFRED
BERGER on January 29, 1920.
GINSBERG LERNER. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles -Lerner announce' the marrlaga
of their daughter. BEATRICE SUN
SHINE, to Mr. ARTHUR GINSBERG
of Montreal and New York at tho Rltz
Carlton on Tuesday, January 13. llfl.
JILLSEN FLANNIOAN CARLOS A.
JILLSEN nnd Mfss ELIZABETH
FLANNIOAN mnrrled at St. Patrick's
Cathedral, Ncxv York city, by Father
Francis A. Fadden, Saturday, Janu
ary SI, 1920.
LEWIS STORIC Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac
Stork of Suffern. N. Y.. announce the
marriage of their daughter, FLOR
ENCE, to Mr. PHILIP H. LEWIS,
x-oungest son of Mrs. Harry Lewis of
New York, on January 23, 1920.
POLAK WAAG. Mr. Mid Mrs. B. H.
Waag announce the marriage of their
daughter, COLETTE, to Mr. E. AV.
PRAOER PRAGBR. Mr. and Mrs.
Iittls PrAger. 560 Wost 144t!i st, nn
nounco the mtrrlage of their daughter,
BLOSSOM, to Mr. THEODORE PRA
GER. January 25. 1920, at Temple
Emanu-EI. Rex-. J. SII---i n oltlcl
SALKINOT BH'MIlEPf JIAR
THA RLUMBERG to MES J.
SALKINOT, on Sunday, January IS,
N. Y. C.
SMITH KRASNOFF. EMMA KRAS
NOFF to AARON SMITH, at the Ho
tel Commodore, January 2S, 1920.
HART, Mr, .rind Mrs. David Hart of
sIVU M VnV 4 III Pt (Miwwimw ..-.
35lh xveddlnic unnlvenrary. Reception
Tuesday, February 3, 8 P. M., at tho .
Savlgnv. 229 Ltmox av. No Cards,
ItOSIlNHWAIHL. Mr, and Mrs.LOUIB
RORKNSWAIHIj of 780 Riverside
rir-l va wltti in nnnniltlM thiIP 80 til
wcddlnir dnnlvcraary Tobruary 2, 1020,
Abrahams. Herman. Marks. Henry
Aldaon, Virginia, Murphy. Evelyn P,
Alexander, O, P.,
Arnold, Slary E.,
Blaiden, Alice K
Boylan, J. A. S
Molter. Wlllas M
McConriell, James II.
McICeo, Mary K.,
McCaul, Margaret J
Nally, Daniel D
Newmnyr, Krnnk H
. Onkes, FredericK,
Brombergcr, Max A.,0'Conor, Rev. J. V. X
Blumcnthal, Nathan.O'Connor, J. F. P.,
qurdlck, Nathan L., Paltrovitcn, h
Burr, Edwin Henry, Pearl, Wm. IS., 2d,
Cahen, Mildred A., Phelps, I. Newton,
Chase, W.H., Pike, Margaret A.,
Do Young, K Qulnn, Sarah Jane,
Dike, Jennlofl., Rossbaoh, Gertrude,
Doollttle, Mary E,, Samoti, lUttle,
Eekhout, B. V flohwart. David,
Eldrldgc, Sophie, BhellaaAgnes J
Eekhout, Bernard VHmlth, Elizabeth J.,
Ewen, Malra U, Smith, Wallaco L.,
Fairfax, Paul, Smith, ElUabelh,
Frledrlch, Anna, Springer, Amelia,
Xfltzgcrald, Mra M., Schonlebon, Ernest J
Fowler, It C. P.,
Kparks, Dora It,
Tnlt, John G
Gould, Emma E.,
Ilenimlng. E, U
Henry, Hiram P.,
Pnrln, Carlos Juan,
Howard. William C.TIemann. E. J
IIowo, William V., Underbill, Elizabeth,
Wullace, A. J
Iino, Caroline A.,
Wananvaker, S, L.,
Ime, Caroltno Allen.Wllklnion, Dorothy,
Ijndon, IjouIs, Wilson, Robert,
Katz, Moses, Wilkinson, Dorothy,
Kranvr, Isack, Wlckware, Moses,
Marble, C. A., Zlnbcrg, Solomon,
ABRAHAMS. On January 29, HER
MAN ABRAHAMS, t hla residence, 148
Java st, Brooklyn. Funeral services
at Templo Beth-El, 110 Noblo st, on
Sunday, February 1, at 2 P. M. In
terment Bnysldo Cemetery.
