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It cleans and disinfects brushes and combs, whiten ing the bristles and doing them no harm. MILTON is a wonderfully quick-acting stain-remover for linen and cotton and I 2 sizes SOc ana 91.00 Each Make Gallons jt 1WHM1 Inc. I1 Sweet MILTON Is Just ''MILTON."Noi other word describe It. MILTON It combined csrmlrJdi, antl optic, steriliser. ditonarlMr, stain reraovtr, bloac.fi i swrs; yt does not burn, lUIn, poison or Lav. an odor. MILTON U ust "MILTON." 0t the Booklet with Ktch Battle. Jff bleaches a snowy whlto. snouia not do used on silk, wool or dyed goods. MILTON is the best of country "first-aids" for cases of injury. It kills germs in cuts and scratches; prevents infection and causes tho wound to heal quickly. It takes tho soreness out of sunburn and the sting from insect bites. MILTON IS SAFE in all of its many uses. It is not poisonous, not corros.lv- to human tissue, not inflammable, yet Is mjrvelously efficient. Ordor a bottle NOW from your DRUGGIST OR GROCER ALEXDfSHAWj&CO 12 Stone St., New York MILT3N as a mouthwash and garglu helps keep the breath sweet and destroys the odor of tobacco, Half a teospoonful to j a tumDier 01 water. a tumbler 01 water. THE SUN Senator Glass's Younger Daughter to Be Married .Knpffcniflnt of 3flss Augusta C. Glass to Mr. II. McC Allen of Ilonnoko Announced. Ffrclal io Tub Bin ajjd New Yosx IIkui.d. Washington, Mny 30, Kenntor anil Mrs, Curler Glass of Virginia announce tha engagement of thlr younger (laugh ter, Alius Augusta Christian Glass, to Mr. Iloliort McClnnahan Allen of Roan oke, Vs. Tho wedding probably will take plnco In the early fall. Mr. Allen Is an architect and ha nerved I ns a Lieutenant In tha French army during- th war with Germany. Miss Glass li now visiting In Iloanoke. Bho attended her lister, Mil Mary Archer aiasvt, now Mrs. John Guerrant Honlwrlght, nt the time of her marrlaga last November. Thin took place In the Church of tho Covenant. Senator Glass was nt that llmo Secretary of tho Treas ury. Ml Amelia Crowley' Wedding. Miss Amelia A. Crowley will ho mar ried to-morrow nfterndon to Knslgn Wllllnm It. McLaughlin In St. Barnn bas's Church, Woodlawn, N. Y. Her brother. Copt. William A. Crowley, Sixty-ninth New York Infantry, N G will Klvi- her away. The bridegroom served seven years In the Fnlted Hlatoa Navy. The ceremony will be performed by the Ilev. Father Hlley, pastor of St. Harnabaa's. Mix Loeh'u Weddlna Dnte. MIhs Audrey n. Loeb and Mr. Seymour Lewis (lllbert will bo married on Tues day, Juno S, at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Loeb of 771 Madison avenue. Mr, Allert 15. Gilbert will bo his brother's best man. A breaktust In the Hotel St. Regis will follow the cere mony. Miss Ixieb Is the granddaughter of the lato David James Kins. Mr. Gil bert Is the eldest son of Mrs. Morton II, Gilbert of tho St. Itcgln. RESORT NOTES. -rviorf. Capt. Huth L. Wllloughby nrrlved yesterday from Philadelphia and Is nt his cottage. Miss Ovorglana nelknap, daughter of Capt. lleglnald n. nelknap, U. S. Jf and .Mrs. Ilclknap, gave nn organ recital for her friends yesterday afternoon In St. John's Church. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ileverley Hogert nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. Laurens Van Alon are registered nt tho Casino.' Hut Springs, Mrs. Pembroke Jones, accompanied by Mr. Pembroke Jones, Jr., has nrrlved at the Homestead Hotel from New York to remain three weeks. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Howard F. Chnppell, Miss Jennnettc G. Campbell and Miss Jeannette Chappell have returned to New York nfter passing eight weeks at Hot Springs. Mr., nnd Mrs. Hugo IJallln also have returned to New York. Mr. nnd Mrs. Felix A. Vogel and Mrs. William A. Dolge have arrived from Now York. Miss Jean Leonard of New York has Joined her parents, Mr. atfj Mrs. Stephen J. Leonard. Mrs. Josrphm Daniel In Frnnre, CiiKnaouna, France, May 30. The, steamship Hoyal Georgo arrived here to-dRy. Among tho passengers was Mrs, Josephus Daniels, wife of the American Secretary of the Navy, who Is to attend the International Woman Suffrage Con vention In SwIUcrlnnd. Mr. Howard tiould llrtter. U).vrox, May 31. Mr. Howard Gould, who underwent an operation for Appen dicitis Inst week. Is progressing favor ably, the London Tlmra says. STADIUM CONCERTS TO BEGIN JUNE 26 F. C. Coppicus Engaged Manage Summer Music. to Th opening of thi Stadium concerts at the College ot tho City of New York has been set for the night of Saturday. June 28. It nlpo was announced yester day thnt these concerts, which are to bo given by tho National Symphony Or chestra under the auspices of the Jtuslc League of tho IVoplis Inrtltute, aro to be under the management of tho Met ropolitan Muftcnl Bureau, V. C. Coppicus, head of this bureau, who was Tor many years with the Met ropolitan Opor.i Company, managed the rtrst summer