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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 192CI 9 I $3,000 AT CONCERT TT1 "j- i AT MRS. FABBRI'S jtalinn War Orphans Vonefl claries of Unusunl En-. tcrtalnmont. f FATHER SEMERIA SPEAKS Cluiplnin-Gencrnl of Italian Forces Tells of His Work In tho Trendies. jlule and oratory of an umisusl character attracted many persons yea Krday afternoon to tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Krncsto 0, Fnbbrl, 7 East Ninety -fifth tot. their object of as itmbllnt .being to aid a fund for war crphans of Southern Italy. Tlia enter tainment was held In the library, of tho liouse. a room of Italian architecture, t,fo stories in height and largo enough to neat three limited persons. Thn prop-ammo began with an organ rrelude popular In KJorenco In 16u. It L pinyfd by Mr. Wmbonl. The madrl cm for mixed olios, "La Vlolotta In su rErhetta" wjs heard, the singers being in the gallery. Mls Alleen Tine then ,ni without nceompnnlment three me aival Utln tongs. Tho final number , contributed by Marchesa Cappelll. who with mlx-d quartet and organ nc tompanlment, sang shepherd Bongs irom Lulll's seventeenth century opera "Ar- WTne Rev. Giovanni Semerla delivered n address In French on "Dante'f Ideal of Civilization" after he had been Intro duced by Mrs. Wlnthrop Chanler. who ,poke of his work In tte trenches when jus was chaplnln-gencri41 of the Itnllsn forces. His mission hero Is to aid the children of those whom he saw de In kittle, and there are thousands who uti aid. The entertainment of yoster day will add 13,000 to the fund. Among those In tho audlenco were Mrs. Nicholas Murray Butler, Mrs. Charles I). .Alexander, Mrs. Ciardlner Gayley Mrs. W B. Osgood Field, Miss Mary Pearsall told. Mrs. William 11. Sands. Mrs.Charles O, Peters, Mr. and Mrs. William Jay fchleffelln, Mrs. ,R. Horace Gallatin, Mrs. Adam Gordon Norrle, Mrs. Freder 1 u w Vanderbllt, Mrs. Henry P.Loomls, :irs. W. Adams Delano, Mies Ruth Law icnce, Miss Dorothy Schleffelln, Mies Edna Barker. Mrs. J. Russell Soley, Mr. JItnry White, Mr. and Mrs. Charles As tt,r Brlsted.Mlss M.SymphoroA Brlsted. Mr. Douglas Robinson, Mrs. ChSrles S. Whitman, Mrs. Stuart Durtean, Mr Claries Mather MnoNelll, Mrs. F. Gray CrUwold, Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Villa, Mrs Frances M. Wolcott, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. Webb. Mrs. Francis E. Cor ttt, Miss Lucille Thornton, Mrs. Wll lum K. Vanderbllt. Mr. Wlnthrop Chan Ur, Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings, Mr. and Jin. John Dyneley Prince, Mr. George Ledlle, Mrs. Lawrence Townsend, Mrs. AJolf Ladenbuig, Mr. Gianni Bettlnl, Mr. avl Mrs. James 8. Cushman. Capt. I'r.uicesco M. Ouardabassl, Mrs. Lyttle ton Fox, Mr. Whitney Warren, Mr. Raw lins Cottenet. Mrs. Charles F. Chandler. XUt Mary Parsons, Mrs. Samuel A. Vflldon, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. K.lson Bradley, Mrs'. Fran da HoBerB, Mrs. Lucius K. Wllmerdlng, Mr. nnd Mrs. John S. Rogers. Miss Elsie Te Wolfe, Mis. Newbold Lo Roy Edgar, Mm. Schuyler N. Warren, Mrs. J. Ser vant Oram. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Kelly, Mrs, Harmanua U. Duryea, Mr. Chester Aldrlcluaner Mr. Lawrence S. Butler. SZECHENYI DENIES RUMORS OF DIVORCE Report He Seeks Throne Is Called "Idiotic" Bi'dapest, Feb 14 '(delayed). Count Liailo Siechenyl to-day characterised it "ridiculous" recent reports that he wis abount to seek a divorce from tho Countess, who before marriage was Hiss Oladvs Vanderbllt of New fork. "I am the victim of many rumors," the Count said. "I do 'not care to air my family affairs In the newspapers. It Is ridiculous to say that my wife and miself are thinking of divorce and It Is idiotic to asoert that I am a candidate for the throne. "My wife Is In New York assisting In Hungarian relief work, while I am doing the same here." Social and Personal Notes. Mr. snd Mrs. Robert Vose White 6f Eut Elghty-alxth street and Great Riv er, L I., are receiving- congratulations cn the birth of a daughter, Marjorlo Voie White, on last Friday. Mrs. White ai .Miss Jean Robb Stewart and is the iuifhter of Dr. and Mrs. George David Stewart of 405 Park avenue and Great River. Mr. snd Mrs. Lawrence Mead, whose home was at 35 East Thirtieth street, kave returned from Paris, where they 'pent a ye&r. Mrs. Mead has gone to f-w Antonio, Texas, to visit her mother. Jlr. Mead, who Is at the Hotel Commo dore, will return to Franc on board the uplsnd on February 25 and will be wned by Mrs. Mead early In April Their home In Paris Is 5 Avenue Mac Mahoru Two hundred persons representing jwny nationalities and many walks of i attended a reception held yesterday afternoon by Mrs. David Rumscy at her some, 2 Washington Square North, for Mme, Clemenceau Jacquemalre, daugh ter of Dr. Oeorges Clemenceau, recently mmir of France. Mme. Jacquemalre "! Itart this np.lt nn hneH thn TJ-h. , tmbeau for her home In France. Among n',,,7 no met her yesterday were Dr. ""Ham T. Manning. Dr. Antonio Stella, Gtorge Gordon Battle. Francis "Sluon and Felix Wlldensteln. ti-n e L5dlc' Auxiliary of the David "'tarn E. Allen Post No. 5 of tho Amer r Vlon haa been organised with v ! :?hn Ba'er " President and ,, Alexander R. McMullen as secre rj, itj headquarters is at 1,133 franklin avenue. The Bronx. i.?.v na J1"- j0,ltl McE- Bowman have wwLS? 10 vl3i Havamu Tampa nnhur."Ne'cStClnbrU"4 h" 80n t0 t-rV J,04"1 apter of the American Cen erV.5.om.mlUe' for u!n Relief was hl. !?on Iast driesday at the llv, ? T- J' 0&Mey RMnelander. a. y, Fl.f,y-second street. Its officers John n hlnelander, chairman: Mrs. c?rlnc- vlce-chalrnialis Mrs. Wiui. rnn trM""r. and Mrs. in5 S KockhlH. secretary. Committees ciiiJ.?lr r.c?Pctlve chairmen are: CbM en3,.A1(1- Mme. Serge Ughet; ShuS;,M.r- Charles IL Boynton: Col wu Murray BuUfr; Sewing. Mrs. Vlv- L Hullard. Weather at Winter Resorts. Temperatures and atmospheric condl "s at wtntr resorts at noon yesterday reported as follows: Atieuatlne, Fla. 54 : cloudy. I... - " . tiear. ia. jo; clear, I C to; clear. V. ,u cler. Um Beach, Fla. 63 ; clear. Ormond, Fla. 50; clear. "AUitTo.-J, Bermuda 69 ; ralnr. MISS MAUD KAHN ENGAGED- TO YOUNGEST BRITfSH MAJOR Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. HKalin to Bo Hrldo of Major J. 0. 0. Marriott D. S. