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THE SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920.
Elopes With a
3Iiss Alice Princo Becomes
, Ilrido of Ono Time Instnic
' for of Blinded In "War.
filial to Tnn i?" and Nbw York Hiwi.k,
1I.vi.ti.moiu:, Mil,, March 23. Surprls- be bold In the ballroom of tho Hote
!,(? tltctr friends, Mlis Allco Prlni'c, Commodore on April 12. It will bo
.uum'.itcr of Mr. ami Mr?. Edward called a Fete ( do In Modo d'Kte, and
I'i.iko of Elllcott City, and Mr. Walter thcro will bo biiuwn tlio leading summer
V.-tker, 33 years old, of Brooklyn, N. Y fnsTilons In gowns, &c, for women and
in.-tructor In carpentry and autornobllo i girls, and In place of professional man
f i uhnnlcs at tlio Evergreen Red Cross ncnulns young married women, clebu
)i, tltuto for tlio Ullnd. announced to-' tiiutcs of tlio past winter ami Klrls wlm
. iii.il they bad clopcil to Alexandria, .have been out for Koycnil siasons will
Vi , a noi'li ago yesterday, where they display tlio creations from Tails and
v 10 married. TJicy arc now living at from the establishment of New York
H n racks No. 7, lit the Institution. diessmakers.
..... .... . ,, ... It wl'l bo an evening party, and after
Mr. Baker probably Is, excluding Miss ie gmM ,iavc been sliown there will
II. len Keller, ono of tlio most remark-; be dancing. Mrs. Gilbert II. Montngno
iih!c blind persons In the world, llllnd Is at tho head of the committee Slio
. ii I- ho was 12 years old, he studied and "'HI liavo tho assistance, of Mines.
, graduated with honors from Colum- Gouvorneur MorrlH, llenjamln T. Tllton,
l.t I nlveihity. George A. Legg, Nellsou'Vanderbllt and
When this country became Involved Oren Root and Miss Grace Brlsted,
In iur with .Germany his wonderful; Among tlio women acting as models
;,i,ou ledge enabled lilm to answer the ' will bu Mmes. Lydlg Iloyt, J. l'hlllp
I i. arms and tho Government sent ' Benkard, Frederick T. Krellnghuysen,
1 ii overseas to do vocational work Herbert Shlpman, Harold I, Pratt,
i ! mg tho blind soldiers and to cheer 1 Hobert Goelet, Cornelius 11. Tangemnn
t "i Ho s-cived a year and a half and Itlchard S. Emmet, Misses Ellse
oursi-as and wan one of the few blind ! Everett, Adelaide Sedgwick, .Marie La
ni i-ent to France by this Government, j Marche, ConstHnco Fahys, Graco Hen-Hi.-
success otitis work among the 1 drlck, Mercedes do Acoata, Kathrlno
l ' n led men soon was realized, and I Knapp, Tolly Pamrosch, Ludle Haldwin
i i r loturiilng to tho States he was
l.uiiie Instructor at Evergreen.
It was at a danco la!t autumn at
j rsreen that tlio romance began. To
t 'hat tt was a case of "love at first
,! t ' would bo only one-halt true, and
j i that is Just what It was.
M . PniKo is an expert automobillst
t l i, hrr own car. The two took
aiiiwimihtlj trips, Miss Princo
( it at Kwrgreen with her machine,
i ' ! .' t!i" blind hero In her car to her
; ' liomo every Sunday. Miss
1 a was engaged In vocational work
i ! ri Mcllenry ntid Evergreen and
, -a : "iiil tuno to devote to tho work
tin. Travellers' AM Society at Cam
u is .-i.ition. S1m Is a handsome young
i .nan of tho blond type. Sho studied
i 1 i-.i two jenrs at the Peabody Instl
t ii . I speaks several languages.
i .ii bridegroom Is a brother cf the
!iv i' nil. .lack Prince, a graduate of
Johns Hopkins University, who, while
! ne with the Maryland troops, mado
- ipreme sacrifice.
'u-grcrn has gained qulto a reputa
i f .r romances and has thus far fur
(4 lent-five blind soldiers, heroes
In., world war, who aro bridegrooms.
CONCERT FOR HOSPITAL FUND.
fl Many Artlnt.i to Appear At
SWT I lll- lltl IllL. 'll. I.J tfCUlo L.LIt:iI ill kl,C
1 cin'ert to be guen at the Hippodrome
i rxt Siindav afternoon for the fund
f ir Mflfaro Tork In liellcvue and allied
hiKii'tnls Tim snlnlstH . will Include
Mnran Kingston and Thomas Chal-
u 11,., Ml,.,.TVilllni Mma Plirl..
lino I.angcnhnn. soprano; Philip Gor
rnii, piano; Sam.ifl Gardner, violin, and
VL.s Bello Storey, prima donna, of the
Hippodrome. in addition to these
HM tho United Stato Army Sym-
P ii. v Hand will play.
Viiiong the patronesses are Mmes. A.
I! ,. i Duncan, William P. Draper,
I'axai.l Dominlek, J. Beverly Duer. Ar -
t'ir Ilutkr, Linzeo Blegden, Stuyve-
ri-i Fn-h, Jr.: John A. Hartwell, James
V i..i,ir.l. William T. Ilornadav. Wlll-
it.ni A. (.lieer and Howard Davison.
Mi Jamc3 W. Geraid, who arrived at
Mli'nl from Palm Beach to bo the guest
vi Mr, Harry S. Illicit of New York,
nt-Ttalned at luncheon yesterday
by Mr. Manton U. Metcalf on his yacht,
th" ' uh. in. He left last night for Palm
Rrm li with Mr. Black in the latter's
inhale mr, Hayslde. Others in the
J party wcro Messrs. Metcalf. Henry D.
L'onper and Paul Starrett.
Mr. Paris Slngfr Joined Mrs. Singer
t.t tlio Royal Palm yentfrday.
Me-sis. William Whitman. Jr.. Will
iam Whitman. 3d. and Lorlng Whitman
if Boston hae returned from a fishing
Mr. Walter II. Kuhn of Nice, France,
ln arrived from Now York to Join his
mutli. r, Mrs. Leon S. Kuhn, at her cot
tHK' Mr. James Deerlng Is closing his villa
prepitunrv to starting for Europe April
11 fiom Now York.
White Sulplinr SprltiK.
Oraro Howard Potter arrived from
New York jrsterday to be with her
nstfr nnd brother-in-law, Jlr. and Mrs.
.1. Kennedy Toil. They will bo Joined
by Mrs. Frazlor Campbell. Mrs. William
S Crosby. Misses Elizabeth Crosby and
Allen Doyle of Buffalo, Mrs. Gardiner
Pattisnn and Miss Emma Paltlson of
Hummlt, N. J., also arrived.
Rntcttalnlng at the Casino yesterday
t luncheon were Senator and Mrs. Iiw
rm:e '. I'hipps, who had eight guests;
-Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. King, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert W. IlallanMne, Mr. nnd
.v.-. I'owell Evans nnd D,r. and Mrs.
Wg ir Stillman.
Miss Cornelia Prime arrived at the
Jl'iT'csteud Hotel yesterday from New
York Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. 6chm!dlapt,
m ii are un their honeymoon, drove yes
terdiy to FasslVrn Farm for luncheon.
