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JEaster Week
Feature To Be
Ball for Blind
iVamerous Weddings ami
Other Affairs to Make
Season Most Brilliant, in
City for Many Years
Mrs. Cuniin<rM Weds Today
Will Become the Bride of
Chester Odiorne Swain in
Brook!ine. Massachusetts
Easter week, always one of the
busiest of the year, promises to be un?
usually brilliant this year. It is only
a little more than four weeks away,
and many large affairs, in addition to
tee numerous weddings, will take place.
One of the features of the week will
li? the Easter Ball to be given Thurs?
day. March 31, nt the Hotel Plaza, an?
der the auspices of the Society for the
Relief of tl tut? Blind. The
committee in charge includes Mrs.
John B Drexel jr., Mrs, Francis de R.
Wiaaman, Mi?;s Symphorosa Bristed,
Mrs. Morton L. Schwartz, Mrs. Bever
ky Bogert, Mrs James Lenox Banks
and Mrs Lev eur M( rris,
Among : patrol -ses ave Mrs. I.
Towr.si ' - Mrs. Drexel Dahl
pren, Mrs. Anthony Drexel Biddle, Mrs.
Arthur B. rwombly, Mrs. Schuyler
Schieffelin, " Mrs.
0. Havemeyer, the Princess da
3ragar.;a and Mrs. Adrian 1
Mrs. J ey Cumings, daughter
o? Mr. and Mrs, George Andrew Thayer
will bi - . lay in Brooklim
rne Swain. Mrs!
? w?s M nee B. Thayer!
um injjs, was
gradnati trVard in 1919, after
serving i I '-.er other Bon,
Thayer :ir ngs, attending It.
Mark's Scl Mr. Swain is a gradu
and is
general | ?.,? Standard Oil
Company S'ew *. - ?
Halj n, ef
MonteJair, N. J.. annonnce the engage?
ment of their daughter. Miss "Eleanor
| Lquise Halpin, to Stuart Olmstoad
j steams, son of Mr. and Mm. Henrv S.
j Steams, of Hartford, Conn. Mr. Halpin
' i H vice-president of the Chemical Na
; tional Bank.
An added attraction among the many
j features already announced for the en
j tirtainment to bo given to-morrow,
Thursday and Friday evenings at the
Waldorf-Astoria by the Junior League
I is a (?olo dance by Mrs. Lydig Hoyt.
i Additional boxholden* for the perform
? ence are Mrs. Vanderbilt. Mrs. William
! K Vanderbilt 2d, Mrs. Walter G. Ladd,
Mrs. Payne Whitney, Mrs. .1. Cojper
! Lord. Mrs. Edward S. Harknesa, Mr?,
i Eflwrn Jameson and Mrs. Frederic E.
Adolph I.ewisohn will open the ball
j room of his home, 881 Fifth Avc-iu?*,
Wednesday evening, March 'J. for the
j presentation of excerpts from the
?operas "A Lover's Knot" and "Sakahra,"
by Simon Rucharon". Mr. Bucharoff will
' be assisted by Miss Elsa Warde, Miss
; Helen Levinson. Thomas MacGranahan
and Edwin Swain. The patronesses in?
clude Mrs. M. Orme Wilson, Mrs.'
Henry Fsirfield Osborn, Mrs. Char'es
H. Oitson and Miss? Eleanor de Graff
A meeting will be held this afternoon
rrom 4 ta 6 o'clock at the Hotel Gotham,
with Mrs. John A. Hartwell as hostess.
Plans for the completion of New York's
Town Hal! will be discussed. A special
committee to free the Town Hall from
lebt has been appointed.
