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Mss Hyde and
"Major Moore Wed;
Will Go Abroad
)fnrrlcil by Army Oltnplnlii
Who Sorveil Abrond With
TfrrM Tub Bit td Nsw Yok Hkmip.
' (Ikcb.nwiciIi Conn., June 5, Miss Kill
f.rili Hyde, cldwt daughter ot Mr
,Mmour J. Hydo of Now York nnd
4 .fftiwich. was mnrrlrd thin afternoon
ft Major I'lwrles Arthur Moore of Green
)7Iih, at Lone uMt, the country homo of
.he bride. In the Flold Point- section,
tf-iufe of til dentil of ,tho bride's
Ixotlier i.t winter tho wedding was sl'm
tV only "n Uninodlato family nnd a few
iflends bring present.
Th liev II C Hescve of atamford
my rhlplaln of tho old Fifty-sixth
ijoniictlctit Coast Artillery, with whom
jlajor Moore served overseas, outdated.
J The bride was attended by her sister,
jjm Harold Cooper Pynehon, tin matron
el honor Ml Peggy Moore, niece of
the bridegroom, unci Miss Ann Mario
ftrU. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs, Wal
j, r. innll unci a cousin of the bride,
' i- -e flow r girts. Mr, Kugcne Maxwell
llonm wan his brother's best man. A
.Jrepiioii followed tlioccremony.
Major aim .Mrs aioore win sou on or
.out J iino -0 for Europe, whero they
t (ll I ! guests of Ills mother, Mrs, Charles
a, sioore. fin.l his slater, Duchess EUlo
'!'(.' lonla. In ltomo,
The brido attended Rosemary Hall
Fchonl her for three years, 8he In a
r.'cmber of the Junior League, JCew
oi Major Moore fa connected with
iic rtrm of Manning, .Maxwell 4 Moore,
i which his father wag president. He
a graduate of Vale University, class
,f 1903 Ho win active In athletic
,nori at olleso and ts a well known
imor and explorer, having made a trip
r ah Hie lata Hear Admiral Robert E.
l tars- In the war lie was promoted to
major of the Fifty-sixth Connecticut
ast Artillery and served overseas, lie
,i member ot the Racquet, Union
oeii .t;i! Valo elulw In New York and
.e ... .. imlrli Country Club, tho l'leld
; ub and till; Indian Harbor Yacht Club
lii e He and his first wife were dl.
voncd f v- ral months ago.
(.rnnililmiRhtrr of "President
Emeritus if Harvard.
rf, a n. Tui: Sin jlv .New Yoik IIculd.
Bost-'V, Juno S. Miss Frances Kllot
;ctiugnipr f the Tlev. and Sirs. Samuel
K'ioi of Cambrldpe. and Mr. Frank
v-fmoni Smith. Jr.,' Harvard 17. son of
Or ana Mrs Frank Fremont Smith of
,'oinnnincealth avenue, were married
tjiis RftF'Mioon She Is the Branddnugh
iii ol Tir Charles W. Eliot, president
nntrnu5 of Harvard, who escorted her
itno i lie church. Her father s presl
ir.t of ibe American Unitarian Associa
tion Miss Mary F Atkinson ,of Brookllne
nas maid of honor, and thero were four
jjldtsmalds. Mr. E. Breble Slotley of
Doston was best man. Among the
tfhers were Mr. Charles W. Eliot Jd,
'i- William G. Itlce, Jr., of Albany,
v V . who Is to marry the bride's sls
t(r, Miss Hosamond Eliot, and Mr. I.eon
.)J iHlyckc of New York. Mr. Smith
m. s tin insisn In the navy during the
Hnlnra -Ilobbs.
Jvariiig the white Filk wedding dresc
i ii hr grandmother wore sixty years
afo Miss Harriet Hobbs. daughter of
Vr and Mrs. Francis Jerome Hobbs of
Vurray HiM. Flushing, was married yes
lirday to Mr. William Howard Haines
if. St John's Church, Flushing, by the
rtrtor th Itev. George W. Ecples. She
was attended by Miss Catherine Everett
And Mrs Plerpont Edwards Twltchell.
r IVniiain C. White was best man and
Messrs Ilenjamln T. McGlll and H. L.
eic were ushers. The bride la a
radua'e of Bryn Mawr College and the
1 idegroom of Columbia. He Is a son
f Mr Wullam M. Haines of Englewood,
V J a vioe-president of the Chatham
i il Piismx National Bank. nnd. Mrs.
U nps in the war he was a Lieutenant,
i-l the navy. He and his bride will
raae their lio.rfie In Bethlehem, Pa.
