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For U. S. Export Trade - for the c .pot t I V 11 Ps'd?a in, of tl ? S _' rrton. in an a?.clre?? be \,!.,r M*a most ?he e ? ' lid, !'? othet t echo a? ? \ Do Yours Look Like These? Brown-faced, vigorous, healthy youngsters ? sickness never troubles them. ])ri yours look like these? Or does constipation, the chief foe fo n healthy childhood hand? icap them and make them the prey of the many ills that less sturdy little folk are heir to? Nujol is particularly valuable for relieving constipation in children, as well as in grown-ups because it doesn't uf>set the stomach, cause diarrhoea or form a habit. Itact9 as a simple internal lubricant, encouraging and facilitating the natural activity o? the bowels. As Nujol is not a physic but a lubricant, it docs not gripe or upset the system. Being tasteless, it is not unpleasant to take. The Standard Oil Company (New Jersey? has used its world-wide resources in producing Nujol and its reputation is behind the product. Nujol t.. the only remedy fist con? stipation tve manufacture. The genuine sold only in pint bottles bearing Sujol trade**narl\ All bottles filled at our Nujol plant, absolutely modern and sanitary. Write today for an instructive booklet on Nujol and its uses. STANDARD OH. COMPANY Baycnne We? Jeeeer) New Jeriev You w??! enjoy drinking KAFFEE HAG for two reasons First Because off its delicious aroma and flavor. Second -Because 95% of the sleep disturbing drug caffeine -has been removed. Qrlnk KAFFEE HAG and enjoy your sleep as well as a delicious coffee. IN THE B?AN OW.Y KAFFEE HAG CORPORATION :25 Fifth Avenue Ktvt \q~'a Telephone: Madison Square 35J4 su.'*n.? ?r ?n| >.__?. II ____? imr*a\***m Mayor's Committee Urges Conscription Resolution? Declaring It the Fairest System Sont to Wilson and Congress ? . ig the Adi army bill : ow bef. < ongi versai militai tern," ami offered its Committee i I ? d -i ?. i;.i. .1 ? lut the f"??il probli m I . \\ i - cruil ?i . ? i w I. u-h t \ic eommitti <_. ged ;i* the pre &aid, it had al o created - m? rt the other inevitable prob ? th <? v, a i. nclud? ' ' .littee I ? -? i l chairman; ihr Relief < I homa i ? man; ? miijit tee ?m Medical Suppl I II Facilitiee, Dr. S. .-'. G tai I ? Alien . N Riddle, chairman; Committee on ' ?-, ? . ?? Orgai \\ ?lion, chairman : Spi \ II. Sp? ncer, chairman, and a women'* coopera) ing com m I Ruth Morgan, chairman. Suppli tarj commute? .-. i ?oui boi M r. St ra ?ghl dec la i ?*?! ? ha? a ol all the various local a. - ... mil* for I Volunteer Hospital Appeals for Old Clothes If you I'm*.*- an) old ?way ?end them t?? the Social Service of ihr Volunteer Hospital, Water and HcckniH-i SI< ' _c Cil January I the sei vice ha i given away more than I,Ooo garments to the hos? pital'i deititute patienl *'\Vo want tu discharge nur patient? ? quipped, bo 'hat they : hall have a fair chance in their figl life," the appeal sa? . "They cannol obtain ???- Brc dc clothed." I 'pon 11 ? ript ol ' i" ? phon? coi an\ package. J. W. Howorth Not Involved ? ?' ? ? ? : i-.ii ? ith a claim , presented again?? tl i ? ? . ; ead, '"? onk? i City CI? I, '.l I in . i i ) . Mil ? 'I In- -, ?* I '<? ?? ho actual' .... ploy ,. ' '.It ill.I Tl..' -rtr: . and \? a - nul ' I : : ?11. I< ? 