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%i\\ Be Married to Alfred P.
Wedding Will Take Place
Soon After Christmas j
$?s Schlesinger a Bride j
>'uptial* With J. R. Gemmill
Celebrated; Misses Bauer
and Lamson Attendants
Mr. ?r.d Mrs. Charles A. Sackett, of
?a Fifth Avenue, announce the en
jageracr.t of their daughter, Miss
Seatrice Sackett, to Alfred Purdy
Eodrrcan, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
E. Hodgman, o? 399 Park Avenue and
Greenwich, Conn. Miss Sackett's sister
[j Miss Eleanor L. Sackett. Mr. Hodg
???n was ?'ith the A. E. F. in France.
Vodate has been set for the wedding.
According to information received in
yea York yesterday from France, the
'??Triage of Mile. Anne Cuestier to ;
'Robert Walton Goelet, of this city, will l
?i? place in Bordeaux, France, soon
?'ter Christmas. The exact date has ;
?atbeen set, Tl e engagement was an- i
| ten ago. Mile. Guestier
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rail of humor and imagination.
? . . Sorry for any man or
woman who doea not love it.
Whoever reads the firit two pages
will finiih the book then and there.
"One of the most extraor?
dinary things that has come
out of Ireland in a long time,"
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-OBIETY (Women) is the novel
translated from the Polish you've
The Times 6ays:
"To read Kobiety after the medi?
ocre, superficial writing through
Which a reviewer must wade is like
?merging from the subway and ]
drawing pure air into the. lungs. ?
? . The book is really the I
aiary of a young girl physically
oeaatiful. . . . The feminine
?oui, with its curious inconsisten-!
oes, transports, its idealisms and
!?-s little meannesses, " is relent-,
ply laid bare. ... A vivid:
0'' Bill, of "Fragment* from !
Fr*nce" fame, and hero of "The
Better 'Ole" i?
b?? again! The
*">* book', called
^o Whole horrid
to**? of the. de
fendant'? l?fe i?
^"d. and many
Hew drawing? are offered a? ma
ter>*l evidence. $2.50.
pGH SOCIETY, according to The ?
?ening Telegram, "is a volume1
J?ch should appeal equally to (1) i
^?se who are 'in,' (2) those who
Jar.t to be 'in,' (3) those who
?ont want to be 'in' and (4) those
Wflo don't care.
J^' .big, flat, handsome book?a ?
Wtorial guide to life in our upper]
arcies?will be a collector's prize ]
nen this generation is gone."
Joe bound volume? of PUNCH?
**T year? of them??re wonder
u? *toreaou?e? of fact ?ad f?*_
*** fancy ?n word _nd picture.
* *?? choice act? are avail-blo
y* ??? ?tore. Two Woat 45th
L_. a p. p.
ja a daughter of Daniel Guestier, a
large landowner of Bordeaux and
director of the Orleans Railroad. She
is a niece of the Foreign Minister of
Miss Mary Gladys Schlesingcr,
; daughter by a former marriage of Mrs.
\ Roger Lamson, was married last even
; nig at the home of Mrs. James Erskine
Neal, 981 Park Avenue, to James
I Ritchie Gemmill, of'New York. The
wedding took place in town, as Mrs.
; Lamson has closed her country placo
! at Larchmont for the season. Only
relatives and a few intimate friends
were present at the ceremonv, which
: was performed by the Rev. Dr. Sutton,
Of Trinity Chapel. The bride, who isa
granddaughter of the late Robert Chad
wick Hutchings, one-time surrogate
judge of New York, was given away by
her godfather, John H. Flagler. Miss
Martha Lamson was the maid of honor
and Miss Neal Bauer the bridesmaid.
After their.wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
Gemmill will live at 322 East Fifty
Miss Elizabeth Terrlberry, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frederick Ter
riberry, was married to Reynold Bar?
low Hoyt, son of George Hall Hoyt, of
393 West End Avenue, at 3:30 yester?
day afternoon at the home of her par?
ents, 120 West Seventy-third Street.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Dr. Kirkwood, of the Broadway
Tabernacle, in the presence of rela?
tives and a few intimate friends.
There were no attendants.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt will be at home
after January 1 at 8?2 West End Ave?
Paul Abott, who is to marry Miss
Elise Everett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Leo Everett, of loO East Sixty
seventh Streit, on Thanksgiving Day
in the Church of the Transfiguration,
"Buv a boolf a U>ee/r\"
Artists have made of children's
books the most beautiful, the most
tempting and enlivening gifts,
and a pleasure even to the lots
nuho cannot read.