.Mr. and Mri. Alfrod M. Coats and
JIisi Elizabeth Coats started yesterday
Mrs Charley II. Howell haa returned
Prlnre nnd Princess Albert Radziwill
r' Washington, D. C arrived at the
1; "".i K ts f-stcrday, to
,!ulv In April. Others who registered
fun" rre Mr. and Mrs. C. Slaury Jones
sii'l Mi. and Mrs. Alfred Ti. Amei and
ti i' Mi-iea Ames of New York.
At i'ie annual meeting of Governors
rf th.. P.. . rln.lna rMnK 1T- Porta Qlntrn 1
Vas rt. ij president, Messrs.
tn-(. Junes nnd Edward T. Stotesburv
"e-ptesidentsl Messrs. Harold S. Van
(roiit and Frederick C. Bezner were
t,eet..j annual subscribers.
Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth Wlckes of Tux-
10 Park, N, i., gavo a luncheon yes
' riuy nt tho B-.'acli Club. Giving din
ri'is there wero Mra. J. Lorimer Wor
"n of Now York, -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Harbour of Boston. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlll
Is'n Tnaw 3d of Pittsburg and Mrs.
Vr in r..i'!.rop of Chicago.
i!i Juhn M. L. Rutherfurd has gone
f' i-e.r.il days fishing trip on boarJ
I'" li'Ht, the Slnbad 3d.
WVnlher nt AVInter Itesorts.
""mpcrattire and ntniosphcrlo condl
uotis nt winter resorts at noon yester
uv ttrrp reported as follows:
Aiken, S C 61; clear.
1-111, II. I 72; cloudy.
ri.hcr in,, Mr, slnimu io Wed
a'ld Mrs. J. V. M. Fisher of Lam-
N J . announce the encage-
eir daughter. Miss Mary
i - g 1 '".it. to Mr. Roger Onderdonk
tarns, s n of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P.
' . s of Montclalr, N. J.
YOUNG WOMEN OF SOCIETY TO
DISPLAY GOWNS FOR CHARITY
Unusual Entertainment Ts to
Be Held for Devastated
An unusual entertainment la being
arranged for the, benefit uf the American
I Cominlttco for Devastated Franco to
and Leila H. llurden.
Tickets will bo on salo later at
E.ist Thirty-ninth street.
VISITING NURSE HONORED.
Ilcception at AclKhliorhooil Play
house for aiisi I,. 1). "Wnld.
An entertainment and reception was
given by the Nelghboihood Playhouse
Players at tho Neighborhood Playhouse
last night for Miss Lillian D. Wald, to
commemorate her twenty-six jears In
nursing work slnro the inception of the
visiting nurse service of the Henry
Street Settlement. Dr. John II. Fin
ley, State Commisslnoer of Education,
spoko on the educational value of nurs
ing, pointing out how tho public health
service had spread to all parts of the
country nnd modelled itself on the
pioneer system In New York.
Paul D. Cravath, chairman of the
committee In chargo of tho campaign to
Mr. and Mrs. Colmrn to Tiring
. Their Lntost Production
to the Karris.
"Three Showers," Is to arrive oppor
tunely in New York with April. It Is
Mr. an.l Mrs. Charles Coburn's Litest
production and they announced yester
day that It will co.no to the Harris
Theatre Monday night, April 3. Tlie
book Is by William Gary Duncan, the
lyrics and music by ("reamer and Lay-
ton. The play has been on tour for
thre wpoks. It Is now in Atlantic City
jand will play in Washington next week.
The company Includes Miss Anna
I Wheaton, Walter Wilson, Paul Frawley,
William Winter Jefferson, Wilbur Cox,
Andrew J. Lawlor and a mixed cn
feniblo of twenty-four slnccrs. There
are twenty-two singing numbers In the
piece and an orchestra of twenty-six
Miss Ethel Barrymore, who was
forced to discontinue her appt-aranro in
"Declarseo" at tho Empire Theatro on
Monday night because ot an aeuto at
tack ot laryngitis, still was unable to
play last night, hut will resume her per
formance at the matlneo to-day.
The next attraction for tho Princess
Theatre will bo Joseph Klaw's produc
tion of "Mrs. Jlmmio Thompson." a
comedy by Norman S. Rose and Edith
Ellis, opening on .Monday next. Miss
Gladys Hurlbut and George L. Spauldlng
will havo the leading roles.
John Charles Thomas, barytone ot
"Apple Blossoms," yesterday bought a
country place at Great Neck, L. I., with
a self-filling cellar.
Misses Bunny Wendell and Geraldlne
Alexander have been promoted by
Charles Dillingham from the chorus of
"Tho Night Boat" at the Liberty and
given solo parts In the second act.
The Shubert revival of "Florodora"
will open at tho Globe Theatre in At
lantic City next Monday night. Miss
Rlchers of the sextet has been made I
understudy to Maigot Kelly as Angela
because both possess auburn hair and
Ono of tho five playlets to be pre
sented at tho annual dress rehearsal of
the Green Room Club at the Astor
Theatro on April 4 will be "Tho Mes
senger." by Langdon McCormick, with
a cast Including Rollo Lloyd, Earle
Mitchell. David Mitchell Murray and
Miss Dorothy Tlerney, daughter of
John Tlerney, Irish comedian, has been
engaged to play the role of Mrs. Mitchell
In "My Golden Girl" at the Nora Hayes
Theatre starting Monday.
William Rosello will play the role of
an Intoxicated man In BIdo Dudley's
farce. "Oh, Henry!" to bo presented in
Far Rorkaway on March 26, and assur
ance is given that tho part Is funny,
despite the sadness of memory.
Hippodrome Tank I.'nlt No. 1, com
posed of the disappearing mermaids In
"Happy Days," have volunteered to put
on special water stunts at the big play
homo to stimulate Interest In the ,re-
crultlng of Tank Company A, New York
State militia, recently authorized by the
Because tho strain of playing eight
performances weekly of "Richard III."
,vas too gI.eat for John Barrymore,
.. . w i . ..... ...
t ;as iuo bii-iu iui uuuii udiijinore,
Is Singer Oliver Morosco has cancelled the Thurs
E. Clar-1 matlnees at the Plymouth Theatre.
Auxiliary No. 6 of the Stony Wold
Sanatorium gave a benefit bridge party
yesterday in the Plaza. There wcro
seventy tames, me committee jnciuuca
Mmes. Alfred L. White. James L. Ash
ley, James A. Trowbridge, Abel T.
Smith, Henry L. Harrison. Cornelius V.
Barton, Thomas S. WIiibIow. Charles A.
Runk. Sidney Klrkmnn, E. E. Ellsworth,
Nicholas M. Pond and Robert L. Stre
belgh. The marrlago of Miss Helen RIckert,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward .1.
RIckert of 375 Park avenue, to Mr. Will,
lam Ford Gouldlng of this city will tako
place the afternoon of April 22 In tho
chantry of St. Thomas's Church. A re
ception wllV follow at tho Gotham.
Miss Elaine Brennan Davles of 401
West End avenue, who will bo married
to Mr. Hoxle Anderron of Ardmore.
