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A JOLLY PLAY
AT TKE HUDSON "The Shon Shop" i Most Amusing Comedy of the Theatrical World. MR. i MRBANKSM?K1 s \ GOOD BAD At I or James Forbes Put*? ? "Flivver*1 on 1 ij ?U-d Makes Hit. ? i : i i.M?t I l I James ? i ? "? . to he g, humorous - ' a ho The ? . ? - ? clever i- r< ill ture of the I a great deal given : played the rig a ;. and : the ? usual grim and in beam? part a ? ? . to : r. h k ithor. th Mr. .: ming hero- | touch. - ? .,.; v er both admirable .. couple rather down on i.. entir* ce ? . . snd - hhould be y added to ? ? a can bo qu provi ?imend ? is all ?-? MACMONNIES FAILS IN FOUNTAIN DESIGN \:t Commissioi Rejects Plan of I '100 Work to Cio in ( ity Hall Park. .o re ? i archi d the lor a Park. ? ? irgain. hti ?ubmit ? of Euie. a hos ? ' I ? plat. - of watei i ? ?: staut ting ? Karl ? ' B ibbott rablj to t ? It was ?aid inusual for ? would have as of the Art Con Nil \> If GOING ?in TO-DAY. ?? ? ? ? ?'.i ? i...... i .i -, ? ' 1 . ?'? ' .. I ?. . . Il'l -1 I .1 AlDvlk?. . I ?!. | 4 s> ? ?"*?aW Zelda Sears .w Patricia Collinge. j* "The Show Shop"?^?te Hudson NO JURIES FOR MASQUE USHERS SURROGATE FOWLER IN NEW YEAR Says Their I ees i:i Will Contests Are a Waste of County Money. the i. terday, with h new trial term to I on Monday, showed three will CO ready for jury trial, under the new nt into effect on September 1, but there will be no jury in that court to hear the cases Su:' Fowler will ? the trial part of the court in January, and ha I iry and sent word to Tl ? of Jurors, that he w,. i jury. II. in a letter to I missioner that jury ? this insta count-. Although the- new law mikes it man- ! datory on the Surrogate that a jury trial be granted \ quest for such a tl ??f the old code was l< I when ' ivhich . fer cases for tl Court or ti ?? ' ourt in co . ? ? 'i I the with juries, or Is too crowded with i on. Surrogate Fowler hn -vera! I 1 order I, but it is doubtful that any of these will h ? him. H? that f.' ? there were three the ?nd that he would si r?l them to thi i, al- i rt. Soi: Powler said m an pend I i' ?if the ? ? daptability to try jury ? leatioa. To famili ? law "f il d an fibil, ? WALDORF ASTORS MILK BILL A LAW .Measure in Kffect To-day in England and Wale? Modelled After New York Rules. II. Ann ; , ; laws rrow is the ' . ? ? nfon '? ll!' partn i touch with Si ?' matt. ? Of to the qui :ied him whenever ? ? ..??nt. ii? .-. law appliei ? ?'???.. I"-' : . ?vision a pr?. - Miiulur ' MHiMvNN-n.i mi;. [ft !? . ?: ' ?? I'l s ' riiu M Plomb, daughter ??f v i v. ?i :<) l>. I' umb, of i'..' i: H?.'mat.n. ??t N? v ? orh City, III Hi ? mann left thi I II live , ,i Ida Drive, N<* . ?,ik l w , Willette Kcrshaw in Novel En? tertainment by Mrs. William Astor Chauler. As all the little and luir clock? voiced 12 o'clock last night, Willette Kershaw it* ? ogh one of the : Ith St. She was not plaving burglar or anything ? that playing the .New Year in thi William Aator Chan? I* r was entertaining hi Tin-(pu- e -ially i Mi i ( hanler by I was built abolit s 11 rang* .1 b When M ni ied through the wind I came for ?1.1 ' er, played by Arthur el'c all Ol and the?? from the prologue spoken by the old I in explain why: "Our friend? to-right, a modern com ? ?n garments of rid Spain, Now bring those am ilive again." i . . 