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U. S. Approve? Ice Cut Plan
Dealers Will Reduce Cost by Joint Deliveries CHICAGO. Aug 28. The Associa? tion of Ice Dealers received hs-fny gov ?r-"*B?ntal approral of ita plan to re? duce t-ha cost of ice in the -.ntcresta of food conserv?t.on. Ths as?ociation, eon*pris;t.g dealers tnroughout T.e coar.try, proposes to eliminate duplica? tion of ?ervic? bj poolirg deliveries. i . ; e de?ia-rat?ed wagon will dei.ver th? lea of all comoaniat to the custom? ers of a given neighborhood. Says the "X. V. Tribune" "Mrs. Seighrieh knows Ger? man', and the Hermans by inheritance as well at by observation. She has ?7?i?*n us an exposition of the Ger? mern mind, the accuracy of u'nich t* self convincing. Her book util make its merk m current literature." To know Ger? many and the Germans read SALT OF THE EARTH By MRS. ALFRED 5IDGT?CK At all booksellers -f 1.40 net ?' J. Hatte Ct., PuUishtrt. Sew Yers SafeVUUc Infants ???! 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'?T^tH-lai ">% Mt' St naaaaaaa^kaaiBnsl B'klva. 505 Fultno St. - Friends of Irish Freedom Taunt Judge McAdoo They Also Write to Mayor Mitchel Defending Free Speech Ask Magistrate to Talk He Is Told That He Was Once a Pronounced Foe of the British Flag An invitation by wire wa? extended to ?"htef Magistrate Will am McAdoo **es'--day by the Friend? of Irish Free? dom to attend their soapbox meeting at Broadway and Th.rty-seventh Btreet ?to-night The telegram wa? sent by Johr. D. Moore, national secretary o? the organization, who also wrote to Mayor Mi'chel protesting against the deer-ion o' the Board of City Mag:? tra'es to handle all soapbox meeting?, likely to create disturbance?, as dis? orderly conduct ea?es. "We are going ahead Wiik our meet '?? ge," ?aid Mr. Moore, "notwithstand? ing th? 'choke free speech' sentiment of i'hief Magistrate McAdoo, which 1? plainly inspired by Mayor M'tchel. We never quit. To leave th? ?oapbox now would be praeticaily an admi??ion that we had been ??ditions and un-Am?ri ean." The telegram to Magistrate McAdoo. in part, follows: "Stripped to the bone, your state | ment In this morning'? ntwgpaper? , ?imply mear? that tha Beard of City Masistrates intends to choke free speech in the City of New York. Let me tell you. it will never succeed. No Ili.i.rd or" Magistrates, appointed by a r i-tol-shooting Mayor, is going to re rti. 1 the constitution of the t'mted States. You might as well understand that now. The founders of this nation thought fr?-? speech so precious that the very first amendment to the consti? tution was passe?! *o lake the poison oat of ?u?rh would-be tyrants as you. . . . They never h'ard of the Board i of City Magistrates, which depend? for | it.? jobs upon the will of a Rockefeller M?.\or, or else they would have p?i* you, and possibly the American Tie Society. In the constitution alongside of Congrtss." Ml Moore protest? that there ha? beer, nothing seditious about the me?t i-.C? of the Friends of Ij-ish Freedom, an?l that they have the right to ho'd tiieir meeting? in the strtets "under tue azure robe of n'gh* where freedom ? tan of g or;.." Magistrate Mr .A'i"<- is invi'cri to "make one of the hunajreajs ef speeches that y??u natal *o nuke ?o effectively over in New Jer? sey when you were a member of an in?? revolutionary organization." "We deal ask for one of your best ? ?. >?;? ?)??. telegram continues, "be? cause that, migh* be *oo warm for these August evenings. Ra'her one of your 1 medium speeches in which you were 1 OL. Per MONTH 70 PLEDGE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY _OF NEW YORK_ Applications for loans of large amounts will be considered at the office at Fourth Avenue and 25th Street. MANHATTAN Fou'th Avenue, cor. 23th Street Eldndge Si., cor. Rivington St. F.a?t Hou?ton St., cor. Essex St. Seventh Av.. bet. 4Pih & 49th Sti l.M ngton Av.. cor. '24th St. C-and St.. cor. CI nton St. E. 72d St.. b-t. Lesnatcn & 3d Av?. E ;hlh Av.. cor. 127IB St. Rl *-\ Cou'tlandt Av 148th Si. BK4>oKLY> Sm 'ii St., CM. Livmgiron Si. G'*ham Av., cor. Dcbev :?e Si P'an Av.. cor. Rockaway A?r. 1 wont to tear th? British flag into little bits, stamp on it, rip the dome of St Paul's Cathedral and hurl it on top of rJu-k:-.g!