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\nVERTlaSEMENT Just Out FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT S "'?Novel The White People The Greatest Ques? tion in the World? That !? the subject of Mr?. Burn-!'. ; Dew book. Her jpir.'ua! message will tra\el qiuckiy to the heart of the multitudes who are waiting eagenv nervwherf. for a new ??ord that will testify to the saatppm *nd the beauty?of afe ?-pri* life, that will give in ils way an answer to the ques? tion?"Do the dead yet lire?" It is a book which widens the horizon of the soul. "flhtti does it matter if thu seems a strange story? To some it wi!' mean something; to some it -will mean nothing. To those tt has a meaning for ' open wide windows into the light and lift hear if loads," says the hook itself. Set. Illustr?t'on s by Elizabeth Shtppen Green. HARPER & BROTHERS, Established ?817 ?XPATROLMAN. 78. BRAVES FIBE TO SAVE HIS MEDALS Steer?. Despite Blindness, Risks Life in HU/c Explosion Caused Henr- \ M ?'- s formet ?jflaflt laspeetOTi who is eigh' ?ear? eld and totally blind, risked hi? te rescue medals a*id other ????? Is he haa received for brav? er? a-Boa 'ire started in his home, at ?7S We-*i A r.? by Mr. and Mrs. 't. who oeeupy "^'or. lit a ookinc for a can of he front stoop. An ripios.on followed ar?: pread threug" the basement and was eating its way to the floor above, whe wfl? led down the steps from th? ?ecor.d floor by his daughter, Mrs. Chsrlei Holland. Halfway down he "1 can't leave my treasure I. "They are all I have to ?how ' rk. I'm going back." Mr*. lia. Then ?ht led her father, who weighs more ?t- 0 pounds, back to his bureau, where from a drawer he gathered up dais and keepsakes. 11. despite the ? moke, when Patrolmen I ?fferan rushed up and forced ?in to accompany them to the street. , ARTHI'R ?TRKIF Tl CKKR Tucker, president of ? vi'lage :' - .-ars. ? day at Pelham ?ter? a STEPHEN MERRIT LEFT LESS THAN $10,000 ESTATE Undertaker. Suppoeed to Have Had Fortune. Ga**e "Name" to Grandson The Wet, Stenhen Merritt, the under? taker, who burieu many of the city's uniortunat?*-, left an estate of less than '1 '" ' In his vrill. tiled ye'-pr day, Mr. Merritt directed his executor? bia d"bttf and the expenses ei hij ??vu funeral "as soon as practica? ble" Mr. Merritt was the undertaker at -inert?! of General (J, S. Grant, uas the largest ever held in New It US? believed that he had ?trna?*. d a fortune, but besides his busines?, the poodwill of which be left to hi? **ran?i?np., Stephen Merritt, hie BOtate i* ?mall. He referred to com? al trouble in recent years. ?a. hereby express to my many friends," Mr. Morritt's will reads, "to : sons interested and the freneral public, the earnest wish that there will be no such infringement, and I hope every one wUl respect the provisions, of my wUl sad consider the many years of toil, industry, perseverance, self denial, hardship, persecution and de? termination which it has cost me to . .-.a**-? Autoist Ignores Signal; Fined h m .1. W \V es End A ?- fined $l-> by Mnffis House in the Traffic Court ye?, for failure to ?top his automo? bile at the signal of a traffic patro.man at Broadway and Forty-sixth Street. The machine narrowly missed runnin?, down several school children who were ?if- tne street. DRYS WIN STEP IN BOTH HOUSES, RESTRiai?AUS Senate Approves Ban on "Ads." and Imports Into Prohibition States U. S. AMENDMENT MEASURE ADVANCED Webb Expects Referen? dum Bill to Pass Lower Body in Week Washir.grton, Feb. 15. Prohibi'io-i took a ?tep forward to-day it branches of Congress. In the ( drastic ainendrr.?n".