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y Betrothed To F. W. Eeher Engagement Is Announced of Mildred G. Sisals t<> Oavi<i Rhodes Sparks; ?gia Pb?Bpt To Br Brido Josephine Gibson to Wed fill Become Bride of Daniel Knonlton Early Next Month m Bristol am*? King Hoyt, <.r .-?;< Avenue and Redruff. Sound - i'ho engagement ^ tjjtc' Barbara Hoj JJ priV?,v-.? ' ihet, ?on o m^ Mrs, Frederick Hudson Echev, ?*? rreen*ich, cradusted from Dana Hall ?tTmade her debul in this city n few ?ffjt? ago. Daring the *ar ?Jhe served is * Ml ^'lV- '? MRr fT-raduated from Harvard in 1018. . ?tenant iti ' tie 1 Loth Igftntrv " ' ?'"?? f? am? w*i" decov it?d ?*"-- the ;" ot* .Service ffojs sn? the Ci ? torre. teBOUBoeiae?! ha? been -nade of ihr? pngfg - ' ' "?' '?: B '*"2i "a daufrMer of Mr arid Mr?. Edgar N". J., to David RMe* Sanrks. son of Charles Fletcher made n Washington during the ?fjr, at the timer she wag a member of Corps or" ? hich she ??rvrJ ai a ?river for nearly two v<-ars. Mr. Sntrits wan with the Morgan Harjes /iir.br.lancf unit. . returning; - o e r. t e r t h e o M! c e - s ' t-t?nin-r camp at Camp Taylor. K? ted from Harvard in 1920. The marriage of Miss Charlotte Alice ? of Dr. and Mrs. Wendell C. Phillip?, of 40 W?at Forty -erenth Street, to Paul Edwin Johnson, will tak* place on Saturday. October gat ; the home of her par ,ent:-. ?PS wi!! he attended | \a her s-ster M rs. Oaig Francis Gulli ?r,. of Hoosl n, Tex., r? :ns.tron of ??nor: Miss Hortense Garside, of New Miss Rebecca Brown, ot Des Seines. Iowa, and Mis-.: Elizabeth Ver? les, of Newport, R. I. Ralph Wolf ?;'; -erve as Mr. Johnson's best man, and the usfc Harold F. Gib jGn, Jay Van Shaack, Charles Hickorx tad Daniel Grant. Mr. Johnson will give his farewell bachelor dinner on Saturday, October 1, it the Yale C Hiss Josephine Gibson, daughter of Mrs. Charles de Wolfe Gibson and sis? ter of Charles Dana Gibson, will be named to Daniel Knowlton, of this dry and Buffalo, early in October, probably on October S, at Longfield nom, the Gibson esterte in Bristol, HI. The date has not been definitely decided on. Mrg. William Lowe Rice To Gire Dance for Daughter Mrs. William Lowe Rice will g?*?s a \ dance in the new ballroom of the Hotel Plaza on December 23, to introduce her Heywood Broun has discov-i ered another Borzoi novel,; HAGAR'S HOARD by = GEORGE KIBBE TURNER "To us," he writes in the N. Y. [?Fori?? ?Sept 5, 1921), "it seems one of the most notable pieces of work br any living American. There is a magnificent thrill in Hagar'a Hoard. It is the thrill of a Grip? ping terror graphically presented." 1289 copies have heen sold to 'date. Yon may still share the thrill ; of discovery with Mr. Broun ! _ $2.50 net. ? Mr. Turner's latest novel WHITE SHOULDERS is now available. Its a atory of familiar folks in a j Southern To'j;n. ($2.00) j Miss Helen L. Rice ! She will be introduced to society on December 23 at a large dance to be given by her mother, Mrs. William Lowe Rice. Mrs. Rice and her daughters are now in Eurooe. 1 daughter. Mise Heler L- Rice. On the ; same night, in the Rose room of the Pia.ru, the first of the holiday dances , will be held. Mrs. William B. Osgood Field has ar : rived in town from Lenox and is at the j Hotel St. Regis. Mr. and Mrs. Landon K. Thorne are ; at the Homestead, Hot Springs, Va., for i part of the falL Lieutenant and Mrs. R. Gordon Wil : liams gave a dinner for eight guests last night at the Hotel Plaza. Mrs. William T. Hildrup jr. has re? turned to town from Kerhonlcson, N. Y., where she went for her health, and is much improved. She is at the Hotel St. Regis. Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Burr are at the Saranac Inn, Upper Saranac, in the Adirondacks, for a short .stay. Mrs. Dallas Bache Pratt and her daughter, Miss Beatrice Gordon Pratt, who were at the Ritz-Carlton for a few days, have returned to Southamp? ton, Long Island. Commander Stanford Hooper, XT. ?j. N., and Mrs. Hooper have arrived in the city from Washington and are at the Hotel Astor. * Mrs. William A. Stoops has returned from the Panama Canal Zone, where she passed a year, and is at the Astor. She will be joined there in a few days by Lieutenant Commander Stoops, U. S. N. Mr. and MrsTF. A. Clark it the Hotel St. Regis] Mr. and Mr3. F. Ambrose Clark have arrived in the city and are at the Hotel St. Regis. Mrs. Clarence Gray Dinsmorre is at ! Hot Springs, Va., for a few week's. Mrs. D. Crawford Clark, her daugh ter, Miss Zelina Clark, and her mother. \ Mrs. Samuel Keyser. are at the Plaza for a few day:- before .opening their apartment in Park Avenue. Mrs. F. Stanhope Philips, of 38 East Thirty-eighth Street and Santa Bar- ; bara, Calif., is at Briarcliff Lodge for 8 few days. Mrs. William Eustis, Miss Eustis and ? Morton Eustis have arrived in the city i from Washington and are at the Hotel j Belmont. Mile. Gade To Be Married Mile. Gade, champion long distance ' swimmer of Denmark, and Clemington j Corson, an armory employee, yesterday j took out a marriage license. Miss j Gade, who swam from Albany to this j ci^y in six days by way of the Hudson, ; gave her age as twenty-four years ana j her address as 10 West 107th Street. ( They will be married September 21. | Recital at Stockbridge Home of Miss Tuckernian Tea Served After Program Is Given by Boris Saslawsky. Russian Barytone Spcc-al Dispatch to The Tribune LENOX, Mass., Sept. 16.?Miss Emily ? Tuckerman ?rave a tea at her villa : m Stockhridge this afternoon follow ! ing a recital there by Boris Saslawsky. j Russian barytone. Mrs. Arthur W ; Swann and Mrs. George Draper, who i with Mr. DraPer, are spending the au ; r.umr. with Miss Tuckerman, were ai | the tea tables. Miss Ruth Deyo, pianist, gava th? i second in her series of recitals at th< I Stockbridge home of Mrs. Loya 11 Alia: \ Osborne this afternoon. Examples o | seventeenth and eigteenth centur; I music were plr.yed. Mr. und Mrs. Henry White motoret ! te Rutherfurd House, Allamuchy, N. .1 : to-day for a week-end visit with Mr ; and Mrs. Winthrrop Rutherfurd. Mrs. Edward Hickman Gheen, wide?; ' of Rear Admiral Geen, and daughtei ; Miss Florence Green, arrived at th j Maplewood Hotel in Pittsfield to-da; for the autumn. Mr. and Mrs. Williar B. Dillon, of New York, also' are ther ' after closing their home in Pittsfiek j Brigadier General Theodore Schwan re : turned to Washington to-day from th Maplewood, where he passed the sum mer. Colonel fherwood A. Cheney, U. S. A and Mrs. Cheney, who were married i Stockbridge last Saturday, are spend ing their honeymoon in the Newbor^l N. Y.. home of her father, Freder: Adrian Delano. Curtis Hotel arrivals to-day inelud Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Coles Tappan, c New York; Mrs. George G. Frelinghuj sen and Miss Matilda E. Frelinghuysei of Morristown, N. J.. and Mrs. C-Wicl liffe Yulee, of Tuxedo. Mrs. Williai L- Dayton has gone to Cooperstowi N. Y. Misses Marion and Eleanor Hagir returned to Stockbridge to-day froi EuroDe and opened their cottage o Yale Hill. Mrs Robert McKelvev, Mrs. Stephe C. Millet* and Miss Mary G. Mille?, ? New York, are at the Aspinwall Hot in Lenox. Colonel S. H. Wolfe, U. S. A? ar family, of Washington, and Mr. ar Mrs. Payson MerriU, of New York, a: at Heaton Hall in Stockbridge. Miss Adele Kneeiand has hernephe John Munroe, and Mrs. Munroe, of Tu edo, as guests at Fairlawn in Lenox. -#_?-,?.? 