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On War Tax Bill; Decision Delayed 5immon? Doesn't Expect Fin?l Enactment Until Next Week p^gg Mail Rate Up p|?n of Raiaing Second Claaa Coats by Zone Syatem Ia Adopted fljaffTIMQTON. lepl. 11 -Increasintr ,.,?> flfl-day ba-tween Senate and ta'it corferrees on the war tax bill, t i.jj yetea were approaebed, fere v.Ann-ti delay ia iaai action. Sen gOTStflUaona, h<-sdr">r thfl Senate con ajuaefl. *r ' ' ' ?" afeieaaiea atwhahly rtSa istend entil Friday and that t.t- laBCtniei * el the hr'.l rrrRht not Zm bttom Beal wee. I.UIIII w?a made to day, however. on many important aliaputei. The eon ferreea decided to adopt a rone Bf itBIB for Increaninj. second class mail rnter*. iliscuaae.l the war profits and laeeflBfl taa sections ?t ItBflJih, an.l to morrow .?tpe,' tn hegia deeiahra voiing. l'he \iaual scenes tittending im BflMrtaat tax legislatlon are beii.c re enacted, with eleventh-hour repreaen tations of mtcreats mvolved, rnnnv agents pf business Interesta in ante rooms. conferrera huttonholed in rorrl dors and consulfed in" their orTu-ea and BUaBy h'lir ila'anee telephone ealla. The fflteatieB of publications' postago rates. tentatively settled to-day. was one of the BBMl troublesomo of the conference. Detallfl Hre still open to I flnal detennination. A compromiae in-| corporal Ing pr.u isions of the Houae i -ore plan. the M.-Kellar nmendment ! Blld Sei.Bt.ir Bardwleh'fl system of in? creased rata-a Ofl advertising portions is being worked out. ( ompromise llainj; Drafted Postmas'cr lien.ral Hurleaon ap-j reare.l before tlie committee to day in behalf ef Ihe ipecial advertising in-1 rrcasc plnn, atid Secretary Mi vdoo's in- j fluence was thrown for thfl McKellar plan and geafll nal drastic rate lacreaaefl. An increase of ,n qoarter o" a eent n aaead until 1911 an I one eenl thereafter, with ? tone lyitem ef BBflC a) increases i>'i BadvertillBg por i oi. i f pnblicationa, were said to he featurei ef th? coaapromiaa being drafted OthaT Bgraemailtl reported were on ' the passenirer transporta' ion and auto? mobile tax proviajons. In lieu of the llouao tax of 10 pa?r eent and the Sen? ate rnte of f, per ceit on tne former the COnferreei were Said to liHto com? promised on 8 pei- cent, estimated to yield nhout 167,000,000, ?s eempared with 1*70,000,000 under the original Renaa plan aad 187,500,000 under tha Senate reviaion. Kor tho Senate F< dernl license tax on automobile owners of about 1 per eent el original list prices of pleasure cars the ceaferreea wera raid to havc re turned to Ihe House plan for taxing lnanufacturera' aalea at about ** per cent and cxrmntinc motor trucks. tflMBBBM Tui Hehated Deflnite concluslona regarding adraln istrative and corporate provislor.s of the income tax section and the war ev eess profits clauses were not reached, the cor.ferrees werMag on a com promise propotard for taxing BXCeU protlts with an exemption of 8 per cent. The deflnition of inveated rapitul subject to taxation still is in dispuie. Treasury Ineontfl 'ax eXpertl were con sulted regarding eorporatien tax fest ures, ineludintz ex-n.ptron of dividends reeeiVed from other corporations. The liquor sch? iules ;:'so were con sidere.l during the day, with thfl Hon ?? conferrees reperted tn favor final ae captanca ef tha ieneral featarei of .he Senate'a raviaioni, excepting peasibly thc Gere amendnenl levylng prohibi ' re taxea on further distillatioB for b??>. erii^-e use. Deeialena, tentative and otherwise, of tha conferreei ea thfl nrai profita, in eome, liquor, tobacco and publication :?? cf oni all promieed to ba- fnrti.t-r con lidered and revlaed before tirral draft. ing of the conference report. fll m Monroe Clothes for Fall Keep Step with the Times! Men 8 styles for this Fall are styles for real men?trim, military, with the alert, brisk, smart air that is so becom ing to the upstanding carriage which makes our young American look so well in his country's uniform. And nowhere will you find these etyles shown to better advantage than in Monroe Clothes. We have speeial ized on these styles?and the placing of belts, buttons, the