concerts In the Stadium given two years njo under tin financial wing of rt committee whose principal rr.tmberi wero Mrs. Charles S. Gtiggrn helmer, Mrs. N'ewbold I,c Floy Kdgnr. Mrs. CharlpH Dana Gibson and Adotph Lewlsohn. Mrs. (iuggcnhelmcr Is again chairman of the executive committee of tho Stadium concerts, with Mr. Lew Isohn ns honorary chairman and Mrs. Eo'gftr and Mrs. Gibson ns nctlve'mrra bers. Last summer tho concerts were under the auspices of tho Music League, Walter Henry Hotliwell. conductor of the Los Anneles (t'nl.) 1'hllhnrmonlc Orchestra, will havo artistic direction of the concerts, He has announced his In tention to give symphonic, Wagnerian and popular programmes on different nlghtH "to make thene concerts attrac tive to nil classes ot people and satisfy nil tastes." nonth Pcrfornnnce of "Scandal.' "Scandnl," with Charles Cherry nnd Miss Franclno Larrlmore, will havo Its 300th nerformaneo In the Thirty-ninth Street Theatre to-night. Tha comedy will remain there all summer and, then the company will go to Boston, Phlla delphla nnd other cities. t7JQSSQM MARIAGE r'EST le beau monde quiprendlescadeairx d'Ovington, et cest le beau monde qui lesrecoit. O'VINGTON'S "Th CM Shop of Fifth Ar.nu." 314 Fifth Ave. nr. 32d St. . I AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MAY MR. AND MRS. C.L. WAIN WRIGHT BY THE SEA ON HONEYMOON I Mr. and Mn. Carroll L. Wainwright.in Atlantic City. HptcM lo Tim Hex asp Naw YqiK Hrxvi4. Atlantic Citt, N. J., May 30 Atlan tic City Is n favorite place for honey moons, and Mr. Carroll L, Wnlnwrlght of New York and Ida bride, who was Mlis K.lltli C. GQUld, have found It a pleasant one. They have participated In the pastimes of tho resort nnd have not succeeded In a voiding nil the publicity PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. New York, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert L, Hattcrlee and the Misses' Mabel und Eleanor Satterleo havo gone to Highland Fa I If, N. Y, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph F. Stlllman have taken a house at .Southampton and with their daughters, tho Misses Lisa, Huth and Mildred Stlllman, will go thero next month for tho summer. Mrs. Robert Wlnthrop fs passing a few day with her son and daughter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bookman Wlnthrop, at Wostbury. Mr. and Mrs. MIddlcton S. Durrlll hare closed their house here nnd have gone to Jericho for the rummer. lira. Herbert Tarsons Is at her houso nt Harrison, N. Y., end will go soon to Texas. Mr. Parsons has gone to Chi cago. Mrs. Frederic Nellson has gono to Paris, where sho will pass tha summer. Washington. The Chilian Ambassador nnd Mmo. do Mnthleu will go to the Pacific coast In July, and will spend at least two months In California. The Polish Minister and Princess Lubomlrska will return to tho Legation to-morrow from Chicago. The Ecuadorlnn Minister nnd Mme. ElUaldo returned yesterday from New York, whero they spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Maryc had a luncheon yesterday at tho Montgomery Country Club for Mrs. John F. llodgers, who will start to-day for her summer home at York Harbor, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln O. LaugVtn have leased The Orchard, Newport, the villa of Mrs. George Fearing. The marriage of Miss Ccllna Calvo, daughter of Mme. Calvo and the late Joaquin I. Calvo, for twenty years Costa nican Minister to the United Btates, to Mr. John Galen Carter will take place on Juno 16 In St. Paul's Catholic Church. Mr. Carter Is the son of Mrs. Thomas H. Carter and tho lato Senator Carter of Montana. Col. and Mrs. Charles Patterson rave a picnic yesterday for tha Misses Colby, daughters of the Secretary of State nfl Mrs. llainbrlduo Colby, and their cousin and guest, Miss Christina Sedgwick ot New York. - Mrs. Charles 8. Hamlin will start to-day by automobile f6r her summer homo at Mattapolsott. Muss. Mini Anna Hamlin will visit Mlsa Mnrjorlc Wright a few days and will then Join her mothet ut Mattupolsctt. In Other Places. Mlr Frances Eliot, daughter of the llev. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Eliot of Itoston, who will bo marrkl to Mr. Frank Fremont Smith. Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Fremont Smith, In Cam bridge on next Saturday, will bo escorted by her grandfather, Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard. Mr. nn.l Mrs Iliiliprt Trd.it Palnn have gono from Boston to Stonehurst, their sumnior homo In Wnltha.m. They Aspect to so to Europe next month. MORRIS GESti HOME; STARTED STEERAGE Invites English Censor to Chicago to See 'Aphrodite.' Morris Gcst, theatrical producer, Is back from Europe; arrived yesterday on board the Rotterdam of the Holland' America Line, by way ot Hoboken; brought several plays nnd n lot of new experiences. Mr. Gcst's passage. It is said, cost htm (1,600. He went on board tho Rotterdam at Plymouth ns a stcerast passenger, but in two hours ho had Capt. Baron's cabin. One day ho won a ship's pool of 562S and gave It to the American and British Bed Cross, and another day ho found a stowaway, Isak Sldner, a rofugee from Warsaw) paid his passage nnd undertook to send the boy to his father up Stato. Mr. Oeet went to Europe chiefly to try to get his father and mother out ot Russia. It was his second trip for this purpose, but ho could not got Into Russia either time. Ha said yesterdny, however, that Lady Astor had told him a British commission was going to Rus sia and that sho had promised to havo It try to find his parents nnd take them to London. Hn nlso said: "I have invited tho Lord Chamberlain at London, Lord Sandhurst, to visit America to see 'Aphrodite' In Chicago in September. It U the Lord Chamber lain's duty to pass upon all plays pro duced in England. I have completed arrangements to present 'Aphrodlto' In London next February with tho Ameri can company headed by Miss Dorothy Dnlton and McKay Morris, but before Incurring such a risk I want to be sure that the Lord Chamberlain will give the play his approval. Instead of Judging the olay from the manuscript I havo asked Lord Sandhurst to see what a spectacle It la. lind a letter from him leads ma to believe ho will accept the Invitation." I that attaches to lumantlo marriages such ns theirs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlnwrlght enmo hero from Klkton, Md where they wern mar ried on last Tuesday, nfter an olopcment from New York, to which city thsy nt once sent news ot their marriage to Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gould, parents of tho bride, and to .Mrs. Carl L. Wolff, tho bridegroom's mother. Mr. F aver sham in Double Role Plays Stellar Tart in 'Tho Man Who Lost Himself Other New Photo Plays. Now that mosfulto ridden woodlands and tin can sprinkled benches aro lur ing residents of New York from their customary pursuit of keeping abreast of the latest "movies,' tho Strand Theatre offers this week an cxtru featuro bill to woo them back. Tho chief offering, William Faversham, who nppenred on the tser'cen several years ago, finds hlm rlf there again In "Tho Man Who Lost Himself." In this Solznick picture, from a Btory by II. de Vere Htacpoolr, Mr. Faversham appears as tho Earl ot Rochester, and then meets himself ns his American double, striking up a friendship with himself Immediately. What more natural than that tho Earl, wishful to bo free of financial and domestic troubles, should iwap places with tho American and do away with himself, leaving tho Ameri can to swank through tho remainder ot the picture shouldering n title? Altogether It, Is an unusual piece of work, In which Miss Hedda Hoprcr, Miss Violet Reed and Hadcllffe Steele also earn high marks for deportment. The flecond long run fenture was pre sented yesterduy at the Criterion In "Humorestiue," n cosmopolitan produc tion adapted from Mies Fannlo Hurst's story that endeuvors to make New York's Eart Sldo even more of n literary Ghetto1 than Israel Zaugwlll did with London's Whltechapol. Perhaps Miss Hurst, whose marriage to a musician was recently mado public, has drawn on llfo for her material, since the tale con cerns a,, musical genius who rises from tha slums to a point of such worldwide acclaim that he doesn't have to pay any musical publication to mention his name. Thero Is his sacrifice nnd that of his mother, with a fortunate outcome and while such n themo is nothing out of the ordinary, It Is handled adroitly enough to make this an uncommonly Interesting picture, rich In local color, humor and pathos, nnd overflowing with tho spirit of tho melting pot. Miss Vera Gordon, who has seen years of service In East Sldo theatres, captures tho eye and the heart ns the self-abnegating mother, With "The Courage of Marge O'Dcone," a Vltngraph special mado from James Oliver Curwood's Canadian story, the Capitol again ensconces Itself In the froxen North, Its favorite locality. A youth lleea from nn unhappy love aTalr to the Northwest wills, and there has a thrilling fight to rescue a lovely girl from the clutclus ot a diabolical son ot a sea, cook, winding up with a struggles with a couplo of boars, In which fur sure does fly. Miss Pauline Starko Is the girl. With "The Pirates ot Penzance" this houso makes its final bid for operatic Im mortality. Another film In which much ot tho histrionic credit goes to animals Is "The Return of Tnrzan," a screen version of Edgar Rice Burroughs's book, which starts at Moss's Broadway to nlay around with Darwin's Ideas Indefinitely. It re- j veals how Tarzan, chnsed back to tho jungle by too much civilisation, hns n strugglo with a big ape and a couplo of scraps with rowdy lions In tho ardu ous courso ot reverting to savaaery. Gcno Pollar plays the tltlo rolo After one false stnrt a week ago Rob ert Warwick finally worked his way Into tho Rlalto with "Thou Art the Man," a