Illustrated by Jean de Bossch??-?;
has been illu?trateed
by Jean de Bo?
schere with his in
f v. x ' I imitable touch of
^V^'^-Sf'S 1 humor and grote?
\ ' querie ?which make?
it more than ever a
tale to delight and
perplex old as well as young. $4.
"The Boy's King Arthur"
Illustrated by N. C. Wyeth;
N. C. Wyeth has added the final touch to
several old favorites which call for the ro?
mantic spirit of his work. "The Boy's King
Arthur" by Sidney Lamer is indeed beau?
tiful, edited by one of America's greatest
poet* and illustrated by an artist. "The
Mysterious Island" by Jult? Verne is an?
other tale of discovery and adventure
which is more colorful because of Wyeth,
as is "The Last of the Mohicans" by
James Fenimore Cooper, that classic of
the early Indian days when western New
Yoik was a frontier. Each $3.50.
"The Arabian Nights"
Illustrated by Ma s field Parrish;
Maxlield Parrish, with his feeling for color
and decoration, has illustrated "The Ara
Lian Nights," edited by Kate Douglas Wig
gin and Nora A. Smith, and "A Wonder
Book and Tangle wood Tales" by Nathaniel
Hawthorne. I he youngster who believe?
he does not care to read will be delighted
bv these beautiful editions. Each $3.50.
"The Wonder Book of Fairy
Tales," etc. '?T
Wonder Books contain many o? the oid
favorites; "The Wonder Book of Fairy
Tales" contains those fairy stories from
England, France, Germany, and the Ara?
bian Nights, delightfully illustrated with
many colored or black and wfnte picture?.
$3.50. "The Wonder Book of the Bible"
contain? the stories which children like,
told m a simple style which they could
even read themselves and which is fine
to read aloud. Each $3.30.
Laboulaye's Fairy Book
Book" contains the
dories first told to
hi* own children,
which have since
then held thousand?
of children spell
the absurd fantasy
and almost thrilling
reality of the won?
der tales. Illustrat?
ed with rare humor
by Edward G. McCandlish
"The Raggedy Man"
by James Whitcomb Riley
"The Raggedy Man" by Jame? Whit?
comb Riley are the rhyme? of almost any
farm line for
"The R?*g*<?y Min! H? wertes for Pa;
An' tw'e Ike foodest nan you ???? saw:
An' th? lUtgedr &Un, be tateme mart rhjTM?
An' t?lU 'em. e? I be irtwJ. ?om* Im?. "
Charmingly illustrated in color? and
printed in large type which the youngttera
can read easily. $2.
Eighth Gallery, New Building.
icsrs-drVay at Ninth Street
will give his farewell bachelor dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Colgate Hoyt, of Oyster
Bay, have arrived in the city, ana are
at the Hotel Plaza.
Mrs. William B. Dinsmore and Miss
Madeleine I. Dinsmore are in town from
Staatsburg, N. Y? and are at the Hotel
Belmont over the week end.
Mrs. II. Ogden Wood gave a luncheon
j yesterday at the Jlitz-Carlton for Mia?
I Murgaret Warren, whose 'engagement
i to Shannon L. Meany was announced
i a few weeks ago. The guest? were Mrs.
j Maynard C. Ivison, Mrs. Chandler
1 Bate?, Miss Marie II. Thnyer and Mies
j Constance DeLanoy.
Professor and Mrs. Allan Marquand
j will give a dance -this evening at
? Guernsey Hall, their home in Prince
j ton, N, J., to introduce to society their
third daughter, Miss Sarnia Marquand.
Many d?butantes from New York will
go over for the affair.
Mrs. Arthur B. Twombly will give a
dinner this evening and alterward take
her guests t? the opera.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Church,
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rumsey Mar
I vin wjll give a dance at the Plaza De
! cember 20 for their daughters, Miss
j Charlotte D. Church, a student at
jFarmington, and Misa Judith H. Mar
I vin, who is attending Miss Spence's
I School, and for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin's
j son, Rumsey Marvin, who is at Yale,
Mrs. S, M. Vauclain, of Philadelphia,
i i.? at the Hotel Vanderbilt for a few
Carved Ceiling and Other
Spanish Antiques Exhibited
\ Spanish antiquities by Se?or J. Ca
; brejo are on exhibition at the Clarke
i gallery, 42 and 41 East Fifty-eighth
| Street. A painted and carved ceiling:,
\ which comes intact from the Palace of
i the Due d'Arcos of the province of Mar
i chena in Seville, is among the objects
, shown. The collection also contains old
' Spanish tiles, some textiles of early datr,
church decorations of all kinds, carved
; wood marriage clients and laces.