-.am Palsce " In hi? letter *.o Mayor M.'c'r.e'. Ml Moore ?tates that the Board of City trat? "tor? 'r ribbons" the gusr ar.r.ee of free speech which the Mayor . gave Jerem.ah A. O'Leary last week .41 ? "The grandson of John Mitehel SB Irish n ?d from Van Lvrr.sr.'? ?Land ? i b o igl t to hte United States by American Fiends of Irt?r. Freedom, ha? ?jaera?tted an -r.wortr.v thing." the letter continues. "I ?ay permitted, be? cause you surely had cognizance of it. I* wa? a plain, ordinary job between you ar.d your appointees You are Mayor o-" New York simply becau?? you are John Mitehel's grandson. "John Mitchel's grandson comm:*t*d ? an unworthv act when ne implied, pos s bly not daring to do more than imply, that 'he Friend? of Irsh Freedom are 1 disloyal to the American f.ag. You know better Why all this camou? flage !" Internal Disputes Threaten I. W. W. WASHINGTON. Aug. M Threatened labor disturbances In war industrie? on th? Pacific Coast and in the Northwest have passed their climax, officisls de? clared to-day, and condition? in the af : fected d.str.Cs are ranidly Imnreelng Report? *o the department? of Lahor and Justice from field investigators la* ? dieated tha* disaffection, ex.s*? among ; the rank? of th? Industrial Worker? of the World and that the organization ? may ?oon face internal strife. The swift snd drastie action taken by the government to ??jppregs the threatened genera! I W. W. ?trike in Washington, Oregon, Idahe and Montan? August II, ils ?aid, had a discouraging e*ect upon the organization leader? and, ?o far a? could be ascertained, no new la? bor disturbances are contemplated by th? organization. Hundred? of m?mber? of th? I. W. W . i it wa? said, have b?come di??a*.i?fled, | and in certain localities many already , have indicated their desire to leave the organization. For Army Roads in Jungle War Department Wants $100, 000 to Improve Canal Defence WASHINGTON, Any. M Appropria? tion of $100,001 to build military road-, from the Panama Canal into the jun? gle? to facilitate repelling of lnvs ; - wa? requested of the House to-day by the War Department. Military author? ities hold that under present condi? tions it would be simple for an ?n?m ?? to advance on the canal from the jungles behind. To demons'rate this po??;h .'???. Major General Fdwards moved troop? through th? jungles at an average rate of sight miles a day. How to Write to Soldiers Proper Form of Address to Troops Here and Abroad Mai] fo- ?oid?er? or prospective offi? cers in tra.ning should be a?idressed a? follows : John Smith, Company X. Regiment, American Expeditionary Force?. John Smith, < ompar.y X, R. O. T. C. Plattsburg, N. Y. John Smith, Company X, Regiment, Camp Wadsworth, Prjartar.burg, S ?"". John S*r.;th. ?o m pan y X. Reg'rpent, ( amp Mill?, M Beela, N. Y. John Srr I - Company X. Regiment, < amp Cpton, Yaphsnk, N. Y. Rear Admiral Buys a Home Rear Adm-ral Charle? F Btahes O S N.. retired, purchased ye?terdav the ?ummer home of Clinton S. Arnold, near Scarborough, '"r JRO.000, through 1 Richard Ayles. The proper*y comprises s mansion, a garage, a s**?**la and twelve acre?, -nth a "00 foot frontage on tha Hudson River, near 'he home of Frank A. Vanderl'p Allies Can Halt Spies in Mexico All Roads of Communica? tion to Berlin Subject to Censorship 'ri?T?apor.itr??? v -*??.. A*a~-.i>>t ??? ?TOXICO CITY. Aug. IL?Th? effi? ciency of any German bureau of in? format.on or any German, spy ?y?*.em located in Mexco is dependent abso? lutely on th? efficiency of the cen?or Ship imposed by the Allied powers. Th:? .? the conclusion of cable expert?. telegrsph m?n and -jiplomats of tho?e power? in. touch w.tn German act.vity r. Mexico, not only unce the United State? ?r.'ered the war, but from 'r.e opening of ho?*- *.e? n. 1!?M. Tnese experts declare that informa? tion from the United ?