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ci'fiml Ifnvo Guests nt Tea
Alwnrd the Sinlmd Bd.
,.,. 'ml to Tits flux i.VD .N'ntr Yoix JUaaiu.
Paui IlKACit. Fla.,' March 14, Mr.
nml Mm, John M, I, Rutlier.fiucl entov
mied friends nt tea to-day on bonrd
v'ir boat, the SInbad Ed. Mr, and Mrs.
' ii iri.H Hudson Pope of New Yorlt, who
ircntl' nrrlvcd from Miami, alio enter
tained n company at tea on board their
houseboat, the Bonorn, Mr, Edward T
viti'sbury cave a luncheon nt El Mlrasol
for Mr. William H. Beardsley, Other
su's- s wero Messrs. T. Do Witt Cuyler,
i ;..') go McFadden, Henry Ellsworth
ficn, Frank Pierce Frazer and John
Francis Harris, Dr. Henry Smith
Vntchett and Dr. George Morgan Ward,
I'd. Henry W. Snvaco has arrived from
i ho Nor Hi and has taken possession of
i ,p acht Dorlndn, which he has char
i. ird. Inter ho will co on a lulling: trip
a', mil the keys.
fter n month's sojourn, at tho Ever
I'hib, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
Cnninrtt started last nlsht for their plan
is H.mi In South Carolina, where they will
several weeks before returning to
N w York.
The yacht Murlette, which Mr. William
K underbllt had earlier In the season,
lias been chartered by Messrs. Frederick
I'p linghuysen nnd Joseph It. Dllworth
for ii two weeks' cruise.
, Mr and .Mrs. Edward It. Thomas gave
lumheon at the Bench Club for Miss
. iiilx l Olioate of Xcw York. Mrs. Frank
I ' ft Pruzler, Mrs. James W, Corrlgan
. ,. Mi. Ilyron U Goldsmith were others
. i me luncheons at the club. Dining
."'o last night wcro Mr, and Mrs. Peter
H. Ficllnghuyicn, Messrs. Conde
SfA, (i. Jason Waters and Henry Sells
nan. .Mr. and Mrs. Jay F. Carlisle. Mrs,
,'ol n B. Taylor nnd Mr. Hcyward Cut
tlrc all of whom had large parties,
Messrs. John Kennedy, John Kennedy1,
1 f and Arthur Cushman havo returned
u New York. . ,
DR. DE CESPEDES IN HAVANA.
I ulinn Minister anil AVtfp' Return
f - ,i Cable Dcpatclt to Tur. Scv and New
V iih HrjiAip. Copyright, 1SJJ, by Ttik Srv
imi New Vonit Hnut.D.
Hana,. March 14. Dr. Carlo." Man
ns' de Cespedes, Cuban Minister :j the
iMtpil States, and Mine, de CMpedes
i arrived here from Washington.
Mr Robert Kllas Trcmati and Mrs.
l'tnin, who was Mrs. Vernon C.tctle,
( in Haana and find it "the most
winter city In the world."
Mr. William Boyce Thompson, presl
fit of thr Roostvelt Memorial Assocla
'nr lias asked Tiik Sun and New York
HrKAU) to thank for him the many Cu
bans who have subscribed to the Rooce
velt Memorial Fund.
Arrivals at St. Aucrnstlue.
fip'rtal to Tnx Sr.v and New Tomc Herald.
t Auoustink, Fla., March 14. Mr.
ind Mrs. Huntington W. Jackson ,of
New York arrived to-day at the Pch'ice
r Leon. Capt. Charles W Llttlefleld,
1' S. N, Is passing hlB furlough here
wit.. Mrs. Llttlefleld. Mrs. Charles Hal
Urn Keep of "New York and Buffalo,
with Mr. and Mrs. William It. Keenan,
.'r. of Ixickport, N. Y, have come from
I'alm Beach. Mls Polly Proctor of
N'n York in hero wilh Mrs. James W
Ja-kon and her daughter, Mlsa Elinor
W. Jackson of Boston.
otc From Hot Springs.
nl ( The Sen ad Xrw Yi ck IIebai.b.
t Sraist-, Va., March U.r-Mr?.
. ohn It. Johnson and Mrs. Harold rtum-
f firecn of Greenwich, Conn., have
Arrived at the Homestead Hotel from
Xiw York. Mr. Frank C. Henderson
-rr ved from Roslyn, L. I., to Join Mrs.
Hfnderson, who Is here with her sister,
Mrs- Krederlch Herreshoff. Mrs. Francis
I. Vi'iirren. nccompanled by Mrs. Law
C Phlppp, arrived from Wnshing
At AVhlte Snlphnr Sprlnc.
Fp'na! to Tub Rcn Ao New York Hedai.d.
Whitb Sulphur SPniNos, W. Va,,
Mar.'h 1 1 Arriving from New York to
day were Mrs. Henry Clinton Backus
n I Mrs. James Robert McKee, who will
remain until Easter. Messrs. Edward
i. Sanderson and Itelnhold Warllch ar
red 'or a week's stay. Mr. and Mrs.
'ohn Edwards Harbour and Mr. and Mrs.
.arret A Hobart of Paterson, N. J.,
'avc Joined sojourners here. The Misses
Ruth and EBther Schoellkopf iirrlved
'rom Buffalo and Joined their parents,
Mr and Mrs. J. Frederick Schoellkopf, at
Floucr Shorr to Open To-Day.
W'lfi Gen. John J. Pershing and Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson assisting. New Yark's
mnual flower show will be opened In
'ie Grand Central Palace at 2 o'clock
irs afternoon. Mrs. Wilson by telephone
rom Washington will signal the open
. z n-hllj Gen. Pershing will arrive at
MISS MARJOEIE CROCKER WED.
Bride of Mr. S. V. K. Fnlrbanks,
Secretary to Mr. R. If. Johnson.
Jpfrial to the Scn and New Tonic Herald.
Boston, Mass., March 14. -MIss Mar
ione Crocker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'forqe I'rlel Crocker, 378 Marlboro
rt, and Mr. Sydney Van Kleek Falr
"anks nf London, England, were married
o-day at the home of the bride's parents
h' the Rev. George .1. Prescott. Because
Mr Fairbanks will start soon for Eu--jii
no elaborate arrangements were
ads for the ceremony. He will act as
f'Te'ary to Mr. Robert Underwood .Tohtv
son foe newly appointed Ambassador to
T'al Me is a nephew of Mr. Arthur
''alfbanks, director of the Museum of
Pmcaaed to Federal Attorney.
