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Dutch Fete lo Sell Hats
Roosevelt House Festival al
Plaza To-day i<> Have Ai<?
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BOOKS AND/ rr^ORS
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- < Mighty Mirror
the soul of th<
i h r i s t i ?kn
Rev. ?'? Louis
Hartsock of St.
cha rae te rizeii
riows." That the author, "A Gen?
tleman with a Duster," would make
some startling disclosures in his
book of revelations is taken foi
granted by those who read his other
"Mirror" books. But in
????? 's a bit more of the personal
appeal-?he tells about something
which concerns us all, however re?
motely. Some church hit-- or has
had a part in the lives of most peo?
ple?and if it hasn't now, perhaps
IV; n? o to s
wjli show the reason. At any rate,
pulpit and press have welcomed it.
it I.- the chi !f topic of convei ati >n
where books are discussed. You
may not aeree with it..but you cer?
tainly will read it with unfaltering
attention. 12 portraits. $2.50
Sines Miss Anr" Lowell's glowing
review made people realize what
tb?y were missing by not reading
THE DRAGON IN
the salea of this novel have taken a .
bop, ???kip and jump. It isn't exactly
the kind of hook we would recom?
mend for h convalescent, but if you :
can stand a sh< ck and a shiver, you '
w'ii! find :i a r< - rkal le ; ieee' of :
writing and a strangely haunting
Even at the risk of being
first to discuss publicly the
more or less popular subject i
of vacation, we refuse to con?
ceal the fact thatElonJessup's
is first niu. guide, inspirer and
instructor to all those who i
want to live in the open with
all the comforts of home.
is the author
_ _ m is the title
;. si?\Y is a pulsating cross sec?
tion of life among the people who
work, and prod ice, and who missing
nwny of life's refinements find
?mpensating things of greater and
?ore satisfying worth. \ romance
Vl"i a pleasing after taste.
It * Time to Listen
\\ Elon Jes up and
??nn Duncan Dunn,
vv?o take all ti e mys?
tery cut of golf and
make the game seen;
?~?gl: pie m
their boi I
INTIMATE GOLF TALKS
S*8? !" istn Lions al. ne are worth
"?price of thi b< ok, ? !.00. -
Just keeps gliding through succ?s
'"e printing?, largely because so
?*ny people like Jne smacking ssa
ohTVr * ta,le* lhc? ^ack to the
atid ppor 'h'P days of romance
rod *civen-u>'e. Meadc Minnige
e ha* registered with this novel.
___ G. P. P.
Easter Books |
x I'.?.? Editions ?>f EnRll*b <?>
? Poet?, nevotlonal BooUa, ?,
?j> Bullen m,-! Fra>?r Ilooka \
? DUT TON'S I
a 681 Fifth Avenue 4
nanels was executed hi a ?mckgrouiul
for the display by Francis H. Markoo,
On Mrs. Francia Carolavi's c.>n.nu< ?
tro are Mrs. Oliver B. Bridgman. Mrs.
acorra Hart?n Prsttch. Mr?. Kdna II
I.. Uogo. and assisting her will be Mrs,
Cort van der Lynden and Miss Char?
lotte Demoresfs group of Junioi
League git] . who will not -is "mtlliner
All the features of a fair will !>?> ?n
: eluded In the festival, besides a vaude
ville show nnet bridge, and it will con
? nude with :i dance.
nuso of the d? p.th < ' Frai c ; C
1 ?i ley, father of Mrs. Oliver Harri'
' ' ?nal president of the Camp
' ?Girls, was announced at th ?
of the Camp Fire Girls.
?" cnteenth Street, yesterday,
? ?? ?. Hnrrlman would retire from
the active cY krge of the organization's
benefit al the Metropolitan Opera
H u " April 20.
Mrs. T. J. Oakley Rhinelander and
Mi . Alie? McKaj Kelly, vice'presi
dent . will i. ?ad the work for the
Daughter Horn ?it Potts Home
' ? and Mrs. .). Mockley Potts, of
64 East Eighty-sixth Street, and Stam?
ford, Conn., aro receiving congratula?
tion! on the birth o: a daughter yos
terday. Mrs. Pottf? was Miss Agatha
Gerli, daughter of Joseph (lerli. of
270 Park Avenue.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles C. Ransom
are being congratulated on the? birth
of n daughter last Tuesday a* 2fi East
Ninety-first Street, Mrs. Ransom was
Miss Emma Peabody, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen Peabody. She is a
granddaughter of the late George G.
Mrs. Joseph K. Widener gave a din?
ner last nighl at Pierre's. Her guests
included Mrs. Crawford Hill. Miss
Florence Loew, Charles W. Han ford
and Benjamin Welles.
Among those who entertained at
luncheon yesterday at Pierre's were
Mrs. Dave H. Codaington, who had as
In r guests Miss Susan Fish Dresser
and Miss Margaret Wright.
Others who had luncheon there
were Mrs. Jeromo Napoleon Bona
parte, Mrs. Alfred N. Beadleston am!
M ?ss Peggy W atson.
Mrs. John Floward Child, of Cali?
fornia, who is at the Plaza, gave a
luncheon there yesterday for Mrs.
Edward S. Caldwell, of Sania Barbara.
The guests included Mrs. C. Alan
Arthur, Mrs. Warner M. Leeds, Mrs.
Bertram G. Goodhue and Mrs. William
Mrs. Henry Stuyvesant Dudley en
tortaincd at luncheon yesterday at the
Plaza for the Marquesa de Santa Ana
v Sal 'a Maria, of Spain. The guests
included Mrs. Cortlandt S. Van Rens
selaer, Mrs. Janus G. Shepherd, Mrs.
Howard Carroll, Mrs. Daniel Runkle
and Mrs. '["liornas Shaw.