350,000 at Coney K. P. Nigl it was Knights of Pythias night la night at the Coney Island Mardi Gra and the crowd, estimated at 350,OC wns the largest of the week. Abo 1,000 members of the Knights Pythias were there. Ex-service me dressed as tramps, marched in ti parade carrying banners inscribe? "This is what will happen to us if y? don't eive us emnlovment." Out Today THE CIRCLE The book of the play which is having such spontaneous success, at the Selwyn Theatre. **A comedy of much sophisticated charm. It"oirered V bizarre circumstance, almost farcical in its possibilities, and it treated that circumstance in a fashion half grave, half mischievous, but always sane and credible."-??-Percy Hammond, New York Tribune. $1.25 liMi'iinwiiiMM.imiiiiMiiw.wan i.r?imiMni.mini im ??> upmmrwnwwgg Somerset ..Maugham Author of "The Moon and Sixpence/* "Of Human Bondage/' Etc, Unforgettable episodes of the effect of the Islands of the Pacific on the white man. Here is ah atmosphere of langurous beauty and ease where men forget their vanished youth in an intolerable de? sire for life* A brilliant crystallization of the lure and repulsion of South Sea life. TREMBLING A LEAF $1.90 On aale at a? Booksellers In? n :-'?"?? j The Tribune Fresh Air Fund -. Pour (lay*- ago the Tribune Fund asked its friends for SI?.OOO in addi - ? Montf-I contributions to enable It to pay the final billa for the 11,500 and more varir-Tinu*** provided for the children of the tenements thia summer. Since that j Mme r-rtore thiin one-tenth of the amoaiu | needed has b*H?*n subscribed, i Who ir? going to help with the re ' maining nine-tenth'- " Dollar?- given now pay for the fun j and health of some needy child just IMS much as they would Bear** If given before the child was .??ont out from the city. With thousands of children need j iinr country vacations and only a short ten weeks In which to provide those vacations, the Fund enn never wait unti | Tumis nre in hand before sending oui the children. Forty-five years of experience luivr proved to the Fund that it isn't necea : say to do so. There are hosts or friends of children and children's Fres'r : Air vacations in New York. The Fun knows that if it relies on them th , money needed to pay bills will be forth ! coming. As it has been doing for many years 1 the Fund has this year relied on fches ; friends. It has sent needy little tot | to the country in their name. This is th appeal for those friends to make up th money whicli the Fund in its confident in the generosity of those friends ob'i gated itself to pay. Four thousand five hundred dollar more is needed to make good the fuit of the Fund in the friends of children. Another little Lid is to pet a Free. Air school seat, this time at New Mr ford. Pa. He's a small boy of five years wh lives in Willett Street, way over by th Fast River. During the summer h spent two weeks of Fresh Air vacatio in New Mi-lford. Fiver since his hoste.? has been askin-r to have him return? to her for the winter. He will be sei on in a few days. According to the present Feder; income tax allowances for depende; persons, taking little Johnnie off h parents' hands for a year ought to r< duce their family budget about $20 And the parents need that help in the: fi-m.aa ?f* Mno-mnlni-Ttiont ?So Johnnie not only ?rets?as a resull J of hif> Fresh Air vacation?a ful j seat in a. etmntry school in pkicc of a j part time one in New York, but bis ^parents get relief from a not incoii' I siderable item of expense. There are as many as one hundre I i children and parents getting these | things aa a result of the Tribune ' Fund's work this summer. But then j there are many things?good things? j that ?jrrow out of Fresh Air vacations I that most folks don't dream of. It's a work that deserves to have all : its bills paid. ! CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE) TEIBrN'E FRB8H AID FUW? Previously afrit nor.? led god.