( Mohola Sheets.
iMi- Louise A. Sheets, daughter ot
Ti and -Mrs. Klmer A. Sheets of Yon
'fi? and Mr. Foster Nichols, son of
I" s Foster Nichols of Yonkcrs, were
la led last evening at the home of the
iin It a parents Miss Margaret Sheets
ie bride's sliter, was maid of honor
jtl liei Mster-ln-law, Mrs. Elmer A.
-runs j , was matron of honor. Mr.
-irlioli was attended by his brother,
v'r Oorse Nichols. Mr. Nichols was
k'aduated from Sheffield Sclentlfl:
School of Tale tn 1913 and was a lleu
tunant of heavy artillery during the war.
ll I S p rn Bii r.
tin o, ( Tun Sln A.n Sr.v Yobk UraiLP.
liorTiiv. June 5. Miss Marlon Hprague,
f'cl' r (l.tugliter of Mrs. Edward D. Bran-"i-te
or Brookllne to-day became tho
'ile of John Edward Bolt, son of Mr3.
1 pbert 'pthorp Bolt of Brookllne. Miss
ague's sister. Mrs. Wilfred Scfton
ft A'iburn. N. Y., was maid of honor.
vrmit Iloosevelt of New York and
"t'n-rs of the '12 class of Harvard, of
nj n li Mr Bolt Is a member, were ush
'i' Mr Bolt was an army lieutenant
do ng lhc world war.
We lid Ill's: ?T cites.
;v' F'-an, es Boyntnn I)ckltt. daugh
tr uf Mrs. William Elliott Foster, and
M' ' lirrord M.tchell Van Syckle, s6n
rI Mrs l!amt.nd A. Corney, were msr-rr"-il
ve,i, iday jtt the snmtner home of
ti rnoiher In Babylcn, U I., by the
f J. In.rlingham.
' -i Margaret Powell, ilauKhter of
"I1 jnO Mr.. Uohert E. Powell of 45t
' ' u i-lHnrton :icntic, and Mr.
f 'kf..ii r,. Farnsworlh. eon of Col. and
Ii' Krnierifk K. Famsworth of Htint-
I? ii I. I , will be married on next
"n 'i"la In All Angels CITunrh.
I .-nnard farlln ot ilS Welden
'Irr I'rooltlyn, gave a dinner on last
sl'-''n for her daughter, Miss May An
t'luptic arim, and Lieut. Frank J. Bell,
Ji" n i. married early next fall,
'r J ihn Wlnfleld Kent of 'P"aterson.
"'b of New Jersey's Department of
'1'il'or, ,V. ,f were married on
the First Congregational
Paten-on. by the Kev. Hugh Jt.
' llr William B. Burpo, oitce
of I'assalo county, was best man.
Muleline Eberhartl. a sister of
iva inald of honor.
I 'hel M. nude, daughter of .Mr.
"(d Mr,,
lolin W. Hude ot Haledon.
' ft the itev. Warren I. Coon, re
Jtloui f retsry of the Now Jersey Pa
onc League, were married on last
te'ntsrtay at their future home, 241
Minn Eleventh street. Newark, by the
'' A Boylan Fitzgerald. Mr. Coon
"-.aplain of tho 113th Infantry,
'l t -ninth Division. In France.
T(. carriage of Miss Lillian Williams.
' :s'!r of .Mr. and Mrs. Albern W.
s r,t 321 West Flfty-flfth street,
.,1 1 Stanley I. Clark of Baltimore.
, " take place on next Wednesday
, " ''iiiirch of tho Transfiguration,
'V' William M. Haradon and Mr, J.
ifvtU Johnson will attend them.
Mrs. L. C. Bruce's
to Mr. Geo. Reid
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Miss Harriett Bruce.
I Announcement of Miss Har
! licit llmcc's Romance
i Made in Greenwich.
Special to Tut Run and Nbw Vcsk Hxiild.
ClMWNWicttf Conn., June 5. At a
luncheon at the country home of - Mrs.
Leslie C. Bruce In North street here
to-day announcement was made of the
engagement ot her daughtrr, Miss Har
riett Bruce, to Mr. George Itold of New
Miss Bruce Is granddaughter1 of the
lato Mr. and Mrs, Chaune-y Andr.v.v of
Youngstown, Oho. Mr. Andre, was
one of the oldest Iron and conl mer
chants In Ohio and the builder Of -wvuntl
Westerh railroads. S'ie hail jua'iy
frlcnda In Now York, wnere she' and her
mother usually pass the wlncit? at 107
Fifth avenue.
Mr. Held Is a foreign exchange
broker, with an office In New York.
ElttrlilRp Stnrftti.
Sfrcial to Tub Sl'N and New Yoik IIkiuid.