Paramount version of tho story by F. K. Mills-Young which concerns a young mining prospector's adventures In the diamond fields of Africa, which Inevitably lead to a love nffalr. Tho Itlvoll, taking over the Criterion's passenger list, offers tho problem of "Why Clyingc Your Wife?" nhd finishes with Charlie Chaplin In "Behind the Screen. "Some Wild Oats." an educational sex: motion picture, Is being shown at the Harris Theatre by tho Social Hygiene Films of America, Inc. Tho title indi cates tho old story which has been taken up for educational purposes by lh Public Health Service. EQUITY HEARS CANDIDATES. John Emerson nnd Wilton I.ncltnje Hnvc a Debate. Tho Actors Equity Association put on a two ringed circus In the ballroom of tho Hotel Astor yesterday afternoon. John Emerson had charge of one ring, while Wilton Lnckaye performed ora torical acrobatics In another. Tho formal description for the occasion was "a Joint debate on tho Issues of the cam paign between tho two candidates for the presidency of tho Aefnrs Equity As eoclntlon." Thn fACtlnns nnionir Ihn l.OOfl nMnrn present recnicd to bo (fairly equally' divided. There was no Judge to de cide which gladiator delivered tho nvstl vicious verbal stab, but In the double' salute of cheers and huues accorded each candidate after the three hours of soul stirring rhejoric .Mr. Emerson ap peared to get tho mot hugn nnd kisses from the actresses. But that stilt left unsettled tho questions whether Mr. Lackayo wns Justified In declaring a dreadful invisible government was seek ing to dominate tho Equity and whether Mr. Emerson was the more devoted member of the association, as he Inferred. 31, 192(f. COL. BACON DIES IN HIS BROOKLYN HOME Well Known Fighting, .Politic. Inn Victim of IllncsflCon trncted in England. Col. Aloxnnder Samuot Bacon, who had been Identified with Brooklyn rutlUI fnt ntnrrt fllfin iMrtV.fU'fl VtaRf. died lato Sattlrdny night In his home, 101 Rugby road. Brooklyn, after an Illness of many months. Death was tluo to complications tlint followed nn nttuok of pneumonia, Masonic and Baptist funeral services will bo held nt tho Bacon homo at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon, Being n lawyer with military training Col, Bndon was lured Itf tho political arena during civil wnr reconstruction days, Ho was Identified first with tho Republican party, nnd served a term In tho Legislature as a Republican. Later ho became a member of the Independ ence League and American parties, nnd flnnlly resolved hlmsolf Into n Demo crnt and a Wilson partisan. Col, Bacon s shifting from ono political fnlth to an other wns not without Incident. He and President Roosovclt had moro than ono tilt. , , Col, Bnron went to Europe Inst autumn In the' Interests of clients and became III whllo In London. Mrs, Bacon hurried to England and wns a guest at I ho homo of II. Gordon Self rid ze, tho dry goods merchant, until the health of Mr, Bacon permitted his return to tho United States, Mr. Bacon whs n patient in tho Brooklyn Hospital for several weeks anil removed to his home only a short time before his death. I.rft Army In Study Law. Col, Bacon was born In Jackson, Mich., November 20, 1MB. Ho came east In 1S72 to enter West Point, from which ho was graduated four years later with honors, His Regular Army nervlco covered a period of two yenrs, during which tlmo he served with tho First Calvary on tho Indian Territory frontier and In Penn sylvania during Iho riots of 1ST7. He resigned his commission and began the study of law In the offlco of Judge C. C. Hall, his brother-in-law, In Canan dalgua. Ho wns admitted to the bar In 1S79. Col. Bacon came to this city In 1S50 nnd entered tho employ of Sulllvnn & Cromwell, lawyers, ns managing clerk. Six yenrs later ho formed a partnership with John A. Nichols, tho firm name becoming Nichols & Bncon. Col. Bacon built up n lucrative practice, which took him to all parts of tho United States, South America, Europe nnd the Orient In the Interest of his clients. He wns elected to tho Legislature In IMiT, nnd wns chairman of the legislative committee which Investigated municipal conditions In Brooklyn, Following this Inquiry Col. Bacon became Involved In a controversy with Thomas C. Piatt, then Republican leader, which resulted In his renunciation of tho Republlcnn party nnd his sponsoring of William J.' Gaynor In tho Intter's campaign for tho Supreme Court In ISM. It was In his capacity of ndvlser of thn Gaynor Cam paign Committee that Col. Bacon led tho delegation which served Injunction notices on John Y. McKano on election day nnd ellcltod the now famous remark from tho Coney Islnnd boss: "Injunc tions don't go here." A bitter critic nnd opponent of Presi dent Roosevelt, Col. Bacon caused a sensation In 1W) when in a brochure he practically accused tho former chief of tho Roueh Riders of cowardlra nt San Juan Hill, and warmly defended the record of tho Seventy-first