*a*es to G-r msny could hsr-ily be tranaaiitted by a more inefficient or longer route, and that those de? ring to transmit to the Central Pou-ers in formation of troop movements snd sther ?ralnahlo news would ha-.? far Ie<s-> difficulty in send? ing it from the I sited Btatee d r- et than through Mexico. There seem? to be 1 ?? flcnll - g any sort of new- m'o Mexico, her? is ?ma.i doabt that ma? ter? containing informatioi way aereas the border, s'*hough there i? supposed to be a strict censor*-*, p on the Aaaericaa ?id?. Mea?enger? or agent? have little iirnc li'y m crossing. The que?r.ion appear? to be not how to get news of importance to Germany .nto Mexco, but now to get H ou* Msil Route Incertain There ? bat one rr.a.i route out of Mexico te Germanf, except ? the United State?. This II fur by the line of Spsr.i?h steamer? which touch st Vera ? rur one dav each month. The majority of the Spanish steamers go t<> New \ ork before cro?s .ng the Atlantic, All of theae steam? ers touch a' Havana, where Cuba be? ing at war W *.h (i?r*ni"y sno'her censorship mign* be ?xtc -?ed It re? quires at least eighteen day? for let? ters mailed at Mexico C.ty to reach Spain. The only possible route by land or cable wires from Mexicr ?? over the line? of the Compi; a Te ?g'a**ca Hex? icsns, sn Am<-r-.?-an cot -?' OB ',' * lines of th I eompeaj itarl I Oalree ton, where they connect with the Westen L'nii . snd tench at Vera Cms, whene? the] ?" - ited overland to Mexico Citj From Vera 'ruz the line? are routed to Pnert? Mexico, on the Isthmna of Te???la' ???pee, where they ero.. t0 Sauna Crux. From Sal.na Cms the cables touch Bt San Jos?. i.uatemai? wh'oh has broken reist,on? ?with ??Tmany?, and run to Panama, s - ? I ?-re is ?up posed to be a strlcl r'*? ted States cen? sorship. From Panama a' 'nesssge? for Benth Amer c? ft te B ?-na Vent? ura, whence the rente leads through Pe?-?i te Valparaiso, Chile, and then?:? througn R o r.e Jaaoire .inn Pernam buco, Brazil. B-a/:l has broken rcla ? ans with Germany ( ables Ma> Re Censored From Pernamhuco there are IWe ? ?re is earned hp n Hr.t.-h company. It ends at Lisbon. Portugal a'?o :?4 at war ?rith Ger? many. ? The ot"er rente is over a Span?h eable whieh touches at Mon? rovia Liberia has dec sn : war on Germaaj , Sierra ?Leone, a British pee session, an,? Dahar, wh eh ,; la Fren n Senegal, before going to 'he Canary Island? and ? So far as can be learned here, all the other ca! le rentes a'opg the At? lantic side of 'be Antillen and SOOtrl America are ewnttd Bl ' ???oled by British or I'-? wies. The wire sea I ttle more advantage te a G?-rman =py iTStl No apparar:i? I I exist il Me\ o -,v ? message? to Germany ? thont relay. It is re por'e.i thnt the i station in Mexico, that i . '?r", has recen' ? ?MOI powert g mg ;* a send * radius to a pn ni saese :\y-..'r. o*7 th? I - o' Poe?. I? would, of course, be ?pos? ble 'or th ? -'a' 1 te trnnemil to Contri American points, but the? ' * ?? far from Berl o a- esrer. la Man, It i? ?pointed out, ?srireless ?? ?-age; cannot bo sent ?eeretl? A?-v ?Hrelesi plan* w ? ? ? the sphere commun'c-i*'o-i would b? ah'e r up such messaj*? - ? i I I ???"??-. the) oi i* ? ited. Strennoui e-T,,r*? hare been mad- te find a".er;ed ?rirelesi Itationi oner?'ed by Germans and for German P'i" in hfexice, bu? without avail. ? Thre e Years of the Great War by FrankH. Simonds You need it! THE first concise, authoritative account o? the world war to date. This 58-page book, by the widely rrad Associate Editor of The New York Tribune, reviews the fighting in Europe from the German advance through Belgium to the short-lived Kerensky-inspired Russian of? fensive. Mr Simonds is acknowledged, here and abroad, to be the g'eatest military critic de? veloped by the war. His weekly articles are followed by hundreds of thousands and his annual reviews have been eagerly awaited Now for the first time you can obtain a com? plete history of the first three years of the war, composed of Mr. Simonds' reviews writ? ten at the end of each yearly period. Every American, in particular those who expect to go to France, should get "Three Years of the Great War" and follow the military movement? leading up to the present situation. Your Copy?Price 25 Cents On ?ale at American New? Company and Ward & Gow ?tanda or direct from Cir? culation Department of The New York Tribune. Enemies Within Katholische Rundschau." of San Antonio. Is One of German Language Newspapers Which Seek to Protect Themselves While Attacking U. S.? How Its Policy Works :?.