Miss Katherine Van Ingen save a
SALE TONIGHT AT 8:i 5 I
Mis? Charlotte K. Detiiorest
She is chairman of the "millinerettes," who will sell hats at the Hutch
Festival this afternoon at the Hotel Plata for the benefit of the Roose?
velt Memorial Association
; luncheon yesterday at Sherry's for Miss
Miss Margaret Hermcssy also enter?
tained ai, luncheon at Sherry'a.
j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aldrich have
i returned to the city from Proi ?deuce
I and are at the Rltz-Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. Peace Hazard have
[arrived i:i town from Pencedale, K. I.,
; am! are at the Hotel Lorraine.
Mr. and Mr?. Charier, Morgan, <>f
: Islip. L. I., also are jit the Lorraine for
' a few days.
, Mrs. David Dtiws is in town for a
| few days from her country place ?it
? Glen Head, L. L, and is at the Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hunt Talmago
; who were at the Ritz-Carlton for a few
: day?, have returned to Princeton, N. J
Mrs. Francis M. Scott has closed hei
I home at 42 Park Avenue and is wit!
i her daughter, Mrs. Joseph R, Trues
| dale, at "26 East Eighty-sixth Street.
j Gaffs Are Dinner Hosts
i For Mr. and Mrs. Weeki
I Senator and Mrs. Capper Al?<
Entertain; Luncheon. Bridgt
I and Tea at the Chevy CIta,i<
From the Tribune's Washington Bureau
] WASHINGTON, April 6.?The Secre
I tary of War and Mr:;. Weeks were th
! guests in whose honor the Assistai!
j Attorney General and Mrs. Guy Dei
pard Got? entertained a dinner coir
pany of twenty-two to-night. Mrs. Go!
sffiaa?i?iiiiaa??.ii_r?1 - i ,.?,,? <- ?: "^-=r?ss=
by H?rvey Wickham
A rare combination?
.4 stirring tale of adventure
and a detective story?all in one
Edward J. Clodc Publisher New York
will entertain at a luncheon Saturday.
Mrs. rhomas B. Dunn, wife of Repre?
sentative Dunn, entertained thirty
guests-at luncheon to-dav at the Chevy
Chase Club, followed by a b idgc nartv
?<'? -: '. : ibles. .
Miss Irene Russell entertained at
bridge, followed by tea, '?'is afternoon
a, the Chevy Chase Club, in honor of
?Nias Vivian Gordon Brown, who will
be a bride of Easter Monday.
'"i>. Fenn, wife of Representative E
Hart Fenn, < ntertained at tea this af?
ternoon at the New Willard Hotel in
, honor of Mrs. Hilliard Smith, of Hart,
, lord, Conn.
Senator and Mrs. Arthur Capper en
| renamed sixteen at dinner to-night.
I -Mrs. T. Septimus Austin entertained
? twelve at luncheon to-dav in her apart?
ment at the Dresden,
?New Yorkers at Springs
Dined by F.C.Hendersons
sl ' ' '"' /,; -."'iv,\ '., v /,, Tribu?/'
; HOT SPRINGS, Va., ApnM 6-Temp?
erature, 46; weather, unsettled
? One of the most successful'dinners
oi the season was given to-night at the
Homestead by Mr. and Mrs. Frank C
Henderson, of Roslyn, L. I. Among
? heir guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
I'. Luckenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J
I ???BmB' M,rs- Frederick HerreschofL
of New lork; Miss Mathilde McCor?
mick, o? Chicago; Mile. Julia Mangold
| of Switzerland; Howard A. Colby Rus?
sell G Colt, John Bain jr. and William
i i!t, o, New York, and Edward Nickcr
son, of Montreal. After the dinner Mr
and Mrs. Henderson took their guests
to the concert of the University of Vir?
ginia Glee Club.
The New York colony at the Home?
stead received addition.; to-dav, among
them being Mrs. Payne Whitney Mr
ana Mrs. J. A. Squire, Mrs. Richard 3
Forhan, Mrs. Walter S. Cuse, Mrs. Ed?
gar B. Ward. Kenneth B. Ward Wil?
liam Tilt, David J. Allingham, Linden
Stuart. R. Reid Rogers, Roger T Mel
lick and William S. Haskell. Joseph
B. Whitehcad arrived to-day from New
\ork and is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Arthur K. Evans, of Atlanta, at. the
Villa E!. li.
Miss Mathilde McCormick and Mile.
Julia Mangold went on horseback to?
day to Fas3ifein Farm for luncheon
and came back through the' Jungle
Road. Miss MeCormick will be joined
to-morrow by her sister, Miss Muriel
-McCormick, with whom she will depart,
accompanied by Mile. Mangold and
Howard A. Colby, for Lexington, Va.,
lo meet Harold F. and Fowler Mc?
Cormick. to celebrate her birthday at
the old McCormick farm, between Lex?
ington and Staunton, Va. The party
will return on Saturday to remain'unti'l
the end of April.
SALE TO-DAV AT ;:;o
of the HOUSE
By FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Author p.' "The Shuttle," etc.
The most beautiful
romance of the year
At all bookshops, $2.00
TTX.TVCC- xrtti*riwBnxvMv?r:j!J^jjiz*jx,v4%Mm3 ?wa*.
oAu cI(eroir Woxes
of BOOKS, etc.
For Travellers by
Steamer or Train
$5 $10 $15 up
681 Fifth Ave., opp. Su Thomat't
143,895 Paid for
6! Paintings in Sale
Of Art Association
Collection Is Mainly of the i
French Impressionist and
Barbizon Schools; Some
American Canvases Sold
A collection of sixty-one paintings,
mainly of the French Impressionist
and Harbison schools, was sold for
a total of $48,890 last night at the!
Plaza Hotel under the direction of the
American Art Association. A majority j
I of the work? were consigned by Win?
kel and Magnussen, e>f Copenhagen '?
while the specimens of the American j
school were t!u- property of several
| private owners.
