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$773,641,850 in Last Loan Drive Guaranty Trust Company Heads the List With $55,326,600 The place of the banks in the selling machinery in the loan drives is shown in statistics for the third Libertv loan campaign announced vesterdi. v ?. . the Federal Reserve Bank* In New Vorl. City the banks turned in sub scriptions amounting to $773,841,850. In Manhattan the banks' handled $702,577,760 of subscription?; the Brooklyn banks, 552,427,600: Bronx. $5,112,350; Richmond, ?;..386,0P0, and Queens, $10,K.7,350. The Federal Re? serve Bank announcement also re? vealed that New York State contribut? ed $986,286.000, the twelve counties of New Jersey $114,888,200. and Fairfteld County. Connecticut. $14,755.600 to the ! grand total for the Second Federal Re ' serve District, which reached $1,114,-1 ?.?0,700. The Guaranty Trust Company lead . all the other banks, with subscription, amounting to $55,326.600; the National City Bank was second, with $60,071,000, j and the First National Bank was third. | with $46,062,000. British Airmen Damaged Austrian Military Bases WASHINGTON, May 23. -British av? iators who bombarded the Austrian aerial station and the submarine base at Cattaro on May 20, fired one build- : ij.R near the jetty and also Bot fire to j the barracks, said n dispatch to-day from Rome. "Notwithstanding the intense art il- ; ?ery tire und the attack of enemy de? stroyers," s?id the dispatch, "the Brit is airplanes all recntered -their base safely." Commodities Industrial Cotton in a further sharp decline in the cot? ton market yesterday July contracts sold at 23.05. This represented a ! break of 65 points from the closing price o: Wednesday, and o. no less , than $53.85 per bale from the high '. record of April ?1. Continued good weather In the South and further talk Of probable increased low grade pr?s-| -ire. encouraged the selling movement, lut the extent of the decline seemed ?o be attracting more attention in the, late trading, and there were rather? sharp reactions in the last half hour, with the close very' steady at a net ' decline of 18 to 36 points. The closing strength of Mav in New! Orleans, which attracted attention.' probably resulted from covering by ? eleventh-hour shorts. Trading in Mav. will end at noon to-day. Southern spot market, as officially reported, ! were unchanged to 50 points lower, ex? cept in the case of Charleston, which was nominally 2%c. lower, at 20e. for middling. Quotations for middling Quotations for middling cotton in the Southern markets now range from 26.65c. to 30c. Memphis was the only market reporting sales, with quotation's on the basis of 30c. for middling. Yester- Day Year day. before, ago. Cash . 26.45 25.70 21.55 Contract: ! May . 23.35 23.60 21.101 July . 23.44 23.70 20.78 October . 22.86 23.05 20.861 December . 22.76 22.9s 20.S9 ? January . 22.66 22.86 21.08 ' Metals The lead market s. owed slightly in? creased activity yesterday and the de? mand was fairly brisk. There was no ; change in prices, however. The market for spelter again was exceedingly ! quiet. A report of the meeting of the copper men with the price fixing com mittee of the War Industries Board ap- ; pears in another column. Current prices for the principal metals, compared with those prevailing; s year ago, follow: Current A year price. ago. j Pig iron. Bessemer, Pittsburgh.*$36.15 $44.95 Copper, electrolytic, lb *.23'/2 .33 Tin. lb. 1.05 .65/2 Lead, lb..07 .11 Spelter. East St. Louis, lb.07?8 .093/8 'Government prices. Sustenance Cereals Wheat..Reports from the North western spring wheat states indicated a ' favorable outlook for spring wheat, j some authorities predicting that unless some unforeseen damage occurs the ; chances arc very favorable for a bumper yield. The movement was : ?gam light at primary points and mills are .til! running on short time. Latest , adrices from the three principal wheat j raising countries of the Southern Hem- i ?sphere?namely, Argentina, Australia j and India ..-t?te that the poor trans- i port?t ion facilities which have existed j during the last three years have not discouraged farmers from planting full j .creage and that the outlook is favor-| able Corn.?After showing a certain .mount of firmness early in the day the com msrket experienced a sharp break toward the close, and final quotations were ]'r,8c to 3'ic net lower. It was the prevailing impression that the technical position of the market had been ma? terially weakened by the recent cover? ing, and when the volume of selling in? creased there was little to support values. The June position showed the greatest loss, and probably reflected the expectation of large deliveries of low grade corn on that contract. Weather ?nd crop news were favorable, with temperatures in the Northwest consid trably higher. Reports from Chicago said that delegates Wo the grain conven? tion now in session there expected de? creases in grain prices. The spot mar? kets were comparatively steady in the West, and it was said that distilling in? terests will probably continue to con -ume large quantities of corn through? out the duration of the war. Ye_t?rflay's Previous Year New York: clo.e. ' close. ?go. Corn. No. 3 yellow.$1.80.4 $1.50 $1.81 !4 CliicHso : M*y. -- 1.521/4 July . 1.393-4 1.41*? 1.41% Oats.?The congestion in the May po? sition in the Chicago oats market has apparently been relieved by large de? liveries and in consequence the whole market was weaker, closing with net losses of T?c to 2c. There were rallies ?t times during the day, but the un? dertone was nervous and closing figures were only slightly above the lowest. .'ash markets were again weak, and while exporters were in the market 'hey took only small lots of nearby oats at outports. Y?.t*r?'