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Otto II. Kahn of 1100 Fifth avenuo announce tho engagement of their daughter, Mies Maud 13. Kahn, to Major John Charles Oakea Marriott, D. 8. C, M. C, at present a member of the staff of tho Military Attache of the British Embassy In Washington, Major Marriott la the son of the Into Mr. and Mrs, Charles Marriott of Stow market, Suffolk, England. Ho Is the youngest major In the British army, boing only twenty-five years old. Ho fought during the ontlre war and won the Distinguished Bervloe Order, tho Military Cross, the Croix Je Guerre of Belgium, as well as other decorations. Miss Kahn vu In war service, first In Franco and then In England, In the years 191, 1017 and 1918. Sho revived from the French Government tho Medal of Reconnaissance Franoalau (French Oratltudo), Mr. Kahn Is a member of the banking house of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., chairman of tho board of directors of tho Metropoli tan Opera Company and a patron of tho urts. FOR MISS PLANTER'S WEbDINO. i Date lUtl AHendnnts Selected Ceremony on Wednesday. Miss Gertrude Theresa Planten, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rolff Planten and granddaughter of the late John Rutger Planten, who for forty years was Consul-General for the Netherlands, at the Port of New York, will be married on Wednesday evening, February 2S, to Mr. Laird Curtlss Dlnsmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II. Dlnsmore of Flatbush. The ceremony will take place In her parents' home, 207 Carlton avenue, Brooklyn. Attending the bride will be Mrs. Harold J. Babbldgc, Misses Gertrude Espen schold, Marlon Bernard, Floronco Chase and Edna Schlesler and Mrs. Herbert Boudinot Keith's Daughter Engaged Miss Lois Keith to Bo Married Soon in Georgia to Lieut. Col. 0. V. Simpson . Mr. and Mrs. Boudinot Keith of 33 West Slxty-soventh street announco the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lois P. Keith, to Lieu -Co.. Clyde Vincent Simpson. Fifth Csvalry. L. S. A. Miss Keith Is a granddaughter of Mrs. Candace Wheeler, known for her artistic and literary work and as the founder of the Dscoratlvo Art Society and the Associated Artists. Mrs. Keith, who be fore her marriage was Miss Dora Wheeler, Is known as an artist. Her great-grandfather was Ellshn Boudinot, a Major In the Revolutionary Army. Mr. Keith, a lawyer, was a Major, Judge Advocato, stationed at Tours In the war, where his only son, who served with the Twenty-seventh Division, died in the service. Col. Simpson has been in the Regular Army since 1912. In the war he served In Franco and Germany as signal officer of the Third Division. He Is stationed now at Camp Marfa, Texas, where he 's the Adjutant of tho Big Bend district. Miss Keith met CoL Simpson when en gaged in war work In connection with the camp and hospital at Camp Wads worth, Spartanburg, 8. C, In 1918. Their marriage will take place soon at tho winter home of her parents at Thomas vllle, Ga. Enffela 5llea. Miss Martha M. Nelles, daughter of Mrs. Ame Westerhoff, was married on last Friday In Corpus Chrlstl Church, In 12lst street, to Mr. Charles Joseph En gels of this city, previously of Salisbury, Md. Because of the Illness of Mr. West erhoff, the bride's stepfather, she was given away by Mr. Theodore Sutro. She was attended by Mrs. Louts Astor, and had as flower girl and page little Miss Viola Mattfeld. daughter eft Mme. Marie Mattfeld, and Master Walter Alitor. The best man was Mr. Albert Valentine Col lins. The Rev. Walter Knight of Sails bury officiated with Father Del Negro of Corpus Chrlstl. After the ceremony a breakfast was served In the Hotel Marseilles. Mehlback - O'Connor. Miss Helen Adele O'Connor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael James O'Con nor, and Mr. William Klmbel Mehlback, son of Mrs. Elisabeth Klmbal Mehlbsch, were married on Saturday at tho home of her parents, 326 West Seventy-first street. The bride was attended by Miss Margaret Sommervllle. Mr. Harry Meyer was best man. JUNIOR LEAGUE REHEARSING. Preparing "Musical Milestones" for March. Rehearsals havo been started for the , forthcoming performances of "Musical Milestones; A Quarter Century of Bong and Dance," by the Junior League in the Waldorf-Astoria on Marcn z, 3 ana i, under the direction of Mies Grace R. Henry. Among the members of the League who will have "specialties" In the per formance are Mrs. Irving H. Pardee, Misses Marlon Carey Dlnsmore, Anna R. Alexandre Madeleine Lynch, Genevieve Mangam. Margaret R. Warren. Margaret Trimble, M. Hymphorosa Brlsted, Mea trlce Straus, Eleanor F. King, Beatrice, Dudgeon and Grace Hendriclc. 1 Beats ringing in price from 13 to 17 and boxes from 360 to $126 may be obtained at the office of the League, 8 East For' ty-flfth street For Fund to Flfc-ht Tuberculosa. Tickets have been phveed on sale In the St, Regis Hotel for a special per formance of ballet and opera in the Lexington Theatre on the afternoon of February1 23 for the benefit of the So ciety for Prevention and Relief of Tu-1 berculosls. The dancing feature will be i the only performance this winter of I John AJden Carpenter's baltot, "The 1 Marriage of the Infanta," In which I Antnk Ihlm will Kava fthj. laln nart The other half of 4hs programme will bo a performance of "The Spanish Hour." Miss Ruth Vanderbllt Twombly Is a member of the committee which ar ranged the performance. Next Week at Metropolitan. "Faust" will be sung on next Monday afternoon. Washington's Bltrhday, in the Metropolitan Opera House, with Miss Fsjrar, Giovanni, Martlnelll and. Relnald Werrenrath In the company, the last named singing there for the first time this season. Other operas next week will be "L'Oracolo" and "Cleopatra's Night" on Monday night, "Zaxa" on Wednesday night, "Samson et Dallla" on Thursday night. "Rlgo letto" on Friday night and "Parsifal" In English on Saturday afternoon be ginning at halt past 1 o'clock. The casts will be those usually heard. On Saturday night there will be a popular prlco performance of an opera to be announced later. ( icflcacw nJtM MISS MAUD E. KAHN. Wesley Rcld. Dr. Ward Renfrew will be best man, and the ushers will be Mr. Lawrence It Harper of Pltlladclphla, Mr. Ellsworth Harris of Montclalr, Mr. Ram son Holnert snd Mr. Harold J. Babbldgo The bridegroom was an Ensign in the Navel Reserve Force In tho war. Colorful Throng At Palm Beach Women on Sands in Bright Costumes Arrivals From Northern Cities. Special to Tnt Sex ixo Nsw Yose HinUD. !,. Beach, Fla., Feb. 16. Quito the thyest throng of the season assem