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L_??-_ ? He whom rec;' Win 1- \ SOCIAI IM ? n the ' ? '1 v ' ' ... ? "I v. ? [ want you 1 ? el ay. led. - and Wl . AND EXPIRE ? n by I'he fi in and innr ' ' ' ? "Pel la, 1 thai ? ? "la ? ? ? ? r-d i ..... T} < Q v 1 he I Ol of ' '?' MCC. ? ffeatiC V Why, to distribute the lab it r. A. | $15,000 STRAD IS SHOWN . Opponent!? to i ? Kan \ tallas scon flnor ? ' Mi?ch? ? while 1 ? ? boa i da in? on to ?' ;n mad* ! \ ? ? ? AUSTRIAN PRINCE TO WED AMERICAN, DEFYING ROYALTY I mbassy Tried to Break Up R<>. mince 01 Miss Hritton and Hohenlohe Schillingsfursl ? I rar-old I . Hohen ? f Mr. their mar? ? the < i? of the er, who tS 'ronp in the - ? n it mis.?- -ornia. ? r, Tonly Si ng no m before i of the ' ? ? the pre i small * red has decided. so Ole an ?. com ? .'i r a - ? ? ? Aus mged 1 n pro HALSEY SAIE NETS $107.426 Third Division ni liare Print Coller dersea Galleries 1 dlvi? r ;k R. Hi Of the 1 a rgs sa last : to be ' ! .' ? ? . , 1770, ?nette r iloet. i man? ?i i leher do ? i ? ? ? ? _ MOE MEN IN BUSINESS Prend of University's Gradeases '? . tri.in the Profi ? Gradaates of that an r nf Yale men are en ami commercial pur ? | ' oa, In liona The I ? . .radu ? I .i | ? i ? I ? al and ( In Law gaii I i nee Furniture Sale ? ai drap ... >. .... mo1 ; ns vil ijecembcr 14 tv* 16, lnclusiie. I MRS. SEDGWICK GIVES LUNCHEON Miss Alice Wainwrighta of Rye. Is (iuest of Honor at Sherry's MRS. R. \\. GILBERT IS DINNER HOSTESS Holds Theatre Party, Dance and Supper for (ieraldine ( . Hall ;i luncheon diehard Tighe W Home . MiSS 1 lr;<-H Miss Kath Brine " Hoadley, Marion . i I Theodo \usrufta ? lartha 1 raoeei . :.' I riaiiR1 ' '???;.. V" 1 " Aver, . ? ' ' ? ? I '..?.-? | ? ? were Misi Charlotte Gaye v' Misi Anne Gilbert, Mary Prances Gilbert. Miss Lo Benja . d Cammai ? Mr. i " ' rht Shi ?? I I from I - of Mrs. Henry 1 ? ? ? ? Km-. tie di ' ' the affair, took part He was asi istt d bj min, from the French Theatre; neerts ne of Paris; Mme. Burain Bar . Beatrice Wood. ?' ers of the oi a ?r? Mr?. Henry Ive? Cobb, president; Mr? Jen lents; Mrs. .la" ? I! urer, and " lc. Sli md for thi? ?eason of Alber? The artiste were Mm* Frances Alda, Martinelli l Friday Erenii | Dai and be cok' nueil HI rj 16, and, us In for ?rill ge to ? .lance? aro Percy R. Pyne, 2d, i:;chard ' ' Navarro, Hon jr., und William W. an. Mi?, (?'orpc Daponl Pratt pave the ' .' ? Mun _ iii^ht ?' ' ? lunch' bw at Shen Mr. " fifth SI .':ta Barbara, CaL, for Jana ' ich. Thry have with them tl M ?? Kleanor Mortimer give a ro rr-rtir- I .. I ? reduce her ette Jenning . ! Portel ?? r. on Sato I arch. ?rill trive a r house in \ will 0. B SHAW BIOGRAPHY SOLD Inscribed V?lasse by (?. K. < hesterton Urines * 10 at .SCtsaSI The ? ' Part J of ;? neteentl cen ? ~ry of Jam?s polls, was ? Anderson Gal | 10 for 'l life an la leaf. SI hv II I s flyleaf ? ^e author's peoadoi I I ; - ' I 'lie this aft^rn. Asks for Christmas G ? ??tor ' * k| J ? 