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Is Hostess at Dinner-Dance Jlr. and Mrs. Cornelius Jr., Home From Western Tour, Present at Affair for Marquis de Carisbrooke The Navy Ball To-night Marvins and Churches Give Dance at the Plaza for School and College Set* Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt gave a dinner-dance last night at her home, ?40 Fifth Avenue. The principal guest | was the Marquis do Carisbrooke, who has been staying at the Vanderbilt house 7'or a tew days. He is a brother ? c7" the Queen of Spain and a grandson of Queen Victoria. The other guests numbered about eighty and were seated at one large table in the main dining room presided over by Mrs. Vanderbilt, gnd at a smaller table in the small j dining room, where Mr. and Mrs. Cor nelius Vanderbilt jr. and Miss Grace , V.-mderbilt did the honors. Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt jr. recently returned from California, where they passed several weeks after a trip tb.ro.ugh the Canadian Rockies. Several dinners were given previous to the dance by other hostesses Mi'9 Vanderbilt's sister-in-law, Mrs. Rich? ard T. Wilson, giving one of twenty covers at her home, 130 West Fifty seventh Street. Mrs. Vanderbilt's guests for the dance included members of the older and younger married sets, girls who came out a few years ago and many of the debutantes of the season, as well as the men of society of the younger and older generations. Mr. and Mrs. Walter- Rumsey Marvin and Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Church gave a dance last night at the Plaza for their children, Miss Judith H. Marvin, a student at Miss Spencc's School, and Miss Charlotte D. Church a studer.t at Fnrminp*ton, and Rumscj Marvin, an undergraduate at Yale. Thf girls have not yet been introduced tc society, and the cruests, about 300 ir number, at the dance were boys am girls home from school and coilpge Previous to the dance Mrs. Waltei Pamrosch gave a dinner for Miss Mar? vin at her home, 146 East. Sixty-firs Street, and Mrs. GeorjTte Pallas Yeo mans, of 2 East Eighty-sixth Street gave a similar affair at her home, foi Miss Church. Mrs. Colgate also enter? tained at dinner and took her guest; to the dance. Mme. Frances Alda, Chamice, wh? ?Y 1 WEST ?OTH STREET NEAR FIFTH AVENUE Answering an urgent demand for a superfine georgette crepe at a low price, we have secured about 6,000 yards from ^hich you may choose at $1.15 a yard. The selling begins Tuesday, Dec. 21, at 9 a. m. sharp. There are surprisingly /ew* georgettes available that are worth offering. Mr. F rute hey considers this limited quantity very desirable for retail selling. It has that true pebble and sheer strength required by good judges of silk, and is found here in 75 delightful colors, among "hich are the w anted pheasant, rust, and metallic grays. :7a*aa ~?1777. a . 'TvftMm^-'-':?-77777^77777i777'77a7aa^7-" 7'"*;"7--_77^a7777777di-?i;7? ,-21 _rr^-^?Cir VIV? i i;-^>*^._ ^ f few DREICER^C0 Tearl? TPrccucu? Jtcne? and (Jew?U FIFTH AVENUE at FORTY-SIXTH took the place of Beniamino Gigli, and Gutia Casini, 'cellist, were the artists at Albert Morris Bagby's musical morning yesterday at tho Waldorf i Astoria. The audience was a large and distinguished one, among those seen being the Duke and Duchess of Richelieu, Baron do Rosen, Count Vichy. Mrs. Walter Cutting and her daughter, Mrs. Arthur J. Cumnock, Mrs. Henry Phipps and her daughter, Mrs. Frederick E. Guest. Mrs. Pres? ton