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Bride of ?. E. R Veteran in Fall piibHshers Daughter Be? trothed to H. S. Steams Jr. i Mrs. Elizabeth L. Hen? ry arid Lanier McKee Wed Pick Frazier Attendants Carroll L. Wainwrights to Spend August at South? ampton; Arrivals in City Mr. ar.d Mrs. William C. Reick, of ?75 park Avenue and Rumson, N. J., jpjnounce the engagement of the?p sec? ond daughter. Miss Margaret Reick, to Henrv Schermerho-m Stearns jr., of ?is "city. Miss Reick was graduated from th* Spenea School and was intro? duced to society several seasons a?o. She is ? member of the Junior Leaguo, jnd since her d?but has takesn an ac thre pa1* in tne social and charitable activities of the younger set in society. Mrs. Chandler Bates and Miss Carrie k Reick are her sisters. Her father, ?bo was managing editor of The Sun, recently has become president of The ?eiimal o; Commerce. Mr. Steams is tie son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Stearns, of S2 East Sixty-fourth Street. He was graduated from Yale in 1913, and is a member of the Hudson River and Vale clubs. He was a member of Squadron A, and served with this or? ganisation on the Mexiean border. Dur? ing the war he served in France as a $rst lieutenant in the 77th. Division. Ko date has been set for the wedding, but it probably will take place in the autumn. Mrs. Henry Wedded in St. Peter's, Morristoten la th? chapel of St. Peter's Church, Morristown, N\ J., yesterday at noon Mrs. Eiizabeth Lee Henry, of 11 East Eighty-sixth Street and Morristown, vas married to Lanier McKee, of this city. The Rev. Henry M. Kirby per? formed the ceremony in the presence of a few relatives and intimate friends. The bride had no attendants. William Sloane, of New York, served as Mr. licKee's best man. Following the cere? mony there was a small wedding break? fast at the Morris County Golf Club. The bride's first husband, George Carr I Henry, died in July, 1917, as a result of an injury he suffered while playing polo at the Whippany River Club. He was the son of the Rev. F. A. Henry, of Morristown. Mr. McKee is a son of David P.. McKee, of Washington, and s nephew of Charles Lanier, of this eity and Lenox, Mass. He and his bride will sail at the end of the week on board the Olympic for a short trip ?broad, and on their return will make their home at 32 East Sixty-fourth Street. Miss Susan Frazier will be maid of honor at the marriage of her sister. Miss Veronica Frazier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frazier, of 140 East Fortieth Street, to Cecil Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Mur? ray, which will take place on July 30 in St. Philip's Church, Garrison, N. Y. The Rev. Dr. E. C. Chorley will per? form the ceremony, which will be fol? lowed by a reception at Wind way Farm, the country place of the bride's parents at Garrison. The other at? tendants will be Mrs. Lynda Seiden, Miss Harriette Frazier, another sister of the bride; Miss Margaret Hender? son, Miss Mary Hardy and Miss Isabel Coleman. Virginia Bacon and Mary Benjamin will be flower girls. Henry A. Murray jr. will be his brother's best man, and the ushers will include C. F. Fuller, H. H. Gile, H. Forster, R. W. Emmons 3d, J. T. Lawrence, S. Washburn, A. Thorndike jr.. W. B. Felton, W. P. Thompson, D. W. Rich? ards, E. S. Brewer, John C. White, Robert L. Bacon and D. Percy Morgan Jr. Both Miss Frazier and Mr. Murray are taking a medical course at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, land will continue their studies after their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll L. Wainwright, who are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jay Gould, at their country place in Lakewood, N. J., will spend August at Southampton, L. I. & Clarence Joneses Go To Newport Next Week Mr. and Mrs. E. Clarence Jones, who f.re at their summer home in Saratoga [Springs, N.- Y., will go next week to Newport, R. I., where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Wilson. Mrs. Alfred C. Norris, of No. 570 Park Avenue, who is in Paris for the summer, has as her guests in her apartment there her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Aledra, tef Bucharest, Rumania. Mrs. Norris ?will return to New York about the taiddle of September. Major and Mrs. Edward B. Lyon Came from West Point, N. Y., yester ?ey and are at the Hotel Astor for a few days. Mrs. George van W. Pope, Pf West Point, and Lieutenant Colonel ?Robert C. Foy, U. S. A., of Camp Bragg, Cortil Carolina, are also there. Countess Laszlo Szecnenyi arrived from Newport yesterday and is at the Hotel Chatham for a few days before returning to her summer home in Tux? edo Park, N. Y. Mrs. Warren A. Ransom, of 140 west Fifty-eighth Street, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Harriott D. 