1 to .rr'-T. !?? J, W, n..-. ...'?. who hold? th* - _ ..t cii>. M . Ho ? i mi -I - i Ihe article and th? proceedinm in an) way. I Music Cornus "Junior Orchestra" Gives Fourth Recital in ?Veolian I lall Louii l. Coi nu'i "Junior Orchestra" '. It f?iurth annual concert in - Aeolian II?!! yeat? r?li?y afternoon, of- j faring a programme of ymphonic pro-| portiona, interpolated with ?otsal and j ? The young musicians, none of whom looked more than fifteen yean "' ; d n docility and d which would have done credit to much maturer performers. Th rough ?nit the entertainment their unanimity of attack, ?-imple and unaffected con? centration Upon leader and score con tributed large!) t?> the artiMic and ..*? ? tilts which they in in?-'. ? '?'??i!.!' ' coi a ?> ?i small ant monument to the loyal woA Mr. Cornu has ?lone every winter for the last four yeats. Foi each Saturday morning ?luring llil seasoi. ha In? o appeared in public - them in ensem- I ble playing Especially creditable to M r. Cornu 11 the fact that 1"* gives] . te advance t he love of music among serious ama? ium and, without any material remuneration. ?ever. ! The "Nylic Choral Society" gave its i recital <i? the u \'*ol?an \ Hall lasl night, under the able direc? ti??:i of Bruno Huhn, The mixed ehorui ??'. ?th enthusiasm tempen d ?good taste, and \. ? ful in the mattei of tonal shading and diction, The "Nylic" ?on?-!.- ?a com po-ied of Mew York Life Insurance i ompany employ? Mme. Mario !.. Ranke t..*'- * i recitai ? iay al Delmonico'a. Miss Anns Bo etti, soprano of the Aborn Opera Company, sang. Ronulado Sapio was at the piano. Merchant Dies at Golf re W. MaeCutrhei n, a M? ? ant, dropped ?I? ad on the linl i ,? f the Club ??! Summit, N. J., ye*. Henry Trualow, hi.^ partner in the .ame, had Ium carried t.. the elubhouie, I ? ?> a? round that apoplexj had kiik?! lantly. M M - < ?????,. was fifty- i. vrnr? ,.'?l. id i ???-n for many yean pn ?dent of the . W MaeCutrheon Compan . ? I ;.i ;?:? t -.1 ? , I . ??< .., .1 M"?i, '.-.>_ ? i Hi lia?) K'fii a residen! of Summit for im yea i and had tak? i .-"i n.-tir inter-; . ? ?a eivle alTaii . He irai prnddent of the m Hi? ? ho was M -cd hi? dauabt? :?. Mi?. Mil? linn Pastor Die? After Assault loseph M. T. ? hildrcy, pa?- i ? Baptist Chun i ?u Had d, '- J . died in '-he Cooper Hos? pital in Camden yeeterda) of injuries . i wrhen assaulted and ro b> s n? __in at W i ? I The Rev. . h i Id rey wat .? t?? marry ? Reeve and Mis Marie l.nbott-1 1qtn Per MONTH ON /u PLEDGE OE PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK Applications for loans of targe amounts will ?e considered at the office at Fourth Avenue and 25th .'tree'.. MWH VI I'W Imnlli Avenue cor i'ltli Nr??l IIoi.il ?? Sl? ?.or. 1'iYinglr n St I a.I I loll." II bl.. ? i.i. I >r , St. Seventh Av.. bet. 4??l. \ 4'"il. Su. Lesinntoa A?., or. LMih St. i,iai") M.. east, iliniun St. I M . bet, Lniagtoa & 3d Avi. Eighth Av.. toe. 127* St. UK? INN ( Mirllamii A-... or. I-Wili Si RKOOKI.1 S Smiin M., i oi. LivtagskMi St, Graham Av., tor, Debcvoite Si? Piikm Av., cor. R". itmay \t, ?on when he wai -hot hv _ negro with? out warnin.:. Th?