Mr?. S'uart G. Gibboney will give a
lea at her home, 115 East Fifty-third
Street, this ;.f.ernoon to make arrange?
ments for tre dance to be held March
:?;, et the Hotel Vanderbilt. for the
benefit cf the Blue Ridge Industrial
Mr. and Mrs. Benson Bennett Sloan,
11 East Sixty-fourth Street, ga\e a
reception yesterday afternoon aj their
me for Professor and Mrs. William
?an Sloanc.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. D. Schief
felin will give a dinner to-night at the
home of Mrs. Schieffelin's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Scribner, 9 East
S:xt;.--";rst Street.
Mr", de Forest. Grant h.a? left the
? - tor Santa Barbara, Calif., wner^
he will vis:* friends, returning to New.
Yor.v in April.
Mr?. Lydig Hoy- gave a small lunch?
eon yesterday at Delmor.ico'.-,
1'.d Mrs. Gecr-re F. Baker j
Tbar?) TPrcQ?ca? eJtaieJ
and cJeWeU
will return to the city thrt* week from
Thomasville, Ga.
Mrs. Frederick F. Thompson has gone
to Washington, where she is a guest
of Mrs. Henry F. 1) i mock.
Professor ami Mrs. H. Fairfleld Os
born wili leave the city this week for
Palm Beach to pass three weeks there
I Mrs. Charles Francis has arrive! in
?town from Troy, N. Y.s and is at the
| Hotel St. Regis.
Mrs. Lucy Work Hewitt'will sail for
I Europe March TO to remain abroad
; until the middle of the summer.
Maxinp Elliott Elected
To the Everttlades Club
i _*_
Georgette Cohan and Husband
Join Bridegroom* Paren:*
at Belleair for Honeymoon
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
PALM BEACH, Fla., Feh. 28.-The
meeting of the Board of Governors of
the Everglades Club was held here to?
day at The Reef cottag?e, the home of
! Walter J. Mitchell, where Mr. Mitchell
| afterward entertained them nt uncheon.
: Tho folowing new members were
; elected: Winchell Smith, Farming! ?,
Conn.; Emil J. Stelhi, Irving Brolyi?.
; ?resete Ferrara, Kerwin K. Coulton,
I Hamilton K. Kerr, New York. Worn?' -
[associate members: Mrs. George 1.
I Pratt, Miss Maxine Elliott. Mr?. Hurt
ington Dent?n and Mrs, W. L, Salo
I mon. Temporary subscribers: Reginald
V. Hiscoe, New York; William Wesl
Ardmore; Lewis H. Parson
delphia, and James R, Drew,
Mr. and Mr- E. ; Hutton, 01
York, an'ived at f . ??? ?
to-day to occ t. Loi
Queonborough, he H n and Mrs
Charlea Win.- and the . '
Norton, of London, arrive-? at th?
where they are guests of Lord Que ?
borough's cousin, Churles W. !
of Palm Beach. Lindsay Ruff? .
W. J. Bibb, of New York, William H
Taylor and Jame." P, Robins, ? :' Phila?
delphia are arrivals, an
there for luncheon were '
Winchester Fitch and party frei
winter ! o?r?' at Porf Sew< []
Play for tl e G at t
Everglades Golf i lub began I -day.
Mr. and Mrs. Josei h E. V
a luncheon for M
Gruijam VVh Bea
' day. Mrs. White's daughter, Miss
Georgette ("ober., who eloped last week
with William J S iuf er een re?
ceived wir h open arm.- by t
-arents, Mr. and Mrs. George K.
Souther, who are at the Belle
' lelleair, where f h< y >u ng
'-.med th?em for the honeymoon. They
?eturn here on Friday, Mr. and Mrs
Graham White go to Washington Fri?
day where Mrs. White wi] appear ?
vaudeville over Inauguration Week,
Mi~s Pobtein i.*? Engaged
A childhood romance has resu ted in
i igagement ? t Miss M ??<??'
itein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ji ?? ?
in', of 15 las' S? venf 3
treet, to Bertram Alienberg, son
: d Mrs. M. Crook, of 104 West Ninety
?nth Street. Mis .. is a grad
ite of New York University. No date
? is been set for the wedding.