Regiment against criticism from Roosevelt. Col. Bacon's antipathy to Col. Roosevelt was manifested on sevoral occasions. Declared for Brynn. Col. Bacon ennio out openly for Will lam Jennings Bryan In 10ivt. nnd five years lator aligned himself with the Independence League, of which William Randolph Hearst wns tho h-ad. In 1000 ho ran for the Supreme Court oij the Independence League ticket but was de feated. He tried for tho Supreme Court egaln In 1915 under the emblem of tho Amorlcnn party but fnlled. In IMS Col. Bacon created somewhat of n stir by addressing nn official letter to Washington to learn If It wns true thnt two cavalry horses had been pur hased for 0 each for President Roose velt, shipped to Oyster Bay and tho nmount charged to the appropriation for cavalry mounts. Again In 1112 Mr. Bncon launched another bitter attack on Presl dent Roosevelt In tfn address before the members of the Ragged Edge Cluh In tho old Cafo Boulcvord In Second r.venuo. Col. Bacon wns connected with tho Twentv-thlrd Regiment of Brooklyn from 1SSI to 1SS8. during which time he was promoted from Major to Lieutenant, colonel. In HS9 he wns named head of tho Second Provisional Regiment, N. Y N. O. Ho wns a member of manv Mnsonlo societies nnd ot tho Quill nnd Winter's Night clubs. He married Miss Harriet Whittlesey Schroter of Denver In IMG. He leaves his wife and two (laughters, Mrs. Relsel Rlndsfoos and Mrs. Francis 1), Crltchlow. nn. GRfmc.R morrison. London, Moy 30. Pr. Gcorgo Morri son, political adviser to the President of the Chlnso Republic and famuus ns the Pfkln correspondent or tho London Times, died In n nursing home In London to-day. Ho had been 111 for a long tlma He leaves a widow and three sons. Up to 1013. when he wns appointed political advisor to the President of China, Dr. Morrison wns n truveller In many lands In the far East. As corre spondent of the Times he was consid ered nn authority on Eastern affairs. Ho was born In Australia In 1803 and received his medicnl degree from Edin burgh University. From. 1895 to J912 he served tho Tfmes In Indo-Chlnn, Slam nnd Pekln. He was In Pekln during the siege of thJ legations In 1900 and was present at the triumphal entry Into Port Arthur In 1905. One of his achievements was a ride from Honan city. In Central China, across Asia to Andljan. In Russian Tur kestan 3,750 miles In 175 days, Id 1910. KM.IOTT IIOMIROOK KINO. Funeral services for Elliott Holbrook King, proprietor ff 'lie Bank Chop Houso, Flllton street and Hanover place, Brooklyn, will be held In the King home, 021 Dltmas avenue, Flatbush, nt 8 o'clock this evening. The Rov. Dr. J, Howard Mcllsh, rector of Holy Trinity Church, will officiate. My, King died suddenly Saturday mornlnrf in his home. He was soomlngly In the best of health on Friday and attended a baseball game. Lato Friday night ho suffered an attack of paralysis and died at 9 A. M. Satur day. Mr. King wns born In Brooklyn fifty years ago. He wns a member ornumer ous clubs and fraternal societies. Ho leaves a wife, four daughters and a brother, Harvey King. Xcw I'lny of American Life. ita mtihnr sn far unrcvenlftd. a new American play called "Nightshade" will i, nrj.onlril In the Garrick Theatre en Monday. Tuesday, Wednordny nnd Friday afternoons of next week under the direction of Henry Stlllman of tho Theatre Guild. The play deals with American mountain people and tho tragedies of their Isolated lives. The cast Includes Content Paieologue, Miss Grace Knell. Miss Dorothy Qulncy, Miss Noll Hamilton. Gordon Burby, Gerald Hamer nnd Alfred Shirley. The business manager Is F. C. Laverack. gwat-grandniece I ' OF WASHINGTON DIES Mrs. Frances H. W. Band Was Active in Patriotic Bodies. Mrs, Frances H, Washington Bond, n great-grandnlece of Georgo Wimhln ton, died yestorcay at Montclalr, N. J,, after a long Illness. Mrs, Bond was In hersjxty-flftli yenr, Sho had been for many years asso ciated actively In civic and patriotic, or- i gnnlzntlons. both In hor homo In Vir ginia nnd since Inking up rcaldenco with I her daughter at Montclalr, Sho was nn active member of tho Colonial Dames of Now Jorsey, Daughters of tho Confod. ' I orncy, tho Pocohontas Society nnd tho i Onlor of tho Crown, and was ono of, tho charter' members of tho Daugntcrs of tha American Revolution. Mho wns tho widow of L. Montgomery Bond. COL. THOMAS BRADLEY DEAD. Former Representative Won Mcdnl for Ilrnvery In C'lrll Wnr. Wauikn, N. Y Mny 30, Col. Thomas W. Brndley. Representative In Congress from tho Twentieth Now York district from 1903 to 1913, died to-day lit his homo here. Ho wns a retired manufne turer. In the civil wnr Col. Brndley com manded tho famous "Orango Blossoms," thn 12tth New York Volunteers. Ho ro cf Ivcd tho congressional medal of honor for gallantry nt Chanccllorsvlllo. Dur ing his political career ho served several turns In tho Assembly nnd was a dolo gato to several Republican nuilonnl con ventions. Ho