swing of the lapel, in fact the whole cnsemble is so beautifully balanced as to express the "military" spirit to perfec tion. Andthefabricscombine fitness of pattern with the long. real, hard, honest all WOOl service that Monroe Clothes, whatever the style, are GUaARANTEED to give. W? are able to say (and our clothes will prove it) that with the tremendous advantages our enormous volume and purchasing power, the savings on rent on fiftecn upstairs shops, and the economies of dis pensing with credit, etc, give us, Monroe suits and overcoats CAN'T be equalcd elsewhere at anywhere near our $1 7 price! \ visit to any of our stores will enlist you in our fast-growing army that al? ready numbers OVER 1 00, 000 CUSTOMERS. Mon? roe Clothes make customers ?and J.eep them! SUITS f / 7 OVERCOATS Evening Clothes 1 / Top Coats Monroe^ClothQ^ SImericas Largest Upstairs Clothiers MANHATTAN 42d Street, Cor. Bway NauauSt, " Frankiort Cortiandt St., " Bway 14th st., **w tstr 23rd St., Cor. Bway 34th St., -* Bway 59th St. & Columbua Circle 125th St. & 7th Ave. OPEN EVEN1NGS UNTIL 9 All Monroe Shops are Upstairs JBBJBflJBBBflBBM XLaUJ mrn ^v i iii SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED BRONX Bergen Ave., 149th St. BROOKLYN Court & Montague SU. Fulton & Hoyt Street* 587 Fulton St., " 'X**** NEWARK-151 Market JERSEY CITY? -Jflg ft PATERSON-220 Main St. rf. Sl. OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 10 No Charqe for Alferatioris Express Companies Swamped, Forced To Cut Business Adams Deelare*. Two-Day Embargo and Other Con cerns Retrench War Caused Tie-Up Government Shipmenta and Draft and Enliatmenta Hit Induatry Hard Due to troop movements, unpreee dented povernment business, shortage of lal.or cau-ed l.y Ihe draft and en listmonta anal restricted railroad equip? ment, thfl big cxpress companiei oper fltiaflj in tha' metropolitan section of N'ew Vork (ily have br.-n forced to make various retrenehmcr.ts in their service. One ef thrm, thr A.inma Ex prrta rompany, yesterday had to de? elare a temporary embargo. So serious hut thin situation become that the three higge.st companies, the Wells Farj;o, American and Adams, have indcllnitely nbandoned all loeal rerviee for the flrat time in their his? tory. They havr been compelled to give un tha prolit.-.blo trnnsfer of lipht mer rhant freifrht and packages from one point In Greater N'ew York to another. '.?rsey City and Hoboken are alTccted by this restriction. The Adams Expreei Company has Leen hit hardest hy the record wave of war business, and Its ofncials tvere on the point of throwlng up thoir hands yesterday on aceount of the congestlon all along Ita lines ln the East. When the offieials realized the hopelessnesa of trying to catch up under the present pressure the company declared a ttvo day embargo on all exprraa, except gov? ernment and foodstutT shipments, be twern preatcr N'ew York. Jersey City and Hoboken. and all points in N'ew Fngland. The embargo will bc effective to-morrow and Friday. and will be en forced in all directions within the em? bargo distriet. l.ajral Uusinetas Dropped Ilefore dccloring thr* temporary em? bargo on regular interstate exprexs shipments the AdaniH had dropped oil local buninrss. The same action was also taken by Ihfl Wellfl Fargo and American. Otflcials of the two latter said yesterday that they were still able to clear the bnaineaa now in hand, but th.y wsre by r.o means sure of being able to fonstall the action taken by the Adams company. "We hope that we shall not be forced ?o deelare a:. .mbargo," taid Dixon R. tlliott, vice-pra-cident of the American Fxpress, laat nifht "We are still able to take care of our business, but if thinirs arrow worse we may have to re? trench t?mporanly to catch up. "Tl.ere are three principal reasons for this eondition of affairs. I "There has been an unpreeedente.l rush of business lalnly. Thousands of persons who left the city during the aumrner to spmd their vaeaUons in the countr-y nr* returning to town In a few dUVH. 