*" air-m'Fl
<2ha&?>d!az?> ? <2* ar?5-A0ai?l?c Servi
<4t* the present favorable Rate of Exchange
You buy at enormous advantage
made* to measure "by
expert IcnxdoT^lhllorl
nd dispatched in a fern days from receipt of order
At Exchange
Rate of 3.SO
Add Customs
Doty Collected
on Dplivery
Total Co?t
to Yob
K^ambria^ illustrated
Made in three grade? of suitings and
coating, inclusive of packing and carriage.
~M j (b) i ~)
j-7-17-0[ ?8-7-61 ?9-19-0
$27.48 $29.32 $34.83
9.40 10.05 11.99
$36.88! $39.37 $46.82
Should the Rate of Exchange differ at the
date you buy your draft the cost in dol?
lars would be more or less accordingly.
GeofJemaa't Cambridge Sah
Satisned American Customers write as follows:?
"I have Saved $30 "My overcoat cost $55,
on the suit sent." as against $75 over here."
m_ j^l
Head Depot, Export and Letter Order Dept.?
271 to 274 HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, W. C 1.
256 Ed?w.re Road, W. 2. 41 and 43 Lad?ate Hill, E. ?. 4
27 to 33 King Street, Hammersmith, W. 6 137 to 140 Tottenham Court Road, W. 1
5 to 9 Seven Siater? Rpad, N. 7. Croydon Branch: Whitgift Home
40 Years' Reputation for Quality with Lconomy
Red Cross Volunteer Nurse
Miss Sarah Scliiiyler Butler
S _.js on? E the two hundred volunteers organized by the New York
County Chapter of the Red Cross to meet the nursing shortage in the
city] ttion, with headquarters at 119 West Fortieth
Street, is endeavoring to recruit five hundred more ""?id job" workers.
Miss Butler is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Murray Butler.
Leonard Thomas
And .Mrs. Saoketl
*To Be Married
! Ceremony in Palm Bear h
Tn-morniw Said To Be
Planned : Multimillionaire
Building $500,000 Home
; , - .- . -diplomat
" ? ;
' i ceri ; ned
? i
; .... Palm
Mr. T
ilded eautiful
t 5 last
Mrs. Tho . ? of John
?j ictor
-. ? - - ars
11rs. ?
a . ;
1rs. Sac
wnsend Sack ve years old.
?" ' '? ' t the Sai -. tt home, at
>.'? .'? London, Conn. Mr?. Sackett's
r-udrey, in 1911 married
Salomon & Co.
I at 88 ;
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: ' t ! -
? red. 1 El M ra ol
i of E. I
b .i" . at f
: ? -
? t. ver the
that he bad
report did
- ie
Mi.*?^ Isabel Dodge is
Bride of George Sloan
ecial Diapatch to The Tribune
DET1 ' . In the
oof ', M r s. W i 1
ly, at 4 o'clo?
late ^J i : . ?n,
ew York. . I was per
'. .
Luc e, of Waterbury,
was maid f hor, :r: Mrs. \S ?1
Gray, matr nor, and the j
two other attendant! ire Mrs. Edsel
B. Ford and Mrs. E iwin B? Str ih, Mr. :
jr., of Philadelphia,
* man
Edward ; . Pag?,
of Philadelphia; John H. Hoffst t, of
. ?' rge G. Bourne, Fred?
erick Seggerman, Edward J. Gray, of
". Coz
epfaf- r and
mother of the ? ..; Mr. an?i
..Mrs. Henry Flet i\*ew ?ork,
v and ter of the bride?
groom, and Mr - ?lames ?.
. Harvey, if St. Louis.