M'. and Mrs. Jacob Rosenthal of 630
West End avenue announce the engage
ment of their daughter. Miss Gladys
Rosenthal, to Mr. Louis D. Schwartz,
Asflstant United States DUtrict Attor
fy. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Schwartz
t 107 Sixth avenue, Brooklyn. Miss
Rosenthal la a sophomore at Barnard
' olleje Schwartz was graduated
from St. Lawrence University In 1912.
folumbla in 1913 and the Harvard Law
Sr-hnoi in 1315. Their wedding will take
P'ce In the early autumn.
The i.berlln Association of New Yorlt
"in hold its annual reunion on next
atyrdaj night In the Hotel Blltmore.
art ot the entertainment will be a con
by the Women's Glee Clubof Oberlln
Ii recognition of work done among
"ietn b the Visiting Nurso Service of
n Henry Street Settlement the twenty'
t0 Cmn!nvee nf fliA Velirl.hnrionfl
Tf,!,'?Va V!elr. .n.!r
'nni ?u ..erSu",tIngt.,0,
warn the 11,000.000 fund which the
1. it.r.c Xurao Service will start to-day,
Vr Mrs. Michael J. Mulqueen and
1 ' Mjlru-ii have, returned to the
'p lintel after a five weeks'
'Mr. nnil Mrs. Joseph W. Alaop will
return to-day from Aiken, fl. C and
PMS a few dVi with nor mother, Mrs.
Douglaa (Iloblnson, before returning to
weir noma In Avon, Conn.
Mr, Henry T, Bioane will return on
next Friday from Palm Beioh, where he
has passed part of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs: ,1, Wataon Webb are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ambrose
Clark, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Devereux Mil
burn are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. F.
BUIddy von Btade at Aiken.
Miss Adelaide Kip lthlnelander has
cone to Santa Darbaia, Cal, to remain
Mlsa Evelyn Loow has gone to Aiken
rrom Farminkton. Conn,, to join her
parents, Mr. and Mrs, William Qoadby
Mr, and Mr William de Nyse N,
Perlne of New York nnd Pasadena, Cal.,
are in pans.
Mr. Francis Talfourd Keating will
return this week to the Hotel Tlssa
from Plnehursf, N. C, Mrs. Keating re
maining there until after Easter, when
she will Join him here. They will open
their cottage. Chalet Clare, at Spring
Lake, N. J. .about June 1.
Mr. and, Mrs. Frederic B. Jennings will
stiirt for Hot Springs on April 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Louis ftlado will
start for Palm Beach on next Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram O. Work will
return from Europe early In April.
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Drake of
Chicago Iinve gone from tho Hotel Van
derbllt to Hot Springs for a week.
. The Attorney-General and Mrs. A
Mitchell Palmer have ns guests her niece
and nephew, Ml5s Virginia Bartlett and
Mr. Robert Dlxoh Bartlett ot Bu.t!
more. Mrs. Frank Lyon Polk has returned
from Atlantic City, where she had been
with her mother, Mrs. James Potter
of Philadelphia, and has Joined Mr.
Senator and Mrs, Nathaniel B.
had n dinner party laBt nlsht.
Mrs Franklin IC. Lane and Miss
Nancy Lane, who are In New York, will
return to Washington to-morrow.
Col. and Mrs. William "Cary Sanuir
and the Mlssen Mary K. tnd Lllllin
Sanger will Jeave Wafflilnpt'ii for N?v
York In a few days and w:ll start for
London next week. On the.r return to
this country In August the , will go to
their borne, Sangorfleld In Oneida
county, N. Y returning tc Washington
In the autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Cassels gave
a lunc'.-.eop at the Montgomery Courtry
Mrs. Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacn
Is in Washington to address the Smith
Major and Mrs. Gist Blair save an in
formal tea yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lelter have re
turned from Cuba.
Mrs. Charles, S. Bromwell and Mls
Mildred Bromwell had a tea yesterday.
Miss France Ctrpenter. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Carpenter, and
Mr. William Chapln HuntingtorJ re
rently appointed Commercial Attache at
Die United Statea Embassy In Paris,
will be married on April 6 at the home
of ber parentF. Mr. Huntington and
his bride wtlj start toon after the
wedding for his new post.
The maiTUge of Miss Sylvia Howell
to Mr. Charles Ward Cheney will take
place on Wednesday at the home of
tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Dawson HoweTl, 119 Beacon street. Mr.
Cheney Is the eon of Mrs. William Scho
Held, v.lfe of Prof. Schofleld of Harvard
University. Miss Howell Is a member
of the Vincent Club and of the 1914-15
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth S.
Porter to Mr. William S. Parker will
take plac on Thursday In the Arlington
The Argentine Ambassador and Jims
Le Breton will have a dinner to-night
at the embassy In Washington for the
Peruvian Ambassador and Senora de
The Belgian Ambassador and Baroness
de Cartler de Marchienne ore In New
York from Washington to remain a
Senora de Cadderon, wlfa of the Bel
gian Minister, has returned to the lega
tion In Washington from Now York.
Capt. Count Enrico Luierna dl Cam
plglone, once assistant military attache
of the Italian Embassy In Washington
and who Is at the Wardman Park Hotel
there gave a dinner in tho hotel last
night' with the Italian Ambassador and
Baroness Romano Aveizana among his
Senorita. Inez Domlnlcl, sister of the
Venezuelan Minister, will return from
Venezuela next month ana rejoin ur.
Domlnlcl at the legation In Washington.
Senorita Ramona E. Le.'evre, sister of
Senor Don J. h. Lefevre, Charge
d'Aflalres of Panama, has started for
Panama to be a guest of tbe ITesldent
of Panama and Senora de Porraa for
the festtvitlea In connection with the
rlsit of tho Prince of Wales. Bne win
return to the United States in April.
$3,000 FOR DIARY OF
Mrs. Thrale'a Life of Dr.
Johnton Sold in London.
Special CabU Dttpalcf. to Tub Wv and New
Yosx Hesald. Coprrtiht. 1K0, 6tf Tax Sett
ASD JJlW YOUK IlnALD.
Lokdon, March 13 (delayed). Con
tdoriblB Interest was manifested here
this afternoon fn the sale for $3,000 of
"Thrallana. tne tnumate aiary ot .Mrs.
Thrnle, a personal friend of Dr. John
son and known as the "Woman Bos
well." Tho volumes will remain In Eng
land, an English private collector, Mr.
McNeil, being the purchaser. The bid
ding started at $100 and mounted
rapidly by $50 leaps.