BofcTON. June 5. Miss Josephine Stur
gls, daughter of Mr. Robert Shaw Stur
gls and the late Ellen Gardner
(Hodges) Sturgls, and Mr. Arthur Stu
art Eldredge of South Lincoln, son of
Mrs. Emma Motley (Snelllng) Eldredge,
and the late Mr. Arthur Stuart Eldredge,
were married to-day In the Church ot
Our Saviour, Longwood. Mrs. Russell
T. Fry, who was Miss Dorothy Whipple,
daughter of Sherman I. Whipple, was
maid of honor. Miss Sturgls Is a mem
ber of the Vincent Club, Mr. Eldredge
Is brother of Mrs. Stephen N. Bond of
New York. Mr. Bond was one of the
many ushers. A reception was held and
a wedding breakfast served at the Stur
gls home tn Bay State road.
The nerkshlrea.
Miss Ep-Ily Tuckerman gave a dinner
at her villa In Slockbrldge last night
for Captain and Mrs. Henry Martin of
New York. Capt. Martin was a member
of tho British Intelligence Corps. Cap
tured by the Germans, he escaped into
Holland on his twenty-third attempt.
Last year he married Miss Louise De
garven of Amsterdam, Holland. They
are stopping at tho Adams Tavern,
Stockbrldge, for two months.
Mrs. John S. Ames of Boston Is at the
Curtis Hotel, Lenox. Mrs. Whitman
Ware of Boston Is at Grey house. Lenox.
Mr. Grafton W. Mlnot, who was there,
returned to Boston yesterday.
Mrs. -Norman H. Davis and children
of Washington and Mm. Theodore B.
Ledyard of New York arrived yesterday
at tbelr places In Stockbrldge.
Mrs. Charlotte; Sorchan t-as arrived for
the summer at her cottage. Jit. Aerie,
on Halldon Hill.
At the Muenchlngcr King are Mr., and
Mrs. W. Fltzhugh Whitehouse, Mrs.
William P. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shal P. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Itussel
Palmer from New York.
Among the yachts arriving yesterday
were the schooner Marietta, Mr. J. F.
Brown; the power yacht Fox, Mr. Gor
don Dexter of Boston, and the sloop
Hoqua, Mr. William G. Iowe. Jr.
Hot Sprlngn.
Xtr. and Mr. William John Warburton ! has returned from Annapolis,
arrived at the Homestead Hotel yester-)
day from New York to spend, their j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wallach of
honeymoon, I Warrenton, Va., announce the engage
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Cortls left Inent of their daughter. Miss Edith Bhep
yestcrday for New Yorlr. ! ard Wallach, to Mr. Gaines Gwathmey
j of New York, Miss Wallach Is the niece
KING SEES AMERICAN PLAY. of Mr an" Mrs ury "Ialr-.
Occupies Bux for "Tlir Mini "Who
Cn in e Ilnck."
Special Cable Despatch ro Tub Stv and New
Yok IIciaip. CnpuriaM, M0, by The Hit,
ami New York Hiuiti.
London, Juno 5. The King and Queen
paid their first visit to one of the Ameri
can plays running In London to-night,
6ccupyhig a box for "The Man Who
Came Back," to which Mary Nash re
turned to-night.
'The royal couple seemed thoroughly to
enjoy the melodrama, applauding and
gracefully acknowledging Miss Nash's
deep bow to their box at the end of the
second act.
Plan Finn Doy Pnrnde.
The Sona of the American Revolution
and the Sons of the Revolution -will com
memorate Flag Day, Monday, June 14.
by a parade from Fnunce'fl Tavern to the
Sub-Trcafury, Wall and Nassau streets,
where patriotic exercises will be held.
Job E. Hedges, third vice-president of
the New York Chapter, will be principal
speaker, and Thomas, Denny marshall of
the parade.
Dnvls to He IIot to Tloynltr.
Paris, Juno 5. Ambassador Wallace,
with Mrs. Wallace, will leave here for
London to-morrow to attend a dinner to
bo given by tho American Amh-ms'iilor.
Mr. John W. Davis, and Mrs. Davis to
Kins George and Queen Mury.
Soclnt Xotes. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Learned, who are
stopping at 130 West Forty-seventh
street, will leave New York for their
home In Parts on board the Rotterdam
on next Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Braunworth of
Rot-eland, N. J., last night observed their
golden wedding annlversdry with a re
ception. He has twice been mayor of
Roeeland. Mr. and Mrs.- Braunworth
have six sons, the Titesars Charles, Victor
and Arthur Braunworth, who llvo In
Brooklyn and aro associated with their
father In business there, nnd the Messrs.
Percy, Wilbur and J'lmer Braunworth,
who live with their parents.
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred N. Strousc have
moved from 132 West Fifty-eighth street
to 133 West Seventy-ninth street, which
they recently bought. They will go next
month to the Hollywood Hotel, Wcet
oyja, j,
Nw Yorlr.