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Hutching, secretary of the Sen? ate Finance Committee, and Mrs. Hutchins arrived from Albany yester? day and are at the Hotel Commodore. Mr. and Mrs. George Small Franklin, who were the guests of her mother at North Bennington, Vt., have returned to Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y., where they have a summer home. Weston Garden Party Feature at Pittsfield Mrs. Brenton Crane Pomeroy Is Honor Guest; Miss Hay' den Visits in Stockbridge Special Dispatch to The Tribune LENOX Mass., July 12.?A garden party given this afternoon by Mrs. Philip Weston, in honor of her sister in-law, Mrs. Brenton Crane Pomeroy, at her Crofit Street home in Pitts field, was a loading society event at the Berkshires. Mrs. Pomeroy former- i ly was Miss Katherine Adams Semple, | of St. Louis. Her marriage to Mr. j Pomeroy, who is a nephew of the late : Senator W. Murray Crane, of Dalton, took place at Woodstock, Vt., June 18. Mrs. Thomas Flournoy, Mrs. Henry D. Brigham. and Miss Margaret Hall assisted in receiving the two hundred guests. At the tea tables were Misa Rosemary Crane, Mrs. Samuel Gilbert Colt, Mrs. Henry A. Francis, Mrs. Charles James Kittredge, Mrs. Charles H. Wilson and Miss Wilmet Eaton. Mrs. John E. Alexander is sailing from Bordeaux on Saturday for New York and will open Spring Lawn, her Lenox place, next week. Among arrivals to-day were Mr. arid Mrs. Ross Winans Whistler, who have been in Paris and London since De? cember; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hersey Andrew of New York, who opened the Tuiler House in Great Barrington, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wood Dunn, of New York, who are at Shadyside in Stockbridge. Miss Mary P. Hayden, of New York, is the guest of Miss Caroline T. Law? rence in Stockbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Codman Pari?h, j of New York, are spending two weeks | with Miss Helen Parish at Cozynook jin Lenox. Mrs. Francis Pcabody Butler, of j Chicago, who has been visiting Mr. and 1 Mrs. Donald F. McPherson at Court j hill, Pitts-field, left to-day for Hyan nisport, Mass. Mrs. Robert Hunter and three chil? dren, of Berkeley, Calif., arrived to-day to spend the'1 summer v.'ith Rev. and Mrs. Anson Phclps Stokes at Brook ; Farm in Lenox. Mrs. Nina Larray Duryea is spending two weeks with friends in Syossit, L. I. i Judge Keogh Opens His Profile Cottage Special Dispatch to The Tribune \ PROFILE HOUSE, N. H., July 12.? ' Judge Martin J. Keogh and family, of I New Rochelle, opened their cottage to ? day for the summer. H. L. Shattuck and Donald Mackay ! Frost are here from Boston. They are ; planning a hiking trip through the : White Mountains. Misses Elsa and Marjorie Montgom ; ery, who, with their parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. Phelps Montgomery, of New Haven, are in one of the Profile cottages, have ? as guests this week John Howard Han . vay, of Pelham Manor; A. W. McGrath, ! of Amsterdam, N. Y.; W. Clarke Brock ! man, of Shanghai, China, and Edwin B. i Cragin, of New York. Arrivals at the Profile House include i Mrs. G. W. Ingalls, Concord, N. H.; '? Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Dodge, Cam ! bridge, Mass.;. Mr. and Mrs Louis ? Baker, New York, and Mr. and Mrs ' R. E. Bishop,of Glonridge, N. J. Daniel Fitzgerald, Edmund Childs, John C. Morse and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Pardee are among Bostonians at Forest Hills. National Publicity Campaign for Philadelphia World Fair PHILADELPHIA, July 12.?A nation ; wide campaign of publicity for the pro i posed world's fair here in 1926 was de i cided upon to-day at a meeting of the executive committee of the Sesqui-Cen tennial Exhibition Committee in the Mavor's office. The campaign is to start immediately and Mayor Moore named Colonel John Gribbel as chairman. Other members . of the publicity committee are Ed? ward Bok, Colonel James Elverson jr., former Governor Edwin S. Stuart and E. A. Van Valkensburg. Colonel Gribbel announced he would ! increase the eommittee membership and prepare an aggresalve campaign. Lady Dean Paul To Be Heard at Southampton Mme. C?cile Saratoris White Will Recite Poems at ' Entertainment at Villa i of Dr. P. B. Wyckoff! Special Dispatch to The Tribune SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y., July 12.? Lady Dean Paul will give a musicale at the villa of Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. Wyckoff the afternoon of July 21. Lady Paul is known throughout the musical world a3 Poldowska. Mme. C?cile Saratoris White will recite poems. Among those interested are Mrs. Reginald Fincke, Mrs. George I C. Clark, Mrs. Charles H. Sabin, Mrs. I George Barton French, Mrs. Robert M. Thompson and Mrs. Lucien H. Tyng. Lady Dean Paul and Mme. Saratoris White will be with Mrs. Fincke. Montague Flagg has been joined by Mrs., Flagg, his wife, who recently ar? rived from Europe. They are at the Bryan cottage. Major and Mrs. Theron R. Strong will give a dinner at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club on Friday night. Mrs. J. Russell Soley will have as one of her guests over the week end Stnyvesant Fish. Mrs. Soley is giving a luncheon at her cottage in the Shinne? cock Hills on Sunday. Another dinner of Saturday night