Adolph Schreyer's "The Arab Chief
. tain" attracted the highest bidding
and wcnl eventually to E. P. Albee for
&<J,000. The Durand-Ruel gallery,
; which bid heavily on the Impression?
ist paintings, acquired Monet's "Coastal I
i Chalk Cliffs Near Fecamp" for $4,100
and the sum.? painter's vivid costal
! marin.. "A Sunlight Effect at Belle
Isle-" lor $2,000. 'I he. remaining sales,!
: which included several examples by |
I Sisiey, Courbet, Ziem and Corot, fell
far below these maries.
Typical Schreycr Subject
?chre? ?i' subject, one of his :
'".n - ? company j
of armed riders led by their chief on '
i icn ly painted ,
?.'.?ii> ". ? iiiv-iour by fo?ty-six inches
111 siae ?'?" cami irom the collection of
I Ihr Hani, ii firm. The first Monet, a |
j gray, vaporous effect in light key show?
ing the si?-e>]i French coastland in com-!
I position with a tranquil sen, was al
pane! twenty-four by thirty-one inches.;
The other specimen, somewhat smaller,'
was a striking study in impressionism
revealing a strong play of sunlight on
a deep bliiG ruined sea broken by ?ut- i
; i ng rocks.
Corot's '"Hamlet,-' a luxurious land?
scape, in which are portrayed the fig
I mes o? the Dane and the grave-dig- ,
i gers, was _sold to M. R. Dodson for
?^J,7.r>0, while the same sum was paid
for another Monet, which went to the,
Durand-Ruel Gallery. This was the
rural landscape "Giverny." The most'
valuable of the American paintings ?
proved to be an early example painted
by George Innoss, \r. .A., during his,
| days in Italy, called "Roman Cam-1
pagna." This brought $1.530 from E.
Others Bring High Pri?es
Other sale'.; wore:
?U'.mhor Slltlne." by Pierre Ronotr, c?,
' : 'm and Rue . SI 160; "The Harvest," b?,
' Pissarro, to Durand Kuol, $550; "Dancers
"i i!i" Ball il," by Kdgui Degas, to Durand
i Ruel. ??050; "The Sirens," i\ Felix Ziem, to
' n. Chester, $575: "The Moss Gatherer," by
Pissarro, lo Durand-Rue!, $1.525; "Tha Wa
! 1er Mill." by Emllo van Marcko, t.? Edward
Brand?is, $575; "Monteroau," by Alfred
?'i-:. to Dornnd-Ruel, $925; "The Barge
I "Basin." by Alfred Stsley, to Durand-Ruel,
- ???. "Flowery Meadows," by Claude Mo
nel. lo I mrand -Ttuel, $1,050.
'The Dam," by Uustavo Courbet, to
; Kraushaar Galleries. $525: "Winter," by
Gustave Courbet, lo Kitward lirundus.
i $1,250; '"I he- Loing in Flood at Moret."
?by Alfred Hlsley, to Durand Ruel, $1,025;
"The Wood Cart; Early Morning," by
I Louis Paul Dcssar. X. A., lo .lohn Levy
' Gallery, $725; "Fording en route to Utah.
i", Ei edei to Remington, t" ' ?coi ?re II
Alnatee, $500; "Tarpon Spring, Florida,
I.- George Inness, N. A., to Uabcock Gal?
"Woman Eating Grapes," by Albert
,?n.Ire. ic. Durand-Ruel, $625; "Giverny
i.spect." by Claude Monet, to Durand
Ruel, $1,750, "A Haay Day," by Jean
Bi p?late Camille Corot. I" Charles B.
i Potera, $775; "Constantinople," by Felix
; 7A . i" Edward Branelus, $750; "ForeHl
Landscape," by Jules Dupre, to Charles
!'. tors, $500; "The New Vintage," by Jean
. i ?eorg. s Vlbert, to John Levy Galleries,
$500; "Tl." Forest Pool,'' by K. Irving
Couse, N, A., to Cyrus Lozler, ?TL'5; "Path
; Through the Woods," by Claud?! Monet, to
Foxes Elude Moonlight
Hunt at White Sulphur
Special Dispatch to Thr Tribune
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.
Va., April 6.?Temperature, 58; weath?
? Riders at Greenbrier joined a fox
hunt last night that began at 9 o'clock
| and gave them a moonlight chase over
fen or twelve' miles of mountain. The
I hound3 started two trails, one at Cone
; Hollow and another at O'Neill's Knob.
I but neither fox was run tn earth, and
1 the riel?is cam?' in without a brush at
i 2 o'clock this morning'. Lawrence
j Dixon, M. F. ]i.. was in charge. Robert
Appleton, of New York; Miss Kather?
ine Field, of Chicago, and Miss Olive
Kaklo were among those' riding.
Mr. and Mrs. Effingham Lawrence, of j
i New York, arrived to-day, to remain i
? over Easter. Other additions to the
j colony were Mrs. C. IT Gray, New
? York; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones,
! Montclair; C, T. Lineweaver and Mrs.
j A. H. Rosegarten, Philadelphia; I. E. 1).
! Pierpont, Boston; Mrs. William Cul
j bertson and Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Bradsby, Louisville; Mrs. Richard Ste
! vens and Mrs. Edward B. Condon, Ho
; boken, and Dr. and Mrs. R. Seamon and
! E. T. Donohoe, Chicago.
Going On To-day
American Museum of Naturul History; ad?
mission free. ... . , ,
Metropolitan Museum of Art; admission
Aquarium; at?, mission free.
New York Historical Society; arlmlssion
Van Cortlandt Park Museum, admission
free. , ,
Zoological ParU. admission fee?'.
Luncheon of the Press e'lub, 21 Spruce
Sireet 1 o'clock. Address by Richard
E. Enrlght on "The Police and the
Lecture by Professor Marguerite einnent
on "The Bourgeoisie," Town Hall, 11
: Dutch festival for tha benefit of Roosevelt
Mouse, Hotel Plaza, from noon to mld
1 Noonday Gospel servir.-.?'. B. F. Keith's
Palace, 12 -to 1 o'clock, une) at B. F.