__.y'? Previous Year New York : close. close ?Ito. Corn, New 3 ?Uta. .81|/a.83 .75 Chicago: May .75 .76*, .62 July .SS"/? .67 .58% Rye.?Market steady. Ye_terday'_ Previous Yeai New York : clo?*. clone. ago. Ca?b, No. 2 West...$2.12 $2.12 $2.45 Flour and Meal,?Quotations were: Ye*'day's Prevlou? Year New York: clou*, clone. ago. Hour. Minn., SPC pat.$11.00 $11.00 $14.80 Bye flour, choke. 11.25 11.55 12.75 ('?rnmtal, yellow, uran. 4.85 4.85 ?SJO 'Kiln dried. ?.?. ? ? Produce Markets?Current ?utter.?Receipts were 16,361 pack? ages. Creamery, higher than extras, per lb., 44^?C<i,45c; extras (92 score) 44c; firsts 188 to 91 score? ill*? i:-*r?c-, seconds -83 to 87 score) 37^ 41c; thirds, 366_.36c; creamery, un.alt cd. higher than extras, 46(a46V4c; ex? tras, 46f<T46^c; firsts, 42*4^44^0 seconds, 39(jj42c; ?State dairy, tubs. Oneat, 431/fc(j^44e; good to prime. 41<_j. -__?_* common to fair. SR'iHOe: r?nov?t ed. extras, 38(&38.ic; firsts, 37@87Wc; lower grades, 32@36c; imitation creamery, firsts, 34'-! 34 'se; ladles, cur? rent make, firsts, 31 Vi@32Vic; seconds, 30Vic; lower grades, 2sVi(?;30c; pack? ing stock, current make. No. 1, 30(a? 30Vsc; No. 2, 29@29Vic; lower grades, 27@28._c. Cheese.?Receipts were 2.20S boxes. State, whole milk, flats, held, specials, colored, lb., 251_?26c: white, 24Vi@ i 26c; average run. colored. 23Vi@24Vic; white, 23Jt 24c; fair to good, 22(_?.22Vic; I lower grades, 16<_-21c; fresh, specials, I colored, 23c: white, 23c; average run. j colored, 22 Vie; white, 22 '-_c; lower grades, 20'? 22c: twins, held, white, specials, 23Vb((/. 24c; average run, 23c; fresh, specials. 22Vic; average run, 22@22V4c; single daisies, fresh. 24(g 24V*c; double daisies, held, 25(2.25'??e; fresh, 23'i(&'24c. Wisconsin, whole milk, fine to fancy, twins, colored, held. 23@24Vic; white, 23(?24c; fresh, 22V4 @22Vic; single daisies, held, colored, 25(226Vic; double daisies, held, col? ored. 25('?2..M?c; white, 24(a24Vac; fresh, 2."???v 24c: Young Americas, fresh, 23@23?4c. State, skims, held, twins and flats, specials- 18@19c; fresh, fiats, specials, 17?17Vic; prime to choice. 15Vi@16V4c; twins and cheddars, specials. 17@17V4c; prime to choice, 15Vs@16.ee; fair to good, 11@ 15c: lower grades, 5(T/.10c. Eggs. - Receipts were 41,741 cases. Fresh gathered extras, per dozen. 36'?. 37c; storage packed firsts, 34V?'??35Vic; regular packed extra firsts, 54Vi<?.35c; regular packed firsts, 32Vi@34c; sec? onds and poorer, 28@32c; fresh gath? ered dirties, No. 1, storage packed, 29V. j '"-SO; No. 1, regular packed. ?29@ 29Vic; No. 2 and poorer, 27@28V6c; j fiesh gathered checks, good to choice, j dry, 27@28Vic; under grade., 20_r>2Ge; state, Pennsylvania and nearby West? ern hennery whites, fine to fancy, 39? 41c: ordinary to prime, 36@38c; gath? ered whites, ordinary to fine, 35(?38c; Western and Southern, gathered whites, 35@37c; state, Pennsylvania and near? by hennery browns, 37(a.39; gathered brown and mixed colors, C3(?35c; duck eggs. 29'c7 42c. Orchard and Field Yesterday. A year ago. Peas, Scotch...$email@example.com $13.50? ? Beans, marrow. choice, 100 lb. 13.75? - 16.75? 17.00 i Potatoes. Ber. bhl 4.00? 5.25 ?6.00(5)11.00 Apples. Bald, bbl 4.00? 8.00 3.50? 7.50 C?rapefruit.Fla.bx 2.00? 5.50 4,00? 5.00 Oranges, Fla, bx 3.00? 8.50 4.00? 5.10 ?Florida, new, bbl. Ray and Straw Yesterday A year ago (Per ton.? (Per ton.) | Timothy No. 1, large bales. . ,$28.00@?0.00 $firstname.lastname@example.org j No. 1 clover mxd 23.00? email@example.com Rye straw, No. 1 firstname.lastname@example.org 15.00? ? Fresh Poultry?Dressed Turkeys.-In barrels, dry picked, young toms, average best, 30(oi31c; young hens, average best, 32f<j;33c; I poor, 25;? 28c; old toms, 30(?32c. Chickens.?Fresh, boxes, drypacked, : Western, milk-fed, heavy weighty, ; staggy, 28@31c; corn-fed, heavy weights, staggy, 27@30c; in bbls., dry packed, Phila. and L. J., fancv broilers. 3--4 lbs. to pair, 90c; Phila. and L. I., ! squab broilers. 2?2V? lbs. to pair, per' pair, $email@example.com; Western, drypicked,! milk-fed, heavy weights, staggy, 26(a? ? 29c; corn-fed heavy weights, staggy,! 26C"28c; fowls, fresh boxes, drypacked, Western, 48-60 lbs. and over to dozen, ! 36c; 36-42 lbs., 34(aj35c; 30-35 lbs.. 33'? -4c; fowls, fresh, drypacked, bbls., Western, drypicked, mixed weights, 34c; in barrels, iced, drypicked, ripme, mixed weights, 34?34 Vie; scalded, prime, mixed weights, 33(?.34c; old cocks, fresh, drypacked, bbls.. dry picked, No. I, 27c; scalded, 25(a.26e; spring ducklings, L. I., lb., 42c. Squabs.?Prime, white, 6?10 lbs. and over to dozen, per dozen, $2.75(o $7.00; dark, per dozen, $_.50'<7;$2.00; culls, per dozen, 75c@$l. Broiler.;.?Colored, via express, 70f? 75c; white leghorns, via express, ?50'i> COc; broilers, mixed colors, via freight, per lb.. 60f?65c; ducks, L. I., via ex? press, 38c; fowls, via express, 27c; fowls, via freight, 27c; old roosters, via freight, 21c; turkeys, via freight, 20c; ducks, Western, via freight or ex? press, 25c; geese, via freight or ex? press, 17c; guineas, per pair, via freight, $1.00; live pigeons, per pair, via freight, 40(rt60c. Livestock, Meats, Provisions j Kollowine ?re jr.--.-day's price., compared with j t)i__i> o; a year a*o: Testerd?,.. A year ago. Ll.e st.ers. hett, _.- _? ._ _.? _. 100 lb .$15.50 ?$18.00 $10.75 ?$12.75 DreM-d beef. __._., ?Ide?. lb.22 ? .25 .15 ? .17!'? I_lv. v. _,.. Les'.. 100 lb .16.50 ? ?? 12-00 ? 15.00 Dreesed ?ea 1 s. .._??. city, lb .I? ? .24'/, .18 ? .22 I.iv. ewe?. 100 lb. 15.15 4. - 8.50 (_} 12.00 L?mb?. fair to mime. 100 lb.. 16.00 ? -? 17.00 ? 19.50 Drt.-.i1 mutton, lb .27W? .30 .19 ? ?24 Drawed Imiibs, ID .28'i?? .32 .29 @ .32 Hogs, 100 lb.18.50 ? 18.75 16.60 ? - Dressed hoi?_, ba? con, lb .25%? .26',. .21 ? .21.. Mess pork, bbl...51.00 ? 