bled on tho sands at the bathing hour this morning. Chill In the air kept some persons from going Into the water, but tho strln of beach was as full of color as an old fashioned flower garden. One touch of color was Lady New borough, who was surrounded by friends. She wore a gown of pink chiffon elabo rately trimmed with cream color Carrlck macrosB lace, n large black picture hat faced with pink and trimmed with pink ostrich plumes, and carried a parasol made of two-Inch ruffles of pink satin ribbon on a foundation of pink chiffon. Mrs. Edward R. Thomas of New York, who was with her, wore a gown of Bel i ViIma hlffnn embroidered with a darker shade of blue, and a large droop ing hat of Belgian muo cnuion wmi embroidered flowers of tho same shade . ..... .wM.ni nt hr sown. Her harem veil and her parasol wero dark Mrs. Harry Darlington. Jr.. who has lust arrived from PHUbtlrg. Pa., wore a suit of beige fantaal silk with a largo hat of like shade trimmed-with a bunch of scarlet sllk.flowers. Mrs. Richard Croker. who leidom goes to the beach, wore a tailored suit or white broadcloth with a. row of large pearl buttons ornamenting the back ot the skirt. The coat, which was slashed to tho waist line at tho sides, was also trimmed with pearl buttons. Mr. and Mrs. Croker entertained a small company at luncheon at the Breakers. Mayor J6hn F. Hylan, of New ork. who was due here to-day, has wired per sonal friends that he and his party will arrive on next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Carhartt have arrived from New York at the Ever glades Club, where they have taken a cottage for a month. Others at the Ever- inla r1,,K fac ITAhrimrv Are Mr. Georffft , H. Holllns, of Istip, L. I.: Mrs. M. H. Cameron, of New York; air. jonn Bar rett, of Washington, and Capt. Caryl Hargraves of London. Mr. W. Barton French Is at the Break ers Hotel from New York. Mr. AI Jolson has arrived from New York at the Royal Polnclana. Song: Ilecltal Postponed. The sonjr recital of .John Charles Thomas, barytone, announced for thla afternoon in Aeolian Hall has been post poned one week. Notes of Mnslo and Drama. Harrison Brockbank of "Applo Blos soms" will present his one act operetta, "Jock o' the Heather," at an entertain- ment for the benefit of the British War Veterans to be held in the Park 'Theatre on next Sunday. He will sing the title role. Beginning to-night performances In all theatres In the city will start nt their usual time, the Health Depart ment having removed the restrictions Imposed because of the prevalence of Influenta. Mrs. Gilbert Miller and Lieut-Col. Stanley Bell, Mr. Miller's general stage director, have arrived In New York from London.' On Saturday they at tended a performance of "Monsieur Beaucalre" at the New Amsterdam Theatre, and Col. Bell said It was his opinion that the American presentation of the opera was better than that In London. John Henrdlcks, George Mack, Will iam Burress and John Parks, who win aDnear In "The Dictator." a. muileal comedy by Frank Craven and Silvio j Heln, which Charles B. Dillingham will produce, have returned from Central America, where Mr. Dillingham sent them to got "types" for the new nro- ductlon. They reported success In every thing but their attempts to find a mili tary or revolutionary uniform ot any man less In rank than a Captain. In the Hippodrome to-night John T. McGovern, chairman of the Cornell Spring Day Festival, to bn given In the Hotel Commodore on next Monday, will entertain' his committee at "Happy Days," Among his guests will be Da vid L. Wells, C. B. Kugler, Rennold Wolf. R. L. Morse, h. P. Ward, W. F. Woodward, F. W. Hackstaff, George Jean Nathan. Bradley Delahanty and Edward Burns. Oliver Morosco' yesterday said that Instead of delaying the production of "Sevon Miles to Arden" until next sea son, his original plan, ho would present the comedy here with a race Valentine In the chief role. Harry Tlerney, having once been a member of tho Standard Oil Social Club of Bayonne, that body has taken COO seats for to-night's performance ot "Irene" In the Vanderbllt Theatre. Mr. Tlerney wroto the music for the comedy. and now he doesn't need to work for , tho Standard Oil Company. j PERSONAL DJTELLIQEH0E, New York. Mrs Philip Kip Rhlnelander hss re turned from Concord, N. H.. rd with Mr. Rhlnelander haa one to Tuexdo Park.' Mrs. Henry Clews will go to Washing ton In March to visit friends. Mrs; Alexandir Van nensselaer, who was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Drexel, has returned to her homo In Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Jo.eph W. Alsop, who wire guests of her mother, Mrs. Douglas Robinson, have gone to Aiken, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander 8. Brown, of Baltimore nro guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. Suf fern Taller. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Harrlman of New York havo arrived at the Hotel Belle view, BelleaJr, Fla, Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Dennis will start to-day for Jekyl Island and Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Peter II. B. Frellnghuy sen will leave Morrlstown, N. J., for the South on March 12. Mrs. James B. Haggln will return to day from Atlantic City with her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Astor, who are st their country house at Rhlnebeck, N. Y., have postponed their trip to Ber muda which they had arranged for noxt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius K. G. Billings are at Santa Barbara, Cal., for the re mainder of the winter. Mr. John Emery, who passed a few days with his mother, the Hon. Mrs. Al fred Anson, has returned to Harvsrd University. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley will give a dinner to-morrow In their apartment at 993 Fifth avenuo. Mrs. B. Hayes Brooke, who ha's been confined to her apartment at the Strat ford House with grip, Is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. E. Roland N. Harrlman have returned from Southern Pines, N. C. Miss Edith G. Bowdoln Is making a tour of the South by automobile Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Murray Toung are In IMrls. Gen. J. Fred Plerson will gb this week to Jekyl Island, Ga., where he will stay several weeks. Mr. Charles Lanier Is there for six weeks. Dr. and Mrs, Preston Pope Satter whlte will return from Palm Beach, Fla., lato In February. Mr. Ijiwrcnoe Jennings hss returned to Fairfield. Conn., and Mr. Brewster Jennings to Ynle University after pass ing several dRys with their parents, Mr. snd Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Franklin, who passed several weeks at Jekyl Island, Ga have returned to New York. Mr. Clinton Gilbert haa gone to Cuba, where he will remain a month. Mr. and Mrs. J. Insley BJalr and fam ily are at their house In Tuxedo Park. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graves and fam ily will go to tho South late In February. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rhlnelander. 2d. have gone to Lakewood to remain six weeks. Mrs. Rhlnelander Is convoleso Ing from an attack of pneumonia. Wasblnston. Mrs. Cranwell Brooks has gone to Palm Beach to vlstt her mother, Mrs. Edward T. StoUsbury. Mrs. Char.es W. Williams, widow cf Col. Williams. U. S. A., announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Ellis beth O. Williams, to Major Charles Met tler. Coast Artillery. U. S. A. Both Major Mettler and Miss Williams arc overseas with the Graves registration service, an l the wedding will take place abroad within a few weeks. Boston. Mrs. James M. Jackson and Miss Eli nor de W. Jackson will leave Boston on Thursday to be guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 2d and Miss Nancy Carnegie at their winter home on DunJe ness Island. Florida. The party will In clude Misses Polly Proctor and Rosamond Johnson. . Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson of Mil ton have announced the engagement ot their daughter Miss Ada Johnson, to Jlr. Lincoln Wallace Pierce, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. Vaisar Plu-ce of New York. Philadelphia. Mrs. Alfred I. du Pont and the Misses Alicia P. and Denlse du Pont, accom panied by Miss Elisabeth Russ E. Tucker, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Tucker, will start to-day for Palm Beach, where they will spend some time on board Mr. du Pont'a houseboat. Major Anson A. Maher of Grosvenor Park, Dublin. Ireland, previously of Milladelphla, has announced the engage ment of his daughter., Miss Marjorla Helen Maher. and Mr. Ralph Beech Rohrman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Rohrman of Oermantown. Providence. Mr and Mrs. Frederlo B. Read are guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8. Hlnman Bird In New York. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Hoagland'have returned to New York after, a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. Tlngley Wall. Mrs Robert It I. Qoddard Is In New York on her way to 8arita Barbara, Cal, whete she will Join her mother, Mrs. Rowland O. Hosard. Mrs. Frank E. Richmond will Join Mrs. Samuel M. Nicholson at the RItz-Carlton Hotel pa New lorn ip-uay. Mrs. IlODen r. it. nn ner oon- ln-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred eric Guthrie Cunningham, In Rye, N. Y. Notrport. Mr and Mrs. Paul Fltsslmons. who were at Harbourvlew. returned on Sat urday to Chester, N. it. Miss Natalja "Wlllard will represent Egypt In the pageant In the Mardl Or as ball to-morrow night, and Miss Dorothy WllUtfd will be gowned as Scotland. Diplomatic. The Italian Ambassador and Baroness Romano Avessana, with Donna Yolanda Romano Avessana, will leave Washing ton for New York on February Jl and will reiurn on February 26. The Ecusdorlan Minister and Mme. Senora ds Elltalde will give a dinner to-night In Washington for Mr. and Mrs, Robert Lansing. , Major Llvlus Telusanu, military at tache of the Roumanian Legation, and Mme. Telusanu are at the Plaza Hotel In this city. SYMPHONY SOCIETY HAS FAMILY PARTY Walter Damrosch Arranges Ono of His Intimate Programmes. PHILirAItMONIO CONCERT Max-Itoson,' Violinist, Is Soloist on a Tscluikovsky Bill. The Sunday afternoon concerts of the Symphony Society In, Aeolian Hall are family affairs In more senses than one. The financial fathers of tho Institution nn present with wives nnd cnlldren. Tho oldest subscribers turtle benignly on tho proceedings. When occasion per mits, members of the orchestra officiate an soloists. And sometimes Walter Damrosch, Uio conductor, makes a speech. All theso things took ptaco yes terday. , Plcrro Matthl-u, the new first oboelst of the orchestrn, played a "Pastorale and Danses," by Guy Ropartr, ft contem poraneous French composer. It was not nn Important work of art. but It seryoct to exhibit most pleasantly Uio beautiful tone and masterly technic of the per former. The oboe having been heard, Its solemn bass support, tho bassoon, In the hands of Louis Leteller, first bassoonist of the orchestra, had Its turn. Mr. Leteller played the first and third move ments 'of Mozart'it concerto In B flat. Hero indeed was matter or more worth tlinn that or the French writer. This conce'r'to, which is In threo mbve mentH and In the key of B flat. Is one of threo (ono In C nnd two In H flat) composed by Mozart li !l for Ul Baron von Ruednltz, an amateur bas soonist. Two of tho works nrq lost Tho noblo gentleman must have been a good performer, for the florid passages of the concerto demand considerable skill In execution. Its chief charm, how ever, Is Its facllo melody of the char acteristic Mozartian typ Mr. Leteller disclosed a tone of exceptional mellow ness and a style as suavo and elegant as Mozart's music. There was an orchestral novelty, to wit, the serenade from Vlnconzo Tom mastnl's "Clalro do Lune." An Italian composer of tije present, Tommaslnl has written without radical departure from nationalism, but with much freedom snd plcturesqueness. The serenade is a very pleasing bit and was well played. Before It Mr. Damrosch mode his speech Inviting tthe audlenco to- forget their Verdi and Puccini nnd follow the Italian march of musical progress. The concert began with Dvorak's sym phony In E minor, "From tho New World." and closed with Rcznlcck's "Donna Diana" overture. Attended by a large audience the Phll- k.....u C r ..... 