Are you taking part in
Children's Book Week?
Add to your child's library
By Walter A. Dyer
Author of "Ben, the Bailie Hone," etc.
A thrilling, exciting story of the
; life and times of Paul Revero,
'crammed with fighting, perilous ad?
venture* and hairbreadth escapes.
; It is all authentic history.
Walter A. Dyer ?ill
speak In the Wanamaker
auditorium on Saturday,
Sow 20, at 2:30 P. M.
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JOSEPH C LINCOLN'S ne_ novel?
A rollicking Cape Cod romance. $2.00
This Is An Appleton Book
BLASCO IBANEZ'S novel
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Some of the pictures of Roman life |
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comparison with the beat descriptive.
passages in Quo Vadla? and the Last !
Haya of Pompeii * * * His picture j
of the patricians, of the wealthy, is?
tremendously impressive in its fero?
cious bitterness. In the Consul Fannius
we have a Mephistophelian Polonius,
the N. Y. Trlbnn* said, of "Cain? Grae- |
chua," by Odin Gregory. All booksell?
ers, $2 net. Boni & Liveright, New York.
A Recent Oyster Bay Bride
Mrs. Hoivard liurdick
She was married recently at the country place of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank C. B. Pape, Oyster Pay, Long Island. She was Miss
Katherine Batim?n Page.' Mr. and Mrs. rape live at the Hotel
.Gotham when in the city. *
To Mark Anna Held"s Grave
Court Allows 810,000 to Build
Surrogate Cohalan gave his ?ippro\*al
yesterday to the petition of ' harles F.
Hanlon, oi San Francisco, cecutor of
the will of Anna Held, to set aside
$10,000 from the estate i t the
in ' he Gate of
Haven Cemeterv, Kensico, N. Y.
Miss Held died on A ,. 12, 1918,
leaving an estate of more than $21
the greater portion of \vh ch she left in
trust for her daughter, Liane Carrera,
also an actress. The affidavit of the
executor was supported by one made by t
Mrs. Lillian Russell Moore, actress
wife of Alexand? c A!..ore, of Pittsburgh, i
who was an intimate friend of th< lat?
for the erect ?on i f
men! over her gra
Amazing and Smashing!"
By ODIN GREGORY
This g irg?o is, thrilling, col rful,
poel - : age ly of love, isi
and betrayal la the ho. V. cultured
men and women uro memoriei ng
?- the page.
It la boi y? i v.-i;i carry
wlih you to rear! over and over
agu-ln for sheer delight.
$2 net, i. ti ? ???. stores.
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Every lover of Opern should orsin
Complete Opera Book
By QTJSTAV KOBIJ?
1000 Pages. 100 Illustrations. 400
Musical Motives, The most com?
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work ever issued on this subject. $6.00
ALL BOOS STORES PUTSAU S
In LEE WILSON DODD'S
Book of Sos&??
"it is Susan's personality that is
the fascinating thing."?Cambridgt
On sale everywhere. $2 00
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MISS LULU EETT
By Zona Gale
A plain American novel. "\? ilh
out flaw."?Atlantic Monthly.
This Is An Appleton Book
9 Just ready, ?I.90
Harcourt, Brace & Howe, 1 W. 47tk St., N. Y.
Odin Gregory, the author, and !
Horace Liveright, the publisher, of :
"Caius Gracchus" are both candidates :
for the literary Croix de Guerre
* * " never since the days of
Shakespeare has a p'.ay written in Eng?
lish metrical verse aroused any appre?
ciable measure of popular enthusiasm
* one finds in "Caius Oracehus"
a drama of vivid color, marked psycho?
logical insight and compelling power
* * * the N. Y. Tribune said of
"Caius Gracchus," by Odin Gregory.?
All booksellers, $2 net. Boni & Live-1
right. Publishers, New York.
Reef Cross Workers Have
Collected $100,000 Here
Half of Allotted lime Has Ex?
pired; Serk S 100.000 by
Red Cross roll call campaign workers
h i collected $100,000 up to noon yes?
terday. Their intention is to raise
I, 100 by Thanksgiving, Half the
time alloted has been used, and only
one quarter of the sum desire
obtained. Nevertheless, thej expect to
Final accounting on the receipts from
the Red Cross tableau-pantomime at the
Lexington Theater on Wednesday night
. ot been completed, but indie
are that the net proceeds will i xceed
The HarPem workers paraded at S
o'clock last night three thousand
The line of march started at 124th
Str-eet and Lenox Avenue at - o'clock
and disbanded at 150th Street. Overseas
nurses, canteen workers, National
Guard, American Legion and Vetei
of Foreign War.; detachments, and Boj
Scouts and Girl Scouts wore among the
NJfT of the best hooks of the j
y;'ar," says Heywo id
Broun about POTTERiSM.