* or TI?; Tn&ua? ?VasoaaUoai? "Der Katholische P.und?chau." pub Hahed In Ban ?hnteaia, 'he official organ of the Gersaaa ?' ?lie ergaaiserian af Texas :? si " ? - ' "' GernSM papan ? each - -otee* themseli-?--! while attack.r.g America. Ir. its issue for J I ? | lhe?d editorially some erccei adv.ee ta Germar.-Amer.cans. sayJ m g i "Although on# may be of the opin? ion -and perhaps no. . -ra?on that secret diplomacy more ?'- . anything else served to bring HI this wsr, a'.'hourh we know 'ha' Mex? ico hilled many of our eitiseni out any cause, although we 'ake late consideration that England herself ;r*erff-red ?Hth our trsde and with our mail?. Still that doe? not chsnge the 'ar* *hst we are now at war with G?rm?nv. and '.hat we mu.-t do every ?- Bg a.-cord: Bgl| Wl itevei we could What ha? he To ?ay for the r??t of th? oeop'.e. who are ?jot-?; to mrTer ?.."?.roUfch these hirjh price-*' The following quotation :? fron "Der Morgensurr*.," of La Crosie. tVis.: "Germans of the second fcneration there are here who ?-net one ?ayly ? ta, 1 wa? borr. la this country,' ai If they had brought ta,at about themselTe?, and as if that ws? s msrk of merit. Of th? eonditioni here they know very l-.ttls in moat esses, even thoueh rhey ?er? born here Msnv of them should nevir hsv? been horn, anyway. And ?uch m. ?hirths want to gi?ft advie? to auch s? have ?arr.ed their citiieni'n p *? their own right." The sentiment of the "Freidenker," af " -espolia, I? thus expre???di "Than '? only one motive that makes th? war intelligible from th? HOW "FXLE.VSPl,:.CEL" HELPS UNCLE SAM TO RAISE AN ARMY "Kell"? ?~itiz-n?;, Frierds. Americans, 'A' trii Liberators' IMwa With .Mili lavrisn L^-*?* Ltri ; nhrersal Military Service'" ?lo before *b? w?r we csnnot do no? and it cannot be he'p?,? ? now at'empt te do. and d?i ' rat et eut s bring th war to an honor^r,'? rio?e 'or It : *'???? ? But on June 27 -t hsd ?aid: ? j-fjgj ?goath Can as Re-sublicai ?svs, "I I Irow ? n's wai * - i i? a fa?** I will cal I e are now s? war beeaus Mr Wilaon and his trusted adviser could rot bear to ?ee the the Bn'ish Empire destroyed. H '?'.?> thai power ?n?-i ha? lurrounde? ft) ? ?see a i-ang ?ipon hi then ? - ? ?Torsh p It, th? power of Greet Britein As *- haei there ?re many posi - ? - - for entering the wsr, but none o' them ha s hind re?*ep-ion witl the American peeelt "Member? of ? ongreeS receiver ata*eme-*4 as to the ?or- -??>-? of *h< reo?'? of their districts, wh ch in I :???' ?r-a;or"v oppo?ed war. In th? face of this knowledge Congress voted for war, vc'.ed for con ?cription o( the American people, and under thi< same law this people will be led like lambs into the bloody trenches o? France. "No on? knew better than th? r--? rent himself that the American people were again?*, the war There? fore he refused to trust to the volun? teer ?ys'.eVr.. for he knew he would get no volunteers. He desired no referendum, since the vote wou'.'l have turned out again.?-* the war w.th an overwhelming majority, His own election would have been con-.dered a triumph no* for -ne DesjMCratia party *iut for *h? per,r . ?no | ,.; not wi th war." Liberty Loan Is Attacked On the ?am? d?v > n? Fund chau" ?aid of the Liberty Loan: "fa-.d the Lib?rty bond worker? to Mr. Morgan, We'.'., row joe | ??very thmg to-day?' 'Bully,' sari Mr. Mor? gan, 'the entra?e? of the T'n.ted States into the wsr make? it con? venient for m?. All my loans and or d?r? ar? insureci r.ow. I'm perfectly agreed to ie? Mr. McAdoo finish the work now.' "The ?peetaele of Mr McAdoo, S?e retary of th? Treasury, travailing around the country, di???rain?t;ng propaganda 'o make people see the Liberty bonds, is a disgrace to th? Admimitration. for it tells the tal? that this wsr is aot a war of the people. "Mr. McAdoo teld th? Ws?tei-n farmers to buy these Liberty bond? to insure a high prie? for tot.i wheat. capitali?tie standpoint, and that i? the extraordinary 'nereage of Qs*> many'? ?conomie p,,w?r *hat appears ?o all o?her land? a? their great dan --? Tool ; staetlj what Mr, Wil ?er h msslf iaaoesatlj admitted in k I Flag Day ?peerh. without think? ing that aft?r that all other motives for our participation la this war he - ... | H .,-<.