? ?y following th?1 wedding
i brid to New York,
will rema?n.for the rest of
:h? v. ;nti r, Thej ' nove into a !
i ? -
R?p?l Cross Doubles China Gift
. rman of the ;
- " na Fam- i
'? 'ne Fund, was informed yesterday that'
(he American Red Cross had doubled
00,00 ''or famine j
w.orl na, reports
having been received that $1,000,000 was j
the ninimum upon which the work;
could be carried forward.
"One of the best novels of we
twentieth century."?.V. V . Tima.
By Edith U hart?n
"A l ne novel, keat?i?1ull\i written? ;
big in (/:. beat icnse."?N. Y.
'- Evening Post. $2.00 net ?
i This Is An Apple-ton Book
By Sinclair Lewis
Over 100,000 sold?$2.00
H.rcourt Brace & Co., ! W. 47th St
Mrs. Speyer's Will Filed;
$' .6,000 Goes to Charity
Huband Mude Executor of
8300,000 Eslate; $50,000
for Animals' League
WHITE PLAINS, N". Y., Feb. 28.?
The will of Mra '?? > Speyer, wife of
' ? ?'?' ill .';*r "t ?nan
cier, was fil n bate here I >-d iy
*.* th Surrogate George Slater, Mrs.
- New V irk horae,
Av ?nue, on r- bruary 23.
i* is made exec ito r and s >le
n ? tati
0,001 ' which
rienda and re I i
' ? md certain sums
[eft tc ' ?? ? and
: ...?.? left $66,000 to
chariti ; in New York. The
'oil titutions arc mentioned
New York Women's League for Ani?
mals, $50,G00; St. Mary's Free Hospital
?' r (';? : Iren, $'?5 I 00; \v. rking Girls'
? ted Hos
i w "? rk, 52,500; Irene
b f r Working Girls, $2,500; Pen
sio* Fund of Spey r & Co., $1,000;
' nd of America, $1,000; New
lemen'a ension ? un :, ? L,000,
. : N i". York Fin men's Pi
Fund, $1,000.
Going On Todav
:an Mnseura of Natura! I!:;?'
? -
a itan Museum of Art; admlsalor
isl m .' "??
i dm n free
Purl Mu
Sat) m&l As
? ? ?.. ; .? cul p
Lllerles k Avenu?
'?';.:.'. ? .....,, |
"Th- Cundan* Prnbli
In 1 ... ? 123 We a
Fortj t:. rd Street, : : o'i lock.
Meeting ol the Nationa Society of Ne*
England Women. Hotel Pennsylvania
Meeting with the object ef treeing th?
["own Hall debt, at the horn? of Mrs
':.!"?? : Uei ind ir, i West Fl?( y
eighth Street, t o'clock.
Mooting ' th? Vmerlcan Academy of Art.
and Lettera an! the National Institut
' ' tters, in memory of Wll
walla, Stuart Gal 1ft -y o
the ? ? :iock.
h R. Abbot on "Prln :lple
r i. Composition," Metr?
Museum if Ari ! i'c ?
;.? ture by re Stuart on "Th
Foun Modern Drama," Brook
Arta and Science i
A -?' my ' f Mu? I lock,
Meeting of the Grand Street Roy-, H ???
Pftiinsylv mia, 8 o'i lock.
i M Be k on "The ""on
?til Ion Of the United Statea," Tow
Hall, 123 ? .' lj third Street, 8:3
Lecture by Dr V? ?mi.J. Robinson o
'Y, im?n." Forward Hall, !7a Ka?
Broadway, 8 i o clock.
.-?: !-:. ? ?'Dell on "la th
I ? ? ??. ne o? Kqua Played Out.?
per Union ?
?s by William If. Anderson on "Kr
n," Pilgrim Ha
Fortjm, B oadwa* ana Flfty-slxt
S( re? '. ; :
Sty-la sh iw and c u ?? of the Custom Cul
ters' Asac' ition, ' rim< dore,
Dinner of the International Sport'li
Hotel ? 'ommod n ?-. . o'cloi k.