I Keith's Riverside Theater, Ninety-sixth
Street and Broadway,
: Luncheon of the American Criterion So?
ciety, Hotel Commodore, 1 o'clock.
Meeting of Metropolitan Ktuelent Branches
' of the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, 2!? West Thirty-ninth Street,
3 o'clock. ?
? Exhibition of Good Taste ,n Dress for
I Young Girli?, 65 East Fifty-sixth Street,
:;:;:() o'clock. ... , .
? Performance nf "The Idiot, adapteel by
John Cowper Powys from the novel by ?
Dostolovsky, for the benefit o? Bables' 1
Welfare Federation, Republic Theater. I
2:30 o'clock. ? l
Lecture by Professor Earl Barnes on "The
Balkans and Turkey." auspices of As?
sociate Alumnie of Hunter College, 4!
Lecture by Everett Dean Mariin on "Can I
Human Nature Be Changed by Legisla
tion?" Cooper Union, 8 o'clock.
I ecture by Dr. S. C. Schmucker on "Groat
Nature Lovers- Thoreau, or the Philoso?
pher in the Woods." Brooklyn Institute
of Arts and Sciences. Academy of Music, i
h:! ? o'clock.
Dramatio and humorous recital by Do
light Beckwlth and puplis. at >. W. C. J
A.. 121th Strt?c-t and Lenox Avenue, 8:15
I $39,100 for Stamp Is
Highest Prier Yet Paid
? nidentified \merica?i Buy*
Guiana Issue of 1856 for
PARIS, April c (By The Associated
Press).- A one cpiit British Guiana
stamp, issue of 185(5, black on carmine,
sold to-day for 300,000 francs at the
auction sale of tho famous liaron Fer?
This price, plug r,-i;. per cent state
tax, ranking a total of ."?02,500 francs,
was tin' highest, pnce ever paid for a
stamp in France. The specimen was
knocked down to an American, who de?
clined to give Ins name, after lone; and
The bid of 852,000 francs, or approxi?
mately $89,100* at) current exchango
rates, is Cue highest price ever paid
for u postage stamp. Only one cony
of tho British Guiana stamp is known
to exist. The highest previous price on
record for a single stump was paid
laut Jane in Paris for another gem of
the Ferrari collection- 156,000 francs
($17,800) for an Hawaiian first issue.
Funeral Services Held
Here for Robert Glasgow
Body of Publisher Is Sont to
Toronto, and Burial Will
Take Place To-day
Funeral services for Robert Glasgow,
widely known publisher, who died
Tuesday, were held yesterday at 4
o'clock in All Angels' Church, Eighty
first Street and West End Avenue. The
body was sent to Toronto and funeral
services will be held there to-day.
The New York service was conducted
by the Rev. S. Do Lancey Townsend
The pallbearers were George Parmlj
Day, president of Vale University
Press; Clarence E. Bilton, J. E. Findley
R. E. MacAlarney, Arthur Knowlsoi
and T. Chambers Rcid, the two lattei
representing tho ('anadian Club.
Mr. Glasgow, who planned and super
vised for Vale University Press tin
writing and publication of the fiftj
volumes of history known as "Tin
Chronicles of America" as well m
other educational works, was horn ii
Danville, Canada, September 3, 187fi
He first became associated in publish
?ng with Lippincott & Co. at Brantford
Canada, subsequently handling a de
partment for Morang & Co., of Toronto
In 1909 he entered into partnershi]
with Arthur H. Brook, this associatioi
continuing up to the time of his death
In 19H! the United States Publisher?
Association was formed in New Vor
with Mr. Glasgow as its president
Soon afterward publication of "Th
Chronicles of America'' was begun.
Surviving Mr. Glasgow are his wift
i Louise C. Harter Glasgow, whom h
i married in 1897 at Fredericktown, >
B.; two daughters, Jean and Yoyc<
and a son, Paul, all cd' New York Citj
His mother, Mrs. Helen Glasgow, als
S. K. Hodgdon, Booking
Expert of Keith's, Die
Veteran Who Listed Thousan
Vaudeville Stars Stricken
While Asleep at Home
Samuel K. Hodgdon, for more tha
; thirty years active in vaudeville affair
1 died yesterday morning in his sleep i
his home in the Bronx. He was sixt;
nine years old.
He had returned to his home sever;
hours before, after attending the six!
annual dinner of the' Vaudeville Mai
agers' Association, and apparently wi
in good health when he retired. Funer
j services will be held on Sunday mornir
at the Palace Theater. Mr. Hodgdt
! is survived by his wife and two sons.
For many years Mr. Hodgdon had bei
head of the booking department of t
. B. F. Keith circuit, and associated wi
the Keith interests since he enter
: vaudeville as one of the country's pi
I neers in that form of entertainmer
; He was born at Saco, Me., in 1853.
Mr. Hodgdon was known as the "nit
! who booked a thousand stars,''
Police Campbell Pallbearers
Six police captains were paubearc
! to-day at the funeral of former Polii
; Inspector James Campbell, eighty-s
?years old. Solemn tequiem mass wi
sung in St. Augustine's Church, Sixt
Avenue and Sterling Place, Brookly
by Mgr. E. W. McCarthy, pastor, [nte
ment was in Holy Cross Cemetery. ]
spector Campbell was forty years
tho Police Department, and retin
many years ago. He lived at l?'7 S
John's Place. Brooklyn.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn.. April 0
Major Frederick J. Breckbill, nation
commander in chief of the Naval ai
Military Order of the United Stat
and superintendent of mails at tl
local postoffice, died suddenly to-d)
from heart trouble.
During 1905 and 3.?30G Major Hrec
bill was department commander of tl
United Spanish War Veterans. He
survived by his wife, two sons and oi
daughter. Major Breckbill was bo
in Shelby, Ohio, fifty-three years a;
and removed from there to Poughkee
sic, and later to Danbury.