The volumes were written In the form
of a diary, with autobiographical frag
ments and som's correspondence. There
are six volumes, containing 1,600 pages.
The origin of the diary Is given In tho
-jt i m
many years since Dr. Johnson
there,n 0,1 ll,t.tIe anac5ot" mln
to my knowledge." -
irs. Thrale took Dr. Johnson's advice
anti bought not one little boob but six
large ones, and filled them all. The vol-
umes have been carefully preserved, be-
ing the property of Mrs. Colman, great-
granddaughter of Mrs. Thrale'a second
Miss Minna Blair
To Be Married to!
Daughter of Mr. aud Mm.
Blontgomory Blair Engaged'
Bpuw tiis 8sn m nsW to 11E.A.D,
Ttr. . . r t. j nif- nnrt
ADiiinuTu.. iiiv-i it, '.
Mrs, Montgomery Blair announce the
engagement or tneir oaugnter, -miss
Minna Ulalr, to Mr, Rldiard O. Holly
day, Jr son of Capt. Richard C, Holly
day, U. S, N., and Mrs. Hollyday,
Miss Blair Is a granddaughter of the
late Montgomery Blair, who wa In Lin
coln's Cabinet, aJid a great grano
daughter of Francis F. Blair, of Andrew
Jackson's "ICMuhen Cablne'." fame. Her
mother, who was Miss Edith Draper,
Is a daughter of the late (Jen. William
F. Drapor, wbo was 'once American
Ambassador to Italy. Miss Blair Is there
fore d cousin of Princess Andrea Bon-
compagnj, who was Miss Margaret
Draper. Her sister l now Mrs, Adolphus
Btaton, wife of Commander Staton,
U, S. N.
Miss Blair made her debut two years
ugo. She Is an officer In the Junior
Leaguo and was an ardent Red Cross
worker throughout the wsr.
Plays at Concert
Symphony Orchestra, Mine.
Tctrnzziiii nnd Titta Ituffo
Also Give Programmes. ,
Leopold Godowsky was the soloist
with tho Philharmonic Orcnestia at the
Sunday concert yesterday (the last but
one) In Carnegie Hall, playing Liszt's A
major piano concerto.
It was the distinguished artist's sec
ond appearance with orchestra hero this
season after a protracted absence from
the concert field. He delivered the con
certo with marvellous tonal llncsse and
a finely polished brilliance of style.
The numbers for orchestra were
Brahms's second symphony, Slbellus's
tono poem, "Flnlandl.t," and Grieg's
"Peer Gynt" suite, No. 1. As usual at
these concerts, all tho scats were sold.
in Aeolian Hall In the afternoon the
New York Symphony Orchestra, Wal
ter Damrosch conductor, repeated the
all Wagner prograrnmo given In Car
negie Hall on last Thursday. Nine
favorite excerpts from the master's
muilo dramas were In the list, Includ
ing the "Tannhauser" bacchanale, the
"Parsifal" prelude and Good Friday
music, with violin solo played by Gus
stave Tinlot, nnd the Ride of the Val
kyis from "The Valkyr."
Friend of Mnslo Meet,
The Society of Friends of Music gave
Its fifth and last concert yesterday after
noon nt the Ritz-Carlton Hotel under
the direction of Artur liodanzky. The
programme comprised Mendelssohn's
overture to his one act lyric drama; "Son
and Stranger," opua 89; his concert aria,
"Infellce," and Schumann's "The Pil
grlmago of the Rose." The singer of
the aria was Miss Frieda Kllnk, con
tralto. Ths Schumann number was performed
by a chorus from the Metropolitan Opera
Company, on orch03tra, and, us soloists,
Miss Marie Sundellus, soprano; Mies
Jeanne Gordon, contralto; Miss Mary
E1IK soprano; Rafaelo Diaz, tenor, and
Carl Schlegel, barytone. The score had
evidently been carefully rehearsed and
It was generally well performed. A set
ting to Horn's fairy tale text, which Is
of llttlo value. Schumann's music, while
containing many passages of real beauty,
bears the general mark of the composer's
work done when his mind was no longer
virile and strong. It was Interesting ai
a novelty and the society dejerves praise
for bringing the composition forward
on this account The audience was one
of the largest yet seen at these concerts.
Miss Katherln Eyman, pianist, gave
her first recital here yesterday after
noon In the Princess Theatre. In her
principal numbers, the A minor varia
tions and fugue by Paderewskl and
Beethoven's Sonata, opus 90, In E minor.
she displayed an admirable schooling In
technic, a good piano tono and much
Intelligence. Her style, now clear and
straightforward, will no doubt ripen
and thereby acquire more coloring. She
playod with a freedom and self-confidence
not often noticed in a young artist
giving a debut recital.
Mmr. Tetrnxzlnl Sins.
Mme. Lulsa Tetrazzinl and Clarence
Whltehlll gave a joint recital at the Hip
podrome yesterday afternoon before a
large audience. After an absence of six
years Mme. Tetrazzinl had beon heard
here once this season In a concert at
the Hippodrome last November. Her
numbers' yesterday comprled "Bel rag-
glo from "Semlrajnldc," a "Grande
Valse" by Venzano and the "Mlgnon"
polonaise. Her voice and stylo did not
reach her former standards, though there
was no little to onjoy In some of her
work. Her colorature display was far
from satisfactory, but her singing gen'
erally seemed to be liked. Mr. Whlte
hlll, with his familiar nne sit, sang a
group of songs and the "Credo" from
Verdi's "Otellp." Pletro Clmara as
sisted at the piano as accompanist for
the artists and by playing a solo. ,
Last night In tho Hippodrome Tltta.
Ruffo, with Miss Anna Fitciu, sopnana,
was heard In a concert which was at
tended by an audience filling the great
auditorium and also 600 seats on the
stage. The famous barytone sang an
air from Massenet's "Le Rol de Lahore,"
a group of songs nnd an air from
"Zaza." Miss Fltzln was heard In the
"Bird Song" from "Pagllaccl" and other
numbers. Together the two singers sang
a duet from Mozart's "Don Giovanni."
"EUGEN 0NYEGIN" AS OPERA.
To lie Sons nt .Metropolitan on
Tchaikowsky's opera "Eugen Onye-
gln," based on Pushkin's poem and one
of the most popular woriis in Russia.
will be presented for the first time in
this country in us operatic rorm on
Wednesday night, March 24, In the 1
Metropolitan Opera House. It will be
the last novelty ot tne season mere. 1
Artur Bodanzky will conduct Ihe per
Miss Claudia Muzlo will sing the part
of XaMna and Giuseppe de Lnca will
havo the title role. The company will
also Misses trances Ingram,.