Mri and Mrs. John n. Drexel ami her
sister, Mr. Richard Van Wych, nnd Mr,
William Hude Nellson went to Newport
yesterday, Mr, and Mrs. John R. Drcxel,
Jr., and their Infant suit; John R, Drexol
3d, will Join them on next Thursday,
Mrs. Hamilton Mclf. Twombly Is en
tertalnlnr at Florlmm, her house In
Madison, N, J a party Including Mr.
nnd Mrs. Vanderbllt Klseam, Mrs. Fred
erick W. Vanderbllt, Dr. nnd Mrs. Allen
M. Thomas, Mrs. Arthur U. Twombly and
Mrs. William A. M, Burden,
Dr. Osrcliv galas, a diplomatic rcpre.
tentative of (luatotnala and professor of
economics In the University of Guate
mala, Is nt. tho Hotel Astor on his wav
ito Mexico city, necompanled by Dr, A.
Madrid, first secretary of the Guate
I inula legation to Mexico, who wilt bo
charge d'affaires when Ur, Halas leaves
' the Mexican capital.
I Mr Rolaud 8. Morris, American Am
i bassador to Japan, and Mrs, Morris are
guests of Mr, and Mrs. George Pratt
Ingersoll In Stamford en route 'from
Toklo to Washington. Mr, Pratt was
n the diplomatic service as Minister to
Mrs. Samuel V. Farchlld will close
her house next week and will go to
Newport to Jon her daughter, Mrs.
Long, wife of Capt. Byron V Long,
V, S. N who Is In, Mexico, Mrs. Long
has taken a cottagu In Newport for the
summer. Mrs. Fai-chlld will go to her
camp Jn the Adirondack about the mid
dle of July.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams P. Burden,
who have been at S5 East Forty-ninth
street alnoe their return from their
honeymoon at Ashevllle, N. C, went
yesterday to Newport for the surnmsr.
Mr. and Mrs.W!lllam V. B. Kip will
go this week to their summer home at
The Hon, and Mrs, Alfred. Anson will
j:o on next Thursdoy to their house at
liar Harbor.
Mrs. James B. Haggm will start to
day on a trip through the West,
. i
Mr. Henry T. Sloane has taken a
house at Southampton, L. I., and with
i his daughter, Baroness Amattry de la
Grange, ,ana her children will go there
this week for the summer.
Mrs. Luther Kountze has closed her
house here and gone to Newport.
Miss Barbara Whitney has gone to
Westbury from MIddleburg Va to pass
the summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Iaync Whitney.
Mrs. Charles Cary Rumsey will go to
morrow to Chicago from Westbury for
the convention.
Miss Lucy Aldrlch of Providence Is
at the country house of her brother-in-law
and. sister, Mr. and Mrs. John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., at Pocnntico Hills,
while they are. on a Western trip.
Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Purdy
started last week for Europe where they
will pass the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. S. Grlswold
and family have gone to Lenox for the
Mr. G. Crelghton Webb has gone to
Europe for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlnthrop Aldrlch will
leave Tuxedo Park on June 13 for Chl-
Icago for ten days and on their return
will go to Southampton.
! Gen. and Mrs. J. Fred Plerson will
open Rose Lawn, their villa In New
I port, late this month.
I tVnihtncton.
I Sir Auckland Gedd-s, the British Am-
bassador, has accepted an Invitation to
I attend the commencement exercises at
1 Princeton University on June 15, when
the degree of LL. D. will be conferred on
The Secretary of State and Mrs. Bain
bridge Colby were entertained at dinner
last night by the Assistant Secretary of
War and Mrs. Benedict Crowell. The
British Ambassador and Lady Geddes
and the Secretary of War and Mrs.
Newton D. Baker were among the
Baroness Romano Avezzapa, wife of
the Italian Ambassador, had a tea at the
! embassy yesterday ftr the Very Rev.
i Father Semerla, who was chaplain gen
eral of the Italian Army. Earlier In
I the day Mr. Andrea Gelsser Celesta dl
IVcgllasco, Third Secretary ot the Em
bassy, and Mrs. Celesla. gave a luncheon
for Father Semerla.
I Miss Marcla Chapln, debutante daugh
i ler nf Mr. nml Mrs. Frederick E. Chapln.
Other I'lnce.
Mr. and MrK. Honrv G. Lanham of
I Brookllne, Mass., announce the engage
I ment of their daughter. Miss Katheryn
; Lapham, to Mr. Phillip L, Saltonstall of
I Boston.
Prominent JVetv Yorkers Are on
Fund Committee.
The People's Choral Union, which is
engaged In a campaign for $250,000 en
dowment fund to perpetuate and extend
Jts work throughout Greater New York,
announced yesterday that the following
persons have accepted Invitations 4o
serve on Its campaign executive com
mittee: Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, president
Columbia University; Mrs. Charles S.