Lecture bv George II. Pepper on "The Ol
I the New in Pueblo Land." Ne
V irh Historical Society, 170 Gen ral Pur
West, ?? ! ? o cio( ^.
Dinner <?>'. ?ho Ro'tary i"'uh Hotel McAlpli
6:16 o clock. Address by Robert W. Wei
on ' M ;?--?!" aa i M a n Bu 1er
: p in honor of Senator George I
? ? berlaln. Hotel Aator 1:30 o'c ock
Lecture i..v Dr. George Earle Ralguel .
. .?? ES Lml Japan and < 'orea
i Institu ? ? "? ? md Scion :e
Meeting of tb ? !:? ? Lgue of IVi-i'
rl Club, 104 u
Street, Brooklyn, 8 15 o'clock.
: of the Times by Professor Wl
Ham B. Gutbrie, i'h. P., at Wadleig
High School, 115th Street, near Seven)
a ven
"Dental Hygiene," bv Majt**'?!l P. CJ-.oda
?i? Pu - bool : ?-. ? S2d Street ar
Wada vorth Avenue.
"China and Her Relation? With Amerlci
and ' Ulna ? New Life." by Dr Teh
Hsleh and Or Ralph A. Ward, at I'ubi
iol 66, Eighty-eighth Street, east ?
h'wst Avenue.
A reading by Miss Ei-anor Cox.
of N.itu^al Ulster
enty-seventh Street und Central Pai
"Po'imi, Rough and B?"own." by Dr Han
W. Farr??ir on, at Metropolitan Temp!
S"venth Avenue an?t Fourteenth, S tret
"The Struggle for Freedom on the Land
by Father Daniel C. Ounmoii. at I'ub!
School 53, 16Sth Street, FindUy at
Teller av?nu?-?, the Bronx. Tho rtrst i
a course of flve lectures on "Freedom
Bvolut Ion."
"How Astronomy Arose," by ?Tarrett .
Servias, at Public School B8. 2?*7th Sure
an-i Hull Avenue? the Bronx.
"Patriotic American Songa, ' by Lewis *?
Armstrong, at St. Anse'.m'a Hai(. 1551
Street, near Tinton Avenue, the Bronx.
"The Book of the Hour." by Professor
G. Cart.-r Troop, Ph. D . at Brooklj
Public Library, Pacific branch. Pi.-;?
Street an?l Fourth Avenue.
Piano recital by Miss Lolita Cabrei
ilainaborg. at GlrU High School, Noi
trand Avenue and Ha-'?ey Street. Song
Tribnne Fresh Air
Fund Ends Biggest
Of Its 44 Years
Contributions Reach Totai
of $74,652.88; Vacations
for 367,000 Youngsters
Provided Since Creation
The fiscal year of The Tribune Fresh
Air Fund for 1920-'21 ended on Feb?
ruary '21. Below is given the list of !
contributions to the fund received up
to that date and not hitherto ac?
In point of contributions received
the year 1920-'21 was the most success?
ful of the forty-four during which the
fund has been caryinj.- on its work of
providing country vacations for the
; children of the po?,r. In 1S77, the year
: in which the work was inaugurated,
; contributions totaled $187.62. For the
j year just ended they totaled $74,652.33.
In 1919-'20, the best preceding year in
! the fund's history, the total of contri
i butions was $62,893. There was, there
? fore, last year an increase of $11,759.88
| over the best previous record. This
represents a gain of 13.7 per cent for
; the year.
During the nearly'half century of its
existence the fund has received in vol
; untary contributions from the public
1 $1,307,533.11. Every dollar of this great
sum ha3 been expended to meet the di
: rect expenses of the vacation, of chil
? dren in the country. None of it has
been expended for the administrative
' or other overhead expenses of the
; work. The expenditure has resulted in
fortnight vacations for approximately
367,000 boys and girls of the tenements.