Gibson, Dr. and Mrs. Preston Pope i Sattcrwhito, Mrs. J. Horace Harding, Miss Catherine Harding. Mrs. George Henry Warren, Mrs. Lawrence Town send, Mrs, Francis L. V. Hoppin, Mrs. John Turner Atterhury, Mrs. William Post, Mrs. Charles H. Ditson, Mrs. Charles S. Whitman, Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, Mrs. John Turner Atter ? bury, Mr. and Mrs. Newbold Morris, , Mrs. Frederic Ncilson, Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, Mrs. Wesley Watson, Mrs. Ho? ratio N. Slater. Mrs. James Lenox ; Banks. Mrs. Casimir de Rham. Miss i Gwendolyn King, Miss Marion Hodman ' and Miss Audrey Hoffman. The Navy Ball for the benefit of the ; Manhattan Navy Club, 13 East Forty , first Street, will be given this evening in the ballroom of the Hotel Commo? dore. Dinners will be given previous to the dance by Mrs. Vincent Astor, Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson. Mrs. E. Henry Harriman, Mrs. William H. . Hamilton. Mrs. Julian W. Rohbins, Mrs. Arthur'Curtiss James and others. A dance for the benefit of the Madi? son Avenue Exchange for Women's Work will he given to-night under the direction of Mrs, Ira Barrows and others. Mr?. James H. Ottlcy gives a dance to-night at the Ritz-Carlton for her debutante daughter, Miss Martha Ot tley, and Mrs. George Barton French gives a dinner and theater party for Miss Isabella Wood, Miss Helen L. S. Trevor and Miss Betty Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Charlo3 Bradley have arrived in the city from their place at CoTivent, N. J., and are at the Hotel St. Regis. Mrs. John W. Beale and her daugh? ter Miss Katherine C. Beale, who ?ire at the Hotel Astor, will go to Wash? ington to-morrow. Dr. and Mrs. Preston Pope Satter white have returned to the city from their country place at Great Neck, L. I., and are at their home, 803 Fifth Ave? nue. Mr?. Williams Watts Sherman gave a dinner last night at her home in Fifth Avenue and afterward took her guests to the opera. Mrs. Roger Lewis will give a th? dansant Thursday afternoon, December "0, to introduce her daughter, Miss Mary Barney Lewis. Miss ('Jara !*?a*.age Wedded The marriage of Miss Clara Savage and Harold Aylmer Littledale took ; place hist evening in All Souls' Uni? tarian Church, Fourth Avenue and Twentieth Street, Dr. William L. Sul? livan perfo med the ceremony, assisted by the une''1 ?f the bride, the Rev. ' Robert W. Savage, of Winthrop, Mass. 't \\v,. Marshall Don Beuick, formerly; Miss Louise Townsend Nicholl, was the matron of honor and Stanley Went best man. Mr. and Mrs. Littledale will Ho at home after January at 16? West ty-third Street, New York City. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii?iilliiMIIIII T" A CTT?i^Vv ?V^T1 Made to Measure by Expert London Tailors in a Few Days from Receipt of Order. The latest types of Cheviot, Fleece, Diag? onal and Eivsian Over? coatings extensively stocked in the piece, also made up ready for immediate wear. Till. COSSALGil 1' At present exchange rates your dollars almost double in value when you buy London tailoring. Order whan you come over, or write for PRICES, PATTERNS & SELF-MEASUREMENT FORMS THE HOUSE WITH 40 YEARS' REPUTATION CHAS. BAKER & CO.'S STORES, LTD., LONDON. HRAD DEPOT, EXPORT AND LETTER ORDER DEPT?, 271 to 274, HIGH HOLBORN^W. C. 1 41 and 43, Ludgate Hill, E. C. 4 137 to 140, Tottenham Court Road, W. 1 256, Edjfware Road, W. 2 27 to 33, Kin?: St., H^mmenmitht W. 0 5 to 9, Seven Sister? Road, N. 7 CROVDON BRANCH; Whitgift