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Mr. Choate's Manifesto
MR (H.'VTF IN 1NOLAND? THE 1. FUMAN TOI'l H? OBLMANI IN >< ' EN(E. IN b?T, IN LITERATI RE?MIL CHOA1TI DIPLOM V? V--THE ?MOTIONVI CONAM DOT! L?PUNI F KM Is WllMIM HI K( HU I i.i>< right. 1P14. b* Okm?- W Bat i ta, Octebei I There SIS fsw llviag Amerlcani ...._ ?ho?? satberlty seaats fea ?ucb Wt** the taglish at Mr. Choa I?, || remembered ?s a great Am' ?de-. ? rbees sblel ?*..** In Englead opened to the I ? ,h mind nsa riews Of America (., . id with delight] a l:i?x ?ho? _*-f?l,B lawyers welcomed at -,-. the profession; a SB kei ' with their best and so ? more than his , ? ir ? commi I - peraonal .,?,. *- Cngl ?hiiHti who is ( Amer 'ould hear lb???*'? nn~ ' he K r.g affection for 1 which year? h ' ;?0 - . .. that "The Tim leader pag ? Intro?! of r I . ? : " \.? ? Murray should annou' ed'ti ces hl I ! ? - - ia an ik has done ? ? .imhiuons s trod of England as P be adc Pit 'm-e into 1 he ?icrman Touch. *tV Pr? feeaor Cramb had a Germ re ie In Mi . I anclpated himself fr? rraany'a int Cramb'a mind h Yttr Germai - German i raters which preceded t ? ,: ly proof of mei otherwi ?he sho ? their mood, thou .??iversal in Englai f.ermany in Sc'enct-. .crainst of Germany . ? ? 7he accumul rt to t i- ? ? " icta. He suid: iw what to do wi . ' - work It the raw materii ?" them whi I ? f value anee ai Erigir.' nm? in \r1. I H you aek 1 r rench or ibout G you ?"ill ? ?? mHd? It 11 - :?! ? : troy Berlin i Louvain, I hot how po; i,erm.?n\ ?n Literature. ? ;ure. An Eng . int their meta ? ? ' ? side o the fteel ' .'e\v, an. *-at th?. ? ? in him v. I rd ther er ? of Germany to i A -, in Lit Mr. ? hoete'a Dtplossacy. Preface tl ? m id of Mr, d not ..s a diplo 1 ike A 1 -ador. It does ? mportant point. H? *a\?: ? the fact that ?kere . nd ami ) ? ? r judg 'he 1.motional ? m?an I???*. I?. "imul JaV' F,-*'h,ch '??? in I the ? auf bs4_?-? 10 natural ??Mas in tagland. It n known j that many of thrni are spies who be eame naturalised in order to pun? their hideous spy trade with Impunity ?t may not be andontood In \ that naturaliaatien la ?ireat Britain is or whs, hardly nior<? than a formality ?as neither Inquhy noi >i* '.'v A 'f? of $-.?;, wn? pm,,i_ papen we thereupon issued, and the Herman np piicant became at ones, ? a Hi I ish subject Now, of course, pieoau me taken, and \.i\ tew petition tor naturalisation ha\e been grantc ?r began. Hu? are the pre war eeturaliaetioaa to bold goo?i with ?pie?, or et en with suspens'. Suc thoi e of Sir Ar thur Cenan Doyle elicit, naturally | I, protest?. Me is described as a ii Com? taaii tance of Gei a ml tiuni I'i? There ave plenty of Britons and Belgians and Frenchmen in dis tross An tha Germana to have pnce donee 1 Hu is charged with publishing in Ameica h war ?tory in which Fut: ?and Ii . v defeated. He npliaa that the Story was pub? lished m England m July, and wu? meant a? a ?ranting againal sub? marines. Hut it appear? Unit II she?! in an American mai .'