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\\!? HI M \k*l ill MI I Ml \ e"cn!' '? ? ? ' OU the r ;,"1 of It]'. . I . ? d o?v nd hot ?? nui e ? Ok. f(" trbiffffith : ? fe* tf tho?r I-Hank belie? c me! I * there. '? ? 1'rop. in Ozone, Arizona. I of drinks ,,ih of partnership. I, near Devil River. ? picked and drilled and hammered. ... : |] i ? And p -? ' ? then. ind the fieas and the flic?, im xvat.-r and our non-success. .1 lost my temper, and, one day. ' - r_el ? and quit. ?ugh with? :, xv rd, watched me ps It, 'or at) share in 'he hole. ring good-bye. ad I pped th. hill me, and shouting: ? ack! We've struck it rich!" .-? -her we gloated lOO. ? '? ? TI Cecil. ,-, pan *?? red youth. k he had done in his twenty-eight yea ? l by a lame art in eight hours. . !?t en denied him; lenied himself anythir.e. s why 1 iiked him IB1 xv?- two reo roughing it for a month - .ides, sans servants, ? our own meals, doing our own camp xvork. washing dishes displeH-ed me. offer to buy enough dishes have a new set at each meal, .- ? ? , ? for ? ? \x chose our camp on an isla-id ir. the lake. our paraphernalia had been ferried safely over, ? .started with them. !oad. - s leak and **ank. ? ' Jfrh dtshes for one mea!. ; ake W-oowoosquidgymejojack . irchers came. H every day. for five week?. .i<-h the (i a . . Ill- Parson Joe. ,-imo to he m Coot's Corners, Michigan, here, i-va- . ? ,'??. et that BUllice. My head xva? h sphere of concentrated pain; . fungus-rovered slab of meat; ..* " Valley of drynes-. ? who found me. ne? I'idhetell me -trong drink xva very raging'.' He did not. '?ad. he led me down an alley. ? - red individual there he said: man two or three good, hig jr. ? Then let me have him." iy leran the lecturing and the shaminp. ? and the preaching. Wh?! Pai ed and put the question where do I iigi kept it ever since. W? ? ? IV?George. it-, my nature ; m people. Hut 1 Nor G? Georg? maiden aunts. thai l fear 11 I that 1 sha., make a fasta p*v, Whr ? ???ce, ?"r.a: 1 ?ways ?<> make a fotta ;<n?. hem. -.a?. ? ? ar, ope;, grate me. ?rere tamed toward mi, ?... tdtSsi '?nlidence; four * ? And the'; T'-irr goi ato '?he grate. r?or I saw depicted in those four prim faces l*ved me. I stamme?-?(!. 1 h?.ked. The? lad expectaorate x-jgorously into tne grate. ? f*>lt much beU> P, So I went on with my yak killing. THE?S1TES. *??? Holds Up Armv Fiver? t **' ?' I land sLc*"'' ?T* ?? hsve f i ? : ,r ?'"n held at Hernpstead. Long yesterday, fo ?.???tron? their Bight until I-Viday or Saturday. It i? impossible for aviator? to pit'? a ?*'e thi fc-iour.d li eovs ed now, a? hole?, and mound- it i e I not easily distinguished from above. SUFFRAGE HEADS HONOR PIONEE? ">00 at Dedication of Roon as Memorial to Susan B. Anthony OR. SHAW LAUDS WOMEN OF WES1 Ehd Battle by 1922. Sh I r?cs at Exercises in Neu Headquarters - . - ? . w? .-? 'ypc 11 In the rre raee of i s than I sdnlren ?: . arken far 1 si ?uffrag nn-eT.dment to which S-j-a:. 11. X rave her natie. the Ar.'hony rremorh - ? - Wash 11 gtori ?alTrai Island Av? ? ? day Dr tni Howard 5 ipnt c. the * f ri eau Woman Soffrag ?rial addresi irged her hearers to con ?Tort? on h r : :, f? i r g '" culmination the -usan B. Ar il the da by Mr*-. Can ? .ipma .?? 1922. "11 depends entirely an as wbethe I ioc al?n?,' for sixty more year? o ether art get the ballot for thi . ?? ? ' she ?I' ' - Young, until latelj superintendent ? I school? in Chicago, and Repr?sent?t!