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Atlantic Fleet Puts
To Sea for Maneuvers
Tho Atlantic fleet. which has been at
anchor in the Hudson River for the
last two weeks, put to s.a yesterday.
Since it arrlved hcrc it has been re
duced as a unit by the detaxrhing of
the battlei.hip Oklahoma and six de?
stroyers, which wore ordered to the
Gulf ol Mexico for posnible duty in
connection with recent politieal
changes in Mexico.
The battleship Pennsyivania, flagship
of the fleet, will go directly to Hamp?
ton Roads. Tho other ships of the
fleet will carry out a program of
manoeuvera and practico runs, after
which, it is understood hore, thoy will
join the flagship.
Humors ulso wero current in naval
circlea thnt additional ships mny soon
bo aent to tho Gulf of Mexico to join
tho Oklahoma nnd tho destroyers liow
fln duty there.
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6 Town Topics'
Veteran Soldier, Imrutoi*
and Newspaper Man Was
Eighty-one Years Old;
Death Due to Infliienza
Lived at Morris3own, N. J.
Originated the Bondoir Car,
Later Adopted hy Pullman
Co.; Also Devices of War
MORRISTOWN, N. J., May ll ?
Colonel Willinm D'Alton Mann, for
the last twenty-nino years owner and
oditor of "Town Topics," died to-day
at his home hem. He was eighty-one
yeara old. The after effocts of an
attack of influenza last October caused
Colonel Mann was a veteran of the
Civil War nnd following its conclusion
had a widely divergent career as editor,
inventor and business man. Hc was
best known as editor of "Town
Topics," which involved him in lengthy
lititfation ahotit. lif'toon years ago.
Colonel Mann was horn in Sandusky,
Ohio, and educated ??.*. n civil engineer,
At the outbreak of the War of the Re
hellion ho was commissioned as cap?
tain in the lst Michigan Cavalry. He
organized the lst Mounted Rifles, af?
terward the .Mh Michigan Cavalry, and
j later the 7th Michigan Cavalry, becom
inp: colonel of the last named orgnniza
! tion. "
Inventions in equipment and aecou
i terments that he made during the war
i brought him a fortune, They were
used in not only the American, but
; also in the Austrian armies.
Colonel Mann settled in Mobilo and
became a pioneer in the manufacture
of cottonaeed oil, deaerting this field
later to become proprietor and editor
of the Mobile "Regiater."
The colonel then invented a "boudoir
car," used throughout Europe, and
finally absorbed in the I'nited States
by the Pullman Company. He pur?
chased "Town Topics" in 1891 nnd has
, been its directing head ever since. lle
was also fournier nnd n long time man
i ager of "The Smart Set."
"Town Topics" was bought from his
; brother, Eugene I). Mann. Immedi?
ately after acquiring the publication,
| Colonel Mann began printing what he
said was "the truth" about members
of society. From then on, for many
: years, his life was one libel suit after
1 another. Time and again he was sued
for slander and brought to court,
charged with hlackmail.
Hc was sued by his son-ln-law, Scn
; ator Albert A. Wray, for alleged alien
; ation of tho affection of his wife, who
; was Colonel Mann's daughter. Thc de?
fendant won this as well as many
other legal nctions.
In 1906, N'orman Hapgood, then edi?
tor of "Collier.s," printed what pur
ported to be an expose of the methods
employed by "Town Topics" and an
allied publication, "Fads and Fancies."
Colonel .Mann brought action against
Mr. Hapgood for criminal liboi, Thc
defendant was acquitted. Lat r. Colo?
nel Mann was tried on a charge of
perjury and aeriuitted,
He was a nu-mber of the Loyal Legion,
Manhattan, .Army and Navy, National
Democratic and New York Press clubs.
His wife and a daughter, Mrs. Eliza?
beth Mann Dvnfie. survive him. Funeral
There are two restaurants on the roof of the Penn?
sylvania. One is the big ro**m extending the full
length of the block along Seventh Avenue; the other,
adjacent, is the "Butterfly Room"?and tn the latter
there is no dancing, no music.