-i lu the postal ap? propriation bill were atcr<?ed to which would make crimina: the impo" of liquor into -'aies which prohibit its manufacture and ?ale for beverage purposes, and which would exclude liquor advertisements from the mail? in states which legislate against ?u'-ii advertising. i'n the House side the national pro? hibition constitutional amendment was favorably reported from the Jad Comm'ttee, with a prediction by I man Webb that it w.iuld be pa sed within a week. Champions of prohibi? tion greeted this announcement with enthusiasm, in spite of their realiza? tion that passage in the Houm* mill end action on th,' amendment in ?o far as 1 There is no thought of action I Senate before March 4, when tl ? : CoBgreaa d Br.ef Debate on \irtendmcnt The amendment to the postoilice ap ; propriation bill to make it a crime to ship liqaoi into prohi-hitioi adaed by Boaatoi ?:<->!. of Missaari, to the Jones ameadaseat barriag news? papers or other paMieatiea? or letter? and postal cards containing liquor ad? emen t s from th? which have laws against su'?h adf? | ing. It flras adopted sfter brief o'e ot 45 to 11, by the Senate I committee of the whole. Heed amendment. :f finally ac cepcad by thi ????aata sad tajtoai the House, will be to make all prohibi? tion btates "bone dry.'' It will operate against provisions in various states permitting importation of lim-t"d amounts of liquor for individu; sumption. Innocent Persons Proterled The origina! Jones amendment to bar newspaper and other liquor . tisements from the mails in =tates nav mg anti-liqior advertising 'aw? at? tache? the tame penalties as p" in the Reed amendment, a fine of months' imprisonment. 1'nder this provision no n?*-*spap* -, pamphlet, letter, postal rard. c or publication of any kind cent liquor advert.semen?-: ccu'd be mailed into the dry state?. To prevent pro*.tcution of inno-e-,t persons the measure explicitly states that '"if the publisher of any I paper or other publication, or the agent of such publication, or if any dealer in such liquors or his ?hall knowingly" cause liquor adver? tisements to be mailed in violation of ??ScScSoZS?!-"^..-"^^ ??l Ir; IB fi i r Local Leadership Points the Way National advertisers who select newspapers for the strength they show locally?and that is the only profit? able way?will be interested in these January records of New York evening newspapers?The Evening- Mail particularly. AUTO DISPLAY Evening Mail gained - - - - ?Sun gained - - - - Pi gained - - - - ?DRY GOODS Evening Mail gained - - - - Telegram gained - - - - World gained - - - - REAL ESTATE Evening Mail gained - - - - Sun gained - - - - Journal gained ----- RESORTS Evening Mail gained - - - ? Sun gained - - - - Globe lost - - - - .LOCAL DISPLAY Evening Mail gained - - - - Telegram gained - - - - Sun gained - - - - 31.174 lines 27,610 lines 26,293 lines 28,006 lines 22,193 lines 10,708 lines 11,060 lines 3,633 lines 655 lines 6,100 lines 1,392 lines 148 lines 70,865 lines 64,612 lines 26,?567 lines Evening aMail also gained 51,070 lines of national Mtvertising and 25,605 lines of financial advertising. ?Only four New York evening newspapers showed ni in dry ?joodl Th?B others showed losses. The Evening Mail New York innonnnonnoJ the proposed law, he shall b? guilty flf viol?t ? | Rep: ? Randa!',, of Cali i. announced th? passage of the Jone.? tne House, and gave notice that he would ask the to concur in the amendment when the bill is returned from the Senate. o Capt. R. S. Satterlee Dies as Result of Aqueduct Duty Veteran New York Guardsman Contracts Pneumonia When Inspecting Patrol Captain Richard S. Satterlee. ord? nance officer at large on the division statT of the New Voi'k ? a. liuard and brother of Herbert L. Satterlec. ? ?ary of the Nary, morning at hi? home, . Dunn,; a tour of ir.-pection of the A lueduct last Sunday and ??l?*nday Captain . cold which de ? ia. Cap'an was fifty-eight years old? and was i (eat of sw Eleetri? mpaajr, at 10 I | He was a nephew of Dr p. Leroy S itterlee and Mia of Dr - .-? ->e. I ' '.--i- n Satterie? ? the T'h Infantry, but outbreak of the Spani?h-Ameri . in 'he 1st New the nucleu? of which hfl lnth B.: Albany, no? guarding the Aq II doet With this untt he flreal to Honolulu and later, after re? ce ving a commission in the 12?h New Tori?, In?a-v- $ s?rias m Cake. ? ral years ? er!ee god from the Natioii.il Guard, but it last ?ummer when war with Mexico tl?.. receiving a commission as captain and being de? tailed ts Gei ml O'Ryan's staff. Captain Batterlee ?as a member of my and Navy Hub. Hi? widow ves h:m. r'un.