** I'Mn V.. Anthon' Kai aa, only sur viving nephew of Susan B. Ant I, Mrs Young read the original "Dee aration of Sentiments," modelled th? D?clarai on of Independence, urhlcl draft?* l I ?omen, including Ml Stanton and Mary Ann McClint? ; Waterloo, N. Y., in 1M1 declaration ?as ? i ss the speakers' table foi to | day's j,. .j was placed a'te the ??peaking In the Susan K. Anthon; memorial room. Nephc? of I'ioneer Speak? Regret thai M - Anthony di? e to e the i I on in Km; f < pressed i ntativi Anthony. He told of her pat.eut de termination und her lark of bitternei ? ii feats, and then .said how please? he would have been to have walke. with him '?? the polling place Is ... of ?upervising the easting of hal ? ? - by both men ?m! women it the openini of thi . .?. lbs \\ ustimgtoi . ?"'? ri o.at anal a?-o. is arrying out c.e of th. | r\nthony 1 ad always xvar.tci Washington, and for tl-?- reason ?? -va? particularly fitting that a roorr il ed '<> her memory. Por the history, Di ? t?. i eng*? East ..-??? tl ? there is , .pi-'.ple of twe'.vr , ? granted to i in the n maining thirtv sis 1 hi -.?? people of the thii iiinnot he r ?i erSnined. she explained n-iiich to the delight of the audience since they permit only a p.-rtion oi tizens ota. Thus the demand for the Federal amendment has at la.?t achieved t ; i on where il cannol b? ignon ?Beth H.ittlc? Linked Dr. Shau - ? ? eial emnh;. ght, r>n the ?and. for suffrage In the several the other, for the Fed eral amendment. She declared tl 1 tight (??? ild no! I?*- made without i ? ? ? ted out that i when ? dmenl to th? - will be i ? eei :.t-\ to begin the flghl s?ute by state to get th< amen 1 '??." Dr, Sha? d? unconseious - thi? en u ut i y to their political d?gradation. ,\ .- BB In the history of the world lift? (-. er plaeed its women on the ?snie ??lane oi political subjection a? has ihix government of outs We are th only body of women under the nun xxno ?.re ?controlled by everi kind and coti : ditiofl ?Ml "?ce sna color of men that i the Fun shine? on. "That it should continue in thi? j ? ear of our Lord 1?16, after the Strug? gle from the day? of 1K-18, is inex I eussbla, for there il BOW no excuse sople being Ignorant sf the i there cur. be no ex the part of i . ..' women who ar* the result ax-cd menta: development Tribute to Miss Anlhony ' W ,- sr? here to-day to dedica'? I Bla? room and thi? particular hou?? to thi ?? which Mi?? i tnthony mora ?han any nti.,?r pei?o devoted herself, and leei .- . alone Ye?: a'ter xei.r MlSS Anthony to come dow:. bare and stay the whole ? in:?-- 'htiag a lonely and mag ' ? ' light 'Il ..inyir.g on her work we must lemimber. in the ii.- ? per than we I ave t>?-en this to re ber >n the past that < ,.rh ?tep bs i irefully considered Organ ed brain i ure m ial wi need to-day, . sad rmotion?. Every ar? of ? our < . n nal be planned aritfa :, reg? rd to the effect it will have upan ? .vement it* ? fir xi-e have been table to - IOCS ft pressure on CongTCSI h? ? te because Congr? I ?-e e\ ar. But there is a West ght] poner: und the thing we women ought te be proud ? ? . nee of the vote of , womei of the ?Veal ?? that the political par-tie? have ? tase ii n political ?i-i I one, hut they before and bow that ? ry platform, and realised tl .. ?? h?