- assailant, before . v cHping. robbed bun of %t. N'i trac? of th?' negra na? been found. -? Baron Hengelmuller Dumba't Predecessor as Am? bassador Dies in Austria Berne. Switzerland. April 2ft. The li'hih of Karon HengelmBill i von llen '. former Au?tro-Hungarian Am-| 1er to the United State?, li re p? rted by the "Ne,i?-?te N'nchriehten," , of Munich. The Baron'? death oc curred at Abba-iia, a health report in Au?tria. He ??i sereaty-two year? old. Ran?; Hengelmuller became Minister| from Austria-Hungary to the United State- Deeei her, IV'7, and a ff* months later was made ambassador, with the raising of the legation to nn embassy lie served .? - amhaeeedor until Ut?, ?n 1912. His l?eeeasor was Dr. Conatantin Theodor Dumba, who pieaer.ted his credentials in April, 1013, and was recalled by hi? government at the rei'iie-u of the United Stater* ia September, 1915. m ? Rev. Dr. Elliott H. Thomson A ? sble receive?! yesterday l>v the , - pal Board of Missions announcei the death I of I BV, Dr. Kiliott II. Thomson. Archdeacon of Shanghai, s ho ?h? ordained ?" ?*t ??eorge'i Church here in 1860. v ?hdeacon Thomson who was In hi? ? ighty-fourth year, aided In establish* . i ri cr and developing practically all of the important enterprise-? of the Ameri? tan Episcopal Church in China. Re founded St. Luke's Hospital in Shanghai, now one of the large-t and host institutions of it?, kind in < hina. lie al'O helpe.l to found St. John'? School there, now St. John's University, with 800 students. About one hundred Chi? nese clergymen have been trained by Archdeacon Thomson. -a Glenn R. Guernsey (ilenn R. Guernsey, editor of "The editor's Press,*' published from his home, at X'A West Fifty-sixth Street, ?lied yesterday in Roosevelt Hospital of appendicitis. Mr. Guernsey, who was thirty?sia years old, is survived i by his wife, The funeral will be held i ;.? the \?-_ Y.irk and New Jersey Crematory in Weehawkcn to-morrow morning. .tJ*mM The Rev. W. H. Thomas i RrtaansO t" n* Trit-iinr) .-. ith Norwalk. Cama? April 2?. Th" Rev Ihoina?, noted Methodist ia- '??'. ?lied last nigbl after taro ?la;-?' illneas. He was hern in New York City In 1840. H? -v?* chaplain of the ith New Ha" l!?*_tinicii! in the Civil War and flmt chaplain .?II *. .?.n. Mr Tl ? ?I the eulogy n*. GeiKtral Benjamin Itutler'? Funeral. H ekman Hill Methodtal Epiaeopal Church, Neu Yo 171 to IS7?, Hlirl waa chaplain of th? A?anti Y ' B ooklyn, (or t*? aty five ycir.?. IMPORTANT Knanarment Marriage, nirth. In Memoriaia and Death Notice* mar he telephoned to The Tribune ?nj? I'm* up lo midaiiht (er insertion in th* n?\t ? I ?' ? paper. In?? ?ill Ueckman 3000 in?? rr*H th? nnlir* as ?ou w ?ih it In ?fled. Rill for same will be mailed to you later. The notice will reich oser 100.000 readeri daily. _: ENGAGEMENTS RRINKENHOPF BKAU8TEIN Mr. I^t enhoft t.? Mb Mer.i?*- Braustein. .KKIIWI) WALKER Mi > H-nnel. ?f Summit, N. J., announce-, the cn??_. tmen? of her niece, Ml i Jastn Eleanor Walker,1 dausnter of the late Mr und Mr<. William i Walker, to Mr. Donald Ronsaville * - land, alM Of Sun,mit, N. .1. MARRIAGES i:n\VAH!)S TOOK On Wedne ida V 1917, lit the ?'?Nitral Presh-? h, Ne ? Yorl City, b) the II?* Henry Jowett, Kdiih Elonii? I ? ?.. ?laugh- ' NOTE i?. .Hike Mir?