Okla.. the evening of April 6 In St.
Bartholomew's Church, will have for her !
onlv attendant Miss Vlrxlnla Alexander
of Fairfield, Va. Mr. Allen Davles. the
bride's brother, will bo best man. A re
ceptlon and dinner will follow at the
Mrs. Lydig Hoyr, who will appear
in a fashion show for charity.
niiHo $ l .ono.noo for tho visiting nurso j
semi e, lomniented on the comparative
Intdgnlflcanro of such an amount for a
city like this to raise. A series of de
scriptive dances was presented by the
Junior and-Senlor Festival Dancers, one
of the organizations ot the Henry Street
Tho hostesses Included the Misses
Allco and Irene Lewlsohn, Miss Agnes
Morgan and Miss Helen Arthur. Among
the guests Invited were Mrs. August
Belmont. Mrs. Cornelius N. Bliss. Jr.:
Mrs. James S. Cushman, Mrs. Robert V.
de Forest. Mrs. Daniel Guggenheim, Mrs.
B. Henry Harrlman, Mrs. Wlllard D.
Straight and Mrs. William K. Vander
bllt; lr L. Kmmett Holt. Messrs.
Adrian IsMIn, John G. Mllbum. Grayson
M. P Murphy, John D. Ryan and Jacob
Misses Mampcll, Dnvics and
Son in Sins: Young' Vio
Miss -Edna Mampell, a contralto,
heard hero first four seasons ago, gave
a, ,ong recital esterday In Aeolian Hall
with Richard Hageman at the piano. In
old airs, classic and modern songs, she
displayed a voice of good quality, on the
wholo well controlled, and used with
much taste. Moro Imaginative coloring
would ndd to her work, but her gen
eral Intelligence mado her singing en
joyable. At the Princess Theatre in the after
noon Miss Penelope Davles, a young
Canadian mezo-soprano who gave a
leeltul here last season, was heard. n
Bos at tho nlano. Her list included Wac-
npr'r. snnffs. 'Sftrrnw" nnd "IlrnniiiH ' I (
frevernl Srandlnftvlnn selections, siinc- In
their different original languages, nnd
"Three Love Songs." with words by Ta-
gore nnd music by Bertha Wegener- j
Koopmnn, which wero marked as new
Tho singer has a volco of light lyric
timbre, which sho used with a faulty
tone emission. A certain freedom of
style and pleasing stage presence
hleped to give Interest to her singing.
At Carnegie Hall in the evening Ru
dolph Polk, a young vnllnlt of this city,
who first played here last October, gave' I
sieimd rcclt.il, with a programme con-
'talnlnB Tartlnl's O minor sonata nnd
Sant-Saens's B minor concerto as Its
chief numbers. Mr. Polk's delivery again
showed goiid technical schooling, with a
tone and stylo lacking color. His attl
tudo toward the music was serious and
his general work showed artistic pur
pose. In tho evening at Aeolian Hall Miss
Frances Sonln, American soprano, gave
a costume recital of "juvenile characters ;
of various ages and stages." American
rroups ot songs for a glrhand boy in
eluded Wade's "I've Got a Pain In My
haw dust" and Warford "The Secret
o' tl..1 Gull." Russian folk songs sung
1'irling" nnd a Japanese group, "The
Jap Doll," by Jessie Gaynor. Miss So
nln talked about some of the songs in a
light and Interesting manner. As usual,
her audience was an enthusiastic one.
NEXT WEEK'S OPERA BILLS.
Mine. Eniton to Sins Kundry In
"I'nrslfnl" on Good Frldny.
With, Mine. EaMon singing Kundry I
for the first time hero "Parsifal" will.
h sung Good Friday afternoon at the1
Metropolitan. Mi. Harrold will have 1
the titlo role.
Other operas next week will be:
"Rlgoletto" Menday with Mmes. Bar
rlentos and Braslau and Mr. Laznro,
rhls first time this season) ; "Manon"
Wednesday with Mme. Farrar. Messrs.
Hackctt and Chalmers flits first time I
hero as Lescaut), and Whltchlll (hlslvard Malo Quartet and the son of Mr.
first time here ns tho Count de Grtcu.x) ; land Mrs. Llewellyn S. Evans of Hyde
"Eugeno Onyegin," Its eecond perform- Park.
Mesfrs. Martlnelll and Do I.uca ; "Tosca" '
Motsrs. MRrtinelll nnd Do Lucn, "Tosca" j Mr. nnd Mrs. James Cameron Mae
Friday with Mme. Farrar and' Messrs. Kenzlo of New York aro guests of the
I.,azaro and Scottl, and "L'EIHr latter's mother, Mrs. John E. Toulmln at
d'Amorn'' Saturday nfternoon with ,
Mme. Barrlcntos and Meters. Caruso
"Boris Godunoft" wit' be sung Satur
day evening of next week with Mme.
Braslau and Messrs. DIdur and Harrold.
At next Sunday night's conceit
Albert Spalding, violinist, will play and
Miss Nina Morgana and Mr. Amato
MnRtstrnte Stops Gtrl Dancer.
Magistrate Nolan In the Jefferson
Market police court yesterday eald that
Vivian Connors, 11 years old, was too
young to be singing and dancing In
"What's In a Name" nt Maxlne Elliott's
Theatre. Her mother. Mrs,
Cnnnnrs of 20'4 East Fifty-first street,
. . . , . . . .
anu .Morris ureen oi uie meairo wero
held In $300 ball each to tell the Jus-
. i u 1. 1 a.i,, .i,,. iv, ai i.
UClVf 111 t -... 1 ' . " J bllujr UIU 11.
Mme. Gall Ilenr Chora Sing.
Mme. Yvonne Gall, who w.l. be the !
.MM.t thn r.n.l.'. T.lhrti- Chn,.
Carnegie Hall on Friday
Ised that organization yes-
terday by attending its rnhcarB.il. After
Mme Gall sings "Old Folks at Home" at
the concert a scroll will be presented
to her making her an honorary mem-
ber of the organization. I
Mr. Cornelius Vnndcrbllt, Jr., who will
marry Miss Itachel Littleton on April 2.
will give liU farewell bacholor dinner on
April 24 ut tho homo of his parents,
Ilrlg.-Gsn. and Mrs. Vanderbllt, 010 Fifth
At tho wedding of Mr. Scth Low, eon
of Mrs. Abbot A. Low, and Miss Kllza
both Carrlngton Frank In St. Thomas's
Church April 27 Miss Allco Davison and
Mrs. Talbot J, Taylor, Jr., will attend
the bride as maid and matron of honor
respectively. Mr. Gcorgo ( W. I'OW
will bo best man. There will ba eight
bridesmaids and thirteen uiliers.