-ral services will be held at . to-morrow sftertiOOS in 3t. George's ?vves mhen of the d staff wi'l attend, but the services will not be of a military nature. EDWARD N. TAILER. LONG A MERCHANT. DIES AT 86 ?u.cumbs to Heart Trouble After At? tack <?f Indigetstion. Kdwnrd N T*,*ler. memKT of -?.n old Saw York I for many yean ? uf the . | h i ? home. 11 '? Square North. -h in h;? eit:hty-?erenth year, he ued ac?ive until Friday, when an attack of ? -rouant on heart trouble, the ' l? ? ?iers.th. Mr. Ta,!"- | i New York July W, 1-10. He was a grandson of lliam Tai 1er. for years ' - of Mes?achBSfl*ttfl before tlotieaary War. and a asfl at }'.?'.? -i v Tailor. Hi* ances ?>,r?. w-ro rsmt from Holland, settled hattan Itl tn?l ?? IBM. -ated at Sta'fl famous i school, in Bank Street. Mr i began hi? mereaatilfl career in as a clerk :en A ihsssjaaatly Mr. Tailor was connected a? buyer ?nd salesman witb \V. A- S. I'h:pp? A Co.. of !.o?ton ?nd New Vor?; Fan.-haw, : -wo other In I 1 t**"? importing aad comm;??:on house of Wlaser A Tailor. later t. N. A W. H Tailer A Co.. a* Rs ret: red from ad liaess in !*"?. In : - 1 . ? r irarried MiSS lara. daughter of Thomas I for more than fifty ; yiar? at 11 WaahiaS*tafl Square North. Mr. and Mm Tailer had slsrap* k?pt the hou?? at ; that a : heir home. Mr. Tailer'? clubs included the' ser of the eholai Boriety, ?. diroetar in the (Irrmar-American Rank nn.l the New i aad Mortga? tas of the Gre? nwich Sav ':?nk. ?hen Mr. Tailer Tailer. his daafaWr, Mrs. *i and Mrs. T. Suf Aher ?lauehter?, Mr? H urnett, of California, and Mrs. t. Whitney Carpenter, also The faaeral ???nice? will be con-. -. Dr. Tercv SUekne?/ ?lock in the ? SSiOB, Fifth Avenue and Tenth Str<-tt, of which Mr. ? a vestryman* G. 0. P. OF COUNTY UPHOLDS WILSON - Committee Pledges Sup? port in Sustaining Rights of Nation FORMER CONVENTION SYSTEM FAVORED Return to Straight Party Voting, Except for Judges. Also Advocated The Republicsn County < ornm.ttee at , its meeting last nisr'n?. adopted r?solu- , tions uphold.ng President Wilson ia ' the present international cri.su a-..i ! favoring* miver.-a! military training;. The resolution upholding the Presi? dent was introduced by Dr. Rufus P. Johnston, chairman of the con.:: on resolut,ons. Hen?-*; L. Stimson spoke '? in favor of it. The rooohltioa says in part: "Wh-vea?. |ha Presiden: of' the United S'ates has caused the severance of diplomatic rolatioaa with the inn ' penal German government, and "Whereas, the Pressent declared that should occ_. for furtht BCtiOfl he would submit the mat'er to -. authontv *o u?e such means as he BBig. \xy for the protection of Americans in the pur-Mit of their peaceful and legiti? mate errands on th. high seas, there lore be it "Resolved, That the Republican Com I of the County of New York ap prara said action taken by the I ?o i.nhol.i our ritrht? a? a ?ov B nation, and pleuge thereto our I loyal support.-' Party Contention Advocated Ezra P. Prentice, . at the I Committee on Ameidments to the ? Elttetian Low, labmitted ?? report ap j proving m a return '? 'old convention system of nom; ?ates. The report was tiled for ' action at the nex* sjaotias;, on March 2. The ( omm:t*.re on Amendments to ! the Election Law reported in favor of j the so-called Marsh bill, which pro i ridoB for the nomination of eaad Py designation by a psrty convention ' followed by a primary election. That } means, in substance, a return to the i ?! eonventiea tyttam of nomination?, with the proviso that, the voters may aiterwanl approve or disapprove of the ?lates at the pr;rr..i: . .'.--ion. The committee favored an amend runt that would include v.omen >? tiers at the poll.? on election day. ] bo law now only refers to men as watcher? and the committee recom? mended a change, ?o that cf ttV -ates may b- SB vatchT." ra\or Straight Part* \o(ing The committee favo- .ption of the ballot to permit ?trai.-hr ? teapt for judicial offices, which shou rale ballot. The reiort bIso favored I m?*re thorough examination of elec? tion officers undi-r the jurWiction of ? on. Col lin H. fVao4wafd ?ubmitted a minority report oppos.ng separate bal fer judicial cand.date*. Gordon Kr.ox Bell made a minority report i against the propoaal for straight party \ et t.g on the ballot. The I'nn'?