Giovanni Martlnelll, Adamo Dldur, An
gclo Bada, Mlllo PIcco and Louis d'An
gelo. Coming to Arrange Concern.
Mr. Charles S,
Charles S. Guggenheimer, as I
chairman of the commltt
imlttee In charge of I
the summer concerts which will be given
ln the Lewlaohn Stadium, under the
A 1. r ,, (o T -1 -. -. n. ....
5, t..i..,.. ,.....
ofThe Los Angeles (Cal.) Fhliharmonlo
Orchestra, a tolegram saying: "Am
looking forward with great pleasure to
conducting the summer concerts with
the Now Symphony Orchestra." Mr.
.Rothwoll's season In Los Angeles Is
about ended, and It Is expected he will
come directly to New York to arrango
his summer projramths.
AND NEW YO&K HERALD, MbNDAY, MARCH 15, 1920
MISERY IN DRAMATIC FORM
COMES LABELLED. ,fMUSK"
Now Play at tho Piiuch and
Judy With Misses Garrick
Pl'.NOlI AND JUDt THEA'rnii-"K'r!K"
Drama In three ti, B; Ltonle dt Boiilnr.
Antoinette Mlu Yronne (MtTlck
-irtin itatmna uoujtii unrucp
r... -. . - .
, Vidlm Urineff
II I m Marguerite Hand
Tho Elizabethan refectory known as
the Punch and Judy Theatre was dedi
cated on Saturday night to the first per
formance In English of "Musk," a drama
In three nets, attributed on the pro
gramme to Leonle de floulny.
There wcro various Insinuations from
the experts ns to the original source of
tho drnma, which had Its scenes laid In
''a Scandinavian commercial centre,"
Several countries were accused, including
the Central Empires. It Is In reality of
no Importance from which land It may
have been taken, although nny theatre
must experience a sense of relief at the
separation. Its atmosphere was singu
larly exotic, and, burring tho massive
porcelain stove, the Scandinavian char
acteristics were not marked. Messrs,
Dodgo and Pogany were the producers,
The title seems to have been taken
from tho petrumen used by a woman who
proved to be the evil genius of the char
acters In the story. She was the wife
of a native of the country In which the
drama passed, had a Russian for one ot
her lovers and clung to another native
of tho town Who ruined himself In the
attempt to satisfy her demands for lux
ury. She was French. She wild It und
spoke, moreover, In the plqunnt English
of Miss Yvonne 'Garrh'k, who has never
before slnco her arrival In this country
played In a way to Justify her reputation
as a socletalre of the Comcdln Francalre.
Sho acted the unscrupulous siren with
vivacity and charm. She Is, In splto of
her facility In certain phases of her art,
lacking In repose. But her portrayal of
the avaricious woman was uncommonly
Mlsn Blanche Yurka was ihi tuvTerlng
wife of her victim. The loving fidelity,
the hopefulness and loyalty of the
woman were simply but tellingly Indi
cated. Miss Yurka has none of the
monotonous methods of the "emotional''
actress, but Indlcnted with naturalness
and a breadth of style the unhapplness
of the wife and mother. Henry Mortl
mer, Douglas Garden and Cecil Owen j
Stars of Films
In New Pictures
Charles Hay and Miss Blanche
Sweet Among Them
Acting before the camera, especially
outaldo the stud'o and In front of the
gaping public, generally requires a hat
ful of nerve, despite many lovely out
door scenes, hut Charles Ray In "Alarm
Clock Andy," shown In the Rlvoll Thea
tre yesterday, wins success through
sheer lack of nerve. In this Paramount
Artcmft picture, one of the last which
he acted under the supervision of
Thomas H Jt ce. the youthful star por
travs a diffident motor truck salesman
who Is bashful enough to apologize to a
lamp vOst If he bumps Into It. A pretty i
girl, demurely piayen Dy hub .hiihwih
Fisher, turns tills slae of the alarm
clock Into a modem Aladdin oi oust-
Masquerading through force of cir
cumstances at a seaside resort as the
enVlnnrv exoert In his office, wliom he
secretly admires, the salesman Is geared
up to the epeed of a hero. He obtains a
big order for motor trucks on 'which
the efficiency expert himself had been a
flivver and lands the affections of his
boss' daughter, with the help of a quite
Less attention was paid to the com
edy element of the picture by Miss
Agnes Chrietlne Johnson, tho scenario
writer, than Is usual In a. picture for
Mr. Ray, although Jerome Storm, the
director, 5 arranged several amusing
A wotd of blessing must be said for
"Haunted Spooks," Harold Lloyd's latest
frolic, for It haa something of a spirited
iplotjfcsome of the most diverting suicides
ever attempted on the screen, and al
together Is hilarious enough to cause
even a medium to cease fur the time be
ing to take ghosts seriously. Victor
Herbert's "Irhm Rhapsody1' was played
by the orchestra, and Emanuel List,
bass, Bang "When the Boll In the Light
house Rings" befdre a remarkably ef
fective scenic background,
Frntnre nt thr Strand.
"Dangerous Days" at the Strand is in
terestlng 'not merely because It. Is a
drama fllccked with thrills but because
this Eminent Authors production of Mrs.
Mary Roberts Rlnehart's tale deals with
Industrial strife. It concentrates largely
on- the self-sacrificing devotion between
a father and his son, s that one is re
lieved of much of the customary tension
of watching a pair of young things ro
mancing around. Some of Mrs. Rlne
hart's humor has escaped into the film,
which was directed by Reginald Barker
and acted by Miss Barbara Castleton.
Lawson Butt, Miss Clarissa Selwynne
and Rowland Leo at the top of their
Harold Lloyd's latest, selections by
Eldora Stanford and the Russian Cathe
dral Quartet and an overture were also
on the programme.
'Irish Week" nt Capitol.
The chief, appeal of ihe Capitol pro
gramme for "Irish Week" consists in
granting home rule to the Emerald Isle
vocally. A genuine Gaelic Fels, called
"A, Bit of Blarney," was given enter
tainingly, with the Gold Medal Dancers,
led by Llan Fitzglbbon, tripping It In the
name of St. Patrick, and solos by Mrs.
Eileen Curran, who sang Gaelic In Its
own accent for the first time In the mem-
0ry of the oldest film fan. Miss Lily
Meagher sang Celtic melodies charm.