Hot?e, North End 77//: in.RUSCIIelM Red Cross House Hostess Mrs. Fairfax Landstreet She. i? one of thp hostesses at the Red Cross Holiday House, which the Now York Chapter of the Red Cross has opened at 3 East Fifty-third Street for disabled ex-service men and men still in the service, who arte stranded in New York and cannot join their families for the Christmas holidays. Duchess of Marl borough To Quit London for Paris LONDON, Dae. 20.?The Duchess of Marlborough, formerly Consuelo Van? derbilt, who was recently prnnted a divorce from h^r husband, the Duke of Marlborough, has decided to leave Hooks for Boys The Sons o1 Corniac an?! T-i)?-h nf Other Men's ?or?^ By ALDIS DUNBAR Irish folk talcs, rich in beauty and inspiration. $2.50 Jungle Roads ami other Trails of Roosevelt By DANIEL HENDERSON A book of tine adventure; just the thing for a live boy. $;?.00 A Book of Bovhooils By EUGENIE M. FRYER Brief acounts of the early years of many men who later became leaders. $a.00 Quite seriously we assert that: better reading for your growing bovs would bo very difficult to find. E. P. DUTTON & CO., 681 Fifth Ave., New York FOR CHRISTMAS GIVE A NOVEL by MERBICK Mis Conrad in Quest o! HiS YOUth ?r 'h? later House of Lynch are certain to be en)oyed. They are on sale in any bookstore, or if not, can be had from E. P. DUTTON & CO., 681 5th Av., N. Y. Rare Editions in Charming Bindings BLASCO IBANEZ' novel The Enemies of Women by the aullmr of "The lour Horsemen of the Apocalypse." $2.15. If not in your lora! hook slrre, can he had from E. P. DUTTON & CO., 681 5tk Ay., N. T. "Nonsense of the cleverest sort" ?Boston Herald. IT PAYS to smle By Nina Wile ox Putnam "You'll enjoy every min- fa^^TJ^ ute"- Detroit Free Press. ?,L-,??:?J^) FOR CHRISTMAS GIVF. LEE WILSON DODO'S Book o! Susan $2.00. If not in your local book store, ?Im hook can he had from E. P. DUTTON & CO., 681 5th A?., N. Y. England permanently, and probably will make Paris her future home, according to The Daily Mail. For ninny years the du*hess h^s given a ?*up to an or? ganization as a aria", and it was an? nounced on Saturday, when this year'? cup va presented, that the gift would not be made in future. ?i has been rumored in Paris since the Duchess of Marlborough obtained her divorce that she was to ho married to Jacques Balsan, the French sports? man, Balsan, who 1= 52 years old, is identified with aviation, hunting, horse? manship and automobiling in France, an'd belongs to the Aero, Automobile, Polo, Royal Circle and Hockey clubs. W. K. Vanderbilt, father of the duches:-, who died last summer, be queathed to her a chateau and four farms in Normandy, subject to tho life estate of his widow. \?? Whit? a? ?9 9 g SincfsEs* Lewis By "ranks with 'The Scarlet Leiter, lo write such a hook is to lie great, bul to l'-ad such a book and consider it weil will he eternally to the ?redit of this country." 1 he country can already lake some credit. Published .O.i 23rd ?? ? printing.Oct.27lh 7 'a: I printing.0? f. JOi/t / oui f/i printing.\'o". 11 th Fifth printing.Vov. /<Si/i Sixth printing.Nov. 26th S ? mill printing.Dec. filh Eighth printing.Ore. 11 th Ninth printing.Dec 17th (Fach 5,000-10,000 copies) nan literally set a new standard for novels of the Middle West."? Carl Van Doren m N. Y. Eve. Post. At all bookstore!. $2.<>0 Harcourt, Brace &. fiov/e, 1 W. 47th St., H.Y THINK OF I & BUY OF BUTTON'S 681 Fifth Avenue %i il Cards Calendars An Unusual Assortment. RRENTANO'S Fifth Avenue. New York ?