51.50 44.00 ? - Mes. beef. bbl...S2.00 ? 33.00 11.00 @ 32.00 L?)?>!. Mid. W.st. 1- .24.60e ? 24.700 22.30_ ? 22.600 Coffee, Sugar and Tea Current A | prices year For ca.lt: ? (cental. ?CO. Tea, Formoaa, per lb.29 25 Sugar, Kranulateii, per lb. 7.46 7.60 Coffee. Kio No. 7, per lb.8?? 10% Coffee Futures.?Business in the market yesterday was again quiet and confined mostly to the evening-up of outstanding contracts. The opening was at decHneB of 8 to 0 points. Values during the day held within a narrow range, final prices showing net de? clines of 1 to 6 points. There was little doing in the way of business in the cost and freight de? partment, about the only transactions being a sale of Santos 3's at 10.30c, steamer shipment, London credits. The local spot market was in poor demand with prices irregular owing to a scarcity of certain grades. Rio 7's de? clined Vic to 8%c, and Santos 4's were quoted at a range of lO.fcc to llVic. Yesterday a A year Contract : * ek>_e May . 7.Mf 8.02 July . 8.06#?.07 September. 8.23? 8.24 December . . 8.42$8.43 The market was again featureless and no attempt was made to make nominal quotation?. There was noth? ing new apparent in the spot position, but the undertone was steady, es? pecially for the better grades. RESORTS THE MOST ATTRACTIVE COUNTRY HOTEL NEAR NEW YORK OITY 3_1 Hotel (.ARDEN CITY, 1.0NG ISLAND On? or tho tnoet .i.lusl.o Hotels In Ain?ie__ A ctnnhlriitlnn of oui try Ufo end inct.op.HU_) luxury ?oidom found: -omluotwl on the Sjatn caii plan, with a ha?i<la.ni. _ le ???irte rentnu r_J't for tho conTOUlenco of motorlnu. lb? liolel Mitiiarnipiu hes recently purchased Mil; SALISBURY LINKS an eicelietu 18-hole sol! course, in-e to iiinii a_ the Ik./.. SI Mlle? from N, V ; frrquent eipctrl? train Kr.K-e from 1'enn Station J. J. LAMNIN CO.. Pro??. SPRING TIME is TOURING TIME HILLS VXD F?ELOS ARE ORLEV WITH FOLIAGE. TDK ROADS ARK (;i)(H). Till". HOTELS ARE READY TO 1'ROVIDE KOK YOUR ('(l.MKOKT. ?teal ;? feu .?ays from wartime worry for n motor trip fvuin which you will return Invlgorat-d and ready to renew your work. AU Hotels of tho. Nfcw England Hotel Association are mem burs of tho United States Food Administra? tion. Send for a four-color New England Jlou-1 Association Map to WM. KIMBALL, sr.PHF.TART. Draper Hid??l, Northampton, Mas.?. ?i. _____ i_J1Ii si ___*r. H?-S-6 #_ tile Ihsssaysts Jb?tiwi?OellOmrs_ A. J. * C. V. Murphy, Mpa. '/.?AWM?NMO? Spring Lake Beach. N.J. where ocean breezes temper the summer sun will open June 22, 1918 e ocean frontage, safe mg. Tennis, golf, fl.hlnfc FRANK F. SHUTE. Met?. PROSPECT HOUSE Shelter Island Heliihts, L. I.. N. Y. OPENS JUNE .9TH. Golf, Tennis, Yachting. Bathing, Garage. Dance __ Concert dally. Accommodates 300. Booking oin?-'?. Hotel McAlpin, N. Y. THE LEAOIN . RESORT HOUSE OF THE WORLD ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. "THE NATION'S HEALTH SHOP" HEALTH IS EFFICIENCY A Germicide Gulf-stream-tempered Climate. Ko Slush. No Dust. No Dirt, innumerable Outdoor Recreations and Indoor Entertainments Ownership A_a__9_men? J051J.H WHITE ft SONS CO. Ideal Home for Spring and Summer HOTEL MONTCLA1R MONTfLAIR, N. J, MOST DELIGH'I LILLY SITUATED RESIDENTIAL HOTEL IN NEW YORK'S SUBURBS. OPEN THE EN? TIRE YEAR. Exclusive clientele. Golf. Splendid Orchestra. Dancing. English Grill. Private Motor Bus Meets Lackawanuu Trains. FREDERICK C. HALL COMPANY. BRETTON WOODS WHITE MOUNTAINS, ?.. H. The Mount I'lea.ant. Upen June 22 to Oct. 1. ; C. J. DUNPHY, Mgr. The Mount Washington. Open.TulyS to Oct.14 D. J. TRUDEAU, Mgr. I Booking Offlc. 2-13 I, th Av. Tel. Mad.Si).. 230. I GEDNEY FARM HOTEL White Plains. N. Y. EDWARD H. CRANDALL. Open All Tear. AN IDEAL SUMMER HOME WYKEHAM INN WASHINGTON. CONN. IN THE BERKSHIRE:.. Write for circular. Social and Scenic Centre of the Whlto Mt?. MAPLEWOOD HOTEL ???SEI? IR Hole Golf, Trap Shooting Tournament. Hooking Office, 1,1S0 B'way. N. Y. Tel, Mad. Sq. 4748* SHARON SPRINGS, N. Y. White Sulphur .Spring. HathlnR Y.el. Now Open ! PAVILION HOTEL und Cottar?! Upon .lune 2." th. Kolrler. on application J. H. Gardner &. Son. W, II. Craig, Lessee. NEW WAUMBEK ?$aS_? JEFFERSON; WHITE MTS., N. H Open June 29. S West 40th ?St. 11. N. TOWNSLEY, Mgr. EQUINOX HOUSE T*0T\. " Manchestcr-ln-the-Mountaina, Vermont, Booking Office, The lorraine, 2 E. 4 5Ui St. ON BKAUTIIT L LAKE SUN APEE Soo-NipiPark Lodge coTA?s U M. U'aite. Mgr. N. Y. Office. IS W. 25th St. 8TAMFORD-IN-THE-CATSKIT.?.8, N Y The REXMERE H0?^ Open June 2T. Booking Office 1180 B'way, N. Y. WHIT? SULPHUR SPRINGS. W. Va. The Orecnhrt.r. Wonderful Curativo Waterg. BUSINESS CARDS TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITERS RENTED Van? vlalhle. S month?. V- V?._l_l_. . mouth?. $7.-0 up '? Initial payment applies If pureh_*ed. AMERR'AN WK1TIN? MACHINE CO., INC. ?V.9 Ilroadway. ?t Worth St. Tel. 3?0 '20 K. 23d st?' "W- ?u*dlson ??**? ?> Franklin, TYPEWRITERS RENTED ?Non-vi_il>l<?s. ? Month? ?5. vi-lhle? 8 Months $7.50 up. THtt TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 101 ??relay St. Tel Barclay 47.S. "" CARPET GLEANING CAHKrit- CASPB* CI-B-VNTNO COMPANY. - r?t .- . 1.. ?vBiDieM-fl ?J'' __-?__-. hand of on flc?- 111 I SSS^tCOS & ?HANDT. Wepboo, 132?3 th._,_____. DIAMOND?? .--I_J_*_X__j__TRAVEL _____ SPEND SUNDAY SA?LING On the Beautiful Hudson To Newburgh and Return $1.00 I Great White Flier "Rensselaer" MUSIC AND DANCING i Leave Pier 32, N. R., foot Canal St., 9:30 A. M., 1 West 132d St., 10 A. M. ? HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY] Frequent Sailings WHITE STAR LINE Frequent Sailings New York-Liverpool Carrying Passengers, Cargo I and United States Mail DRAFTS & MONEY ORDERS Britain?Ireland?I__-.tr??6ct.nd__-_.Tt_k Office*. 9 -3roadway, Hew York r?