11 1 ?i the ? ? of tin? two placet, ,v them are from poor families, who ran Mit du mach for I on Christi . i ? ? Funeral of William S Orrrii ft ? ear ? ork, a forme oner of hi?-?t Orange , '.. lersey Mason i sjhl .. ' i-th Walan.'-, Esst i 'lange, :. J. ("ADMAN I.KAVES THURSDAY I'lra to War Depart merit Fella to Wir. Bsteaelee el < baplala'a Pariaagh The Rev. Di be ? ; I If will '. foi n, Tm , 1 ?.plain, j ? a, and sines th- j ? |.. sn ? ge. to members ? ouch ! I .- d at | midn . re W. Bruih, I \ '?! Bui rail and R, Fiero boarded . ; rda they all : "Hai" i ? order? n H te 11 tond furlough " CORNELL FUND GAINS $50.000 Campaign to Ralee Jioo.noo AaaealUj I? He Continued in Other < itie?*. Th* of ? uriiell alumni to ; fundI for New h .1 amas G. . hairman, di Vork alumi ' sabneribi Uui othei ? m See YorV ;. s basis to con til 'he I $100,1. ? com? mittee . ? n dinner at the . <lub rrid inscription eomm I ? : t as beqtu .' l?n alumni. ? PIER PLAN FOUGHT BY WEST SIDERS Dyckman Street Project Protested Before City Commissioners and property owner? ? -day at a ! rum '' miss;..'. t'om pany for s lease ef 100,000 -m tai I ; ? i kman m the i line inshore to pay three fur a term t renewal of of ten ycai , ant for eriods. The com? pany is to All m the land under water ' ? Ht It? 0\V!1 t'\ that would be d and impn ...d, Park < ommiasioner of Manhatl in, opposed the granting of the lid be rhted idering He pi ted o il that I ?? eondemnlnf land for tha i-iwood Turk Hill ' bleh woul I the i 000, and that th ? ?tion would be menaced ? Eugene Blumenthal, representing I i ., railed attention that 1 properl i <iues .. ?.ro[i erty which the New York "'entra! ?? ynars ago for that the general petitioning ? ..ulii permit II to <'??' h gen? eral race business in ill and ? treel Owners' Asse |ton Heights I pposed ?A<m 1.1 - si (1 residen? tial disl ? tee, eeni iting of Pn of the iraberlaia ?:. a. ? ? SKATING COSTUMES ON VIEW Members of Hippodrome Ballet Wear GUdlas/a < reaUoaa at Kxhibit toting i w e i e . fa.-h.'.' ' G d? ? ?. at the Biltmore lee Gar of I be Hippodroi ? ? si ted ? models sad exhibit* i al ? tames ar..l sting. All the urnished b> Gidding - KU^n pollerur? wore one of the ? ? . i, a sapphire blue samad in taupe i ? Bal Jei -ey pr?domin?t' .I 'i i th liberal tnmminp? ft Lapin arid noterai fare. A ?aln.on colored jersey 'With Timed in ta li ree typical cos. PR0F. PETER V. HUYSS00N Fermer Head el Dwlgat School for Bogs l?i<-- from Heart |H*eaMe ?'i 'er \ iser of lan i ed resteras] from heart ?? at the home of hij dai. Mrs, Paol P. Raadel. 