^A^?^>?.^gJ5Qg| Cards and Calendars BUTTON'S 681 Fifth ArentM ?4,000,000 Raised As War Work Fund Mav Go to Hoover All Organizations Holding Share in Money, Except One, Said to Have Given Consent to the Transfer It was announced at the office of the American Relief Association, 42 Broadway, yesterday, that negotiations are under way between Herbert Hoover and a committee representing various war work organizations in ob? tain the consent of these organizations for the transfer of a ?4,000,000 war work fund now in the custody of the committee to the $30,000.000 European relief fund now being raised under direction of Mr, Hoover. The com? mittee in charge of the S4.nnO.n00 in? cludes in it? membership President Wilson, Secretary Daniels and Secre? tary Baker. At the office of the American Relief Administration it was said, in the absence of Air. Hoover, who s in Springfield, Mass., that the organiza? tions that have the custody . *' the fund are the Knights of Columbus the y.-M. C. A., the V. \V. C. A. and several others. Nearly all of these organiza? tions, it was declared, have expressed their willingness to have th ? $4,000, 000 fund transferred to Mr. Hoove- to help swell the fund sought by him to save ?hundreds of thousands of European children from starvation. The only organization which has not yet given its consent for the trans? fer of the fund is the Y. M. C. A? which pleaded tnat it had budgeted its 1 nr?~, and was, therefore, not in a position to give its consent for the transfer unless other provision can be made to cover its share. It also was declared that even should the V. M. ('. A. eventual!;,' ! ?i -, position t?) give its approval to the transfer there may be legal oh ! in the way of it- consummation, it is i understood that Secretary Daniels has ?'iven hi< consent to the transfer ; I that Secretary Baker, while in agree? ment with Secretary Daniels, ex] ?he opinion that the mo'nev could not legally be transferred. President Wil? son, it was said, would be guided in the matter by the recommendations of Secretaries Daniels ird Baker. Officials of the American Relief As? sociation expressed the hope that I eventually a way may be four;.! to ac? complish the transfer. The European Relief Council will crive an "invisible guest" dinner at the Hotel Commodore December 20. The | guests for whom, the dinner is named are the children of eastern European countries whom the council is trying to save "rom starvation this winter. The visible guests will be those who have given or obtained gifts of $1,000 for the fund. A gift of $10,000 en? titles the giver to a table seating :? n persons. R. .1. Cuddihy, treasurer or The Literary Digest, which has been col? lecting money for the Hoover fund, has $2,000,000 on hand. The Chi.is tree part.1.' at the Metropolitan Opera House Sunday afternoon resulted in $700.000 in -rifts and pledges. 1 rank lin K, Lane, treasurer of the council. has received several hundred thousand dollars more. Officers of the council are confident that at ?east 10 nor cent of the $33,000,000 needed has been raised. Lodge to Take Webster's Place as Pilgrim Orator PLYMOUTH. Mas?., Der. 20.