ALDHON. VIRGINIA. Service Camp
bell Funeral Church, 1970 Bioadway,
Tuesday, ten A. M. Auspices Actors
ALEXANDER At Wcstflcld. N. J.. on
January 30, GUSSIE P. Services at
her Into residence, 510 Summit ax'.,
Wcstfleld, N. J., on February 2, 1920,
at eleven A. M.
ARNOLD MARY E.. widow of David
1). Arnold, ho 78th year of her age,
at the residence of her niece, Mrs,
Charles W. Balch, 25 Belalr road,
Staten Island. Funeral Sunday, March
1, 1919. at half-past six P. M.
BELL. On January 30, EMILY BELL.
Funeral services Stephen Morrltt Bu
rial und Cremation Company. 161 Sth
ax-., corner 18th st Time later.
BENN1T. EDITH, beloved wife of A.
N. Bennlt. Funeral service will be
held at hor lato residence, 923 Sth ax'..
Aabury Park. N. J., Tuesday, Feb
ruary 3, at two P. M. Interment prl-x-ale.
Washington. D. C, papers copj'.
BLACKBURN SAMUEL T,i' on Jan
uary 30, at Miami, Fla.. tn his 67tli
year, bolovcd husband of Llzzlo B.
Blackburn, father of Gladys F. Dlercko.
Funeral from his late residence, 318
Orango road. Montclalr, N. J., Monday,
two thirty P. M. '
BLAODEN. ALICE ELY, wlfo of Ed
xvard S. Blagden, at her residence. 114
E.tst 84th st. Services nt Grace
Church. 9:45 o'clock Monday, Feb
ruary 2. Interment private. Please
BOYLAN. At his residence, 22? East
llfith st, after a short Illness, Thurs
day. January 29. JAMES A. SONNA
BOYLAN, beloved son ot the lato
James and Susan Boylan. Funeral
Jlonday, February 2, 1920, from tin
Church of Our Lady Queen ot,Angols,
East 113th st ut 10 A. M.
B LUM K NT HA L. NAT II AN. Entered
Into rest eternal, after lingering Ill
ness, NATHAN BLUMENTHAL, ngo
81. Funeral Sunday afternoon, 2
o'clock, from his lato residence, 238
West 122d st.
BURD1CK. At Osslnlfig. N. Y January
30, 1920, NATHAN LEONARD, son of
Nathan Lewis' and the lato Lucjmlu
Bedell Burdick, aged 41 years. . Fu
neral service on Tuesday, Fobruary 3,
nt 2:30 o'clock at St. Paul's Church,
BREGMAN. YETTA, belox-cd wlfa of
Jacob and daughter of Mr. and Mm.
Louis Bernian, dfcd In her twenty
third -ear, on Friday, January 30.
Burial from her late residence, 1443
Carroll -t Brooklyn, Sunday after
noon, Fobruary 1, ono P. M., at
HIiOMBERGElt. MAX A.. January 31,
1920, belox-cd husband of Else Brom
bergcr, son of Augusta nnd the lato
Ernest Brombcrger, father of Ruth
Janice Brombcrger nnd brother of Ed
gar Brombcrger. Funeral private and
at oonx-enience of family.
William McKlnley Lodge. Brethren
are requested to attend tho funeral of
our late brother. Max A. Bromberger.
from his late residence. 65 Bay 32d at,
Brooblyn, N. Y.. on Monday, February
2, at ono P. M by order of tho mastor.