* "t Scharr ask your dealer to-daj I" save VOUR copj ni Tht' Sonda*? rribune. Do you know llir kind of drivel sent out \i\- the publicity departments <>f the au? tomobile manufacturen and published as by most newspaper? > When you icad the twelve cylinder ar? ticle by CE. . Scharps in next Sundav'* Fnbune vou'll be thankful that The Tribun?* ?n't one of those papers. Mr. Scharps shows clearly that such au? tomobile "news ' matter is rarely important, frequently ridiculous and, what is more seri? ous, sometimes harmful. The specific instance he tells of the untruthful, dangerous claims of quick stop? ping made by a well known company should !>r lead by every motor car owner, dealer, and prospective buyer. The Tribune i* cleaning the automobile ad\ertising cylinders of free "news" car? bon. It is putting the brakes on this kind of exaggerated, stupid publicity. Don't miss the thorough overhauling Scharps give? it in Sundavs Tribune. MARRIAGES let '?! Mr a- r| Mr-. H' K*" '? ni Citar, to Jem?-? \ ? tei... .?..?? . ' " lamo? M Edwards, f ->h ?t . Now York Citjr. LI ROT MORR1 Mr tl ' M ? Kdmnnd Mnr?>, of Ridgewood. \ i . Mtaoai marriage of their daughter. Vargarc' l.ynd. to Mr. H,?*ard Kogei. | . Wedneaday, Arn! !5, ? R?' A. C. Met it?, r>. D. l.nlCKS MTBR1 On ? HT, by Dr. George Alexander. ?I tnr ['.?.hyterian Church, on Unlvt City, ?Uno Ann, dtughter of Mr?. Garrelt M> er., t,? William I ?o voy Lo MARSH ST. (I.AIR On Wtfats'sy, April ' 117, ?t Brooklyn. N. Y . by the P.? I r?nk M. Town I mow'* I'. K. Church. Mildred Iron*, daunt.- : lor of Mr?. Noiiio l. S' Herbert | K.,y?l ? \ ANDBRVOOKT smiiii .':. ?t Oiai?, ri? , ay the M Roger?, Eleam Mlddleten. daugii'. '..to Charle? I., and BliSabetil Smith, of Rronklyn, to llodney Van W'yok V?nd?rvoort, _'d Klorid? Infantry, ?on of ? Kranci? Kip and Kva l.oui?e Vandervoort. Oeala. 1 I?.. WHITAI.I. ? ?ISTKR Or, Wclne-day. April .. at Whit? Hall. Katon?h. N. Y . a. I Dr Hamilton. Jo?cphine l.urman, ... ing?ton (o?tor. to ? homa? Wistor V. i ? ambridge, Maas. John. Jelliffe. Hiram tamus, J Keating, H'-oixo' * J?n? Kemmer, En Blak?, .Johann*. K?nno.. Bros ?, char!?. II I entilhon. J. doT Brown. William II. I.eo-hford. William S. Bru??ol, Olga Leverleh. Anna ' , Buckley, Rartholomov Lttndon, Micha?! .m I.. G W. Campion. I'ati i ?',. Mahon, Kdward 0. ' ran?. Albert M. Mankowtki. Catimir S. Crumm?y. C?th?rino. Ms ery. Decker. Margare* I Martin. Catherine i>oi Rio. UeuiMien Mel Dent, John F. Montgomery, v.'mifrod Dillon, Jamo 'i. Francis P. Edward*, i .o? i a Mn?oii. Jeme? Rnriffht,Thesa-u Mullina. M 1 '? * Gasean, Ann? I'aeks ' lohn J. ?Sands, Esther H Harmon, K.mma M. Seavor, Anno?, V. I Haupt, H ?an. Cl ?A. Hou .o, , Martin Bloat, Holm I.. Hintelmann, Johi Stafford, "trthur N. Hogan, John Dtniol ?trattSS, To?? K. Holiiater, P, M. C. Voll, Hennen G. Heskier, Ronald w VYtlttsit R. P D K Housman. Onetka K, \v hocier. Thoma? k. H net l'otor AI.RKRS John ??ben, ???cd 17 rears. lu-: peral from hi? lato rcoMsnee, Ij. W< ' ?t.. on Saturday at 2 P- n*. later? mont I.uthoran Cemetery. \SMIS On Wednesday. K? , ''1T. ' Julius A-mu?, in hie "''?th year. KoU tivo? and t'rioiid' src re?peet?ull) invited to attend funoral -ervioei ??t hi. lato resi? dence, 529 East I4t"th it-, on Pride .April , |:15 p. m. Interment Sa?ui<l?y, i p. ;n. BESTHOPF On rue-day. April 21, "tth year, .Ian-, widow of Abraham Be-t hoff and ?tow.to I I ? ? .1 opimo v. Maurice ': ' ' ' l.ipfcld. Relativ? t I v itod to attend t'.io funeral from 1'etnpl? Rodeph Sholom. 