- On the eve of Forefathers' Day, three hundred : years after the landing of the Pilgrim?, this old town set the stage to-day for formal observance of the event. At the two hundredth anniversary Daniel i Webster delivered an oration. To-mor j row Senator Lod?;e will make the chief i address. Plymouth Rock underwent another change to-day. In the course of trans : fer from its old bed to a new founda : tion it was split in two. The break was a renewal of an old one that ha 1 ! been mended with cement. The ro*.k : is to be restored to its original base at the water line on the harbor shore. The accident to-day recaUed to his ! torians the fact that when the break first occurred, in 1775, it was pointed to as a portent of the separation of the ' Colonies from England. To-night Plymouth Rock was under a police guard. Souvenir hunters had been early on the sco7ie. A woman from New Jersey, who carried a small hammer, was informed that lie not take away a piece of the rock. She took instead a piece of the snale on which the ro-k has rested. For Boys and Girls w wriKNT "i.\r OF FAIRYLAND In colors. 3 sections, with a ?'? >o il. Guide bj BERNARD ?SLEIGH $5.00 Princess Wliite Flame By GERTRUDE CROWNFIELD tal? b" M.ii Hansel and Gretc! Vnd ??? h? r ??' I'i'-s by I '? -> Hi ' he rs CJrl am. Illus i ral f?l In . ? lors by An Ka.? kham $5.00 Snowdrop and Other Stories by the Brothers Grimm. I llusl ral fid ? ol ra by .'? t hur Ra 1?. ha m '. '? 0 D These books should be en sale in cn)> boolfstorc ; if no/, they can be had fr~m E. P. DUTTON CO., 681 5th Av., N. Y. '^'Clte'.QS,^<ae!tsT'4 >e**^&<-') ?5*5 THE RIGHT G?FT FOR ANY LOVER OF DOGS is one of the fine stories by ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE which many readers think better than LAP the finest dog story published in many years. If not on sale in your bookstore ($2.00 each) they can be had from E. P. Dutton k Co, 681 5?h Ave., N. Y. U-TPHI-: House \\ ill* a Bad Name' jL i . en* eloped in a ? ? ?'. h ich grow - i en.-er a nd more battling with each succeed? ing chapter with its weird nap E-3 penings. A fascinating mystery story of mi entirely novel Uin.t. by EVrlry P ?ore Shr.-li.-:i Ml b(. ?eV. S///Ar//r///////S/!f/S////////////////////>////S/y/> v? # if t^v, Cartier* \ % JiaiHng art c?n&r7ia?UDncU<manhxz??ari offers' ioMs'ffkronsin Jt^ySrk ike. ?foenefltofthe /oiV mites of ?x?hanqe. NEW YORK ^Iftk c?venwe at SZ "*Street <? Obituary DR. HERMAN CARL BRANDT I'TICA. N. Y? Dec. ?n.?Dr. Herman ; Carl Brandt, seventy years eld, for | many years associated with the rac ! ulty of Hamilton College, died this ! morning. He had been pro:"e7-sor of German and modern languages in Ham ilton since 1883. He came to this country from Germany in 1867. Pro fessi r Brandt recently completed the manuscript tor a German dictionary. His death occurred ?mi the third an? niversary of his wife's death. -a ARTHUR BOWKER PARSONS PHILADELPHIA, Pec. 20.?Arthur Bowker Parsons, of Attleboro Falls, ! Mass., an American relief worker, died in Berlin, Germany, last Saturday, ac? cording; to a cable message received here to-day by the American Friends' Service Committee. He had suffered a breakdown. JOHN BRINCKERHOFF JACKSON PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 20. ?John j Brinckerhoff Jackson, veteran American diplomat, ?lied ;n Switzerland to-day, according to a cablegram received here by Mrs. E. 0. Shakespeare, a sister of Mrs. Jackson, Mr. Jackson had served as Minister to Greece and the Balkan States, ?aba, Persia and Rumania, and at one ' ana was a secretary in the Berlin Legation, lie. was sixty-seven years old. AUGUST A. GR?B?R August A. Greller, who was in the dry goods commission business in New York, died yesterday at his home en East, Broadway, Hackensack, X. J. He was forty-nine years old and a former