'ii; mi bove, and all tl Ul tin .. ill the tOP flOOl ? was where the real entertain? ment began. The guests found ..n benches and pillow At en? end was a ?stage representing the oui of the home of an old Spanish painter. I bil daughter, and ?he lis'- ' ' weet 'I h.n h te the picture, sad th? old Spanish poiuter -.I the ? sinter showed him hi - d by Mr. I i of thi ? "Peraeui and Andromeda, .1 the sultan," from the I ? . ind a numb* r of poi I great paint? '..ture. ?? i was play* d bv Lui loor by Waiter Homp deli. Wh- 'how Ifoor, whi Mahometan and had Bl religion forbade Bid he would show his peopl* on in ' i!. She ?as so -,.! that the moi d and tn<ii to stop the perform? and the guests few into un u?. i. .vinjr a grand Then S Cardinal came In and Battled of l he dancei. ha also was art, ? . ? ? ? Ion y lly old Cardii i .? Mi and Mrs. Philip Lh i-rrnore, Mr. Ralph Song* r, Mr. and Mr Howard Cuahing, Misi Emily Bloone, Mr. and Mi Blair, jr.. Mi - R ?' ' ird .'-'evens, Mr. Mrs. Norman Hapgood, Mr. and Mis. .1. Di n* lej Pi nee, Foi bes Mor . baric - v?el moi? . Mr. and Mr - rl Henri, Mi. and Mrs. Archer . Mr. and Mi s. Henry \\ is Miller, Mi ? ' ' 1er, Mr. and hard Aid ' . Mr. and Ham ?'? ? At Tuxedo Park. , do Para, Dec II. The Tun . ? .,. ., the New . Club ,.,,. eu! m K'"-'' USOol N?W V'lir'- festivities were m ;,,,,! ?n add tion ? la' ? l . tionod in I . room. At midnight the punch rough! m ?? ushered loll ?? ''> waging "Auld '.,i Mi Etodmoa Wanamokor, ?ho *!? sp* '? boliday entertained ?rgi part ..,., before thl dance and raaay boo?? i.? ,'?'"'. ?ti-oajheat th? aois b_ the cob \<h<. npene'l their cottage? f<M Dinnen ? ? ffvea n? the rlul Mr. and Mrc Fred? rie 1? l'e> ' Mrs Henry M?. Tllfoi and Mre. On i 1 " " I Van deren l rlee Ji am ? I ? Amoim those who ha?! house pbi a Mi. ai Abbott Ingalla, Joseph Bario 8( ami Mr . H II. R igei . Mr and d Moi t uni"'. M i. aad Richards, Mr aad aad Mr? I'ri ilern I Mr. and Urs P L Barney, laaon Mr. aad Mr J. h li % Blair. HOSPITAL SHOWS GROW St. Luke's in 1914 Trea 2,642 More than in 191 ? . the annual r. i J . i mora t re leelined ? ? ii number department treu 'jr>,'j?'i'? cases, an increase af J.l?"t, I m tl ? h ? h - ?i? p i Woman* ill.il y ? i i ? :'.< '?' the dama tal. ,??? Maceulloch Miller ended ? i:': s. m ai !?? es de I Led h i m witl '.f lllS - bowing the advance m ? his adminii tration. The of ron P. Brown and John B. Pi Henry l?. Bnbet ? r; Hoffman Miller, and William E Curt?a, William ' i I! ?am Fah I \v. Hard, William M. V. Hoff W, Kroch, Charlea Rowland Baas he ':? Dr. Hei A Gordon Norria, Henry .1 Howard Van Amrin Edmund !.. Bayli ? ?' I ? ?? r. -I. Van V< fl tan I lie ami Percy B. Pj ne, 21, #-1 EARL OF ABERDEEI CREATED A MARQU1 British New Year's Honors I Contain! No New Peers I.or St. Aldwyn an Larl. m, Dec. 81. The New Yea as no new : Earl ol ' i, whose i from the Lord Lii af In la funnel :. is rais ?.ink of marums ami an earldi is confi v- inn t Si a i ? ? Michael i : s form Unionist I haneellor of the Excheeju? The 0 Gart? Earl of Derby an?! tl ? 