Miss Esther I Denny, daughter of Col.
and Mrs, Thomas Denny, who will bo
married to Dr. D, Glen Smith of Schenec
tady, N. Y on .April C at tho homo ot
Iter parents, 32 East Sixty-fourth street,
has selected her bridal attendants, who
will Includo Mrs. James lllackstono Tay
lor, Jr., Miss Beatrice Tost, Miss Con
stanco Qulnby and Miss Mary 6. Cush
maii. Miss Amcy D. Denny, ft younger
Meter, will nttend tlio bride. Dr. John
McMullcn of Schenectady will be best
Mrs. R. Horace a.illatln of 38 East
Seventy-fifth street will give a dinner to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Archibald M. McCrca ar- uplifting power of tho fame of the com
rlved at the Plaza yesterday from their ' poser, who was none other than Dr.
country Place, ISrunswIck Hall, Law- Samuel Johnson's friend, Oliver Gold-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Connfolt have
returned from Palm Reach to their home,
119 East Elghty-flrst street.
Mr nnd Mrs, Henry A. C. Taylor, 3
East Seventy-IlrH street, will give a din-1
tier to-morrow evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Darwin P. Klngsley will
leave Scuttle early In April for on
tended tour of Japan nnd the Orient.
Among tho members nf their party will
be Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Vandcrllp, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Seymour Lo Grand Cromwell
ot New York and Mr. George ErOnan
of Rochester, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuyvcsant Fish, Jr., en
tertained several friends at luncheon nt
Delmonlco'B yesterday before starting on
a Western trip.
Gen. nnd Mrs. Edward P. Meany have
camo to the Plaza from Palm Bench,
where they will remain until they return
to Alnwick Hall, Convent, N. J.
The French Ambassador and Mme. J.
.1. Justerand had a dinner last night for
the Belgian Ambassador and Baroneto
de Cartler de Marchlenne.
The Charge d'Affaires of the Czecho
slovak Legation. Mr. Jan Masaryk,
started yesterday for a week's visit In
Air Commodore L. E. O. Charlton, air
attache of the British Legation, will
.iui.cn. oi . i . ''
start this week for California, where lie ,
wilt Join the Princo of Wales and his ,
The engagement Is announced of Mlsa
Lillian L. Cooper, daughter of tho late
Mr. James H. Cooper of Washington, to
Cant. G. Gnriloii-Smlth of the Roval Ser
bian army. dpt. Gordon-Smith Is at
tached to tho intelligence section of the
headquarters staff and has been In
Washington for tho last three years at
tno disposition o tno legation m in ,
MllKUUlll Ui Hit JUI "."I ''vn.a ....u i.w
Miss Nancy Lane, who has decided
upon Tuesday afternoon. April 20, ns the
dato for her marriage to Mr. Phillip C.
Kauffmami, urn ot Mr. and Mrs. Victor
K.iuiTm.inn, will have as her chief at
tendant Mir' Frances Hampson. The
ceremony will take placo In St John's
Episcopal Church, and will bo followed
by a reception at the home of the bride's
parents, ono time Secretary ot tho In
terior and Mrs. Franklin lv- Lane. Miss
Hampson will glvea dinner ut the Chevy
Mr. and Mis. W. 11 Wall, who were
cuests of the Secretary of Commerce and
Mrs. J. W. Alexander, havo returned to
their home In Qulncy, 111. Mrs. Alex
ander will receive to-day. With her will
iv. . un m;i ..ill i
be her daughters, Mrs N. R. Jenner and
Miss Rowena Alexander.
Ono time Surgeon-General Rupert
Bluo will start on Saturday for Bag-
Innrl 1 (, Mnrrsnnl Ihk pnnntrv n th
International conference of physicians,
surgeons nnd hyglenis'.s convening In 1
London on April 12. I
Mr. and Mr.. Ii
ICdson Bradley are at the i Ordro du st- Esprit. An eighteenth cen
ito to New York from St, i ,ur' French snuff box In gold and
Shorfcham en rout
Mr. William Whltln- Andrews, F,r,t
S-tnr. nf I.-mh.. l,n arrival In I
Washington after nine years' foreign
service and Is stationed nt the Stato Do-
In Other Places
Mr. and Mr William Phillips and
Mrs. John C. Phillips of Boston are at I
l I'urlnton Inn. Stockbrldge. Mr. Phillips,
who recently km appointed Minister to
Holland, and Mrs. Phillips will start
for there on April 0. Mrs. Andrew J.
Peters, wife of Mayor Peters of Boston
and sister of Mr. Phillips, Is expected at
the I'urlnton this week.
Miss Mary' Parsons of New York ar
rived yesterday at. Stonover, In Lenox.
The engagement Is announced of Miss , over a coro and decorated with im
Lucy C. Rlcketson of Marlboro street. nroii pinm (hrMiln.
Boston, to Mr. Robert W. Ferguson, son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinton Ferguson of
Now Bedford. Miss Rlcketson Is tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G.
Rlcketson and a grandnlcco of the late
Mr. William F. Davis of Arlington,
Mass., announces tho engagement of his
sister, Miss Mabel Frances Davis, to Mr.
Llewellyn McLean Evans of tho Har-
her home In Boston
Mrs. King Carley of New York yes
terday leased for her third season In
Newport the Booth bungalow, near
Senator Le Baron B. Colt has arrived
In Providence from Washington and
Joined his family for a few days.
FOR HUMANE EDUCATION.
Committee Meets nt Home of Jlra.
Lewis Gouvernenr Morris.
Jlrs. Lewis Gouverneur Jlorrla held
an Informal reception yesterday after-
noon at her home, 1015 Park avenue, for
1. i.t I h o Ulmnnn PillMnllnn
"i"i""" A '""""" I
Committee, who are. lntercstca in the I
mihwt nf lium.ine education n the nun.
- - '
vfnnl V. Tlreltunir. the Itcv. Dr. Ifenrv
Mottet. Rabbi Schulman, Mgr. Michael
J. Lavelle. Dr. Joseph II. Wade. Dr.
William T. iiornaaay, Mr. nenry .lenmns
and a number of the school principals
of this city. Liter the committee will
"hold a publlo meeting. Tea was served
after an Informal talk.
$2fi00 Paid for
at Wallace Sale
Total for Library Now
Amounts to $71,744 Other
When the Princess Dowager ot Wales
dlfd In Fobruary, 1772, a poem of lam-
entatlon In tho august style, by "a gen-
tieman of acknowledged literary metrlt,"
was recited ami sung with approprlato l0Ur ,ny for WOmcn a; tho hearing be
muslo in tho fashionable rooms of Mrs. foro tn0 scnat0 and Assembly commit
Cornely, In Soho Snuarc. The poem was ! tees on labor and Industry. Tlio general
printed, but has become very rare, in
fact, there aro supposod to bo hut two
copies now In existence, nnd ono of them
was sold last night In tlio salo of tho
Wnllaco Library at the Amcrlcnn Art
Association for 92,000 to the Itosenbach
Possibly this rcspectablo sum was
paid not so much for the uplifting qual
ity of tho lamentation ns for tho now
mmltli. mtvpr. it seems. WBS Uneasy
over mo presenianon oi una iuuihii
1 engaged Croddock to assist him with It,
and thcro Is a noto extant in which ho
I begs the latter to aid him nt tho "re-
hearsal on Monday, when, If Mr. Crad-
dock would come and afterward take a
bit of mutton chop, It would add to his
' other obligations." This particular copy
oi me innmoaia Augusiuiin mm m
Ml stlnctlon of havtag onco heiongeu w
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Jioraco waipoie, wuo wroio
' nl.l,.,lll," ., (1, (llln n-lirn
Goldsmith" on the ti tl o page.