'The goTrrnment business of the |.ast few weeks hai broken all record* rhousanda of troops are movlng baek nnd forth, nnd we have been calied upon to handle enomioua amountt of haggage for officers and enlisted men. Enlist ment Deplctea Men "The draft and army enllstrnents have hit us hard. We havfl lost a great many of our best men. There Ifl a great shortage of labor, and the labor we are getting it of Infi'rior quality." Dropping the local express businen has hit the city a serious blow. Hun? dreds, if not thouiands, of specialty shops and small tradetmen, heretofore, depending entirely on the big expressI companies for their deliveries, will ! henceforth have to find other means of| tranaportation or lose the bulk of their trade. Among these shop* are many se-! leot Fifth Avenue esUbllshments thatj have never delivered their goods except i | through the express compunlen. When1 the retrenchment order waa i?sued their j late patrona, the umall ahopkeepers, I raide.i th* automobile aaarhetfl f"r iffl |cial doliva ry car.i tnd aecond-hand, I autos. Offirinls of all the Interstate express j i rompaiiia a sgree that they have hundled ; of lata more heavy paeknges than ever! before. There hn? been an ahnormal ajeaaand for rayM transportation ef ar-, [ tlolcs, Bflaally nent by freight. A great i jierea-ntagir of lhic is war equipment.1 sad'lles and harness for eavalry and I artillery horses. A preat number of baggage rara have been eommandeered j by thc government for the personal be lungings of soldiers. I'eri-ha'.len Take Many (ara During the past three or four weeks 1 the government has given the railroads ngld oidera to have a certain number I of baggage cars in readiness for troops. A!l other business was hel.l r up when l.'ncle Sam issued orders for ? 1 if soldiers. Perishables or near peruhable food I stuffs had to ba rushed to the camps, and this has put a straln on the rail J road equipment throughout the coun I try, ftirther restrictlng the service. The congestlon Is not eonflned en? tirely to the big express companies en? gaged In interstate business. The two principal local companies, tho West? cott Express Company and the N'ew York Transfer Company, with head? quarters in the Grand Central and the Pennsylvanla stations, respectively,j are in aaraetleally th? aama eondition. j Their storerooms in the two big rail-1 road terminals of Manhattan are jammed with baggage and their I branch officea throughout the boroughsI of N'ew York are I'lled. Tha Jewish holidays have helped materially to add ! to the conpestion. All the express companies of tho . country have been pecuflarly hard hit by the draft and enlistments, aeeord? ing t? Frank Marlow, agent of the Westcott (ompany. Inveatigating Diaappearance Of Aireraft Combine Proteat Asslstar.t Postmaster Thomas F. Murphy, Bl New York, is lnvestlgat tag tha dlsappearance of 887 copies of a printed pn.test of the Aeronautical Society of Ameriea against the forrna tlon of the Manufaeturers' Aireraft Association. Tha pamphlets were ad? dressed to members of the society snd to (senators and Representatives ln Waahington. Aeeording to Frederiek W. Barker, preaident of the society, none of tho copies was delivered. The society has protested to Postmaster General Purle son. but has reeeived no reply. Telegrams? Vay Letters? Night Letttrt Cabtegramt? Tloniv Trantftrrtd bv Wirt Wherever the Soldiers go, there you will find WESTERN UNION Particularly in such changing days as these, it is good to know that Western Union service is being continuously lengthened to meet the new conditions. No matter where the soldier boys may go, you can depend on Western Union to reach them quickly and at small cost?so elastic is the service?so universal. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. Office Space to Rent Twenty-three thousand square feet of office space immediately avail able in The Tribune Building^ The building is conveniently located; well run; clean; with plenty of air space. Open day and night. with elevator service. The tenanta are the kind vou are glad to have as neighbors. A diagram is ready to mail you; or. better, call and let us show you. Ovrrlooking Citji Hall Park. tfhe -Iribune aBuiteimp' Should you wish further inforrnalion or an appoint? ment to see theic officet our agent will gladly take care of you. Ajent oa PremUei. Phone Beekman 3000. $7,144,000,000 Bill h Quickly Passed in House | Biggest Deficiency Appro priation Is Adopted Unanimously ProvidesArmySupplies Meaaure Include* Funds for Equipping 2,000,000 Sol? diers and Sailora i WASHINOTON, Sipt. 18. The largtst , deflclency appropriation biil BB the his- ' tory of the government was paised by ths House to-day without a dissenting | vote and without a rollcall. The bill carries tutal appropriations end contract authorisations of $7,144,- I (,00,000. Diiefll aopropnatlons amount to J4,830,OG0,000, while cor.trao' author- , irations total 12.314,000,000. The meas? ure is made up almost or.ttfely of war appropriations, and is intended to sup- | ply, equip and provide artillery and mu- i nitions for a total of nearly two mill- | ion soMkts and sailors. N'o change was made in the bill from , the form in which it originally was in troduced, although several belatod ap? propriations wpre accepted after it reached the floor of the House. One j item that provided $3,000,000 to pur- j chase Kent Island, ln Chesapeake Bay, for an ordnance proving ground was stricken out on a point of order. The 8enate Appropriations Commit? tee will give immediate consldaration to the bill to have it roady for aetion after passage of the soldiers* Insuranee bill. The measure probably will be the last passed by the Senate before ad journment. Before the bill was passed in the Houae Representativy Sabath. Demo? crat, after fai'ing to mic"; into it a number of horlror.tal salarv Increases for government clerks, aelied the occa sion to deliver an a*.t4?ck on tho food udminiitration. "I have not noticed that prices have been matenally reduced to the con sumer by the action of the food ad? ministration," Mr. Sabath said. "The wheat price is a whole lot higher than it ought to be, and the price which they ?.xed on potatoes, $1.50 a bushel, certainly I? far too high." ?-4?-? Mra. De Saulles Will Fight to Keep Son Opposea Uncle aa Guardian? Willing to Let Mrs. Hecksher Have Him Temporarily Mre. Bianca Errazuriz de Saulles, in jail at Mineola awaiting trial for the killing of her husband, John Longer de Saulles, will fight for the custody of ber tour year-old son, Jack. Her at? torney, Henry A. Cterhart, opposed yesterday the application of the boy's uncle, -Charles A. H. de Saullea, to be appointed guardian. The hearing, held before Surrogate Fowler, developed that Mrs. de Saulles had not seen her son since August ?.'". Mr. Uterhart insisted that when the date of Mrs. de Saulles's trial arrived he would not oppose the appointment of Mrs. ('. Maurice Hecksher, wife of a cousin of tho boy's father, as tem? porary guardian. The fact that Mrs. de Saulles has not seen her boy for almoit three weeks \i due to her refuaal to accede to the de mands of the d.i Sauller, familv that ?ihr made written application each time ihe desired to have the lad with her. Jack is said to have acquired a house and nine acres lu Nassau County since the ghootinj? of his father. This was offered as a reaaon why a guardian should be appointed. ? City to Bear Tax Brunt ALBANY, Sept. 1$.--New York Ctty'a share of the direct state tax of $12.-: 800,000 flrill be approximately 6** per cent, or about IS.aW.MO, These figures were haaed on the atate equalizatiou table adopted to-day by the State Board ef Kqual nation. Thc balance of $4,*10o,nft0 will be appor tioned among the fifty-^even counties of the state outv.de of New York <"ity. The Weather Report WASHINOTON. rwpa- II.?*?? ALir.U.i Cnttl itorm la Xi'r* trxnr dta'u.oa off DM IfflflM nnajt iiot1d? iitrthai.-'. aad UM flaflflflfll lia.t Bmtti Ifl Narw Er.fla.id Thera ??r? ahottam ln Flnrldt. 'ha JitAniu. Nfbraika. N*w UttBtt uA n'-rmao Waa' ,-n T.iai. ?M'a rrrer BM r?rr.alnd<r oa* tha ca*ij.t.y ? Lfta .-.-l^r waa fair. Tl.a UOUMaTaiitfi |J BeaMVflat fc'fher mr - aa aajtor-i t-.ifi ?1 laM tmtoUl ar.d .n-on, l". tr ? pajioaia ElaVWbeta 1 ? ? Waat lt haj rhtrgot B.it. int:?. Wtrh t.ha nrr\ U"?i of tXicmnrt Wadtiat la? t. ths riaalWa panlnaulA, t!? ?.,thar . M 'air WttamiAl Aiii TliursdiT f-aj- ?' UM HN traalppl H.v?r "IC.uu'. BflaflarflBUfl ci-.tjitm ot eon KQuatr.'