0 loi of ? ,! on liaron Lov rarded I - in recro '??ador a t for the Hi division of Durham, is n pointed s P ? Ham il M. P. for Soadi mg the three new bareae cteen peraons reeeiva the hon rithood. Among thoae knighl are Henry .lohn Newbolt, bi i anthor, and Frank Wal I : Parley and ciifTo ? Commandei of St. M orge Kin?.' George h ed a in decoration which is railed "The Mil 'I i ?? ib ? ?.i at :??n is of si i imperial croara < eat h arm and In the ?entre the lette "? ; I; 1 " ? ? . commis ioned oil ? oi warrant officers In tl army a tune of war are eligible to " tary Cr< all ?li CO 'lais, with tl o "1 he * ? I pai m on whom the new decoration has bee ? i ed. it is all o officially announced that faf tain Grant and Commander Harr, hot of the auxiliary ?'i i inia, hat l ompanions of th I ht \ rendere ? ' ? thai Captai n cruise 8j dnej ? d in a simile manner t'nr th? li. his shin o el Krinlen. 1'i.n. ? i ha 1"? tad Cross o the Bo n Oi dar. The Distinguished Service Order am the D Cross havt i?'?n conferred on a number af nava ' t IV. WOMAN SUES PLAY FIRM Seeks Royalties from Selwyi & Co., for "Under Cover." .. Minne ? ? ' ' !uc?'r< at the t'urt Th< .': injunctioi ? ? ? r thai i 1 ." that it wa m Minneapolis bj s I ? ? ? and Ri ?a with the Air. ' i ? Miaa Danneahaum's play," il n:?.'ht. "I m s er hea in Mr. Sola yn' - ? '? ? i 'l 'ni? i I [iarism. At . in:!'*?'.I I !.ad never read her pl BRITISH LOTTERY WILL OPFN TO-DAY i or Benefit of Wounded and Relatives of Soldiers Will Produce SIO.OOO.uuO. ? Loi ?A go? ?'rnment lot ? ?? wounded -oldiers o(" that which in IMS, when larga I i by this means for th? ' ' .ins of the ter ?r a urge i?rt of the ?entrai ? f liussia. Ihridi ?1 into ? ' ? stions foi i.ri r elaaei r heliave in : ?ri^ the imbei ??! M i"h> buy one-'ifth | fr.im J ? ry will pr 110,000.000 eleai t"r the purpose? ; nai'i' ?. ' JOURNALISTIC AIMS THEME AT LUNCHEON Old Hands Shower Tips on Teachers and Hear Own Work Praised. N. V. PAPERS CALLED FINEST IN WORLD Press Club entertains College Professors at Close of 1 heir Convention Here. New York newspapers wore prai led by the journalism u a* I ei in thi nual conference ?I I ol imbia ?i i \ ork Univi r-it us, arhii h i i di d aen with aa la foi mal I i ..n at the Now i orl Pn l ha praise ?ma I h? r< suit of s scrutiny of popara from all purl rilisod orld. Walter William-, dean of the ?? lournaliam at Missouri Univei i world trip, In which In- i ? dito rial officea, had this to say of Militan papel ? ; " i h.-.' an- cursed with a deadly uni? formity, but en- wonderful ' rhey have excellent style. I do not thin I bI ipil il of our Wi tern papers, but their troatmi - .?ilouai topic1 and 1 1 broad, general interest cannot be sur Johfl M. Ceoney, of Notre Pam. I veraity, "Year papers have more Styl?, but than ours. I Burticu larly lika your broad. ?One treatment of of general later* I ' "In my judgment youi papers an I," added Carl H 1 of th- I 1 "but .- rative than our We tern papei 1." Joseph w. Plei trui ?' hi I BO .." 