Another rarity, a volumo
chiefly remarkable for the binding m.Uo
expressly lor (.roller, no. bjj, ami oncu
In tho Robert Hoo collection, sold to
Gabriel Wells for $1,950. Mr. Wells
also gave $1,800 for No. 711, the "Iml
tatlo Chrlftl," by Thomas a Kempls,
ono ot tl.e most famous books In tho
world. It was printed about 1471, In
Augsburg, and bears tho book plato of
tho late Henry W. Poor.
Another Interesting souvenir of the
Poor library was No. 614. tho "Poly
cronyn" of Ranulph Hlgden, 1527. which
sold to Walter M. Hill for $1,051. Mr.
Tilt. . , ... .1.
Hill also gave $-30 for .No. 4 b I, Edward
I-ltzgeralds translation of the Rub-
alyat" of Omar Khayyam, nnd $825 for
No. 565, tho first edition of Hawthorne's
E. I'. Dutton & Co. gave $330 for No.
408, Bishop Douglas's metrical transla
tion ot Virgil's .Eneld; the Brick Row
Book Shop paid $335 for No. 426, a set
of first editions of George Eliot, nnd
5395 for No. 4C2, a set of Henry Fleld-
T.-i -i loor :
lng'a works; A. Swann, agent, paid $460
for No. 174, Benjamin Franklin's trans
lation of Cicero, tho first translation
from tho classics In America; $433 tor
No, 6C9 a nol.ao neat(l0 from tlle 100r
. . ,
J'alJ 'T,am , b0 'or No' '31. the works
Gabriel Wells gave !30 for No. .'.OS,
Goldsmith's "Vicar of Wakefield";
.lames F. Drake bought No. 5,16, John
Greene's "Refutation," for $r,rtii. nnd
$410 for No. 616, Waller Hiltnn's "Scala
Pcrfnctlonis"; Mr. Wolf gavo $450 for
No. 565, a Hawthorne broadside, "Times
Portraiture," and $320 for No. 567, tho
first edition of "Time.) Portraiture."
, Charles Scrihner'a Sons paid $410 for
x 734 Kcata. i.oem8( and $230 for No
3ii, Keats' "Lamia "
The total for tho day's sale was $29.
070.30, making the grand total $71,744.
Tho sale continues to-dav.
ANTIQUE ART OBJECTS.
Cnlonnn nnd Curtis Collection nt
E. Colonna, who la known both nbroa1
and In America as ono of tho originat
ors of tho ori tiouveou movement, has
placed his private collection of art ob-
and 26. With them Hre shown Inter
esting pieces of antique glass from the
estato of tho lute Thomas E. H. Curtis,
to he sold on March 27.
Mr. Colonna'n collection Is replete
with objects that aro calculated to give
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V,, .. . renneu i.iaies.
tho double charm of quaint design and
historical suggestion ; thcro Is a variety
,1' u carving, nniiu-
""u iMiiiiukui i-i, niuiuu umi
Japanese P"'tery, embroideries, color
An old 1 rench Jewelled nnd enamelled
( ollar ts said to be a necklace of tho
i enamoi is an excellent example ot goou
I workmanship. There ts an Important
Piece of Sultanabad w-are with a decora-
"OH tllllt bCtraj'S .1 Strong ailllCPO lll-
(luencc; a tcrles of tho different metals
pieces u&ed In Japanese armor, number
ing 3centy-two In all, and an Inter
esting carved leather chair of seven
teenth century Spanish- morlcan work
manship. A manuscrlnt injpy of the
famous Persian epic, "Piok of Kings."
by Flrdusl, was written in the sixteenth
contury and Is enclosed in a flr.o con
The CurtUi glass, most of It, dates
back Into remote antiquity, and practi
cally all of the pieces have the brilliant
Iridescence that Is produced by the pass
ing of centuries. Tlio collection con
tains a number of the raro Syrian
bottles made In opaque glass and blown
in a mould, as, well as a group of early
EcvDtian vacs made of gla-ss moulded
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'FOR HAMMERSTMN MEMORIAL.
Concert Transferred From Metro
politan to tho Hippodrome.
Another change lias been mado In
tho localo of the concert for the
Oscar Hammersteln Memorial Fund.
First vlt was lo bo at tho Manhattan,
then It was transferred to tho Metro
politan ami jestcrday it was moved to
tho Hippodrome. The dato Is Sunday
evening, May 2. Tho reason for the
change Is said to bo tho larger capacity
of tho Hlppodromo and tho fact that
Mme. Tetrazzlnl. who will be one of
the principal artists to give their ser
ices, already had tho Hippodrome for
that dato for a concert. Sho will let It
he her contribution to the memorial for
tho opera producer, under whose direc
tion eho attained her first great fame.
Miss Emma Trentlnl, another singer
who owes her success largely
lato Impresario, will bo anothe
will appear. .
LEWIS G0MPERS IS DEAD.
Lewis Gompcrs. brother of Samuel ! ft'r nineteen years superintendent
Gompers, prosldejit of the American Piin-.-iry department of the Summer
Federation of Labor, died yeslerdav t , Methodist Sunday rchool.
his home, 105 Berkeley place, Brooklyn.
Ho was born In London, England, Cilnnililn Ynr.nlty Pluy To-nlKht. ;
slxty-ono yearsago nno came to tne
.. .. . : . ..... ... . ..
united Kiates wncn a cniui. lie main-
ueil for years n cigar .shop it Fultor
- r- v,-i i i i.
street, near Cumberland street. Brook-;
vn. At tho tlmo of death ho was en-,
V,?.n,.cin). clsar bU!l""3
nights and Saturday afternoon at ;
i ... f fi.r.nf.V.ru1 Tnfo..,o.in,i 1
Vnlon and at the tlmo of death was
president of the Retail Tobacco Dealers'
In addition to Iih wife
and fvmlly ho Is survived by four
brothers and two sisters. Samuel Gom-
pcrs will be at the funeral to-morrow j
ALBANY LIKELY TO
RILL WOMEN'S BILLS
Minimum Wage and Eight
Hour )ay Measures Aiuiear
to Bo Doomed.
Sntctal to Tiik Sds and Nrw Tom: llr.iuip.
, amiant, March 23. Much ill feeling
.cropped out to-d.iv among women's or-
I ganlzatlons opposing and favoring tho
i i,ina f0r a minimum wage and an eight
uencr nero is mat pom meso measures
Gov, Smith Is lighting hard to force
tlio Republicans to support tho bills, hav
Ing mado sovnral speeches In up-State
cities, Tho Governor, however, - failed
to make nny comment to-day on the
charges presented to him by the Lcaguo
of Women Voters that tho lobby main
tained by Mark A. Daly of tho Asso.
dated Industries, In conjunction with , oMnfluenr'ai sho had been a lead
Speaker Sweet nnd tho Lusk committee, - K "', ." "mnnD. ,ho vouncer helners
have been stifling puffllo support of
thpso welfare measures.
Mr. Daly at the hearing to-day de- i
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at me hearing w-uay ne-
ms conducted nh open lobby
welfare bills, nnd termed the
of tho League of Women
V1UICII 11U iliLH
Voters "maliciously untrue."