was in his sovepty-slxth ytar. NEWARK OFFICIAL DROWNED. i'Ihiiiiiih ltiuve, AiNlifiint City Auditor, Melxril With (.'rumps. Thomas F. Rowc, Assistant City Audi tor of Newark, was drowned "yesterday at Point Plcnsant, N. J according to incssageH received (by hl mother. It was reported that ho was seized witli cramps whllo bathing nnd carried out to sea before friends with whom ho had gono to tho shore could rescue him. Mr. Rowo was 35 years old. Ho was prominently Identified with the Knights of Columbus mid tho Elks. Resides his mother ho leaves threo slaters. fiianic m. noanns. Frank M. Rogers, who engaged In tha hotel business here mid In Florida for many years, died suddenly yesterday nt Cnnandnlgua, N. Y., whero ho was vis iting his brotlier-ln-lnw, William R. Marks, Mnssagen received by relatives announced his death. Mr. Rogers was 5! years old and wus a natlvo ot Sae Harbor, L. I, WILLIAM MAXWELL BROWN. Wllllnm Maxwell Brown, chief" en gineer In chnrgo of tho construction of the Pnssalc Valley sewerage, died Snt I urdny In Newark of heart disease. lis I was 60 years old nnd was a native of Boston. Mr. Brown was In charga of the Metropolitan, Sewerage Commission of Boston for nearly twenty years. MRS. UDWIX A. KXAI'I'. Jis Anori.ks, Cab, May. 29. Mrs. Ed win Av Knapp. International press corre spondent ot tho Genet nl Federation of Women's Clubs, died hero to-day after a brief Illness. .Mrs. Knapp was known throughout tho country In women's club circles. Her home was In'Pnsndenn. LOST AND FOUND. FC UND Female Desrlo hound at ,1th av. , and 7Sth t. For particulars, phone Lenox 5.1(0, LKATItRU pnrk"tliooU!,' BntiinW lilelit, on -Q,l. a, nrni.H'u,) T-nfl (itu'lt Til fni Mtnrn 'AfiRVAS. ?ST1 West'TSHi -t. Srhuvler .tSir,. !.' ST Tnerc'ivy, May 'IT', betwon r and S P. M. In Flntbinh section, n platinum and (tlnmond wrl.-t watch nu white and black ribbon) "Camplcnnn, rarU," on fur-. Finder T'-e phone .1. II. DIAZ, tlushnlck 23G'.M. I.llifrsl reward. LQST-Illue volM't -stec'l bonded bag, rov tabling ltey, told powder lmx marked "IV P. II.," oi Long Island road, hetwen New York nnd Huntington. Kinder please phone t'lnra 720.1. Reward. LOST Diamond horseshoe pin, from the Chapel ot tho Intercession, Broadway nnd 1.13th t-, through l.isth st. to Amsterdam av., noon Pundsy; reword. SADLKR, (19 We.t IMd. Audubon 721B. LiiFT-ltttFSIAN WOLFHOPNIi. ANSWKItS TO NAMH OF "Ol'IvD," 2'4 YKAKS OLD, COLPIt LIOI1T ItltOWN AND W1I1TK: HAH RP1.IT ON I.KIT V.Atl: UPAVAItD. LV- CIIU.M Tlll'.A Tlil'., Mil Wl'.rer -Mill . LOST A blue fox, on Wedne-day morning, I Mny Ed, en lliondwny. betwien tisth nnd 1 10lth; reward. Phono Riverside -(Ot;, Mrs. TAa, -.'I " esi iimii I.OST-Oold nnlty rase, vicinity Hlh av., 18th St., -monogram M. C. I'.i engraved "To Hnbcl from Virginia;" liberal reward I'Jil1 "' West nsih st . LOST A diamond heart pin, twtween the Playhouse, on 1Sth st., and candy store "Happiness In livery Ilox," on 42di liberal reward. 212 Hancock St., Brooklyn. LOST Stable neckplcco In taxi from Cohan it Hants Thiatre to West With st.; re ward. rKona Tuesday morning. Riverside 0.101 LOHT-llatidbng, containing Joweliy, hey, c.: valuod kcepsnki; liberal reward. Phone Cathedral 9739. BT12IIN, 211 Bast K.xl SI, T.nT finhl slcnet rtne. Initial "M..M Inst Drown's Chop House; liberal reward for rtlurn. J.-1. MATHEWS. Telephono Colum bus 6920. . LOST Pointed fox fur piece In taxi from Polnionleo's to Booth Theatre; liberal re ward. Return Cnshler. Hotel niltmore. LOST lluby ring, Amsterdam Hoof. Com municate RICHARD SBLLBRH, llellevue, Del.; reward. LOSTi Diamond solitaire iliiu, liberal ro wan! ; nnoueilmi-nsked;1 WILL gentleman who 'phoned about bluo enamelled watch pteno call again between 0 and 7. I'AXSON. rnttiedrnl 1878. $5.1 reward brown leather brief bag,, left Snturday on Croton (oral arrlilng Grand Central 0:1rt P. M New lork time. A!ioe reward will bo paid for return of contents with or without bag to II. W. CLARK, lOd Central Park West, but only If returned on Monday. May .n. S200 REWARD for FANCY DIAMOND IIAR imoOCIt. platinum and gold, lost Friday morning, vicinity of 5th av. ahopplnv district. Return to 1U.ACK. 8TAHH & FROST, 8th uv. and 4S1II St far return of combination nnlty and cigar ette case, sold and hlaek naniekd rtrlpvi; lost May St. between Bast :ttt nnd 07th its.; owner's name and address onqraved inside. MAUCUa & CO . 1th av. nnd l-'dh at. for return of gold cigarette case, niono rrnmmed "C. K." In enamel; lost May 1. BLACK. STARR & FROST. 6th av. and 8lh st. MARRIED. BRADLEY A DRE.