Both are modish in decoration, with a wealth of
vivid color toned into grateful harmony by the cool
prevailing greens. Both are decidedly worth seeing;
and both offer menus of the best things to eat that
New York affords.
Luncheon, dinner, supper. Dancing from 7 p. tn.
<^jm^<m!mM>A^J2^^'Z'2, 6 P.M..
servicoa will be held at. ll o'clock1
Wednesday in tho Church of the IJonv
ciily Reat, Mantuxttnn. The body will
be buried in Wwodlawn,
Mrs. B. T. Fairehild Dead
Dcvotee oi' Flower Gardening
and Active in Club Work
Mrs. Benjamln T. Fairehild, wife of
Benjamin T. Fairehild nnd only daugh
ter of the late John Kuthorfovd, of New
Jersey, died yesterday at her home, 217
Fifth Avenue. She was a descendant
of James Alexandor, who was promi?
nent in tha colonial aft'nirs of thia
stnte, nnd of Lewis Morris, one of the
signera of the Declaration of Independ?
Mrs. Fairehild was n devotoe of
(lower gardening and was tho author of
a book entitled "A Woman's Hardy
Garden." She wrote another book also,
entitled "An I.vergrcon Garden."
Before the entrance of this country
into the war Mrs. Fairehild went over
seas alone and volunteered her services
at the School Hill Hospital in Lewes,
She was an active member of the
Garden Club of America, and a mem?
ber of the Colonial Dames, Society of
tho Cincinnati and tho Colony Club.
She is survived by her husband, two
children and four grandchildren,
Throng at R i t e s
For David Kessler
Himdreds in Scramble to
Enter Theater for Funeral
Services for Actor; Thou?
sands View Procession
Mounted police charged the throng
that sought to force its way into the
Second Avenue Theater yesterday for
the funeral services for David Kessler,
Jewish actor, who died Friday nt Beth
Israol Hospital. The theater was
packed to the doors, but thn crowd of
nundreds, extending out to the middle
of tho street, milled and pushed and
scrambled in an endeavor to get inside.
It was estimated the services nnd
tho funeral procession attracted 150,
000 persons. The procession started
from tho Actors' Club, nt 108 Second
Avenue, and rnarched to the theater at
Second Avenue and Second Street.
Thc body of the actor had been lying
in state at tho Actors' Club, through
which his admirers had passed by
thousanda in the preceding twenty
four hours. On the way io the thea?
ter it was bor'ne on the shouldei'a of the
Crowds lined the curbs on both sides
of the avenue and fell in behind the
marchers as the procession passed.
There were thousands fighting for ad?
mission to the theater when the police
charged. Hut for the prompt dispersal
of the throng, it ia believed many of
its members would have been trampled
The Jewish Chorus, led hy Joseph
Brody, headed the procession. Behind
it came Jewish actors and actresses.
Cantor Hirschman conductfd tho serv
ici 5 and sang song3 which were the
favoritcs of Kessler. Eulogiea were
delivered by Sholom Asch, Leo Orn
stein, Rudolph Marks, William P.
Edlin, Bertha Kalich and others, Rep?
resentatives of the Hebrew Actors*
Club, the Hebrew Actors' Union, the
Theatrical Protective Union, the Jew
i h Authors' I'nion nnd other organiza?
tions nttended the services.
Interment, was at Washington Ceme
tcry, Brooklyn, in a plot near those of
other Jewish actors'. The route of
the funeral procession from the theater
to the cemetery was almost as crowded
as that from the Actors' Club to the
Krolmbcrg's Plea Granted
Charges of Dishonest Poker
Play Go to Grand Jnry
"Last Card Louis" Krohnberg.
charged with using "readers" in a
S350.000 stud poker game it! hia home.
won his plea yesterday before Judjjo
(.'rain in General Sessions thnt a grand
iuiy be permitted to pass on hia caae
before he is forced to trial.