- r ' - w<? believe tha ; not be long until SB a he In : the Constitution of the United *-tate?." M:<. ( at' told Sf her Bret ran.naig'i - th Basan B. Antho: South i '.?ke'a and of ?he deep :rnpre?>ion | ? hy the fac? 'hat the ?-are ameadmei ? the vote of - ? r- ?,i ? ? '-. r . :,l for ' 'hem ? being herded t? the pells hy political scalawaga, aha di-elared. women ?-.nie been given the ballot in South Dakota lor.g age ? H.I1 Heads Lincoln Memorial Akron. Ohio, Der. |7. The 1> . Hill to-day announce?! I gaaeral secret . v . , ? .!,, smenl to become ?hancellor of Uaeeln M.-moval fniver ?-, at ( umht-rland (,ap. Tenn. Radium Fails as Cancer Cure: Zeppelins Affect Research Element, a Successful Palliative for Inoperable Cases. Ohm Increase! Growths, Columbia finds?Guinea Piga inoiulatrd in London Ireatcd Wore Radium h? ? ysieisni ? e ta? sad other i vi , _. . , . , ??"?'?ver Cam er H ..-?.?- ind foui nting '? arding to the am - ?' : ibsl ?-.ce is not or.h r ? ? ? I ? foi eaneer hut in man timulani !? is n saeeeasfa ? - ? ? which opera'.'? The failure I radium sa .-> ton ?for cancers and tumor-- ;? annOOBCei 01 ly a*"'er mo?*. . ? lustive test? upo. rnr?, r Ice ar ,1 guinea p:f*?, brought *.' this country fron London, when- the 44ere inoculated. Loi .??' Zeppelim ha . ?o the ? roCKer Kurd a duplicate ir.'i-t extensive and valuable ce sf tumors and eaneert in the world For year* cancer laboratories n Lon don have iS ?.? ri *r..: planting into imal rodents every known varieti When - he ?vai I it wai reni of i? ?-'?? rr.ijrht completely wipe OUI the labora - of the Imperial Csneei Research Fund leientlsl I I and Amer , realising ?he ?.alur oi the Bjritl h COll? ? : , began to make a du? plicate of it, which was to l??? brought tmeriea, where ?here wa-? no dangei of high explosiv? Ing rears ol according and guinea r? rnt to London. Slid tl ? malign? - had bei ? : t., th? m ' ? ese si imal? aer? then brought ncro i '-ht- sea, and ihe ? ?.' h in .1 I.a- now a cnmpi? ? plieati ' th? London collection .?r ? ival the) ' :>'? - been t reated with radium and othei "eures." These experin i . unless ar,- used, I 01 ,1 ?rable distance from ihi radium may tse mon rapidlj. even * hough . '.h?- tumorSmay diminiah : l?r. wood says; "They point to the necessity of care ix tei ? ?? >?" ?lo?es of rad.um, J ay redui ' . Dr Wood ? .? growl pear. ... | resisting I ?? ? IS n.? r rapid ! ? r Wood t ?ha: ? dium t? a ire o ? v\ h c r "It is un to pro . patients moi noie h? the ??r.nloy ? Wood ipys. "Oi - hand, ?- ii v certain I use of smul luantities, say, 2U to i ims ol rad iun ? lemeni ? i spi? tumor, se that ? ? ent'i condil >u- is ?4 oras than .-.' been lefl alone A member of I ' I 'he labora i Heights, he hai employ? ?i radium - ear ii treat it.c Inoperable human results of ? ? ? i dge of re has been I ? ? .- radium onl; ?- ? 01 '?'? Oth? have been nvestigated a 11. m.? "Since 'he openuip of the labor) he continue " have been -vamineH . i foi reference. Dui the fund ? spontan?eous tumors, smong them a ? er of nea and interesting types, which bavi SUNDAY CON CEI GIVE WIDE RAI TO MUSIC LOV Symphony Society R Pleasinp- Programme Phi monk* Well Receivec There were concerts nr,d recit numerable >e terday, a proper a of which would have taken th vice-, of a small army of reviews Aeolian Hull in the afternoon th? phony Society repeated its Frida gramme, while H? Carnegie the p) gave it- regular Sunday oft Mr. Stranaky ehoae for his pi? ?anee Gade'a Kirs? Symphc Work r-eldoni heard, at least of The symphony is a Well melodious and straightforward bearing all rhc marks of the peri Mendelssohn, It t* difficult t< why il should have ben Directed ??