10 Part Place, ge, N. .1. Funers! senrieos Will be bi Id to-morrow afternoon. >. ? grad late,j tgeri College in 1171, ai ?aught la | vai later a M i'kham ?ny In Conni ar.d subse y became profeeaor of Latin and ? . y n. was owner ami | I ?? Dwight School for : ettgi Me re He had lived in ? pears r ef 'he New Kngland I that city; of Longfellow ..rid of th? in Church of Orange. i two broth? ers survive htm. GEORGE L RIVES STRICKEN Confined to Home FeilowtagJ \ttack of Paraljrsts i??'t Jui> iieorge I.. Rtvee, ex-Corporation I ounsel ?nd long active in tadaetl al , has had to to A ? trday, as the rain'v?:? la*t ; |. lined -??, a'. . it, and his .??lithe?. i His i ? ved ?ome what tnr.ee July. In' it || ?aid that he can sever again activai) sagen ef the projects vraies aneo *.;iri| yi[t days. The enpasrenier t ef hi? da'ifhfrr. ? > 1 rederics M. <?"d *iu a*a anuvimccd rvcentijr. OPPRESSED SEEK AMERICA'S AID Conference to Plan Inter? national Policy for De? pendent Peoples Opens ALLIES ASSAILED BY POLAND'S FRIENDS Speakers Voice Appeals for Albanians, Armenians and War Victims Washington, Hep. n. Canses of the ?? si lous European peoples ? . try pew? r were cham I to-day by speaker* before the Conference of <ippre?.?.?,i or Dependent Nations I he avowed purpose of thecor.ferenre ; SI "?lopmcnt of an A d policy ? 1 or dependent : through their representative! in r ea. The speakers voiced appeal? ? be? half of the Albanians, Armenian!?, Syrians, Rucian Jew?. Lithuanian.'.. Pole*, Ukrainians, Slav?, and Finni. Virtual!. K rr> - i <*nt into the ? .lar people had the pressed h', inanity. Polish Delegate Assail? Rus?i? A. Zui ' a?o, n . ? ,!,,.r (,?" ?!,(? Pol ih N . D fei ee Commit! i and English iin ? Dr. Zurawski /ave \\ a?* I ? will havi peace negotiations unless they are prepared to defend by forte interna-. Ha assailed (Iron; Rri'ain and Rnsaia for "opposing tl.e de?ire of America to . groui ? that "?hr. unie governments fn the Importation nt' food from America ^ ail the .- made Sa;. < America I'annof Deride M roi lae Sieh n - ??;? of New member of the I krainian Federation of the United Statt. -, laid An not solve the problema of inn* and 'ha* 'ney mus? be -ettled upon the battlefield. l in speakei dwelt upon the I of these people of Southern 1 telling how they had been pro! from speaking their !!;? as a i - ' 1 ?d become sly poor rich country. It. Samuel Liehner, of Chicago, ?poke on behalf of the SI Mary Jurg< I the Immigrants' Proti ' ?tared the suffering of the Lithuanians. John Schm ? unpioned th< To-night the delegate! and others In? terested in ?ne? attended a banquet, at srhich speaker* the 'roubles of the Finns unJ tfohe ? ?* JEWS ADD $12.200 TO F??ND Federation for Support of Philanthropic Societies Hal Rained $1,844,419 The fund which ?I being raised by ?he Federation for the Buppori of Jewish I'hilanthri pi w Increased vr?terdav by 112,100, and now amount? in all to 11,844,419. 