JOS. ROTSCHILD, Secy.
EURR. Suddenly, on January SI, 1920,
EDWIN HENRY, son of the late
Stephon H. Burr and bolox'od husband
of Sarah Silver Burr, father of Mar
garet Burr Todd and Eleanor Burr.
Notlco of funeral later.
CAHEN. On January 30. MILDRED A.
(nee Do Haan). belox-ed xvlfo of Louis
W. and devoted daughter of Fannie
nnd the lato Louis Dc Haan. Funeral
from her lato residence, 320 St. Nich
olas av., on Sunday, February 1, at
two P. M.
CHASE. WILLIAM H.. on January 28.
at his residence. 95 Anderson ax-., Port
Richmond, Staten Island. Funeral
services Sunday at three P. M.
EEKHOUT. Lieutenant BERNARD
VANDERBILT EEKOUT, U. S. N.. at
Guantnnamo Aviation Field on Janu
ary 28. Notice f-C funeral hereafter.
DF. YOUNG. On January 30. 1920,
ELIZABETH, wlcow ot Joseph Do
Young. In her 86th year. Funeral
from Meycrs's funeral parlors, 228
Lenox av., Sunday. February 1. ten
A. M. Interment Washington Ceme
tery. Kindly omit floxvera.
DIKE.Suddenly, on Friday afternoon.
January 30, JENNIE S widow of
Camden C. Dike, In her S3d year..
Funeral services at 3 P. M. Sunday at
191 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn. In
terment private, Monday or Tuesday.'
DOOL1TTLE. MARY II.. xvldow of T.
Sanford Doollttle, January 20, 1920,
nt tho residence of A. E. Penlston.
Rldgewood, N. J. Funoral services
win bo held In Klrkpatrlck Chapel,
New Brunswick, N. J., Jlonday at
ELDRIDGB. SOPHIE n. ELDRIDGE.
beloved wife of the Inte Cap:. Joshua
A". Elliott, on January 31. at her lato
residence, 323 Richmond ax-.. Port
Richmond. N. Y. Funeral services
Monday, February 2. at eight P. M.
EWEN. MA1RA LOUISE, on January
51. daughter of the late John Enen
and Malra Louise Ogllvle. Funeral
lervlecs at her lato residence. Febru
ary 2. at three P. M. Kindly omit
FAIRFAX. PAUL, at Vladivostok,
January 7, 1920, of typhus fever. Mr.
Fairfax went overseas with his regi
men' In the spring of 1918, when he
contwteit trrhur fex-er and rifed.
PlTZaiCHAW), January 80, Mrs, MAIN'
RICE FITZGERALD (Aiiastasln Ver
don), native, of Ilnltlnitaddy, County)
Llmorlck, Ireland, xvlfo of Maurlco,
Fitzgerald ; mothor of Maurlco Jr. i
Bentrlco and Margaret, und mint lo
William J. Fitzgerald, hlghxvay con
tractor, and James H, Fitzgerald, do-
tectlve or rjW&,XJl:
neral from her late residence, 819 A est
28th at. Monday. February 2. nt half
pnst nine A. M, to Ht. MIchaol'H
Church, SHli st.. whero a nolemn masa
of reaulem will ba offered for tho re
dosa of her soul.
FOWLER. On Saturday. January 31.
1020, nt her resldcnoe, KATHAHiNK ,
CRUOEH DELAFIELD. wlfo of W, 3.
Qroesbeck Fowler nnd daughter of
T. Hall. Funeral nrlvato
FRIICDHICH. ANNA, on January 30,
Services Tho Funeral Church (Frank
IS. Campbell), Broadway, 60th t.,
Btinday, eight P. M,
GOULD, On January 31, EMMA E
daughter of tho lato Alexander K, and
Mary J, Gould. Funeral services at
her lato residence, 455 Fort Washing
ton av., Monday evening nt 8:15,
HEMMING. Suddenly, nt her homo,
310 West 86th st. January 30. 1920.
EDO EN A BROWN, beloved wlfo of'
Henry Glover Hemming ana sister or
Helon Broxvn Hondcrson. Services
Tho Funeral Church (Campboll Build
Ing), Broadway at 60th st, on Sun
day, Fobruary 1, at txvo P. M. In
IIENIIY.-Frlday morning. January 30.