.a-.. . September 27, 191 i. ?obi ? putts, that 1 know of. Sir Arthur "?is or hi? judgment thai thought to be 1 . , ? he cannot . for death to a. lympathi* s with her an?mi?e, or with their dlatreaaea, Prince Louis and Mr. Churchill. son evident for some time Louis .?f Batten! rg must gO, His loyalty and eapaClt] beyond dispute, bul then was a deep ? ? i ,i ; nan birth was, ai Mr, Churchill bow cali? it, ?n "ineradicable" dill ? England at war with Germany and tha English i.????'. ?;i charge of a German was aomething mon than an ano it was a danger. It threw a kind of sbie'.d over other Germana in positions of responsibility or in positions ot inity. It created distrust. It .??eatcd suspicion. The Frinr? has friends in America, us he has in t. who will ngnt bis depait !?!??. but he had to go: I'he-e an when no penonal considerations can be allowed to weigh against national inter? - o was another reason, un avowad. Frir.ce Louis was the ? be too docile an Inetrumei ; in tha hands of Mr. Churchill. The trwdi ?? Admiralty make tl Lords supreme ir purely naval ton. The First Lord is but a liamentary chief? or oug through whom civil contri? mined, as it ought to be. But Mr. Churchill is a very masterful l ? H?> had become tho Board of Admiralty; alike in eh lie bent Prince . ? I, He pn '. strategy a) sea a? well a? over ad on *hore H ? ? , ..vies. Tha danger i= oh The hi the fighting tour, no or versatile. If there ij lurchill it was ami is, if you be? ll i fron- competent rr.val ties, not P nee rho or? den matten in the North Sea I own liking. succeeds Prince He - ' ? I ty is und Author. He has moul : nd aer? ate to suppo ? ? ? srill contin u ? . ? ? apad* h- >\ntw? rp ? a and j ? Il(' ? ?? b en allowed by I , ?i He went with tness? ttempta ruck by tl ? ? ".er: promoted f Smith and i foi d eondui - m and Major in the ? my." - ?.?-;reti back: "All right. 1 have promoted ? oiporal I ral." a Wi.r Office re anybody els?? of whom .-uc-ii a stor,- could be told or bolievi G. W. s. $455 FOR BRONZE FIGURE Havemeyer Art Sale Passes $100,000 Mark. A ? ? , St the s xth a ' the Have sale, a large throng of bidders and b?. where the - one more si Air'' gui of a young Mine. ? aj i . Williama The flgUl en i ' tief tal. . nid by ' ? with ed rhinoc ? - ? ? mount? ed on . Lung i ? Mertl ?i Monday after ? n the Eui 0] ill be ORIGINAL OF BOOK HERO A BENEDICT "Little Lord Fguntleroy" iiur iH'tl Marries Miss C. I . Buel. i . Buel waa n . ? Vivian Burnett, the original of "Little Lord l a roy," ? ? ? ? " : ] nett? Only m? m* ? ? V. Chi white luma. Ii, who wa ay by Maga? b a gown . rocade ?? ?i a bouq rchi la. . . toria Buel, wl ? g ? i fl n or ushers. . i III Burnett will 'TO AID FRENCH NURSERY Ban-tar Will Bo Held at Del monico's on December 2. A batatar for the benefit of the F>nU Maternelle Fran?ais?? drench Day Noi leryl ??hi he held at Delmonlco'a on ?he afternoon a . . day, Pi'i mu ri ? ii.i ?,. || be anil thrie will be dancing Many of the children in tiie nursery ar.i i-f*t by niothers who nie fotesd '.?' ?vori?, aW mg to enliatmenl "i the huaUands in the Kreuch army The committee. in charge of the ha,aar consists of Mines Albert Leein iky, Andre rridon. Polis Levy, B M. Faive, I H. Hsnsen. 