^,ip_,r ?p^ ,j,a? ijg ?,??, ?,r? |g -ra* way 'he nuie if|?'f for the whole war" Americans Sheep. Says La (rosse Paper The WsHtwasS t? fall o' German language paper? of ?he sa*re character. "Pe? Nordstern," of La Trosse, ?ayi: "The president of the Mtisouri Llajasr Healers' T'mon announcta tjtsl ' ***e 'aw for the con'rol of the ftMtatatanYa 's ??"?ualiy put into prae -. *here will b? s revolution in thi? country rhst will tske ijch a course that the troops that ar? now prepared for the battlefields of V. i rope will be kept here in order to suppress it. "That may b?, but it will be a long time before the American people wni 14 t*?ht ?bout ?uch s thing. They have the measure!?*? patienc? of sheep and will stand for much more than that. But they need only ba tessed with mention? of *ne Kaiser or the German barbarian? I? order ?o inflame them with the de.?:re for bour.dlesi sacrifice. They take the bread from their own mouth?, will? ing'.? deny to the drinker?, and can hardly await th? time when they will ?end their own son? over ?he big duck pond, in order ?o ?how the world t'r.n* **e can lick the whole world, that the Germans a* la?t have found their ma ter. who i? superior to them in bravery, in ?'rategy. in preparedne?! o? ratal and on land, and eipecially I ?-? air. 1 i" iu-h sn experiment will MSt '>e American people doei not leem to worry 'hem m the lent. When somebody ge's ssucy and Be? gun to ick they s*.ck him :n*o ;a;l, and the peace ar.d quiet among the rest of the ?hee-a herd i? not broken One wsv? of the Stan snd Stripei and they are again tat.ifled. In fset, the wh.ikey dealer is a poor judge of the Americ-an people " The following ia from "The Free Pre??," of Gleneoe, Minn.: "The Germans and Auitrians have good leaden and brave loldiers. In their hand? the fate of aur nation it ?ife. "There ii ail the reaten in the worW for accepting peace, for th? Central Power? are itrong enough to hold out. "Ai to peace terrai, ??.ca Uie Al lies have waited to hear, th? Chan? cellor ?a.d nothing "You don't n??d to know, ?ith?r, for you sn? di?tru?tful and suspeious and would intrigue str?l further sgair.st the Centra! Powers. "We know, however, thai the Cen? tral Powers will agree to no peace 'without anr.eiatron and war indem? nities." "Thst ts now assured and justified, for Ger-r.a-.r and Austria have not made all these great ?acrrr.ees in this war merely as a diversion. "And above ?i|, th-? must b? an ?sample new and for all times. N'o power combination shall trer in the future attack th? Central Power?. "It is th? indrsputabl? truth that two nations in perfeet concord ar? ?gaming the rr.a?tery. "It is to be hoped thst you know whom w? mean, but thst is not *o b? expected ?o easily.'* Th? "Eu'.en?pieg?l." m Its July issn?, devotes itself particularly M interfer? ing wtth rai?ing th? n?w National Array. Several of its cartoon? wer? dedicated to this purpose. Charles W. Watson's Will Disposes of $300,000 Estate 1 r.e ?rttl af Char'.?? fcTl "c Wehten, a former steil ?erv.ee commissioner, wa- ?' ?d B *;'.e Surrogates' Court yestenlay. dl?po?e of |3M.t)00 Mr V. it sor ft to h.? widow. Mr? Anna H. Watson. $">0.?o0<' in ca?h or ?? euritie?, the testator adv.?ing thai she hccept th?? securities, and the income ? r life f " estoes, The residuary tmsl Is *o continue after the dea'n ef Mrs. Watson for - ? ef a brother and <:?'fr ef Mr Wa'son. who also i*?BCthrl bequests. IMPORTANT ?m??a?m??n? Marra??? RIHb. te M-????r??ani <ar?l Pe?aih Mottc-a may he telephoned tu Th? Trihua? any tuna ?>p to ml.l'iia'?? tee ?tna-?-ti.>u la th? a??? lar? pmcee. Just tmll Beekman 3000 aa-1 read the Dotlr? aa ?an ?!?h It ?a eertee Mill for ???an? ?111 *>e mellad la ?ou l?B??r. 1 he n-.-i.-e will r?-?. Il or? :?W.O?M> r?sider? .a?-. BIRTHS BARNETT To Mr and Mr? Bernard Bar n?*.t ?r.<a? Dorothy R Stsasber). a !aiarh Ur. on Itntdar, KmSmH lt. ?t the Medical Coll??? Hoaplta.'