Judge Grain granted the motion of
??o*-' ph S. Rosalsky, Krohnbei-g's coun
? i, to ' ransfi r the cas,: from Special
Sessions to General Sessions Shouu.
Kroonbcrg be indicted, he will be tried
by a jury in General Sessions. IIad
the motion nor been granted hc wouid
have been tried by three justicea in
Special Sessions. Assistant Dis-riot
Di ir c. V torney McGrath said in
would present the evidence to a grand
jury thia week.
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Levi P. Morton's
Funeral to Take
Many Messages of Condo
Smith Orders Flags at
Half Staff as Tribute
Funeral Bervlcea for Levi P. Morton,
former Vlce-PYesident of .thc United
States nnd former Governor of Nev
Vork, who died Sunday night nt hia
summer eatate, Ellerslie, near Ithlne
clilT, N. Y., will be held to-morrow, at
12:15 p. ni,, at the Church of the. Mea
slah, at Rhinebeck. Bishop Charlea
Sumner I'urch, assisted by the Right
Rev. Doan Tloward Robbins, of the Ca
thedral of 8t. John the Divine, and the
Rev. Francis Little, of the Church of
the Messiah, at Rhinebeck, will conduct
Many messages of condolence and
Bympathy were received yesterday by
the family, among them telegrams from
Governor Alfred B, Smith and Charles
The Union League Club, of this city,
of which Mr. Morton was at one time
vice-president, will be represented at
the services by a large delegation, in
cluding Chauncey M. Depew, Elihu
Root, Charles E. Hughes, florace Por?
ter, Lymnn Abbott, Samuei W. Fair
child, Henry I'. Davison, Mortimer C
Addama, George F. Baker, Stephen
Baker, Theodore E, Burton, Thomas
Cochran, Henry Clews, Charles A.
Coffin, William P. Clydo, Washington
E. Connor, Paul D. Cravath, John II.
Davis, Henry L. Dyer, Charles A.
Fowler, Waiter E. Frew, Ilorace W.
Fuller, William D. Guthrie, Charles
Hathaway, Rush C. Hawkins, Henry W.
Hayden, Job E. Hedges, A. Barton Hep
burn, George W. Hodgea, John Jardine,
Charles Lanier, Henry C. Meyer, Gates
W. McGarrah, Nelson A. Miles, Robert
C. Morris, William A. Nash. John C.
O'Connor, Benjamin B, Odell, J. Van
Vechten Olcott, Charles H. Parkhurst,
William 11. Remiek, T. Chesley Rich
ardson, John D. Rockefeller, Charles II.
Sabin* William A. Simonson, William
H. Taft, Gilbert C. Thorne, Corneliua
Vanderbilt, Frank A. Vanderlip, Edwin
Van Vnlkenburgh and Albert H. Wiggin.
ALBANY, May 17. -Governor Smith
, to-day issued a proclamation ordering
| that flags on all the state buildings be
p!ao*d at half-maat as a token of re
j spect for the memory of Levi P. Mor
[ ton, who died yoaterday. In the proc
'? lamation the Governor said:
"The State of New York unites with
I tho nation in mourning the death of
' one of its distinguished citizens.
"Levi P. Morton. who died in his
J nincty-sixth year at Ellerslie, Rhine
! beck, on the evening of yesterday, was
; Vice-President of the United Stat?s
j from 1889 to 1893, and was Governor of
the State of Now York in 1895 and 189G.
He was previously a member of the
' 46th Congress of the United States. and
; from 1881 to 1885 was United Statea
Minister to France.
"Few citizens of the United States
! ever received higher honora. During
his long career as a public servant he
i was steadfast to the highest ideals of
! the government of this state and na
j tion. In business life he rose from a
j clerk in a country store to one of the
| higheat positions in finance in the
i United States."
WASHINGTON, May 17.?A resolu
'. tion ex'pressing regret at the death of
; former Vice-President Morton was
adopted to-day by the Senate on mo?
tion of Senator Lodge, of Massachu
j setts. The Senate adjourned as a mark
! of rcspect.