-.* committee recentlf hold tkroe paUiC hearing? ?>n the ?iue?. ? .on of amendments to tl law, at which repre were present from the Board of Elections, ta? RoaaB-lieaa Club, the New York Young Re] lob, the ( ltnens L'l iea and the Honest Ballot Associa? tion. -a GENERAI. ElAVAKD A. ( AMPHEI.L Bri-radi.-r General Edward A. Csmp boll, ???verity-'hree yars old, of '.he New Jersey National (?uard, retired, a veteran of the l'ivil and Spanish-Amer? ican wars, died yesterday at his home \m .. ->var... General Campbell enlisted as a private in Compan) I . I'? r\? Corp.. ifl was promoted to a corporr.l, hi* retired to the ranks and was mustered out in ISM. He joined the 2a) Rof ional (?uard. in l?-'9, became can'ai-i of CaBB pany C and resigned in 1872. Two years later he BaCBBSS BSaJoi of the 2d ry, and ?ras t^raasfenrod to *he g;ment. He later became lieu? tenant colonel, colonel, br. dier general and brigadier general of I Brigade. During the Spanish war General ' Campbell command'-d the 1st Regiment, New Jersey Volante? Infantry. H? voluntarily resigned in 1911. For many year? he was engaged in the tobacco manufacturing business with h.s father. David Campbell, but retired when the latter died, in 185*1. He leave* one son. Marcu* Campbell, of Brooklyn. IMPORTANT Engagement. Marriage, Birth. la ?aff nutria m and Has? h Vaticc? moj b? tr.ephon.-d tit The I r ?inior an*, Mate np to midnight fur io.rrtion la lb? ??asat da) ? papar. Jn.t .?vil Beekman 30?U ?ad read th? notlre a? s.iu ?? ,?h It inserted. Ulli for same ?Hi he mailed ??> ,n later. The notice *? ?U reach ,.??T lOOiajO rraaJcr. dail*. BIRTHS BSTEIN February I, Un? Ialand ?g? H>?i"a!. Brooklyn, to Mr aad Mr?. E. Ellen, tern. ? ton. ENGAGEMENTS MsKkS VtKINBEKt?. Mr?. J Weini>a?*r*g. ?f ? . 3. | ?: - ,r.?-?? th* <n Hlfamfnl of her ?laughter. Evelyn Ruth, to .Samuel Marks, of ?H East 5?th sC Re? ception a? th? Vienna. Hi Eaet 58th at., ay. February 25, 8pm No card? MARRIAGES BKUR. TIFFANY ???t.ir-tav. February S. by the Rev Georg? C. Houghton. D. D, Je?,.- ,. daughter of Mr. and Charle?. O. Tiffa: King Be-rv. of Northbridge. Mas?. CARPENTER TAYLOR In Medford. Or?. ?a I flflrnei-.. ?'. ?g B*M Re-. Dr Gannon. \v : I'nrrett Taylor, ?laughter of Mr?. IflBBBfli E. Barrett, of Chi.ago. to Leonard ( ar: the late Alfred f. Car \..\s- , ork TOWM.KY-SEARI M BEOI.EY On Tuet*. day, ftOt I ?aaifl Begley. youngrst daughter ? f William Rear?* Beg mt, at Dublin, to William Francis Durham irla. Irish paper? pleas? ?"op> V",ll**<)N CLARK. Thur-dr.-.. I- 'ehruary '. '. at Grace Chureh chantry, by ?he Rev Dr Charles L. *i':.i"tery, Mi-y <ie Forest, da'irh-, ter of Louis Cratrtord Clark, taa? et New YmsA, tfl the Rev. Charles Chase \\ I ?ton. DEATHS ATI ?a. James Muller. William liacku.?. i Maas?Hetma \ . Inn:e? E O'keeffe. Jane Behan, Wil!i?m t) Suilivan. Margaret ? -, Hear) J. Outwater, Ri?*hard "en A -.-phen J. Bluemlem, John Pitt?. Charles B. lirair.ard, Au.?tui liait, Hannah s -??? ,,r Arthur C '?!a?-i,?n !.. Reimer*?. Hermann Rolfe?, Frederick J. ??erlee, Richard g M K. Stmr, Jeanette ?na* Strome. Emily W. ?- John Henry Schenck. Anna ?.AlleeC. .-1,-hmell. B?ltha.sar Hall. William \ Schmidt. Jacob W. Bombutoer, ' h?rl?a W Schnei.ler. Daniel ?-?-.st ???JbI Holikamp. Charle? Sidney. Violto .?imi'n. I'.er-iard Inglis. John Stein mar. Helen I'eter V. Snare?, Oflflergfl K Koehler, John ,- v-trgaret Krone-, F.. A., ?r Tail--. E. N Lawrence. A. R. Thompson. William P ?- -k H. Tucker, Arthur C. M Van Bnint, Mary M. ? ell, Frieda Vogel. Anna E. M M Y Walk *r. Marion D. "?".[??a Waje, Hermann M 'anrw E. T. Warner. Fmraa D San en, I.ewl? IN MBIOatUM Abraham. Har-? ' ' I flHM B, John -nidt, Anna I'iti?imni,,-i . ?Orr.eli ?W?wt, William H. I.?-kes. William-, M. E. (?G. and M ALLEN Fafepaatf 14, Jame?, ?ged |g, ha? lo*. ?*d hushaml of the late Catharin? and beloved tatttOr of I Ha-ry an?l Ern?~t Allen. Kelatise? and fn?>nd?. al?o men? een of w s. Han.-o.-k Coanrtl. M PWtal iTcaaaia, |R?