0 G Elllnger, Henri Crsnier, L. t? Robinson, George Barrer?, Lucien Bonheur, G, Oeseeu, B. Bchaart/. K Duprs. N. B Blnohelm? er. Pauli?! Jordan, A. FicrosI, L. Kautf tnnn, R, \'. Franklin, M. MagOO and M. Lang. NO POMP FOR WHITMAN Governor Elect Cuts Display Out of Inauguration. "Mr. Whitman till* me he wants his Inauguration te be as aimpla ai bie," said Mitchell May, Secretan of State, yesterday, who hai charge Of the errang? mi nt i Hi ?aid that and i circumetaneee doei he deeire anj or display." Chief Jud I Of 'he Co Appesli will adminiatei tl The Governor-elect eaw the i number of callen y? terday, bur there ! [e took a b ..roi ride in the il is preaent plans are to ,o South ?7< day night to .-?und Thankegivini end. TWO NEW VOICES IN "LA BOHEME" Puccini's Opera Marked by Two Welcome Addition??. Pure,in and Verdi shared the honors m yeatcrda) at r;,. and fur once Fuccmi cal. comment. Thii la not beeauee the per? formance was better; it perhap v.u. , nor becar. ? ? ' ; it was ?.' two new artists were making their ? w-ho had mad" her d?- ? before ... ind pe? is Ne v v : i'v ai *tietc wi i a Luca I; the other ibeth Schu : he : i it t me ? .ltfht tenor ? of ?talo . from i g t? . ' ne? vera! reare. He ?vas ii - ? r.ou.-?, and ' ? this did not su -ealing the undoubted charm of his Voice tonea, unlike th? ? In add! .ling and with uinard i? the part to ' I of manner ai . exci how '?o u?? with die in. Uiae Schumann sai, muaic better thar. I of a . from beyond the Rhine It' it was ? ? i ny uii ? ? ! mi las a a doliirht, end it was a del . in the I i voice ?? of Mr. Seottl m e of Mr. ? il notice at this period ? : B1 ; Ig "A na" br0U| ht foi - ' * ago, know 1 lroin ? ' : : 11 Aida arid ?' ' t hei failed . LECTURE SERIES AT PEACE SOCIETY John Bassetl Moore, Senator Burton. Sec. Bryan and Prof. ?iddings Speakers A Ml i ral to I . Department, will ?;?? | Pi ' ) ihe Re will b? 'owed on January 28 by Sei B ' : World r the ? ' i 25 !ir, Franklin li i en "Th? '?' ? Worlil of Tick. Fifth av. A ? ce. Ex-Pr? denl tr, and in future . ; ? ? inn. W ENGAGEMEN1 il an? te '. M ISS lion. ? I I SEND US FLOUR, IS BELGIANS' CRY Kansas Responding with 50,000 M?irrels and More to Oo. EACH WAR VICTIM NEEDS 10 OZ. A DAY Cardinal Farley Orders Collec? tion To?'! ty Throughout Dio? cese fur War Relief. Ten ouneea of flour a day per capita is ai! tha Belgian people a?k of Amer? ica. rdh g t, H? C. Hoover, London cha rman ol tue American ? ommiaaioa for luiief in Belgium,with thia amount of flow ai.o m?h reel regotabloa a? remain In the country tin? Belgians can ?.????i ?body and her. Kai sa is i," ng together a reply ? - ?i?.- of 50,000 1 be shipped be i" i?:: in non comb?tante about il w i il -, formar ? i ? 'Tiltil : . , ?' " I - hia eommit ? ? h. econd 60,000 bar? | after ? it was un Inquiry from Mr. Btubba, ock, as ? ? sd* 'i from .-? : the cabla ashing alief Fund re now * million ced j eater day '. total - _' '?.nr)9. of this .- '-1 ? . atad yester? day Sum?? of the largest receipts were JIJBOO irom ;he Bel| an Relief Fund of Fticn, N. Y ; the mi Btbon of tho S'orth Hi, byterian Church at Oenevs. V V . |400; Maria M. Benedieh, S300; nal eonl from "Tha Wate- 128160: Buf? falo Chapter of the Society Daises, 1200; Charlea T. Perry, Sino-, Francis 1100; Vli mi-,.h r I.urhars, tin, I -?. tenth con umal." toa y.ten 1 I ladies ? 