Harley Thomas Procter,
Soap Manufacturer, Dies
Harley Thomas Procter. pioneer
American soap manufacturer and re
tired member of the firm of Procter &
Gamble Company. of Cincinnati, died
Saturday noon at his home, 11 East
I Fifty-aecond Street, after a lingering
i illness. He was scventy-threo years
Mr. Procter was the brother of
(Colonel William C. Procter, one of the
i Presidential campaign managers for
Major General Leonard Wood. He was
i,< rn in Cincinnati, where he eatab
'? lished the soap business, in which he
. amassed a fortune. Mr. Procter is sur
| vived by his wife, two sons and a
CHARLES E. HOOPER
CHARLES EDWARD HOOPER, fifty
ree, magazine illustrator, died yes
erday at His home, _20 West Four
eent n Street.
He was born in Medford. Mass.. an
ncestor of John Hooper, who came to
.his country in lfi28 with John Win
hrop, He was graduated from Tufts
College and had spent several years
Mr. Hooper is aurvived by his wife
nd a son.
HENRY L. YOST
[Ionry L. Yos.i died Sunday at his
ine. 219 Walnut Street, Montelair.
[e was sixty-three years old He is
mrvived by his wife and three daugh
? rs. He was recorder 07' Montelair
or thirty years. _
MARY FRANCES HAM LTON
Mary Francos Hamilton, wife of
.homaa II. Hairfilton, ormer editor of
The New York Herald," died Satur
lay night at her home, 332 Convent
Avenue. Mrs. Hamilton was !)o:t. in
Brooklyn, and received her education
in the Convent of the Sacred Heart.
he is survived by three daughters and
BUDAPEST, May 17.?Louis Looz,
vpert, map mak.r for the Hungarian
eace delegation, died to-day. He was
I years old. Death is said to have
been due to worry and overwork.
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HORACE RAYNOR, Beventy-elght, long
n newspaper correBpondent "n East Mo
ri.hes, L. I.. died th.re yesterday. He ls
aurvlved by his wife, a son and two grand
'.vii.i.iam HOFPMANN, thlrty-one, 11
member of tho Av.n Comedy Pour, well
known male quartet In vaudeville, flied on
Saturday ln the Wyckoff Heights Hospital,
ln Brooklyn, His home was at 1757 Gates
SIIAPIKO?SAVADA? Mr. and Mrs. Sol
omon Sa'vada, of 81S Beck st., announce
the engagement of tlielr daughter, Es
telle, to Mr. Tobias Shaplro, of 130
Henry st., on May 16. ?
May 15, 19^0, at Kokoro, Westhampton
Beach. Long Island, New York. by th
Rev. J. Howard Mellsh and Dr. Robert
k*. Speer, Dorothy, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Datour Dlcklnson, to George
II. Barbour, son of Pr. and Mr.-. A. II.
Freeland Barbour, of EJinburgh, _cot
! ind. ' i
POWEL*L?KEIXY?At Rye, N. Y., on
May 15. P. Aubrey Powell, son oi' Kvan
Poweii, of Mapperley Hlll, Nottlngham,
Englarid, to Emily Raymon I Kelly,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jan .es
Raymond. Father Prunty ofCiclated. -
Rl MH.K? I1AINKS?On May 15 in tho
Ohantry of St Thomas's <"iurch by the
Rev. Dr. Ernest M. Stirea, Marion,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Franklin
Haines, of N'ew York. to Merritt White
Rundle, K*>n of the late Anthony M. and
Mrs. Rundle nnd grandson of Mr. Samuei
H. Rundle, of Danbury, Conn. - '
BTEVENSOV?M'GREGORr?On May 15, In
the Chapel of the Broadway Tab rnacle
Church, by the Rev. A. W Stevenson,
assisted bv Dr. Charles E .T?nVrson.
Helen E., da yhter of Mrp. F. G Mc
'." " ?:?. (jf Powell, Mass., to A. W'aldo
St< '. ? nsor jr. mti of Mr and Mrs. A. W.