$75.461.75 | Axtemas Wani. 100.00 Edith W. Say. 7.no 8. R. Light. 1?. 00 Llttl? Italy Neighborhood Asso? ciation . ".",.00 A. C. C. and B.. E. B. ! Greneil Island Sunday School... B. :: 00 Oscar A. Borh. r 00 j Mrs. Harris K. Wut kins. 5.00 A. Vander Veer. 5.00 Total .$76,6 (COB Contributions, preferably by cheek ? or money order, should be sent to the ; Tribune Fresh Air Fund, The Tribune, ? New York. Newport Colony Hears Lecture by Dr. Rice Large Attendance at Benefit for Trinity Church Parish House Fund Special Dispatch to The Tribune NEWPORT, R. I., Sept. 16.?To-night, at the Art Association, Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice gave his illustrated lecture on his exploration? of the re? gion around the Orinoco River, for the benefit of the Trinity Church Parish fclouse fund. Despite the fact that the same lecture had been given before, an unusually large number was present ?nd the affair was greatly enjoyed. Dr. Rice's descriptions of the natives and their habit? was interesting and in? structive. Many summer residents and fall visitors acted as patronesses of the ? event. More than the usual number of sum-! mer residents are remaining for the fall season and many cottages are still open. Mrs. George Henry Warren and Mrs. A. T. Kountze were luncheon hostesses to-day. New arrivals are Mr. and Mrs.; Dwight Leggett and John Leggett jr., of New York; S. Kaston and i. Schiff, ? of New York. E. Rollins Morse has completed aj short stay here and is returning to New j York. Charles Buchanan, of New York, will t be at the Laforge Cottage over the? week end. J Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Willonghby hav? closed their season and have return s/? to Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Bogert enter? tained this evening. _-?-mm Lieut. Allen Given Diamond, Studded Badge on Rei'j-ing Before retiring as bead of th/s: Bu? reau o?' Criminal Identification j~es^er BY NEWTON FU ?5SLE. "Ar>a OLD SHOF;> is the f ?? most powerful ^*"*' novel de ?sling with certain phases of, Am?srican business and ?social life since Dreisers two ?great books, 'The < .."?ensus' and 'The Financier.' It has a relentlessly .f\,mk strength and sincerity of purpose which easijy rank Mr. Fuess?e wi' h such writers as Scott Fitzgerald, Floyd Dell, Sher wood Anderson, and the ?rve or six young English novelists whose names come quickest to both of ?our minds." This estimate of GOLD SHOD was made by one of th e f orem?ost literary ?critics in America, who read the book in raanu scrip fc. If you follow the care tit of GOLD SHOD in the book reviews, you will.? be able to easily iden? tify,?? the critic we quote he?i. $2.00 everywhere. Dauntless Brings ZB-2 Victims Horn? ^Viewof British warship showta^skets of Americans on the dec .. j day Detective Lieutenant John Hv AV lien was presented by the detecti*tt<es cf : the forro with a 3olid gold bad^e i studded with diamonds. ?. lutenant Airen joined the po'rice force February 27, L894, as a "pa*/:roi i mrrn. Two years lat r* he .vas made, a sergeant, and two years fo??y/in/g be? came a lieutenant of detectives, He orgaaized the criminal identification bureau and became known th-r?ughout ? the country as a crimin *7:-;. and i n?:;-.-;r-i!rr^<ni: -f. He i atired be ? cause of ili health. ?-+-?_ ; Greek Church Fre?ale Honors Miss (da&htsmn i he acting Patriarch /?of the Greek Orthodox Church has awarded the ? gold ?? . Jerusalem? t? Miss Emana D. Cushman, of 7:1 ? aanilton Place, this city, in recognition of her serv? ices as a missionary//an-d worker :"or the Near East Re!i<^? among the Ar? menian and Greek 'refugees of Asia Minor, it was anno (faced yesterday. The cross conta:r-s a small piece of wood .