will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. Mulford at the Grape Vines, for General Charles ' I. De Bevoise. Charles A. Dana is arriving here on Thursday from Bernard3vi!le, N. J. The concerts arranged by the ladies of the colony for July 29 and August 5, in the Memorial Hall, are being planned by Miss Zel?a De Milhau. Miss De Milhau was in France during the war and received five citations and a medal from the French government. Miss De Milhau drove an ambulance presented by the citizens of South? ampton. Mrs. Thomas H. Barber will be head of the patronesses on these occasions. Miss Ailsa Mellon, daughter of Sec? retary of the Treasury Andrew W. Mellon, who was at the Meadow Club, has left for her home in Washington. Mrs. W. S. Cowles, who was the guest of Mrs. Rufu3 F. Patterson, has gone to Old Gate, Farmington, Conn. Mrs. Joseph P. Knapp is giving a luncheon for Mrs. Mcllwaine at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, on Thurs? day night. Mrs. Jame? McDonald has departed for Washington. Mrs. McDonald while here was with Mr. and Mrs. F. Burrall j Hoffman at their villa, Eden Glassie. Another guest of Mr. and Mr3. Hoff I ma-n, Miss Elaine Sullivan, left for her i home in Radnor to-day. Tennis competition for the Cameron Cup, which begins next Saturday at the Meadow Club, has be?n entered by Irwin A. Powell, T. Gaillard Thomas, Frank D. Shaw 2d, Goddard W. Saun ders, Henry Sproul jr., Richard Dil wcrth, Edward H. Van Ingen 2d, A. Ccster Schermerhorn, W. Warner Hop pin jr. and Charles Caroll Thomas. Mrs. John B. Henderson, of Wash? ington, has taken the Kleisler cottage for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Robert Hinkley and her son and daughter have arrived from Washing? ton and are at the Irving House. Going On To-day DAT American Museum of Natural History, ad? mission tree. Metropolitan Museum of Art, admission free. Aquarium, admission free. New York Historical Society, admission free. Van Cortlandt Park Musetrm, admission free. Zoological Park, admission free. Convention of the Protective Section of the American Railway Association. Hotel Pennsylvania, all clay Convention of the Northeastern Farm Bu? reau States, Hotel Commodore, all day. Luncheon of the KitPanis Club of New York, Hotel MeAIpin, ?2:?0 o'clock. Ad? dress by Julian W. Fotter on "Industrial Crisis in Our United States: Its Causo ami Remedy.'' MeetinR of the P.oard of Education, hall of the board, Fifty-ninth Street and Park Avenue, 4 o'clock. NIGHT Free concert by the Goldman Concert Band, Columbia University Green, S o'clock. Met tins of the Federation of Business and Professional Women, Hotel Pennsyl? vania, 8 o'clock. Free concert at the Educational Alliance. ' 187 East Broadw?#, ft o'clock. Newport Again To Entertain Polish Envoy a* Prince Lubomirski's Family To Be Guests for Season; Prcscott Lawrence Will Forego His Annual Visit Children at Tailer Home Party To-morrow in Honor of Daughters Birthday; j Changes Made at Beaches i ????????? SpreiaX Dispatch to The Tribune NEWPORT, R. I., July 12.?Prince [ Lubomirski, the Polish Minister, and Princess Lubomirska, who passed last summer in Newport, are coming hero [ again this season. They are on their ? way by motor car from Washington ? and will make several brief visits en ! route. These Will include a stay with | Mrs. Joaeph Frelin^huyson at Raritan, N. J. The princess, with the children who have already arrived here, will pass the remainder of the season at Newport. Mra. T. Suffern Tailor will give a children's party at the Tajlcr home on Thursday afternoon in observance of the birthday anniversary of her little daughter Betty. An interesting pro? gram of entertainment for what will be a representative gathering of the children of the colony has been ar- j ranged. Bailey's Beach is taxed to its ca? pacity this season. Additional bath houses have been erected and accom? modations installed. Hazard's Beach, not nearly so ex- I tensively used in former years as | Bailey's, is a place of prominence this j year, perhaps more than ever before. The beach has undergone thorough ? renovation and much improvement un- j der the new management of the Hill i Top Inn. The guests at the Inn may ! use bath houses there, but the beach in j arrangement is still a private one. Many Lease Houses for Season Among those who have leased bath houses there for the season are Mr. I and Mrs. Edward D. Morgan, Mr. and i Mrs. George Eustis Corcoran, Mr. and I Mrs. Bradford Norman. Mr. and Mrs. j Robert Gould Shaw, Mrs. Wortham James, Mr. and Mrs. George Peabody Gardner, Mrs. C. B. Luther, Rear Ad? miral and Mrs. William S. Sims, G. Louis Boissevain, Mrs. Clayton p. Pixon, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvann Stoke3 jr., Mr. and Mrs. RichaTd V. Mattison jr., Percy Guy, Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Easton, Mrs. Charles L. Hussey, Mrs. C. C. Gill, Mrs. G. N. Hutton, Mrs. Roland Dickson, Mrs Arnold Hague and Mrs. Harford W. H. Powel. Reservations for informal dinners at the Casino grill on Sunday night, dur? ing the first evening concert of the sea? son by Conrad's Orchestra, already have been made. Because of his health, Prescott Law? rence and Mrs. Lawrence will not come to Newport this season. They are at present in Paris, where, it is under? stood, they will remain for some time. It is the first summer practically j within the memory of the oldest of the summer colonists that the Law? rences have not passed the season here. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Duncan will visit Southampton over the week end, Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley have returned from their visit in New York. Mrs. D. A. Newhall has arrived from Philadelphia and is at her Jamestown cottage for the summer. Countess Szechenyi to Return Countess Gladys Vanderbilt Szeche? nyi, who is at the Hotel Chatham in New York, will return here later in the season. She recently completed a visit here with her mother, ?rirs. Vanderbilt. Mrs. Barger Wallach, a member of the Casino tennis committee, is away from tho city in connection with ar? rangements for the women's inter-city tournament, to be played at the Casino beginning July 29. Ensign George Burnham, detached from the Pacific Fleet and ordered to duty on the United States steamship Rochester of the destroyer force in Newport Harbor, has arrived, accom? panied by Mrs. Burnham. They will tuke apartments hero or in James? town. William Gammell went to New York this evening. John Duncan will de? part this week for Groton Camp. Mrs. S. S. Tutt.le, who has been a guest of Mrs. Louis P. Roberts, has returned to New York. Captain Herbert 0. Shif fert, U. S. N., departed for Norfolk, Va., to-day to assume new duties there. Mrs. Arnold Hague gave a tea and reception yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Ssott, of Allston, Mass., have arrived to pass July and Augvot with Mrs. Scott's mother, Mrs. Caroline V. Ladd. Mrs.. S. C. Smith, of Washington, who fs visiting Mrs. Thomas Bridges, was at the Casino yesterdey with Mrs. Bridges. Others who registered there were Mr. and Mrs. Stephen OHn, of New York and Howard L. Clark. An interesting match was played at the Casino between Mrs. Goadby Loew, Craig Biddle, Mr. Loew and Thomas Ridge way. Registering at the New Cliffs Hotel to-day were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bragdon and son, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. S. Cameron, Mrs. Pauline G. Sattler, Ernest H. Keidel, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Guthrie and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steele, of New York. At the Hill Top Inn are Mrs. Alfred Frenna, of New "r ork, and Mrs. S. Loeb, and Frank H. Banks, of Norfolk, Va. At the Muenchinger King are James Burke, of Erie, Pa., and Richard L. Bamford. Four Passenger Ships To Leave Harbor To-day Two Bound for Europe and Others for South America With Many Ahoard Four passenger vessels will sail to? day, two for Europe and two for South America. Among the saloon passengers on the Vestris.,of the Lamport & Holt Line, sailing for South America are H. C. Allen, Otto T. Bannard, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Buchanon, Dr. and Mrs. Charlos Chagos and children, Mr. and Mrs. Luis Alva da Silva, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Davison and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Hayward and children, Dr. H. Herzfield, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Houston, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hubbard, E. F. Harrison, Dr. and Mrs. John Jamtey and child, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mohier, M. M. Merritt, J. L. Moreland, Bruce Mulqueen, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Magce, Mrs. A. C. Newman and child, H. G. Olds, Colonel W. B. Ryan, Mr. an? Mrs. Anton Relling and children, Miss Helen Rockwell, Miss Helen Vogler, John A. Wood and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wylie. Sailing on the Hudson, of the United States Mail Steamship Line, for Bremen and Danzig, are Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bauer, Julius Behrens, Miss Alice Bos? sen, John Cupper, Charles Ebert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gerhart, Colonel E. C. Gibbs, Mrs. J. F. Hecker, Miss Alice Hecker, Mrs. A. Laurell, Mrs. Mary Lawler and infant, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Walsh and j Mrs. Harry Wilson. Also sailing to-day are the Roussillon, ! of the French Line, for Havre, and 4b? i Ssnta Ana, of the Grace Line, for I South America. Both vessels havu a t large list of passengers. Fresh Air Fun at the Tribune Fund's Bethany Home These youngsters on vacation are having the time of their lives in an egg race. Just one of many amuse? ments provided in the camos. The Tribune Fresh Air Fund The Fresh Air Fund has enemies?of a sort. They are not folks who have found anything in the work the fund is do? ing, or in the way it does it, to de? velop a grouch over. Not at all, at least as far as they revesr. They've grudges against something else and seem to think that little tene? ment kiddies ought