Ingly. Irish tunes handed down from as
far back as the eighth century were ro
vlved by the singing ensemble, and a
band of pipers blow an Improvement on
,h. uri.vtnr nf mihwuv train.
r., i,ti... xtv r
Carter," adapted from Jacques Futrelle a
novol. Is secondary, for although Maurice
Tourneur has given It a fairly satisfying
production, with Wyndham Standing and
Miss Sylvia Brcamer ln the chief roles.
it Is not nearly so thrilling as Assistant
nutrirt Attorney Jim Smith's dallv ros
.in about the vlca trust.
Mil Street' Nerr Itolr.
At Mosss Broadway, Miss Blanche
dory by Bayard Veiller. does some
plotting as a business woman.,ln which
she schemes to outwit her masculine
antagonist even It she has to kidnap and
At the Rlalto "Huckleberry Finn" re-
turned to renew one's prido In Mark
Twain and the Mississippi as American
Miss Blanche Yurka,
were some of tho competent actors con
cerned In the piny.
Tho play contains twner which nip in
teresting ns un example of three star im
ported gloom. Tho Heltfsh nnd con
scienceless husband who beepmes a
forger for the sake of his mistress, the
blindly trusting wife, the son who kills
himself because of his father's lost honor
these are highly characteristic flsures
In a straight away, heartfelt attempt to
bo us miserable bb possible. There is no
kittenish elTort nt any emotion so trivial
ns comody might aroupe. "Musk" alms
at the tear duct. In this respect nlone
was the play direct.
To quote the French woman who was
no better than she might have been, Its
view of life was "so complicated." In
these words the lady may be said to bave
spoken, as It were,
a mouthful' nnoui
Harris and Berlin
To Build Theath
New Theatrical Firm Will
Have House for Musical
Sam !!. Harris und IrvliiK Berlin have
formed themselves Into a theatrical com
bination nnd are preparing for bte busi
ness. They have purchased the prop
erty at 239 to 247 West Forty-fifth
street from L. and A. Plncus and M. L.
stone, who bid It In at the recent
ion ui A3iur rcaiiy, uuu wui uuiiu
a theatie cn It.
Messrs. Harris and Berlin will take
possession May 1 and Immediately af
terward begin the erecting of the thc
ntre. the name of which Is to be The
Music Box. As the name implies, the
house will be devoted entirely to the
production of musical plays, the first of
whlch m n muSCai m-!ew by Mr
Mesurs. Harris and Berlin yesterday
said they hffled to provide Now York
with its most beautiful playhouse and
that the interior decorations of The
Mimic Box would be In harmony With Its
CHANGE IN UNIVERSAL FILM.
Meat. I.armntle nnd Cochrane to
Bnr Ont P. A. I'onen.
Control of the UnlverV.il Film Manu
facturing Company Is to bo unified in
Its president, Carl Laemmle, and Its vlce
rreaident, R. H. Cochrane. They will
purchase the holdings of P. A. Powers,
now treasurer of the company and Its
largest stockholder next to Mr. Laemmle.
Messrs. Laemmle and Cochrane have
an option on Mr. Powers's stock. It has
a month to run, but It was said yester
day that they had decided to acquire
tho stdck in n day or two. No changes
are to be made In the personnel of the
organization except that Mr. Powers
will retire as treasurer. Mr. Powers
cxplalnd that his other business Inter
ests had assumed such proportions that
he delred to be relieved of his duties
with the Universal.
Concrrt by Liberty Churns.
Advanced Unit No. 1 of the People's
Liberty Choi us will give Its second for
mal concert ln Carnegie Hall on the
night of March 26, under Its conductor,
L. Camlllerl, and with the assistance of
an orchestra of sixty men of the New
Symphony Orchestra. The unit consists
of 300 singers, the pick of n chorus of
more than 2,000 voire.- Mr. Camlllerl
has Included In his programme 'The
Heavens Are Helling," from Haydn's
"Creation" : Sir Arthur Sullivan's lulla
by, "Oh. Hush, Thee, My Baby," and
such popular numbers as "The Min
strel Boy" and "Drink to Mc Only with
Thine Eyes." The orchestra will play
four numbers. Including the ovirtute to
N'otea From the The.K:'p.
"Peggy's Secret," a comedy with mu
sic, was played by amateurs under the
direction of Mrs. Mark Emanuel ln the
ballroom of tho Placa Hotel on last
Saturday night for the benefit of the
fund for blind and crippled children.
Miss Helen Keller was present and
spoke. Carl Laemmlo had made a mo
tion picture of the last scene, and as an
encore this was shown on a screen, the
players singing their parts off stage.
Theodore Deltrich, known as a pro
ducer of motion pictures. Is to become a
producer for the stage. He has In re
hearsal a farce comedy called "Oh,
Henry," written by Bide Dudley. The
play will be produced In Far Rockaway
on March 2C and will be brought into
New York about the middle of April.
The company contains Dallas Welford,
William Roselle, Miss Florence Car
rctte. Miss Eva Condon arid others.
So many things are happening In the
Russian Isba company at the Lexing
ton Theatre that the press agent cont
take even a Sunday off. Yesterday lie
was called upon to announce the en
gagement of Miss Ada Serbskaye, a
singer, to Lieut. Alexander Chlmorln.
a Russian, who fought In the French
army and came to tho United States '
after the armistice was s hmed. Thev
were friends In Mosco. five years ago.
Another announcement that of the '
of a gypsy singing sextet with her In It. '
Lee Shubert yesterday completed the I
cast for "A Week-End Marriage," a
comedy by Owen Davis. It includes
Misses Fay Wallace. Marjorle Gateson
and Katharine La Salle, Robert Ober,
Miss Maude Granger, Miss Emily Alden,
Heyward C.lnn, Charles Gotthold and
Uuy Nlchol j
One of tho Best Known Jurists
in tho State of Now
H0KN IN TIIIS'OtTY IN 105
Studied Law at Columbia, Was
District Attorney; Supremo
Court in 101.
Justice Eugene A. Phllbln of Ilia Ap-
1 pellate Division, First Departmentof the
Supreme Court, died yesterday afternoon
In his home at g.1 West Fifty-second
street, following an Illness of only five
days. He was stricken with pneumonia
Tuesday, but news of his Illness had not
become generally known,
One of the best known Jurist In the
State, Justice Phllbln was elected to the
Supreme Court bench In 1913. ' Before
that time he had surved ns District At
torney In this city and as a member of
the Stato Board of Charities. Ho was
prominent soclully and was well known
In Roman Catholic Church circles for
.his charitable work.