*> D LlN? Per Pan Juan A Mayague*. P. -L. La Guayra? l'to. Cabello. Curacao A Maracalbo. bar flailing?. r_..i,.nger &- Freight Hates ApbIt to P.LISS. l.AU.KTT A CO.. UEVL MOfig; Telephone M.O Ha_io?er. 8. Wall dirai. ^^Cfi Up the Hudson I By Daylight All Service Dally Except Sunday. First i|i Trip. ..lay '.'4; Down, May 25. | Special Decoration Day trips to Kingston Point and return on .Steamers "Hendrlok Hudson" anri "Washington Irving." Hudson River Day Lino offers to the Red Cross twenty per cent of all passenger rev- i oui. of the Une on .Saturday, Muy 25. T\Hudson "F River i/ay Line _i "THE Pl'BI.IC RE TLEASED." BOSTON, $3.05 PROVIDENCE g?&t $2.00| ALI, OLTSIDK STATEROOMS, $1 to <?. We), da;?! and Sundavs at 6:30 P. M. trorn Pier 39. N, H , foot Weat Houston St. 'Phone Spring 9491. , __, LAMPORT & hi HOLT LINE a?.*?._^>-.B. a.-i-- ? - 1 sm\ Regular Sailings to Bahla, Rio de Janeiro,Santos, Monte video, Buenos Aires. Lamport _. Holt, Ltd. Phone Broad 6921?4_ Broadway, N. t. PACIFIC COAST?ALASKA NATIONAL PARRS?ALL RESORTS Tickets and Tours by All Route?. Also Short Tottis to Spring Resort?, THO??. COOK & SON", '_45 Broiw.way, 561 Fifth Ave., 2081 B'.vay, N. Y. INSTRUCTION NEW YORK?Manhattan I BERLITZ Languages, ??apt? +* *-" Brooklyn: 218 Livingston Straflt TKIIMS MAY BK BEGUN AT ANY TIMB. Bryant School tor Stammering. Modem, 'practical methods bring liest resulta. Booklet free. _Slh year. 20-11 West 4Citli AUTOMOBILE SCHOOLS STEWART 20 REASONS 20 AUTO SCHOOL. vVhy our system o? automobile ln .?_ ... ---. .. ?ruction, for men and women, la -25 W. 37th St., the beat In K. Y. Writ? to-daj it Broadway, for catalogue T. SCHOOL AGENCIES American anil Foreign Teachers' Agency.? Supplies Professoru, Teachers. Tutor?, Governesses, etc, to Colleges, Schools and Fair. I] |ps. Apply tu Mrs. M. J. YOUN? i'l'LTON, 23 Union Square. SUMMONS SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW ! York.?Roxton Realty Company. Plaintiff, ? ?gainst Helen Joseph Samuel Woolverton, as I substituted Trustee under the Last Will and j Teatamefit of Ann Ell. a Cairn?, deceased : i Carrie R. Wills, Charles Sinclair Wills. I Ernest II. Gardiner and tho New yorlc Trust Company, as Executors of and Trustees tin- I der the Last Will and Testament of Charles | T. Wills, deceased; Currle R. Wills. Ruth | Wills. Charles Sinclair Wills and Nell Gra ham Wills, his wife; Edith Wills, Helen \V. Wills, Charles T. Wills, Ernest Chalklev Wills and Leslie Ackerman Wills, his wife ; Margaret Olivia. Sage. Girard Trust Company. ! the Holland House Company. Benjamin Welles. J. Charlton Rivers, John Gibbons, sometimes known as John C. Gibbons, In? dividually and us Executor of the Last Will and Testament of John J. Ciblions, deceased, and Elizabeth Bethune Gibbon.., his wife: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the estate o? Ktnlly H. Moll-, Inc.,'Isabel C. Nash. Edward H. R. Creen, individually and as ?substitute?! Trustee under the -will of Ed? ward Mott Robinson, deceased; Sarah Rem sen Wells, named in the will of Elizabeth (irnfton, deceased, as "Saille Remsen Wells." Eddy Palmer and Emma L. Palmer, his wife; Kdwa.d S, Atwater, Frankie Weil. J. C. & M. U. Mayer. Inc., Th?r?se Nelman, Sophie Herzfeld, Realty Supervision Com? pany, 7 West a.th Street Corporation, Flor? ence A. Fish, New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, as Trustee under the Last Will and Testament of Julia M. Schletfelin. deceased; (?eorge R. D. Schleffelln and Louise Schleffelln, his wife; George McKay Schleffelln. Matilda Constance Ismay, Flor? ence Delaplaine Lsmay, Julia F. Ismay, Mar? garet B, I. Cheape, George Ismay Cheape. Thomas B. Ismay, Evelyn C. Ismay, Ueorga 11. Ismay, Sarah Dorothy Schleffelln, Mar? garet H. Trevor, Henry Graff Trevor, jr.. George S. Trevor and Alice H. Trevor, his wife; Haven Trevor, Margaret E. Pardee. Louise Trevor Lord, wife of J. Couper Lord. Helen S. S. Trevor. Ella A. Rogers. John Gellatlv. Helen K. Bradford. Annie R. Du? pont, Defendants?Summons.?Clerk's file No. 1224. year 1918. To the above-named Defendant-: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint In ; this action, and to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorneys within : twenty days after the service of till.? sum i nions, exclusive of the day of service: and '? In case of your failure to appear or answer ? mdgment will be taken against you by de . fault, for the relief demanded in the com? plaint. Dated, New York January 12th, 1018. CADWALADER, WICKERSHAM & TAFT, Plaintiff's attorneys. Ottlco and Post O (lice Address No. 4. Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan, City Of New York. To the defendant? ftlaiilda Constance Is. ! ma v. Julia F. Ismay. Margaret B. 1. Cheape and Thomas B. I.msv: The foregoing sum? mons Is served upon you by publication, pur ' suant to an order of the Hon. M. Warley Platee)., _ J<>?'?>'e of tin? Supreme Court of ' the State of New York, dated the 21st day of May. 1918. and filed with the complaint in 1 the offl-e of the Clerk of the County of New i York, at the County Court House. In the Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New York. In said state Dated, New York. May 22nrt I??. CADWALADER, WICKER8HAM * TAKT. AuoMievs for Plaintiff. Ortlce and Fost Offlro Address. No. 40 Wall Street. Bor? i ouch of Manhattan. City of N'e? > " ' UNARD Recular PaM-fKer ami Cargo Service?. NEW YORK?LIVERPOOL NEW YORK?F ALMOUTH?LONDON NEW YORK?BRISTOL Draft??Money Order*. Mail or Cable, Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Italy, France, Portaba!, Spain, Switzerland. Vor further _nfor-.n_ti.in apply tl-J. ?T?TE STUEJW. NEW YORK. j Compagnie S?h?rale Transotunt?que Expresa Postal Servi?? NEW YORK?BORDEAUX?PARIS WEEKLY DEPARTURF.8 Comoanv'? Office ,!