In the Spanish-American War
commanded a Connecticut battery.
L. H. WANAMAKER
L. H. Wanamaker, for thirty yea
the paymaster at the plant of ? t
Singer Manufacturing Company,
Elizabeth. X. J.. died in the Alexi;
Brothers' Hospital yesterday of a fra
ture of the skull, received when
fainted and struck his head on a tra
at the crossing of the Central Railror
Mr. Wanamaker was sixty years c
and was prominent in fraternal a
church circles. He was for thirty-fo
years president, of the Union Coun
Building and Loan Association of El
abeth. He is survived by a wife.
ABBIE M. MINORA
Snecinl Dispatch to The. Tribune
GREENWICH, Conn., April 6.?Abl
M. Minora died at her home, Byri
Road, to-day, following an illness
twenty years which baffled promine
physicians. She was fifty-six years ?
and is survived by her husband, Sa
ue!, and a daughter.
WILLIAM E. WILLIAMS
CHICAGO, April 5. -William
Williams, sixty-three years old, edr
of "The Chicago Heights Star," d
to-day. He. formerly worked on "1
Cleveland Plain Dealer" and other 01
EDWARD EVERETT SHANNON
BOSTON, April 6.?Edward Ever
Shannon, htfad of the millinery firm
Shannon Brothers, died at his ho
here late to-day. Mr. Shannon V
fifty year? old and a graduate of Bos;
University. He is survived by his wi
one sister and three brothers.
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Margaretta Smith to W?mI
Mrs. Katherine M. Smith, of 146 East
170th Street, nnnounee? the engagement i
of her daughter, Misa Margaretta Smith, I
t'i Hour,in,an Marsh BOSWOrth, of 471 ?
West 145th Street, youngest son of the
late Rev. 1*. B, Bosworth, former pastor
of the Washington Heights Baptist
Church. Mr. Bosworth i?t a Rhode*
Scholar at Trinity Collage, Oxford. He
is a graduate of the University of Ver
mont, 'id. Ho is sailing on the Homeric
on April 15 to continue his studies at
Birth, engagement, Marriage,
Pratli and in Mcmoriam Notice*
wiaii be telephoned In The Tribune,
any lime, up lo midnight for in?
sertion in the next day's paper.
Telephone Beel?man 3000.
FEAKSON?MAC (il'IRK--Mr?. Knth?rln?
Urqul irl MacGuIre announces the en
gagoment of her daughter, Kohin t'rqu
hart, to Richard M??t?aif Pearson, of
Concord, N, H. Dartmouth '20
All Jits?On Wednesday, April f.. ?922.
Flonrj W., beloved husband of iciixa
Aller?. In his ?: s t h year. Funrral servie?
at his late residence, ?M South 8th ?t..
Brooklyn, on Friday, April 7. at S:30
p. m. Interment at convenient e of
?A?.NKM.?William J., on
?I Ills home, 413 East 23d
Funeral on Saturday, at 9:30 a. m.;
thence to the Church of Our Lady ?.;"
Refuge, Foster m.d Ocean avs where
requiem masa will i>? ofteriid. Intesrmenl
Holy i Irosa ? 'emeter? .
BENT On April 5, 1922, nt her residence,
i 634 \\e.,t i:<:.!h st.. Emily C. Bsnt, wife
Frank l: l<em arid daughter of the
late Albert and Rebecca Cardoeo. Fu?
neral services will be held at 10 West
7Mh St . residence of her brother, Ben?
jamin N. Cardoeo, ?>n Friday, April 7. at
2 o'i lock.
? ItKnilMJ! ?n.-i-'ii.-i a. beloved wife of
the late Solomon Bcuthnor, In her D II
5 ear. ?S'ott le e of funeral ialor.
Bl.AMY Ruddonlj on April 1, Johann:..
'? ' of John H Blaney and daughter of
i!i" late? Joseph aifd Mary Pearl. Fu-I
iv'ial from h^r late residence, 226 West I
?tih st., Saturday, April 8. at 2 p. ni i
Jersey City papers please copy.
BBAINAKD ein Tuesday, April 4. 19?2.
Vto rls F, Brainard, in hi? 78th year, f.?r
merly of Albany. Service ami Interment '
Albany, N". V. Albany pap?is please <"?py. j
( AMPIIEI.I. lohn Henry, beloved husband '?
of Emma Campbell, on April 6th. Fu
vrai services at the Funeral Church,
Broadway and 66th st., .Saturday, April !
8th, 2 p. m Interment private.
CHAMBERS Mary Gaines, widow of Fred- ;
? m ? Erelinghuysan Chambers. Died,
April 6. J 02Li. at her home. 62 Wept 72d .
York City. Interment, Somer
CLAIR JO -Suddenly ne. Muskogee, t">kla ,
( n April 3, 1922, Veil v cl lire, dai g itei
of Mr, and Mrs John i Mullen. 300
West 49th fit. Notice of funeial on ar?
rival of body,
CLINTON en Tuesday, April 4. 1922.
James T., beloved husband of Edith M
l'Union (nee McC'lean) end eon of tho
late Jan cs and Nelllo ' :ilnton (nee Mul
I-'?' Funeral from the residence of his
brother, Walter P. Clinton, <u7 West 30th
si. Time later
?OOKI-: .-a.l'lenlv on April .1. 1 r>22. John
Funeral from his lat? residence, ill
Bt Ifi rd si . on FrbJay, April 7. a' P : ; o
a. m.; thence to St. Joseph's Church. Jri
termenl Calvary Cemetery.
'. COBNETT?Phillips Gardner, April 6, aged
16, son of Gardner and Alien Phillips
Cornott, at Bronxvilie, X V. Funeral
private. Pleaso omit flowers.