1 BCd : "I think that all progressive nap-1 ; ?re ?bo i1 X* ir New York papers hold a very high place, but the beat papers throughout the country are very sim? ilar to jours, and print practically the m:nie t.. As luncheon guests of the Press < Hub the Instru? ? nod to In? formal remarks from rai paper men, and h IBM of their I ..pis for the futur? Ol men i d m looms . ' in low an l medicine. I rges Comradeship. Edward P. Howard, president of the Club, spoke of the imp?t 'anee of the spirit of brotherhood and com? radeship that prevailed among the printing craft, "instil into the minds of your pupils," he urged, ";!..? ? ilty and importance ol never Injuring any man's chai pi for the public good." <;. Herbert Dal* y. of The Tribune, 1 ould riot forget : i:v "The soul o!' .1 BI porting page," be aaaerteu. "It la the first thing the young man turn- to. ?ad when be grows op be will continue 1 the papel from fon - Georg? Batsman, of "The Lu Doily Chronicle," many journalists might soot. i rowd the profession t'arl 11. Gets, 01 Montana, who has the distinction of being tl journalism teacher In the country of tin- trouble he had in getting in -oii under way. "Our ule.'i met with very little pathy, and we could not obtain the ? tl v fond? to carry on the work. In th? and we sppo* ? army mid -tatted our school in some old m my tonta, Ei our moving to a bicycle repan At that, the Governor took pity on us and we soon had $1,000 from the state. We BOW have a comfortable home. I am training I cannot give up the idea that the reporter is the importan? factor In thi paper." Ocha Condemn? Act. The feature of the eloaing d on ! eld In New York Unl . Washington Square, ? speech by Adolph Ochs, editor Of "The New York Times," Mr. Ocha itl insisted that journalism was free from naneial or commercial control. "I believe th? law requiring the pub? m of th? ' publication ' ??. and it I thai was ild Mr. ".di--. "? red what i- needed to organi/.c B pub!. businees. The banks in the country are the tource from ?inch :?? ? Bui the b mk verj raily fears the unpleasant comment follow th? publication name ai a a* s ipo| ? ; owner, "Nu man can come into ' York Times' and dictate the po! the paper, and I believe that holds true in other papers." i,.- continued. "I believe that th? SUCCeSS Of Th Times' is due in larga part to th? con? Aden* - tho ontii ? ich man I to help and not to hinder the other " Show Different Mel bod-?. Samuel B. MeClur?, stag? lisher, told bou til h< ? ind of writers he ? and then -et them wrltil ?tories, "live and six months in dill . ,h WI te ottell [Il ' these writers m the prop irai ? ige magasina article. Each ? a small book on the particular subject, and 1 was glad to hove th time spent in preparation BI I?) l wa- assured of results." Dr. Albert Shaw, of ? w of ' the man ' ? Shaw saidi "Ur| write the b* time. Hnve thi ? writ* .... act!y IS tl id if I ? will ? ? Journalism for the com Bg were: Franklin mbi a Uni v* vice-pre-:dent; Hacl. M. Bloin, of extent "?'*-' "' ?'? Melvin L i of Ni W York III I Krank K ? rtin, of M --ouri. It i ' convention at the III .? a time SOnvei l< uni? versity authorities_ S KAM AN J. MAI.l.AIH. Poteteen, N. J.. Doe. SI. S* ?asan J. Mhllaby, 71 years old. a retired New York ? .? the Poterooa Genom] Hos| lie was born m GeneSOO, N. Y , in March, 1*44, sad ?ros asorried la Sau York in 1 hV4. and lived there for twen? ty years. B* ' th? Civil War. l?e was a member of l.afayi "?? I' ? ?; ii, leave? his a If? ?! '? two .-'im < HAK Lbs I." MATTHKWv .rles F. Matthew.-. 14 i.ne . ? heart di?ea*e H? MOV* t?o daughters. 