. at V\*4t islet at. ENGAGEMENTS PERB.Y FOWLER Sir, Bad Mr? r --?' gmettet, of Ha?enlia?i, N Y. aahenaea the ?nas(tem?nt of their -??uahter, Anna I- '.e'r^*' f > 4 ar, ?? I le**t**aaat Rainald Dwlaht Ferry. U S R.. of Fi'onburs. Maaa, and Arworrh, N H. Ilentenant p.?y graduated f..im William? in th? Clsaa of IS1I MARRIAGES nsrHF? SMITH A ?arart tS, bv th. R?v Fhilip St. Prascntt, Ka*har?n? Wyndham. ?iauahter of Pr. sn?i Mrs. -lt. Clair Smith. to Paul Fuher, ?on of Mr and Mr?, [r-rina Raen FUher GALEF (.OLDRERG < '?;?Ssa 4 F OtetWWtS to Mit ?i* ef. kmSmst **. ' ?'" at ?he horn? of the or-.ile. I.VVnnv ?A'AIKER Ofl A ?r?e* :?. Mary Parhour Walkef ?? BajaaH I vnd??n. PAT? HEN DIFFY?On Augu?'. IT, Mta? Anna E. D-iffy to Oeorae 11 !'a?.-h?n. DEATHS Ahram?, J Van A. Madigan. Ellen M:.?. Vo-ac F. MeArdla, Annie 'a.--ano, Y-a??e| ?i MeCsa?.Jettn Caldwoil, Cla-asBce ?> msrOtrntm. Mmm ?\. C? ii-?-iia'?:.i?"n?]:?r-.\t(i-iMr lehn H lli-aheth g K?*fe "imothy Chsiherlaln, Emily Do'Riordan M - - ma. Vrn, narlee r. Robm.on. Fanny I e. CoialiM . ,. v ? r ?tijera d. .lonn J , . .... v K ,, GoMWa. Chan? B, . ,...?? Mr Goldstein. Flora. Fn, ,h M,nni# D IWrman E*a .. , ... ,;?.,,,.? H" "'??"? -f'-ban A .. mmmm Ho??t. Ar-td M .-t.,.-,,.. Margaret C. Kadien. Ma> lBi [,,?,? v?/ flemmmh terns TatMaaaia, J ? Kroupa. Anton ' ? tebsr, Br-ino Lsrkin. Catherine tVa.--. ? p ?e??ta tjgeeh. Cr?*i~< * Writs? Ma-'in F I.ooTi?. '?rah E '?' ??. Iren? K MaelMtast?, Jante? Wersmer, R?>?i? ABRAMS M 0?*ean?id?, Lon* "?land. Ai S'iat -'". Joaer?i;re Van A'!en A'r?r-ini?. ?if? of I.angdon t.ee Ahrams and da-iKh'er ??f tha *t? Oiltert R and Mary A. tan Aller? Funeral ?er- ;.-?-, a' hey la*? reaiden?.*. ht Dsviaon tit- Oc?Ju?n8id?, Ixsng 'aland. Wednesday af'ernoon, Z o'cloric Int?rmen*. ?;?e*r?eid I'?-???'??".' . , BODINE A* t'-eh-id. N J. Au?i?t .". 4 Baalta?, 'TTie-'v of 177 ? ?jimssti ? Broas IB, N V. Funeral from hi? late reainen?-?. 17 Broadway Free? hold. N. .1 I 1 ?-' IS17, at C p. m. Intermer* a? ?--eenwood remeten?. Brook? lyn. M. V. Thur?day, Ausust 3", Ifll ?' 11. a CALCANO A' r?r?<-aa. V>n?^.?iela. A?ie'??t Mr?. Y?abel B. d? Ca!-ano, dearly be lov?l mn'her of P?^??*a f'?>?nn ?t? Cara?o! ?.iverr>ooi ?Enirlanii parer? pleaa? <-opy. CALDWEI.I. '.??rene? ?.. et Philadelphia. ? k >ear of hi? aie a* N'e-vpor*. R. I.. A'ii?uat 28. Funeral ???rvic? at 1S-0 <>.e?tn?jt at., Philadeiphii, Penn.. Bsir BBsllaHna, Wetmtemmj mornina;, at 11 o rlock. CAR.MK HAEI. On Monda?. Aj?u?t IT. 1917, at her reaiden?-?. TO ?"tinton ?v. Ja? maica N. Y.. Cornelia Eagl?. \*idow of th? R?v. William M. Carmirhael. D. D.. S. T D. Funeral ??rviraa at her late r?i dence W^neadajr, * JSuat 2', 1 ?M p. m. - CARMODY On Aj?;uat IT, Elir.?b?th. th? telavad dau?hti.r of Thoma? and Julia ?armody -r.ee O'Cor.nel'?. Funeral fr?Tm her late residence, IS1 W?a?t 4?th ?t., on W?dne?dsy. A'ie-iat ft, at I p. m. Inter men*. Calvary Ceme'ery. CHAMBERLAIN At Cheaiter. ST. Y. ?ud d?nly, Mor.dav. Autruat L'T. '.SIT. Emily D.. -. .f? of th? ?at* Ro?-t?:i W Chaml>?rlain. F 11 -rai a?r- ..?a at 3*. Paul'? Church. CaMBtar, N Y, W>dn??day af?ern<x)n. Ai suat 9 ?t 2.30 o'clock. Train !?aav<ts Ln? Railroad, Jersey City, 9 25 a. m CORNELL -At New Canaan. Conn.. Aue^t Lmms, dsufhtw ??' 'h? lata Chane? G. and Ca*h?rir.? A C-jr:.e:;. Fu? ner?! private. DAVIS- Cha? Ck, Heloven htaband of Mary fc... Hi n't ?...T.mrr r?!?ide:K-e, at Gl mar.-i ?. N 11 . 4 ?aessilf on *-a*-.-da 4 ? i?-. '::?>. Intermer.I a' Cincinnati, Ohio. ? EH RLE- i'ar'li-i? Lhr.e. Me?ad mother of Mr? il. T. r'?4 '-e i4nd E'.ai? ?Tkria F .r.eril mreWm on Wrtn??day, . a: her late re?:'l?r-<-. 417 Eaat ?? riTZGERALD On Aibu* IT, ?Mai I. ?TH? *? r..5 re?'dei .-, 4.4 Her.ry ?t., Brooklyn, formerly of 'he M Ward. Man? hattan, ?taasaral Thur??l?>-, at '.?.3') a. m.. ? ? to St. Charlar? Bo-rorr.??o'? Chur?h. ?PS ? Hlm:i r^uirm maaa BriD be celebrated. Interraiam*. Ca! ^ry Cemetery. - GOLDBERG--On A<njnBt 27. '.?'.", Charle? ? Goldberr. ???<1 - - year?. Rclstive? and .'.-.?i-.?j? ?.-? ;n.4.-ed to atvnd the f-in^?i a: r.i? late reaiden-e. 3'n Cro?? ?t , Hsrri ?on, N. J.. on rh?ars*lavj?. Auf-?a'- '?r st ItM p. rr.. Ma*?