The fund 15 already making plans for
the continuation of the work during the
summer of 1921. The list follows:
I Previously acknowledged .S71.53S.04
Mr. and Mrs. Will! '.-.v.r, in on
W. E Jackson. 5.00
? 'ash . ? 00
'. Kay De La Mater. 2 00
: 1rs. Schad. 2.00
litre Fr< sh .'-. - Fun<J ? a?! li?
tio n a 1 ) . <? ?i ,-1
r. ?.oo
A belaicl cor rlbutor. 15 10
V. !.. Douglass, ;?'. D.
Mr. and Mrs. a. Beller.
Mary H. Loinea. : ? 0
W, Coiihj. 1.00
Mrs. J. L. Vai iervi ei .
advertising ! - I'ribune . 19.00
, Miss Dorothy I . Shi - her ; .
Chester (Vt.) Fresh . - Commit?
tee .
Mrs Victor Cumnock ..-. 10.00
>. rthur A Carey.'.
Mrs r. w. Moone. 2.00
-: ? Den lody. 2,00
', !.. B. Watson. 56,00
- '? rge ? ioori.ir .
?I rs .-;:i ?? . ahorne -- . . . .
Girl Scouts of Lenox II . -??-. -
m*nt . 100.00
Little Mothers Aid - - ocla
ou?s H. Watson. 7 00
> Ihlldren'a Frier.?! .
Jeannel te a ? iveetser
.-:-..? ici . 10.00
?:. IT. Rhoadaa.,
! R. \V, Barle. . 5.00
Trinity Church Sunday School,
Norwich, 1 '???-".. .. . * ; 4
r. rton (N. Y 1 friends ... 28 00
Tho Pelton Water Wheel Co..... 5 00
r. A. T? rrell . . . ".00
i Jean S. Roosevelt (additional)... 1
Easton (I'a.J i resh .Mr 1 1
Helen E. Clark.
? ash
For board of designated children.
Total for season -t 1920.j.'-i.-- . M
Daniel Baugh, Prominent
In Chemical Field, Dies
Was Leader in Philanthropic.
Scientific and Commercial
Circles of Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA. Feb, 28.-Announce?
ment was made here to-day of th ?
death of Daniel Baugh, widely known
.n tho chemical fertilizer industry, at
Palm Beach, Fla., yesterday. He was a
leader in philanthropic, scientific and
. commercial circles in this city for many
.Mr. Baugh, who was eighty-five years
: o!?i, was born in Chester County, Pa.
He received his education in Fremont
Seminary, at Norristown. The need of
his assistance in the fertilizer indus?
try, which his father was starting,
made it necessary for him to cur short
his academic studies, and in 1855 the
;irm of Baugh & Sons was formed.
Mr. Baugh was a director of th?.
Girard National Bank, the Delaware In?
surance Company, the Philad
Bourse, th ?? Ph la - Muse im :
the Bo!' ?. ne Railroad Compan; lie
- as a member of the board of
managers oi the Howard Hospital and
was a trustee of the Rush Hospital and
fferson Medical College and Hos?
pital. He was a member of the Pe
rent Relief Committee, and for twelve
>ears was president of tile Sanitary As?
sociation. He was one of the founders
of The Philadelphia Medical Journal. "
Mr. Baugh was one of the organizers
cf the Art Club, which he served as j
treasurer and pressent for ten years,
and of the Art Federation, 0:' which he
was the first president. He had be^n
{.resident of the School of Design for
Women for more than twenty-five!
years, and formerly was president or'
the department of archaeology and
palaeontology of the University of
His clubs were the Union League, Art.
Markham, Penn, Racquet. Merion j
Cricket, Corinthian Yacht and Phila?
delphia Country,
Henry Darius I.yman, chairman of
the board of trustees of the American
Surety Company, died Sunday night in
the Broad Street Hospital, following
an operation. He was born in Park
man. Ohio, April 12, 1852, and as a
young man spent severai years
postoffice service, becoming Second As
sistant Postmaster General at the aire
of thirty-two in tho Administration of :
President Arthur.