'DANCE THE NEW YEAR IN Brooklyn Debutantes and Friends Crowd Heights Casino Ball, whteh bad been ? l? the din ; tb'ir Oral socii It. I here were niarl hondi . at, and la ? thai nomtx i ? d fur dai ? li ? i if ? for ose a - At midnight the . and when blaii d E. 1 ? I horch, .??red a toasl to th. ? w > ? ir \ ? fet i ippar was than servi ? ?! in th?- di ? 1 Ifmmari ; .- tl ?? Heif Gothrie Shaw, from th.' Hop?. and Mra. 1 I hnrch, jr., from thi ' ?relin ? Clarke, " ' Dew, ' Helen Hinman, M J? nks. Mies ' I oil M in ton, " i six ". i. rd< Dorol ins and alias Edith Shaw. Among tho?sp giving dinners before - Helen Hinman, : ' : eth B IN INDIAN DRESS i WHOOP FOR 1915 Society House Party Has Merry War Dance for New Year at Locust Valley. Locust Valley, r. I. Dee IL I ' Indian dn ??line in the New Tear at th Mr. and M Even the orchestra, br ifl Ind? ian II ballroom has been turned .r.i! a.I. covered w th foli age, and m each corn? room is hark, with a small fire "our ?ides of the room are eov ared With shrubbery and bushes. From the ??? i Indian bis irarnged that the high ? ft appear ver', low. The tre. - af baring grown they are ? :?? of the miniature woods is natural enough to deceive si eep. I i camp tire ? .'us for Indian eo< ? and a large Indian totem pole rises in the centre of the room. The Neu Year will be ushered in by a geaoina war danee. All present will I dance around the totem pole. Amontr the gaoeta from the neighbor jolned with tboaa at the were Mr. ami Mr-. Clifford Brokaw. Mr. and Mrs Henry Bucknall, Mr, and Mra. II. F. Godfrey, Mr. and Mi i. Pi ul D. Cravath, Miss Vera A. H. Cravath, Mr. and Mra. II. I. Hatter man, Mr. and Mis. Roy Rainey, Mr. and Irving Brokaw, Mr, and .Mrs. How? ard Brokaw, Mr, and Mra. Joseph K. Mr. and Mrs. Winslow S. '?? Mr. and Mra. E. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hester, Mr. ami Mrs. An? drew Fletcher, Mi. and Mra. Donald G. Geddes, Mr. and Mr-, Howard Maxwell, .1 Mrs. Howard F. Whitney, Mr. lira. C. I). Bmithera, Mr. and Mra. .ni Mr. and Mr;. Frank N. Donbleday. Time Curtail Rises To-day AFTERNOON. 2:30? au New Playa. ?:30?A MIX-Up. .:;:'tn 8t 2:30?A Pall oi Bilk Btocklni 2:15?Chin-Chin . ' 2:15?1 s. ' 2:00-. ' ' ..Winter G 2:20?I'll'.?mi.' . 2:3C?i .Booth 2:15?11? I!" : . 2 20?1? i i' - to Advertlee.Ci 2:20?Kick In. !; 2:15?!. .Caalna 2-00_Life .Mai I 2-20??n Trial.*'' 2:20?' lui .'? 2:ia?Papa a i larllna. ': 1:00?'Parsifal . .'?'? 2:20?I'olvK.inn . 2:30?Bee-ret Strings.1-"; 2:15?The I - 2:20? Th?- Hawl.M',x 2-i??'il,.- Law <'t tie- Land. ! 2:15?'. . ''? | 2:20?The Lilac Domino.M I 2:15?The Main - I 2:15? Th.- Midnight ?.ul.SI 2:15? Olrl. 2:20?The Phantom Rival? 2:15?Tii. BhOW Shop." 2:00 , 2-00? l he Night 2:20?'!' -m Be<ia. ' 2:15? .' orl 2:cx>? w.us of the World ...Hippodrome 2;i5? . nl.ini AFTERNOON rEATURE FILMS. 2-30?i Walls 12 to 11:30?? linderen ? . 1 2:30?' ; ?there \ It - fcVENING. 8:30? ah New Playa I 1:1??A Mil 'tb st. Uc st.? king . ! 8:15?' ' laiet? 8:00? : ,8:20?1" ? . ' 8:30? ? .: 8:20? ' 8:15?i 8;20? 8:20? ? . 8:15?1 8:00?1. - , 8:00? 8:20?? in Tl ? ? ? ? C un'.l.-r 8:20?' ? . 8,13?. .ng. ? 8:20?! .P???* 8:45?! Thing. 8:20? 8:15? 8:20?Tl e Hawk ... Maxli 8:15_- he Laa I the i 8:15? i ? ' 1. ? . H 8:20?' 8:15? Kitt).Ce ' :15?' 8:15?' Irl . g20?Th? PI antom Rival.i 8:15?Th?? BhOW Bbop.I! 8:15? 1:1a?The sons: or H 8:00?To-nighfa tt..- Night.si 8;20? Twin B?eda . I 815? Under.i .