A fascinating, brilliant novel.
One of the three bes! sdiing
books in New York last week.
8th edition. $2.CM! everywhere.
Mr. Gregory possesses a gift for
sharp individual characterization.
* * * It is a pulsating, heroic,
human drama of extraordinary inten?
sity, projected against an extremely:
rich banckgroand, the N. Y. Tribune
said of "Caius Gracchus," by Odin ;
Gregory. All Booksellers, $2 net. Boni ,
_ Liveright, Publishers, New York.
THE FINER GRADES ONLY IN MODERN
AfD D ISTIN CTTVE DESIGNS
121 FIFTH AVENUE. AT 32*? STREET
THIS AFTERNOON AT 2
CONCLUDING TOMORROW AFTER?
NOON AT THE SAME HOUR
Madison Square South, New York
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
THE MORE IMPORTANT ITEMS
OF THE GREAT
INCLUDES THE GRAND MORLAND PANELS
'THE CRUIKSHANK," "QUEEN ANNE" and
"ELIZABETHAN" PANEL ROOMS.
The Sale Will Be Conducted by Mr. THOMAS E. KIRBY
and hi? a*iist?nt*, MR. OTTO lif.KNET and MR. EL H. PARKE
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Manager?
Madison Sq, South, Entrance 6 E. '?3d Street. New ?ark
Dr. Berghes Is Dead:,!
To Enter Monastery
Formerly an Italian Prince,
He Fought Witlf British
Army in Sudan and Egypt
Before Coming to America
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 18.?Dr. De
Lasta Berghes^ormerly an Italian noble?
man, who renounced his claims to roy?
alty to become a novitio in the monas?
tery of St. Thomas at Villanova, died
last night in the monastery. He had
been ill only a short time. Dr. Berghes
was forty-seven years o?d.
Dr. Berghes, whose real title was
the Mo3t Reverend Prince and Duke
De Landas-Berghes St. Wlnock et de
Rache Rudolph Francois St. Patrice
Alphonsus Ghislain de Gramont-Ham
ilton do Lorraine, war, an Italian
prince who claimed to have succeeded
in 1907 to the Prince Dukedom of De
Berghes by means of letters approved
by King Leopold II, or Belgium, and
Emperor Francis Joseph, of Austria
He was born in Naples, the son of
Count de Landas Bourgogne de Rache
and Adelaide M. de Graniont-Hamilton.
Ho lived most of his life, in England
and at the age of twenty-one was a
lieutenant in the British army. He de?
clared in statement..-; after his arrival
in VillaijPva, that he had seen service
under Lord Kitchener in the Sudan nnd
in Egypt, and that lie had attained the
rank of lieutenant colonel before leav?
ing the army.
When Dr. Berghes came to thii
country in 191G lu- was elevated to the
Archbishopric of the American brand:
of the old Jansenist Catholic Church
His auxiliary in this country vas Car
m el ii. Carfora, titled a regional bis
hop. Dr. Berghes renounced aise
his ecclesiastical title to enter th<
monastery and would have conclude!
his probation next month, when hi
would have been admitted t? the St
Reginald Farrer, British
Writer, Dies in India
lie Was the Author of Novels
Plays and Books on Horti?
culture and Travel
LONDON, Nov. 18.-? Word was re
ceived in London to-day of the deatl
in India of Reginald Farrer, a widel;
?? English writer. His death wa
the result of diphtheria.
Reginald Farrer was born in 188C
lie received his education at Bailio
College, Oxford, and after that travelei
I extensively in Canada, China, Japai
and Corea. He accompanied the earl;
journeys of the botanical exploration
the ( stern and western Alps o
Europe; went to Ceylon in 1907 an
to Athens and Constantinople in 19 r.
?':? m 1914 to 1916 he went acros
? rthern China and over the Tibeta
?? ? 1er, and upon his return was em
? i as a clerk in the Foreign Offici
Mr. Farrer '.vas the author of se\
e al vvorks, among them novels, play
and books on horticulture and trave
His nov?is are "The House of Shadows,
?'The S indered Streams." "The Way
of Rebellion," -'The Anne-Queen
Chronicle" and "Through the Ivor
Among his ?'lays are ''The Dowage
(if Jerusalem," "Vasanta the Beaut
ful" ano "The Void of War." His hoi
ticultural works and books of trave
include "My Rock Garden," "Alpine
a d Bog i' ants," "In a Yorkshire Gat
? ?moi - ? he Hills," "The Garde
o? Asia," "In Old Ceylon" and "On th
Eaves of the World."