Colonel 111 RAM P. HENRY, bolovod
husband ot Dr. Anna Locke-Henry, In
tho 76th year of his age. Funeral
nervlcos nt his lata residence, 22 Went
72d r., Sunday, four P. M.
HOWARD. Suddenly, on January 31,
1920, In his 69th year, at his residence,
246 Washington nx'.. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
WILLIAM COLMAN HOWARD, belox-ed
husband of Leila B, Howard and
father of Helen Howard Mnddren and
William Fisher Howard. Services on
Monday, Fobruary 2, at txvelvr o'clock
noon at tho Church of tho Holy Trin
ity, Clinton and Montaguo fits,, Brook
lyn, HOWE. On' January 31, 1920, WILL
IAM FRANCIS, beloved son of Mary
nnd the lato Patrick and beloved hus
band of the lato Kathryn Hoxx-o (nee
Murphy). Funeral from hla late resi
dence, 428 West 160th fit, on Mondny,
February 2, 9:16 A. M. Thenco to St.
Catherine'!! Church, 163d st near Atn
tfterdam av. Mass ton o'clock. Intor
ment St Raymond'a Ccmotcry. Auto
JARF.T. Mrs. PAULINE, 968 Whltlock
ax' 70 years, passed axx-ny January
22. Interment Mount Zlon Cemetcr)'.
KATZ, On Friday, January 30. 1920,
MOSES, beloved son of the late Sam
uel nnd Mary Katz and devoted
brother of Mrs. Fannlo Corbeau and
Isaac Katz. Funoral from his late
home, 185 Prospect Park Weit, Brook
lyn, on Sunday February 1, nt two
o'clock. Intcrmont nt'Machpelah Ccm
oter KOERNER. On Saturday. January 31,
in his 67th year, CHARLES KOER
NER, beloved husband of'ElUabcth M.
Kocrner and father ' of Charles F.
Services on Monday at eight P. M. at
his residence, 82 Rldgewood a'., Cy
press Hills. Funeral Tuesday ten A.
M. Interment Lutheran Cemetery.
KRAMER. ISACK, beloved husband of
Anno Kramer and beloved father of
Max J. Kramer. Tiouls and Charles
Kramer, Minnie Kolrlctcr. Burial will
tako placo Sunday, two o'clock, Wash
ington Cemetery. Please omit floxvers.
Other papers pleasa copy.
LANE. At Flushing, L. I., on January
28, CAROLINE ALLEN, widow ot
William H. Lane, In her 75th year.
LEVI. At Patterson, N. J., on Satur
day. January 31. 1920. LEWIS LEVI.
In his 76th year. Funeral services
on Monday, February 2, at his late
home, 70 Carroll st, Patcrson. at two
LONDON On January 31, 1920. nt
Mobnt Slnal Hospital, LOUIS LON
DON, son of the late Meyer Iiondou,
beloved husband of Annie I,ondon and
dcx-oted father of Dr. Julius, Monte.
Lester nnd Irene Berkowltr.. Funeral
services at his lato homo. 561 Rlver
sldo Drive, New York city, Sunday,
February 1, at ono P. M. Kindly omit
flowers. Chicago and Calumet
(Mich.) papers plcaso copy.
MARBLE. At her residence. Hotel
Brotton Hall, on Thursday. January
29, 1920, CATHARINE ALICE, wife)
of William A. and mother of William
E. Marblo. Funeral prlvato. Kindly
MARKS. Suddenly, on Saturday, Jan
uary 31, 1920, at his home. 22S North
7th st, Newark, N. J., HENRY, bo-lox-ed
husband of Sophia Marks. No
tice of funeral hereafter.