< ort 8:oo? w.us v" the World HUppodroow 8;15? ?'? v ? Amatardam FEATURE FILMS. ? 33?; t aimai Lifo Wa 12 tO 11:30-' . Si 8 33?. ''' Methan.Vitaa*raaa. VAUDEVILLE HOUSES. He ? . . . I BUI LESQUE HOUSES. COl Hibla 3.1S. 3d irraj Hill $100,000 TO AID JEWS IN POLAND Rockefeller Ship Sails for Rotterdam with Food for Belgians. ' 'he r-Iief of Ruseien. Polish ''"?! ' 'ewa who are war ?uf .- . rioted lecutive committee of the American Jewish Relief < ..mmittee. this is la k).| tion to $75,000 previ? ously appropriated, of which $'? ? the Jewish Coloniza \ss.,c;at:on ?t Petrograd for tribution. Th? committee's funa is now $261,067 '.."?. lawhil? a special committee, with Oscar S. Straus at its head, is at work ?i Pi? .ring a ship to take a Cargo of food to Palestine. Detail? are still to be worked out. but it hn decided that the ship will carry aid B_t only to Jewish sufferers m PoleS but the constituencies of the Presbyterian Board of Missions, the Amei iiary Board and ? . .. Th? State Department has advised the committee that the British govern? ment will grant I - Dg relief consignments America to the Hoi] Land on cor 'he distributioi onsul ''".ornan au". not .n any way lnt< ri The ipequa sail* on her secoi MM tons of IS war suffer. ?dation ha? now ? more than $1,000,000 on snip? and Belgians. the Rockefeller commission, having : ? IB . hlghi to the joint s \ menean commission, the B* and the ritiea i f the several eos r.. .i. 1 he COB giving its cons..lernt.on to o'.ii. of war relief in Kurope, and a report Is expected shortly isional Executive Conunit General 2 11 - an? nounced yesterday that it would un ke to translate into Oerman any at to Palestine The : ee has pronibited the BBS of all languages except Turkish, Arabic, Kreuch or German, so the com? mittee's BOU service will make ? eligible for | on. betters mil-' not be more than 800 word? long and be written in Knglish, Yiddish or '. e brow. The conn i announces tiiat it has sent to Palestine $26.141 4J. The third year class, evening divi? sion, of the New York University Law School, sent j>_r> yesterday to the Bel? gian Belief Fund. Tins division .s np of young men who are forced to work during the day and who study law at night. Karl Neuhof, president of the Deutscher Verein, 11-' (entrai Park South, Ian.led yesterday to Alphonse ii. Koolblo, president of U.? ha~*.i: ceiitly held in the "1st Regiment _.r mory. a check for $80,000, to tie used ni mil Hungarian soldiers The verein has about 400 members. The check tin-. ii ?I the bazaar fund to s 123,000. Henry Clews received a cable mes? sage yesterday from Ambassador Page, thanking in in for money raised by the Dollar ? brUtma? fund for H-.e .ins. The-:. of thanks from Lord Bumham, presi? dent of "The l.on.Ion Daily Telegraph" Belgian Shilling Fund. Tiie Amere, n branch of the Prince ? nal Belief Fund an? nounces a ti ..il subscription of $101, The Committee ?I Mercy to tal is :,'i BOO. ?-? OBITUARY. MKS. KMMA C MY INS. Paasaic, N. J., Dec. IX Mrs. Emma < bailout Bivina, of 74 Pork av., this city, a well known suffrage worker and one of Iowa's pioneers. i_ dead at the i,i.me of her -on, i bolfoat Bivms, of Brooklyn. She lived for many . with lui' BOH, Percy BivtuS, at 71 Park av.. th. - B i vins was born in Chillicothe. th her parent-, who were of Revolutionary in her youth, ai spent her young days there among the tduated from with honors. Mi?. Bivins u,ii a n ? --.i..' H.,nal Suffrage Lei gue, the M..t..lay Ai ? ? . Woman's Club. h.