COYNE- mi Vprll b, 1922, Annie (nee Fltz
Simmons), widow of William Coyne. Fu- I
neral from her late residonce, 96 Tenth '<
av.; thence to St. Bernard's Church, West
14th st., on .Saturday. April 8, at 10 a. m.
Interment Calvary Cemetery.
CUNNINGHAM -Killed m action, on July
29. 1918. Pvt. F. C. Patrick Charles, Com?
pany K, 16Bth Infantry, beloved son of
the late Thomas and F?zabeth Cunning- '
i hum in?. Kimpey). Funeral from j
Qulnn's Undertakers Establishment. 6(H
West 4Hth si., on April 7: thence to St.
Baphael's Church, 41st st. and Tenth av.. :
where a requiem mass will bo e-elebnuefj !
ai 9:30 a. m. Interment Calvary Ceme- :
OOOl.EY At his residence, 215 East 120th:
st.. on April 4. 1922. John J. Dooley. b"
loved son of th? late John and Mary;
Dooley and brolher of Thomas Dooley |
uni Marv Farnan. Funeral Frldav, 9
a. m., thence to the Church of the Holy
Rosary. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
TM'SFI. -Joseph, on April 5. 1922. beloved
husband of Martha J. (nee Cummlngs).
Funeral services at his 'ate residence,
Bergenfield, N. J., Saturday afternoon.
April 8, at 2:30 o'clock.
1'UtMIA.ll -On April 4. 1922. Etta ?ln;i
per, beloved wife of Benjamin King
Farnham. Funeral services at her home.
15 Cortlandt av.. New Rochelle.. N. Y..
on Friday, at 2 p. m. Boston, Provi?
dence, e'hicago and ?Cansas City papers
i FAY?Agnes, beloved daughter of the ?aie
Edward and Margaret Fay (nee Mona
han) and sinter of Katie, Mary and John
i Fay, native of County Galway, Ireland.
Fut?' ral from tho residence of her sis?
ters, 2.10 East 34th st.. Flatbush, Satur?
day. 9:30 a. m., thence to Holy Cross
: FEEKEB?On April 4. 1922. Filen Felker,
beloved aunt of Alie.? o. Jepson. Funeral
from her late residence, 256 Eist st.,
Brooklyn, on Friday. April 7. at 9:30
r, m Requiem miss In Si. Michael's
!'.. (' e'hurch. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery. Automobile cortege.
I ?OLEY?On April 5, 1922, Delia T. (nee
Costollo), beloved wife of Edward J.
Poloy. Funeral from her late residence,
2380 Grand av., the Bronx, on Saturday,
April B, at 9:30 a. m. ; thence to the
Church of St. Nicholas of Tolentine, An?
drews hv. and Fordham rd.. where a sol
eain high requiem mass will be offered
for til- repose of her soul. Interment
elate of Heaven Cemetery. Philadelphia
papers please copy.
(?1I-D?On Tuesday, April 4, Catherin?. 21 5
East 36th st. Hequlem mnss at St.
Gabriel's e'hurch on Friday. April 7, at
9 a. m. Interment Falrfleld, Conn.
HABING?Suddenly, ?it Westwood, N. J..
tu? April 4. 1922. Albert Z. Harlng, In
his 76th year. Funeral services at his
late residence. Westwood, N. J., Sunday
HABTNEY?On April 5, 1922. Thomas H
l?artney, '.?-?loved husband of Elisabeth
lfartney (nee Quinn). Funeral Saturday
from his late residence, 931 Ogden av.
Requiem mass at Sacred Heart Church
i o n. m!
HATHFAVAY?On Wednesday, April B. at
Plnehurst, N. C, Curtis R. husband of
Elizabeth P. H.itheway, In ?he ti4th year
of his age. Burial at Ditehfleld, Conn.
HINMAN?On Wednesday, April 5. 1922.
Sarah, widow of Henry A. Ilinman. Fu
leral services nt her late reslderre?,
'i2l .Morris av.. Bronx, on Friday even?
ing. April 7, at 9 o'clock. Interment
HITCHCOCK?Suddenly, at ?"roton Falls.
N. Y., April 5, 1922, Purdy L. Hitch?
cock, M. D. Funeral services fit his late
residence on Saturday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Interment lvandell Cemetery.
So mers, N. Y.
HODGDON?Samuel K . husband of Annie
Hodgdon, April 6. Lying In state at the
Funeral Church, Broadway at 66th ?t.,
until Sunday. Funeral services at tho
Palace Theater Sunday, April 9, at 12:15
HUBBEIX?In Bridgeport, Conn., April 6.
1922, Catherine A, K. Hamilton, widow
of William Lewis Hubbell. Funeral serv?
il es will be held at her late residence.
214 Courtland st.. Bridgeport, on Satur?
day, 8th Inst., at 2:30 p. m. Burial in
Mountain Grove Cemetery.
IVANS?Suddenly. April 4, at her re?l
dep.ee, 428 Ma?on st., Brooklyn, N. Y.. ,
Isabella Helen Ivans, beloved wife of.
Thomas J. Ivsns. Funeral on Friday, j
April 7, at 9 a. m., with requiem mast?!
al St. Paul's Church, Clinton av. and
i'::rrtill at., Brooklyn, N. Y. Kindly omi' ?
JONES?On Tuesday. April 4, 1922, Elista- !
!>eih A. Jones, in her 24th year, dearly!
beloved wife of Isaac Haderrnan Jones j
and dear daughter of Mme. Zo?. Fu-:
ii'.ral services at 14 East 39th ?!.. on
Friday, April 7. at 2 p. m. Interment
private. Jamaica News and Telegraph
j please copy.
KEIXY?Thomas Franols, beloved husband
of Margaret fnee Heffernan), native of
Ballyvlllian, County Waterford. Ireland.
I'mieral from hi? late residence, 2521
Eighth av., on Saturelay. at 9:30 a. m, :
thence to the Church of St. Aloysius,
where a solemn high mass will be of?
fered. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
; KENNEDY?On April 6, at his residence,
227 Hatft 126th st., Alexander, beloved
father of Nellie and Hannah K'-nnedy.