In 1885 Mr. Lyman became rice-pres?
ident of the American Surety Company,
and fourteen years later became the
fourth president of that company, suc?
ceeding the late Walter S. Johnson. In
January, 1912, Mr. I.yman became chair?
man of the board of trustees of the
company. He was aiso president of the
Lyman Building Company. He was a
well-known amateur checker pl?; er
He married Mrs. Louis C.
Davis, of Rochester, in 1907. She sur?
vives him. The Lyman home is at 51?
West Forty-fifth Street.
Cyrus D. Pre!!, a well-known figure
in the theatrical world, died at his
home, 119 West Seventy-first Street,
yesterday, after a brief illness. He is
survived by hi- wife, Mrs. Mabel Pre!:,
and one. sister, Mrs. William Abel!, o?
Mr. Prell was born in Jacksonville,
111. He came to this city when young
and at the age of fourteen entered the
e-mpioy of E. G. Gilmore. He began
as an office boy and was gradually
promoted until he became Gilmore's
right hand man. When he finally left
the employ of Mr. Gilmore he went to
the old Fourteenth Street Theater as
In 1905 Mr. Prell became connected
with the firm of Wagenhals <fc ?tem?
per, becoming treasurer of the Astor
Theater when that firm built, it. He
was manager of their "Spanish Love"'
company at Maxine Elliott's Theater.
Mr. Prell was one of the original
founders of the Treasurers' Club. He
handled the ticket sale on the night
Patti made her American debut at the
Academy of Music.
Arrangements for the funeral will
be announced later. Burial will be at
TJEUT. commander stavey
Lieutenant CommaridT Nicholas H.
Stavey, U. S. N., retired, who was the:
oldest officer of the navy called Into
active service durir.jr the World War,
died yesterday at the r-Iaval Hospital
in Brooklyn. H<* hart been ill ab-nut six
He was born in 1844 in New York
City, enterod I lavy as paymaster's
clerk when only seventeen years old
and 3erved in the Civil War. lie tvas
wounded and captured while serving
with a blockade squadron on the Jam"
River, and later saw service in West
Indian and South American waters and
in China.
He wa:' retired in 1877 and entered
business in New York City. When v.-ar
was declared on Germany Lieutenant ;
Stavey. then seventy-three year.s ol i.
was called inl service and s.-rit to
supervise the construction of the camp ;
?at Pelham, with the rank of lieut?snant
I commander. He is survived by his
wife, two daughter!? and one son in !
! New Rochelle, ?'. Y.
i '
Mr?. Anna Musin, sixty-four year?
: old, of 51 West Seventy-sixth Street,
wife of Professor Ovide Musin, of the !
i Belgian Conservatory of Mnsic, di?3
i at her home yesterday of pre.
Mrs. Musin was a well krmwr. linger
:and made two tours of the world with
| her husband, singing under the name
I of Anna Louise Tanner. Both Mr. and;
Mrs. Musin retired from the stage in :
1905. Mrs. Musin will be buried on ;
: Thursday at Malone. Her father was
! Judge A. T. Hidjres, of Detroit.
TARIFFVILLE, Conn., Feb. 23 ? j
Charles B. Holcomb, who founded the
first Yale Glee Club in 1860, died here
to-day. He was seventy-eight years1
; old and had been a coal dealer here i
for fifty years. Following his gradua
I tion from Williston Academy and Yale
? he had been an organist and composer :
; of note.
?Full Military Honors Given
Two Dead Naval Aviator?
Following funeral services at the'
Rockaway Point Naval Air Station the
bodies of Lieutenant Harold Stevens
and Chief Machinist's Mate Eugene
Lindsay, the two naval aviators who
were killed on Saturday when the
plane in which they were flying crashed
to earth, were escorted with full mili?
tary honors to Rockaway Beach and
entrained yesterday afternoon.