-..ie ?er.ice? W?dn?a?lay ?venin? at S oY.?aek. lnterm??rtit at Mt. ?Vea^ar.". Cemetery. GOLDSTEIN On. Monday. Aueuat IT, n her bltth year. Flora Gold?t??n. widow of Aaron, b?;o\?M mother of Louis and Mr?. Ben Le'-T- Fune-al sen-tee at the re?'. denre of her daughter. Mr?. Sen L??-y, S<4 Wat ??lit ?t.. Wednasday ?AnSBSSl ft, at TO a. m. HABERMAS Sudiienle, on A'Jro?t *.'.. Ev?. beiovitd ?rtfe of Frederick Hanerman snd heloved SHaJaW sf Mil OaSflB IkKvlman. Mr? Soi Rtehman. Mr?. Louis Fisher. Mr?. Herman D. Heaaler and *4>!v?,t?r Hatv?rm?in Funeral ?ervtf? at her late rajatdenc?, No. I ??.da I.ane. Far Rock away, on T- ..-?day mornina. Ai? ut 1\ at 10 ecieek. ? DEATHS HKLLMAN -On Mondar. Atara?? 17, Jtt'te? A. H.ilmia. Funeral ?ervtces a? the i" a - M] -"liaii Kiel,!? Cen.et?*-ry (C*-ri?M Hill? . Wednesday morning at 10 .SO. HOIST Ar-v! M. New York Sandy Hack pilot, Sunday ?:*.?-noon. at Washington. Funeral ir-vi,'a will b? held Wednesday altern wn in ConrneiKUt. kADIE.V On Monday. Avianwt 37. May hadien. be oved wife ot Thomas C. Kadien funeral from her lat? residence, <2I Aca>rr.y ??.. Astoria, Lona Itiand City, TraratU?, Aagvatt 30, 9.30 a. m. ; thenee f* O:.- La.lv o? Mount Carmel Chiirch. where a ?clemn rexjuiem dim will be e?>r-rate?". i~*.erment Cal-arT Cenje ter>-. KENNEDY -John, auddenly. Aiig-aet V. '.?'.:. late o' tOS Wear :.5th at*, runaral ? ha r<*?:d?ree. Wert Englewoo?*,. N. J . 1 ." ?'" *' '*. '" a. m. Picas? omit t?o**"?*re. Fr-en..!? within? to at land take tram ?nri West ahoi-* Ta-rmlnal, W??? 4-d a?, ferry, till a. m. KROIPA -On Aurust 37. IJ17. ?sten h--.??;*.?. ased TO yaars. Funeral f-f-aa? kta late residence. 3206 3d av . nee.? Ill?? ?t, Bronx, on Thuridav, Aajr-a?? 30. st ? P m. LAHKIV O.ther-in?. beiovad wtre ot tlS? ,?"- ra^-ica l.?.-Hin ?ni ?,?'?- ot William ? : M--. Ar.n Doran. Funeral from bar l?t? re-'dence. 400 Eawt :3d ??.. Wednsa ? a m. tb?nc? to Church of ??>.;?'.:any. where a maa? will be offered 'or the -epoae of h?r soul. LEWIS Cha-:?? A Ser'-'o?. at THE HI. NUUL ?,'HIKCH I Frank E. Campbell Hu-.'din?-.. I'-oadway and Siith ?t.. Wednes? day, j o'clock. LOOMIS lassa E. daii*htsr of Dr Dyer :? a: New Berlin. N Y. or, Amuit ?X MIT, in lier 85th y?ar. Funeral ?er etSSI st Ne? Per?in on Friday, August 31, IMT, at I ??v as, MACKENZIE On Au?ru?t tt, 1?'.:. Jam??, beloved ?,u?b?nd of Ma-taret MaeKemie. Funeral MrtSSaa at hi? ?ate residence I 14 West Itith ?t., Wednesday ?venins, * 0 c??ele MAOIGA? On Monday. Auruat 27. Ellen Madigen nea M.?y?, widow ef Ste? rben Msdisan. fo?-ner!y of the 7th *'?.. ????ain. K-.ineral fioei her lat? -?'?.fen,-?. a?. Brooklyn, on kSJ * .?- .?? at I p. m. Inter ment Cai??.y uTAJtBlM "?? '*T?!ay. Auinajt |T, Annie. be!o?ed da'urh'e.- of Annie and th? lat? Philip Mr.A.dle Funeral from her moth? er? raxiderre. IS] F.??t :"'h ?t. : thenee to Church of Immaculata Conception. Eaat l?,th ?: . Wa.ine?,lay, Auarust 2?. 10 *. m. 1TCABE On August ft. Ittl -ohn. bee loved hu.hand of th? late Eliiabeth Me C?he i nee Milis . Funeral from hi? lat? r?ai.l?nc?, 457 West Mtk ?t. W?dn?a?lsy. at 2 p. m rn????menf r?l?-??r Ceame'ery. M'GOWAN On Monday. Au-rust 17. Rom A. McGowan. nativ? of Derrlnvona. County l.eltrim, Ireland, beloved daugh ter of ?he late ?'er,?.?n M-iiowan and Ann? M?G?1SB ne? Wi-nn?, and ?.?*?' o* Rea?.a ?n,I H? en M?fie?lBII Funeral V\ ?<in?-,la> --,-n, home of her sunt. Mr?. MeRtafh, "A-- 'i-h at, Announce mei.t o:' ?rr?nlenient? !?'?r MORRISON Oi BawiOO. Aii'iat :*. 1?17, a O.-ean Gfa ?. N J . '? ' I II Mori i?on. of 3.'S Hanroek it, Brooklyn. N Y. !? tike 77tll Ml if bi? ??? K aneral aer . . VA?dne?,ia?7. I p. m . at hi? late real den ,?<? O'KEEFE t>n A'iiriat N, T.mothy. belov?d hu?h?n,l of MaruH ? ?ih??'? , nee Sulli? van , r?'1--? o' .'a.?le Magne?. KantiirW, ??al from hi? ?h ?t., on Weir? v .- ? BS bifh m?a? a?. -?. An ? r. ,*?ajl!lvan ?t.. at I- -?nd? .<?????' O'RIORDAN -in iav. A ml 2*. at hi? residen -e. . ' We?' j:d ?t., Michael O'Riorlan. 'ao??i ,,:?hand of the lat? Ann i I .I?"7?? and fa'her of tusene -nil Ann? 0 Riordan. Funeral \A? |n? ? ? Churrh of -?? ? 1? Psol, We.* 134 It Infer n.ent i'?:,ary. RFM I V Oa a?aa?wl W, Ml? Anna R??.l!r a?a FaHi, h* i?t raaMen??, 410 Weal . i-.aral Wa'ir.'