to suffer because they?these enemies?want to work off their grudges. There was one holder of a grouch, for example, who yesterday vented hi3 spleen in a missive to the fund which read: "The Anti-Saloon League may help you better than I can. "N AMERICAN CITIZEN." Strange to relate, another one of | the grouches a few days ago threw a I stone from the other side of the pro? hibition fence. This ?3 the way he put his grude in writing: "Don't ask me for help for The Tribune Fresh Air Fund; ask the brew? ers and the bootleggers." Another Has a. Grudge A third enemy'?the only one, it must be admitted, who thought it worth while to sign his name to his pledge of anti-allegience?put it this way: "How much of the money you collect for the Fresh Air Fund goes to help the British? We're going to keep our eye on you." Still another had a religious grudge. The Fund thought it was keeping everything pertaining to the prohibi? tion question, the Irish-British contro? versy and all sorts of sectarianism out of the Fresh Air column, but these holders of grouches?well, they must read between the lines each to suit his own taste. What have all these things to do with giving vacations to suffering lads and lassies of the tenements? What have little children to do with prohibi? tion or its opposite, with the Irish question, with one religion or the other? Why should a man or a woman cheat a boy or a girl out of a chance for relief and health because that man or woman feels this way or that on one of the stirring questions of the hour? Say, for instance, It was a boy or a girl like those told about in the fol? lowing letter: "City of New York, Bellevue and Allied Hospitals. "July 11, 1921. "Mr. Leslie Conly, New York Tribune Fresh Air Fund, 154 Nassau Street, New York. "My Dear Mr. Conly: I am very much interested in the family who used to live at-. They now live at-. Margaret and Isabelle were sent away with a special party to Mrs. Orson Mears, Hudson Falls, N. Y. These chil? dren have no home at present. The father died of tuberculosis last winter. The mother is now quite ill in Bellevue Hospital. She is a chronic case, and needs to remain some time for treat? ment. Mrs. Mears requested to have these children again this year. I think possibly she might be willing to keep them longer. Would you approve of having them remain longer than the two weeks? I have the little brother, Anthony, in ray own home, as he ha3 no place. He was sent to Castile last year. He is very anxious to return there again. I do not remember the family. "I would appreciate your interest in this family, as I fear they are soon to be left orphans, and will have to be cared for in an institution. "Very sincerely yours, SARA E. SHAW, "Nurse in Charge." Are you a friend oi an enemy? If a friend, advance and give the countersign; that is to say, send a check to the Fund to-day. Look at all tho friends who sent theirs yes? terday! Status of the Fund Contributions of The Tribune Fresh Air Fund: Previously acknowledged.$27,889.57 In loving* memory of Q. to.00 Anonymous . 7.00 Edward Leonhard. 5.00 M. A. H. BOO W. O. W. 2.00 A "Widowed Mother's Mite. 2.00 Henry A. Allers. 1.00 Arthur J. Cohen and Ernestine Cohen. !???> Philip Bernhoim. 1.00 Sidney Jacobs. 1-00 A. H. Joseph. 1.00 Audrey Jaeckel. 14.00 ?e. j. ?T'tfo Bre?me Street Tabernacle. 2^..0 Grace C. Beal. 7.00 Alice L. Leonard, R. N. i .00 Mrs. A. K_ Mlchlet. 14.00 Katharine I vins. 7.00 In memory of Adrian C. Hegeman 25.00 Albert L. Eltinge. 5.00 In loving memory of I,. T. 2.50 Miss W. E. Lang. 7.00 Miss K. Lang. 1S-00 Mrs. Joseph M. Mellen. B00.00 Mrs. L. do L. Oppenhelmer. 14.00 Two Sisters In Jersey. 14.00 Eleanor B. Folrer. 5.00 William Grant Brown. 7.00 Mary E. Rogere. 60.00 Mrs. Herbert C. Smyth. 7.00 Altha E. Terry. 15-00 W. Pvlvester. 10.00 Elizabeth G. Frothingham. 7.00 E. E. P. B. 5.00 J. E. French. 10.00 M. G. Boland and E. M. Boyle., 2.00 Mrs. Laura Anderson. 3.50 Mrs. Helen Sondhelm. 3.50 Helpn Maxine Greenfield. 7.00 Jean S. Roosevelt. 50.00 ? B. M. O..?. 7.00 Mrs. Josep*- S. Stout. 7.00 Marvin Shwoler. 7.00 Caroline F^lsinger. 7.00 Frank G. Shattuuck. 60.00 Through the Patterson, N. T. Fresh Air Committee. C. W. Penny. 19 00 J. E, Carey. 5.00 Mrs. O. W. Bloat. 10.00 B. C. Sloat. 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Irish. 14.00 Harriet Barrett. 10.00 Miss Judd and Mrs. Ludinjrton.. 7.00 Arthur Baldwin. 5.00 W. J. Ruttedg-o. 3.50 Abel Davis. ?.S0 Mrs. J. Frank Smith. 5.00 Helen Smith. 1.?0 H. H. Stephens. 5.09 D. M. Stephen*. 5.00 Mr.-,. L. L Haynea. 2.00 Henry F. Watta. 14.00 William La Gemir?. 10.00 D. H. K.. 7.00 Charles A. Lutz. 14,10 I J. H. Dougherty Jr. T.00 s. w. Hin. G. M. P. Murphy. . . . Holen B. Brownold. 03. W. Duffleld. C. Richard C. Rathborne... Edward Slosson . Mrs. Edward L. Doheny.. F. Heermans . C. T. Pierce. Mrs. Wm. H. Anderson. Mrs. Joseph Wode?l. William J. Moore. H. N. A. Anna S. Tremper. Mary A. Howell.? Ceo. H. Rowe....,.,. Janet R. Strathle. Mary Reid Braah. Mrs. C, Halcomb.;.. John, Owen and Francis....... Burrbllnk Club . M? G. McGarcley. Mrs. E. R. Hardenbrook. In memory of Atan. Mary 3. Tu'.hill. Howard F. Whitney. In memory of E. H. M. T. W. ?. H. B. Jr. Sydney Bevin. Mrs. Donald G. Rosa. C. R.,. In memory of D. W. and A. W.. V. E. W. I,. I. W. A. if. B. Mra Walter MaynaM Drury..., Sarah Eiaenhud. Lockwood Ban-....'