Uuggenhelmer, George Gordon Battle,
chairman executive committee Commun
ity Councils of New York city; Misha
Appelbaum. president tho Humanitarian
Cult, the Musical Bureau of America;
David Blspham, barytone; David Kd
strom, sculptor; Cajit. A. A. Clappe.
U. S. A.J Dr. Frank Damrosch, founder
of the People's Choral Union; Miss Helen
Yorke, coloratura soprano, and I'rof.
Samuel A. Baldwin, hend of music de
partment. City College, New York. Com
pany headquarters have been established
In suite 1408, 347 Fifth avenue.
, tj.!,.,0 1 Itecelvcit in Last Two
Weeks for ficrninns.
! In the: last two weeks James Speyer,
i treasurer of tho American Relief Coin-
mlttce ifor German Children, has received
1 13,204.40 for this committee and 1317.50
; for the Austrian committed.
I Tito total amount received to date by
Mr. Speyer In 1331,089.77 for tho Qcr-
man committee and 137, 236. 35 for the
Austrian committee.
dun Salute Greets Ur. Schnrman.
Ithaca, June 5. A salute of twenty
one guns was fired to-day In honor of
Dr. Jacob Guuhl Schurman, president of
Cornell University, who returned from
n trln'to tho Orient. A nroFrminrne of
'welcome was -held on the university
rrminds. In which clt.v and university
Iofflclnls and a troop of United States
cavalry took part, ......
Former Assistant District At
torncy Wns LofidjiiR Figure,
in Parkhurst Holds.
Frank Moss, former Assistant. District
Attorney under William Trovers' Jerome
and Charle 8. Whitman, and. one of
tho best known lawyers and criminal
Investigators In this city: .died late lust
night In his homo, 23 West J27th ntreet,
Mr. Moss had been In 111 health for n'ftny
months and spent sovernl weeks In
Roosevelt Hospital, suffering from sen
ernl Breakdown. Some tlmo ago, how
ever, ho opprtred to recover, and at Ills
own request was romovod to his home.
Thero ho euf fered a relnpso and hi con
dition grow stcadly worse.
With Mr. Moss when lie tiled wero His
wife, who was Miss Eva E. Bruce, whom
Jio mnrrled In 1883; his son, tho Rev.
Arthur is. moss, ana nts aaugnier, maa
Elizabeth J. Moss.
Mr, Moss was head of tho law firm
of 'Moss, Marcus & Wels, of 233 Broad
way. Beflldeg his legal and political ac
tivities bo was Interested In church
work nnd was a director of tho New
York City Church Extension Society and
of tho New York Ophthalmlo Hospital.
Iln also wrote extensively, among his
books being "Tho American Metropo
l.s." He was a member of the liar As
sociation, tho New York Law Institute,
the Ne-.v York Historical Association
md the Union League nnd Republican
Of the many zealous men who within
the last thirty years held the public at
tention oh crusaders against vice none
kept "i trail so consistently Jr fought
vice In more forms than Frank Moss.
Ha was born at Cold Spring, N. Y., In
IS55, went to tho high school there,
studied law In this city and was ad
mitted to the bar and established his
home here In 1878, Members of his pro
tension who knew him when he was
young did not anticipate that within a
few years his name would be familiar to
newspapers readers all ov:r this coun
try, but they reckoned without his spe
cial talent, which was a capacity for see
ing vice 'everywhere and following Its
trail through thick and thin.
While Mr. Moss was still a young
practloner the Rev. Dr. Charles
Parkhurst enlivened New York with a
series of spectncular ralde on dives nnd
dens of all descriptions, led by him per
sonally as president of the Society for
the Suppression of Crjme. The first raid
was contrived without the assistance
of Mr. Most, but by the time the second
(aiding party went forth In the night
It was known that a young lawyer by
the name of Moss, who had made vice
a special study, .was general counsel
to the vice society and that Dr. Park
hurst was profiting In his crusade
against evil doers by the advice nnd
nssirtance of the society's new legal
Poller Felt Ills Crltli'Um.
When not pursuing vice In the field
Mr. Moss was often on the lecture
Platform or In his library Inditing
pamphlets and brochures. The police,
as they always do In the Instances ot
young crusaders, attracted the shafts
of Mr. Mosss criticism. Then the Lexow
Committee, whose Investigation Into
New York evil doing attracted great at
tention at the time and gave John W.
Con his reputation and his Justiceship,
began Its session. Goff was the chief
Inquisitor. Moss sat at his elbow with
suggestions and formulated questions.
Subsequently when another Senatorial
investigating committee with Robert
Mazet at Its head was appointed to,
probe Into New York conditions Mr.
Moss bourgeoned Into full flower. The
committee did not get the public Inter
est as Judge Goff's committee had.