1 ort the ? ? ni during 191. xes? t( rds ? Hotel MM'more, presided over by Ml William Kin*tein. Addresses will be trade by Supreme Coart Justice Irving I the Fed S. ('?? Ro.?enbaum and l.oeli. WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY r-a* iilmiM i * ? ? - ' i r a iNartatm IftwUef ?* m ^ Harass M ? aa ? In1'. . m. Tort !>?>. ' East ?'??!.)? ? p. m s., 1 1 ??:* CM of N't 1 -? . p. m. ItMi .? > ateas CkUArsa's 1 SfasUne ? 1. ? - ^ - - - ? 0 IB Mr? W !am n ? . :. i',-. ?? . v\ . . . ni Ami'i I'- ? ? : ? a. ? ... : ' ? t | . : m. a . ' ? - Ktttaaal Bi-tr-t if I ? ' I . ?>.??? M .? ' ' ? " 1 ID I . .... . P BO . I ... ; Ho . - - Bis! Sstsu fiasen)* il ? ', ? p m. i ? ?.. ? , Tort, Ni I . I " p n i ? ' Rol ' '. ? I War. .a Uur Pt . t] V) ? , RlMM? I 1 -- .... ' ? 11,1, - ! . t !? \\ ? - . - Si - -?- ... ? 1 . < :. , il i Mi \ - ? - .a S-?. | . una i . ? ..: ? v. ? - . M - -. ? : - S - ?VW - i '?-"??'-' '? > . ? i T . ?? ? " ? ? ? t \ i p. P'.ti.i? a. h.. - ? . . i 1 ?. ? p| . . V I ll* III lit . . aj . 1 I.. , , J FRANCIS I GARRISON DIES Bon of \uied tbelltleolet in \uthor and lienrfartor of Negro Bare ?" II Francis JaekSOl light ? old. .'. an Lloyd l?arnson, and hmself prominently ' rtS tC advance the we] r the negro race, died here ?, in ill hea." irai months. He leaves a se Mr. Hoi rj V liai ? 1- mm r .?? b< rhood I Ian glish ? a ktpn interest in his ? r the sssaneipal . and this Interest ba con- j tinur.' I Ivtl War a? the | '. of the race H il ?if the mo?t f snti-slaveiy litera .'? ? . his brother | the biog Ither, and *i< ?'.?? a . ? ??ok''. Born in Bouton, he wa? educated a' ?''.? Boston Latin School, and while father in the publica ? ,'.n of "1 " abohtion ehief organ. I ?? Gerrisonweat ? r upending two iring which time the ; aimed through ?he trip ?ii re l Garrisea's begs the tiger < ?ar ib lag t rm ef the 1 oTipany. with which ? .'.-fed until last ?narried twic*. Mary I' itt, whom ha married in lITI, died year? later. His seeead wife, Th?r?se il ilmeS, died last year. MRS WALTER G. EREY Wife of former Coroner'? Physician and D. \. R. Librarian Die? ran Baker Hamilton Frey, falter G, Prey, former coroner'? physician, now attached to the n ' if the New York Fire ? 1 yeUerday at her iveaae, K?\ seeton, N*. J. va? a granddaughter of Samuel " ivor of Trenton, S member of the So? ot' Hoiland Hames and of the ? Revolution, of which ?torian and librarian ' oral ! br.i . Her husband and two ?ons. Waiter G. Prep, .'i\, end Alexander Hamilton Frey, I tad ? sister Ber? ber. MRS. MARY C. BALL Sister of the I.ate Bi?hop f.oodsell and Widow of Merchant Die?) at 69 Mary C, Ball, lixty-nino years old, I of Thomas B. Ball, onetime head of H"?' I (',,., died last night at her horno, M West Seventy second BtrOOt The funeral aril] be held on Thursday morning. The Bev. Dr, Wilton Merle Smith, rector of the Madison Avenue ii?i Kpiscopal Church, will con? duct the icrvicee. Mr? Bell before her marriage, wa? Mary C. Goodsell, of Plattsburg. She ? of ? he :a"e B shop Good She leaves three children -Anee.I H. Hall. T. Arthur Hall and Mrs. ('? H. g, all of this city. PERCY L WATERMAN .... ?. rat M ??