.. In loving- memory of .Thomas K. Cree . From Little Julia Booth_.... B. Bancroft Smith...... Bartlett Arkell .? Walter E. Keiley. Fred'k Kacker CD...,...,....,.? John F. Dugan....... H. P. McKenney & Co. Mrs. T. W. Sheridan .., Quex. G. H. Irvin. Master Frank Moss., The Orsenigo Co., Ine. T. W. Stephens. Phebe H. Poat., Mrs. Adelaide F. Richard.? Homer S. Pace.? W. H. Jackson. A. S. P. J. J. W. E. A. B. R. and M. M. R. .T...... Mrs. M. D. Adams. In rnomory of Heien Lawton... Walter V". Cranford. C. A. Howard. In his name lit memory of E. S. G. Rae Lefcourt .,. C. F. Delling-er. Ruth F. Roe. S. R. Latshaw . Edward L. Tripler. Henry A. Truslow. B. L. Taylor jr. Dr. Arthur Q. Larkin. G?raldine F. Bradley . Mm. John B. Huber. Dr. Enrico Scimeco . Howard C. Volck. Dr. L. M. Hubby . Misa C. 3. Harman . In memory of A. H. L. Elijah . Louis A. Consmillor . W. Foster White. Mrs. A. B. Alley . Jessie M. Conrad and office asso? ciates. W. C. C. John McCormlck. J. L. and C. R. Christy Jr. O. L. C.? Dr. Edward H. Squtbb. A. C. Noble . John and Paul . Mrs. J. H. Ernat . Marie B. Ernst. Kate H. Goodbody . Desmond FitzGerald . Edward B. Levy . Lestsr H. Goodkind. Bertha Messing .? 0. A. V. J. R. Bruce . M. G. W. Nannie B. O'Neill . In memory of Baby Alteo . Miss Jeanette Lockwood . Robert S. Blair . Frederick W. Starr_. Eloise L?gner. Thomas Ross Downs <\.... Arnold B?lais. A. W. Buttenheim. W. R. Gibson. 1. C. King-. H. H. White. W. H. H. W. T. A. . Powell Crechton. Jerome J. Danzig . William J. Barton. Ira Skutch . Louise Lutkins . Florence M. Rhelt . Peter WIernik. Betty, George, Mary, Agnes, Frances and Roberta . Tho Steruhardt children . Mrs. Henry W. Foreman. A Friend. Mrs. Charles Morgan. In memory of H. B. B. Harriet N. Wheeler. Charles E. Rogers . L. F. Archer . Beach Rocks . Total July 13. 1921.?80.811.27 Contributions, preferably by check or money order, should be sent to the Tribune Fresh Air Fund, The Tribune, | New York City. _ "Extra" on Liner Tells Of Newlrwecte Aboard It can't be done. It never could, but Frank P. Beddow, and his bride thought it could. When they slipped on board the liner Comanche after a secret wed? ding the other day in Jacksonville, Fla., they congratulated themselves that they had really succeeded; that no one guessed their secret. But it wasn't long before the pas? sengers began promenading past their deck chair3, waving copies of the Honeymoon Express. This heartless sheet'told all. ? , It had been edited by Mr. Beddow s admiring comrades in The Florida Metropolis, one of those hustling Southern newspapers. They had even dug up out of the file? a photograph of Mrs. Beddow. which came into their possession whan she won the first prize in a beauty contest engineered by Mr. Beddow last winter. The enterprising editor o? the same daily paper wired Manager Frank E. Jago, of the Hotel Martinique, to pay all due attention to the honeymooners. "We fixed them up in our best pale pink suite," said Mr. Jago yesterday, when the couple had fied to the peace and quiet of the subway. "It wasn't necessary, though, for those follrs to wire ns. We ean tell s honeymoorwr the minute he comes in the door. First place he always fears new shoes, and so does she. Other couples you see sometimes have one new pair of shoes between them, hut never two," Ralph Herz, Noted Stage Comedian, Dies in Hospital Succumbs at Atlantic City After a Short Illness; Educated at Cambridge ; Made Debut in London Ralph Herz, the comedian, died early yesterday morning after a short ill? ness in the Atlantic City Hospital, At? lantic City. Mr. Herz was born in England and was graduated from Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge. His home here was in Tokeneke, Conn. Mr. Herz first appeared on the stage in London with Maxine Elliott in "Her Own Way." A short time afterward he came to this country with Mrs. Pat? rick Campbell, with whom he played at the Savoy in "The Second Mrs. Tan queray," "The Joy of Living" and "Aunt Jennie." In 1906, soon after his arrival here, he played with- Lulu Glasser in "Miss Dolly Dollars," and a year later mar? ried Miss Glasser, appearing with her afterward in "Lola From Berlin" and one or two other pieces. Under the management of the Messrs. Shubert he appeared in "The Tourists." "The White Hen," "Ruggles of Red Gap" and the Winter Garden production of "The Whirl of tke World" and more re? cently in "In Monte Cristo jr." Other productions in which he took part were "The Soul Kiss," "Miss Nobody From Starland," "Madame Sherry," "Dr. De Luxe," "The Charity Girl," "A Pair of Sixes" and "Hands Up." He also played as a headliner in big-time vaudeville. About nine years ago Mr. Hers was divorced from his wife and three ot four years later he married Miss Frances Logan. .His wife, his mother, who is ir