Mrs. Frank A. Vandcrllp, president of
the Now York Stato Leaguo of Women
Voters, who llstoned to Mr. Daly's denial,
Issued a statement Inviting the Legisla
ture to Investigate tho entire subject.
"Other Important revelations will be
presented by tho leaguo at any time the
j.'iiri .u urn mrnji m I'll nwn I
Legltilatiiro rarest to go into the matter,"
. Mrs Vnm,cr "
Anmerlng Senator I.u.ik'f
. 1 1. IV . I 1 1 1 OI1II1UU J.ll.ll,.
,mimiui. nut accusations were an ijuiik,
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, . - . - s.n:ltnr n...
pnnnrt nr S'ena-
tnr Thompson may demand a legisla
At tho hearing were 200 women, rep
resenting 175 organizations that havo
Indorsed the minimum wage nnd eight
hour day bills. Opposing them w.ib a
ssroup of women, organized Into tho
League of Equal Opportunity, who con
tended that tho bills reacted to the detri
ment of working women.
Organized labor leaders favored the
IIHHOMICU, UI1U liH.ll Cfl.L-l.llVf t V.1UIK.U 11
l,4 flareup betw,.en Bprnar,i .Noan who
. , ,.... N. Yfrk Pr(,sm.n..
measures, nnd their speeches resulted In
Union when the famous "walkout oc
i.urred last fall, and James P. Holland,
president of tho State Federation of
Iibor. Mr. Holland charged that Nolan
was expelled from tlio ranks of organized
"It's a lie!" shouted Mr. Nolan. The
rommltteo chairman rapped hh gavel for
order, however, and thcro was no
FRED'K HERRESH0FF DEAD.
W'n Son of Proident of Gcnernl
Frederick Herreshoff, ton of J. B.
Herreshoff, president of tho General
Chemical Company, died of pneumonia
last night at his home. 100 West Fifty
ninth street. He was born in Brooklyn
Pilrty-ono years ago. Ho ii survived by
hia wife, jho was JIIss Mary Faulkner,
an nctrcss. They were married In 190H
vhllo Fho was playing In a musical
comedy at the Casino: Mr. Herreshoff
served as a private with tho Ameriian
army In Franco. He was noted us a
golf player and won many tournaments
in this country and abroad.
WILLIAM 31 1'.IOIIA N .
Will.am Meehin, actor, who attained
great success In "Turn to tho Right," In
which ho plned one of the crook;', died
estorday from consumption ut hia homo
133 West 121th street. He leaves a wife,
known on tho btago in Violet Pearl, and
a daughter twelve jcaru old. Ho was
born In Manhattan thirty-four years ago
and was educated at tlio Holy Cross
School In Forty-second street, lie matin
his stare debut at tho Casino In "The
Runaways" and later played for eight J
years In burlesque with his wife. His
rext engagement was with l'ozo Stahl
In "Moonlight Mary." From that play
ho was selected by Wlnchell Smith and
John L. Golden for "Turn to the Right."
Ho was to have rosumed his old rolo In
tho London production of the play this
MRS. Vlllt-VOX 31. DAVIS.
Mrs. Harriet Lobdell Davis, wife ot
Supremo Court Juttlco Vernon M. Davis,
died Monday night at her home, fl East
Ninety-fourth street. She ..s born in
Bridgeport, Conn., In 1S63. Her father
i.t ono tlmo was rector of St. Andrew's
Church, Fifth avenue near 127th street.
Mrs. Davis was a member of the women's
nuxlllary of tho Cathedral of St. John
tho Divine, the Colonial Dames nnd the
Daughters of tho American Revolution.
Tho funeral will bo held from St. Agnes a
Chapel, Columbus avenue and Ninety
second street, to-morrow at 10 A. M.
Pishop Charles Sumner Burch will read
tho service, ass'stcd by the Rev. Will
iam T. Manning of Trinity Church.
MW9. E. E. MEACHAM.
Mr. Lula G. Meacham, wlfo of E. E.
Meachani, real estato operator, died last
night at her home, S30 Park avenue.
She was born In Memphis, Tenn., sixty
years ago and had lived In this city
twenty years. She was a member ot tlio
Daughters of the Confederacy, the Dixie
Cluh, tho Southern Society and the Ten
prsaee Society. Sergeant Alvln C York,
vorld war hero, was entertained by her
when ho arrived in this city from I
Vienna, March 18. Maurlco Bene
dict, editor and owner of Austria's fore
most newspaper, tho .Ycue Frclo Pressc,
d'lcd last night. Ho was 72 years old.
Funeral services will be held to:nlght
for David Nelson, who was for 'many
Years In the hardwaro busuioffc on
Broadway. Brooklyn. Ho had recently
lived with his daughters, Annie E. I
Parker and Jennie II. Burst, at Ridge-1
wood, N. J- :
Dr. Jerome Gill Atkinson. i retired i
physician, died Monday ot Influenza at j
123S Pacific street, Brooklyn. He is j
survived by his wife and threo daugh
ters. Maurice J. Mulcare. one of Brooklyn's
oldest bandmasters, died Monday night
of aiiop'.exy uf his home, 12.11 Herkimer
of ajiop'.cxj uf his home, 12.11 Herkimer ,
by two sons and four daugh-
I em. ' f
! Mini Elleanore Rreene. wife of Will
iam V. Breene, r prominent resident of
port, hestcr, N. Y., died at her homo
csteid.iy at the ago oc ci years, sue
........ mUl M. tll0 folumbla Collcgo ,
...,,... s..irir.,i .misk-il comedv will
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' its first ure-entatlon at the Hotel
bao 'la "rsi presenianon at too iiotoi
A' t to-night under tho direction ot
.,..., m.,.. t. i. m
bo gn to-mow Friday and Satur-
",8 ,l0t('1 'aier in j niiaaeipiua, i
Washington and Baltimore.
Mls Wnlton Golne Alirond.
Miss Florence Walton, dancer, w.ll go
to Europa In June and will make a tour
of Italy in an automobile specially built
DR. L. E. SCHMAUK DEAD.
Ilonil or United Lutheran
(Mi ii relies of America.
Ledanon, Pa., March 23. Dr. L. E.
Fchmauk, head of the United Lutheran
Uiurcheti of the United states, men nero
to-day at tho ago of !0. I
Dr. Schtnauk was head ot tho Mount!
Airy Lutheran Institute Philadelphia.
Ho edltt'd the J,ufiecm for many years.
TTa nn l.nwn In T niiAndtnn I"fl flirt ,
son of tho Rev. llenjamln W. Schmank.
anil whs ordained to tho ministry In
iu vi tin wui it in uuituvavu. i m-j
18S3. Two years later ho became editor1
of tho .Mfffterati Church Ittvhxe. Ho
Jutcr boca.110 general counsel of tho
Lutheran Church, an officer of tlia Inter
national council and president of tho
i Philadelphia Theological .seminary.
Ho was formerly president of tho
Pennsylvania German Society. After tho
world war began ho declared that to ho
h truo Lutheran meant also to -bo a true
Ills works Included "The Negative
Criticism of tho Old Testament," "Dlblo
i History" and "History of tho Lutheran j
Church in Pennsylvania."
miss finirrnunn n. ixoacii.