Stevi nso ., (,..? 1'hiladelphia.
ARNSTEIN?At f>'2 West End ave. on '
Sunday. E nanuel W, hus' and of R -a
K. Arnstein. Funeral on Tuesday at 10
a, m, - 1
BARON?.Tacoh. Funeral from 924 Pros
pect ave., Bronx, Tuesday noon.
RARTH?On Monday, May 17. 1920, Ig
natii k I'-irth, husband of Johanna Harth, ;
nt his home. 1 G."3 East 14th st., Brook?
lyn. Funo al service will be held at the
r.effei-'s piace Chapel, 86 Lefferts f la :e,
near Grand av., on Tuesday, May 18, at
2 '0 tv rn.
DRFAVFR?On Sunday, Mav 1B, at the
resi'enee of Ida daughter, Mrs. Ran- |
dolph Brunson, at East Orang?, N. .*..
John S. Brewer, for many years a resi
dent of Chicago. Funeral prl ate. Chi?
cago PBifp pleasi copy.
CEARK? Barbara A., wi low of Joseph S.
Clark. Funeral at 214 South 5th ave.,
Mount Vernon, on Tuesday at 2 p. m. -
COFRTNEY?Mary Devlne, wife of tho
late David Courtney. Funeral f om 21!
5th st . on Wednesday at 9:30 a. m.
Interment Calvary Cometery.
CKOtVI.l'Y- peter Joseph Crowley. hus?
band nf Catherine Cas'*. Funeral from
1.7 We?t 08th Bt.. Tu_sday, at 9:15
a rn Interment Calvary. -
Cl'TTING?On May 7. 1920, at Mexico
City, of pneumonla. rharles Weed, of
Orange, N. J., son of Marv Stewart and
the late Charles Weed Cutting.
PIVFR?fr,,,.',. Pamnel Mav 1 ?'. Services
THE FVNI1RAT. CH! T ''SI (Cnm b .
Bui'.dtng), P.roadway at 66th si on
Tuesday, May 18, at 9:"0 a t7i
OOfcAND? Nellle W . wife of John Blalr
Dolan V Funeral Tuesday froi.i II Easl
39th st. at 9:30 a. in.
FAIRCHILD?On May lfl, 1fl20, at her
I residence In New York City. H li ia
ll'.i' ? 'urd Falrchild, only daughter of
Chariotto I.lvingston and t!,-' late John
Rutherfurd, ol Xew Jersey, and wife of
Benjamln T. Falrehl'.d. Funerai ?? rvices
will be held at Trlnity Chapel, West
25th st., New York City, on Wednesd iv
May 19, at !0 o'clock a, m
earneaily requested that 110 flowers b
| FEGER?Peter Peger. Puneral from 689
Lnion ave.. Bronx. on Wednesday at 9
| a. nv interment Bt. Raymond's Ceme
i FISHKR?Elizabeth A. Funeral at 17
I Summlt ave., Mount Vernon, N. y on
Tuesday at 3:30 p rn.
GII.KS?At 19 Parcell st.. Elmhurst
Thomas W., husband of Mary. Funerai
| Wednesday morning at 9:30 o^cock
KE1.SEV?At Trenton, N. J, on Ue 14th
lnst., Henry C. Kelsey. age.! n.' vears.
Services at the Trlnity Episcopal Church
Trenti n, N. J., on Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clo.k. Interment at Newton. N J.
KKMP Daniel D. Bervice at tho Field
I Memorial chapel, Home for Incurables,
Fordham, at 11 a. m. Tuesday.
Kl.EIN?Mildred. Funeral from 3671
Broadway. Tuesday at 10 a. m.
KKONOLD?Adolph S. Funeral from 1H7
l.exlngton ave., on Tuesday, 10 a. m.
? uneral private.
MANN?Colonel William Dalton Mann st
Morrlstown. N. J., May 17. 1920, in the
81at year of his age. Funeral services
| at the Church of the Heavenly Re*t, at
11 o'clock Wednesday morning, May'19
interment ut convenience of family
Mobile, Atlanta and Deland (Fla )
papers please copy.