/Hed to attend the fu iien.l ?ervire at the ,-iiapel of the Stephen Man '?. R.rial sml Cremation Company. I ik-nth a-. . .-orner l*th at Notice of ? h,*re?'?er BA< Kl I ? --.arle? D., suddenly, at Mont olair. N. I , on February IS, NeflaM of funeral hereafter BANKS AI lei-aey City, WadaflfldflO", Fei-.ru ary II, li'17, James E. Hank?. Funeral W*s>*rrn??* * P-,~hvterian ?aeatt and Magnolia av? , on February IS. at % p. m BKH.W B|?, F.-hrua-s- IS. William Behan, helovwt son of Hannah Behan ? nea am an-l thfl it'" Janes liehan and brother of Thomas Behan. E'ineral f r m ? ?? ?M 11 Seventh av., on Fri ?lay, f-el.rnarv 1.'., at t*.-It? ?. m. : thence to **lala,*hv? Church, where a man? will be offered for ht? ?oui. Interment Calvary CflBflflB BlI.I?II M SER Kntered into rest, at Yon a"? ,4? , r? ,_?? i ?: i ?v rms?w U\v// ?-/ X. WEEKLY,'/. WINTER CHICAGO ??v>LOS ANGELES >fer l.e**?r'W fc* ?ericas Finest Train ?4 ; ti?* /iisiii un On .' ?a E-?a??rn I'aaa. Art-, "rw York City. ' 11132 n* -.,? ?H?. I ? ' hera. W. Y, ??? Febroarv 13. Hanry Jeroro? I Bil?ih?ia?*r, belovad husband of Kos? N. BiMhauaer, in bis ITth yaar. Funeral pri vat?*. Albany paper? pleaae copy. BLAKE -^-HldMly. Ft-bnaary 1J. at her BSSB? ?enre. 130? Briatow ?t. Bronx. Mra. Rilen .\. Blake. Ponera. Friday. February 1*. at Mam.: thence to St. Aitaraatine'? Church. ICIBa at. and Frar.alin av. Solemn ro . m ?il?. Internent private. BU KM It IV -Johta. at \?*4 Putnam a? . Brook:;.!., on Kebruar/ U. lS?t7. a?:??! II ???..na-r?! from Fifth German Preabytenaa i"burch. BBAINABB- -At HatVlam. Conn.. Fe?-.a '. ?matin Brainard, father of Helen A. . Brainard and brother of Owen Brainard BROOKS Hanoi Las?, widow of the law rhaiina.? H. Brook.. S? years old. on Thur-xlay. February 15. Funer?! private. at her late raaidcr.-c. IU R?*ckview ?t.. Hainfie.d. N. J.. Fri?lay. february 16. at 3 p. m. BBIMMiRHOFP On Wedn???lay. February 14. mi, at her r-ai.denee. 1?.- Wiljoughby a?. Ur.ao.^n. J-earnetta Owen?, bvlove?! ??ife of John C. and mother of Jeanne" e and Dr Wa'ter Jame? BrinckerhofT Fu? neral ?ervice r -iday ?veaing at i o'c?oek Inlei-nunt p: ivate. BI'RNHAM We,<ne?dar. Februar*/ II C Burr.ham, in hie l?Hh year. Funer?' ?ervi?e? a*, residence of hi? ?on. .5! Ste. Iin? >t . Flatbush. Friiiay. February If. ? t I y m. CARPENTER A S . at the Baptiat H.*m<. BBB1 I 4, aged IL Funeral 'rom Ku Avenue Baiti.t Chur.h. B:.?ikl>r, OOCn At Fiamneld. ft J . on Wednes? day. February 14, Ml, Caroline Elixa beth. widow of the late John ?'. Cock?, in | the y*ith year of her age. Funeral *<*r \u*a? will r?e held Sunday evening from her late residence, ?J" Wesrervelt av.. North Flain?eld. Interment in Gr??>nwood Cemetary, Brooklyn. N. Y. t i'*-. NOR On Februar, 14, Thorna? Connor, native of Hock da lav England F-ineral from Sheehy a 8ulli?r?n'?. l*?l Third M . ?m I '???lay. February 1? at 1 :J0 p. m. CORDING Entered into reat on Wed->e? day. February 14. PIT. John Henry Cording, in the S?iUi y?*ar of hi* age. Fu? neral service? at hi? late r*?rlerI?? Academy ?t., Astoria, N. Y, on ?rs-tat?. I -h.-uary IS. a*. S p. m. Intern-?: ? uraiay morning. GI.EY8TEEN February IS, in Peking. China, of pneumonia, Alice Carter, wife of the Rev. William H. C.ieyateen. and daughter of the late Theodor? R. C?rter, of MontcUir. ft J. HA1 .1. February 14. William A H?ll. aged a 72 year?. Service? Stephen Merritt? ? Chapel, ttt Eighth av.. near iil-t ?t. Time later. HFMB! Rf.ER CkBRBBI W, at 1337 Fluah ing av., January 31, aged 41 Funeral from i -??. German Pre?!). K WllltssssBarg. ' HENDRICKSON Mrs. W.?iam' E . at 5?"> Washington ?v.. Manner? Harbor, Febru | ary H. aged "?')? Funeral from Church of CfcrUt | BOLL'STKB- At Newark. N J . on Thor? aiav. February 15, 1317, Foui- K: ire ne Hol hster. ft ? , hu'ban.l si Kinma I.?>nl Hn| li?t?r. in hi? ?llth year, Funeral ?ervice will be held at hia late home, MS Clinton .i . Newark, on Saturday, February '.7, ? p. m. HOL7.KAMP On February 13, Charla? H'il'kump, in hi? S3?! year. Rela'iv?". and friends are invited to attend funeral ?ervice? at hi.? late residence, 745 Eaat -t.. .>n Friday evening, at 8 p. m. HOPPER Fob-uary 13. 