*, this date, axeept as a Cal spirit, i !? ,?? "d by *he orches The bulk of the audience's Rpr kliacha Klman. who app on the piai th ?? large pi Bple, marking; the r He eemed ? "r??' foi bis hospital saper and played the Bruch ti minor con a- brilliaatly nc he ha?-- ever played I he orche Ira > "-?eluded its gramme with the ballet salte - I n? ndi of M ted Its valuable sen ?es by ?? interest ng afternoon concert at Rits-Carlton. Bam Krar.ko directi tsmal! erehestra and there were ses 4olo arti??t?*. including George Ha: Bl ?1 Veiaon D'Arnalle. On the gramme ??ere Porgeleae's roncert? !? riuno-- and two liach cantatas. In the evening Sacha Votitche: a>?isted by Viftor ? Bl a? and Alma Clay burgh gave a recua the F'nnce?- Theatre. Mr Votitche nlays the royal tympanum most s fully, but it is a pity he saw til to ! round this very modeat initrurr with a setting of gaudy theatrical He played airs by Lully, Haendel i Rameau. At the Metropolitan Verdi and r nr.i, with the assistance of limes, i? ri-on, Mason snd nbvr. ar?t Me-: Bette ar ?i I'e I.uca, and the orchesi .indt-r the diroetien ?t Mr. 1'api. til ?he theatre te the bunting point, wli Bt th? Harr? Theatre Mine. logins Mav liable ar.d Evelyn Starr took p, :n an interesting concert. Mme Yvette (?uilbert repeated th? ?? rd time at the Maxine Ulli Theatre her programme of "Les '?at Noirs," aaaiatod by Gustave Kern a-, the tu a no. and Mi.? s r riulv liress vie In i at Why w-ill not Mme. i.uill?. glTS us more of her own art? Mi iir.'s-er ii a eery pleasing little srtl but Mme. Gaflbert is a suprei ?genius. In her ten songs and in h introductory talk .?he ran the gam of human emotion. In tho?e tea ?in ?he summed up a nation and an ?por Mme. Guilberl i ?? leen anointi with the same divine oil si that win? ..he,i the brawi si nterpret v. artists of the world. SI i not unwe ?. ,1 44 iih San liernhaidt. even with Eleanors Dase TRAINS CHILDREN IN ART ( harles Dana (.ihson Opens ( ampaig for Sch?iol Art League iund ? harle-? Dana Gibson, president r. rie Society of Amer -rator: has ..-??:... id a es paign te r?; thousaiidi of del 'catching ou C?1 .lei.s yOOng ? Bg * l.? iri taste" througn the School Art I.eag'j, The money de? keep th leapue alive and to give II CO?? youtn. people of New Yor?? their i.rst taste o art during the coming year. "Th:i means much to creative artitsts, wh< seeh an understanding public, and muer a city which mast oepeiid for it: r/io\4th aad beaut] on the "a?*.?'? of it? citisens,*1 Mr Gibson has pcti'ed out. Father Kane in New Pastorate Tke ??tee. rnoms? F. Kane, for fif? teen years coaaocted **..*b the New York Apost?late Mission Rand, bs-? been appointed pastor of the Roma' i ?-nolle Chuich of the Holy Rosary He ?iirceed? Mon?.gnor William I ? in, win? is ?ran?frrred to the Bloeeed Sacramen*. v. - treel \*ester?*ay 44a? Kar.e ipenl ?* pulpit ?He: 6.000 persons attended the various mafsr?.. FASHIONABLE CHURCH CHIDED FOR FUSSY WAYS Assistant Redor of St. Gcnrr-c's, Flnshiag, Startles His Rock Weaitl.y members of St Georg?