' ln commenunt on justice A-uuumo
',,,. ,UHHce rraVfr.M red ho aid
not doubt it was partly the tesuit tu me
contlnement and unremitting pressure of
the large volume of work being handled
by tho Appellate Division. Justice Phll
bln was appointed to the Appellate Divi
sion In May, 1919, by Gov. Smith. His
term would have expired In 1927.
Born In this city sixty-two years ago,
Justice Phllbln received his early school
ing In the public schools and then at
tended tno College of St Francis Xavler,
He studied law at Columbia University,
graduating In 1885. Immediately there
after he began acthe practice of law
and In 1913, when he was elected to the
bench, was senior member of tho firm of
Phllbln, Beekman, Menken & Qrlscom.
In 1899 and 1900 Justice Phllbln was
a member of the State Board of Char
I'.fps. At the expiration of tho latter
ytnr he was appointed District Attorney
In' this city by Gov. Roosevelt. The ap
pointment came during the latter part
of Theodore Roosevelt's administration,
tV. Asa Bird Gardiner, under whose
leadership the ofllce of the District At
torney had become Involved ln many
illoputcs, was removed from office sud
denly In December, 1900. JitBtlce Phll
bln wan named ns suddenly for the
no't. and his appointment caused a po
litical sensation, he being a Democrat
i.r.d the Governor who appointed him a
Republican. In the early part of 1901
he was appointed to the commission that
had been organized to conduct an In
cstlgatlon of conditions at Ellis Island.
During a part of the time he served ns
i member of the Now York State Board
Justice Phllbln was a member of the
Now York Statu Har Association, the
Association of the Bar of New York
City, the Charity Organization Society,
St. Vincent de Paul Society, the Friend
ly Pons of St. Patrick, the Irish Indus
trial Society of America and many other
professional, religious and charitable or-
l;ani!,aMon8, Among his clubs were the
City. Merchants', Country and
At the Phllbln home last night it was
learned the funeral will take place to
morrow morning nt 11 o'clock. At that
time a solemn high mats of requiem will
be sung at St. Patrick's Cathedral. In
terment will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Justice Phllbln leaves his wife, Mrs,
Jennie Holladay Phllbln ; one duughter,
Mrs. Ambrose Wetmore, and four sons
Stephen H Ewlng R., J. Holladay and
Gtrald G. Phllbln.
EX-SENATOR BLAIR '
DIES OF INFIRMITIES
Author of Temperance, Pen
sion and Other Laws.
Washinotos, March 14. Henry W.
Blair of New Hampshire, formerly a
United States Senator, died here to-day.
He was 85 years old and tho cause of
his death was reported as the infirmities
of age. His son, James B. Blair, Is an
attorney in this city.
Mr. Blair was born In Campion, N. H.,
and was admitted to the bar of that
State ln 1859. In the civil war he liad
served as lieutenant-colonel ;of the Fif
teenth New Hampshire Volunteers. En
tering Republican politics In 1866, Mr.
Blair was elected to the Legislature of
his Stato and In the following year he
was sent to the Senate. He was qlected
to the Forty-fourth. Forty-fifth and Fifty-third
Congresses and to tho United
States Senate ln 1879. He remained in
the Senate until 1891.
In 1891 Mr. Blair was appointed and
confirmed as Minister to China. He
had spoken frequently and forcibly
against Chinese Immigration., nnd for
that reason the Chinese Government
protested hta appointment. He resigned
the post while the matter still was un
der discussion. Ho was tho author of
bills establishing the United Statea La
bor Department and of temperance,
financial and ienslon legislation. He
had written many books and pamphlets
DIES AT BENEFIT CONCERT.
Jniuea II. Crnrrford, Retired
Broker, 1 Stricken Sai'-denly.
James Hartshorne Crawford, a re
tired insuranco broker, died suddenly
yesterday In his home at 57 West
Ninety-third street just after he had
greeted the guests at a conceit given
there for the benefit ot the University
of Lille. He had been In good health
up to a few minutes before he was
Mr. Crawford was found In his room
by his sister. Miss Rebecca Cra.wford.
Dr. Israel Strauss of 16 West Fifty
ninth street said he believed death had
been caused by heart disease. Mr.
Crawford was 70 years old.
PERSHING'S RESCUER DIES.
Angnita Parker Sared 11 1 in
Utica, March 14. Mrs. Augusta A.
Parker, who saved Gen. Pershing from
drowning when he was a young Lieuten
ant at Fortress Monroe, Virginia, died
at her honfe In Rome to-night.
It was while, her husband, tbe late
Artl tpq,ii. !fnrv P.lrV,r VFaw a Mn4n,
at the Artillery School there In the '70s.
.. .. .... .,, '
who had become unconscious while in
BWimmlng. sinking, went Into tho water
su ond , Vermont Wreck.
.,, ,r 1 n,
Bw-tows Falls, M.. March 14.-S X
persons were killed and several severely
Injured to-day in a collision between the
Boston and Montreal Express and a
freight train on the Rutland Railroad.
The dead Include members of the train
crews and one passcnisr.
EGBURT E. WOODBURY
. DWS m JAMESTOWN
Former Attorney - Oenerdl
Hod Been III Three Years.
Jamkitow.v, N. Y March 14. Eg
hurt E. Woodbury, formerly Stato At-(ornoy-aeneral,
died at Ills home here
yesterday after an Illness of three years.
Mr, Woodbury was successively a Justice
ot the Pes oo of this town, Surrogate of
Chautauqua county, Stato Tax Commis
sioner nnd Attorney-General.
Mr. Woodbury was graduated from the
Chamberlain Institute, at Randolph, N.
Y, and practised law In Jamestown for
several years. Between-the time ha was
State Tax Commissioner and his first i
election as Attorney-General, In J914, ho
was counsel for the New York Telophone
Company, He was reelected Attorney
General In 1916 and his Illness forced him
.to resign tho following year.
Mr, Woodbury's opinion giving tne
Nw York soldiers at the Mexican border
In 1916 the right to vote attracted wide
attention, nnd also his opinion support
ing Comptroller Travis In his refusal to
audit Panama-Paclflo Exposition Junket
bills, which was overruled by the courts.
MISH HENRIETTA M. SCHWAB.
Mies Henrietta Margaretta Schwab,
66 years old, died of pneumonia yester
day In her homo, 119 Wast Fifty-fifth
street, after nn Illness of a week. Miss
Schwab was bom In Brooklyn August
19, 1864, nnd was educated ln prlvato
schools, Her father was Gustave Schwab,
who was member of the firm of H.