Tlsa Gertrude Dorothy Roach, only
child of Mr. and Mrs. John O. iioacii
of Cranford, N. J., died Saturday after
lllnnn titwrrr n rpr.nl nl-
, . : , , , , , n..rni wnr.
I iii rnlslnir funds for tho soveral war
time activities and for charitamo pur-
H f th , , prornnent t
. J,;? ,," , ,i 7,, Vnrk is Mnvor
LEVY. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nathaniel Levy
announce the birth of a son on Sat
urday, March 20, 1920.
TUTELMAN STRIKER. Mr. and awf.
announce tho annulment of the en
gagement of their daughter, Elsie
K to Samuel Tutelman.
ROBERTS, BISGAARD. Miss Julio
Hlldohorg Blsgaard and Dr. D. Ed
gar Robcits, at Holmdel, N. J., on
Sunday, March 21, 1020.
Ackerman. W P.
Atkinson, J. Gill
Harnett, IiO Roy
Hogenauer. Anna E.
Johanscn. Thcreso J.
tniison. Johanna I.
Bergen, Parmenus J. Klein, Abraham
Blcltford.L, SI. l.ee. Sarah
Bird, Charles Loch. Jacob i
Brummer, Anna K. Martin, A. V.
Hurras, James W. Meaelmm. Lula O.
Clarke, E. McV. Median, William E
Cumnock. 1". F. P.. Michel, Anna
Currier. Jennie R. Nelson, David
Davis, Harriet L.
Nichols, William E.
Pat! Ick. Charles H.
Trcdvvell, C. S.
Do Mastor.U, M.C.
Felton, Charles W.
Froblsher, A. V. B.
Hall, Philander D
Van Lacr, A. T.
Henderson. Wilbur I'W'ost, Estolla L.
Herreshoff, F. Worrall, Frank I.
Hewlett, Anna W. .
Jacobs, Rose A.
ABRAHAM. Hannan, on March 23,
1920, dearly beloved wlfo of Isidor
and dearly beloved mother of Bertha
Mayer, Jack , nnd Harry Abrams.
Funeral from her lato residence, 8
West 103d st., Thursday, March 25,
1920, 2P. M.
ACKERMA'N. Warren Preston, on
March 22, husband of Sarah Dunn.
Funeral service ut his lato resi
dence. 434 West 41th, Wednesday,
at S :30 P. M. Interment private.
ATKINSON. James Monroo Post, 607,
Dept of N. Y.. G. A. It., March 23,
1920. Comrades of James Monroo
Post, 607, and other comrades of
tho Grand Army of the Republic nro
requested to attend the funeral ser
vices of our beloved comrade, J. Gill
Atkinson, ndjutunt of the post, from
Ht. Bartholomew's P. ' EI Church.
Pacific rt.. near Bedford av., on
Wednesday, March 21, nt 2:30 P. M.
William Leggclt, Commander; Ed
win B. Collins, Sergeant-Major.
BARDES. Entered into rest March 23,
1920, Hugo Bardes, dearly beloved
ton of Helen Bardes. Interment
BARN ETT. Le Roy, suddenly, March
23, son ot Mrs. Helen Foster Bar
nett, 1D6 Washington Park, Brook
lyn. Funeral prlvata. Friends
pleaso omit flowers.
BERGEN. At his resldonre. S4 Sterling
place. Monday, M.ircli 22, 1120, Par
menus J., husband of Annie r. Ber
gun. Funeral private.
BICKFORD. On Monday, March 22, at
his residence, c25 AVest End av.,
Now York City, I.lew-Vdyn Marr
Blekford. In hh 56th year. Sr
ees w'll bo liRld at his lato home,
Wednesday afternoon at 2 :D0, mid
nt the chapel at Evergreens Ceme
tery, Portland. Mo., at 2 P. M.
BIRD. On March 22, In New York,
f uddeiily, after a brief Illness, Brig.
(!rn. Cliatles Bird, retired. U. S.
Army. Funeral will be held from
his lato residence. Wilmington. Del.,
on Wednesday afternoon.
BRUMMER. On Monday, Mnrh. 22,
1920, Anna K. Brlimmer (nee
Doscher), widow of John Brummer,
in her S7th year. Funeral rervica
at her late residence, 118 96th St..
Woodhaven, L. I., on Thursday eve
ning, March 23. at 8 o'clock. Fu
BURRAS. Monday. March 22, 1920, at
his home, 47 Claremont av., James
W. Hurras, beloved husband of M.
Elizabeth Burras. Funeral services
and interment private.
CLARKE. Elizabeth MoWllllama. wife
of tho lato Thomas L. Clarke of'
New Orleans. La., in her 75th year,
on March- 23. In New York city. I
Services at tne cmircii or tlie J:i- Services Stephen Merrltt's Chapel,
carnation, Madison av. and 35th st.. j 223 Sth uv.. near 21st at, Wednes
on Wcdncadaj, March 21, at 11 A. j day, 8 P. M.
m. Jt is requested mat no now era
0P5' f W 1'iTcn C. Tredwcll, at the residence
CUMNOCK. At Lowell, Mass., on Mon- j 0f her niece. Mrs. J. Turvls Haua
dav, Marcli 22, Frances Farqua-, man. 543 17th av.. Seattle. Wnsh.
liarson Ros. widow of Alexander G. ,
V.UII1IIU. U. Ill 1(1,1 J.U JKbl ui IIU1 i
age. Funeral notice later. Funsral
services at the family residence, j
Belmont av., Lowell, in Tlursday. !
r....nnnl. I !. C.l ,.t 1....
March 25. ut 2:30 P. Jr.
v-fV v i
.Xtrck.l. 9.0. Jem,
J., on Sun-
Currier. Funeral service will be
held at her lato home, ISt Quitman j
Ft., "Newark, on Wednesday, March i
21. at 2:30 P. M. Relatives and'
friends nro invited to attend. Inter
ment nt tho convciiienco of the fom
lly. Pleaso omit flowers.
DAVIS. On March LJ, 19"0. at her,
home. f East 91th rt , New Vork t
. trn..i. r ..K.I..M T-i.-.t,. l..i. .t '
lllj, 11,111 ICL IJUUUe.l l'.l3, m il.., vil I
wife of Vernon M. Davis nnd daugh
ter of tho late Rev. Francis Lob
dell. D. D. Funeral services at St.
Agnes Chapel, Trinity PXrlsh, West ;
92d m., near Columbus av., on ;
Thursday, March 25, at 10 o'clock. '
Buffalo (N. V.). Cleve'aud (Ohio)
. nnd New Haven (Conn.) papers ',
pleaso copy. j
DAVIS. The Now York City Chapter, ;
D. A. R., announro with deep regret
the death on M.uVi U3, 19211, of Mrs I
Vernon M. Davis, one of our most
beloveu nicn.'rs. Mra. Alfred W. I
Cochran, Regent. I
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UU MASTUNU -Jiarcn ... ui.w v.
ago 22. Funeral Chipe! Stephen
Merrltt Burial and Cremation Com
pany, 161 Sth av., corner 18th t
ELY. Goldlne, bolovecl mother of Ella
Herllner nnd grandmother of Alva.