*? Episcopal Church, In Flush , . iterday the R< Morgan I., (iriflith, th? i m for their lack of fi and i heir "formal ?,nd I "' He took them se rereli to I or thi no?ance .. ild be inerea ed 30? per cenl by abolishing pew rents and i). comii | I? ? formal. The Rev. Mr. Griffith told of being or? dered OUt Of a pew in a church because. ??\ton --uni, .' belonged to some one. ??-]?? ? a. thing." he de? , clared. "I knOV BOW hoxv a man feel? who is nut out of a pew. I tell you that. do.?! ? of ! lei the people s?t where they pi? ? "The uttei lack of fellowship of the people of this church has driven others away from it. I know of a woman xi ho . an. : : I an important posil ion In Flush ? g waa driven awrix from the el ireb because of 'lie indif ii tenee of tl >? eongi egation. "I myself have been introduced to a me Is membei of ,;'. ? church at leas! ? ? tunes in thi year 1 bave beet If 1 , .- -o be iti*reduced to him agi.in when I meet him I Will name him. "Tu.- pew rent system is un-Ameri ean, nn Chri tian, un-d?mocratie and ? erything else that is line and noble." St '.? orge' Church ; - ta?- Most ex i . asts ??00 \. SOCIETY FOLK TO OPEN . WALDORF ICE PALACE linns Itrokan and Frank und Maurice ko. he la lead Skater? The Waldorf Ice I'ulace a group of buildlags on the roof of the Waldorf? Astoria, compriaiag a tea-room, a roller skating rink and an outdoor ice riak i? ??I be opened the night of De? cember If, when the Junior Auxiliary hold? a carnival. 'ihis lee palace v.u? the last project planned by the lato (??orge ('. Holdt. lie entertained the idea first two yean SgO, but a-? the renovation of . -. i '.on of the hotel occu? pied most of n.? attention the plan? were for a while pul ?...nie. COBStTUS* : ion I ? ' summer, iai.d und?- the direction of Mr. Hold' ? :;', until a short *.:me before hi? .?.dtia wa? kastaaed. i, ?? Junior rtusiliary oarnix-al will stage several exhibition ?laatiiig num .: i an amateur competition fur a mareb of all the txkater? will he led hy Irving ilrokaw and I- tank ami Maurice Roche, picturi 'it "In and ? ?' Rye," laid ta be a comedy and med by the younger members of 1 Ticket? are $.'.00 each. Thi?? be obtained from Mr?. Francis Hur rail Hoffman. M EbbI Seventy-ninth Street. WHAT 19 GOING ON today 4 A . - I 1. II ? ?? I 1 - .... , , I . X- - ? I 4 I . - a 0 I P> | - ?| ... ' ? . I . . . : ... m P>llkW |. ? : ' ? ... , " -. 1 , .. . | . ( ?1 .. 4 a .... ...".?-- I a . 1 - -. n - . p 01 l s non e ta* Bm , - ? ? *, P m Mi ' ?--a- Irff -, ?? ? ? I ? . -, X' a? C ?.'- !?? I II I - - ? t a - S.i-aei ' . ? ? - " . . .?, i - ? , ?I- n 1 ? I i ? , \ Sla-I ? I? ... i . - -' ' - H ?Vallar* Km II ?????? i a .- , a _ilall I' ??<? ' hi Prafaaao* I. I Ha nn V ? - l??i???? *?a? tort at T? roorir* ? r ? ?rd Put- i.- I?bran : ;. r.u .- 1 Ka-rp? ? D. ?ia?? ' ? . ?', .??. - er. . . ?*. HM Mar?? , -t '??'-, a .... Ii H? i ?? l ? I?-?. ? A B< 4 ? U'?r. ? 11.4 | L? Im ?a : ? I ?i ' : - , -, ? . 3 BILLS PROPOSED TO CUT FOOD COST Legislators' Conference Would Add to ?Market Head's Power DAILY REGULATION OF PRICES URGED Commissioner. Under Bill, Could Buy and Store Foodstuffs Th. :ng legislation desigr-ed to decren-. the cost of foodstuffs was take? ***ste**day afternoor. at a meeting of the Harlem and Washington Heights Legislators' ?