63d ?t. and I ? ilngton av. ? on Friday, April :".. ut 10 ?. m. BI.AKi: tin April ??'. '? HT, Jol t ma Bis I (nee Crimmins!, beloved wife of Lawrence ?- Blake. I ancrai I ?m h? late i ??>? tit nee, 341 Eaal 137th ? . Frida . 10 s th? nee to mi. Jerome'i ?' ??!? <-.,,.i r |ui. I for th? ., ,. of h'i mil. Interment Calvary Cent? 11 BROW N v Mew Vi ? MotpUal. on Tu*-t ,(;?>. April ... 1917, ' ?aril li. B 1 iir"-ral -orx ice? si hi? IM? home, We?l :It'u ?t.. on i -May, April . BROWS William II.. Wednesd || ?/,, 1'itr, ride?! ton of MaDUIa Man? lej and William II. Bros n. vices n? th? Church of the Tran?ngura? tion, 29th it, between 5th :<n.l M ?vs., Friday, April 27, ?? il s m later? rlvate. BKI SSI-II. On ?Vpril >, s' White P N Y. Olga? wtsM of io?opii Bui"" Hsrriet B. While and tit? ,.? M .. Sophie Kohn and Janet ?ral at convenience of fain BUCK UN On Kati\ 21. 1917. BarUwIom? . beloved -on of Bartholomew end Bridget ?o Harfordi, Funeral from Ms ' lat? retidence, '?n West i-"?th t.. Frida*? mornln-c, '*'??' o'elocl : i-squiem ma?? ?'or pus i hri-? Church, I21?t -t. and Broad? . 1" a. m. ni R8T On April /?. after .. lingering ill? Joh i l... m in' ''""i- y?mr. n ? and fnovi? are re peetfull) invited le at? tend funeral ?ervl,. tl ", al I p. m. ? . ? ?MWFION on April 24. 1917, P? t amplon. I uneral from idei :ii Ra?< JSth it, on Friday, ?t : p. m Interment Calvery. CBANR On April 25. 1917. Mhert H ! -on of Higii and ?at ioo?- Dowling) ami hrothor of ?'?thortno, I'.lnaUth. Helen. John and Irene. I.in...I 11 om In" Info retidenee, Ud ' . on Ssturda . i,? . t!..Mi. Church of St Monica Interment t'al'.ar - t Rl MMF.Y Catherine, i r. i her 76th i tu.? IIKR On ^? nl ! i. 1917, Mergnrel I Soio-.od wife oi Eckha dt De is? and | ni.'thor of Kiln? I-. Ven Hi'" ami \m?o. M. Deeher. H uneral services ^' her lai? . .?<t I .'inth ?I . !? I riday, April 27, at S p. m. In' , r, , . -!OI >. Dl N r "Suddenly, en Wedneeday, April :'?. ' 1917. John I. Dent formerlj of tho lith Word, beloved brother of Peter and Ma? guerit? Dent i inersl on Saturday, April 5, (mni William ? olahan'? Undertaking Parlor., 133 Avenus B. at J p. *?? In? to, ment Calvary Cemetery. DEL RIO Suddenly, on April 25, at lior lomo, 7 Clonada PI??-e. Airuii?!On del Mo 1 uneral Friday, April 17, at 10 a in. In t-rment Calvary. Pl?a-e omit Bowere. DILLON Jonie?. holm.??' son of .lami-?i : n I the lato Catherine Dillon i no?. Ryan) I . sl from his lato ro-udeive, 20? W ? I Mth it, on FrMay, April ".", 1917, at ? .." -a ni. ; then? o to the Churrh at St. ? let Borromeo, where a mess uf raquiem v ill he celebrated, l.DWAKDS Arn! -"?. Leuisa, lielove.l mothrr of Catherine Kdward?. aged 79 mi . le? Stephen Merritt ? Harlem Chapel, toi Wo,t Urtth ?t, Frtoav eviiiii Inti rmont Woodlawn i emetery, Newark, N J . Saturday, at 11 o'clock. Newark papers pleaee topy. RNRIGHT <i. Vpril 25, 1917, Thoma?. .v. lo?,rd ?on of 'l'hoir;., and brother ??' and Robert Enright, native o? Bally?' Bunion. County Ke, i >, Ireland. Funeral fiom In? lat,> reatdenee, 311 East 7 '?? on Ha tard?t, at ''H ?. m . thence to tho ? hiiri'h of St J Intormont ? ?Ivary. FITZGERALD On Wednesday. Aprl Nora FHagerald, at her residence. I .'