-e _^_^_^ rorontnt tor Spae'al Lacilltlaa. -Eiitam Pfr.r.ajl tanlfc? VtXr. loma-'iial wanraf todw. T*>iurcdi.7 , fur. ?Bajflfla Pen:.?/'.'?-'.la au.'. Wftt-^m Naw Tort? Pair Uflarr orrt TTwradaj Uitia of.ti.tn ln uo C?at*rB N'?a? Y'.rlt rtfaw r.rt'.trit tt\i itow Jfrtay ?_?****" ^>-da/ aj.'l tlSatjflBT. teeal Ofiolai Rauaxtl.--1 a foUoariae nffldil rae <>M fr?a '.I.e W.-vrcr n .r-rtaui them tftmpara. uraa durtr* tha Utt BM *t raflf hoa.n, ir. u.mpan..x. with iim eocTfapoaM =| Attn ot Iflfll rear. i?!" i?:< nr i?ii I . m ,11 sa | p. ra.H -a I a n. M M * P. m- . Ti ti I,. Z n) Ml f av ? ..? s; 13 r. aoa. ? :1 ? '? .'. P rr. , ? 54 Hrrtiawt i?arpara;i.-? >.a>"1aj II l^jraai al l:M 3 iaataMt, M sl f a. avl. atru-a. tl. t-iot Ln .a.. - di'? '-"t tett Al. a.arw i?J?t ilau r*of |S -.Llrtj kfiefl >"?r?. M Maafllflei | . a . ta 1 P m . ? ,n ?..> Ba/wtaatar Raatlan I a. ?v . ta<*> : .-> ra .-i tm s ? ra, tirt LaaaJ OfStitl foroctt'.- Ft.r u> lvy ir.d to-Tior pjw far.lle tn rrolrrala a?at wlnla. b4Mflmli.i flflflflflla Miniature Almanac ?aa aw.I ? Sjm mn ? .? ?jo \lmr\ naaa . av bl i I '. V-?ti m<j ' p. m > T tr. High Water A BJ P U Utmat Haa* . Mj i M tAptowttt u.*ad.? ?> am -,'.: '?!?* .!? ?' -1 , Business Troublt aia ;- - ??? AMignmtar CASTLB RRff. mMPAVT IN'r rat*i; Imai U }0? BMSflflfe av |.'M'l ? '??"??'J A L*4a1a -. a ual A Ai-f'.et Aum li prawi 1*U ef Iha ^Diiii^/, | -t'?-.. arta - ???.? ?. <-: ia UMfl. Henry Parish Die? In Long Branch Former President of New York Life and Trust Co. Was 88 Years Old LONG BRANCH, N. J., Sept. H**? Henry Parlsh, who was president of the Xew York Life and Trust Com *Wf, at II Wall Street, for forty-four years, died at his summer home, Lin* co.n Avenue, to-day. Mr. Perish was eighty-eight yeara old. He retired from active business a little over two years ago. Mr. Parlsh beeame president of the New York Life and Trust Company ln 1871. At that time Ua deposita amount? ed to $6,000,000. When he retired from the presidency they had inereased more than six times that amount. Mr. Parish was one of the most eon servative bankers in the city. This eaaserratlSBI extended beyond the aetu? al realms of b.nking to the extent that he would never permit a telephone to be Installed ln the offlces, nor would he permit the use of typewritera except |h?y were lociited so that he could not hear them. T'pon his rettremer.t from active g duties, in 191'*, Mr. I'ansh la* I tnat he be allowed to retain some connection with the institution. and he was made chairman of the board of directors, an honorary position. Funeral announcement will be made later. Mr Tarlsh is surv'.ved by fonr sons, Henry, jr., Wainwright, Po-ve.l and Edward C Parr.-h, ar.d thre** daughter1. Mr* Arthur B. r'.mmor.r*. Mr.. ywto land EL Dodgo and Mrs. Daniel P. Kingsford. ? ?i? -' Guilty of Killing Girl Jury Convicts Soldier Whose Sweetheart Was Strangled ST. AI.BANS, Vt., Sept. 18.?Robert Warm, of Pottstown, Penn., the United States cavalryman eharged with the murder of his sweetheart, Jennie Hem ingway, aged fourteen, was found guilty of manslaughter In the county court to-night. His counee! said the case would be carried to the Supreme Court on exceptions. The soldier exhibited emotlon when reference was mado in the closing arguments to the girl, who was strangled to death in a cornneld near her home the night of August 12. IMPORTANT Blrth, Kni?|fm-nt. Marrlace. Death and In Men.orlam Notlres mar be t-lt-phoaed lo The Tribuue nny time up to inlilnifiit for Insertlon ln tbe next day's paper. Juat rall Beekman 3000 and read the notice aa you wlah IS ln aerted. BUI for same will he mailed to *-.>u later. The notice will reach ever 100.000 readers ilall*. "i^AGEi^NTS" NEWMN W1LMAMS ? Dr. and Mrt. George H. Wllliama. of Beaeon and Corn wali-on-Hudaon, N. Y., announee the en gagement of their daughtar. Saliy Va_her, tn Mr. Jtmei Caverly Nawlln, Jr.. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Cavarly Newlin, of Tha Willow*.. Haverford. Penn. Mr. New lin lt a member of tha Aviation Coirs of the U. 8. N. and now at Boaton. POND TITI'S- Mr. and Mrs. Hanrr Ilwood Titus, of Plainfleld. N. J.. have announced tha engagrement of ;heir dauchter, Ruth, to Mr. David Stirlin* Pond, of Pomfret, Conn., formerly of Plalnflsld. MARRIAGES Bl'CK MOODY?At Brooklyn, September IS. C!arH B. H. MooJy. of Eaat Northflald, Maaa., to Dr. Francis D. Uurk, ot New Vork. JEROME COLT.ATE- Tuesday. September !8, at Ben Venue, Dannlngton. Vt., Hope Habheil, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Jumea Colby Colgate, tn William Travers Je rum*. jr. MEl.E TA8CALE -lucy Taacala. of 13 King st.. to Emllio Mele. on September 16, 1917. Rt.NK -FAIRCHII.D ? At Whita Sulphur Springs, Ya.. on Septaraber 13, by tha Bav. A. D. I.ivermore, Maria Llllla Falrchild to Mamhall H Kunk. T1HHKTTS (KAMP On goptamber 15. at N*?-n Ri..-r.e'le. N. Y.. by tho Rev. Cornellua Woelfkin, D. D. Mary Louise, daughtar of Dr. and Mr*. Walter C Cramp and granddaughter of the late Colonel Joal W. Munn, le Niirrit I.owell Tibh-stts. ?un of Mrs. 1'. L. Tibbetts, of Winchestar, Maas. DEATHS Adam*. Photb** M f ong, John Hae-, Pora Mann, Fa-yileC. Uarret*. Mary V. Mannweiler, Cstherlne lian v. Mary T. KcTleraaa, Eathar D. Bemek, Mllton U. Murphy, I.>dla A. Byrne. Margaret Neumann. Amelte Carpenter. H-nry B. I'an.n. Henry Conkling. Alfrvd R PenU'dy. Hoyal t Diabrow, Mary P. Perkins, George E Emeiy,-Tasephine K..I ir^.n, Oscar J. Faacher. Auguata G. R<v?*?*. J-asle D Keeney. Nicholas SeBeM, C. t. FUhel. JonleK. Srillane, Franaia Glauber. Sum S. Spilling. Annte Ha*den. Mary A. .-"***?*art, I*ah-l!a Heth-rington, J H Sttmson. LevrU A. Hickei, Sl ;v?it-r M. Stout, AHce U Hill. Stephen J.. Jr. Sullivan. Mary JanUer, I.ydia Tar.gen. KHsten .lollie. Ma> E I **?<?? Klla G. Jasaph. i'harlea Wall. James Joseph.on, Ckaftaa V* nght, Georga M. Kelly, Joeeph APAM8 On Septembar IV at tha resldenee of her son-ln-law, Charles du Boit, Plain fleld, N. JL Ph_*be Mott, da'ght*r of tha lateAlfred and Mary Franklin Wiilw and wife of the lata Henry Burr Adama. aged ,'<i years. lt was Mra. Adama a earneat d*-.ir-. that the funeral he privaU*. Inter ? -i.t t.ok place ln the family lot ln Wood lawn on Tueaday. BAER- Dora. agad 11. on Monday, Saptam ber 17, 1 tS9 P- tn. Funeral Wednea4ay. .Saptar - Vi, 10:10 - m., -- -i Wallbrook av.. Baltimore, Md. BARRETT Mary Praaeta Barrett (nea I ischerV wifa of Michaal J. Barratt, ln har 30th year. Funer_! from her late reii danca, 463 Waat 64th at. on Wadneaday mornini, 10 o'clock. thence to Chureh of St. Paul the Apojti*. whare a maaa of laqjiem will b? offere<'. for tha repoaa of her ?ui!. Interment C ? .ry Cemetery. - BARRV Sudd-nly, at her raaldant-a. 31 7th av., New Brighton. _. I.. Mra. ilary T Harry. runeral Thuraday, 3.30 a. m.. frora Bt fmm** Chureh. BEBRICK?On Monday, Septrmbar 17, tn hia 41.it year, Milto. M. l!arri<-k, balovad son of tha late Abrahem H. and Minnle. Fu? neral atrvicea at the poamt* ot Sam Roth ?. hild, Z<'i Lenoi av., at 1 .'Oth ?t.. Wadnea? day. paptembar 1?. at 9.3) a. m. BYRNE -On Sunday, Margaret Byrne (nea Hanophyi, beloved motha. of Mn. Elua be'.h ByTT.a McKannn Funeral from har late reeldance, 1 Easex at., Brooklyn, Wednaaday. Solemn requlem maaa 9 30 a. m.. St. Malaehy'a Chjrch, Van Slelan av. ?Meklya. 4'ARPENTER Suddenly, on Sunday, 8ep .. ? ".!7. Henry Bernard Carpenter. ind of Kathryn H. Carpantar. in hia 3<ith year. Funeral lervlcea will be held at hn homa, Hi St Mark's av.. Brooklyn, on \V-dn--iday at S p. m. CONKLING?Suddenly, at hts raeldanca, 1JT taat 70th at. Naw York City. Alfrad R. Conkling. tn the *J7th year of hU aga. on September II. 1917. Notlea of funeral faenaftah DISBROW On Septembar 17. Mary Francea Pii'row, wifa of J. tUmmi Diabrow ar.d daughter of the late Napoleon J. and Mary F. Hair.es. Servlre at convenienes of fsmi.y. EMEHY?After a liagtring illneas. Joaephtne, balovad dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. TCmery. Funeral pr*.