-; husband dud years SgO m Iowa. She was eighty ?aine . ears old. CHAKl.tS NLIS. '.la.ii-..n. N. J., I1-.'. ill. .Succumbing in hi - " heart dis? ( ouncilman-eU-ct (liarles Neis dead in bed thi? morning by bis ?rife. He vi.. ? years old an.I bail lived m MadJBOB for the last lie was to be sworn in as a Councilman to-morrow. Mr. Nein was elected as ?? Democrat, which ?In- council a tu- of three '.. ' with th.- Republicans giving Mayor B D. Philhowor, ins brother-in-law, the ? Mi 'in in New foi k He has lived here since 1*7:,. lie 1* ?a ife a...l thre* childrea ? h? funeral will be heel on Saturday afternooa ii Christ I hureb, the rector, tin. Rev. Addieon Wilbur I. Burial will be in fairmount Cemetery, ..mi. MORTIMKK H. KHWMtt?. if , 'lamtop. N Y Dec. .'.! I Moi'un.- B. Edward died bom? m 1 . . utun in 1918 from Biooiih Count '.-? F.iuea'iun and Labor 1 DI WITT -. \ WDI.ItHll.T. : . Inc. 11. De V. . ri?,it, of _l i lau ?ass to-day from pneumonia. Mr. ? . New ?ork. H.- leave? t ? - Mabel Vanderbilt, a ? ..*. Blair Academy. Ufa? : II. gh Scr 'ol. JOHN M'E.YII.1. John Mt-aOttti seventy ye?:s old. ?ear? v>'-.s a foi ? taaoat Queens, .om canee, n the I, i Manbatt in. U born . i Montu i llo, K. Y., _nu fur many vcars was a member of the F.x empt riremen's Association, of Flusn llig, Long l?!ar.d. _ JOliN M. K. HAI SCH. Juhi. .?' '?- Ranch, Slaty?iWO years rday at bis home. .11 , ( oik '?' Point, Long l.dand. many, for more than ? '?uartcr i a century he was in . of the American Hard Rub? ber Company. He leave? a wife, two ; _ona and two daughter?. THE REV. E. J. UAYNES. Po N V.. Dec. II, The Rev. Emery J. Hayncs. D. I)., a widely known Methodist clergyman and for the loot Bvs yean an editorial writer The New York World" and "The New Y'ork Mail," died at his home here late to day after a three months' ill He was ? tired from the active ministry in His orif? and four daughter; ui > ive him. If he's a lucky New Year He'll find his new clothe* among the boys' bargains. -? "1 to-day. RoOaTBf Pi ft Company Three Broadway Stores ?t at at Warren St. 13th St. ?4th It. Hi RIIIBl s'ANFORD MURPHY Puimbar H. ' dward I .-.I. jr., t?. Mi ?a dee Beyea Murphy. \..tl<s-a ?1 nmrriia?? ?art .truth? mnat M ?? ? M*p?anlr<l I., r?i| naln, aI,,j -r|.lrr.. niED. Richard, I D Jenkins. Edgar M Roekhtll, Wa I Kii g, l taaj I Smith, A I . I? W I.arnh? ' r?ber, U McClang, Lea, H0WI80N Beary I., rear admiial. I'. ?ed i, <n Thursday, D* cember 31, in th?? 7*;ti w?r of hi? "Id at .-t Hill ?v.. Yonkers, N. V., un Friday, January 1. at 4 o'clock p. m. Interment at Washington, D. C. I'leaae omit flow? ers. MILITARY ORDER OP THE LOTA] LEGION, Comraandery State of New York Comps - Admirsl Henry L Howison died D.-rember 31. Funeral Friday, Jai uary I, at ht? re? li Locust Hill av., Yon ., at i p. m l'ompanion? will ?t I By order of Pa .. ?eral Edwin Stewart, I' S V retir?,.?, Commander. Brevet Lieutenant Colo? nel William S .