Brussels, and four sisters survive him Funeral services will be held in At? lantic City to-day, The body will b? placed in a vault there until after Oc? tober 1, when it will be brought to New York. According to present plans spe? cial services will be held here after that date. Military Funeral for Lost Battalion Hero Major Whittlesey to Attend Services Thursday; Burial at Cypress Hills Comrades of John J. Munson, of New York City, first class private who car ried the message from Major Charles W. Whittlesey's "Lost Battalion" neai Binarville, France, on September 29 1918, to regimental headquarters, have arranged to give him a military funeral Munson. who was known as the "hen of the 'Lost Battalion,'" crawled througl hostile fire to restore communicatioi with the main body of the 308th Infan try. He died in Bellevue Hospital Fri day night of tuberculosis. He will b buried Thursday in the soldiers' plo at Cypress Hills Cemetery, with ful military honors. Captain G. C. Graham and Captaii George McMurty will be in charge o the platoon of twenty-five of Munson' former comrades, who will fire a las volley when the body of the man wh( risked his life to save theirs is lower ed into the grave. Major C. W. Whittle sey, commander of the "Lost Battalion, also will be present. PAUL THEVENEZ RYE, N. Y., July 12.?Paul Thevenea a Swiss artiBt, was taken ill 3uddenh while visiting at the home of Mr? Simon Ford here on July 4 and diet after an operation for appendicitis oi July 6. Mr. Thevenez was born in Genev on February 22, 1891. After travelini for several year3 in Italy he went t Paris, where he began hia art studies The two men who influenced him mos were not painters, but Igore Stravin sky, violinBt, and Jean Copeau, balle director, from wfcom, he said, h learned rhythm. He became wel known in France as a painter of por traits and a leader in a school o younger cubists. He came to this country in 19IT an performed commissions for several im portant art collectors. Mr. Thevene besides being a portrait painter wa well known as a decorative artist. HARRIET DUER ROBENSON Miss Harriet Duer Robinson, six* years old, a close relative of both th Winthrop and Duer families, died s Aix Lea Baina, France, on Tuesda morning, of heart disease. Miss Robinson had been living abroa for the last ten year?, in Paris, Bia ritz and Aix Le? Bains. For the la< year ska had been in poor health. Sha was a daughter of the late Henry Bar? clay Robinson. Her grandfather a?** Morris Robir.Bon, on* of th? founders of the Bank of the United Statas and of the Mutual Life Insurance Company. Among her nieces and nephew? are* Mrs. Frederick Alien, Mrs. J/De L*acy Sccvil and II. Duer and David A. Storer. Miss Robinson was a charter member of the Society of Colonial Dames. Sha is survived by two sisters?Mrs. Lawrence Sill, of Los An?eles, and Mrs. David Stcrer, of New York. MRS. MARJ?Tl. TAYLOR GREENWICH, Conn.. July 12.?Mm. Maria L. Taylor, eighty-eight years old, a member of one of America's oldest families, died at her home in P Chester, N. Y., to-day. She was born in Saratoga, but had lived in Port Chestar for the last fifty years. She was a member of Putnam Hill Chapter, Daughters of the American Revelation. MilKken Est?t?, $900,009 PORTLAND. Me- July 12,?An estate valued at $900,000,000 was left by Sets M. Miiliken, of New York, who died there in March, 1920. according to aa inventory filed to-day by administrators and appraisers. Rights and credits ag? gregate S863.139 atid real estate $50.256. 7??rth, Engagement, .Carriage, Death and In Mcmoriam Notice? may he telephoned to The Tribun* any time up to midnight far in? smrtiort in the next day's papmt. Telephone Beekman 3099. deaths" ARCHARAT/ETA?T.oronzr. ramobell Fu? neral Church. B'way-<56th st.. Thursday, S a. m. AF.NOT.O.?Cm Pundav. .Tnlv 1?. 1931. at h?r residence 10 West. ".3d. ?t.. N'fw TorlC City. Emily Spetr. widow <n dlover CHKM Arnold, t?. TV. and daughter of th? Inte Emily TV and GHbwt McMfcste*- Sneir. Fnneral cervices will he h?l* at Trinitr Chapel. 25th st.. wast of Hroadway. at 10 a. m.. Wedneadav. July 13, 1921. Tn t?rmont Or??mrw,i ''"?-metery. Paltimore. Md.. papers please copy. CAMPBKT.T.?At Corona. T.. T . Edward A. CampbfH. In the OSth y?*.r of Ms age. Funeral it ?lee? tVciic?? lay raoraln?, 10 o'clock, at his late residence, 41 '.'.iron? a.v. Interment Greenwood Cnlon Ceme? tery. Rye. X. T. Please or-vit flowers. CRISTA?XVRO-?On Sunday, July 10, 19?1, Arthur Crlstadoro. In ht? 59th year. Fun?ral services at his late residence. 442 West 22d ft., on Wednesday evemng. at 8 o'clock. Informent at the conveni? ence of tha family. BEMAREST?Entered Into rest, at the home of her brother-in-law. the Rev. Dr. O. H. Walaar, at fohoes, N. T.. Elizabeth Deroarest, daughter of the late Henry and Elizabeth Demurest. Funeral from her late resilence, at 545 West l<Sth st.. on W?dnesday. July 13. at 3 p. m. Please oinii flowers. DEMPSEY? July 11, Patrick Dempsey, be? loved husband of Mary Eempsey (nee Kehoe). Funeral from his late restd-nce. 1397 7th av.. Wednesday, t':30. Solemn l?qulem mas? at Church of St. Thomas tho Anostle, 10 a. m. DICK?On Monday. July 11. 