I Funeral Saturday. 9:30 a. m. Requiem
mass at All Saints church. Madison av.
a ml 123th st.. at 10 a. in. Interment I
; Calvary Cemetery.
i KJEBNAN?On April 4. 1922, William, be
loved husband of Margaret Kiernan (re?,
Ryan i. Funeral Friday, April 7, at 9:30 I
a. m.. from his late residence, 325 East ]
43d st.; thence to the church of St. John
the Evangelist. East 56th st., where a !
solemn requiem mass Will be offered for j
the repose of his soul.
K1I.IXEN?On April 4. Minnie Tyler.!
Funeral saHrlcas on Friday, at 2 p. in..
at 2186 Lexington ?v. Interment St.
Michael's Cemetery. '
KVTK ?AI l'a. v... 1. M. .1.. on April I.
1922, Kllzab.th Kyfe. daughter of th.?
Ut? llfnrv ?:iil Francis A. !.. Kyt<
Funeral servie?* m Ail tfittUt Ohureh.
Scotch l'inir,--. >. j ,,r, Saturday, Apr:i
S, ftt ;3 p, j.i
DEVIN <>r, April g France* t.. Har',
dearly beloved wife of Gustav Levin.
ti iiiel??i (,r tri . int? Auren K nul Pheb?
ti Hart, of Three River?, ('?niel?, and
devoted mother of Bdltne, insu. Mr?.
Sydney A. Phillips, I-: r j . ? h f. Met* ?n<?
Herbert. Funeral strictly private.
.?'ARDIR-OB April S. 1!???. William, ha
l'?v. il son of the lato .lohn and Mary Mf
Ardl? n,?.-' M or lia) funeral from h!?
1 no residence, 303 Went 21sr st., on Frl
day. April 7, at 9 a m. Maf? of requiem
at Church of Bt. Colomb?, 5.30 a. m. In
terment Calvary Cemetery.
M'OLE nn April S. m2. Catherine, be?
loved daughter of th/- late Patrick at d
Catherine McCua, formerly of Bridge?
port, Cum! funeral from P .1 ITatton'a.
808 Bast 37th p* . on Friday, Apr:' 7. at
10 .3" a m Requiem n ass at :-?r Gabriel'?
Churoh, it a. ra Interment Calvary
( r metery.
M'liONAi.1) On Wednesday, April 5, 19?2.
William McDonald, belo' fl husband of
Margaret Donegan. Funeral from n's
late resldnnoe 2f"i 16th st., Brooklyn
Saturday morning. Requiem ma?* a
Holy Family Church, 10 a. m. ahar?. tu
Ml KRAv Hf.mh in?.' Harden), beloved
wife of Patrick W Murraj Funeral
from Hit Iste resident a, 82 Montgom
at. Friday, i? ?.o ?,. rn.; thence to S
Mary's Churr.l whei.lomn * .
ties* -\--111 !>>? nrtvroci for the rapos* ol
?oui. interment Calvary Cemterj
Ml K?H.i Killer! ?tl action. July 27. I?lt,
Winiam Victor, Companj C l< .th In?
fantry. Requiem mass at <>m Lady of
Lourdes. it2d ?>;. and \r\ I rdam ?v
Saturday. April *. a' 10 O'clock ln'"
miT.i Baal Orange, N. .1.
M:.\u> on April ?'. ix-iin Healls fnea
Ollmartln). beloved wife o? the late
Thomas Veall* s??ri moth Df Tnema?
and .Tames Nealls, sis-er ef Nor* Ol
martin ?no! of the ?ate Rev Patrj i
James Ollmartln. Funeral from i.
) e ild<. 335 Baal v Sth al on Sat?
urday, At>til " at B:S0 ? m . thence to
Church of Our Lady of Oood i ounsel,
Bast floih st. Interment Calvary Ceme?
NKEDHAM on Wednesday, April f,"i.
Oeorge Gordon '??' M l> at )-. s
residence. 21 ? Kast 10th St Fuite ?
services at tho Church of the Plvlr
Paternity, Central Park West and 76 ".
?t., Friday, Apr-,! 7-li at S
O'CONNOR -On Tuesday. April C in;-.
Miry, daughter of the into Jeremiah u "
Rose Nolan O'Connor. Requiem mass?t
St. Matthew's Church, ';;th ?'. between
Amsterdam and West Bnd ava., Friday,
B a m.
OWENS-rWMIam W., suddenly, on Apr"
... In hla 68th year, beloved husband of
Emm? K. Owen* and father of R.
Stuart, Malcolm W. nnd W. Douglaa
Funeral service* at his ?at.- residence,
59 Clinton av . Brool lyi S itorda' .
April ?. at 2:so p, m. ?nterin
PAYNB? Alice. Campbell Funeral Chureh,
Friday. 31 a. m. Auaplces Actors' Fund
PHELAN- On April ' Mary <" Fumril
from h"r late realdence, 240 Bast 8
on Friday, at '.<:30 n m. Ma? r ? . m
In St. Stephen's Church, 10 a. m. Ar?
rangements by Bible &? Son.
PRATT -On Tuesday Vprll 4 1??.'
Rowena B.. widow of Herbert ,1 Pratt
deceased, lit the 66th year of her ag?
Notice of funeral I a tai ','. Bter N
v . pa per please c ; :?.
giKSKMUIiV Belle, beloved wife of
Joseph Quescnbury. passed ?i- April
6, 1922, after a lingering lilm-i?. F.
neral sei vli i a< hei : ? : resld
Driai oil and Woi d av.. Kocl i lenter
I.. 1. Saturday at 1 p. m She Is sui
vived by her husband. Joseph, and op
pon. Sergeant P. 1 Queeenbun of tn>
New York r->Iice Department, and one
?laughter. Ml i. '?'??? ide Daj of F
HKIIJ.V?On April .1. Elizabeth, v ; ??
of Francis and mother of John
Annie Rellly and Mrs Francia ?Irolle
Funeral from her late residence, 340
West 17th st ; thence to .-;: Bernard'?