1 CnilAM Mn.rt ' rV ilUllllUlllU outictj B UU1IUA w,,v.v.v ... Carnegie Hall yesterday offered a Tschalkovsky programme In which Max Rosen as soloist played the master's vio lin concerto and the orchestra the fifth symphony and "1813" overture. Of Mr. Rosen's performance of the difficult con certo many pleasant things and many not so favorable might be said. At Its closo he was long applauded after hav ing played the music with splendid emo tional power and Insufficient elegance of style. Inaccuracies In finished bowing, seme loss or pitch and uneven technic His tone In cantablle passages wsa beau tiful. Mr. Rosen, with his desirable nat ural gifts, ot which his drsmatlc Instinct Is not tho least, Is but 20 years old, and with study may easily become one of the foremost violinists of hi time. Tschalkoysky's fifth symphony, which was In the ltst. Is one ot the familiar works at the society's concerts. The melancholy vein of t'ie work'o Inter esting score was over emphasized In Its delivery by the orchestra yesterday, for, save In the final movement, there was lack of vigor and lnclslveness. In the Metropolitan Opera HoUso last night Toscha Setdel, violinist, was the visiting artist. The vocal soloists were Miss Evelyn Scotney, Miss Jean Gor- idon and Jos Mardones. They greatly pieasea a large auaience. DENIES CAPITOL IS SOLD. Messmore Kendall Says Theatre Is Not for Bale. Rumors that the new Capitol Theatre has been acquired by the Goldwyn Pic. tures Corporation were flatly denied yes terday by Messmore Kendall, president ot the company owning and operating the Capitol. The report persisted, how ever, that the Goldwyn Company was bidding for the control of the huge pho toplay house. "The Capitol Is not for sale," said Mr. Kendall. 0.000 for Catholic Actors' Guild. The CathoJIo Actors' Guild had a the atrical performance for Its own benefit last night In the George M. Cohan The atre, under the direction of Its presi dent Brandon (Tynan. Tho proceeds were about 36.000. On the programme were tho 'Misses Laurette Taylor. Grace Oeorge, Fannie Brlce, Lillian Lorraine and Ethel Barrymore, and many others, including men. WILLIAM T. CREASY. Special to Tas Be ahd Niir Yosic IIisald. Catawissa, Pa., Feb, 15. William T. Creasy, for many years a leading figure In Democratic politics In this State, died yesterday in his home hore. He was H years old. "Farmer" Creasy, as he was best known, was a member of the State Legislature continuously from 1894 until 1310. During a, large part of that time he was the Democratic leader of the House. In 1899 he was his party's nominee for State Treasurer and in 1906 he was nominated for the Auditor-Generalship. He was the Democratic State chairman In 1901 and 1903. For almost half a century "Farmer Creasy was a power In the State Grange. From 1903 to 1914 be was master of the Grange. He had been secretary of the National Dairy Union and chairman ot the executive committee of the National Board of Farm Organizations at Wash ington. Ho leaves a widow and five children. E. E. SLACK. Montxiai, Feb. IB. E. B. Slack, pres ident and organizer of the Canadian pfe$ and general manager of the Mon treal aaiette, died in his home here to night of double pneumonia. Mr.. Slack, who was 53 years old, was borniat Watsrloo, Quebecx He Joined the staff of the Montreal osretfetn 1883 as a reporter. He was successively tele graph editor, city editor, editorial writer and managing editor, finally becoming managing director. He organised the Conodlon Press In 1910. SUSAN P. MATHER. Susan P. Mather. 74 years old. and 'for nearly twenty-five years deaconess of St Barnabata House. 304 Mulberry street, died yesterday In the home. She wan born In Rochester and was at one time a deaconess of St Paul's Church, r)vv, ivh.ii rioA'a Provident Home of the New York Protestant Episcopal Mission Society, at 330 Grand street, was opened a few years ago Deaconess Mather was placed In charge ot it in addition to her work In connection with St Barnabas's House. DARING 'STOUTS' , FILL AIR 'MOVIE' Now Picturoat tho Broadway Thrilling as Well as Surprising;. FILMS IN OTHER HOUSES Jack rickford, Misses Mao Mur- ray and Paulino Fred erick Scc'n. Not tho least remarkable feature of 'The Great Air Robbery," Uie Unlver-mI-JawM nlcture disclosed at .M ' Broadway Theatre yesterday, Is the i. that althouah the story Ib lain supposed-j ly In 1935 or later, Wall's ilaton, one of the transcontinental mall pilots. Is able to obtain plenty of "boozo" even at that date, Truly In the "movica" all things ra possible, from L4out Ormer I Locklears dizzy stunts In the nlr as hero of this photo play to Allan Forrest's ublllty to obtain all the sturr ho wantB to make hlo airplane, his head and his honor do a sideslip when ho betrays the mall senfico to a band of aerial hfcthwaymen who uro hold ng up the United States postal nlr service. At any rate, Maton'i frailty gives Lieut Locklear as a brother pilot on oppor tunity, to rescue him with hfs sensa tlonal feat of changing planes In flight and to do other daring deeds ayay up on top of nothing. Besides Lieut. Lpcklcar's daredevlltry, all varieties of deviltry possible to vil lains are Introduced Into tho fllm; , in cluding nerlul battles, the "ashing : of a plono and the abduc Ion of tha hero. Ine by tho nlr route In tho most up to,date manner possible. When not roosting on the atmosphere Lieut. Locklear shows himself to be a good actor, for, Judging by I U type of man, It must have qu red greatest nerve to take Francelfa miUnpton. In his arms at the end. He outdoes Doug las Fotrbanks, Tom Mix and all the other screen "stuntsters," for one can I have sot "props" In tho nlr and a bl- PlThe photography Is tho best aerial camera work ever done, the picture i or Lieut Locklear climbing to another nlr plane, with a background of towering mountains, being absolutely unforget able with Its suggestion ot puny man conquering the mighty forces of nature. Despite certain inconsistencies It Is a photoploy to be seen again and again. It makes dodging automobiles In Broad way seem unutterably tame. Jack Plokford's New nolo. Going to sen Jack Plckford In "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, at the Strand, Is like dropping from the clouds and landing back In the civil war period. Tho Goldwyn company has faithfully preserved the atmosphere and charm of the well known story by John Fox. Jr.l and young Mr. rickford does the comedy, the fighting and the love making of this Kentucky romance ex ceptlonally well, despite an Inane mus tache. Miss Clara Hortom Miss Pauline Starke and James Nelll engrave them selves also on the memory. The remainder of the bill has the customary features; with Jqhnny Hlnes In the first of the Sewell Ford "Torchy comedies presenting another of those classically fresh office boys. MIso Mae Murray does some of her best work, with David Powell, as the . wifiv in George Fits- maurlce's production of "On With the Dance." the screen Incarnation