17? 17. at hi? ml dense, M We?t. 103d ?t. after a ?hort Hi? ?es?, Albert Hopper. Funeral private. Interment at Huntington. L. I. Hunting ton paper? pleaae copy. IN",1.18 Jonn ??tonesetter). lyx-al 84. ac rulenUMy kille?! in Philadelphia, Febru? ary 14. 1917 Funeral service? at hi? late re?ia!crice, 95* Anderion a?., Highbridge, Friday, i p. m. Interment at Woodlawn ery Siitui-day. 2 p. m. KIl.OIREY Pe^er V. Kilourey. aged 21. lie loved ?on of Hannah KiliHirey. Funeral frr.ni r.ia late rriiaience, 24i7 Kighth av., 1 riilay, February I*. '.' p. m. Interment I Calvary Cemetery. I KOEHLER At his residence. HI Eaat 115th -t.. John Koehler. beloved husbard of Anna Koehler I nee Schmidt. Funeral ? Saturday afterna>on, t o'clock. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. KRONE? Suddenly, on February 14, PaUSt A. Krortas. ?r., at his re?idence, .154 PUUt .:*h ,t. belov-fd husband of Bertha kr.n?? and father of Em?t A. Kronas Funeral ?ervice? on Saturday, at 1 p. m. LAWRENCE Entered into ra?t. ?fter . Brill iMne?.?, Hon Abraham Riker Law rerce, former (rflBOaBS of the Supreme Court and ?<n of the Hon. John L. I.aw rence. Controller of the city, in the 85th year of his ag?. Funeral ?ervice? at his late r??>ialenc?. PJ Washington Placa, on Sat'irday, February 17, at 11 a. m. MAPI.KS On VV??lri??<!ay, February 14, IMT, F-ealerirk Hyde Map!??, after a ihort III ne?#. Fun?-rat ?ervieeji from hi? late raai -, f'aamly av.. Port Cheste-, N V, Friday. February IB, at 11 *M a. m. MAKIJAN Bamllch, at 412 West 4-?th ?4.. February 14, aaed 53 Funeral tnSB St. tfett !'-* Chura-",. MARKWELL On February 14, at 27 W?-?t l'.th ?Baa, rriada ? .'??low of Marcu? M. Varkwell and kSBSBOd mother of Nathan M. Markwall, in the 8'-th year of her .ige Fun?ral at the convenience of the family. Chicago. Milwaukee a'id San Francix**? ??aper? rlea-"? ropy. MF.RSHON Mr? Mamie Young, at M laSaffl av , February 12. ^ed 17 Funeral from t'nion Evangelical Church, ?"c'.legr - MKVEK February IS. Eliia Meyer, ared !>" Funeral ?ervice? at the Stephen Merritt Burial and ''remntion Comriny's new Harlem Chapel. 2343 Eighth a?., near I st, Thursday morning, 10 o'cloek. - MORSE Tue-..lay. February II, Fran^?*-? E. Tra?k. wife of Horace J. Morse, at 820 St_ Mark? av.. Brooklyn. Funeral ?ervic?*? ?t her late residence, 2 .10 p. m.. Friday, K?b 1 ru?ry 18. Ml 1.1.EN M?ry Vullen ?nee Oannonl, be? loved wife of the late Jam?*? Mullen, na? tive of Killoran, Caxjnty SMgo, Ireland. I Funeral from ?he r?-?idence of her .la ..-' 1 ter. Mr? Catherine Peter?on. .4*1 Ea?t 30th ?t., ?aturday, February 17. a* a. m. : thenee t.? ??. Stephen'? t.'hurch. where a ?olemn hi?rh man will be ???'..1 for the repine of her ?oui. Interment Calvary Philadelphia and Jersey paper? pleaae copy. M1LI.EN February '..i. IMT, William ya?ars. Services Stephen Merritt-? Harlem Chapel. JOI ar. We?t l-'iith ?t Time later. MVNZ- February 14, Norma A Mur.i. aged 52. Ser ice? Stephen Merritt? Harlem chapel. 30 1 West 126th ?U. I riday even? ing. 8 o'clock. O'KEEFFE On February II. 1?17. Jane 0'Ki*erTe, ?i?ter of Alf*ed J. O'KeerTe and the late Rev. Dr. Chart?-? M O Keeffe. Rea'uiem ma.?? at St. Francia Xavier'. Church. New York City, on Fri-ia ruary IB, at ID o'cloek a m. Ol TWATER Pastaic. N. J.. Febru..-. ItlT, Richard Outwater. in his 77th year, f iT,er?| service? at hi? late reaidence M 1 enninarton av., Saturday, February I ", at O-Sri.l.IVAN* Margaret, beloved da.?**? * of Ellen Moraity and the lata Jaree? O'Sullivan and niece of the late Edward Moraity. of Cartercivaen, County Kerry. Ireland. Funeral from her late rwlalene?. 22 Manhattan av., on Saturday. February 17. at 9:3u. thence to the Chureh of th? Ateen?ion, where a maae will be offered. Interment Calvary. PATTERSON On Februar-,- IS, 11". ?te phen J., beloved ion of th? late Thoniaa J. ? -I Matilda Patterson, at hi? re?iden?e, 597 5?<-ond it , Brooklyn Solemn re?tul?m maae will he ofcred for the repon? of hi* ?out at th? Church of 9t. Fi*ancU Xavier. - ?th av and ? arroll at., Brookly F?+.ruary 17. 1917. at 10 a m. Kmd,> omit flower?. Intermant private. PITT? At Go?h?n. NY. I ebruary ', 4. 