P. DAVIS OAKEY
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. LS. i
Davis Oakey, formerly member of Cor
. ?? ? h im the 1st Connecticut Dis
trict, died here to-day 'in a hoti
where he had made his home for som
time. He was sixty years old.
Mr. Oakey was born in East Mil:
, :?,'. .). For several years he wa
staff of The Hartford Courar,
and also held several city offices^ i
Hartford. He was elected to Congres
? Republican ticket in 1914 an
in the 64th Congress for tw
ISAAC R. BREEN
WATERTOWN, N. Y., Nov. 18.?Isaa
R. Breen, formerly Mayor of this citj
,:;, 1 at his home here this afternoo
after a long illness. He was fifty-tw
- ears old. Heart disease was the caus
of his death. Mr. Breen was a lawye
V v profession.
Bernard Wurzburger, sixty-nir
years old, vice-president of the Dor
Manufacturing Company, makers <
ladies' wear, with offices at Sixth Ave?
nue and Twenty-third Street, died yes?
terday in his home, 225 West Eightieth
He was born in Germany and came
to this country forty-seven years ago.
He was a member of the Harmonie
Club and other organizations.
Funeral services will be held on Sun?
day morning at 10 o'clock at the Fun?
eral Church, Broadway and Sixty-sixth
George McLaughlin, for many years
secretary of the State Prison Commis?
sion and an authority on prison mat?
ters, died yesterday in his home in
Albany, X. Y. He was seventy-nine
Mr. McLaughlin was an attorney and
I formerly was prominent in the affairs
of the Republican party in Sullivan
County. He served in "the State As?
sembly in 1867 and 1398 and was ap?
pointed secretary ot" the Prison Com?
mission by Governor Roosevelt in 1899.
C APTAIN GEORGE W. FULMER
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 18.?George
1 W. Fulme;", one of the oldest and most
widely-known towboat captains in
Philadelphia Harbor, died to-day in
, hid home here. He was eighty-five
I years old, and had passed seventy-;':v<
years of his life o:\ board vessels. He
i had been a captain of towboat3 since
. lie was nineteen years old.
During the Civil War Captain Ful
mer commanded the Philadelphia tug
. Commodore Foote, which was used by
; the government in Southern waters.
. VISCOUNTESS FALKLAND
LONDON*. Nov. 18.?The d*ath is ?ri
r.cuncej of Viscountess Falkland.
Viscountess Falkland was the wife oi
, .Baron Plantagenet Cary, Twelfth
, Viscount Falkland and Twelfth Lord
Cary, representative peer for Scotland.
?Before her marriage she was Miss
'] Mary Reade, daughter of Robert Reade,
| of New York.
DR. B. T. CONDIT
M1DDLETOWN. N. Y.. Nov. IS.?Dr.
B. T. Condit, of Goshen, one of the best
known physicians in the southern tier
of counties, is 'dead as the result of
ivy poisoning he suffered a few weeks
ago while working in his garden.
Dr. Condit was county physician, and
.also was physician for the Erie Rnil
road. He was sixty-eight years old.
GEORGE R. A. HE V ELK A
(ieorge R. A. Hevelka. a well-known
magazine illustrator, died yesterday in
the Hackensack Hospital, Hackensack,
NT. J., of blood poisoning. He was mar
' ried and lived in Montvale, N. J.
Bookcase of Sheraton
Period Sold fbr $1,200
At the fourth afternoon session of
the sale of property belonging to
i Charles of London, at the American
| Art Galleries yesterday, furniture and
paintings were sold for $35,737.50,
making a total so far of $313,259.50.
An inlaid mahogany wing bookcase.
Sheraton period, was bought by W. W.
Seaman, agent, for $1,200, the highest
price of the afternoon. A carved oak
tester bed, Elizabethan period, was
sold to P. W. French & Co. for $1,050,j
the second highest price of the day.1
Other sales included;
A carved oak refectory table. Eliza
bPthar, period, from the collation o?
Sir Arthur Cory-Wright. To Syl?
vester Quheton for $87*,.