.there were fewer conditions to Investi
gate and tho flavor of vice had grown
Insipid to newspaper readers. Evil
doers had learned to be wary and non
committal on the witness stand; but
during the weeks In which the commit
tee sat Mr. Moss found life unqualifiedly
When William L. Strong was Mayor
and Theodore Roosevelt Police Commis
sioner Mr. Moss gained reward and rec
ognition together In an appointment to
the Police Board. There were four com
missioners In those days sitting as a bi
partisan board In frank avowal of tin
theory that politics was an Integral part
of pollen business nnd administration
and that the policeman's only safety
lay In having two commissioners ot
each political faith to take care of him.
ifr. Mots had hardly received his com
mission before he ascended the trial
bench nt Police Headquarters. His
voice was never silent at board meet
ings and the public prints from day to
day contained fresh opinions and dis
quisitions of his, always on the subject
of vice. .
Talked of lllrh Oligarchy.
From that day to his last Mr. Moss
always had some pronouncement on im
morality and grafting. As lately as
May of this year he had something to
say as to a mysterious "s,lush" fund,
promised and paid in Albany for the
passage of a legislative bill. Two ears
ago at a public dinner he gave ntterance
to the notion that -New York was ruled
utterly by n group of thirty rich men
whose Influence was "Infinitely more
subtle and dangerous than that of the
old style politicians," and that through
their machinations from 130,000.000 to
143,1)00.000 wns lost to the city every
year In tho shape of voided taxes and
through corporation control.
In 1914 a bill was Introduced at Al
bany asking an appropriation for a
State-wide Vice and graft Investigation,
and the father of the bill. Assemblyman
Hoff of Kings county, urged that when
the bill wns passed Frank Moss be made
head graft hunter. It was his Judgment
that Mr. Moss would not have to hunt
far; that he knew nil thero was to bo
known nbout graft and only lacked au
thority to trnck It down. It was a blow
both to Mr. Hoff and Mr. iMoss when the
bill failed to go through.
During Mayor Mit'chel's. term Mr.
Mosta. especial (alont had exercise
often. He never criticised Mr.-Mltchel
personally, but often bemoaned that
Mr. Mltchcl did not call upon him to
point out the quarters In which steal
ing and Incompetence were mulcting the
city. Arthur Woods was Pollco Com
missioner then, and It was Mr. Moss's
delight from tlmo to time to explain
how, by certain improvements In pollco
admlnUtratlon which he had in mind,
captains could bo kept from grafting
and Inspectors barred from traffic with
tho underworld.
He wis mode an assistant district at
torney during Charles S. Whitman's
first term, and assisted In tho prosecu
tion of Charles Becker nnd tho four
gunmen who ultimately paid the pen
alty of tho murder of Herman Rosen
thal! He resigned Just before Mr. Whit
man wns nominated for a second term
and became a candidate against him.
The vote he polled, however, had but a
trifling effect on Mr. Whitman's, tri
umphant majority.
One of III Last Speedies.
Mr. Moss was counsel to tho Thomp
son Investigating Committee In 1918.
but after the close of Its sessions busied
himself with his private law practice
except for occasional appearance on the
lecture platform before good govern
ment clubs nnd bodies organized for tho
general betterment of conditions. In
one of tho last cpccchca ho mailt ho
'This country Is now going through
& unlqus crJslSjJU'i A3 fithss poustriu
have passed (hrpuifh similar conditions
from time to time. I used to wonder
how It was that officials of all kinds
wore boio io uo me wings wey aid nnd
survlvo even for a night In the face of
I popular Indignation. The tlmo emno
I when I was ablo to ask an official why
. ho nnd others like him wore content
, to follow vicious lenders and .-cu-;t
dirty money. Ho replied;
"Wouldn't I be a fool If i didn't?
lEvoryliody else Is doing It.' '
, "Many a man who has started out to
expose grait in omciai circles has lost
Interest when some pollco or other offi
cial has whispered quietly In hla ear.
Even ministers of the gospel have been
known to havo boen so affected, I fear
then thnt It Is pretty nearly trpetas a
saloon keeper once said to me, that every
man 1ms his price."
Rear Admiral Once Com
manded Asiatic Fleet,
iVasiiinoto.v, Juno 5, Rear Admiral
Albert Wlnlcrhalter, n member of tho
General Board nnd former commnnder
In chief of tho Asiatic licet, died sud
denly In tho Naval IIoiltul hero to-day.
Pneumonia was tho catMo of tho Ad
miral's death. He had been 111 only .1
fow days.
Admiral Wlnterlmlfcr wns born In De
ttolt sixty-four years ago and was ap
pointed to the Naval .Academy In 1877.
After Bcrvlng on a number of ships ho
tt'i transferred o the Naval Observa
tory and spent some time abroad on
epi'c-lnl duty In connection with the ob
servatory. Ho was a member of tho
board of control and management of the
World' Fair nt Chicago In 1893 and
Inter eencd on the flagship of tho Pacific
The Admiral was first appointed to the
general board In 1911 and In 1915 he
was named commander of the Asiatic
fleet, serving there until threo years
ago, when he again was appointed to
duty with the general board here.