'y. of ' : rving B. K agaford, from ? .,.,,! Sa,. ? I i eadway, .... Dernhurg Semis $1..">00. Contributions came in steadily to ?? rday H .unced tha* the I 11. The ?. Of which ? came thri B Fernberg . frai k Al -. ah F The Red Cn off another group ! here iff'? ?SX M rent by th Red Star Line steam heir ultimata w lliam ?h? Draper, of the (feu Jfort ?'ounty branch of the Red Ight that more pursea and sur I be eent aa the i f.i- them. A nt of i .1 and ?nr I ? nty thousand pair? of woollen lupplied bj -" icturing * ompan) ii ng ehildnn in Eui include.1 In tha Fin? land cargo. It ? it the Fed ? much had been ''ir?t it ilarly iffer from ?? ; o live on San Juan Hill an aid, to war. The . ?? had i-, tho Jonaa, II. Sims. irion Baptist Chureh, on West i on'1 bave many Y"i^ ? ? oft .ii the a ? en" than The little darkies hu: . ow, ncconiing to the following: ? - i ti . ? - . . ' ? ? ? ? . \ \ - ? ?v. tributi* >r the I ? etit to I 6th at., or to the Re i ..i ?! for ind those in : l and fath ' I 'a contribu? rom the sale of Ba -'raphi ? muh v i Hi ...i," M. Sd ? ? r ' relief fund Daughtei bi a at 1 . i ? iniqu* i ening. ? ? The d lira. Alb* Sqii.? - ? . 1er. \ Red I a was given ? ....-.-i up ii. ' ' \ ? " t m- mosl ? and ? ? to-day. Brings Red Cross ??7,463. - at the ? ? ai no! need 1 that the collection I McAdoos Off to Georgia. sentara I . U ? BAILEY ART SALE ENI Louis XV Ollt Drawing Ro< Suito Bring? $1,450. The ilnrd and final session of . Hail? y sale of old English furni* and art objects held at the I ' '?? A ntie Art Galleries yesterday breugh total of \\\y\th, Bu?-ing I'm satin i foot up $17,?0r,. The att. | Rood and the bidding brisk throiii out. The highest pm-n of the N-sai $1,4*.0, was paid by K. P. O'Keilly, agent, for a Louis XV gilt draw room suite, with carved frames l with coverings uf Aubiiison Chinoise In rose color. For two fine Adum s table* in setinweod and gold I'euich ga\e $270. ?ither purehas , Included H. S. Harkey, Irving Hroki J. S'orner, Miss .lean Webster, M A.l .. Cob':, Henry C. Hunter, T. Pe ers irnd J. Wine. Fuder the management of the Fi' Avenue Art (?alienes the housi-hold i pointments of Mis. .1. M. Hays's 1; Home, 2? Last 94th st., will be sold the premises on Monday and Tue<il of this week, beg nning at it o'clc each morning The catalogue inclu? fine old mahogany and rosewood fi iilshmenta, rare bird books and a ser of old prints of New York City. YOUTH HEAR ZIMBALIS Russian l3 Soloist at Opcnii Young People's Concert. 'I he S mphony I ?oncerta for \ en . ? ? Hall with a pi gramme introductory to the grouping of instrumenta in the orch? 111!. Then . from t Prahm 1, . ! ? ? .. 1 " Kfu ? 1 Zimbi ? erform? r, the Mi groat beauty of tone and bi Illanco technique. Walter Damrosch in his introducto remarks declared that Lis?'. I rancis" music should brin? to mil "the vision of a great universal 1 l 1 migning throughout the world." Th statement brought forth w.irm I plause from the audience, m ???hich was composed of those nnd the at'e of arm. bearing. DRILL AND TEA AT MYE Washington Society Mak< Army Post Gay. 'I ? , . : W n h i 1. by the hundreds went to Fori a drill and tea ? Navy , \?hile an nur.- ' ? 'own and ed th ' tea e eras gay et th? ?r?' wives ent? preceding ?In- drill, while tee ?? "ten ? i? th maoio " ?iur!