improvement commissioner of Hacken? sack. Mr, Greber had been the presi dent of the 1st Ward Republican Club and a former president, of the Hacken? sack Field Club. He is survived by his wife and three children. MRS. R. LIVINGSTON BEECKMAN PROVIDENCE, Pec. 20.?Mrs. R. Livingston Beeckman, wife of the Gov? ernor of Rhode Island, died unexpect? edly of heart disease at White Sulphur ; Springs, Va., to-day. Mrs. Beeckman was Miss Eleanor Thomas, of Zanes i ville, Ohio. JOHN J. O'NIEL John J. O'Xiel, a retired sergeant of the Xew York Police Department, who died Saturday at his home, 522 Wilson Street, Brooklyn, will be buried to? day. Mr. O'Xiel served in the Police Department for twent --six y ars an?i at the ' me oj his retirement was at? tached to the S5th Precinct, Brooklyn, lie was horn in Ireland ami had been .-, resident of Brooklyn for forty years. He is survived by his wife, Nora; n daughter, Mrs. Paul Sherin, au?l a son. John J. O'Xiel jr. 11" was a member of tii" Roman Catholic (.hureh of St. Martin of Tours. Knickerbocker Ave? nue and Weirfield Street, where a re? quiem mass will be celcbi*ated to-day. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. . > MRS. AUGUSTA H. BLISS Mrs! Augusta H. Bliss, for many years a resident of Xew York City, ?lied Sunday nip-ht at her residence, 49 ''ark Avenue. Mrs. Bliss was the widow of George Bliss, of the banking firm of Morton, Bliss & Co., who was promi nent in the city's financial life. Mrs. Bliss, who was advanced in years, had been confined to her bed for sometime. She is survived by a son, Waiter P. 3 and one daughter, Mrs. William Willis Reese. Funeral services will be private. E5. P. O. E. Funeral Service Held For Harry Ginsberg at Home ' Brooklyn Lodge, 22, B. P. O. E. con? ducted -ervices foi Harrv Ginsburg, of 10a2 Carroll Str ?-<, Brookl] n. 'as!. ' ? eni"\ ' h i ? horn ?. ?'r. '??a ?]??;rg, -' ven years wa ; hin Iern mana rcr ? : ''-1" Republic Stamping and a I "'il pany, of Canton, Ohi o, died Saturday. He was born in Man? hattan fifty-nine years a^o and lived a- Brooklyn for six years. I!'* is sur? vived by his v. !r<a Annie, two daugh? ters and a son, Saul '-'. Ginsburg. He was a member of tl e Tempel Beth Elo him, Garrield Pia?--*. Burial will br made to-day at Mount Carmel. Going On To-day I! \Y American Museum of .Natural History; ad mis! ???'??' Metrop itan Museum of Art, admission 77-- los ? ? ' i a. -a , arlmission fre -a - a-ai free. Van i ??? ? ?i II Pa rl< . admission free l.unrl f the 1 'own Town Club at ? '? Pira .'???.!.'? o*i ock the imen's Law I :iub, !; ite] ? ' ? :??-': tii - of ? ' ? ' ? ???? "?',-:, i - Teachers i ? ? -. Waldorf Aj nrl ,. o lo '? !. a: a on ?f I he Nata na] Garment i: tail ?a Associ .- ion \\ i. lorf Astor! i, 12:30 ... <.I(,HT Lecture by Earl Barnes on "Our Xew A- ? i m T'!.-?ls." (Jreat Hall, ? Union, S o'' o Meeting of the New York Traffic League Aldine Club. - ' Fifth Avenue, - '? ? ? Dr. Will Durant on "Health " View Pala? e. i ' nth Strei I Fil h A '? enue, S o'< lock 1 y Arthur T. Vane on "V, hy la on thi Won: i n 3 7a a?azine ?" !? i ?linn ?- of the League of \-i ' ? . ? >?? ? i -? . ?--: ' ' -J1-. -7 Eas! ; .. , ? , street, ! ; ?' ? Mu ?pal i 'lu'} of -...? , .. v . ? Club I ' - ' ? ? -. . ... .... a >-. a .... Robert Vnnln n?! ij. K. Da? ? i " lant Ma ? a ? ? by Cnn s Kf.hn a. a er at a he luspices of the a .?a ; . .-? - * ni pie Garfield Place a- , S o' . . . ??? ; -.. M., -a- ? and Root? a ... rin; at a ma letting - beh ilf of .' i ? 