-a-a InUnneut Ca.tary. e DEATHS TASCHER- On Monday. September 17, 1917. Augueta Orober F asche r, widow of George Bflflflkflr. Funeral aervicea at her lat? reei ?e, 35: Eaat 10th at.. Flatbueh. on Wednasday, fleptember li, at 2 p. m. In terment in Lutheran Ccmartery. fBENEY-On Morday. Sn-*?rm*r>?r 17^ ltl7. Nicholaa Keerary, igaid 75 years. Funevsl fr.m his laf rtaidenre, $21 47th st., Brook |yr., on Tniraday, Bflgdaaetwf 20, 1:10 a. r . ; thence to St Aga'r.a'a R C. Church. S'.th at. and 7?h av . where a solemn maaa of raqulero will hn ?elebra>d for the repeae nf hla aoul btflTflatBl Ifl Cfl -arr Ceme? tery. riRUEtx?On Mo- day. Septen bar 17. At 160 1 ? rh av., .'rtia Klaher, belovasd wlia arrf Ja> ? erh M. 1-iahel ard mother of Kau. Ftt r.aral at eonvertlenee of family GLAUBER -Suddenly. at Denver. Coi, 9e? tember 13. 1917, Sam S. Giauber, aged 42. beloved h'^band of Kmiiy, brother of Maa and Joaeph, member of Willtem MeKinley Lodge. F. and A M. No. Sl'*: CatncordU Chapter, No. 41, O. E. S.. Anciant Chapter. Seottnh Rite; Imperial Council. Nob'ae Myttir Shrina. liffl roerrber Hebrajw Infant Aaylum. Funeral eerviree from f>rroen Masonlc Tem,-!e. 220 Eaat 15th at.. r.4?ar *i av.vWedo?aday. Septetnber It, at 11 a. m - Vt'il.iam M-Klnley Lfodge. No. 840. F. anal A M. Hrethren ara awfluaatatw to at'er.d tha funeral of our lata bmther, S*-"""1 * Clauber. on Wedneedny. Pertemner 1 ??. H a. m, f-om G*nran Maror.r.- Temp.e . IB at, n-ar .Id ??. Harry ? H '? BBBBBBa. Joiarph HothaehlM, SeereUry. HAYDEV Oi IflBflflF. S-p'eT.bar M. 131". at Wl-dlam. N Y.. Mary aV. wife of H-nry I Ha?_ of Brooklyn. V T. to neral lervteea Wedneaday. Septembtrl **. al Um " apa l of Bttttfliaoa CsflMflfllTa ?*? Hat ? . nt 4 p m HETHERINfiTOV At Phi ade'.phla. Septerr ber H. 1?17. Jamea H Hether.ngVin. ttjfla mander. U 8. tt.. reUrtal, eorr.mar.ding (JfliUd S*-?tea Naval Home, Philadelphia, aged 61 yeara. Intermer* Wedneaday. at Arilr.gton, private. HICKEY- At I.akewood. N J. IflflJflflflBflflfl 16 1917. 8> ? ??-??er M Hiekaty, of Troy. N ' Y . aged 61 yeara. 5urvlv?d by daugh ter, Chrlitlaa M Dwyer, and aon. George H ' Hlckey. Funeral e<*rvira-s Baflttrmbef tl Cbafww of St. Vary of the Lake. I ?<? . - j :i [-, a m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. HLL?Oa September 17. at hia realdeneaj. <tephen J . jr., BflflbflJM "f Clara A. H'.ll, in Ml .19th year Kuneral ?Bllllfl BaMi Michael** Chapel. l-'Jth at and Amaterdam av.. on Thursday, September 20. at 11 a. m. Interment private. JANTZEN On Sarptember II, Lydia Jant ten, afed 4 7 yeara. beioved alatar of Albert, Rudolph. Edward and Maaimillan. Fu-eral ?ervicea at her late resldence. .1. Watat 3Sth st. on Wedneaday, $ p. m. Ir.tw menl Woodlawn Cemet*ry. "OLLIE- Suddenly, on SepUmber 14. at the home of her aiater. Mra. Fred W. Meyer. S Hairue at. Jeraey City. May Ewen Jol lle, wife of the late \ ernon A. Jollle. JOAEPH?Charlaa J'teph. beloved huabana! of Helen Joaeph. father of Julea Joaeph. In Paris. France. Strrtember 14, at hU real denee, One Avenue Fare Mon.-eau. AU.en* 'Ga . and "Denter (Coi. ( papera p'.eaae copy. IOMFUOM -Cbarlea Joaephaon, September !?, 1.917, hu?band o.' ?adie. father of Flor enee and Gertrude. I uneral aervicea Vt'edneiuay, ll a. rn. KEI.I.Y Joaeph, !83 Sterling Place. Brook? lyn, on September I'i, 1917. LONG John Long, native of City of Cork. Ir?lnnd. Funeral from rcaldence of hla brother. Daniel I.oirtr. 116 V-mt. 43d at, Wedneaday. ^:30 a. Ba. Ma^a Bt A?nea"a Roman Catholic Church. Irtern.ent Cal vary. MANN Suddenly, at her late home. II Aur.ln Place. Bloorr.f.eld. N J . September 1", 1917. Fannie Carter. beloved wife of Joseph McEIroy Mann. r*wBerfll tervicea at tbe Firit Presbyterian Churrh, Friday, "ep tember 21, on arrival of trcin leuvir.g New York, D.. I.. 4 W. U. R.. at 2 10 p. m. 1 MANNWF.II.ER- On September 15, Cathe rlne Matinweiler .nee Krench., beloved wife of Jacob Mannwtriler. in the SOth year of her age. Kuneral from her lata real dence, 37 Carmuie St. on Wedneaday. >ep trmb?r 19: then.-e to .*t. .Toeeph'. < nurch. Sixth av., where a man flrill be orTeraxi for the rc^ose of her aoul I-.termer.t in Holy Croas. M'TIERNAN Kith.er D. Mt-T>r-an. In her i:!rith year. uife of Dr Jamea M-Tiernan, of I 103 Weat llth at. Funeral Wr'.neaHa? from li.r mol.itr'a residence, SU Bflflfl Hill av . Dorehester. Maat. ' MI'RPHY At lake Molionk. N Y . on Sat? urday, September 15, 191a. I.yilla A.