?.ut. .,. . Bronx. Funeral un Frida a' S a m. CBACAN On April ::,. 1917, Ann? Ueanan . tioe Farley), iwio.ed wfe of John 8 ?;?? i??n, at her lOM.iot ?. | l Kenn ore I'la?-?. ? ep?hea?l Bay, Brookly-i. Solemn r?-:vem tua-< at Church ?u. Bheepebead | I, Friday mornitiy, 111 o'eloek. Iiit,*ini?"iit ?al\??ry. CLKNNON On April 'J*,, John J., th- be-' loved hiuband of Catherine Ulennon ?nee ni. y uneral t rom hi? lat, roaldence Weal 4Nt ?t., on 1-riday. April J7, at .1. m. . tlion,? to St. Rapha.-r? Church. ?hero bums will be offeree for hi? totsL I ? I HARMON viddenl. i \ il :i. ?'?IT. i . '?!.. i ido ? " A?in n H. Ii i ! ni,oral tervltet ?t h?r late reiiden. ... , \.'...... I 1.1. iday ? oning. ? I .., al s o'clock Interment Green- : Ood Cenieteiy. HAl PT On April I in Francises, Hazel, aged '?1. beteved wf? of Augutt R ll?upt ?ivl di. ... vrt E. Davi?. ol Brooklyn, N. Y. Service? ihe i'unerai Chun h. Broadway, Mth ?nA "7th ?t?. iCaaspbell Building?. Saturday evening. I ill leave Broadway ?ml tf<Mi ?t. on Sunilay afternoon. . . ?BWEON teatmittml ?? April U, Martin Hawse a, aatiea al I laierlik Chy, Ireland. hi.?hand of Mary llewwin ?nee Harri?i and father of Mary, Auatin and Mr,. Frank M.-Doal. Funeral from hi? late ie?id*i;re. Ddert ?t.. Brooklyn, an I'rida). April !7, 9 a. m. Interment Caharv. IIIMKI.MASN John, beloved huaban.l of Catherine and father of Paul. William, Alfred, Jennie. Marguonle and the late Henry .1 . at Hum-Jon. N. .1 . on Ao 1!?:7. 1 uneral from hi? late rewldeii.c. on ?. m. ; th?'iice t ? the Church of the Holy Cro??. .? (ht, M J., Whose ? -olonin ro.pji?. i i...,., v. ,11 ho f'T?trd for th? repo?e of hia ooul. I|ii?.\N ,.ldenl>. on Ii v. . \rnl 24, fiatnol Hagsa. nativo of O?rry-Dufi! I'ari'h of Or-la, County l.unonrW, Ireland! DEATHS Relative? ?nd friend? ?r? reepeetfully in? to a'ten?! Ihe funeral on Friday. .??'ia m.. from the hi? dauahter. Mr?. Charle. H. Norton. '"-' J?ck?o-i a ' ty ?hence to thi h < lb? leered Heart, where a hi_rh rn??.s of rrx\n,r,? will 1-* offered for the happy repoae of hia ?oui. Boston yap??? ? H"i I Ujm Pbejfce Moore (onklin. April ????I !?*>, -. - i. -if?- of ?ieoige Hel l??'er. F unen I Friday. April :". at i o'clock. ?Ol --MAN' On April 22, 15IT, Onetha H. wraaa Bor?_e?i the Funeral ? h. liroadwar. ^?h and *7th ?U. -?.'..Mar afternoon. '? o'clock. Intermrnt private. H'iSKIKR Killed In act,on. ?omewr.? Krance, on April 24, Rona'd Woo?! Itoakier, and ?. ?on ?f Bairlel \ w uod ar.d II. ? Hoskier, "f South Orange, H / '? \: c-i. Ilyncs, tMtive . Irela'id, belovol I ?th lb im ?nee Fayi. and brother of Patrick. John and Michael Hynas, M-?. Mary Cook ard Mr?. Hele ? Bleaaon funeral from hi? late residence. ?Third av., on Saturday, April .-. ?' Solemn re??iiiem matt Church ??f the Epiphany, louond ?v., pese Clot 1 ?. B, Interment Calvary Cemetery. JKM.IFFK \* -a staek, imp, April 24. Man a... widow of Hiram Jellitfe. aired '.f. vea.-?. I uncral ?er.i,-< ? ?ill he held tuary T*ar!o.-?. WeatpoM.. l onn . on Friday. April '-'.'