11 r.arkin. Ir an Avenue b nri Fort; ico ick. of l he ?' -. ? a post, A:-... a n Legion Co ; - rjational Church. Street, near Willis A ? ? I ? ncer! '.lower; M ssii a J 77 Bom rcirth. Engagement, Marriage, i)<-at'i and In Memoriam Notices moi) be telephoned to The Tribune any time up to midnight for in? sertion in the next dav's paper. Telephone BcekmcnlOOO. R1RTH5 si <>< ' M?Dei ?rnhi I M lo M ..?'!?.. w ..... ? Gould ? .-. Oou i SI um h i . ? ? ?d Khode l sla nd p ? pera please SHAW?Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Shaw, of | Purchase, N. V.. announce the bir'h of a daughter Bleanor, December IS, ia;<\ at I7iiu?.*d Hospital, i'urt Chester, N. Y. ENGAGEMENTS BACOT??ri.ARK?Mr?. Edward H. Clark, of Morrlstown. N J . "nnouiin?- the en? gagement of her ?tautWfr, Kaihfrin? C Clark, to Mr. .lohn V. Bacot. ?.?f L'tlca, N. Y. CORB?DRAPER-*Mr. and Mrs. George W. Draper, of '"' West i'ith st., an? nounce th? engagement of 'heir daugh? ter. Beatrice Rifan,i ]?rar?*r. to Mr. ! iijot Cobb, ?en of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ivea Cobb Deaths BAIN?Olive Love, beloved wife of John limn jr and mother of Mr? Percy Ham? ilton K:i.!e an.i Mrs. Spencer H. Lopin. suridenlv. at Lutheran Hospital, on De? cember -0. Services at THE FUNERA1 CHURCH. CamptK'U Building, Broadway at 66th si., ?n Wednesday, December 72. at 8 p. m. Interment private. BKKCKM.W?At White Sulphur Springs. W. Ya . .?n December 20. 1920, K!.-annr Thomas, wife of Governor R. Livingston Beeckman, of Newport, R. L, and daughter of the late General Samuel Thomas Funeral service? at SI Thomas's Church, Fifth av. an?l 63d Ft . New York, on Wednesday, December 22, at 11 o'clock a. m. BRANDT -At Clinton, N. T. December ?o. of pneumonia. H C G. Brandt, professor at Hamilton College for thirty-nine years, Funeral at Clinton Wednesday, December 22, 1920, at 2 p. in BROCK?Julius, private, 806th Infanti on Noven i er 16 : ? ; ? Fun? ? ?. ser* r? ? P ??? Tuesd i* I ?eeembi r I Mi i bers of Truth Lodge, RSI, F and A m and B P, O, !?:. 2!, Brooklyn, Invlt? fntermenl Accacis Cemetery BUSSING -On De Pmber 20, 1920, Sarah M daught? ?? of ' b?~ late George II. - Phynetta Bussing 80 Fu neral ? - at the reaid ??? ? ..f her ? ?- Mrs i:,],, ,.?,?| . aif. ,?. Ubai s Pos! r ad, Si -. : boroug h W?r?ncsd 2:30 rraln i ? ? ? ? : ?epol 1 !n p til. CAIXAHAN?Julia. THE F V N E B A X CHCRCH, Broadwav. 66th st., Tuesday, ? l ?i m CARD?Suddenly, on December 18, at his residence. "66 Westminster Road Flat bush Harrj Robert be!o\e?l son r H?n:y W. and '"???is M. Card. Funeral privai e. CHICHESTER?Suddenly, on December 13, his home, ? oplague, ;. ! , Raymond Chlcheeter, age ?h, beloi ? husbJiid of Anna F.. Chichester Fu? neral services at Ihm late residen ? Tu? "> day. December 21. 1920, at * )? DECKER?On Saturday, December IS. 1.120, B. Frank'?:! 1 >- eker, ag? il Funueral services at St. Augustine's Church, Croton-on-Hudson, >'? Y., n Tuesday, December 21, at : 10 p n . E.N'.MS??~in December 18, Mary (nee Es monde), il-." beloved wife ,f Thon ? Ennis, and beloved daughter of Jan ea Esmonde native of ( '.ane. County Kti? fia r?*. Ireland. Funeral from her late residence, 677 9th .???e,, (?n Tuesday, December 21, at 9 SO a. m., thence to Hols? Cross Church, where < quiem mass will be offered tor the pose cf her soul. In term? ilvai j Cemel erj ?NO? Mrs Thoebe r . on Monday, Decem ???? ? "fl u Spring '?? ??lie- S i i mi ra la PI ? Plain-, N V , 'Vi-inm ?ln>, December 22 al 2 p. m, FEOl'RNOY Saturday Dec? nber I", 1920, at Fittsfield Mass Marie . ? ? f 1 i i . .. i : is 1 . (?INsitl HI.?On Saturday. December 1?. 