-ker man Murphy. in the ?t'i year of her age Kuneral private. NEIMANN Amelia Neumar.n. Servicea THK PTJHEBAL CRURCfl Broflattwav and 66th st. .Krank E. Campbell BflttflBBf), Thursday afternoon, 2 :30 oclock. PARIfH-On TflflflflflrP. IflfltflflalBir lt, 1917, at hia lummer rasidence, Elberon. N. J . Henry I'ariah, ln hii 8Sth >ear. Nut'.ce of (uneral hereafter. PF.ABODY?Suddenly, Sertember II, at hia ieaider..H at I-.ike George, N. V . Roval Canf.eld Peahody. in hl? 64th >ear Ku? neral servl-e? at I-ake George. Tuea.iav. Septemb.> ? i'. at 2 o'eWctt, ai I at Green tutai CemeUry Chapel, Wed'.rtday, 10:30 ?: Ifltk. PERKINS S-ddenly. at BHHaflflVflll Hoflflltel, Fe;>tember 19, 1917, George K.rdi ott Per? kins. | m ef CfaariaS Lavtr^nre I'erkir.a and F.llzabeth Weat P.-rklns, in the T.Vh year of his age. Kunenl aervicea at Trr.tty Chapel, Zltfl st., weat of Broalttay. at 10:30 Vt'edr.?day. September 19, \1\,. Interment i-rfvate. BOBINHON B .i'i nlr, BB Sunday. Septeiv. ber 1(, 191". Oaaar J. beVved husband of Carrie BoMwoa (aflfl Peyser I fo neral frflii raalaVwew ..f Mr aaal Mn Krank P.-vaer. 17J1 F.i-t 13th a' . Rr on Wednesday. SeptsmbflT 19. 1917, Bl n. as. Fataeral sarr -ea Taasaflf, ?t ( r m. Janeswlle. Wlfl.; OflBB, IH, papera pleaae copy. BOW'F Oa Sunday. Ter>"emher 19. IM7, Jansie D Ro?.e. in her 18th year. Fu? neral aervicea a- the r-jiden.-' af JJJ daughter. Mra. Harry M. Williams 2*M K.atea av . Orange, K. J ? OB Tueaday. September l9. at ra'.f-paa" nne a m ln frment at New Haven, Cenn. 8ERVICE8 THE KfNKHM CHUBC1I I: w k k. Caaipbe I'si B wajr, *?tli at. Nmrmar.n. Amelre. Thunday $:9Q p. taa. Wi-ight, George M . Kr r ra/. 0 a. m. Tan^en. Krriten. TflflM aatPP. 80F1FLD C arer.oe Pre kertek. September II Kuneral aervr.-ea TueaMUy. llth, ? p rr . fll hla late restdmce. I7SA BflflflJflB st. Brook? lyn. SPIU-ANE Francis, 1191 Carmll tt. Brook lyn. on September 11, U'l7. BPU I INIr-Buddenly. ttl her Mflfl vear. Kn\ .-. beloved wife of John Spilling. Fu? neral Thursday. 2 p m., from her lata reerdenre, 457 Ea.t [Mflfl st. 8TEWVRT nuHsnlT on Monday. Septen. her 17, 1917, laabe'.la. wife of Charlea K. Stewart Kur.eral .ervicea tvill b? helaj at he- late reslden-e, 110 Weat IIM at. on Wndr.ealay evening. September 10, at s o'clock. 8T1MSON* BeflaB**el*fi r- Uoniay, 9aa9aahna 17 at lu home, SKinneeock Rillfl. Long Island. l)r. I.eva-is Aferbury Strmaon. ln the 74th year of hit age. t .r.era! senrlcea Bftvflflfl. Boaton papers ; 'eaae flflflfl BTOL'T At raat 3<i "ember ".7. A!ice Ia* 6'out ttidow of Captain John W Btout Funeral aervicea Wedneaday afternoon ?t her home, Harnmin, Orange County, V Y 8VI.MVAN On September 19. Mary. be loved ttife of the itU Jeremieh Sulllean and beloved aunt of Mrs. Sadle Dillon Mal Julia McArd>. Funeral from her lata residence, ..14 Eaat 47th at, on Wednea Jay September 19. at 9 rSO a. w.: thence to li Bonlfare's Church, where a maaa of re-.uiem wl',1 be offered Interment Calvary Cemetery. TANGgN-Krlaten Tangen. Servleea at THE FUKEBAL CHURCH, Broadway. hetween Mth and 67th ats. i Krank E Campbell Building). TONE Ofl .-^ei'tember '.6. 1917, E'.Ia Glaa rott beloved wife of Daniel Tone Funeral We-ines'lay. September 19, frcrn her late reeidenre. 3:"0 Broadway. at 9 .30 : thence to the ChurrU of Annunclatlon. where a raaas of re-julem wiil ba offered for the repose of her aoul. Interment 8t Ray rr.oi.ts Cemetery. WAI.I. On Monday. September 17, 1317 Jamea Wall, aged ll yt-ars, belored aaa of James and Mary Wall Funeral from hia late realJence. 21*4 Tenth av , Thuraalay. Septembar 20, at l? 30 a. m. Solemn maaa of rauuiero at Church of the Guardian Angel. W?"4t 23d et-. at 10 a. m. Inter? ment Calvary WRIC.HT -George Murray. Serrleea THE FI'NF.RAI. CHI'KCH, Broadway, 16th *.n?l 67th ata. Frank L. Campbella). Frialajr morning. 3 o'eloek. UNDERTAKERS a i_u/ I _._ Oldast Vj'an isnat! r^ocoaaleal. ^EMETERIES TBB HOOOLAWrv ( rvrTraT. I IJI4 flt By Htuiam Train and ty TroUaflB ^ Lou of arr.a 'an? for aale. Oflce II Baal IM flt . N. I.