of Mich ael Jtorton's piny now Inhabiting the Rlvoll A Snub Pollard comedy and the bacchanalo from .Silnf-Saens's "Banvn and Delilah." keep this Paramount-Art-craft special company. On Other Screens, At the Capitol Miss Pauline Frederick, with all the wealth of her emotional power, plays an Impoverished singer who becomes the wife of an elderly rake to save her invalid father In "The Pnllscr Case," taken from the novel by 'Edgar Saltus and salted down with mys tery. It Is wrapped around with nu merous Incidental numbers, including "In a Persian Garden," which Is O. Khayyam set to music, and three real Oriental princesses. Lionel Barrymore In "The Copper head" has been moved to the Rial to because of the great public curiosity to so him keep the civil war alive on the screen. ' MASONIC RITES FOR , JULIUS CHAMBERS Many Newspaper Associates of Editor at Funeral. . Funeral services for Julius Chambers, author and editor, whose long career In New York Journalism ended Thursday, were held yesterday afternoon nt 3 o'clock In the chapel of tne l'rank E. Campbell offices at 1970 Broadway. Many newspaper men of this and tho last generation who had been the friends and associates ,of Mr. Chambers attend ed tho services. The Rev. Dr. George P. Conger, pastor of the Palisades Park Presbyterian hurh nfflMtfl.l The last rites of the 'Masonic Order were administered for Kane Lodge 454, or wnicn Air. unam bers was a member, by the Rev. Dr. C. M, Roome. The pallbearers were Harris M. Krlst Capt W. N. King. Frederick W. White, 3. I. C. Clarke, Keats Speed and Mitchell Kennedy.. Among those who attended the ser vices were William Mclghdn. If. F. Gun nison, Robert W. Bllgh. B. B. Valen tine. Ernest Harvlcr, Floyd B. Wilson, John Elderkln, William English. Ed ward Martin, Albert Hocckley and Nel son Harding. COt. ALVAN C. READ. V. S. A. In the Amaroo News of January 20, the official organ of the American force of occupation In Germany, published In Coblenz, Just received here. Is announced the death of Col. Alvan C. Read, Inspector-general of the American Forces In Germany, who succumbed January 19 to an attack of double pneumonia. He was 48 years old, a graduato ot West Point In the class of 1898 and had seen dis tinguished service1 In the army, Includ ing two and ft half years of duty In Europe. In 1918 he was assigned to the First Army and went through the St Mlhlel and the Meuse-Argonne offen sives, winning tho Distinguished Bervlco Medal, and soon' after the closo of hos tilities was made Inspeetor-gsneral of the Third Army. Funeral services wero conducted on January 21 In the Palaco Chapel, Cob lenz. His widow, the daughter of the late Brlg.-Gen. A. B. Kautz, U. S. A.. and niece ot tho late Admiral Kautz, U. 8. N.. was with CoL Read at the time of his death. GEORGE! LANE) WOODRUFF. George Lane "Woodruff, formerly head of George W. Lane & Co., dealers in teas, died of pneumonia yesterday In , his home. 301 West Etghty-flfth street. Mr. Woodruff waa born In thla city forty-flve years ago and waa graduated from Yale University In 1895. He was a member of the Seventh Regiment Veterans' Association and ot the Sons of the Revolution. He leaves two sis ters, Miss H. B. Woodruff and Mrs.. T. M. Clcland. , GEO. W. BABB FALLS DEAD IN LOTOS CLUB frLs tu w - Insurance Co. Official Victim of Hearty Disease. Georgo W. Babb, chairman of the board of the Northern Assuranco Com pany of 55 Broadway felt "ead last night n the Lotos Club, wncro ho had gone to view nn exhibition of paintings held under tho direction of tho mem bers. Death was caused by heart dis ease, according tq Dr, Plchette of Belle vue Hospital, who won sumoned to at' tend htm, Mr. Babb was In good health when he left his homo at 311 Garfield place, Brooklyn, In tho afternoon. Ho was stricken while standing In tho gallery whore tho pictures were hung and died noon after entering tho wash room. His body was found by Charles Mason, a hall boy. He had been a member ot tho Lotos Club for many years. Morn In Boston seventy-six years ago. Ilubb completed hbi education In puu.lo and private schools In that city and then entered the Insurance busi ness. In 1870 he became managing clerk In a fire Insurance agency In his natlvo city. His rise In the Insurance business was rapid. At various times Mr. Babb had bean Identified with the Commercial Insur ance Company of Albany. He entered the employ of tho Northern Assuranco Company In 1882 and had been pro moted from rpeclal agent to general manager. From 1911 to 1918 ho waa president of tho Na,tlofhl Board of Fire Underwriters, MATTHEW J. 1IIGGINS. Boston, Feb. 15. Matthow J. Hlsglns, president of the Boston Street Car Men's Union, and a labor organizer, died to day of Influenza. Ha was scrvlnc his fifth term a fas president of the union. DIED. Aurrbicli. Jullm. I.uko. Sin ir Auitln, HarU di M reklf, Julltit W., Bahey. Howard F. dinner, oujan v., iirttz. Lillian, Duhler, George , Bull, Archibald II., House, (lenrge J., Brasher, M. Jl Uurgesa, Wayland, Cadmus, Mary .1., Coscrove, Alfred E. Cranstonn, William, Dargln, Leon, Duffel!, Antoinette, Eckllrt, Frederick, Oarbat, Isaac M Gordon. Stella M Oray. Frank If.. Mead. Marrlrt l Meyers, Iinre M., Mitchell, William. Morton, Henry Moses. Esther. McConnell, Arthur. MeClure, B. E.. McWilllams, Mary W. N'enman, (trace. Putnam, Harry, Rlgga, Lean C, Rolston, W. Aubrey, Sckell. Kate H.. Smith, Frank, Snider, Ueorganna, Hacliemeliter, K, Heppenhelmer, F. C, Sprague. John S., rpinnnuji, uiio. Hunt. Frank. Starke. Oustav. Jacoba, Margaret. Johnson. H, O. U., Jones, Loulsn K., Kohler, Louise, Kraxauer, Daniel, Lenz, Albert. Loon, Alberto. Little, John II., Lloyd, John, Lopez, Oeorglna. TAkahaaht. S., Van Dam, Eduard, WalsK, Mary A., Waring. Anna M Waterman, Caaale M.. Waters. Addle. , Woodruff, George L., Tohannan. Panam T Yost. Charlea A.. Zeile, Almlra II. Tn Memorlam. Abraham, Harry, Heynian, Lewis. Gunther, Jeanette, Longhurst, T, A., AUERBAC1I. Julius, Saturday, Feb. 14. In hla 75th year, after a ahvi Illness, Julius Auerbacb, devoted uncle of Mrs. Louis Stettlner. Funeral eervlcea Uni versal Funeral Chapel, (17 Lexington av., Feb. 17, 10 A. M. Philadelphia papers please copy. AUSTIN. Marie d Buck, on Thursday. Feb. 12, 1920, beloved wife of U Boulard Austin and devoted mother of Charles and Harvey Ketcham. Funeral aervlcea Monday, Feb. II. at 3 P. M at her late realdence, 325 East Twenty-first at., Flatbush. Interment Immediately fol lowing at Greenwood Cemetery. BAILEY. Suddenly, at ML Klsco, N. T.. . Friday. February II, 19J0. Howard F. Bailey, aged it yeara. Funeral from his late residence, Mt. Klsc), N. Y.. Wednesday, February II. 3 1. M. In terment Oakwood Cemetery, Mt. Klsco, N. Y. BRITZ. Lillian (nee Flnkbelner). be loved wife of Charles J. Brltx, Jr., Feb. 14. 