-?aid to have /been taken from the tree from which ttre original cross was j made. During the wr/it Miss Cushman was j consular represeirtative for the United ' States and for Holland at Konia, Tur I key, where sh ?, cared for the Allied ? prisoners. Thy Council of the League of Nations appointed her one of a com ! mittee of thi^je to report on war-time : deportations .n that part of the world. At present ehe is in charge of the Near I East Relief 'Trachoma Hosnital at Con j stantinople/L I Miss B-.'-R. Miller Engaged To Mayor of Piai-rx field PLAIN/J'IELD, N.J., Sept.16.? Colonel and M/js*. Samuel Rolfe Millar, of Front. J?Ayal, Va., to-day awno-truced th . eng.--.gi ,77 ?--!-.: of their daughter, Miss Berta Randolph Millar, to Mayor Chari rs S. Loizeaus of Plainti ? Mr, Loizeairx is the son of Mr. and at Fj/airrmount Seminary. Washington. She /is a great-granddaughter of G era'? Thomas Jetfferson Randolph. She is t. mem Colonial ] ?ames. i Air. Loizeau is the son of Mr. and M ?-s. Johua D. Loizeaux, of Plainfield, a ttd through the war served as a cap tjfean with the A. E. F. in France. He /s vice-president of the J. D. Loizeaux i /Lumber Company. The wedding will /??cake place in the early winter. Going On To-day PAY American Museum of Natural Hlstor--. ad? mission I n e Metropolitan Museum of Art; admission j-..,.,. Aftuaxium; admission free New York Btetarical Society; atrlmis.sior. urtlancH Park Museum: ?ulmission Zoologr! Pi acrrrfiasion free. Carretitutior ? ">.?? ? services at the Cnlts'd sub-Treasury; Wafl ana Nassau Htr-ctK. 1? o'oiook noon. Police Field Day games; Graveaend Race Trtutk, Broot?lxn, v. p. m. ZB-2 Memorial Services; Navy Yard. Brooklyn. SI p, m. N?GHT Dinner tn raise funds tor Hoo.v r :omi tee for reliai of narviuy Ruas ati . Hot Pennsylvania, 7 o'clock. Address by Louise- Bryan:. s ?a a; p m s ra E ?3 Every Woman wH3 read ?7 as eagerly as she would her ?we biography. Fer ?be same reason and bees?o; it in as ew?n more ?brilliant and ?yririfrjg now?! ?ien PG7TERISM, every men rfiil read it, too. N. P. D., that rnott searching and discriminating critic of tbe New York Globe, ?ays in a long and en thuciastic re-.?iewo! DANGEROUS AG?5 : "Above ai!. Roae MacaaLay ?a the moat aoirU-ad am! ma ?fable jgf modern ?toiy tsliar.6". BC?N! ?X!'VE-'te'iQ'PFT ? Richard F. Clarke, Lawyer and Author, ?Dies at Age of 62 Was Known as Authority on international and Cor? poration Legislation and Handled Famous Cases iard Eloyd Clarke, an anl on nternational lav: and autl ? if "T e I Science of Law and Law- A Permanent Tribunal of International , Arbitration," and other ! yesterday at his country home at Stony : Creek. Conn. Mr. Clarke was a member of the New ; York Southern Society, Colonial Order I of the Acorn, University Club of New ; York, New York Yacht Club, Larchmonl ! Yacht Club, Atlantic Yacht Club, Down ! town Association and Manhattan Chess : Club. He was born in Columbia. S. C. ; October 14, 1859, the son of Le ! and Caroline B. (Clarkson) Clarke. H? ! was a graduate of the College, of the j City of New York ami of Columbia Col \ lege Law School, in both of v. ? won honors. Mr. Clarke was a well known inter? national and corporation lawyer. Dur? ing his professional career he was con? nected with many important cases. He ?vas counsel of the New ; rk u ' Nev Jersey Bridge Company th North River Bridge Com -any. prosecuted the famous "Kemp and Dun lap ".'.'' 11 case ?'