> a,3u ?**?? N,w Yfl?* v.u. iiip.tny s Umce ?Phone Broad .900. t. or.-e_ier.$..8.. ; Providence direct.$1..5 OUTSIDE STATEROOMS. ?I.CHI. Dally, including Sunday, 5:30 P. M. From Pi. r 19. E. R. Phone _700 Rookinan City Ticket Ofllce. _D0 Broadway N T SUNDAY ?I, HUDSON All Day Sail Regular Sunday service to Highland Kails, Kewburgh. Beacon, Foughke. psle and return. StF."BenJ.B.Odeli" Leaves Franklin St. 9:00 A. ..[.. West 129th St. 9:30 A. M. Music. Restaurant. . CENTRAL HUDSON LINE UP THE HUDSON SATURDAY Newhurgli, Poughkeensie, Kingston "Str. "Homer Ramsdell," Franklin St 1:00 p. m.; W. 129 St., 1:30 P. _i! Restaurant. Str. "Newhurgli." Franklin St., _::i0 P. M., for Newhurgli and Poughkeensie. ?Connects with return boat to New York same rlav. CENTRAI, HUDSON UNE Special Trips fSUNDAY' MAY 26- ?nd [Decoration Day, May 30 4.- MILES ""? ?PTHE HUDSON Str-'Grand Republic' ^m,??!:vi, *&?*? MUSIC. DANCING, REFRESHMENTS. ' FARF -! A"U'ts? 85c Children, O?c I mil. -) Including War Tax. Dnilv ?Service CnmrncnciiiK June 0. Bear Mountain Lino. Tel. Broad 170.. SPECIAL TRIPS Sunday, i, j -* ggjHHj * I r? Decoration May 26, UtfgEHCK_B_U3 Day, May 30 For Highlands, O.-eanic. Locust Point and Itrd Rank Leave Franklin .-?t.. Pier 24,8:30. Battery 8:55 A M Weekdays Franklin St. 2:15. Battery, 3:15 p M Trolley connections. LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS LOST.?Wednesday, May 22nd, about <:ao o'clock, in ladies' parlor, B. Altman __ Co.. gold mesh purse, containing automo? bile key. about $7 In money, partially used trip ticket, receipt ft.arlng owner's name end address. Liberal reward. Notify R. 11. Hunter, _7 Wall si. Telephone iian over 5100. LOST. ? An elaborate, expensive, large pendant, set with many large and small diamonds In platinum; lost between Webt 79lh Ft. and Alunan'.. Store; loser a?so visited Black, Starr and Frost Store, 5th av.; suitable reward If returned to Edward A. Stone, Room 1170. 200 _th aw Tele? phone Gramercy 647. LOST.?May 20. on 4iith st., diamond bow knot brooch; reward. Locke, 'phone Rbinelander 3.23. LOST.?Brown fo.. scarf, sable, label. "A Winner, 5 Kast 56"; flnd.r will receive reward. 2.10 W-sr 10.-th st., Apartment 5E. LOST. ?13d N. V ?-Glasses, Saturday, Fifth ave. ai st. Reward. Jennings. Bronxvllle, LOST BANKBOOKS LOST.?Bankbook Xo. 7..4.90.. of :he Union Dime Sayings Bank Is missing. Any person having a claim to it i. hereby called upon to pr?sent the same within ten ! days or submit to having the ?aid pass- ] book cancelled anil a ne? one issued. LOST.?-Bankbook No. 722.24 1 of the Union Dime Savings Bank is missing. Any person having a claim to it is hereby callad upon to present the same within ten days or submit to having the said pass hook cancelled and a new one issued. LOST.? Bankbook No. 798,2.3 of the Ger? man Savings Bank In the City of NVv.? Vork. Payment stopped. Please return book to bank. SHERIFF'S AUCTION SALES HENRY BRADY. SHERIFF'S AUCTION- ! cer. sells this day. Friday. May 24th, 1 SIS. ! at 11:30 o'clock In the forenoon, at 30! West lOClh Street, Apartment S West, Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, by Virtue of a Chattel Mortgage executed by Annie 11. Klnsella, through the Casualty Company of America, dated the luth day o:' October. 1916, and ?led in the office of the Register of the County of New York on the 17th day of October, 191t!, and duly assigned by the ?aid Casualty Co. of America to A. I. Em? erson by assignment, dated the 26th day of October, 1916, and filed In said office No? i vember 9th, 1916: One golden oak writing I table, dining room furniture, bedroom fur? niture, parlor furniture, rugs, etc., und all ! other furniture In said apartment men I tinned and described in said chattel mort j gage. Terms of sale, all cash, and goods must be removed Immediate:}' after the ' ..ale. DAVID H. KNOTT, Sheriff. JOHN C. HACKJETT, Denuty Sheriff. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET. BOROUGH OF QUEENS forest Bills Gardens "A Forward Movement hi Suburban Development." IS Minutes from Penn. station. UsUfM and Villa Plot* for ?Sal*? SAGE FOUNDATION HOMES CO ?V .... 84th St., or Eore?t Hill?, L L Write for Booklet A. .VEHTCIIENTBR COUNTY ' MW DUTCH COLONIAL HOPS? OT -.10117 room?, three batlu: is no? ready for oeoupaiicj : a few s__-?ut-_' walk from .Searsaale station; .i-_r_ >ie?t; three un? perches; h!?!? eUmloii. flu? ?IM-*, ? plot 80x155; l.rmii arranged. 10 Win*. 32d ?_ ; 'Ilion? Madison Squat? 9330._ I_ FURNISHED APARTMENT I STUDIO APART. lENT?THREU MUHT. AIRY room? acii bath slxtli floor, ele'aior. maid ..r ! ?tee for mit until October 1st. l?lfjulre on preni ' lie* 64- Madison ?t.. or 'phon? Murray Hill 1755. FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED ?SKA GATE.-RESPONSIBLE P P. I \ ???'r ?=* TARTY DE8IRB8 FURKISHED HOL SI?. WITH ALI. CONVENIENCES, TOR TO'? MONTHS. POUR MASTER BEDROOM? ?TWO MAID ROOMS GIVE PARTI? r ! LARS. WITH LOW.:.?'. RENTAL. AD nn?-KS frUMMER. BOX .-"'"? .RIRUM? HELP WANTED MALE IN WE CONSTRUCTION OP FABRICATED STEEL SHIPS AT NEWARK. ?. J. -.RECTORS 1 ,?"',dKIUS h^TUMATTC TOOLS ? HIPPER'! 'J t,?,'lE?