1120. Services at the resi dence or her mother, is: atant av.. near 114th St.. Monday, Feb. II. at 4 P. M. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, , Feb. 17, at 4 P. M. BUHLER. On Saturday evening. Feb. 14, 1120. George J. Buhler, In hla S7th year. Funeral aervlcea at hla late residence at Blauvelt. N. Y.. Tuesday, the 17th Inst., at 2:30 P. M. BULL. At Elizabeth, N. J Friday. Feb. II, 1920, Archibald Hilton Bull, aged 73 years. Funeral servlcea at bla late residence. 325 West Jersey at. Ellu oeth. V. J.. Monday. Feb. 11. 1930, st 2:45 P. M. Kindly omit flowers. BOUSE. On Friday. Feb. 13. at Rich, mond, Va George Jefferson, In his thirty-eighth year. Funeral aervlcea at home ot bla mother, Mra. Frank C. House, Seventh at.. Bay Side, L. I., Monday at 2 P. M. BRASHER. On Saturday. Feb. II. 1120, at her realdence, 53 7th av.. Brooklyn, Martha M., widow of William Mars ton Braaher. Funeral private. BUROESS. Passed an ay at his home. Tremont, Wayland Burgesa. little aon of Edwin Harles and Ruth Wayland Burgess, aged II months. Services at the residence of his grand parents. Mr. and Mra, Curtlss C. Wayland, 590 Westminster road, Flatbush, Tueaday afternoon, Feb. 17, at 2:30 o'clock. CADMUS. At East Orange. N. J., Feb. 15, 1920, Mary Jane, wife of Irvln Cadmua. Funeral services at her lata residence, 107 Washington at., on Tues day, Feb. 17. at i P. M. Train leavea Hoboken via. D., I A W. R. R., 1:52 P. M., for Brick Church Etatlon. COSGROVE. Alfred E., died Feb. 13. In bla thirty-second year, formerly Cor- Sora) of 08th Infantry, Co. I. Funeral tontlay, 2 P. M from late residence, 339 Beta pi.. Olendale, L. I. Friends and relatives Invited. CRANSTONN'. At his home. Slratford, Conn Feb. 14. 1120, William Cran stonn, age 71 years. Funeral servlcea at the Congregational Church, Strat ford, Monday, Feb. 14. 3:20 V. M. In terment at Summit, N. J. DAItOIN. On Feb. 14, Leon, beloved hus band of Margaret May Dargln (nee Hallsnbeck), at hla late residence, 924 West End av., In hie 63d year. Fu neral services at St. Stephen'a Church, West 00th at., cast of Broadway, on Monday. Feb. 19. at 2 P. M. . DUFFELL. On Friday, Feb. 13, 1120. An toinette Duffel!, In her 31d year. Rela tives and friends are respectfully In vited to attend the funeral aorvlcea at her lata reildenee, 29 Betbune at., on Sunday, Feb. 15, at 3 P. M. Inter ment at Greenwood Cemetery, Auto mobile cortege. ECKL1N. On Feb. llth, Frederick, age 59. Funeral, chapel Stephen Merrltt rinrlni and Cremation Comnany. 141 Eighth avenue, corner Eighteenth atreet, Monday evening, s o'ciock. OABBAT. Isaac M.. husband of thn late Molly Oarbat, And father of Miss Flora and Dr. A. U Garbat. Funeral private, from 71 East 91st St., Tueaday, Feb. 17, 10 A. M. GORDON. Feb. II, Stella May. Services Stephen Merrltt's Chapel, 233 Ith av., 'near 31st at.. Monday, 1:20. CRAY. Suddenly, at Weatfleld. N. J.. Teb. IS, 1120. Frank U.. husband of Minnie V. MoClune Oray. age 34 yeara, nt hla residence, 212 Edcewood av West field. N. J. Funeral servlcea and In terment will be held later In Chicago, 111. Fresno (Cal.) papers please copy, HACHEMEISTER. Karollne. on Feb. 14. 1120, beloved wife of the late Chris tian llachemelster. In her 15th year. Funeral services at her late residence. 149 East 92d. on Tueaday, Feb. 17, S P. M. Interment at convenience ot family. HEPPENHEIMER. Suddenly. Saturday. Feb. 14, 1130, of pneumonia. Vrlda C. Heppenhelmer, dearly beloved daughter of Mra. Otto Heppenhelmer and the late Colonel Otto IleoDenhelmer. alater of Mrs. William Lanman Bull, Jr., and I Mrs. George E. u. tumpp. Funeral at St James's Church, corner 7Sd at and Madison av., Tuesday, Feb. 17, 10:30 A. M. HUNT. At Lake Waecabue. N. Y.. on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 14. 1120, Frank Hunt, In hla llth year. Funeral aer vlcea at hla late residence Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 17, at 2:30 o'clock. Con veyancea will be In waiting at Katonah on the arrival of the 13:31 train. JACOBS. Margaret Jacoba, nes Cox, wife ot Henry Jacoba, at her residence, 159 Cleveland at, Orange, N. J.. on Sun day. Feb. 11, 1920. Funeral from real, dence Tuesday morning and maie at St. John's Catholic Church 9 A. M. Inter ment St. John's Cemetery. JOIIN80N. Helen Outcalt Ullrich, wlfo of George Johnson. Sunday, Feb. It, In the twenty-fourth yar of her ag. Notice of funeral hereafter. DIED, jo.nks.-oo s.tufd4y. ni. is Kllubeth ,Jose. Awhler of Wllllsm It. Jooen. Jrl sntl C'tfollns Lsalis (Jws. "2," ff Teoawi!S.$rt nt 3 P. M, KOIII.KIl. At Newark, N. J en Satur day, Feb. it, mo. Louis, daughter of Frank It and Hilda J. KotiUr, In hr 2th yar, Ekrvlcas prlvata, on Tues day, Fab. 17. tntarment at ca vinlenca of family, K It AKAUGIt, Daniel, belnrrd brother at Caroline I.uiur, on Ftb. H t lit. Varnun. Funeral aarvlcei at ICrakaiur Ursa.' factory, cypraas a v. and llttti nt.. Dronx, on Tueaday, Feb. J7, at 10 o'clock. L EN 7.. Albert, beloved huiband et Mar carat Lens. Funeral from hta lata reildenee, 1M7 Nalaon a v., Fel. IT. at I A. U.; thence to the. Church of tha Iteaurrectlon. Solemn hlrh moss of requiem will be offered. LEON. Alberto, at hla realdane,. en Feb, 11, 1920, ace (4 years, beloved hu. land of Uolorea C. Lon. Funeral aorvlcea Feb. 16, 1, 10 A. It., at the Church ot Our Lady of Hope, West ISCth at. Frlanda are Invited to at tend. Intarment private. LITTLK. On Feb. 14. John II.. beloved himband of KIKabeth Llttln (net WMttnn). Funeral from hla late rraidencr, lit Wert llh atrett. Wtdnraday, Feb. II, at t:(9 A. M., ta Church of fit Francis Xavler, where h aolemn mnia of requiem will be celebrated. Interment Calrary. LLOYD. John, on f0. 11. Sefvlcea The Funeral Church (Frank E. Campbell!, llroadway at (1th st Monday, ll A. M. LOPEZ. Ceorglna. on Feb. 12. Lying In itate The Funeral Church (Frank E. Campbell), Broadway at 6th at. LUKE At nioomfleld. N. J.. onFeb. It, Hara It., wife of Rlrhsrd C. Luke. Funeral aervlca at the home of her aleter. lira. 11. T. Van Auken. 