-At St. Mary's Church, Tuiedo rark, N. Y.. May 29, 1020. by Rev. It. 8. W. Wood and Rev. Dr. Wllllnm O. Thayer of St. Mark's School, (leraldlne Fitzgerald Adee. daughter of Mrs, Krnest R. Adee, and Francis ltarlow Ilradley of Convent, N. J. MARTIN FRARKR. On May 20, IPIO, at Ht. Peter's Church, Morrlstown, N. j by the Ilcv. Philemon Rturges. with tho Rev. D, M. nrookman, I). D assisting, Myra Tutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fleorgo Cnrnlnc Fraser, to Grlnnelt Martin of New York city. DIED. Atlerbury. Henrv iiaron, A. S. Reck, U Ihrkwltn. P.lliab'-th llussey. William P. Xntht'on. .Is me. Murphy. Ilrrnanl. O'Connor. .Mary I". It.nit-a',r, William .11. raln'er. Abblo K RfT.I.e, (teorge C. Rogers, Frank M. Fanrien. Albert T. Saier, Anna A. tVlxvab. August Hleher, Plorenee pnlnmon. Dale R. !. Htubcnvoll. .lenpli'T. Thomas, Helen M. Ti-o-mnn, I-aac Tohln. Jonn J. Treacy, Peter J. Wnrr Mahala J. i Cowan. Francis J running" nm. K. T. j Denton, Harriet C. Dlack, Cnthrrlne. I Druhniel. Fred , Dvkeman. Helen A- Fl-eher. Battle i Godwin, Bmelyn Y. Dill, Hannah It. ' Jennings, P. K. R. King, Ulllott II. ' Ko-hter. Martha Mass, Kmma In Mfinorl.ini. Mias, Charles O. 4 DIED. ATTKiinuKY.-on way au. in in j-"! ll.nM. tltflAltoll husband nit Kdlth Admits Atterliury. Funeral ssrvlc"' at bis late residence, 10 Crescent ay., v Summit, N. J., on Tuesday, Juno J. ft, Klll.l A. M on tho arrival of (he 0 '13", A. M. train ID. L. A W. R. R.) frorrti Hoboken. Interment private, Ileal onilt flowers, HACQN.-rSnlcrcd Into rest on May ,20, 1020 s', Col. Alexander fl. Ilacnn, Funeral services ullt i,n h..M t ills lain residence. 10U. Rugby Road, Urooklyn, Tuccday, Juno L)J ttt H P. M ' fl IUX'K.-I'llgrlm Lodro, No, 800, F. A A. iWm ktnouncMi tho dcnth of their brother, !; Heck, Members r the lodge aro ronursiiL ed lo nttend servient, which will be held 1 at the funeral rhupel,, ,101 West liMtU'j Kt on Monday, May St, OlOO A, M, Max lllebcr, Mnittr. l m-nitviTii a liinrtMiruiil. M. J.. M&v 28. lll'JO, Kll'tabelh It,, beloved widow of, George W. Heffcwltli, in her mm year. Funeral services, at her home, (11 Clinton;- M Monday evunim, H o-ciock, iiciauves nnd fi lends aro Invited. Interment 111 Woodlawn Ceinntery. New York, at cont venleiK'e of family, v IlUaailY.-Ol Saturdnv, May 20, 1020, at hUS resldu.ir. 10110 111 tit St., Richmond Hill, V N. Y Wllllnm n beloved hustmwt of Ontyim trudo llussey, In hl 21)th yoar. Funeral)!", services Monday, Mny HI, at 8 P. MXI',! iiciniives and irienna iiniicu. uiiviai Tuesday at iu a. fl. , ff.WAV At Vciv Tlmd,1l. N. V.. 611 MoT. .10, 1020, Frnncls, boloved husband off, " .1..- . MM. hi.,.. man Frank Cowan, Jr. Funeral sorvlccsii Rochellc, Tuesday ewnlng at S. Interment at Woodlawn, prlvnto. V. CUNNINGHAM. BUanor T wife of th Into Samuel A. Cunningham, at hor rcsl'! deuce, Hh.'nnan Bnuaro Hotel, dn Mayji 20. Services The funeral Church, Camp-f, nen jiuiiuuur, uronuway ni uuui oi,, ,v,-; day, Juio 1, nt It A. M. '? DBNTON, At tho resldcnco of her parents, 1,m i;versiuu iirivv, ii nuimaj, i'. .,',' 1020, Harriet Crossmnn, In tho 10th yeae! ot her ago, eldest daughter ot Waldos Bmerson nnd Jennie uartman uenion. Funeral private. ;j I)IACK,-On Saturday, May 20, at her rct'ij dence, 4.17 Throop nv.. Urooklyn, JJath-.' eilne. wlfii c the lato Alexander V. DlacK.i Services on Juno 1, 0 A. M nt St, Am-aJ bioso Roman Cntlmllo Church, cornar Tompkins nnd Do Kolh av,, where a rol-j emn requiem mast will bo offered for th. repmo of her soul. Interment Troy, r). x.j DRUHMBI-Frert, aged Wl, May 50, at hlSj lesldenco, .1711 llramhall av Jersey Clty.t Fiiiiernl serlces Tuesday evening, Juno ttlM, 8 '20 o'clock, 7i DVK15MAN, On Sunday, May 30, Helen A.,!' beloved wife of J. W. pykmian, st real-"' j dence. Hid West Ihiim, i-uiierni "rvice whj i be belli at Central Itnptl -liui-'v K4 it. and Amsterdam nv., Wednesday. 10 A. M, Interment Brewster, N. Y. f) FISCHBH.-tln Saturday, 20lh, Battle (mJj niton), ueioveu nue oi i.oncvi risciier, in) St. Lawrence Hospllul. Funoral services! at her parents' residence, 280 River-.' dale a'., Yonkers, Tuesday, Juno U nt a IIU V 4, cteo t J, nn Mny j mchter of'j P. M. Interment Oaklnnd Cemeteoi GODWIN. At St. Luke's Ilnsnltnl .'in. Bmelvii Youna Grdney. daueht ihn lulu Oeuruo W. Oednev nnd Mary A Shlpman nnd the widow of Joseph H.; (lodwin, jr. Kunerai services ai inaii Chn"'l of ttio Infrrevlon, 111th at. and) llroadway, o Tuesday, Juno 1, at 8tj orl(."K, interment rnNnte IflT.l.On Munilnv. Mnv SO. m?0. Itnnnnh III 'h. widow ot Thotii'in W. llllt, Funeralitfl serviees on Tuesuoy, jim i. u", ni s.jujj P. M at her late home, 1201 Umory it,, j Atbeiy Pari:. N. J. f JENNINGS. Pauline H. Baldwin, beloved M wife of Paul J. Jinnlng' and daughter ('jj the late llev. J. II. Iinniwin ami Mr , Italdwtn of Monow. Ohio, on May 8. 100. Funeral Monday, Mny .11, nt 0 .10 !d. Funeral Monday, Mny .11, nt O'.IOilj M. from her late re-ldence. nni St.)JI? ;m's pln-e, Urooklyn, N. Y. Solemn i Hitiim I i ' ma's nt IO A. M. nt Church i A John' renotum of St. Tetcm. Clnsson av, and Sterllrjt place: Automobile cortege. Chlenro, Pitt 'i: ourg ar.u miu iiiitji iJieao vopy, ,K-r. a,,.t.lnlu i.n Clatlinln,. llnu ,fl.rt i 1.1 t.r.in 1." tlntl.n. t..., 1 A iu inn K.iitiv, iiiiiuti iiumiuiin, uvitiven ufl husband of Jennotto A. King, FimeralM services at nia ibio residence inji iiiimns; nv., Flatbush. Urooklyn, on Monday, May, SI, at S P. M. Interment at (lo-mwood! Cemetery, Tuosdnv, June 1, at I'J A, M. ' Chicago papers pleaso copy. j KOBHLBR. Marlho, on May 28, beloved wlfo': of I'.inll nnd mother cf Mrs. II. N. Davis i U'lllUiu l.'r.nlil., l.