Church, Friday, April 7. at io a.
Interment Calvary Cemetery.
RKILLY?On Tuesday, Vprll I. 1923. Jan
Rellly. nativo County Cavan. Ireland.
beloved sister of Patrick BelllJ
neral from tho residence of her bi
239 reh av., on Friday, April ". at 9 "'
a. m.; thence to St. Columba'a Chui
where a solemn mass of requiem wl b
BENNER?Elizabeth M.. widow of .lo
Beph Renner, of West Saugertles, N V
fllf.il Monday ai Ih rei rli nee of hei ??
I ?. ,,..'; \ R. : er, at Poi t Ewen, N. V
Funeral will be liehl from thi hoi ' A
her ?on. Thursday, i p. m. Intermenl m
Blue Mountain Cemetery, Wesl Sauger- ^
ties, N. V. '
REYNOLDS?Margaret. On ^prii * 192?
Margaret Ilevni Id? foi n i years *
faithful nnri devoted ser ai I In lh< Mead
family. Funeral services will be held at
the residence of I Icorgo W Mea :
Waccabuc, New YorV ? ? F day, Vprll
p.t 'z p. m.
RYAN?Thomas, beloved husband of n.?
lato Mary Ryan (nee Barry), native
Msmore, County Waterford, Ireland
Funeral from hi? late residence 171
Bast 91st st., on Friday, April 7. ,? 10
... m . thence to Church of "ur Lady of
Hood Counsel. Interment Calvary Ceme
SAMPSON?"William, beloved husband of
Mary M. Sampson, on April ;.. Funeral
services at the Funeral Church, Broa '
way, at IStii Street, on Friday. April 7.
at 1 P. M. Members of the Lambs' Club
and Players' '"luh invited to attend.
fSMITIf -Frances A . beloved wife of
Geor?e W. and mother of Marian and
Dorothy, on April S. Funeral notice
SMITH -On Wednesday, April 5, 1922
Martha Regina, wile of tho late John
N. Smith Funeral Friday morning
from her late residence, 11 k* Kris' '
St., Itrooklyn Requiem mass at St
Jerome's Church, Nostrand and New
?url( ava, at 10 sharp.
TAIT?On Wednesday, April fi. Mary
Monroe dearly beloved wife of Leonard
N. Taft. Funeral services at her la'"
residence, no Wood side av., Rldgewood
>.'. J . Saturday, April 8. at 2 p. m.
TAYLOR.?Entered into rest, ?t his horn?.
Greystone, High Bridge. N. J? Tuesd.i.
April 4. 1022. Knox Taylor, beloved !iu?
hand of T.uey J. M. Taylor and Bon of
the lato William Johnston Taylor and of
Mary Alward Taylor. Funeral *? rvlce?
,.? Uio lUfnrmed Church of High Bridge.
Friday. April 7. at 3:15 p. m.
THOMPSON?On April i. 1022, Bridget
tn..? Dixonl. Tllirh requiem mass a'
Church of <>ur Lady of the Angels, Fa *
113th ?t., ou Friday, April 7, at 10 a. m
TOLAND?John W? aged 6.1 years, at 27'
Hobart Bt., Perth A m boy, N. J-, on Apr!'
4. 1022. Funeral service* ai his fat?
residence. 273 Hobart St., Perth Ambo
N. J . on Saturday, April S. at 2 p. m.
Interment Bethel Cemetery, Totten
vllle, s. 3
TRAVIS Suddenly, on April 4. Michael.
beloved husband of Florence Travis (no<>
Maderi and loving father of EuRene and
Veronica and beloved ?on of the late
Patrick and .Maria Travis (nee Hackett)
and loving brother of Mrs. Edward Egar
?lohn. Lawrence and Blltabeth Travis
Funeral from his late residence, 25*>;
8th av., on Saturday, April g, at o a. m
thence to hl. Malachy's Church. 40ih
st.. between Broadway and 8lh av .
where a BOtemn requiem mass will b>
said for th< repose of his soul. Intei
ment Calvary Cemetery.
CNIHKRH'.I.JL? Harriet Luken?, wifo of the
late H?ben Howe? Underhill, died ?<
Germantown, l'a. 4th month. 3d. Fu?
neral at Friend's Meeting House, 201 ii
st. and Gramercy Park, 6th day (Fr.
day> 7th inst., at 2:"0 p. m.
WHITE?Suddenly. April ?.. 3922. Hugh
White sr., beloved husband of Elisabeth
father of Hugh Jr. Funeral from hie la
residence. 012 West Ltlth ?t. Regulen
mass at Church of the Annunciation, Fr.
day. 10 a. m.
WILSON?On Wednesday. April E, 1922
William Wilson, at hie residence. 298'.
Brlgg? av., Bronx. Funeral private.
WOODWARD?Grace Parker Parmele,
widow of Corydon A. Woodward, on
Afirll 4, at her residence, 104 Bark p.
Brooklyn. ?"un"ral at convenience o'
ZEHNER?At Z?nkers, N. Y.. on Thur
day. April 6, 3 922, May A Bowers, wif?
ni H. Walker Zehner. Funeral service?
will be h'ld from her holme, 12 St, An
?lrew'H pi., Yonkcrs. Friday evening, Apr
7, at 8:30 P. m. Interment private. Buf
fulo <.V Y.) paper? please copy.
DUNCAN?In memory of that stancli.
loyal, large-hearted, Christian gentleman
John P. Duncan, who joined hl3 rise::
Redeemer Master Sunday, April ", 1901.
"When Death Occur?
John W. Lyon
THE WOODLAWN CEMETERY
233d St. Jerome or Lexington Subway
Book of vlewa or Representative.
Telephone Woodlaws 1100.