-? res?, Sev : Street 1 ? \ blymen, Senators ami \ men comprising rhe conference voted nnaalmously to adopt a report of its in restigating committee, urging ?he pas? sage of several h.'.is by the Lcgi?' Three O? -: >?. ?? would: 1. Authorize the Sta'e Food and Market Commissioner to regulate the price o*' marketable foodstuffs each d ?y. I. Empower him to e-*Mblish termi? nal market facilities in th.? bed of the "Id Bpayten Duyvil Creek. 1. Kxtend bis powers by allowing him to purchase foodstuffs and s'or. them for consumption. Billa covering these points will be in? (reduced on the opening dav of the , '?ture by Senator Salvatorc A I ' blyman Karl A. ?Smith. In addition. Senator ?Edward .1. Dowl ' \ lemblyman Jar??ii Goldstein will introduce a b '1 providing for the opening of the old Speedway ?o all ??--es of traffic. The ?thoroughfare spper Broadway may be used rafle arteries for ?the ? o?),l supplies from the S| Duyvil Terminal Mark? I Th? committee, after arging its recommendations for bills, in detail ? suggests that in furtherance of the plan to m-?: iln and maintain t< i market i and torchouses, the formed b> the be,| r?f the old Sp Duyvil ''reek be developed. Thii , adjoins the track.? of the New York 1 sntral Railroad ar,?l Is near the pm po?erl terminal of th.e Rarere Canal Bt Dyekman Street The plan embodied in the report, form th.? bi the pro? posed legislation, was indorse?! in the minary discussion by every mem? ber of the conference, Mr. lie pointed ..tit ?hat If carried out It would be virtually nothing more than ?in .' orb a bieh being don.- by the State Food end Mar? kets Commission. This department, Mr Newman said, is already selling in the neighborhood of $50,00*0 -worth of produce a month dirert to the con f sumer from the producer, thus elinii : nating the ' In a letter read at the meeting lieorge U . Wickersham, form, r A? torney General of the united State?, ????I tha' he did not think the pro , posed legislation fixing prices would be constitutional. SOLDIERS HOME TO-MORROW 1st Rattalion. V. Y. Sig-nal < orp-,, leaves Chicago on Way Home Chicago. Dec. 17. After several ervice on the Mexican border, the I-t Battalion of the New York Sig? nal i orpi passed through Chicago to - da] on its way to New York City. The . ion, eommaaded by Major W. !.. Hallaban, left here a' >'. o'clock over the Erie. It is expected that the sol . ? n ill reach their home II kl fuesday al noon. | Buy ?Now We houpht before the rise in w oolens --for your hen? fit l'liat's why you 11 find here now such exceptional = \,-lines in | Hart | I Schaffner j | & Marx ! | Suits and ; | Overcoats lor yotinfir men -nui for older mm wlio like style tin- Varsity Fifty Five Suits and Varsity Sii Hundred Overcoats. 1 Soitt f-'0 to $50 | Overcoatt??tO to $00 I Wallach | Bros. I .'i*i?y. ba.ii? cfcambers I Co? .?ih nt = ! ! \.? ''or ?::d S' ) rip.n = _??,-.?? v ? ? Christmas it i-cmiag in ? few day?. Iks b?il place to >u- BOOKS, CALENDARS, CHRISTMAS CARDS ???iM.aaa 2 W.45th St .NY. rulnams - CHBISTMAS SHIP DELAYED ( .?liter ( a-?ar Held I ntil To-morrow 10 lake \rn?4r,| ?upplie? for Jew? Tho-igri h??r fr,rrnal farewr'.. el ibout I ? I. is skip, a net i for 1 ' '.?-morrow delay **a? made at the r. of Hei " , so that / I food x i , i. Her additional cargo ?? ? ? ? n'. -he Armenian-Syrian .' ommlttee. 