MOLTER. On Saturday, January 31;
1920, WILLAS M., daughter of the
lato William F. and Alice L. Molter.
Funeral services at 895 East 169th st
on' Tuesday evening, Fobruary 3, at
MURPHY. Mrs. EVELYN PHILBIN.
holovoil xvlfe of W. Frank Murphy and
sister of Rex-. Thomas (!. Phllbln, on
January 31, at 62 Seaman n Notice
of funeral hereafter.
McCAUL. MARGARET J.. beloved
daughter of Thomas and tho late Mary
J. McCook. mother of Richard and of
Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis. Funeral services
Sunday evening nt her lato residence,
334 West Thlrty.flfth st.
M'CONNELL. On January 31, 1920,
JAMES H belox-cd brother of Ellen
Jano McConnell. Funeral services at
St. Andrew's Church, 6th nv. and
127th st, on Tuesday, February 3, at
ton A. M. Interment at Woodlaxvn
NHWMAYR. On January 31. 1920. of
pneumonia. FRANK S. NHWMAYR.
at his residence, 35 Hawthorne st,
Flatbush. Funeral services Tuesday.
February 3, at two P. M. Interment
Lutheran. Automobllo cortege.
McKEE. MARY ELIZABETH YON
DER SMITH, xvldow of the lato Cap
tain James Wilson McKco and daugh
ter of the lato Daniel and Anna Yon
der Smith of Lancaster, Pa suddenly
on January 31, 1920, after brief ill
ness. Funeral prlx-ate.
NALLY. On January 25, 1920, DANIEL
B. NALLY, formerly of 125 Overlook
st. Mount Vernon, N. Y beloved
husband of Frances McConvllle Nally.
NEWMAN. On January ,31, ROY. bo-lox-ed
husband of Kate, passed away.
Funeral from his parents' reildencc.
1073 Simpson st, Monday, Fvbruarjr
2. at txvo P. M. Interment Baysldo
Cometerj-. Cleveland papers please
OAKES. Suddenly, on January 31,
1920. FREDERICK OAKES, beloved
husband of Elizabeth Robins. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
O'CONOR. On Saturday. January 31
Rev. JOHN F. X. O'CONOR. S. J of
tho Church of St Ignatius Loyola,
Park av. and 84th st Funeral Tues-,
Mil, ruuiuaij u v ... .... .......
Church of St. Ignatius Loyola. DI
vlno office 8:10 A. M.
O'CONNOR. Rev. J. F. K.. P. J.. on
Katurdai-. January 31, at St. Vincent's
Hospital. Notlco of funeral hereafter.
PALTROVITCH. SOPHIA, in her 76th
year, beloved wlfo of Rex-. Dr. Simon
Paltrovitcn anil mother or Meyer.
Harrj-. Leah Block nnd Sarah Rosen.
Funeral from her late residence, 4
East 120th st. February 1. at two
P. M. Chicago. Pittsburg and Buffalo
papers please copy.
PARIS. CARLOS JUAN, late of Argen
Vien.ihtie nf ..nti.mnni. r.i.nj.
plcaso communicate with Edward F.
Donovan, undertaker. 635 Hudson st.
,.-W funeral services will he held
Sunday. February ll at two P. M. In-
terment Calx-ary Coiaotery. Argentine
papers please cpy
PlIAHL.. -WILLIAM ELLKltv, id, on
Thursday, January 29. nt hlrf rl
donee. 611 West 110th zt, belovfd
husband of llliinrhe Ixjpez HoniHu.i
mid wm of Dyip nnd E. Cnrollnn
Pearl. Funeral Sunday, February .
nt hnlf.pnM two P. M., from tho rest
ilenoo of his parent--, 3 Vet 73d L
PIIIH.PH.-At Stamford, Conn., on
.... jnnuarv ii lfl'n iiov i
NEWTON PHELPS, M, A. Funeral
ktvIccs xx lll bo huld at Ht. John .i
Church, Stamford, Conn,, on Tueudt--afternoon
nt threo o'clock,
PIKE. -January 30. MAROARF.T .