Military Order of the Loyal Retrlon nt
! ?*?e linit,,! Btat... CommamWy stat?
Vf N*v.TATo^k- Companlon Colonel Will?
iam d A. Mann, U. 8. V., died Mav 17
"20. Puneral May i?,'a?,iT '
( hurch of the Heavenly Rest. 551 Fifth
Avenue. Companlons will attend. By
father, three brother-. and a ?-- ster 3
F1.IZAT.ET1I CAIN, wife of Pati
Peter >'._.__. attached to the old .-.-h j-r..
ctnct, dic-d on Sunday nt. hf.- I im? 4>
Woodhull Street, Brooklyn. .*'?. Is sur?
vived by three sons, two daughte -
EDWARD CASEY, ln tho Inaoran
l>ui.'.n<?.*_) ln this city, died aud<l a
Sunday at his home, 120 Calyer Street
Brooklyn. He was forty-flve yea .,
cotnmand of Rear Admiral ( - ? ? D
Sigsbee, U. 3. N. (Retired), ?
Brevet Lleut. Colonel Wm. ? Co__sw?n
U. S. V? P.ecordcr.
MARBLE?On Friday, May 14. Susan An
toinette, daughter of th* late Joel and
>;<ncy Cnapin Marble an,! sistei of t!i?
late Manton Marble, in the 83d \?er <__
her ag-\ Funeral Tuesday, Ma 11 .
10:45 a. m.. at St. Matthew'a
Bedford, X. V.. upon th-> arriva; ot train
leaving Grand ? "entral 8:50 a. m., day
light .saving- tim.. Interment Bt -1-i.ny
Rural Cemetery at convenlence i>f fa
UALEENAK?On May 15. 1920
jr., son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur M -
A!->*-nan, in his 25lh year. Fun< , tl wr?
Ices at Blpsgfii Sacrament Cbarcfe,
Broadway and 71 si at., May lt, at 10
a. m. Please omit flowers.
M'GOWAX?Joseph A. Mc-C.owan. hu.-Vam'
of Juiia McGnwan. Funeral ?n m 17:*
Barnes ave., Bronx, on Wednes. ir, ?
q:30 a. m. Interment St. R__y:: . = .__ *
MORTON?I.evi Parsonx. at Ellerslle,
R .inoullff. N. Y. on Sunday. May II
his 96th blrthday. Fun-ral aervi e
t'h.iroh of the Metslah, Rhlnebeck <>n
WedneBday, May 13. nt 12 o'clock Kast
ern s'arnlRrl time. Special car on train
leaving Orand Central Terminal. New
York, at 9 HO a. m.
NUEBUNO?Charlotte. on llij ? ?"rv
ieea THE FUNERAL CHl'RCH Frank
E Campbell), Broadway, i6th at,
Wednc s lay. 2 p. m.
O'C-RIFN--ThomHs F. O'Brien, husband o(
1 h>-i esa O'Brien Fun >ra ; i ? ?
st , Brooklyn, i n Tues-lay at a. tn.
Interment Calvary Cemetery.
0*< ONNOR?Patrick J..
O'Connor Funoral from 127 P
on Tuesday at :? 30 a. :...
OSl l.UVAX-Nellle O'Sulllvan, ?'<
Michael T. O'Sulllvan. Fu .
<lay, 9 :30, from 311 East J:
PACE?At hia residence. 231 v ., - ..
South Orange. N. .1 . Oil Ma) l<
Frederick Maxweil, e,... ol Mr. I '? ?
F. \\ est 1 age, of East O.ai
an 1 husband of Dorothy VV i ?
Funeral services prlvato. J.';. id ..
pa pei ? ;: ease copy.
PAt'I_.IN \t Loomls. N. T . nn Sa i ?
May 16. 19:0, Elise, daught 'i o I- ? '? E
... ... and i_.nm_a F. . i .
Slosson Terrace, Btaten Island, N T.