-? ] Pli ! . Dec. 11. Percy L. Waterman, forty yearn obi, president i-. Worsted Mills at Putnam nr.l director in several other mills, died las* night after a week's illness ht bis home on Oak Hill. He was a member of a Masonic lodge, a Knight Templar, a Mystic Shriner, an Odd Fellow, an Elk and a Knight of wee a widow. ? art?-? HM. BABAI ('. DOTY Mrs. Sarah C Doty, seveaty eae years old, widow of James H. Doty, Yonkers merchant, and daughter of the late Bedford, wholesale merchart and leal estate operator, died vesterday in her home, [Of West Seventy-second .J vice-president of the Euterpe Clob and was interested ?n many ehnritable saterpriss HERBEBT W. JOHNSON i ? i ? let tasaos i Haddonfleld, N. I.. Der. n. Herbert W. Johnson, sixty-five years old, for ' - from Can-den County and ??:e,| at hi? home here He was s acted Sheriff in IOS afterward 00 of hil i ?pugnance to executing a murderer. MISS VIRGINIA T. LEWIS Baltimore. Dec. Il M?? Virginia Lee I, ^ descendant of George Waahingtoi ? sinter and a relative of Francis Seott Key. died here last night. She was born seventy-one years ago in th? boas? in W??hirigton to which Dolly Madison fled when the White Hoase v,a-? b JOHN F. SCHLOSSER Beacon, v Y. hec n. John K light years old, died hare laat night. Ha ?m a director and eounael for the Ptshklll National Bank, tor many years president of the State \ nation and a former State Sei.i-. -? MRS. ANDREW V. O. I RM\ Mr?. Andrew Van Orden I'rmy, sev - eld, is dead at her 19 Weiaer Place, TompkinsviUe, ? d. Bhe was a daughter of the late Lorenzo He Angelis. She leaves OBS an.) a da ugh'er. MRS. (.FORCE K. BAD?.ER Ka'e Harnea Badger, wife of re K Badger arid an activ? worker in the Daaghters of the Revolut o'i, died from apopieay ?' her home. ?0 ' -insre, N. J. - ? .iba: ?: ?- Isa m ? da';,." ' 1 IMRI.E? DIMES ? o?. in ?d ?? r ? home, in D I b.m DEATHS - Boa*. Mai ' Manhattan ram '- Hen ' p?' !??. Be of her age aiaaaW. '.un -? ,?, . ? ' ,? of .J?Tie* If '. I SBHSBJ ? ?? .-? A*r ? ?? it 924 St.. near se (?ROBVENOB earl ' the try He > iam If. ItJaaisuJ ... ? a r,' ? i?h-. th* Dietas on st ? ? ?emhle sritl ' sarers and ispieesntel ? .-.? thee H I ?.tr.Hra! on WoiSM ?? mat-, ? a m to 1 r m i t . ?M \ Bj Br?thren ? on ?re r.-?,'.? .'????! tl ? refMSU ' - I - SW l??r? Williesa Meteee Oi Wednesday, Di leaabet : at at ? MAI HAM R KERNOCHAI HARRY ' OMES Ma HYDK -nip?, aft? -.-.?, ^:-..-?i Into '?*??. Jeanette M RjrSe, beleiad trKe of v M and daughter of i.^rv? 1 and Blanch? H McAlpIl I men! .' Is 12, at !" a. ? IHHKM ? nf h?r taeejaSar. Mrs I raatef Thorne. seid e, el ?:an\ NY WRIGHT Os ..f New Vfi-: ' Brooklyn Mil.MER Riva. 114 En?' ItM ?t. Ne? York iity. sied Deeoasbei ' . 