Wallach and Lena Morris Ely. Ser-
I viri.ii nf mr, wt Kn.l n. 12:30 Tuea-
day, March 23. interment uemop-
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FELTON. At Itedlands, ,Cal ren. .5,
1020. Charles W. Folton, belovod hus
band of Cora Smedberc Fclton, eon
of tlio Into United States Senator
Keltou and brother of Mrs. W. D.
Tj.ir t,i e.1 1 i--.il T"n rwn... M T
Adallno Vanderpoel Bryan Fro
blshcr, wlfo ot Frederick Martin
Froblshor, at her lipme, 10G Sussex
av. Funeral services private. In
terment at Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
! HALL. On Saturday, March 20, at
Plnohurst, N. C, Philander D. Hall
of Akron, Ohio.
HENDERSON. On Tuesday, March 23,
1920, Wilbur V., belovod hdsband ot
Mary J. Hcndorson, In the 73d year
of his ago. Funeral services at Ills
lato home, 171 Qulncy St., Rrooklyn,
on Thursday, March 25, at 8 P. M.
IIERRESHOFF. Suddonly, of pneu
monia, on March 23, at his resi
dence, Frederick Herreshoff. Kindly
omit (lowers. Notice of funeral hero-
, 1!)20i nt 77
Tuesday, March 23,
Brooklyn,. Anna Willcts, wife of
James Monroo Hewlett of Lawrence,
L. I., nnd daughter of tha lato Ed
ward Rowno Willcts, In her 6?d
year. Funeral bervlccs at Grace
Church, Brooklyn Heights, on Fri
day afternoon, March 26, at 2
o'clock. It Js requested that no
I flowers bo sent.
March 22, In her 70th year. Funeral
Eervlccn Thursday evening. 8 o ciock.
at her lato residence, 2618 Grand
HUGER. March 22, Elizabeth Huger.
Services Stephen Merrltt's Chapel,
223 8th av., near 21st st Thursday,
14 11. .U.
IIYANS. Officers nnd members of tho
Mendelssohn Benevolent Society
nro requested to attend the funeral
of Harriet, wife of our member,
Harry Hyans, Wednesday morning,
March 24, 1920, at 10 o'clock, from
241 Larconla St., Elmhurst, L. 7
Sldney J. Loeb, President; Henry
Wallach, Financial Secretary.
JOHANSEN. March 23, 1920, Thereso
JoECphlno (nee Hoffner), residence
Richmond Hill, L. I., beloved wlfo of
Charles K. Johanwm. Services Fri
day. March 26, 8 P. M.. tho Gus
tavus Adolphus Church, 22d St., near
3d av New York.
JONSON. Johanna Irene, wlfo of Axel
Jonson, at her home, 301 Sum
mer av., Newark, N. J. Funeral 9
A. M. Thursday, March 23, St.
Michael's Church, Belleville av..
Newark, N. J.
KLEIN. Abraham Klein, beloved hus
band of Emma, Klein, father of
Sophia Lans, Iena Goldstein, Tonla
L. Chopak, lato Morris B. Klein,
Louis Klein and Rebecca S. Kra
kower Funeral services nt his
late residence, 210 East 19th St.,
Wednesday, March 21, at 1 P. M.
Interment nt Mount Carmel Cema
LEE. On March 23. 1920. Sarah, widow
of Henry Leo. Funeral service at
the home of her daughter, Sirs. E.
A. Nlel, 111 Murray av Larchmont,
N. V., on Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Interment private.
LOEB. On March 18, suddenly, in
Dresden, Germany, Jacob Loeb of
Mexico City, in his C4th year, bo
loved husband of Minnie Zor'. Loeb,
father of Heleno Loeb W ell of
Brooklyn, Louis S. Loeb of Mexico
City. El Paso and San Antonio
papers 'pleaso copy.
MARTIN. On March 22, at the resi
dence of her daughter, Mrs Lionel
Doherty, Rye, N. Y., Alexandrine
A'., widow of Evartsto A. Martin.
Funeral private. Interment Green
wood. Siatcn Island, Baltimore and
French papers pleaso copy.
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MEACHAM.i-Lula Gilchrist, wlfo of
Elzey E-igcne Meacham and mother
of Malcolm Meacham, on March 23.
1920. Services at her late resldcnco,
S30 Park av., Thursday, March 25,
at 4 o'clock. Interment Memphis,
Tenn. Saturday, March 27, Elm
MEKHAN. William E.. on TuesOay
morning, March 23, 1920, belovod
h'jiband ot Violet Tcarl, father of
Vn.let. son of Mary and brother of
LlllUn Mcel.an. Funeral from hlo
lMe residence, 133 West 129th St.,
Friday morning, March 26, at 9:30;
thenoA lo St. Raphael's Church,
West 41st st. Autorr.obllo cortege.
nCHHX At her home. 143 Clinton
a v.. Nsn P.ochiile, N. Y., March
M, l-lM. Anra, wife of Androw
Ml-hei. Fua'r.il scrvlco nt hof
lite home on Wednesday evening,
at 3 o'clock. Interment I.uthtrin
Cemetery. Thur.'-day. noon.
NEIflON. On Saturday, March 20.
David, tcloced father of Annlo K.
Parker nnd Jennie B. Buret. The
B'rvlce.i Wsdr.osday evening, 8;3fl,
at Albert Vunder'a Chapel, 614 AVU
on av., formerly Kamburr av. Hal-s-ey
trolley passes within on
block. P.olMlves and friends, also
members of tho Magnolia Lodge,
No. 1G6. I. O. O. F., and Unity P.
publicnn Club respectfully Invited
to attend. Interment Evergreont
Cemeter, Thursday morning.
NICHOLS. William E.. at his real
tiencc, 253 West 85th st Sen-ices
Wednesday. 1:30 P. M undertaker
parlor, 110 West 2Cth t. Funeral
PATRICK. On Sunday, March 21, 1920,
rU his residence, 101 West SOth st
Charles H. Fatrlck, In his 84th year.
t unerai private.
TORRISOJ.'. March 22. Marie Torrlson.
I TRFDWKLL.-On Monday. March 22.
ji-rnBMTZ On March 2.1, In her 45th
car, Ray. b.loved wife, of Wllliun
and devoted mother of Mlld.-td Far
kns. Relatives nnd frionda tpvttsd
to attcud the funeral trom hsr Iac
residence, 826 Fcx st., P.ronr,. on
Thursday. March 25, at 2 V. I.
VAN LAER. On Friday. M.tr-h 12.
1920. at Indianapolis, Ind.. AUiar
der Theabnld Vn Laer, N A., in
the 63d year of his a. Interment
at Litchfield, Conn. Auburn and
.Jacksonville (111.) ptper pkm
WEST. On March 23, 1920. at tho rei
idonec of her daughter, Mrs. O.
Do G. Vnnderbllt. 87 Evergrean
place, l .ist Orange. N. J., Estella.
l.ugar, wlfo of the late Jamas Ollcer
West. Funeral piivat.
WORRALL. At St. Louis, Mo.. Manh
Frank Inloes, husband of Frvn-
res Sloan and son of tho late PperA
P.. and Mary O. Worrall. Nolle of
f.in-:ral will bo given.
JACOBS. In lovinc mmory of my
darling wife, Ross Alma Jacobs.
who passed away March 24, 191J,