PIKE, widow of Henry Pike, aged 71
years. Funeral services Stephen Me
rltl'a Harlem Chapel, 301 West 120' i
St., on Sunday, half past two P. M.
QUINN, sister of th late Eleanor
Donnelly, at her reeildcnco, 166 ItaM
67th st. Funoral Monday niornhu'.
Requiem Mass at Ht, Vincent Ferrer'
Church nt 7:15, Intcrmont Middle
town, N. V.
ROS3BACII. GERTRUDE, 1812 Arthir
nx,, Ncxv York city, died January If.
HAMETZ. HATTIE, January 81, be
loved daughter of Adolph und Ron-'
Sametz nnd aider of Louis, Herbert
nnd Irving'. Funeral from her latx
resldenco, 620 2d st, Brooklyn, Mon
day, two o'clock.
SCHONLEBON. Ancient Accepter
Scottish Rite, N. M. J, U. a. A
Brethren: You are Invited to atteip-
tho funeral ceremonies of Brother
Ernest J. Schonlebon 32d 'Gram'
Lodge room, M.uonlc Temple, o
Monday at 2 P. M,
WALTER W, GRIFFITH 33d.
Com, In Chief.
James Belknap. 33d', Secretary.
SCHWARTZ. DAVID, ago 63, born
New York City, died January 2'.
Funeral lato residence, 254 Clovelar.it
st, Brooklyn, Sunday, txvo P. M. OmP
flnwora. New Haven, Conn., paper
please copy. Burial Mount Nebon
SHELLAS, On Friday. January 30,
1920. at her residence, 1456 Unlon'sr.,
Brooklyn, AGNES J beloved xvlfo oc
Bartholdl Sheilas and daughter o.
Mary C. and tho Into William J.
Kkelley. Requiem mass at St. Greg
ory's Church, Monday, February 2, at
half past nine A. M. Auto cortege.
SMITH. ELIZABETH J. (Grace), vlfn
ot lato Henry Meeker Smith, on Jan
uary 29. Services The Funeral Church
(Campbell Building), Broadway er
CCtH st, on Monday, February 2,. ar
ten A.M. Interment private.
SMITH, On January 30, 1920, WAL
LACE L father of F. C. Smith nip'
Mrs. Marlon I. Ralney. Funeral ser
vices nt tho residence of, his daughter.
130 Post ax-. (207th t). on Monday
nt txvo o'clock. Interment private.
SPARKS. On Friday, January 30.
DORA R. SPARKS, beloved wlfo of
Robort Sparks, aged 72 years. Fu
neral services In tho chapel of Marhl"
Colleglato Church. 5th ax-, and 29th
st, Monday evening, February 2, scyeu
o'clock. Interment prlx'ate.
SPRINGER. Amelia, on January 31.
1920, nfter lingering lllner, dearly bo
loved sister of Mrs. Eva Stone, Lena
Springer, Samuel J. Ray, Ester and
Mrs. Simon Strauns. Funeral from her
late residence, 121 St. Nicholas ov..
New York. Funeral prl-ate, at con
venience ot family.
STERLING. On January 29. SIDNEY.
Services Stephen Merrltt Chapel, 223
8th ax-., near 21st at, Monday, teveit
TAIT. On January 30. JOHN G. TA1T.
aged 75 years. Funeral services
chapel Stephen Merrltt Burial and
Cremation" Company, 161 Sth av., cor
ner 18th st. Monday ten o'clock. .
TAUBER. ELIAS, 36, son ot Mrs.
Charlotte Langer, January 30. 1920.
Funeral February 1, 1920. at ten A.
M., from his mother's residence, 37
Thatford rt- Brooklyn, N. Y. In
terment Jlontefloro Cemetery, Long
Island We mourn our loss.