An Inlaid walnut tab!?. William and
Mary period, from the collection o? the
Dowager Countess of WolBelev. To
M. E. Stewart for $?"<"
An Inlaid walnut desk, Queen Anne
period, from the collection of Misa
Harding, of Cheltenham, lady-in
waiting to '.ha late Oueen Victoria.
To .lohn Simon for $770.
An Inlaid walnut bureau, William
ana Mary period, from th* collection
of Miss Harding, of Cheltenham. To
Otto Bernet, agent, for $725.
An inlaid mahogany side tabl?,
Sheraton period, To <''Donn"!! Iwelln
Tapestry walnut Rettee, Qu?en Anne
period, "ron^. the collection of Sir Ed
-?,'. ard M !d< n, ?or $675.
A carved and Inlaid oak bedstead,
English renaissance. To Glnsbiirg
& bevy for ?675.
A carved oak court cupboard. Jaco?
bean period. To Otto Bernet, agent,
The sessions will continue this after?
noon and to-morrow.
500 Amherst Alumni to Take
Part in Gift Day Program
AMHERST, Mass., Nov. 18.?More !
than 500 Amherst College alumni will |
gather here to-morrow to participate in j
the Amherst centennial gift program.
The purpose is to aid in the financial i
strengthening of the institution. Ap- |
proximately $3,000,000 is needed.
The program includes stunts on the ?
campus by such prominent Amherst '
graduates as Arthur Curtibs James, Her- !
bert L. Pratt, Dwight W. Morrow, :
Charles S. Whitman and Mortimer L. ?
Schiff. Calvin Coolidge, Vice-President- i
elect, will make an address at a grand ]
rally in College Hall on Saturday eve- j
Colonial Dames Reception
The Colonial Dames of the State of
New York opened their winter program
yesterday with a reception at Mansion
House, in Van Cortlandt Park. Mrs.
Hamilton Fairfax, the president, deliv?
ered the opening address, in which she !
outlined the activities for the coming !
months. Colonial Dames speakers will
visit the public schools regularly,
throughout the winter.
Birth, Engagement, Marriage, j
Death and In Memoriam ISotices
may be telephoned to The Tribune
any time' up to midnight for in?
sertion in the next day's paper. |
Telephone Bcekman 3000.
HALLABAN?WBISOAtTKB?Mr. and Mr?.
E'lward A. Weissauer, of New York City,
anr.oun.-e the engagement of their daugh?
ter, Lillian Adele, to Mr. W. Scott Hai
JES8UP?KEI.LOGG?The engagement Is
announced of Mr. I'hlHp C Jessup. son
of -Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Jeasup. of
New York City, and ills? Lois Walcott
K-l'.ogg, daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Jfred
frick Kellogg, of Utica, N. Y.
GRANT?KABKK?On Wednesday. Novem
i-r 17. lHHS. at the Church of St. An?
drew, South Orange, N. J., by the Kev.
_S ' 'heswick Todd, nf Orange. N. J-, as
?lated by the Kev. Stanley White, D.D.,
?; H'lyi. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lennox
Stewart Xabt-r. to Richard Hryan? Grant, i
son of Margie Kne&na and the late I
J. Raiston Orant, of Orange.
GKEELEY ? WILSON ? Wednesday. No- I
vember 17, at th? bride's horn?, 127
Woodland av., New Rochelle, N. Y.. by j
th? Rfcv. Georg? Reynolds, Adale, daugh- i
tor of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Wilson, j
to Bradford Ware Qreeley. ?on of Mr. j
and Mrs. William B. Greeley. I
IMPORTER OF SAPPHIRES
BKILL^-At Hmpstead. N. T.. November
17 ls::o. Aim Elisabeth, widow o?
Francis l?ri?. Funeral f?rvte*t at Um
home of her daughter. Mrs .lohn S.
Nichols. 1ST Washington st.. Hempstead,
N. Y., on Saturday, November 20, a*.
2:30 p. m.
BKOMI.RT- At Eastern Tolnt. Groton,
Conn.. November 1?. I92C, Afi?lala?
Bromley, dauehter of Isaac and Kat?
Warren Bromley, Funeral servie at her
summer reiiidence, Eastern Point, on
Friday, November :?. at : o'clock.
CANTY?On Tuesday. November is. 1910.
I'ar.:?l Ca?nty. Funeral from his late
resilience. 134 McDonough st.. Brooklyn,
Friday morning, November 19. a"- S:3t>,
to Church o? our Lady of Victory.
CARNEY?On November 1?, 19S?, Asme*.
beloved wife of Patrick Carney arid
mother of A Funeral from
te resid? 819 9th uve.. Friday,
a. m.; thence to Church of Pauiist
Fathers. Intern nt Calvary.