1921, Henry Dick, in his 55th year. Service and In? terment at Mead ville. Pa. FISHER?Ottlllte (nee Poggenburg). be? loved wife of Frederick S. Fisher and be Ibved mother of Frederick S. Fisher jr.. July 10, at Lenox Hiii Hospital. Serv? ices at West End Presbyterian Chnrch, Amsterdam av., at lOfith st.. New York, on Wednesday. July'13, at 10 a. sa. FRANK?On Monday. July 11. William Frank, husband of Celia Frankent?eld. Funeral Bervtcea at his !ate home, 101 Cottage st.. New Haven, Conn., Wednes? day. July 13, at 2:10, daylight saving time. FRASE??At White Plains, X. T., Monday, July 11, IS21, Eliza J. Fraser, daughter o? the late Joseph an.l Clara Ktglow Fraser. Funeral services' at her late residence, 2? Barker av., White Plains, N. Y., Wednesday, July 13. at 10 a. m. i HANKS?Samuel E., on July 11. Funeral from his ?ate residence, 81 Perry st., on Wednesday. July 13, it 10 a, m. Inter? ment Greenwood Cemetery. HERMAN? The Society Alumni o? Bellevue Hos? pital announces with deepest regret the death on July 12, 1921, at 'West End, N. J., of Dr. Henry Herman, of New York City, Third Medical Division, 1885, one of the founders of this society, ?ml its first president. EBEN FOSKETT. President. JAMES T. GORDON, Secre? tary. JOHNSTON. ? Suddenly, at Stamford. Conn.. July 11, Warren R. Johnston, hus? band of Marian Wlapert Johnston and son of Mrs. John R. Cram, of Urooklyn. Service* on Thursday. Juiy 14. at 10 a. m., dayiiaht saving time, at residence, of Mr. K?b'-rt J. Johnston. Van Rensselaer Avs.. shlppan Point, Stamford, Conn. New Haven papers please copy. KTNX.E?<">n July r>. 1921, Elizabeth Kunle, In her 76th year. She la survived by one son, Lt. Frank J. Kunle. Funeral from her late residwnce, 191 17th st.. Brooklyn, on Wednesday, July 13, at 9:80 a. m., th'nee to St. John Evangelist R. C. Church, 21 at st. and St h av., for requiem high masa. She was a member of Third Order of St. Francia Inter? ment Holy Cross Cemetery. I.OGAN?On July 11. 1021, Isabel Robin eon, beloved wife of William Logen. Services at her ?ate residence. 127 West 82d St.. on Wednesday evening, July 13, at 8;30 o'clock. Interment private. MARQUANT)?On Sunday. July 10. at hi? residence, IS27 Nineteenth St., Washing? ton, D. C-, Henry, beloved husband of Katharine Cow.tin and son ( f the iate Henry C. Marquand. of New York, in the 65th year of his age. Funeral service will be held in the Fifth Avenue Presby? terian Church. 55th st. and 5th av.. New York City, on Wednesday morning. July 13, at 10 o'clock. Interment at New? port. R. L, at the convenience of Um family. MIDDLETON?On July 11. Anna Eliza? beth. Funeral services at her late resi? lience, S4 Saratoga av., V/onkers, N. Y.? Wednesday. July 13, at 2 p. m. MJTKIE>Y1CZ? With profound regret Captain Robert Nichols Chapter. Daughter? of the Amer? ican Revolution, announces the loss of I.aure di> Mitkiewicz, Corresponding Secretary of the chapter. EI.3IE BARLB, Recording Secretary.; MRS. HENRY F. BOW RON, Rsgent. PARSONS?George W?, aged S3 year* ?on of .labes and Catherin? 1 rosetM, at the homo of his niece, Bertha M. Haher, Chappao.ua, N. Y.. July 12. Interment Hudson, N. Y. RITCHIE? On Saturday. July 9, 1931. at Nyairk, N Y., Arthur Ritchie, D. D? Priest, late rector emeritus- of Bt. Ignutinu Church. A mass of requisa? will be said on Wednesday. July 13, a* 10 30 a. m.. at St. Ignatius Church, West End av, and 87th st. Tbn body will lia in stat" in 'he church from noon Tues? day. Interment at Sparkill, N. Y. THE VENEZ??Mr. Paul Thevenez. the wall known young Swissarttst, who performed commissions for some of the important American art collectors, was suddenly ta?en ill at the home of Mrs. Simeon Ford, at Rye, N. Y., on July 4, and died aff-r an operation for appendicitis, oa July 6. He was born in Geneva? Febru? ary 22 1891. WEKSELL8?Charles H. Campbell Funeral Church, B'way-SCth st., Thursday. 8 pm. ^TAtYwr Servi?, Dsyar FRANK, E. CAMPBEIX\ L, "TUE FUNERAL CHURCH" lac (NoB-?ectariax.) ?970 Broadway at 56th 5t.~ FHCTr? CoLOTnroa tJCO ' ?wn?tn Of ice, tie. St. & ?* Av, lohn W i vnn '?* !';- :j'''-'- "*? R?i?a Jullu TT.l?JUn OUen :..t\l. tcuiunnicsl. THE WOODLAWN CliMETEET. 233d St. By Harlem Tram ar.d by TroUey. Lrtits of small size for sale. "Funeral Director" or "Undertaker"? By DR. BERTHOLD A. BAER In pairan Rome the dead were buried at night, by the ray? of torchlight, the Latin word for which is "funis." *A "torchlight procession" therefore was called "funer alis,** which word forms the origin of the expression "funeral.** A "funeral director" therefore is one who conducts a "torchlight procession." And what is an "undertaker"? I do not know. The "Fifth Avenue Memorial" (Non-Sectarian), 40 West 57th Street, is an organization of men, high up in their pro? fession, who know how to conduct the last rites in a way long to be remembered, either at your home or at the "Memorial." They furnish a sernce of Love and Understanding, of Hop? and Consolation. At the Hour of Death Call: Circle 1-500 ? mm.