Be v ici s at St John s ? n :. ... .-;??-? ank,
S. I., on Tu< sday, Maj IS. at
iTit.imci.t private at Woodli
F1NKM.Y?James Henry, huw .; I o.
Henrletta bwann. Funei l
Grace Church, Jamaica, .ay,
BJI.KY?Mary A. Riley. nrld ? ?
K.-illy. Funeral from 117 E l
ave., on Tu^s.iay st :? 30 ?< ?
ment Calvary Cemetery.
ROBINSON -At 136 Stephen st.,
Orange, :J. J., Btlen Clarke, n . i
E-Jward G. Robinson. Services
late residence, Tuesday at 2 ) m
RYAN?Teresa C. Funeral from 312 East
SOth st., n Tuesday a-* 8:30 a. ni. h>
tern nt Calvary.
SIMI'.SON ?John VVoodruff Sil
r *. li m . on Sun aj. M: I fl -:- ?*'
B. i vl ? . _?. ihe ' .'i- ;. :../.?
i.. on, ?;i. 11 a v. an . 20th si ? i
i a.. moi :.;;:?-, Ma> 18, .i ? 8
H31IT11?Huddenly, n| pneumon.a, i
dny, Ma: 17. 1.10, ildm ,
eun ot Dr. ritej.?:, lt anJ the lats
Lucie Cuiver bia.-t! - - ??
?ha West loiat et., :- .. i'ork Cltj ---
r; ral piivate. Ii.ierment at *? i. ?:..??-,
8M1TH?William Banks Smith.
ai ,.",_; ivinii st., on Tuesaay at 1:_?
STONE?At Montclalr, N. J., May
Benjarnin F, husband of Bai ih
ln ihe *7ih year of :.;-> _,b Funeral
bi-i-vi ;., be hcl ?> -.
dencc, ?- 'liiietj av., on 'J'ucaday svening
May 18, ... 8 .. clock.
WAUE?MttiKaret Amy, wife - \ ??
li.. Ware. Funeral at ltit) CI i ?'?"
Newark, on Tuesday ut 2 p
WIOGINS?At Yonkers, N. V , on
cl_.... May 16, 1920. William Archib-id
\'. .fCgisis, belovc-U husband il leicn ?**?}"'
loc.-. \viggins. Funeral se
late ??_! l.nce, 673 PaUsadea av., V- a
UeiH. N. Y.. Tu.?sday afternoon, at -
Int'iin.nt at Moant Hopu Csmstsry.
HOOi.j_.lkl-Michael J.. husuan-i of t_*
laie Maigaret M. Woolley. Funsrsl from
ti\ I'nion su, Brooklyn, on VVsd
at 9:30 a. hl Interment Cal>._.,.
WOOl.SEY?-On April 3, 1920. at Carm-',
Francs, Cathariiie Cecll, daughtsi
U:e William Cecll and CaUlarilie ?'?
becca Woolsey. llurlal service Bl
Street t.'ernetery, Now Haven. C??__, k :1.
\S elneaday, May 13, at 12 noon.
WOR.Ml_.EK?Rosa E. wlte of -
W urmser. Funeral Tu.sday
frum liotel Ansonla at 10 o'clock
WYCKOFF?-Patrlcla. Funeral 4. B
nido Drive, Tuesday. 2 p. m.
ITObT -Jurlge Henry D. Vost. Funera. ? '
21^ Walnut st.. Wednes-iay aftsrn
at 2 o'clock.
THE WOODLAWN CF-IETTKHV.
133d _t. Hy Harlom Tratn and -> IT_.??
t-ots of small t'-r.a for vai?
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"CAMPBELL SERVICE'* IS ISOT C0.\
FJNED TO \?r YORK CITY.
A telephone call will bring our
representative to you* tcherever you
may be, uith the least possible delay.
We have personal Kepresentsrflvea i_lmu?t everywhere.
Call "Columbus 8200" Any Hour, Day or Sight. '
FRANK E. CAMPBELL
"THE FUNERAL CHUHCHi.
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