CLARKE?Su -. November II.
at her residence, 22 East 3tth st..
:n h< - . .-, Fanny K.. wife of
Thomas B. Clarke. Funeral r-rivate.
Coi in hoy r n 3 ' ?. November 17
Charles J-, husband of _mma
E. Ha Ig lit. Funeral Cram his late real?
>? - Hawthorne ave., Tonkers
- ay, November if, at 2 ;>. m. In
' ? ? : :: ?.;:-. Wo idlawn.
?nvilN?On Tuesday, Novemb - '- 's*-...
, ,:i his Cist y~ar, (la?:a- ?: , he.oved.
liusUa: I of I i.?: :'i:neral
servici - - ihus's Church
DOWI>?On November 16 Eklward J., b
husband of Anita a. Dowd (?le?
f K itbei Dow I
nee Dunn) sud the late John Dow,l.
Ii Ward. 'unerai
his late res . West ISth
tl to St. Bernard's ?. hurci.
.' i'-ien la an relative?
BDMrXDS?S November 1?.
t?a ma F. Edmur. slstei l >1<-*. A. J
?"'?a?,.. Fui ? li es will be helo
-f- mple, corner of 3d
uve. ano .- horn st., Br ,'-." vn, on
Friday, .n >. at 10:30 a. T_
Interment at ilreenwood Cemetery.
I PI.KTCHJHE?Ti. n is. husband of Su tan S?.
Fletcher, on Novemher ?T. -n l.'.a 97th
?ar. Services at his late residence, 66s
! vors?da Drive, corner 144th st., Friday
at S p. m. Interment privat-.
FORT --On November 17, :52o, John
- Fort, beloved hus:.,: : of Lott:?
:-y ??- rt, in his ?Mb. yv>a-. Ijnera'
la ?ate home, M2 <'harlton
I ave.. - i.ge, N. J? on ?j: .irday
. 2 p. m. Pleats omlv
GILBT- Mrs. Mary Girtar, ared If ytart.
oc? of her aor.
Uiiby. Funeral ??ervlc. Friday
ovaning al e .-,-. t the, residence
.-. ii daughter, Mrs. R. M. French, l?t
? . Westiield, X. j. interment.
airview Cemetery at convenience at
GBXFF1N tt ??-?:>, N T. Ne
vembei :- :\ John Herbert OrtSta.
- uni -al lerv 9 at his late home-, ?48
ord R ad, Saturday. : 80 p. m.
leaves Grand Central Station at
HARRIS- mber IT. Elmer 3., be
band of Alice Harris (nee Yal
Services at hie la e residence
2463 Manon ave., the Bronx, Friday a.
8 p. ?-- - Funeral Baturdav, ;o a. m
Interim nt Mou . : .
HENZE?On November 17, Caroline B. (ne.
Wolfinger), iifuriy belovi d wife of Hti.~
B. and n ither of Harry. Caryl and
Funeral from her late .
-.-:. Ferry av., Bronx, Satlir
? iay. November 20. 1920, 10 a. m.; thence
t-i St. Brendan's Church, Perry ave.
and !:?'> T c li st., where a soie:...-i roQuiem
mass will be ffered for the repose of
her soul. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
?JONES?On Wednesday. November 17,
1920, al hern Ideuce, 188 K-u: ."it h ?t..
New Vork, Florence Puller, ?? lfe of
Percy 1 nerum Jones, ruiit-r?! rr.vate.
KKTdl.W -Suddenly, on November 1?, at
his resid? n - 195 Hicks st., Brooklyn,
Henr: on of the late J?hn H.
and Augusta Ketchan. Funeral r-rivate.
KIM?On November 17. Catherine C
King. Funeral from her late :? sidenee,
4.1'u West 260th st., Friday. November
19, 9 30 a. thence to Church of
St. Mai-far?', Riverdale, where a re- ?
mass wiil he cplebrat?-!. Inter
Raymond's 1 I :
KJUEINERT?Thursday, November IS, at
residence, 31 West 'Tin ?t., Virginia O.
widow Isaac it. Kleinere Notice of
KORK?-On Wednesday, November 17, 1920,
Hol H. Kohn, Beloved husband of LUI!?
V. Kuhn, in his 75th year,'at h.s borne
Funeral strictly private. i'.t'?so omit
McDONAED?On N'ovember : 7. Marrare:
R. O'Brien, beloved wife of Maurice
McDonald. Funeral from her la;*; resi
? !?:;.?. 1549 fclast 17th st.. Brooklyn; to
tl roi an's Church, Avenu? O and
Coney Island ave., Saturday, November
CO, at 10 a. n . Interment Calvary.