700 ESCORT PREESTS BODY Holy Name Society Page Tribute? to the Wtie. Father Daniel \. < armon ... the I thi Rev. \ Canaan was home his mother's I X , to the Hotnan ? i Incarnat *-!. N x tUUt and 11 ?ii he ?-a? assistant pastor* it In .?'.ate there un-'.'. orning, ?rl ar 11 h?> celebrated [i ?? rmentwill .ry i iaasetery. Pathef armon died , r-, Friday in St ? Hospital. Ile trat forty old, and had been at the t'hurch of the : for ftvi years, H ' Parochial School, ?Manhattan -?nd Donwi adle ? a : r iatned tea | His mother, Mrs, Catherine Carmen, and a brot h C. ''armon, a pector, sui COL. H. S. T. HARRIS DIES \rrnv Surgeon Found Dead in Heil a? t luh in San Francix? i. I lee 17 C< Henry S. T. Hat found li'-ad her- to d club at which he lived. The au-e of lleved to '"? He ?... ? native of Virginia. He gi sduat? ?i Columbis and entai - army .,- an ass --ant ?urgeon in He ?va.? Ul GEOBGE H. GERAID liar.?, n i ? -.. i ong Island, ! ??? -. 17. George H, Gerard, pione? trim manufacturer, died of pneumonia at h : ? home here to?day, lie n.? lixty year? old. and 1rs '?? Brookhaven, Long Island. lie eon? itnii ' '. trim machine ry, II.? formed ?he firm of ") .mugs ?j- Gerard, which wa? merged G. n Gerard, Soai ft Co. sf i tarn wa lb] the ?' ? r. Company. Mr, Gerard formerly wai deal of the Horn.? Savingi Rank of Brooklyn, and b1 hi? death wai of its 'rustee?. H.? wa? al?o a dl? ? of the <*?reetipoint branch of t Ije Corn Exchange Hank. -a- ? It IIWII, winki.fr Ludwig Winkler, rears eld, proprietor of the Phi Wee*. Thir Itfa Street, died suddeuly vester - home, llJ Cathedral Park arag, from heart disease. Mr?. Wink lar wa? with her hu?bnrd whoa he wa? Stricken. He died b'-fore a phy? sician living in the house could reach 1 the apartment. -. Miss PALEBMA V. A. FM.IK I! I' '.-grap-i tu H ? Tribun? 1 Greenwich, Connu, Dec. 17 Palerma tine Arm Fngle, seventeen old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charle? Fngle. of Sound Beach, ?"or?n., died to-day of cerebral meningitis. She xvas graduated from the high school . laat June. -? CAPTAIN DAMEI. M. IFF Frederieksburg, Vs.. Dec 17. Cap Daaiel M. Fee, seventy-one years - of the late General I I hugh Lee und nephew of General Hoh? eit E, Lee, died her?? laat night 11" served in the C'onfederat?- army. DEATHS Hi ?. K**' ( morka * Hi ejr.C * ? j??. John W I -.:g-et\ Kathaniv? f> .... Mead I H-kher. :.uh, TSoni-j Manhattan AISTI?? ' ? - .? ?'- ' -?i a atas .??er- . M -. ?? I o - -'?. ? .y ?nd A ?? - : ? , B _ DE RHAM r kam. il ?nd f .a-ira fj, h ? mmam ? ? ? on 44- and l d ?t., on Monda,, rember II. at 10 a m M.lll -.?, 4 r ,-.-. Peeemhaar ? 7. Funeral I '? lote re? n W>-<lr;e?.!?jr, !'?? - l.K.'.i rr \- :. ? Waa* ? d ?t. R?r? ? , Kal rise I Um :??? dmrlflfl i'>???nt? ?nd r . . . ?? r Ptashiag. K'in'ral M - i n? ?Si Ceorr-e1? ' I '?' ? '.ny, Darember IS. a' r m . on arrival of tr?in lea?lne P? vani?? ? tip. m. ?*?* FI Brooklyn N \-ll at Jnek^nrllle. t I. ? ?. ... .-"i I- . char.?.'.' Bank. Servir?? ??ill lie hei. ' h of the Redeemer. I*h a? . i ? "?ar.', at ?,r?.- I Out of Town UHM- U . ?? ? ' I - ???i" 19, .at ! ? ? , ? ? ? . -, , t - ' 11 n?. Bl I I \lt?> ? ? ? I I'lterment mI V I (.1 It \KI> ? H ' ; '? I In? D? ? I , av. 'own II tl ? ID tl N -."- "fapi. I K. and the late J.o, ? i . limerai s.-r ?? ? I?.? held en Mon-I ? ' - l'..'-.?l,?bri ,\e?.en, ? y II \KI \i-.- ? ? i, ?an I -May, De '.. ? I 11 ,-?. 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