. rie a ?;-? ired United ?' ' and . ? agains'.r Venezuela in the mm richfteld clarmr" un 1er th protocol between the united St Venezuela, involving P-eeaidexTE Castro destructive ai a3phait and rai Hi prjfoi ecnted t?te ( of th ivney ? Rokeby Conatruction Com] ?sha? government under the Plat amendment for the execution of con tracts involving sewering and paving o Havana. Mr. Clarke was counsel -for the Unite? States in the boundary ar'nitration dis pute with Mexic-i devi known as che "El C I volvimg title to lands at El Pas. had beer; in dis] o Mesici and the United States Ci r mor sixty years. Prof. W. T. Hcftrett, Cornell. Dead m hm \ ?Mad Lived Abroad Since 1*913 and Aided ErEtiali Foreign Office String V News -vas received hejse yesterday of ihe detrfch or' Waterman T-homas Bew? eist, prirfesaor emeri*us of Corns varsity, which in London Tuesday. He had lived abroad nd for tiif . the Bri Foueign Office in pies? cr.use r ? bed He was born in SEtarai, ?l?o., January ;, ? ? | ? | the deflT'-t of Mai ? ' f'.vo years later. He fbroatl, studyii Seid? Li.?run an? v From 1870 t<> 1883 |# ?.>??? ? ? ' (;??":? tan <?;?;'.Lui-.- at Com ? artmont in tap latfc? r year. He !, retJaea and wae made pre em?ritas in 1910. [o ?9Q7 bv Cornell asa of Bolosrna. i the del ? .*? I I ?ophical Societ. Geneve, and LekpzU?. or editor of ru works, contributed i v ?v.t\ irnes and was a member - ? ma cieties. Hi? iir-- . ' ? ?? ? c: Me Chain, of Ithaca. Pix yeajfts later he married K ,. Mazy Loci-re. of Ra bruiser Brings Home ?;*ad of IP s-aittJe Fired ai Gijvenior's [gland a- ?se Dauntless and Escorl of Planes ;*,?(] Destro-. ? rs Arri we Harbor Fias? at K ?er. ices Will I fel? for 15 Dead ai the Navy Yard To-dav; D' ? Attend laere wa . . i-eri the ... .'? r ? -i eg&, rounded the norl ? and ;>ns>!.'<i at slow ?? ixe Battery toward ? Yard. ? n ?ible <1 1 out of the gray :? ? ????-. o leaks ! m. ?-.. r .:- re and th? ??tramp" arr. were run .ai o I Lining the deck of Dau ftcers and crew stood motion! ??:??/. o? heat - : - *-?-... U. S. Destroyers Meet Dauntless The Daunl . by a ?? of navy air . .. . ... over rring the of the jour- ? ney. Destroyers 73, Tl pre? ceded * brought ap the rear. Alongside w-j-e ?! came the nava! tug Pssn . tucket, with Capt ; resenting the Sei E the Navy, : and Commander C. R. Robinson, acting ! for the commander of the navy yard, : aboard. Aboi rs were I I in the escort party. Residents of Staten Island lined i points of observation to catch a glimpse of the vessel b aringthe of the men who y when the bijg airship crashed during her tria! nigh over Hull a few v ? ago. At the . a crowd watched from the sea wall during the few brief minutes of . ? he procession. ?rived at its pier at the I 10. On tiie Dauntless' a guard of honor, con Their ri?as muzzle clown and the guard stood ; with hands, folded on th*- butt e . .... Beers of the Lournjng bai id of Brazilian sailors ! stood on on the rear deck of ? Mirras Ge ' y. On British cruiser were two naval officers. Lieutenant and Lieutenant C. A. cer. Services ai Navy Yard To-day the Amanean sa'.iors to a 'iiilding in the navy i yard specially prepared to recidive ! them. They will remain there under ; guard until this afternoon, when they j will be transferred u> the aquane in the yard arranged for the funeral serrv Stands for speakers, guests and ; friends of the dead sailors have been -i in fron? of the Radio Rrriii ing. T e navies of Great Britain, raz?l, beside our own, will be ted. Services will be? gin ar . the yard will be opened to the public an hour earl er ??? tary of the Navy Deifbs '.?:;... tin D. 1- . KeK ' D. D. Porter, ight to represeni at the funerai ceremonies. Other Wa ton navy officials who will attend are Rear Admiral W. A. Moffett, head of .: :'eau of aeronaut.cs; Command? er Kenneth Whiting, Lieut mander Zachary Lansdowne and En , of the same bureau. i rrangementa are in charge oi iin C. T. Voj of the . Roman Catholic th will