TIEMANN. ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE,
wlfo of Benjamin F. Tlcmann anil
daughter of Mary Elizabeth Vonflei
Smith McKeo and tho lato Captain
James Wilson McKec, suddenly. Jan
uary 31. 1920. arter brie illnesj.
UXDERHILL. On January 31. 1920.
ELIZABETH UNDERHILL. Servlcu
Stephen Merrltt Chapel. 223 8th ax'.,
near 21st st. Monday eleven o'clock.
WALLACE. Sfiddcnly, on Thursday,
January 29. 1920. ARTHUR J., bo
lnved husband of, Ella L. Wallaco (pee
Hnrtman). Funeral services will. bo
hold at his late home. 741 Westminster
road. Brooklyn, on Sunday, February
1. at half past three P. M.
WALLINGFORD. Suddenly, December
26, 1919. nt her residence, 238 WeBt
73d St.. HAROLDA AUGUSTA, widow
of the late John A. Walllngford.
WANAMAKER. On Saturday. January
SI. 1920, SARAH L., beloved wife ot
Jllet F. and mother of Charles B. anil
George M. Wanamaker, aged 68 years,
fiervlcea at her late residence, 82-1 1
Cruger a- Bronx. Monday evening,
S:15. White Plains avenue subway
extension to Burke avenuo station,
xvalk ono block east.
WF.ISBRICH January 28, EMMA
WEISBRICH. Funeral services Ste
phen Merrjtt's, Harlem. Chapel. 304
West 12fith st, Sunday, one P. SL
WICK WARE. MOSES, on January 30,
Sen-tee The Funeral Church (Frank
E. Campboll), Broadway and 66th st..
February 1. three P.ar.
WILKINSON. DOROTHY, on January
30. Services The Funeral Church
(Frank E. Campbell). Broadway, 66th
st. February 1. half-past ono P. M.
WILSON. On January 30. ROBERT
WILSON, aged 20. Chapel Stephen
Slerrltt Burial and Cremation Com
panv, 161 Sth av.. corner 18th st '
ZINBERU. Suddenly, on January ,28,
SOLOMON ZINBERO. beloved hus
band of Bess Zlnbcrg (nee Saplro),
father of Leonard, son of Alexander
and Bertha Zlnbcrg, brother of Sam.
Pettier, Mose, Cella, Fanny, Molly nd
Lucy. Funeral notice later.
ADAMSKY.-rln sad and loving memory
of a dear and dcx-otfd mother, RE
BECCA, died January 29, 1900. Rest
HAINES. In ever loving memory of
my darling xvlfe, who passed away
February 1, 1919. Gono but not for
CURTIF.' In sad and loving memory
of our mother. Mary E. Curtlf, who
departed this llfo February l. 1907..
UOC.UE. In loving memory of my
father. HENRY J. HOGUE, who
passed away February 3 ,1918.
K 'HNFELDER In loving memory of
FANNIE koHNFELDEH, died Feb
ruary 5, 1911. Gone but not forgotten.
LYONS.-tIn. loving memory of .SUSIE
CURTIS LYONS, xvho died February
McLOPGHLIN. In loving memory of
Ii OS ETTA KEARNEY McLOUGHLIN.
mother of Lnmont McLoughlln, rtatlvo
of Carndonaph. County Donegal, Ire
land, who died February 6, 1904. Lord
havo mercy on her! May her soul
(est In peace!
sen WAN. FANNIE, died January 19,
1911. Gone but not forgotten.
SOBKL. In memory of ELIAS SOBET.,
who donarted this. life January 27
1913. A loving husband, a devoted
WESTERN.- In loving memory of my
wife (ne! Isabel King) and darllr."
mother of Frank and loving daughter
I of Gordon, wao departed this life Feh
ruiry 1. 1919. .May God rest her -oul.
WOLFF. In sad and loxing memory .of
beloved husband and devoted father.
JULIUS WOLFF, who patseI away
January 28, 1916.
WALU In loving memory of our dear
mother. JOHANNAH F. WALL, who
pn-M-u away F brmry 2. 1917