< had ' irleaoi - Sydney Burlei Wiley ar I I Mil Mary Graham, d V ' rri?oi Mr-? Mc \ loo, Mrs. Daniel ? '.(i promin? I I nl and reel I? ? ronrise*. The Engineer Be ? I for th dancing st the New '? lard, .... . of te ... ? ? - Ci.; BI ent for th older ? pn en, Mrs Mm De ? - !'? 0 ? ? actin ee host? iama, Miss Miry Loi v Helen Blodgetl and others looked t Th ? in Riding and Huntin ?'lub made Its fil this afternoon. The I j mad from the American I'nivi ri of town, I Bowen, Mies Pasha Allen, Miss Ethe Mai'Mnri y, V. Haven, Walter Tuel - Edward H. F< Bi tieh ai - ? is tempo'..' ? b John ?' . ? Genere ? daughters, Ml Burleeon end M Don Eduai lo 9 mi 1 Minia ' ter from Cl . " recently rail ent hi: 1 credential to the State Depart ?.?.ill soon be preaented to th? 1 President in bis r capacity. DINNER FOR NEWSBOYS Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt Also tc Cheer Newport A. D. T's. rity Tflasrai'ti le TSS TlUWl I port, N"". 21. Mrs. Frederic! W. \ ? will come ? this " tend the si 1 for th? iys and messenger boyi ' give Mrs Van.;' lames Laurens Van Alen ' ekehurst. ' dmond ami R< m,ral and '?'? returned from Mew York to Mi's Katherine Kni ht, i., ..".ter of A.im ral Austin M. Knight, gave a dinner at the Naval 1 I g. Mrs. H a!?o ?m tcrtained. HIPPODROMe'fOLK DANCE Ninth Annual Ball of Employes 01 Bit; Playhouse. The 1 theii ? ' Palm I av. About i,000 pei ? ended SWIFT?ENS-GUT. Red J.i Nov. '.'i \ . i ? ' Mr, and Ml then- .la Mi-? Mildred Jane Enright, be? I ? . - ? ? Macli ' ' after ? re ? . ? ' ' 'Hg m - I? W l>? MhFFV Fas' ' ;. ? of the late aeries ? : : Laura McK " Kei De ' ? HENRY ST. JOYOUS OVER BIG BAZAAR Crowds and Cash Flow Into Seulement to Aid Fund for City's Poor. GIFT DISPLAY DRAWS UPTOWN VISITORS General Store, Oirls In Costume, Dancing and Fairy Tales \ i atures of Show. The Henry Street Settlement is hav? ing a be sai I? ????'? oe ild know it who approached within s bloeh af 101 Henry st.. the house whero the bazaar is hold? for iwarma of children sur lourrd the dobra, and visitors are hailed in imploring tens . : "Plaaao, mlatorl Please, missis! Wonrhcr take me int' th' bazaar?" Inside tke doors it stem? as if all the children of the neigh >rh >"d were there, and their elder :. so It is a regular co.-r jrea of nal Vflaa Lll 'lan I). Wa .1. !.. . tha settle? ment, aald repn in tha thi Lithuaniana, Germana, French, Rus? sian?, Italian i, Japai ase, ' g tea m thin glaa ?? i ? rltlllli ? ! uy a ticKet for five ? ? ? ack?| thing in 'hi? ?ese aoatui i hi?ese girl v.ho is ? ware. The ba/aar, which ? -? foi 'he vur DOM of ir vic? tims on the East S:??.? ... of re SOrvlata and people who have lost their jobs because ol ; sa aaa dei rt??von '?? by the war, was conceived end ? 1 h- the young people of the ment, members of the boys' clubs ? ? ... i?-'.; of the suffering " . ! said, "to know h ir?i winter Now, they : ? .mother buildii v. which wa ? - it when the need of hun . began to rise up and - hit us in the face, they aald, "? . ? ? to help re la wa? ?; and let us hold I d dnl want a bazaar, but iiiposed of ? k." ba eo-oper l In tha ? ? b u t i o i fr i ? ?' ? " Ige . ? i h. with some woven b la At a railway lunch . of tha big ... ; tea and may sit ??