*'n;it8 (AIR FdROE) HOLDLHS-ON or BUCKERS-UF _._., PASSER BOYS RI.... !K_lb 1 ?uri 1? pneumatic toots nnn.i.FTii- | RIVETERS (PNEUMATIC) BOI.TEHS-UP ROLTERS-UP HELPERS SHIP FITTERS SHIP PACKERS A CHANCE TO RE ONE OF TRH BOYS OVER HERE. HELPING TH? BOYS "OVER THERE." AND TO LIVE CLOSE TO THE HEART OF THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT. }\UM lTH VARIED ACTIVITIES LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS AR? GOOD; TRANSPORTATION FACILT ril.S ARE GOOD. GOOD WAGES. FAIR TREATMENT. A LONG JOB. DON'T WHITE IF YOU CAN DO HIE worn. COME APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFMt E. SI RMARINE BOAT CORPORATION?AGENTS t.. S. S. D. EMERGENCY n.RKT CORPORATIUN NEWARK HAY SHIPYARD. NEWARK, N. J.; OR NO. 22 EAST 22ND ST. NEW YORK. N. V. OR BRANCH OFFICE, NO. P-ll .TVANHLIN ST., NEWARK, N. J. AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHIN!; OPERATORS ON BROWNE & SHARPE k GR1DLEY. IE VOL WANT A STEADY .IOB AT HIGHEST RATE OP WAGES IN A 48 HOIR A WEEK SHOP. PAY TIME AND A HAM?' FOR OVERTIME. AND WHERE YOU WILL BE TREATED LIKE A MAN APPLY IMMEDIATELY, SIMMS MAGNETO CO. BLOOMFIELD. N. J. DANK CLERKS WANTED.?A large downtown bank i<. In neeil of several clerks, familiar wltli the rack ami thoroughly experienced in baai: worlt Only men between the atfes of 18 and 33, ami who are draft exempt, trill be considered Apply In own handwriting, giving agn, education and c_p.ri_!i-_. B. It.. Box 40. Tribun? Office. BOOKKEEPER in broad silk- mill. Northern New York : previous similar experience required; an? swers confidential. Write full details, former em? ployment, salary expected, and references. Man? hattan Silk Co., 95 Madison av. BOOKKEEPER?Experienced double entry; 10 hour? a day; .alary. 3'.. week. Call 401 West St. BOYS 17 rear., of age. In automobile supply house. Good opportunity for advancement. Salary 57 to start. R?f?renc?e required. Apply C. Ten Kick. _.3 W. 47tl) St. BOYS Wanted to run errands and make themselves gen arv t:> to start. Aiiply Eaves l Hl W. 4-tli St. CARPHNTERri waited : union. Waidwln ate. and Montgomery ?t... Jersey Cuy Urspital. Jame? Mitchell * Co._ CARPENTERS and CABINET MAKERS wanted. ,.40 East. 77tll St. CLERKS FOR NIGHT MAIL FORCL?DOWN? TOWN HANK REQUIRES SERVICE OF SEV? ERAL EXPERIENCED MEN. EITHLIl ' DRAI'T EXEMPT OR WITH DEFERRED CLASS!. I' A TION. FOR NIGHT WORK. IN APPLYING STATE ACE AND EXPERIENCE. E. S., BOY 4li. Tit IB UNE OFFICE. CIXRKS WANTED by large downtown bank; bank experience not essential, hut must be good at figure., ami rapid Burroughs Adding Machino opera? tors. Draft exempt men between the ages of 18 and 30 are desired. A. S., Box 400. Tribune Office. DOWNTOWN BANK MESSENGERS -TOI.NG MEN. IS TO 20 YEARS OP ACE. EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR ADVANCEMENT FOR NEAT AP? PEARING. INTELLIGENT YOUNG MEN WHO ARE ANXIOUS TO LEARN THE BANKING BUSINESS FROM THE GROUND UP. IN AP? PLYING GIVE FULL PARTICULARS CONCERN? ING YOURSELF. D. A., BOX 47. TRIBUNE OPFICB. LABORERS. 2J0, FOR WORK AT AVIATION P-ELD. $3 00 PER DAY?8 HOURS. TIME AND ONE-HALF FOR OYIRTIM-. APPLY. _ A. M., OFFICE, CLOUGH? BOURNE CORT., AVIATION FIELD NO 1. MINE?LA. N. Y. LETTE RE R ON CANVAS. JOHN SULLIVAN ta CO., ...0 HUDSON STREET NETUEC SWITCH. NIGHT PORTERS WANTED WHITE. FOR OFFICE BUILDING: GOOD PO SITION. APPLY ROOM 310, TRIBUNE PI.DU 134 NASSAU ST t'OBTER i ? >n i j.i, White, in automobile supply bouse: knowledge of packing. Salary, $14. Reference-. Apply 0 Ten Kick. 203 W. 47th st. SALESMEN.?Newspaper, premium ?na magasine salesmen; juit starting big campaign on large newspaper. Apply Room 812. Tribune Building. SHOP HELPERS ON STRUCTURAL AND TANK WORK: ALSO SEVERAL Good HUSKY I... BORERS: STEADY EMPLOYMENT; ADVANCE MENT. APPLY FAR!, C. MAXWELL CO 11. ,:;TH ST., BROOKLYN. ' ' HELP WANTED MALE SODA DISPENSER wall ted; refer ene*. ; salary to . start, ?1. ceci.. Standard Drug Co.. 50 ? Church st. STKVO?RAPHER?Young, about 19. steady po? sition In ?mo supply .'.ore. good opportunity. Apply 9 a m , c. Ten Elek. 383 W. 4", '!? st. STENOGRAPHER and oftiee assistant: h__rj C to ; . : S20 week Call 401 We?. >',. young man Christian, etxnil l? r*an ??' age to learn adrertlsing bualn..-: salary "?I --"l opportunity for a?.ra ?.crm-nt Address, giving, full partl?:uJars. Bet c lt_. Tritiune OR-v HELP WANTED FEMALE CLERICAL WORK GI_U.fi WANTED BT A LARGE DOWNTOWN BANK FOR GEN RRAL i LLKli'AL WORK: ALsn BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE OPERATORS: GOOD < HAM K FOR ADVANCEMENT; APPLY IN OWN HANDWRITING STATING AGE EDUCA TION AND EXPERIENCE M.. B"X ?29. TRIP, UNE OUT'E LADIES wanted tor ouls'di work by large eorprra non; mu?t N? high ritas, of giod appearance: ,.o.?i talker essential: livrai ?al?.). Arr'.y -i-. Tribune Building. WANTED.?Young woman who thorough:?.? under? stands conking and preserving, place New York: 8 hours per day. (> days a week; good I.?early pay. Patterson. F'?? Ea..t d_d .-?._______-_-__, DOM?ESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE A.?A.?CHAMBERMAID. Assist waitress Irish Catholic; excellent city references S Ml? Hofmayer'. Agent . '0 East 13d st.. third door Telephone S047 Murray Hill COOK \"?._i. ceonoinleal, thoroughly competent ; ?_-4 .ears' excellent reference.: du cr country. Miss Shaughiussy's Agency. S61} S?v?; .-? COOK?American, very ne.it. capable ???.'.man. good cook: $45-350. F., Miss Hofmaver'. Agt-nc>. 10 E. 43d. third floor; telephone 8047 Murray Hill. riNNISH GIRLS, good referetioe?. Lehti'a Agency. IT ?. l.-th. Telephone .518 Parlera. GIRL, 15 to 17 YEARS. CHRISTIAN, TO ASSIST IN OFFICE: GOOD PENMANSHIP NECESSARY AND ONE RESIDING IN NEIGHBORHOOD PRE FERRED : LARGE, AIRY, MODERN" OFFICES i AND CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS: A SPLEN ' DID OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED TO A BRIGHT. ? NEAT, WILLING GIRL APPLY D. M. P.ASAM I CO.. 130 PALMETTO ST.. BROOKLYN. GIRL. ?Bright. 17. for light work. ?7 to start; hours. 9 to .":::_. Saturday half day: Christian preferred. Unexcelled Pattern Co.. 103 L. 11th st.. second floor. CTRL To run erran?li and lean sewing: good opportunity for advancement fur Milling "''? : ?alary 57 to start. Eaves Costume Co.. 110 W. 'Stli st. INFANT'S NURSE. ? Hostnta! trained: English Prolestant: three year.' excellent personal refer enees: city or country. Miss Shaughne.jy's Agency. ...0 Sixth ave. LAUNDRESS-First class: can do shirts: $45-350; 3"-2 years' reference. G . Miss Hofinayer's Agency. 