The body of Lieutenant Stevens was 1
sent to the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Stevens, 17 Urban:
Street, Mount Vernon, ;*nd that of
Lindsay was forwarded to the Brooklyn
Naval Hospital to await word fr m
relatives as to its disposition.
The services a: the air station were
? ? . *ed by the Rev. John J. Brady,
Brooklyn Navy Yard. The |
funeral cort?ge, which marched the
three miles to the railroad station, tn
d i? detail of Rockaway Beach
poli :e, 'he Brooklyn Navy Yard
: ' toon of coast artillery troops :v->:ti
niden and detachments of blue?
jackets arid marines from the air sta?
W. H. DavVs Will Is Filed
Bulk of $ 1,000.000 Estate I
Left to His Widow
The will of William H. Day, late of
Mavnaroneck, wa re for pro?
bate to-day, dispos ng of an estate
All of the per
sonal property and $500.000 in cash is
left to the widow of the testator. She
: and Bartow S. Weeks, of 570 Park
Aven:.1, New York, ar? named ex?
Lawrence H. Austin, of 515 Fowler
Avenue, Pelham Manor, son of Mr.
Day's wife by a former marriage, is
$25,000; Grace Henderson, his
er, <??'' Belmont, Mass..
the income of a trust fund of $35,000.
All of the residue of the estate
queathed to William H. Day jr.. of
lie, Iowa, with th.* provision that
death Mrs. William H.
Day j- .' -? ceive $1 10,1
Birth, Engagement, Marriage,
Death and In Memoriam Notice?
may be telephoned to The Tribune
any time trp to midnight for in?
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John Alsdorf, Febn ? -?? 87 1921, New
York City, In her 81st year. Funeral prl
I nterment at ??? '? ' . N". Y. ,
Sewburgh papers ' ease copy.
BAKER?At treat Neck, " . !.. Funda-?.
inry 27. 1921 James Mellick, mn
ar : E za :?? h M ?llick 1
? ? 2 "st year of his ?s? Fun? "al
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March 1, al
-i Conveyances In waiting at
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BERGER 'ebruary 27
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and Au . srger, a-'- d 2 4
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also members of ]
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CHURCH?George Aub. stus,
i II v, on February 27, In bla 81 ?
he- late 9.
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COM IE -At Rahwa r. j
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i?ed 74 years
be h -:<i at her late residence
av., on Tuesday, March ';. at -
p m. Western and Southern papers,'
< ! DIIIT F bruary 27, 1921, at h<r resi
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DIXON?-At East
1923 E Sly ?lartin I ?
George T.
J. M mera
DOBFJLE?GER? Sunday, February ?7, 1921.
at New Y. - . le J . daughter of
? ha ??i and Ellrabeti
Cllnger. o? White Milla, !'*_ Funeral
. ate,
DRKYER?On Sunday, February 27, 1921.
Mrs, Anna A Dreyer, 88 ; ara <?'. i. a.:
hi- r home, s ih i lackaon av,
Woodsid? '.. [. Mr-?. Drayar ?vas the
wldo - of the .a;- Garrett ;?---. r li :
- of Mrs. Anna Binge ktng, ii;*
ESggers, .j! Wo? del :-, .. ? :
i-' ? Di ver. of Manhattan. Funeral I
i be li?irt Wednesday after
a ..- St. Mi sha
Automobile cortege. P!?a..?.e omit S
DlMO~T-Al GlenvUle, N K. February
28, Martha J. Hay, wife of the Rev. Wil?
lis A. Dumont. Funeral at 2 p. fa.,
March J, at the Reformed Church, U?--i
mlnrtt-r. N. J. Poughkeepaie and Oatsaill
papera please copy.
la Tim* of Nee4, ?twTl Seta
107th St & Amsterdam At.
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1970 Brotadway ut 66th St,
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