1920 > : . ? ; Ginsbu belo?. ?i hosba -?1 of Ann-,., devoted father of Goldte, Saphivr, Sadie Stein and Saul N Fu nei I from h i ?.???? roil st., Brooklyn, N. V. Tuesday De? cember 21 1320, al ! o a. " " of Frank in Lodge 447. and B. P. O E . Z'?. aie respectfully In-, Ited. Huffalo and Philadelphia papers please copy. HAGER -Philo Scnville. at hi? bom remhor 7.'?*. 1920, 2B5 West "4th pi ?s a i ih? Fourth Presh Church, 91sl st. an?! West End av., Wednesday, December 22, it '.' ? Interment at convenience of fan HARRINGTON.On December '? T ? i . beloved husband of Mary Har Funeral from his late re Madison ave., on Tuesday, i ?? a? 7' p. m. Me nber of Com ? Co. Muiiia! Benefit Association. Inter? ment Calvary. H1GGINS-?On December ]r<. at h? 770 Amsterdam ave., B? gins fnee Ward), beloved wifi Ham .1 Hippins. native Buttevant i ty Cork, Ireland. Requiem i ,ip?i at. ? 'hurch of t he Holy Na me, 96th si an?l Amsterdam ave., on Wed bi .- 22, at 10 o?. m. Int< : ? eni Cal? vary. .MSKO\* on Sunday, Decei ber n his 84 th v?*ai a. ?. . Tu? sda ; - ; Si Plea3? < II fl JENKINi-Herb .?.?.-... Carrie Cm ' slat? KEI.SE1 On Su " , K ?? idow >f lan ?- ? i: , ?- ? n the ?*71 h 5 "a i of her ? g? Fun it he lai -evidence I Lafayel '? ???? sd ? - '? ? ? no? i al 0 o < lence (R 1.) papers i KIRBY?Su ? - be Maye M ?vife o? Burn? it T a? her residen?.-? <:'" West 118th SI ai New Rochelle MILLER?On Sui ?; Decembei 19, 1920 En na s. . af t e r ??? short i 1 li - daugli.' Margery Millei ??' S 8 71 ; 7- ?, "? i ??J h a ? '?' Sfas? ol a m., w ednes la: i emb it th? <~hurrh of St. Thon is the Apostle, 87tb si.. formerly Benedicl av?r 1 n ' ?? i ? ? - ? ' NIMMONS " ' . - THE I CHURCH, Broadv iy, 66th si : ucaday, 10a 11; rOWEL Sud :?-' ??"?*? s ness. ? - the Bmad Street Hospital. Rober pton Haie Powi .. - ? .- r ?. ? - . Pawel, .?f ? n 1 ?lervlcei ai m?- lat? rr? ?-??-?? , ?',!). ? V '7 . ar will be attache? to the ti ? ? ? ?-, i ,-. tral T? r nal at 3:45 a ? ig a ? 11:41 Interme: por' H I rhi'adelphia and Newport pa rnrs j ?ease copy. SOMMER?At Newark, N. ?I . on - December 13, 1920, Frederick N mer. in his 5"th year. Relative? ar i friends are invited to atteaa the funeral from bis late residence, 17, HiPiide av, N'ewark. N. J.. on Tuesday afternoon. ? ?? '. - ?. 7 o'clock. Int? B'nai Jeshurun Cem-stery, Ell?'ac th, N. J. STEELE Al Plneburst X. '" . at 12:30 Sai for 1 H. Sti ? ' . : Fu?era i at First Presbyte ? hurch, Henr Inesday aft? STEPHENS Su ? ? ? December ' ? s H be husba ' " ? ? ' ? ? ? ? , ' al al <? ? ? ? 7 , Decembei . STER> In Pa ? ? ? I.,?, , Jem ,. :,;, -v of Reul vat? ' ?? :.' av Mount 7 boh ? tery. IHLIWNX?Oi ?. his "fith year Pin on 7" i - ? ' strictly privat? Kl I ft, ?, \ny xo At Whit - Plaitii N V : Matilda A ' - - ea r of her ag? Fun < ' .?? - . av., Whlt< ?'. .': . N V. Tuesday, December .. . . IN MEMORIAM FERNANDEZ?Mrs. D r remembrance ?7 the be*<t a?. I kind? .?. r?. \?. ho fell a .:????:? I 1909, never :.. b< forrjottcn by h? : ^ an?! sorrowing ?laughter Hl.i? In C?*u? of Death, Call "Columbus 8200 K*ANK B CAMPBELL, "THEFimERALCHUXCH (N<*c-?>( 1970 Browdwar Dotrata-w-i C-H-it ?smm. 4. ti, ?L,n?u.\?cn ' Ir.c. ?j!, ?t.iriar.) *?t ?t 66th St % e.IMSt*?AA?. ?v: John W.Lynn ? nu: wooni.vwN cemeter? :"7^d St. By Harlem Train tin! iv.? Lots of small fiii' for sale. Office, 20 E.ib! 22d St.. S?. T.