-: I and devour "hot Iwichea. But harm room. - Ick evergreen boughs re til ? ? ? ? ? Cind* ell ai - I ttle Red : '? ? ? . ? coal ?? lugha the room. In tl I those who are not i in "-. Id sd afterno* na ninga. the last ; '?'clock until 11. 1 the opening TV/0 SISTERS WED IN PARENTS' HOME Mrs. Dudley Wears Own Bridal (iown at Double Wedding tor Daughters. Ther?? rae a ' ?- and Mr-. ? item >n I . ? Dr. Hi mem Kenyon i, | | I'r. I ? and "i. aid of auchy. Miss Margaret ? M iaa K I who was attired el ta i If n over ? Her bridi maida Dud B inks. . feta, . ? ? hail bouqu* ,-. ? arm PI bridea err ed '?'? hito i valley. a I . Dr. B ? n is i ? Edwai r, and hie : I . ? . . ? I lehn ( . . It'n . ? Bothern Sale Ends. - 3. J \ ? ? Of th? Wilson's Thanksgiving Plans. - Thank il FOSTER COATES' FUNERAL Newspaper Men Pay Honor to Former New York Editor. Newspaper men mourned yesterday for Foster ' oatea, who died luddonl) m A'lanta Tuesday, when the funeral ild In It. Bartholomew's Church, D. av. and 14th li Bl op GlUCr led 'he service, a?s ited by the Re Bidaey ''siher. of Bt Barthoi '??'s. The rhureh was crowded with men bad worked under Mr, <*oates when lie had h*ld editorial place? ? i New York papers. For several year? before h;s destn he had been in the ? is duties taking him I SOT to all cities where Mr. ? opera 1 ' S pnl'hearers were Don C, Belts, \tnor>. Whitney f.yon. Bradford M?*rrill and Hugh K. Murray. Among those In the church were .lohn Temple Gravee, 8. s. Carvalho, James Creel man, Henry L Stoddsrd, R. A Far rslly, Frederick '.ai/.el, Henry F. Gillig, *nsl r end Dr Bt Clair Me Kelwsy, Burial will be in Baltimore. OBITUARY. GIN. JOHN B. FROTHI.M.HAM. Brevet Brigadier Ceners! John Bound Frothingham, seventy five years old, died yesterday morning at his home, 233 Stuyveeant av., Brooklyn. Hi sii ee last March with neurttla, Brirht'i dieeaee developing later. Il" 'vas born ir. ChatieetOWn, Msss I' tared the Civil War wrh tl inteere, serving fo ths. In 1809, on making . ? ? ? r.t. In tu ink of lieutenant-colonel, and in ?iitant adjutar," Brigade. In the same witn the same : He became (?ov? in to sath, tie of ?? wife, Mary J.. and his son. Captain Ed? ward H., " ?? .? The funeral will be held at ..80 o .- in the Louis I egational Church. Lewis av. and Madison st Burial will be on Wednes? day in Groan ?ood. e DHL GEBBHL FiofpJior Kmrl Gerber, head of the Jamaica ? Queens i Coaeorvatory of Music, died or. Friday night I Mary's Hospital, Jamaica, from double pneumonia, after an illness of less than e week ''?erber, a Cerman by birth. era old. if?- eame to th..s ???.' years ago with, his hp. her, Hugo, ?a i r h whom he v in directing musical theatrical shows. For many years he had been active in ?il circles about Jamaica. He I nt various times in opera or . is, and vas for a time connected \?i"h ? ? orcheetra of the Lillian Res? id? "pera ?'ompany. He leaves a children. The Rev. ..11 conduct ih?; morning In Bt. Germai Reformed Church, Jan PROFESSOR GEORGE I . MANNING. '. I . '?'