10 East 43d St.. third flour. Telephone ,tM7 Mu: rav Hill. WOMAN of far- and ability as forolady to take charge of sewing room In an institution resident position. Avi.nly to-day between 3:30 and 8 p. in.. Matron. Amsterdam av. and Ei7t!i st. WAITRESS.?Equal tu tuilier; excellent long refer ence_: _40?$4... I?.\, Miss Hofinayer's Agency, 10 East 43d at., third floor. Telephone -947 Mur? ray Hill FURNISHED ROOMS INVESTIGATED by th. Bureau of Boarding Houses Maintained by the Association to Promote Froper Housing for Girls 11 Wost 37 St. These rooms are especially recommeti-SA i as to both physical and moral cleanliness? ! Don't invite unpleasantness by . going to ?tranige, unindorsed place.?thewo room, are known to be as represented. WEST END AW:.. 344?Select house, beautifull. furnished cool rooms: private bath; electricity SURROGATES' NOTICES IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF IION orable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogat?^ of the County of New York, notice is hereby Riven to all persons having claims against Frank Wanier, late of the Cuunty of New York, deceased, to present the samo with vouchers thereof to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business. Nu. 75 West Houston Str.et, In the Borough of Manhat? tan, the City of New York, on or before the 6th day of July next. Dated, New York, the 26th day of D?. cember, 1917. EDWARD A. GRENZBACH, FREDERICK N. WHITEHORN K ARTHUR P. BUSH. K.tecutors ALBKRT W. RANSOM. Attorney fur Ex? ecutors, 3_ Nassau St., Manhattan. N. Y City_ IMPORTANT ? __, Birth. Engagement, Marriage, Death arid In Memorlam Notices may be telephoned to The Tribun? any time up to midnicht for insertion in the next clay's paper. Just call Beekman 3000 and send the notice as ycu wish It In? serted. Bill for ?wine ?vrlll be mailed re you later. The nc'ice ?rll. nicb over i0'-.00. -eaders dally. BIRTHS DANCIZER -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dancizer. of IPOO Longfellow av., wish to announce the birth of a daughter, Shirley, on May 20. MARRIAGES CRONKHITE?M'KEK On May _0. 101S. in the Church uf Zion and St. Timothy, by the Rev. Dr. Henry Lubech, Elizabeth R. Mc Kee to Lieutenant Willis D. Cronkhite. LOGAN- PAYNE -On May 21, Lieutenant B. A. Loftan, U. S. N., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Logan, of West Point. N. Y.. to Marjorit W. Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Somers Payne, of Monatown, County Cork, lreiund. REAL ESTAT* REAL ESTAT? Offices for RENT Overlooking City Hall Park Large, light and airy offices, single or en suit?;, located in a modern office building of the highest standard, THE TRIBUNE BUILDING A central and attractive loca tion for any business, profession or trade Day and Night Service GLOPGE E. RELYEA. Agent Phone Beekman 3000 Crtfmnr Sutltung 154 NASSAU ST. NEW YORK MARRIAGES. PHILLIPS SMITH May 21, 1*18. st the Brlek Presbyterian Church. .'?Sh ?T. ?rid 37th ??t.. by the Re?,?. William P. iMerti!!. r>. r>., Mary Gaines, daughter of Mr?. Charlee .1. Srrith. of Somerville, If. J.. to Alfred M. Phillip*, jr.. lieutenant. !?', A.. O. R. C, -on of Dr. and Mr.. A. If. rv.i lipi?, of Stamford. Conn. RIEBT RAYMOND On ? und*. . M: y 19, ?1 Ayer, Ma*?., Lucila, youngeC- d;_ughte. of Mr- aiiii ??rs. . i. ? :?? ? ?V R?.yin<>i>d, of Lewisboro, N. Y., to .lehn R?ey, ?r.. of "-?? r_r-_n, Conn. SiNSHEIMKR HEUMANN On Wednes? day, May 22. at noon. Adele Hcuman? ?nee Neubergert to Mr. Joseph Sin brimer. DEATHS AP?.4.R- On May _.'. I'M-, Camille Swayzr. widow of Elll* A. Api.?., in he.? R?tl- yea . Funeral private, at her .home. 127 _.?*?*? ?t.. East OrKiifre, N J. Interment ?' Trenton, V. J. BELDEN Suddenly, on ruesday, M_ty 21. 1 !-I8. Alfred Goodwin Beiden, hosttaod ??? M. Louisa Beiden. Fun'ra' I -vfe? iii- lute home, 109 8th av.. Brooklyn, o ; Friday, Mas 24, at .'> p. m. Rll.f,TORF E. August, beloved husband of Ultra (neo l'r..hi and rather of H--rbert. suddenly, on Mav 21. in hi* *'?<? fsmr. s<>?? i? at Evangelist Lather*-. Zion Church. 335 East s 1th -t.. on Friday, May 24. at i p. in. Interment private. CALLAHAN On Wednesday, May 2*, Ie?!*. after a brief ?line??. Katherine h. Calla la;., beloved daughter of the late John and Ellen Callahan ?ih! ?inter <?'" Sister M i;: and (if the '?i.r Joseph and Eleanor Callahan. Funeral from tit? real* ?!??in?e of he.? cousin, Mr?;, ('?.?rle< Cortel ynu. 221 ..??-?bridge st., nrooklyn. en Sat? urday. May 26, at 9:30 o'clock; thence to the Church (if Our l.ady of Good Cnunsei. Putnam and Ralph av?., where a solemn mass of requiem will he offered tor the ; repose of her soul. Interment Calvary Cemetery. CLARK Mary Newbold <nee Taylor), wife of Clarence M, Clark, on May 22. id he. 61st year, ?t Cedr?n, Queen Lane, Ger mahtown. Funeral 8. he? late residente. I p. m. . ??(?h. . Lite :r.e it private. I'lea?e ?..?mit flowers. * f RAM: V Patereon. N !.. on Wedneadar, Mu?, :_. 191S. Frances Mary ? ??__. s daughter ?f the late Benjamin '??' and Frances M. Crane. lunera! on Frida>, May !.. 1918, Bt her late residence, 13 Randolph ?-?_. Patcrson. N. J.. at 4 o'cloc. p. m. Interment at Cedar Lawn. FREDERICK John, lunera! Saturday. May 25. at _?:..0 a. m. ' Requiem mass at the Church of St. Thomas Aquinas at M a. m. HAUCK.-Leo Xa-ier. Funral from THE , FUNERAL CHURCH. Broadway. tiCth and 67th sts. (Frank E. Campbell's). ' HILL?At Norwalk. Conn., May 23. 1918. after a lingering illness. Mary E. Mosman, wife of the late Congressman Ebene?/, er J. Hill, in her 72d year. Funeral services from he;? late home. 40 West av.. Norwalk. Conn., Saturday, at 2:80 p. m. Interment Riverside Cemetery. Washington iD. C ? papers please copy. HOWE?Susie M. F., Thursday. May 2?. 