-. Vola., kci'ii'r ?er. JENKINS At hit residence, Schentc . N. Y , on Wednesday, December Edgar Marshal, son of the late i Mary Walworth Jenkin?, in the 79th year of his air". Funeral I p. m., at th? hurrh, Schenec Udy. KING?Oa Deeember 31, tou. Fanny I-. Kin^, beluved mother of Mabel Rena, Charles Frederick ami ticorjf? Harry Km??. Relatives ami frisada are rr ?pectfully invited to att-ml funeral ice* on Saturday at 10 a. m_ at her late rei ?. I ? Nicholas av., corner 156th St. Interment W'uodiiiun Cem? | LAMBERT At rVewberypert, Mass, on Wednesday, December SO, Ellen I .. dau(rhtet of the late W lll?am <? lam? ben. Funeral serrins at 104 State st., Newbaryport, on Friday, Jaaeen I, 1915, at noon. lataraseat at Wood lawn, X. Y., Saturday, on arrivai of l?:35 s. m. tram from New Yor?. M*CLUNG On Saturday. December 19, in London, Kn?*land, Lee Mr( lung, a?*?* 44. Services will be held on Monday, January 4, at 10 o'clock a. - ni., in the Chapel <>f St. Thomas'safm < hurch. Fifth av. ami r,H,l at. I'leaiiM emit flower?, The ?ei-vice?. and m^| terment at Rnoxville, Tenn., will^ take place on ?Wednesday, January ? RICHARD On Wednesday, December 30, 1914, at the Hotel Fi?e?, Anto . Dearing Richard, beloved wile of Edwin A Richard. Faaocel ?et vice* at Calvary < hurch, l!l?t at. and Fourth av., Friday, January 1, 191?, at 11 o'clock a. m. ROCKHILL On December ?, at Mono loin, H.waii, William Woodville Reckhill, in bil ?let year. Ser vies at St. Miehaal's Charta, I.itch eld, Conn., at 1-' o'clock n?'<'n on rdny, January I, 1911 Inter ment at the coaveaiea e ?f the SMITH Bnddealr, Deeamher .?". Ad* lanle \\ . daugl late Will Peaa Smith, in her ?it i yeai. Funeral lervicei ipei of th? llirnii'. 11>i*h -*. tad Aauterdaai s.., . Junusrv J, 11 .i. in. TABU <>n Thai ? : it i,i ief ?linen? David S. l ? ? late Will iam C. and Hani rman Tabei. ? i ;.it. ? ae a' ??h ?.t. and Gramarcf Park,ae Saturday, January ?_', at io:;;o a m. - MANHATTAN' AND IHK BROM! BINGEL. ClrW ' Mathilda av., Deeember I ?nsrsl natiee la*.r DREWS, Anastasia. IM Weet 100th st., December 29. Funeral nottoe later. ERNST, Alfred, T02 < ? lumbaa av., D? eamhar 38. Fanerai private, FERGER < athei ine, 319 Eaat :,2d ?' D,!. m'. i .-. agid -??? Fanerai no .ter. KUHNERT, Charlea, 11 ?~ l'nmmoi Health av., December 29, Fanerai lay. PELL ? '" Vineyard Place, D? Fmeral no'ice later. STANTON, 101 Waal 91s? ?t., December H, aged H. Funers! notice later. BROOKLYN BIRD. Kati-? P, 6"7 Keeeieeke . Da ? K! i GE, (?ara. 1710 Fifth as , Decem h. r ' ? raw. MARTIN, Mary F., HM Driggs av., D? i, ac?"l SO. Fanerai to-day. M'i i i ill' i HO Fourtn .1 to-day. (i'( ONNOR, Ph p '? -'? '?'ferliii? ral ^-ds> ?EACOMBK E A 11**? , a?;, i ?.). 1-u?era Jf\ i? ?i KAN, li ? i h I* G "-ne a~ . day .. ni m AU'lBRl 'ST.'.R. Vary. Mewart, D?c?ra ? w. CARROLL Mar:. ? mbei 30. Funeral tai-morrea DAVEY, Vernon L, Easl "?. 1 i to ?not ro\ FERRIC ' Y. 1? :?n K . Fart Ors .f. ' KINKELIN, MarKareth?, Moatelatr, Dacamhir 19, aged 72 Funeral to? morrow. LYNCH, Mary K, Jeraey Clip, Dceeas ber II, aged 63. Fu: ?ral Monday. I.ON'ti ISLAND. BALTHKSf'oFF.l, Preder?k, Wood aged ?<?? Funeral notice l?te?. O'DAY. Ti' .i al ..?? iK I ! m I Citj I I cember '?', ag?.. 67. Fu?era! net'ee later. i t aWBHI THE HOOiHAttA I KMCTKBT. < 2:10 Hi B| ala ?1111 by Troll?/. OfBee. M Kaat ?l.l il N T I If It'a Advert?*45d in ?he Itibunt It'a Guaranteed. See Editorial Page, first Colusaa.