. rd s ae re? ? '' li-.. ', of Park av., th ? ting terday in i her brother, Prof? rge L Man r.ople. who ??as on his ' me to r? lie ha.; be? the Turk.sh capital for the last seven as a teacher of phyeics at Kober' ? Hoir, in ki" s, V II., about fifty SgO, Professor Manning I I descendent of an old Colonial ' He we .. gra lust? of the Mss ? after taught evens li titute, Ho bi'ker:. ? noil. H i leavea hij , m ; , Weet Orange, and hia lid. The body will be . hi re for burial. MRS. PANNT M. irCBEERT. Mrs. Fanny Ni widow of . ..ier of th? ? ? Co., .i ihort illn? Broadway, she was old. born in County line to this coun after her r. ... to Mr. Mc f in 1851. in Baltim? York, where Mi Me< busin? ' rm "! . !.. reery B and Ro ? JOHN ALOYSIUS HAYES. Verona, N. .1 , Nov. 21. John \ ??us ;' morning si 19 S'orth Claremont av. H? rn church tenor singer until ? ago, '.?Hen he Buffered ? rnage Of the throat, \?h:i.'ii rn i n.-.i his voice. He leaves a Wife and lil children. Mr. Hayes ??? born in Fngland. Ile ;is old. !n Kngland er, the Rev. !'i ? clergyman, and Lady Corwin, wife of Sir Austin < orwin, sad Mrs. William | pool. ? OLONEL GEORGE I'. sum KB. 1'-lonel George F. Bel lyei is his daughter, Mrs i, in Law ran? s Pai k, Hronxville. rent ire old He was bom in Germany, and in 1800 eame . . [ht in the War. He ? ? el for brill - rent is i**?;*?* he I . whieh place he for thirty ears, when he He t ?'? ???? ty Club of Wash ''111 is oil. --# JOHN AUC! EPPIG. John Adam K , say, of St. Leoaai I from penumonia si ii ft y 0, and MRS. ???JtY W. M?.l.L. .1. McG h.T r.oi.i ? ? her hu MUS. CATHERINE STERLING. ? sthi ? i..._, .? ? it bei r'i.i.t, Lo Ig : . Bg one 01 ' I o. ? - HENRY WHITE. Henri \?. ;. .- on "The - ' . He 112 Arth ii , . Bronx SLEIGHING AT TUXEDO Many Cottagers Remaining for the Winter Season. 'Br T?'??t?! . T ? T. Tuxedo Park, Nov. .1 Th. recent good sleighing and eeaal ng the par'.t, and ?leigh bells flay Mrs. J }>'d P er'on, lr? n red a* the Cressy cottage fer - < . wick ile sre In ths Vesi cottage. Mr. ? G ??.rue Grant '.!iv,n will keeo eottege open anj spend the wee ends here till after Chri?tm?s. J. J. Mci ?ok and Miss McCook are visiting Mr. and Mri. Charlea B. Alex *?"'-' rholdLe Ray Fdrsr has just returned from England *o her cot? tage. Others who are spending Sunday here are Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Bur rill, Edward ... Tailer, Mr. and Mat George If. Hu!!, ?-'r. and Mrs. Louis J. Pooler, Maur>? B. Roche, Floyd Par? ren, Mrs. S. Btoughton Bell, W. White? wnght Watson, A exander Moore, Mrs. Benry Knowlton, ::r?. H. w. McViekar, Mr?. H. A. Bobbins and others. hied. Bayle*. George J Mci'reery, Fanny M. ? ?i., A. B. eomo,S? A. w, Delavan, T. C. I. ( arrie McL. Lout S ' Parker. Margaret. Lower?, Martha T Traphagen, .4. E. BAl LES?On November 20, 1?U. at his lste residence, Hartford, Conn., ge fames late <"ath 'ieirge Baylea af his age ?i eh, Mad amber 23, at t:S0 p. m. ! Evergreen Cemetery, Morrietown, N. J. BENJAMIN At his homo, Stratford. 1914, Arthur ,tm a, ?beloved beebaed of ? S. Benjamin. Funeral seivices will be held at his ence, r., on Tuesday, No I n' l:M i>. m. DELAVAN A* New Brighten, S'aten i, November '.",, 1014* Tompklna ? ?ose, son of the ?at* Edward C. and Margaretta Bryson Delavea. Notice of funeral here.? I HUNT On Novemncr Vj. in the ?nth fear of her age, Lou:se Livingston, daughter of the late Dr. Thomas Hunt and Ag'.ae Carletoa and great-niece of the late Mr.?. Edward Livingston. bo Church of St. Francis Xavier, West 16th st , Mon ? t o'clock. Interment privat timon papers please copy. LOWERRE On Friday. November 20, after a lingering lllnoss, Martha T. Lowerre, widow of Charles H. Lowerre, in h>-r TSth year. Funeral ? from ' - -ience, IT ? 