Admiral Wlnterhalter Is survived by
his widow, who lives In Washington, nnd
one sister, whoso horns Is In Detroit. His
body will be burlccUIn Arlington Na
tional Cemetery MorUay with full naval
William H. Malcolm, organizer of the
Bryant Park Realty Company, and well
known for his activities In other large
business enterprises, died May 29 In
his homo In Valhalla, Westchester
county, In his seventy-eighth year. Mr.
Malcolm wns born In Albany, where for
years he was prominent In the grain
trade. He also was Interested In min
ing. Burial was In the Malcolm family
plot In tho Albany Rural Cemetery. Mr.
Malcolm Is survived by his wife, two
tons and a daughter.
Special '0 Tub Bcs a.nd Nbw Yosk BzsAtD.
lUnTJ-ORO, Conn.. June 5. -Charles E.
Billings, head of the firm of Billings &
Spencer, manufacturers of drop forgings
and tools, died at his home here to-night.
Ho was eighty-three years old.
Clifton t'rnwfor1 Hurled.
The body of Clifton Crawford, nctor.
who was killed by a fall rom a hotel in
London on last Thursday, was burled In
Edinburgh yesterday beside the grave;
of his mother and father, according to
a cable message received by Mrs. Emma
Crawford, his widow. Mrs. Crawford
lives nt Larchmont. Funeral services
were held In London. Mr. Crawford
was the only son of his parents, and It
was In compliance with Mrs. Crawford's
request that he was buried beside them.
Former Will Wait Each
Afternoon for Them.
F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest arc
In search of new Ideas for decorations,
scenic and lighting efTccts and costumes
for plays which they are to produce.
Neither America nor Europo has novel
ties sufficiently novel to satisfy them,
and to-give newcomers a hearing Mr.
Comstock will each afternoc t from 3 to
half past 5 o'clock In his office at tho
Princess Theatre see In person nny one
who has a new Idea or original effect
that can be put to practical use next sea.
"I believe there are persons with such
Ideas," said Mr. Comstock, "nnd with
a chance they can help producers to get
away from the beaten path, especially In
the field of musical comedy and revue,
where success depends so largely upon
the Injection of new Ideas and artistic
effects. These are the men and women
whom I am anxious to meet. It may be
that through their lack of knowledge ot
the course to be pursued In placing their
Ideas before managers or through a mls
t.tken belief that producers, are unwilling
to give them a chance unless they come
with an established reputation they havo
been unsuccessful In getting a hearing.
"I am especially anxious for some
clever material to be used in next sea
son's revue for the Princess; also a
musical novelty I am getting ready for
the Dolly Sisters nnd Harry Fox. I
am planning In each Instance to provide
c. performance that will he nlowf'entlrely.
original lines. It It is simply an Idea
thnt Is brought to me nnd I like it but
find that It lacks the' touch which an
experienced hand In the theatre can pro
vide I will buy It and havo it worked
out under my direction.
"In this I am not actuated by any al
truistic motives; my only aim Is to pro
cure stage novelties,, no matter what
their source, and I shall bo glad to .meet
In my office any one who has a practi
cal Idea- to sell."
Nash. 1920, Sport .Model tW7, aerial 157404,
N. Y. license 11)8109; stolen June 4, 3 P. M
while standing 25th at west of Droadwav:
communications confidential. E. R. HOP
WOOD. ", John at.. New York city. Tele
phone lleekninn S9S7V
will be paid for return of a woman's open
fared watch, Ohio enatpet, with pearls; prob
ably lost May, 2d. ComqiunirjCte wllh-K. 11.
IIOPWOOP, V, John si" New York city;
telephone lleekman S087.
IjOHT tn taxi, "Saturday- afternoon, -from
Pier 47, North River, Jewel caae containing
diamond rings nnd diamond brooch ruid
other Jewelry, also a small suitcase with
toilet articles and tatuabla papers, letter
for W. It. Allen from American Consul,
Bermuda. Return to W. E. PEARL, 183
West R7lh St., for reward.
LOST Wednesday, June 2. 57th st. and Rth
av. to I.ong Island station, larse bar pin,
platinum setting, contains at out tnenty-elght
(Hamnnds; no questions ami very liberal re
ward If returned. 11. A. SlIIKLlL-f, Metro
lioltnr.,e,rrd Wcndwanl avs UrooKiyn,, Jf, V
inone MEgg Mtv. .
LUST Diamond I ln uptown side uf lllocker
and Lafayette ati, station Tuesday. June I,
U'20, about n:."0 P, M. neturn and receive
wan! from St. ABRRrtACH, eare New York
Made Tnr Co.. 2.i Wejt Houston at.