1317, Chart?? B. Pitta, aged 74 year? and I da*-*- Funeral ??rvtraa at hi? late re?i ?lenre. II Murray av., 0??h?n. N Y . Kri- ? day aftermoen. February 18, at 2 o'cloek. ? PLATT Suddenly, on February 14, in her . ??"-th year, Hannah Platt, widow of Mor* ri? Platt anal mothwr of L?o and Charlea I Platt, Mr?. RetMeea Buaeh, Mr?. Perry j Philip?, Mr?. Charlea Salomon Funeral ' from he- Ma raaiidene?. JO? West 1 Mtk ?L, Friday aaorning, at 10 e?lark. Inter- | ment Salem Field? C?m?t?ry rtTKF.B On F?4>r?jary 14. 1917. at hu late I r?ald?r?c? In I'clham, N. Y . Arthur CurrW | Pucker, formerly of Nyack, M. Y . young e?t aon of the late George W.\nd Ann M "raaaas, ?f N?w Yerk City. Natis? at tw | orrai licrea?tex. REIMERS- On Sunday, F-t-wi-uary U, 1?1T. Hermann Reim?r?, forarierry of N?w York, at his home, the Elm?, Span?*rd?' Rotvd. Uampstead Heath. London. England, ut hit CHh yesar. ? ROMES On Wet*n?s?4ay. February M. ?SIT. at hit rtasida-Dce. 440 W?a?t 14th ?t?. F-r-ad? rick J.. belovad ?usband of Oa** Rohe? ??;?? Kickar?. in hi? (1st yaar lUlathraat and frieosa?. also New York "Caatral Schua-tten Corpa. C?ptala ?Gaoa-g? Bartat?i Bund. Platt?lwtateher Volk?f?at Varflla et Menslager Verein. Genier Freun<sarh*fta New York. Retail Win? and Liquor Detl? ers- Ass?x-uttion. Ninth District and Lutheran Brotnerhosxl of St. John'? Evan ?ahVsal Church are rwapea-tfutly invited la atten?) '.he funeral ?ervtee? at 81. Jeha'? Evangelical Lutheran Church, 81 Christo? phe- ?t.. un Saturday, tb? 17th inst-, a? 1 30 p. di. In'.? rment at L?tate? ?a Cemetery. 8ArTEKI.EE On TF.ui-s.Ur. Febi-siar?/ II. ttlT, at hit rt??i?i?n.?e 1?! East Iflth ??-. Richard Sherwood satter.ee. belovad bi*a band of OflavkflSfl Sever?.?? Ssttorta? anal ?or. of Sarah and the late G?-? rg? B. Sal M in hit 57th y??r. Funeral tev victt? ?ill be held ?t St. (?ton*?? ChapeL *.t^?se??aiit Square and !?sth ?t (?eat of Itiird ?v.?, on Saturday, February IT. at .*. m Interment private. 8A\ ER flfl Monah Chapter, No. fts7. O. B. < -i.tars You are requested to at tamal the funeral ?er?ice-t of Jeanette Sa****?, en Friday, February IS. at '.<? a. ??.. ?I Maitin Piekt Chapel. HI L?iioi ?v. SCIIENCK Aura in? Artman?. be^srstd wife of Fred C. S,*hen?"W. on February 14, Funeral from her late rtatiilatttie, Paret av.. Long I?l?n.l City, on Er. day. ?t J p. ni. Interment in Luthera? Cemetery. S< HMEI.L Balthasar, a' Iti Suydam ?t , February IS, ?ged 19. F'initral frtsm ritot ?Jerm?n Pre?h?t?rian Church. E Wi.'luantt Imrg. SCHMIDT Wedneaday. February 14, 1?17. VB Schmidt, ?on of th? lato Will? iam F Schmidt. Funeral aervic? at HI* X ?erdam av , F'ri?la> , 11 ?. m. S< HNFIDER Daniel, at H1 WinihltM ?t. Fi.igew.xHl. Kebmary .'. ?fled M. Euner?! (i.Ttiaii I'retbyterian Church. lia-nshurg. ? SCHOLL Augutt. at M Fairview as . February ?, aged M. Funaral from Fir?! C?an?li rre?|,yterlan Church. E William?, h.irg. - SHEA Jeremiah, holitved brother ?>f Honor? bro'hrr-in-law of the I?te Oenn. Sh?a. formerlv et ?he Seventh Ward. Ntm York City. Funeral on Friday, February 1"?. from his late re-i 1er,?-?. '.'3 East 77th ?t.; th? nee to the Cbureh at li *'e?n Bop tiaU. Tilth ?t an?! Islington ?? . wh?r? a requiem mas? will be h?ld for th? re Literment C?Iv?i-y Cemetery SIDNE?! Fun??r?l servies at th? tunera! Ch I av. ?***h and <7tb 'Campbell Building. Tim? laUr. A'l.plee? Actor?' Fund. SIMON Bernard Simon, of Raga?. SwiU?*?. l?n?l. ?u.Menly, February H. STFINMAN Hel.-r . beloved .laughtsn* ot Mr and Mr?. Vi-tor steinman. in h?r 21a? \,*ar, February It Funeral ?eriieea w?r? held at her late re?i?letii-e. sit Forest ?v , Bron?. February 15, ?t 10 HO a. m. 8TRONC, February IS. 1317. Emily W. ?laughter of Um '?te Itotarrt ?nd Sarah M. Strong ?nee Holm.-??, in han? ?4th year. rNi neral ?ervicaw at th? Chapel et the Horn?, I ??. an.l Amiter?lam at?.. Saturday. ??ary 17. at 9:3" a. m. Bl'AREZ- On February !4. 1917. Georg? k,vh.*ll Haiti, belovrt ?on of Kato ard the late Manuel S-iarer. Funeral from hi? late residence. 6"?3 East SKth ?t.. on Fri? day at 2 p. m. Interment Cavlsrary. SI LI.IVAN V New-sort. R. I. Margaret Sullivan, ?be ?