-il(,Ainl Xrn.t... .! P.lt. at 2 P il . finm .III Mornlngldo nv. IJ' KOEHLBR. Central Synagogue: MembersJH nn.l n..nt Iwilil.MH Hrn r,niinsloi1 tA nttnnrf ll tit,. fimbMil nt Mrs. Mnrthit Knhlp tl,a I ,1.,11'irlnd wtfn of our member. Mr. Tlmtl h Kochler, from her Into residence, Ml Morulngslde. nv., Monday, May SI, at 3 r. w. , namuui ii, .luiiiuuiiii, . irviuenu i MASS. Mrs. Kmnia Mnss, beloved wife of," Chili. A. Mass, on Saturday, May 29, at h.. i-Rl,lenee. lOIHt Iledford av. Funeral 1 senlces Monday. Mny 'J. llurlal lirlvatu,-. Tuesday morning, M MATIHSON. Bnturtd Into rest Sunday, Mav, ;;u, janiej, wioveu iiusuanu nr uonieua j. Mathlson, at his residence, 89 Falrvlew av., Jersey City. Relatives and friends are invileo io niieou in lunerni Fciiwwjti at the Umory M. 15. Church, corner of(M i:prn'n and Ttotmont ava.. Jorsey City, on l AVMinrrimv, .111110 - ai i- xvi. Mt'lll'll Y. Bernard, Mny SO, beloved husw band of Margaret Murphy (nee Mcenan).,' nt hti residence, 1(17 Bast With. Fu-. neral on wednrennv, .rune z, at im;;u a. j M i Ihenec to thn Church of St. John the-1 , i:vangell"t. where a solemn requiem massc will Do oirereu lor uio repone oi ms koui. j Philadelphia papers pleaso copy. O'CONNOU.-On Mny 20, 1920, Mnry F bey loved sister of Johanna, Kllen, Johti, Tim othy nnd Jnme.i O'Connor Funeral froni! her lato residence, HPS Nostrum! nv., Urooklyn, on Tue'day ot 8:30 A. M. Sol.; fiatea av. J?th inr Hnrilea fit l.-oneraH I IIIIMID, . IHIJI ..,,.1, .,.W,,M..J ,.1V,9( S n eOCK t 1 .lt.,1 J.ll. iv i,iiih, " lw v Henry wneeier I'ninter ami motner or Robert K. Painter and Dr. H. McM.' I'alnter, in tpe Run year oi nor ago.j Services nnd Interment In West New Haven, Conn, I'lenso omit flowers. nr.. ,t,I. .n.A.M -hpl.tlni, r.ml i'l LiiHn-, Iv. i'niiernl from her lato residence, 33d 87th. 10 A. M. ,3 ROGERS. Frank M. Rogers, veteran noteilj proprietor aim nuiimger. moil un ne aiuii rrnnndatgiia Tuesday. .. . ....... t r nil Ifmrt 1 1 Iw. I m D, t a.... ..I .. l.,..al su,(n. liU1" Invitation, at his home, 170 Overlook CIr cle, Ileaclimont Park, New Rochclle, N lf , n.,,r(, P. 11.,, Annn X Qn.rAn a. ntrn nf 71. widow of Daniel Bayer 0t3i Denver. Col., nnd mother of Kusene u.Yi r.r.i.,,.1,, r... t..n.. .f..t -n n l.l. dence. ' 21.1 West "00th St.. New York.-.i August cllwnD,N ueioveu miner oi uinmi r l.M.l,A Ti,!..i A Unliual. f lllnan. S ,., , r.iinula,u Tnl..ar1 T II 11,11 Jl'.IIUIHII . . . .,v-i,b,,., on Tuesday, June l, at 11 A, ji. M I r.lll'.l.. 1 lUll'lllt . .VIII,l.-u ii.usiii. U, JU. 8th yenr. l'unernl services nt Iter late! residence, JWOI Docntttr av., Bronx, Mon- day. May 31, at 1:S0 P. M. Interrnentf Lutheran Cemetery. (J SOLOMON. Dave II., beloved husband Ofi Tillle (neo Heller) nnd dear brother of? Charles H. and Moo Solomon, at his resl-s dence, 010 Kelly St., Bronx, Notice of funeral later. STUHDNVOLL. On Saturday, Ma 20, 1020, after a short Illness, Jennie T., beloved; wife of Frederick Stubcnvoll. Funeralj services at her lato home. 20 Scovlllel walk. West 21th st Coney Island, on Tuennay, juno i, ai u:.i a. m; tnencei to Church of Our Lady of Solace, whero ai solemn requiem ninss will bo relebratedf at 10 o'clock. Interment Calvary. i THOMAS. Helen May, 5 years old, belovedj daughter or i-ercy uoroen anil lieionj donee, 41 west l.iuih. t unerai notice! i hiiii.ua?.. i?aac, nearly ueiuveu iiusonnai or jennio i.iipman itiorman, ni lioieit x,A.l..l....l a.,,,r,l.. ttau 0 t,, TOIllN. On May 27. 1020. Jolin J.r beloved ItttsDanii oi raiue hkv .,uuneiij, tatneri V. a . . . . . ... nr i :nf tta hpmi nnti .niiirvn Mir n nnna mnn nt the late llchael ana Knthrvn Tobln.r. . . . , I... IT... ,n r 1. 1 , , ( rr..vs nt the Church of the lllcsscd Sacra. menl, tiroaoway, u.i si, ip:oo a in,, ferment Calvary. AUtnniouiio cortege. TRBACY-On Mny .10, 1920. I'otcr James.f l-iuband of Kmma Treacy (nee Hantt)Jf t-iineral from his late residence, fii South:! I. internieiu iii.j,iv WARK. On Saturday, May 20. 1020, Mahals,! tntie. belnted daughter of Dr. and llrs.i James . r,, in iivi inn, ji-ui. funeral.-. sen tees nt Her lato rvsiuence, ini Avenu it - . ..nna NT f nn Mnnrliu avnnlni m. i b U UUCH IN MEMORIAM. MA AH. In the tervico of his country at th. American Rmbaesy, Lieutenant-Command r CPnrles O. Mnas, nt Paris, July JO 101,1. IturFd United State National Com, ten'. Arlington, Va., August 11, 1019. t MBMI'.CI'.S nt tha Manhattan CollegVi Alumni Society ore Invited to nttend th' annual m. mortal mass at tho Church of,' the Annunciation, Convent av. ant) 131st I st., on Monday morning. May 31, at 19 j ..'.Irw-V ' I r !