76th it. Monday, November 23, at 1 |4S p. m. ITCREERY on Saturday. November 2!, at her residence, The Nevada, BOSS Broadway. Fanny M. MeCreery, widow of Jame-, Mci'reery, in the year of her age Notice of fa neral hereafter. OMB Entered late rest, in her ? ear, St M Granite st.. Now ' l"n, Conn, on November 2'), ':-. Ann Wea- r of the la*? ?her of the late .'ames ?Edward Naarcoih M P. of New York Citw< Funeral Monday, November S3, at 2:30 p m. at her ?ate lance. nl?ELL At Mount Vernon, N Y. Fri? day, November CO, 1014. Carrie Me? .. uife of V. S O dell. Funeral .re at her late residence, 2"; Fulton av., Sunday, th?? 221, at 4 o'clock p. m Intense I si Mount Kioto, N. Y., at eonvonienee PARKER At Engtowoed. N. J., Novem? ber 20, 1914, Mttgarei, daughter of H. Melville atid Clara Holman Parker. in her i'th year. Funeral ser from her I I .-? eo, Froaklii I, Monday, November M, at I r m. Interment private. -TAGEN Sarah K., widow of the Henry Cashing; Saturday, No \ ember _H. MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX. BLANKENSHIP, Elmlra, Ml We?t 56th ?I . Novembi r 20, aged 04. Funeral ..-, J p. m. CASEY. John, ?7 West 16th st.. N.i rembi I I ra? to-mor? row, 2 p. m. COSTELLO East 103.1 ?t.. ' . n,.-. i M. Funeral -, 2 p m. HICKE, riugUSt, 101 Avenue A, Novem- ? h. ? 2 Funeral to morrow, 1 1 i a. m. ' LEIST, Adolph, ISIS Third av., No? vember M, aged ?'i. Funeral Tues? day. '_' p. m. NOLAN. Robert, 1420 Boscobe! av., No? vember 10, age i 3.r, Funeral to-day, 1 p. m., at ?1er - WOODWARD, William, 1010 Amster dam ??.., [ aged SI? Funeral to-day, l'i a. m. 8ROOKLTN. ASHFIELD, D maid A . 13-H Pao-* l l November 21, age l I BELLEW, dan.? i, f Bedford av., No? ?' -r 21. Feneral IttS a. m. BURNS, William T. ?31 Betsey ?? . November 20, aged 10. Sei.ices to - - m. EPPIG, John A . 3! Suydam st.. No ? r 20, aged 14. Funeral Tues ? lan, FORTMEYER, W. P . MS Lafayette ar., ober 20 Funeral 'o-monow, I HEBBERD, Hai rj C, no i hauncey at., .?? | 67 r .neral to? day, 2 p. m. MILLER, ?'? ? 'bridge st., No 1 uneral to-morrow, 10 MOOR M0 Manhattan Services as. MURPI iret ? wy st, No ?. fini ? ROBB, !..'!..-... 27 Bli at cer at, Ne vemb 'da;., -I 111. rjLMOWSKI. E 1 ..leral ?i.. WEILBACH1 ? ? 71 Wills ? aged 8 I to-day, I p. m. LONG ISLAND, i I'Hii. George W? Lincoln avM Roae ? ? ? ..... j nierai ? JERSEY, i. $7 Waa . uneral to . : Emery st, Jer A I ? Milton v., Jer i Son mbei 20. Fuaei i ? . Hoboken, November ..1 to-day. '_ p. m. .v V . : 10 I? ii.can av., Jer ? mber If. \. Frederick, 22S Von Home st., . ?>, November My aged di. , , acede|. I i>. m. ON, John, US Harr.son av., Jer . |ty, November II Fu::eral to ? \ BY. Patrick J.. MS Pacific av., ?y. November If, Funeral to morrow, Ham a all. B till im, a? Jersey r?. ? i-day, 8 a in ! I-.MI.I gait * Tiu. wiiuni \? n ? i Mi- i fry ..O-.tj. ~ ' 2) Last !3J tU, N. T.