*lo*.ed TTo?her of ?iha lato ha- .el and Edward ,*u!llv?n, formerly of tbe ?ith W?H, Manhattan. Funeral fron? ?der'aki-ig par!?,-? of .loeiaph H B?k?r Whelar'.i. IT < ity Hall Plaire, on Fri<i?r. February IS, at ItM a m. . ?olemn masa at St Andre?*/? Chureh. Duane ?t_ and Hall Plave. at l?i a. m. Interment Calvary. ? TAILER En'ere?! Into r-?t. after a brief illnaaa. at H? late residence. ?1 Washing? ton Square North. E. N. T?i>r, in th? IM yaar of his age. Funeral servira? at the Ch.irrh of the Asrenston. Fifth St. and I ?th ?t., at 1? a m. on 8ati??r*lay. Februar; 17 THOMPSON On Fehruary II. William P. Thon*,*,?>on, ?on of the lato Charle? S. ?nd Sarah A. Funeral MTTtflfl IB Friday, J p. m.. at 1?39 Vyre av . Bronx. TTCKEK On February 14. |?1T, at hi? ratti den.e. P?lham. N. Y. A-vi?- Currie Tucker, formerly of Nyack. N Y., young? est on of the late George W. and Ann M. T?rke-, of New Y?.rt? City. Kelativ? and friend? ara invited to attend th? aervkaa on Saturdav, February 17, at t:M p. m., in ?? Chur-h. Nv-trk. N. Y Train Itava? .[?f-aey City via En? Railroad at 1 J4 p. fa. Interment private. VAN BRINT Mary Manr.ret, infant .laughter of John LflflBB ?nd Nabelt "T*t??**aip ?r.n I'ottar Van Bnint, ?uddenly, at Weal? Tue?.,?:,. F-bniary 11. 1117. - VOI.EL Sudden,?, on Tuetjd?y, February It. \rr,a I . '.?--?hie' si Oer'rud? and the late Frsvleriek Vogel Funeral oorrieee were held a ? ?? , corner Mi? ..' 1 p. m., Thur?d?y. February 15- ? Wtl.KFR Dtad t?*td?*?Vnrj on l-ebruary 115. I Dssight W?lk.-r, belovad wif? of ?m I?aa,- 'Ai.i-r M RM of fun?r?l hereaf'er WAJE Entered into reat. Wedn<j?<*ay. F?* ruary It. 1r?',7. Hermann Waj?, dearly be? loved husband of Anna M'*.<-r and father o' Hermann and Edith W,;e, in hi? 41th yajar. I uneral ?ervice I- n.lav evening, t oVIook. at his late re-siden.-c. :,.r,R We?'. is av. Elk?' oor ?t 7 p m. Relative? and friend?. aUo members of ?iehrder Freundarhaft Buad, New y?,rk I.. <!?r. No '. B P O Etk?. ?re re?pes?tfully invited to attend. Inter? ment private. ? WARNER On Tiesday. Febnury It, 1*17. ?t her home, -,s? ?AVt lc>th ?t. Emma D. *A?rner, widow of '.'. ? A Warner and the At ?? ? J?~?e Brush. Fu? neral ?wr-.iVe at Mil Watt 14!-th ?t. ?sei Sat r,(r, February 17, S *<V) o'cloek. Interment la Creen?<*?*, (emetory San Franriaro paper? p|ea?e ropy. WII.KEN On February It. ?after a linflser ing il?.e-t. I^taia Wilken, aged 70. Fu? neral from the ratidanec of hi? ?on-ln-law, I^o (.ottoaman. 17 Eaat 122d at?. Baturtlay afternoon at 2 o'eloek. In M emoriam ABRAHAM In m?*mory of our affartionata ?on. Ilnrry, who died Febrsjae, JJt tM4. - DE MILLS In loving memory et Heart -, ?ho departed this llf? ' -bruary l*i. 1?1f,. Juanita C. 9. da New ?Orlasan?, I j . paper? pleaaa FITZflMMON- , mind ma?? the Churen of St. Greg I ? tb. at IS a m, for the r?po?e of the ?out of < ornelin? Fiuslmmons. father of th? Re*.. Jame? and th? Rev. . ..rneliu? Mtaaim rron? LACKRY In a?flfl?a*?*| I ? -??d B Laa-la?. died F el r h .. ,'x.wry. MEi'KI.FM la n-.emory of G?^>rge G. Mttk kaa, llll ?r*l Mary Dakin M?*-k!?ia. l?U.? 01 ONNELL John. Anni? *r.?ry ma?? to? morrow, at 7:3ft a. at., i burrh of Bletaed Sacrament. 7!tt at. and Broa.lway. SCHMIDT Anna. In laving mtatary et a desotad wife and mother, departed F?wt? ary ::>, \r\S Hi?'.*?nd ?nd f'hlUlyaa. sSI*-?T In cheritbed ?nd laving ?t?n?ry et ?n H. Ililly. Wai, who paatad ???? ..-. II, IM a IL! I ?. MB In mat^tat^ of M. E. Willlan??. ? ny ?ears dirertor of home aaottotaV*? of the public ?chnnl? of New York whe pa?d away Fehntary 1.'. I ?IS rler teacher? wish to rsr-ford thatr arpraelfltiefl of her friendly interest in them, h? failing enthiisiaswi in the ??tottaion of he work and her ?ide-pread influent? for tbo bettermant at the Itoma There wit! he a memorial maaa in tea lady Chapel et St Patrick'? Cathedral me Saturday. February IT, at 10 nVio.-k, far Mr?. Mary E William?, late director et , hatne ercnomie? Her teateher? tro > to he pisnenV ? ? MITFNir?* the ?vooni..\w*si sinr.ii.si 2. ' * - bal* ?if ?mall ?IM for aal? otfi*.. :* t?a? m si? N- *?