1918. in her 45th year. Funeral service* on Saturday, nt 8 p. m.. from 98 Kent st., Brooklyn. Interment Sunday, at. 1 p. ro., Ivendell Cemetery, Sumers. N". Y. HUDSON On Wednesday afternoon. May 22, 1918, Caroline M. Ward, widow o' Joseph Hud-on and beloved mother cf Emma 1. Hudson. Funeral services at her late residence, _??0 Nelson av.. Peekskil!. X. Y., Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. - HUEBNER- On Tuesday. May 21- 1*18, Anna Huehner (nee Joai. aged .'il year . beloved mother of Fred Huebnc.. Elizabeth llieh?nn i nee Huebnen and daughter of Katherina Natscher. Funeral on Friday. 10 a. m.. from her late residence, 8! Nostrond Place. Richmond Hill: thence to Holy Child Jesus Church, on Brandon _??.. Richmond Hill. Relatives and friend-, also Arion Ladies' Society of Brooklyn, are respectfully invited. ; JOHNSON On Wednesday. May 22. 1918. Eva, daughter of the late William II. and Julia Johnson. Funeral service? will b? held at her late residence. 100 West 824 ?t.. on Saturday evening, May .:'.=. at S o'clock. JONES On Thursday. May S8, Mis? Eliza? beth Jone., in her 55th >ear. late matron of the Lincoln Ho.-pital and Home. Fu? neral services will be held in the chape! of the hospital on Saturday. I p. m. inter? ment Kensico Cemetery, at convenience cf relatives. KE.MPSTER?Wednesday. May 22. 1918. James Kempster. Funeral rervieo at his late home. 29 West 7(>th ?t., Friday morn ing. May 21, at 11 o'clock. KENNEDY Catherine, widow of John J. Kennedy, in her 70th year. Funeral from her late residence, 17 1st st., Yonkers, on Friday, Muy 24. at 9 :30 a. m. Requiem mass $l the Church of St. Barnabas at 10 a. ni. Auto cortege. . I MACY?.VI.) .1, 1918, suddenly, at King's Park-, Long Island. Dr. William Austin Maey. Funeral private, at King's Park. Thursday morning. May 23. MALLABY- Suddenly, pf pneumonia. May 21, at 322 West 85th st., in his C'id year. Oliver William, husband of Martha Beatty Mallaby und son of Theodore and Elisa? beth Rleeri.er Mallaby, member of 2<i Company of 9th Coa_.t Artillery, N. Y. G. Funeral services at St. Matthew's Prot? estant Episcopal Church, West 84th st., Heur Central Park West. Friday. May 24. at 10:3u a. m. Interment Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Tarrytown, N. Y. Pueblo. St. l.?>ui?. and Denver papers please copy. MUELLER At Hoboken, after a brief ill? ness, on Wednesday, May 22, 1018. Clara Mueller, beloved sitter of Mrs. A. Schmic de-kanip and Urs. A. Heifer. Relative and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 522 Hudson st., Hoboken, on Saturday morning. May 26, at _ o'clock : thence to the Church of the Holy Innocente, 6th _t. and Willow ?v., Hoboken, at 9 :?.0 o'clock. - NEDHAM ?On May 23. 1918. Anzclina Ned ham, widow of Thomas S. Ncdhain, in her fOth year: services at her late residence, 23 West 82d st., on Saturday evening at S :_0 o'clock. OLDHAM Olpn Caroline tnee Wellington?, wife of Re.. John L. Oldham. May 22. 1918, at St. Luke's Hospital. New York. Interment at Cumberland, Md., Frida?? , May 24. PRATT Suddenly, of pneumonia, on Thur. - ; day morning. May 23, 1918, Ruth, young? est daugnte. of John T. and Ruth Bake ? Pratt. 7 East Cist sf., New York City, aged one year and four months. Funeral services private. Boston papers plea-1* copy. SCHERZINGER? Margaret, beloved wii? of Charle, A. Scherzinger. Funeral from 1018 East 233d st_. Bronx, on Saturday. Muy 25, at S :3U a. m. SHERMAN -At. Rye. N. Y.. May 23, 1918. Reginald Palgrave Sherman, in his 58th year. Funeral services at Christ Church, Rye. Sunday. May 20, at 3:15 p. r.i. ! SMYTH?At Newark. N. J., after a short I illness, at the residence of her uncle, Ben? jamin Atha, Henrietta Louise Smyth, daugh? ter of the late John W. and 1. mise M. Smyth. Funeral servie* at 756 High st., Newark. N. J., on Sunday, at 3 o'clock. j STENT -At Wyoming. N. J., on May 21. !!'1S. Jean Louise, ?,.ily child of Edward Neville and Irene Barnes Stent, aged 1 year and ti month?. Funeral private. SULLIVAN On May 21, 1918, May. dearly beloved wife of Michael A. Sullivan an?! daughter of Elizabeth and the late Austin J. Reiily, at her residence. 87 W'e?t Hayes i av.. Corona. L. I. Funeral Friday, May 24. at 9 ;30 a. m., to the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows. Interment Calvary. Kindly omit flowers. TARROLL On Wednesday. May 22, Kath? erine, E. Tarroll (nee Cashmanl. wife of I John Tarioll, Funeral from her late resi? dence, 14 0;" Washington av., May 28 : thence to the Qnircb of Our I-ady of Vic? tory, where a mass will be offered. In? terment St. Raymond's Cemetery. TAYLOR?Benjamin E., on Mav 22. Ser? vices THE FUNERAL CHURCH. Broad? way. C.th st. (Frank Campbell's.. Friday. 8 :30 p. s?. I UNDERBILL-?On May 21. 1918. John Henry, husband of Mary H. Underbill, in his 7.th year, runer?.) services at his late residence, 294 Broadway, Flushing, L. I . on Friday. May 24. at .' p. m. Kindly omit [ flowers. Interment private. VAN WINKLE?At his residence. S7 West fith st.. Rayonne. N. J., on Thursday. Ms^ 23, 1.18. George W. Van Winkle, in his 79th year. Funeral services at the Fifth Street Reform?ed Church on Sunday, May 26, at S p. m. Interment at convenience j of family. ?VAN WINKLE At her residence. 67 West 5th st.. Bayo une, N. $., on Thursday. M*v ... 1918. Mary E., wife of George W. Van Winkle, in hsr 75th year. Fu?era! ?ervices at the Fifth Street Reformed Ch-ireh on Sunday, May 20, at 3 }.'. m. Interment at I the convenience of famiy. WALBH?Margaret, on Friday. Msy IT. at ! homo of daughter. Irene, in Sp-iingt'tei-t. Ms.-. Interred Calvary Cemetery CEMETERIES THE W001>I.._WN CEMETERY. " I .-?. By ltarl^m Train ?i.d lv Troll?/. Lots of ?mall ?lie for ?a;? Offli ' ?? t.'i I It? St . N. T.