be used. Captain w Giea officiate ar . roteatant service ? d by Lieutenant" C, N ' ?? Both are navy*- chaplains. ." bodies of Commander Louis H id. Lieutenant Commander Va! i Bieg and Chief Machinist's Mat? George Welch will be interred at th. National Cemetery at Arlington, Va The body of Lieutenant Commande] a ??? .? ' ? :?? I b iried at :; -a so-. ? the services. The bodies of th< others will be sent to the hoi their relatives. v Services To-day For Clmfi. B, Grimsibaw . Dean i>f Hospital Superintend ents Had Been al Roosevelt insli tu lion 34 S?teass Funeral services for Char les 'B. Grim - !ont of Roor-evek Hbs .- ? i itution acute leucatEmia, will be ' held in the hospital to?-day at 1 o'clock. Mr. Grimshaw, who had been super? intend.? tl nstitution for four . and in its employ a total thirty-four years, was cons pita! superintend? . ? ? ?? member ? rence. , ? ? ' on a.: ?it, as important cora;:. He was ftrstrtrmental in founding the i'i Bureau of bandaij?a and Sap ;x years a/go, ?1 one or" its D ? ??ressiv? members, Mr. ? but wa or. ali v con? nu d-ioaj pro ereidited with having other individual pit?is to a . I i CHA-RaJBS A. KALl??i m K? ?????)?> had tr for twenty-live aber of the ?irm of Ivah-h & ; Kaiish, distl yesterday at the Hotel ; Cotham after a short ?lness. He was born in Buekport, Sfe . . on the Xew Yuri: l ? ol. Fc/ s? after his admission to the bar he wa ;r*?,j with the late Justice , of the Supreme Court. With his ? brother, Ech - forme ; ran of Kali: b & . Two brothers ? ter survive . him. Funeral services wi:l be' held at 10 a. m. to-morrow at Fornihai's Fa? nerai Chapel, F' r Lsjrington Avenue. PAUL MANDE Mande, president of tea manufae Clirrabeth-'r. Host i vci-terday sf.?or a loug Uiaess. He wa?. ? si*rtv-si:< years o?d. Bom in 6?r*au j he 'carae to this .country with his I parent-* wh-en he ?a? thirteen y-ars , 044. m *J& the pioneer maau shestr,*! good? in - his wif-7 ? laughter. ' ? ices ws,J ne ?*.<?*'o* a*" ?! -'"h--.-rch, ?i-w ... ;-:?;?--?.?., on MonuA-s ? r?" - Birth, F-'n-rrac-m-rnt, WarHage. iieath awl In Memoriarr; Notic?? ?nap 6c t?l?phonai '<# The Tribuns " Swe *;?> (0 miffnight fcr in? sertion in thi- m -1 Ja'/s pepet. t*htme Seekmcn 3000. MARRIED 1_ _. :? It.:. I ? - ' ? ft; ".:'. PEATHS _ ?** ': ' ;; : I ? ?-. ?B aV :r Liv-?-** - USA < < HI '?- er fS. - ? ?? - - ft? 1. - topttsl Bo-ah, - ...... .... widow " ? ? m. In ?:>-?*, f?. T., ? ? -rai-! TV 1 va - it. at - .. m. ? v I wife t>< Cha ?a*-? h?- et" : tri ma.?-? a m. I .Herrn -.- Creek. I'onn.. . -lie. in arsdale te. v Train - 35 p. m ?jiET tint?), arriving Pro. rada r:it sav tng -. DAST?Su?aaonlT. on Thaw-day, SfiD*e-mbe.r Uueba-nd of Edi-rh 9 Tin.? av . Sarf n I r-.d. UttMUtHCHH?fleptenrber 16. 1921. Ori t. beloved mother ef b-.--j. f Pickir. sun. Funeral ?wrv.tee u; dence SOO Port m av , Batur ? i>0"NrHTAX--A* G-ir.-*^n City, K v Sep. ??- 14, 1S21. John F. P- I be he'd ft r;!"--rNKF-JS!' ?-? .*:-. "*"? ptember - - ? bar [aire Orajjp * '" iun*.y \" S , ber ' ?? :t; : o ] m., ;-..? -? I FAR?KI.?.- n ?' at hfi- r?sidence. I i ?< at., s,<?, ? - - Edward ? h.?l.-bva; ! I: C Qbnrch. Leonard "n. on ?a: i .1 ? i a. to. fntepmeat Ca?very 1 I GAV it. Cheat? A. Gay, 1 ?en f GIUtASP?E?-At Kingston :?*. V. 3?p - ber r tV ott Gllllspie. Fun . , .... GP.?.MSHAW ? ?otter '.' tau b?i ? . - - real - x afternoon, B< ' " .?? ? oek. Ini'o-' anraveatenoe :. :: HtrMHOJt.N- - -i ? Stai ?;.-:. 9ep . ... ..... ; B .it Vounr :? . r., Bun<L 1 ax, on HEWETT ber r r: Wn1.ui n I ? ? ?or BILLS? ' Iiu!k'*le? . . ? Tea ? Mrs .-ii<?r?.vui d Hard. Fenersaj wmti ? ? ? fjiaon, ? r,()ITl'S -!t Par s, r.i.lft'lK. Wil" Of ti?'l Uoftue, an<' fl : u :?' and M . r . i ? 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