Oelrichs & Co., Importers. Miss Schwab
leaves two sisters and two brothers.
Funeral services wlll.be held to-morrow
afternoon In the Chuich of the Holy
Joseph Walker, 76 years old, who wai
connected with tho fur department ot
Arnold, Constable & Co. for many years,
died Friday in his home, 209 West Ninety-seventh
street. Mr. Walker was a
membor of the Forest Lako Club of Pike
county, Pennsylvania. He leaves three
daughters. Funeral services will be held
tl)ls Uternrtoti In the Church of tho In
tercession, Broadway and 153th street
Interment will bo in Trinity Cemetery.
EISNBR.-To Mr. nnd Mri. Albert Els
ner (nee Maud Bernstein), 670 West
172d St., a daughter, Evelyn, on Sat
urday, March 13, im, at Lloyd's
RINGLEIN. Mr. and Mrs. George M.
Rlnglein announce the bar mltzvah
of their son, Arthur, Saturday,
March 20, 10 A. M., at Temple Beth
El, 110 Noble St., Brooklyn. .At
home Sunday, March 21, 953 Lari
SELZ WEINGARTEN. Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Selz announce the marriage
of their daughter, Nanette, to Mr.
Melville D. Welngarten on Sunday,
Au.h&!iibtld, A. C.
Campbell, M. F.
Clem, James S.
Collins, William F.
Drfner, W. 11. C.
Duffy, Francis C.
Fltz Gerald, C. M.
Gregory, Sarah W.
Grim. James O.
Halght, Edmund F.
Hastings, Lionel S.
Hicks, C. M.
Janseen, Mable G.
Loewentl.il, JI. M.
Montayne, Bl L,
Morgan, William II.
Mott. Sarah W.
Qtiinby, C. J.
Robins, T. H,
Rusher, Mary D.
Schwab, H. M.
Starr, Charles C.
Welner. Leopold S,
ARCHAINBAUD. Alice Chautard, be
loved wife of Emlle and mother of
George Archainbaud, on March 13.
Services at The Funeral Church
(Campbell Building), Broadway,
66th st., Monday, March 15, at 11
BENSON. At Montclalr, N. J., Sunday,
March 14, 1920, Sophronla, widow of
Charles W. Benson, in her 80th year.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CAFFEY. On Friday, March 12, 1920.
Katherlne, beloved wife ot Howard
Caffey and mother of Mrs. Lillian
H. Smith. Funeral' services nt her
late residence, Forest Hills, L. I.,
Monday afternoon, 2 o'clock: Mem
bers of Laurel Chapter. No. 41, O.
E. S., and Puritan Lodge, No. 339
F. nnd A. M Invited.
CAMPBELL. Mary F beloved wjfe ot
George W. Campbell of Great Neck,
L. I. Requiem mass at Corpus
Christ! Church, Hasbrouck Height!
N. J., Tuesday, 10 A. M.
CLEM. On Sunday, March 14, 1920,
James ti husband of Sarah Clem,
age 79 years. Services at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas An
gell, 27 Whlttlesly av. (Hyde Park).
East Orange, N. J.. Tuesday, March
16. at 3:30 P. M. Interment in
COLLINS.--On Saturday, March 13, at
liis residence, 409 East 122d St.,
William F. Collins, beloved husband
of Catherine C. Collins. Funeral
from his Ute residence on Tuesday,
March 16, at 9:30 A. M.; thence to
Church bf Holy Rosary. East 119th
st.. .where a requiem mass will be
said for the repose of his soul. In
COSTLEY. At Eaat Orange. N. .1 . Sun
day, March 14, 1920, John, husband
of Catherine Costley, In his 43d
year, i Services at his late home, 74
Beech t., Tuesday evenliw. March
16, at S o'clock. Trains leave D.,
I,. & W., Hoboken. 7:30' P. M. for
East Orange station.
DRAPER. On Sunday. March 14, 1920,
William II. C Draper, beloved son
of Ernest G. nnd Mary Childs Dra
per, In his 7th year. Funeral pri
vate, at 61 Prospect Park West, on
DUFFY. On March 12, 1920, at 066
Prospect place. Brooklyn, Francis
C, aged C, only son of Frank and
Violetta Duffy. , Funeral private.
P1TZ GERALD. Catherine M., on Sat
tirdayAat G P. M., at her resi
dence, ol9 West 101st st. Funeral
on Tuesday, at 10 A. M., thence to
the Church of the Blessed Sacra
ment. 71st st. and Broadway, where
n solemn mass of requiem will be
offered for the reposo of her soul
nt 10 :00. Automobile cortege. In
terment private. Kindly omit flow
eis. FRANK. Frances Frank (nco Veith).
beloved wife of Frank J. Frank nnd
devoted mother of Emily Frank.
March 13, 1920. Funeral from her
late residence. 764 3d av., on Mon
day, March 15, at 9:43 A. M.; thence
to St. Boniface's Church, East 47th
st, where n high requiem mas3 will
bo offered for the repose of her soul.
Interment St. John's Cemetery.
I GREGORY. Suddenly. Sarah wife
I of Henry S. Gregory, at her resi-
uftnee, l . cm t -u nv. 1 uiicirti nti-
vlce at St. Thomas's Chapel, 63d st.
and oth av., on Monday morning at
10:30. Interment at convenient of
GRIM. On March 18, at Tils residence,
J85 Merrick road, Roekvllle Centra,
L. I., James OiM, beloved hus-.
band of Anna Best and 'n of the
late Charles F.'and Mary A. Orlm.
Funeral from fit.. Agnes'a Church,
Tuesday, March 1, at 0 A. M.
HAIGIIT Edmund Frost, Sunday,
March 14, at his residence, BS0 West
1,18th st. Notice of funeral here
after. HASTINGS. Lionel B., beloved hus
band of Frahces J. Hoetlngs and
dearly loved father of MarJorla
Lopcr. Hastings. Bervfcoe at tamp
bell's Funeral Church, Broadway nt
C6th St., on Monday,' March 15, 1920,
at 10 A. M. English and Jamaica
(West Indies) papers piease copy.
HENRY. David, on March 13, beloved
husband of Ella B. Henry, Funeral
services at his late residence, 325
East 123d St.. Monday evonlng,
March 15. at 8:30 o'clock.