1414, ?t mm ?Tth ?t_. BroriVIjn. ?hile ?ttemlinir. con? firmation rere-nony R'? o In StkSSjie P<" i-emher t, 1941. l'vnrrt M?** Mouti' (armel Ceaseten Bars lee ?' Hrnphy S Co.'a parlor. Mil New 1 tr^cht ?v.. BrooV hn. DoaMUbCC '. '. at ? p m RBAI> gara ?' Read, daughter of ?he di? rected .tohr. .1 Rend ?nd Mary M I.aiiR-rdin t.-ml. ci ? BStWr '. ?' her resseestea, gf Bicath ? Bieohlirs i neral ma*? of r>- ? her sou! at 14 Aiiirmtine'. > h'irch. Tue? day. Pe-?mher ' ", at 9:91 a m. Out of Town BI'SK? Suddenly, on Monday. Decemher 11, 1914, at Meanest, B L, Mar? H Rusk, widow t? the late Joseph R Buoh I-u?era! ?ervire? at Trinity t'h'irrh. Ne?purt, on Wednetday, December 1.1. at 11:94 S n> English Pipern plea.?.? -opT gANTOBD At tVarwtek, N Y. D-? ?n, ! s gam --anfo'd, In I v?ar I'm.eral at hi? lata NeMetWe Wednesday afternoon a' ! :tS o'clock. SCHLOSSII v Bee N D< 10. John ! | r.era! ?rr\i.->- w..l be held en Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. from the Dutch geferassd Church. Reacon, N Y MORTUARY STATISTICS BEDELL Mr? I.u.-y O. at Ml Central a? . Thursday. Devemher 7. 1919, a*e,| || ye*,r? I'lineri! f-oni Gra.-e (,.?-?>ei CI I BROWS I... , .? ?t 94 I l>. MStuV 9, ??? 1 iru rai l'on Matrepolitan KV N W limwi. Ill I I.KR Ar" .t, ?? ? .',.??..?: .' , Rronk lyn. D ig??! ? .,.?,. neial from Or.-hard I'nniii.<> V|.-tlirKli?t t'hur-h. Rrimklyn, Ro.. W T BletSehf i tl IiKR snillam, at 431 Place, ,! ? -.ear?. I l.nf; .,|n. < 'AM I M ?.Ne. ut I ? 1..- ? | . Brook lyn, I?.-. .eiher ". hilf ? Padua, R? Bei M.: O'Hare DORBANCB Mm Katharine H . ?? ? ? I ; . ????'I ' I .iier'.l from i rn?t< \ . nas B?i ti-' i' Walla ? r. tl BED Bdwar I, ?? | ''? ? I ;neral trom St <;?? ;i>n. <."H I D B< ???. B. i ... ,? '' "' . aped ? Srs I u?era! frori' ? I', ? . f y Cttureh. Burial ut Huntington ' HOLMBBSM. Bri? John, ..? Wwi -'. . !).? ?fttber I, I '.K. ai...i ? ..., ? i i eral from B.ttrr. v \ , l,?r, ? HOI.MKS Al-innder. ?t 100 s?t.'. Brooklyn. Doeorabor 19, 1914, ags year?. Funeral from ("hurrh of St Antonv m Padua, Rt Bet MK: P I O'Hare. si BWEIZBB B ai ? hroidt Lane. Weit New BrisUon. .-talen I.!?nd. Deeiunber &, 1914, a?*d .? yrari Funeral at Moravian Collenia'e ( lu^r.'h, t'a.tleton ??r?. ?KITZ (,.M.rr^. In BtUeS S?, I?e^en-her s. 1914, au^l ? n tral 'r,.m Salerp? I Metrical Church. K. v D gTEVENSON Jan ?- ,- - . . , Brooklyn, Doom,bar -. ???.?. funeral from Ar III . nan Cburch. ? .Ijm . it. . in. < l.viri KMUtM Uli \t(H)|>| \UN ? r M i , , la -, i ' tad :i) Laut IM 81 N T DUTTON'S ALL THE BEST Christmas Books 681 FIFTH AVKNUK Opposite St. Thomas's Church Christmas Wktn your hat is limited, it n a food plan to ikop where yo? out hi reaionsblr SSN of fiadiof eicry BOOK ?ou ?ant. Alaott *>tr? book ?orra o?ain| wkstber new er old, wherever pifeliistd. will kt found la oar coaiforUbl? itor?. Putnams2W?thS^. ?eaatal '