33 Stockton atreet, on Monday, Feb. It, ' at, 2:30. Train leavea Hoboken at l-.iS. MACK1K. At Newburc. N. Y., Saturday, Feb. 14. l!d, Juliet W dauchter of the late John F. and Juliet Wood Mackle. Funeral eervlcea at the Inn on Tueitday afternoon at 2 o'clock. MATHER. On Sunday. Feb. IS, at 8t. Bar nabaa Houae. Hutn P. Mather, ared 71 years, beloved Deaconeta In Charge. Funeral aervlcee at Grace Church Tuae day morning. Feb. 17. at 10 o'clock. Interment private at Woodlawn, MEAD. On flalurday. Fob. 14. 1K20. Mr rltt C. hutliand'of the lato Anna Mead (nee Earle), age it years, Its a. tlvm and frienda are reapeetfully In vlted to attend, funeral aervlcea on Monday. Frb. IS, at I P. M., st the rfldence of hla daughter. Irma Verny. 274 MontleiillO av., Jersey. City. Fu neral Tueiutay at : P. M. MUdletown. N. Y.. papers plesae ccpy. MEYErtS. George Morehouee. at Werners vllle. Pa., .Saturday, Feb. 14. 1!0. Funeral aervlcea at hla late reildenee, 27 Emory atreet. Jeraey City, N. J.. Monday. Feb. 14, at I P. M. Inter ment Tueaday morning, at convenience of family. MITCHELL. William, of 1411 Clinton avenue, age 44, Feb. 14. Funeral aer vlcea Monday, Feb. 1. 8 P. It at Chapel of John Oraham. 4221 Park avenue. Interment Kenalco Cemetery. Private. MORTON'. Feb. 1J. Itev. Henry F. Morton, age ai years: Chapel Stephen Merrltt Burial and Cremation Company, 111 8th av.. corner llth at. Interment Rocky Mountalnt, N. C. MOBES. Sunday. Feb. 15, at Hotel Belle clalre, Eather Moaee, widow of It. II. Moaea. Funeral from Salem Flelda Chapel. Wedneaday morning, Feb. II, at 11 o'clock. McCO.VNBM Arthur, nn Feb. 14. fler vlcea Tho Kuneral Ctiurch (F'ank E. Campbell). Wroadway at Slity-aUth atreet, Tuefit.y, 1 P. M. McCI.UItE. t-'uddenly. on Feb. 14. 1120. of pneumonia. Eupnemla E. MeClure ot Lanarkshire, Scotland, and nine yeara a member of Mra. F. R. Cmlkihank'e homo. Funeral aervlcea, at tha Lerferta Place Chapel. I Lefferta place, near flrand av.. on Tueiday, Feb. 17. at J P. M. Interment at Evergreen Ceme tery. McWILLIAM On SaturSay. Feb. 14, 1IJ0. Mary Wheaton, beloved wife of the late John B. McWIlllam. Funeral private. NEWMAN. Oraee, mddenly at her resWenee. m Jay atreet, Urooklyn. N. Y.. Orare, daiifh ter of the late Clement Devleon New. man and the late Mary Elizabeth Bleeder. Fnneral private. PUTNAM. On Friday,. Feb. 11, 1929. Harry, beloved huaband of Lydla Evelyn Putnam. In hla 7th year. Funeral aervlcea at hla late icildence. Ill Third at., New Dorp, B. I., on Wedneaday. Feb. II. at 2:10 P. M. RIG-OS. Leon Corey, beloved huaband of Julia E. Rlgga. at Ia Angelas. Cat. Feb. 0. Lyln In aUt at The Funtral Church (Campbell Building). Broadway at Mth at.. Monday. Feb. 10. Bervlcea Tuesday. Feb. 17. at 2 P. M, nOLSTON. Suddenly, Feb. 14. l3. W. Aubrey Jlolaton, beloved huaband pt Minnie A. Half and father of Ruth. Ethel A. and Howartl O. Rolaton. Relatives, frienda and members of Naval Lode. I'. F. and A. !!.. are Invited to tbe funeral aervlcea at hla lute home. Ill Lincoln road. Flat-t-jsh. Monday evening, t o'clock. SCKELL. On Friday, Feb. 11, Kate Ham lin Sckell (nee Foeterl.Vwldow ( Frederick Sckell. Funeral aervlcea on Monday. Feb. II, at 11 A. M., at 14-A Eait 39th at. SMITH. Frank, on Feb. 14. Bervlcea Thn Funeral Church (Frank E. Campbell). Broadway at Sixty-sixth atreet, Mon day, 3 P. M. . SNIDER. Feb. 14, Oeorganna ' Snider. Services Stephen Merrrtt'a Chapel. 223 Ith av.. near list at.. Tueaday, i P. M, SPANNAUS. Otto, at his realdence. 25 Saratoga av., Yonksre, Notice of fu neral .hereafter. SPRAGUE. John Shaw, Sunday, Fb. 15, aged II yeara. Funeral aervlcea Tuea day. Feb. 17. at hla late residence, 2110 Richmond terrace. Port Rich mond, Staten Island. STARKE. On Sunday. Feb. 15. 1930, Oua tav Starke, husband of Virginia Over ton Starke. Funeral aervlca at his late resldencce, 4 St. Nicholas terrace, Tueaday. Feb. 17, i P. M. Burial private. TAKAHASHI. S. Takahashl. In New York city. Feb. 15, formerly of Dogwood. Greenville. Del. Services The Fu neral Church (Campbell BIdg.). Broadway at 01th at, Tuesday. Feb. 17, at St P. M. Friends are Invited to attend. VAN DAM. 'Eduard. Feb.- 13, In Amater dam, Holland, husband of Alia and father of Raphael Henri snd David Van Dam. WALSH. Mary A., beloved wlfo of the late John E. Walsh, fond mother ot Mary A. Nolan, Juliette and Maurice J. Walsh. Funeral from her late real dence, 291 Clermont av., Brooklyn. Monday. Requiem mus 10 A. M., Queen of All Saints Church. Vander bllt and Lafayette avs. Relatives and friends Invited. WARING. Anna M.. beloved wife ot Charles D. Waring, on Saturday, Feb. 14 at her residence, 1199 Boston; road. Bronx. 8olemn requiem mass St Au ruatlne'a Church. 117th at. Franklin av.. Tueaday, 10 A. M. Interment Calvary. WATERMAN. Casals Maria, beloved wife cf Leon R. Waterman and beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo 81 monettl of Albany. N. Y.. after a brief lllneas. on Feb. 14. Services at August Eickelbergs Funeral Parlors, 934 Ith av., near (Ith at, to-day (Monday), Feb. II, at 2 P. M. Interment at Albany, N. Y. Albany papera copy. WATERS. Addle, wife at tbe late Will lam Watere. died Teb. 14, 1920, at the ace ot 71. 8enrlcea Wednesday afternoon. Feb. II, at 3 P. M.. at her late residence at Pier atreet. Yon kers. N. T. WOODRUFF. On Sunday. Feb. 15, sud denly ot pneumonia, George Lane, aon of the late Morris and Juliet Lane Woodruff, at hla residence, 201 West 15th at. In his 41th year. VOHANNAN. Sanam T., age II years, noised away Feb. 14. 1910. Beloved wife of the Rev. Dr. Abraham To hannan and mother of leaac. Malcolm and Susan Calsandla. Albert and Alice. Funeral aervlcea at tho Cathedral ot it John the Divine, on Monday, reli. 1. at 2 P, M. Interment at Wood lan Cemetery. Yost On Feb. 13. 1120, Charles A. In hla ith year. Funeral aervlcea at hla late residence. 101 WeU 131st at. Monde). I I P. M. 7FI.1E Almlra 11111. on Feb. 14. Services The Funeral Church (Campbell BIdg.). sroadway at Sixty-sixth atreet, on Tueaday. Feb. 17. at 10 A. M. Kings ton (N. Y.) papers please copy. IN MEMORIAM. ABRAHAM. In the memory of Harry, i.(tKtlonat son of Samuel and the late Sabro, who died Feb. II, 1104. GUNTHER. Jeanette. Ever In our thoughts: In eweet and loving memory of our dear wife and mother, died Feb. 1, 1904. HEYMAN. Lwle. In memory of our dearly beloved brother, who departed this life Feb. II. 1919. May bis soul rest In peace. LON011URST. In loving memory of dear departed husband and father, Thomas A. Longhurst,' who died Feb. II, 1919. Wltr, son snd daughters. i 1 ft '. j i