. a* I M p m KFATINl. I r. t>elov?d wife of Teren???? F. and mother of Thoma?. Ter? rero s.. Iieni?. anil Mary A. Keating. Fu? neral Friday, April IT, t:M a. m.. from her late residence, 2141 Black Rock av.. t nionport : thence to the Church of th? H??l> Family. Interment in Calvary Ceme? tery. MMMFR On April 25, Emily E. Kemmer i nee Wal ther I, beloved wife of William, ?r and mother ?if Florence K. ('hat - burn, aged f>. Funeral service Saturday oon, " o'clock, at he?- late reaidencr. I J7 Valentine Lane, near Riverdale ?v.. (ta. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.? KENNBDI Ol Veril 24. Maraarct he n?.l>- i nee AtieariH, beloved mother ft ? Kats, i moral fro? the re>i er daughter. Mr.. Mary KaU. i? Eaal 12th it. Saturday. April ? - MM II.HON Joseph d? l*< in Lent atre<| u year?, on Wednesday, April 1917, Funeral tarifa.?? ?'h?_rch ?f th? Aieenaion, Ith av. and IOth ??.., on Friday. !7th in ?t.. Il a. m. I.LTCHFORO William Slark, ?iddenl?. on tpril ... at hia home, Morrietown. N. J, Rom at New Orlran?, I?. September tl, hil late home on Satur ?lay. L'Sth, at lf_M a m LEY ERICH At Wurt.shoro. N. Y.. Tueiday. April 24. 1*17, Anna I... wife of Simeon B. I.eierich and mother of Eugene H. Van Zandt. Funeral from her late residence, Wurtabore, Friday, April 27, ?t 2 3o p. m. Interniert at Sylvan iVmeior*'. Wurtiboro. Albany pape/., please copy. LUNDON On ?.pril 24, Michael, eldest ion of the late William I.undon, M. I'., and brother of Thomai Lundon, M. P.: natl?.? of hilte^'v. County lime ?i,-'., I-cland. F'l from the residence of hi.? brothei. Huri- * I (2d -t.. on Fri : n. m. . ma ? n.' ireh ??i St. I'eiei- ami St. Paul. \ 159th i . Rronx. at 1" i I terment Calvary. MACt'UTt'HEON Suddenly, a? Summit. N. J., April 25, I'l.. George W. Mi. -.-. ?. ill b? hei?) ?I id? *, Wooderwt, Summit, -i . on Saturday, April ?t, ?' " t?. -n . on arrival of train leaving Hoboken at I :"') p. m. The tnemben of The l.inen Trad? A-*'0 ? iation of New York a:? requested to at? tend the funeral their late o? - '? at Minim'. N ?? . on >ati?rda HK.NRY H COOPFP. Prvid-nt ROBERT M'BRATNEY, Se.-retar>. MAHON On April 25. 1*17. Edward r>..r?e Mi.t. in hii *'."h year. H.-niii^-n ma?? ai Q,?rr; of All Saints' Church, Lafayette. a?.. Brapktya. o'clock, Frida) morning, April "'. MANKOW8KI 0 kpril 23. 1*17. al . t i . Casimir Sterling Mankowiki. York, In hi? Slth year. MARKE. I . Hei . . en Port at . Richmond, on Monday. April 21. HIT. el I I'iiur? i: ipiial Chnrrh. M \K1 ;*? ... I'l ;. ? ?.therine M tin. I- of the lato; William Mar '.., a,i'l im ' ilicrine and William, Funeral from her late residence. 150 Molt av., Saturdai . . ? -?' *:M a. m. : then,-.- (,. Church of St. Rita, 146th iL and CoMcicc av., ? lire a ?oleum requiem .??I for the r"n??'e of h"r nul. In*, .nient Calvary Cemetery. M'CnOL Ma - ? a Ap il II, 1917, at III I !?:'..cr av. MONTGOMERY Winifred aged ;. ?lauc?? te,- of Richard F Monitmiirn. April St. Will he lim i.-.1 April 27. :: p. m, from re?idence, SO0 Weat I4<th it., Ne?. - MOR?.an On Is II 14. i ?no P.. beloved -I of NVlhe M..r__?!i ?nee Murray I. Uie , Iation, New YorW . l'o?iof:l?*e. nativa ol Loughrae, ?'ounty^ I nnci ;,l from in? ''''*? mldci ith av., on Frhlay, ApriB 27, at 9 -?>. m . thene? t-. th? Holy Cro?? ^ Chin. h. ?.here a ma?s ?ill I?- ofTere-l for . .1. Interni'* ' I MMtarf, MULLEN On April 24. 