?_?_K??Suddenly, Wednesday, November
17, 1920, ar hit residence, .Jam?? Cooper.
son ol the late ilarr,?^ Barry ?n-t Jamen
Cooper Meeka. Services -J4 William st .
i ir?n??. N. J.. Friday, Novembei
J?. at 1Q:^0 r?. m. Interment Woodlan-:t
- . metery, Philadelphia.
MH'HEL- Phillip. TUB FUNERAL
CHURCH, Broadway, 6ttth it.
Mil.I.ER?Kntered Into T':b: November IT,
l^^y. Elizabeth, beloved mother of Wil?
liam D. Miller Mrs! J. C, de Winter and
Mrs. J. VV. Phalr. Funeral from th'^
residence of r.'-r daufrht?r, Mrs. J. ?'
<ie Winter, 574 West End ave , Frida.
evening at 8 o'clock, li.terme.nt at con
venlence of the fai.-.iiy.
RADFORD-At his home, ?SO 6t, Nicholas
ave., on November It!. U20,?Jamea P.,
bel ived liusbaii-1 of Mary Ward an-I
father of the Bev. Hdmond V. Hadford.
Requiem niass Friday. 1 ft _ m.. at the
ti of ?t. Charles Borromeo, West
: list st.
REE\S?At Yonkers. N. Y.. Thursday N'o
nber :S, 1920, Gabrl?! Reevs, In his
, ear. Funeral, private, Saturday.
Interment Oakland Canivtury, Yonkero.
SANDERSON?On November 16. Mary A
- I mother of Eleanor Elliott and
?Minufl lt.. at her resi lenee, .189 Eat*
Jii7th st. Funeral services at St. Paul's
Church, Waabln?ton ave. near 171st st.,
on Friday, November 13, at 10:30 a. m.
S(H LEY?Annie R., passed away at St.
Luke's Hospital, N'ovember 17, widow at
the lata AdmirrJ Wlnfleld Scott Schley.
Funeral and nu^tr.ent \Sashington, D. C
SJJEPAKD?At bj?r residence in South
.Hange, N. J-, N-jferuber 17, 19?0, Mary
-. irsworthy, -'.aurrhter of the lar-? iiur
rett and Mary Norsworthy Shepard, for
... of New York City, and titter of
l. bert Fitch Shepard, of Washington.
D. C. Funeral servie-? at 423 Center
.Street, South Orange, N. J., on Friday,
November 19, a'. 10:30 a. m. Trali
: ,-. South Orange leaves Hoboken ?.??
a. .'.-... via Lackawanna Railroad.
SHERMAN?Cecilia, devoted wife of Abra
ham moi dear mother of Dr. Henry
Sheri u'o Ma R.-.-ker, Ruth ?.rid Irene
and sister of Dr. Max Krirr.k-. Funeral
from her late residence, 6* West 113th
st.. on Friday, N vrember '.'?. at 10 a. m.
sharp. Interment Washington Cemetery.
SHINE?Or, November 17. 1D20, Julia
Shine, beloved wife of the ?ato Daniel
Shine and mother of Daniel. Timothy,
Mary and Margaret Shine and Mrs. Bes?
tie Cronin, native of Cork, Ireland. Vm
neral .'rum h-, r late residence, ?'J West
36th st.. on Saturday, at 9:30 a. rn. ;
ttiinr-- to H ?;>? Innocenta" Church, ??th
nt near Broadway, where a solemn matt
of requiem will be offered for the reposo
t r her soul. Interment Holy Croat
rVI RZBCRGER ? Bernard. TH_ FU
NBRAli CHI RCH, Broadway. 66th st,
Sunday, 10:30 a. m.
EI.MENDOBF?1" iovlng memory of N'leol?
. i.o died November 19, 1*90.
Call "Columbus 8200"
I Any Hour, P?y or N^bt
FHANX ?- CA_FB_U_
?THE tUNERAL CHURCH'* Uc
1970 Broadway ml 66tk S_
?r-i??t Ml*- J5? ?t. * St? At.
1_? _ IV I ,,?- Oldest K*fd. _.o>i?_ii._.i
JOhn W. L>0_ ?? K. 125_. 133i H_l?_j
TiTK woodiawv cemetzkt
3114 St. By HarUkn Train and by TrO-?fb
Dot? of sin?'.: .Jb 'or ?ala.
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