-Jav J'"h in.t . at '' ' ?? a :n Bolei n ? . ,?m ma?? at - o M l'uni UM Apoatle, .'"'?th ?f. ? Rnni\.?',\ V* '. Proepeet ?t.. Eaat Or anse. N J , on A'iRu?t 28. II1T, Fanny. ? I? ? mh'er of 'he ???- Willlatn it? '.r,..,i of New York. 1 ., ?? i. -? . ?J <>rae? Th-, n,ar?day. A'l K , ? ' *-a,n? leavina* New Vor? I N r- n* >ii D * vv R R ? m wai'inf at BHek ? ?CANIaON Midr?d r ?can!on. a??d 1? y?a-?. Kalo- ?,( rjatishtarr of M?"hew and Ma-v Sean l ?- ?'? ?ian) f'ineral fr?*m .? lata lei - '?. ?,."'??0?? mornlns. A m-:-' '."? M??a a' Ou? Ijidy of fiood , na sail Roman > atholi? rhur--h Inter .' ?n SfHRIERER "n aVagesS 2?, 1?'.", Au-nj?t w , . are. bela?e*l ?on of Au ?r ? :\ and ?melia hneber, formerly ?. F>,,r,fr, Wa I '.'a- a?*ar Fijn?fl?al \Va.in?..:.,-.- A.c.'* r m ? t'orn .... ,.,;.. SrHROEOKR A' jaihllWe rentra. L. I, 1 -:<? I" ?K?H 13 1 an?:al ??rvdee? at hi* a-- residence HillalSa av., Roek ? , ^n re I I. WeSneaaSS,*- e-renint, * ?. ? - 1 rem??#ry Qh??i ?' ? ?M PMiTH ??arasl *, Mtnaia n id;?r. wS-ott Osear - ?? ?' THF FT' W? p. ft fc-oadvatv ?nd ??that. I - e i ? I aftar noor. ? rntennanl ptO a'e SOMMFRRai.HER *"" ? ?' art fine??, ear, Gottlieb, beiovad h'a?band of Far-.? Soram?rhal4ar 'w Wiederkehr'. F,;n?- *e ..-?'.?? ? ?, Ea?' ". ?dr??,lay. 1 M p m. Inter -.-,? Wood lawn. SPIEGEL S?n-a?! belo-aad h'uband of .- -a ..?Hi? '?, A lafi-t M F"in?r?I fraea Pick*? aanrial raro- ?? I.e-or av , i.??,^-,.,lt>. is a m M ? ?aban I .-anklla -? No 41*. p>a-a a "'? ' ?SakaSSJ r.?vl?e. No ?", r ?"d A. M.? Ra'nren: You arc bere^v po'ifl??! to at? taatd an em?rs?n' ?.mmurlaiiion of our lo'ip? for 'he yti-noa? of pa'-irf the laat Ma.oni" l.oriT? to our late brother, Sam - - ?sel, at Pi'k'? f-jr.e-ii r?-lesa, 21'? I.enox a.- . on Wedn?"?day. Aui"i?t 2'', at ? , muter. UMBB C laSaa?, ?ao-etary STEWART On aasnaa] ". ??IT, M?rgar?t C . '?e.iivad -a/-'e ef W. :am Stewart and daua**-*a- ' Mr and Mrs Jacob ~o?j, a.?o ???'">? la M IfS Sit .oe?. two ?l?t?T?. 1 a-a ar.^ L '!'??-. Bad "-?ae br?'??-. Jor.n. ?hari? and Jo??pr. f-o??al Funeral ?er-. laaB ?fill be r.e r\ a', her ,a*e residence, 'A ??? -nal! Road. Torona, I. I . on WeataaoesV, A-.i?u?it tS, a' 2 p mx Inter - ?? ? h? I. :*h?ran 'am?*?' Sl'I-LIVAN Deri? William, belored bwtl?er of Hannah Sullivan, ?'id.ierl-, ?' hi? re?i d"rtce. 141 ?ju>% S^th ?t. Pa?o,ulem mu? at St. Patnca? CalaaS??! on V%edna?day. Au?ru?r. 21, 9 am. Interment Troy. N. Y - TADDONIO? Ausuat 27. l'?17, Joaeoh Tad ?Ionio, aged 36 year?, heioved huaband o' Ha Taddonio (nee Grillo, and father of Michael, Porf?a and Annie and brother of Andrew and Anthony Taddonio. Kuaeral from hi? late residence. 740 Eaat 149th ?t., Wednesday. 9 a. m. : thence to Church at -' Boch, 150th at., where a h.ifh rsquissn maaa w.l! be offered for the repose af Ska ?o??. Interment C?*Jv?ry C?nsaetery. TFI'SrHE? Brino. at hi? reai?lence, 1007 *"ojthern Boul?n'?H, on Mondar. August 27, after long illness. In hi? 73d y?ar ' ?mera.! priva'? WAGNER ?ud.Vnly, on August ??. 1917. .--?a V. ?a-ner. . ?.?? Grim . asad ?? ? and? and r?l?*lv?e are respaet ?i *o a"e- ' 'mera) on Wednaa A ;?j*,t 2?. at 9:1" ? na., from her kste r??iJenc?. ?SS? Leaingtan a?.: thence ?o ?t. 'ranc!? de Sale?'? Churrh, 9?1th ?t a*.d Milita ???sal ?v . where a eolamn r??ral?m ?aath n-aai will be offered for the reposa af ? ? -oui. WFI.IES - M?r~ln Kdwln. at Prineaftan. N. J , A'JtTJt ".?. aged 91 yaars art? 11 mon'p.j r'.r.e-?: ter/-.?*? ?t hi? late real ?ence. 4 Fve'yn pi., Princeton, 1ST. J., 11 a. m.. Thursday. Atagiist 30 InUrmeat at FliiaVb. N. J. WII.KS ?Or. ? mday. Aue-oat ??. Irena E. WUka, da-ff.W of th? lato Charlea P ?nd R :th H Wilk?. Funeral ??nice? at her late residence, 220 Montiselle av., J?r acy Cttjf. N J., on Wednesday merslag. Aur;?t 29. at 9:30 ?harp Interment ?arl vate. ? WoKMSER Rest? I nee H? ? - A-jgaut 2". !9!7, In her ?*>th rear Funeral trete. her lat? residence, 1211 Avenue P, Braok lyn Kindly oaxtit ?So? er?. "undertakers" failli. W I ?an '" '"?' r>'al:aite?f1 Keoneaaltal. JonarV.Lt/aa,., L ,:.laSt p,,,, ,IM M?-wai cemeteries" THE WOOOIAWV CtaSafaTEar. 1310 it 8> Hai >ni Trs'i aad by Tro(J?a?Jh Let? af BBM ?a? for sala OtBea : J a.... IIS St, Si. T.