1*17, Jame?, he I.ive.1 husband of Bridget Mullen Pupean i. natne of County Galway, Ir? land, limerai from hi? late i?1 nlence. 3'S I : Ida . at '? ?St ?. m. : Ihe ,-e I?. Hie t'him-h ,.i . . John the K^an .'..'.th ?t. and Mr?t av., where a lOlCn i' ie.|iiri-i Ml ? ?ill he offeied ??* the repo-c of hi? 'in!. ' ? ??ii i i ins <i ? W?dneeday. tpeil 25, Iff .. M I- -ir '- Mullin ' --ee M?gen, beloved .. ife of Robert I. Mullina. Relativer? ao?l fiiend- are Invitad to ai*"n<! the funeral r. .,? Frida) ? .eniiiK. at S o'clock, ?a her late re i.i Nwtraad ?v.. Brooklyn. O'BRIEN On Vprll !4, 1917, R??i?nn? O'Brien, belovad mother "f .lohn T. O'Brien ami th? late Matthew O'Brien and gran?l mother of Snaie Coyle. Fnneril Friday. 1^ a. m., from her ?at-* re,,,Jen,-e, I.I Weat it: thence to the Church of the Aieenaion, l".ih it. and Rroadway, where ? -ileiiin re?iniem hum will be offered for the repo-ie of her soul. Interment Calvary Comet? I? _ChARD At his home in .Stratford. Conn . I:iur-?day. April 'J??. Reverend Y.cl -.-.ircl N. Packard. I?. D. Funeral at the ? Tiiaregational Church, on Sat? urday. April .8. at half after two. SANDS Entered Into rent on April 2K. after ?he H.. ???low of Jullua Sand . in ?he i.i.th year of her *g*. Ku ne al ?ervice? at her late r?M??lenc?, For. i hambera. COI We I J13th st.. Fri ?ia- . at '.' p. m. ?EAVEI On Wedneiday, 25th inst, Agnei \ loi? e of Alfred !.. Seaver. Serw.es at her late reaidenre. II K??t 19th Brooklyn, on Friday, the 27th, at 2 o'clock p. m. BBERMAN Charles Auguitua, ?on of ?h? late Itenjamin R. ?nd Cornelia M. Sherman, lay, April .'4. at hia residence, '. * -t.. in th? 73d year of hi? ag? Funeral from his residence, Friday, April tl, H ;<? at, 8I.OAT- On April J?. at Wilk??.B?rre. Penn., Helen 1 eavenworth. beloved wif? if Benjamin Croiby Sloat. Funeral at the home of her mother, Mrs. Woodward l.ea*enwor*.h, on Friday afternoon. STAFFORD Wl-tnaria.. April IS, 1917, after a lingering illnesi, Arthur Nation, aie,| |>, -?on of the late Nelson Stafford. Funeral private. ? ?TRAUM After a .hort illneaa. Te?? K.. beloved wife >.f Edwin S Straua? and be I ?laughter of Mr?. Sarah hoomiiuki. Fanon! r>"iv*?e. from her late reiiden.-e. Went 8ith ?t., at convem?;nc? of the family. VOLL- At Jeffer?onville. N. V.. Apr. Herman >'. . b?lov?d luuhand of Mane Volt, in hi? tilth year. Relative? and friends are invited to attend funeral from Volk'i Mortuary Chapel, ??U Waih inaton ?t.. lioboken, N. J.. on Friday. April J?, il <!'? a. m. . thence to 8t. Peter and St. Paul Church. 4th and Hud? son ill., lioboken. . WhTMOIlt: ?)n Thursday. April 2fi. 1917. ?I Wuahiiiaton, I) C . Rodera P. D. K Wetmore, ?on of Gesirne Peabody and Kdith M K Wetmore. in t.ie .".?.th y?^ar of hia ?ge. Funeral ?ervio? at residence of hi? parents. 1015 Fifth av., New York CM) -.?turday, April -8, at It a. tu. In? terment Newport, R. I. \\ IIII.l.tR At th? Kliiabath General 1!<m pital. April r?. 1?H7. Thoma? Ken.ri* Wheeler, o? Klwaheth, N. J.. ?on of th? ,*e be R. ?nd Kitty Ann Wheeler. Fo? ur. ?I ?ervK-e? at the home of hw n?ph?w, Ir? B. Wheeler. 411 Moeril a-. . Eliialieth. on Saturday, April 21, at S p. re. CEMETERIES Titr: ?onm ?-W- rr.MrrrrRT. H) Harem train ??.4 by Tiolliy. Loll of ?mill in* for aal? om.? :i k.ait .*jj at. n. t.