HICKS. At St. George, S. I March
1 1' t ft Irt r -nrlArwi nt TMm
M. Hicks, Notice of funeral later.
JANSSEN. At New nochelle, N. T,
March 13, 1920, Mablo a., ueiovea
wife of Harry W. Janssen and
daughter of the late George, M. nnd
Mary Qulmby, Funeral service at
St. Paul's Church, Mayflower av ,
New Rochelle, on Tuesday, 2l80 P
M. Interment at convenience of
family. Carmel, (N. Y.) papers
please copy, '
KERR. On Friday. March 12, Margaret
. . 4 I - At
Kerr, nee Hoyinn, neioveo. wue m
the late James Kerr and mother of
John ond Lieut, James F, Kerr
and Daniel A. Kerr and Detective.
Charles L. Kerr. Funeral from her
late residence, 627 7th av., on Tues
day, March 16, nt 9:30 A. M thence
to St. Patrlck'fl Cathedral, whew a
i"i'emn requiem mass will be of
fered for tho repose of her soui
KUTZ Caroline, widow of Abraiw
beloved mother of Rose, Milton u'i
Maurice. Notice of funeral to-morrow.
tniviVRMTitAr. j-llr H. Murrav. of 341
1st st., Brooklyn, died very sudden'y
Saturday night. Funeral service will
be held at 2 .30 P. M. Tuesday from
his late home.
MANDEL. March 14, In her 48th year
Hattle. beloved niother of Herbert
and devoted elster of DaVId S .
Clarlbel and Austin R. Funeral
from her Ute residence, 57 East
95th st., Tuesday, March 16, 10
MEURER. On Saturday, March 13
1920, at his residence, 126 West
91th, New York city, Albert Meurer.
in his 72d year, husband of Ade
laide C. Funeral services at Trin
ity Chapel, 25th St., west of Broad-o
way, on Tuesday morning, March 16,
jt 10:30 o'clock. Intermont at
MONTANYE. On March 14, at her 1 evi
dence, 210 Waverley place, Bertha L.
Monlanye, beloved member of the
Henry Street Settlement and daugh
ter of tho late Wm. II. and Eliza
beth Montanye. Funeral service
will b held on Tuesday, March 16.
at 11 A. M., at the Church ot the
Ascension, 5th av. and 10th st.
MOORE. On March 13, 1920, Anna
Moore, in her 86th year. Funeral
from the residence of Mrs. tfeorge
Moore, at Fanwood, N. J., on Tues
day. March 16, at 2 P. M.
MORGAN. Suddenly, at his home, 317
North Fullerton av., Montclalr, N.
J Friday. March 12. 1920. William
Henry Morgan, husband of Mary B.
Morgan and son of William Morgan.
Funeral services will be held at
Gospel Hall, corner Manhattan and
Summit avs., Jersey City Heights.
vMonday evening at 8 o'clock.
MOTT On March 13, 1920, nt 270 West
End av., Sarah Wilson, daughter of
the lato John D. and Mary J. Wil
son. Services private. Kindly omit
NOBLE. March 13, Frederick, age 71
years. Chapel Stephen Mettltt
Burial atid Cremation Company, 161
8th av.. corner 18th st.
PITT. Mabel (nee Mabel Farson), age
41, on March 14. Funeral TueBday,
March 1, at 2 P. M., from 36 Klpgs
land av Elmhurst, N. Y. Bos
ton papers please copy.
QUINBY. Suddenly at White Plains.
N. Y., March 13, Charles J. Qulnby,
in his 89th year. Funeral service
will be held at his late residence,
Post road and Sound View av., .011
Tuesday at 3 P. M. f Kindly omit
REIS. Nannette, widow ot Leopold and
devoted mother of Sol, Gus, Jack,
Mannle and Mrs. Adela Samllow.
Funeral from the chapel of Saul A.
Rothschild. 153 West 12.0th St., on
Monday, March 15, 2 P. M.
ROBINS On October 13. 1919. T. 11.
Robins, formerly of 21 Garrick st ,
London, late '629 Park av., N. T.
city. . -
RUSHER. Mary D daughter of the
late George and Maria 'C. Rusher,
suddenly, at her residence. Hotel
La Salle. Services at SL Barthol
omew's Chapel, Park av. and 50th
st., Mopday, March 15. at 10 A. M.
Funeral private. Please omit flower.
SCHWAB. Henrietta Margaretta.
daughter of the late Gustav and
Catherine Elizabeth von Pest
Schwab, at her refldence, 119 West
35th st.. New York, of pneumonia,
March 14, 1920. Service at the
Church ' of the Holy Communion,
20th st. and 6th av., Tuesday, ilarch
16, at 11 A. M. It is requested that
no flowers be sent.
SMITH. Annie, wife ot the late Adam
Smith. Funeral service's at the resi
dence of her daughter, Mrs. Andrew
Galloway. 846 7th av., Monday.
March 13. at 2 P. M. Glasgow
(Scotland) papers please copy.
STARR. At Hollls. N. Y., March. H.
1920. Charles Cornwall Starr-, age
38 years. Funeral at residence,
28 Maxwebber av., Hollls, Tuesday
evening, at 8 o'clock.
STEETS. .On March 12, alter a linger
ing Illness, Catherine Steets (nee
Kraft), aged 67 years, beloved wlfrt
of Louis Steets. Funeral from her
late residence, 492 9th av., on Tue,i-.
day, March 16, at 3 A. M.,;
thence to St. John the Baptbt
Church. West 30th St.. between 7tlt
and 8th avs.. where a. requiem
mass will be" read for the repose of
her soul. Member of the Ladles Aid
Society of Lenox Hill Hospital and
Independent Ladles Society.
THORNTON. Elizabeth, nee Barney,
wifo of James. Body will lie In
State at J. Wlnterbottom & Son
Company's main and home office
chapel, at 75 West 47th st. ' Mass
at 10 A. M. at St. Malachl's Church,
243 West 49th St.. between 7th and
8th avs.,. Tuesday, March 16. In
terment St. Raymond's Cemetery
WALKER. Joseph, on March 12, 1920.
nt his residence, 209 West 97th st.
Funeral services at the Church of
the Intercceilon, Broadway and
135th st, Monday, at 2:30 o'clock.
WBINJ3R. Leopold S., suddenly, at
Miami, Fla., beloved husband of
Cjrrle. nee Haas, and father 'of
Mildred, Leopold. Notice of funeral
FORSYTH. ln loring memory of our
mother. Mary Forsyth, who entered
Into the joy ot her Lord March 15,
1912. "In the morn that angel face
shall smile which we have loved and