LOST Kmc with thre diamonds, aet In plat
(num. Ill ladles' room nf Lonrue Vita Inn
, on Thursday night, .May 27. Reward of $l)
' . ...... L'TI'l'tm ,,,, n, rj. . . ,
i,jr rriiiiw i .--n.i, lav jvivvrsiue uriva,
Ttione Canal fliW.
LOST. In the neighborhood of SJth at., be
(ween 5th and tlth avs., on 'Tuesday after
r.onn, June 1, a diamond bow knot brooch
with two pearls; 50 reward If returned to
UDALL & BALLOU, 574 fdh av.
LOST Thursday, a black enamel pin ulili
diamond setting, attached gold atlck phi
with diamond centru; liberal reward,
HAMBLIN, 05 East 19th at. Telephone 0012
V Flatbush.
L 1ST Lady's col I waul- on tinlhy inr from
Trenton to Njwark nr from Ne'vurk to
East r.th st.. Ftatbudi Tilepho-ie 7PIJ Wind
nr Reward.
fl'ST FrliTa? g?'' f'txlblc frn ' t win
the ennrald' r.l eral leward If rcturied
to ALMA LAUFEIt, CIO Kenmore place,
.Ctftjs-iil Vifj. Zlwue. .Coney, island 29,
.asT-Mlt ! of May, 74th et nesr
I'srk v diamond bur pin, Ittturn to
rAllTIK'n. ilM 3th av, No qutttlons asked.
Jlfmsrtl I2KI.
watch IniM: lott in toxica!: llb.rnl ie-
ward. MAI' MOItlllB, M Went lllh .U
t.OHT (Jupphlru nni M'iul liiiritnlii.n pin In
vicinity of llaoy'u; reward. Tlcthoni
Fnnlhsm 7.1M,
L()HT-.!y 27, uold briM-tiliit ivlth 11 email
illsmiinilis iiliwny, mi flrnadwsy car.
Howard Apt. 10. Hit West H2lh t.
I.OT-T'va IIU bills, Cexlrmtii.-t iv. , .'iijth nt,,
RMurday afternoon. Telephone 3'.'0l-Morn.
LOST Diamond pin, bow"ETiot, minus drop".
last rUturdny forenoon, Llbetal reward It
returned io D32 West With t.
l.O.HT-llolums Primed Diary, Lexington v.
subway, June 2; reward. AUN13V, 27
William st.
1 LtiHT Diamond nntl pearl firxlblo bracelet
nnout -Mtn sua 4.1111 st., nut av. ; retvarn,
1,. MATI1AY, 02 Wi:HT 4.TII. PIIONB.
LOiiT-niamond sapphlrn pin; suhatantlal
reward. AWTHUH TRAIN, 113 East 73d
IlKd'HT book, lost Tuesday on Ilroadivny-
Fourth avenue, Brooklyn line, going from
.14th tt New York, to. Coney Island; reward,
Phone Hunset SCSI.
Fur return nf heart shape platinum and
diamond natch, ruby, in cimtro, attached to
illamruil rnonotirsm pin; InltlaH 1:. D, I,;
lo.t Msy 1(1. UDALIi k HALLOW. K74 nth av.
for nutttrfly Ilroooh, wlngi plutlnum. open
work i!""lt:n, sprlnVtud with illnniomli nnd
pHirli, lo.t hi Lord is Taylor's, Thursday
eflerm.oa, no til" ''Ion, Return tn IlLAClv,
HTAtm & PROrf HI) av. and 48th t.
for return of plutlnum, illmriond nnd sap.
plilro liar pin: Inn May 27, between Vet
l"lh St., New York city, and Dtn t.,
Ilrnoklyn, nr I taxi, I, If. i It, If. WEIN-
iiKiin.'Mi .-.tn at, J
si.v) nnwAitu
for return of platinum and diamond bar pin,
about 2 Inches lone, pointed at both ends;
lost Juno 2. MARCUS CO., Bth av. and
l.'th it.
For return of bar pin. containing large ccji
tie ttlnniond, t) small diamond, 12 sapphires,
loit June 4 betueen East 43d st. and 53th
nt., or In taxlcab, 11I.ACK, STARR &
FItOFT, nth av. nnd 4Kth st.
iSOn reward for return of fleilbls
platinum diamond bracelet to MAR
CUB & CO., r44 nth av. Lost between
Harlem River bridge, 223th st. and
Fordhnm square.
S2.i 1 km ard for return of gold bracelet, two
tll.tmonde, one sapphire, lnt June 4 be
Iwetti IMtli nml 42d sta. Return to T. A.
FniEl)I)i;itOi:n, care Julius Kayser ft Co.,
33 4th av.
Wearing Apparel.
LOST Thursday morning, June 3. on east
aide of Madlaon av., betwen SO Eait 00h
and 32 Kant G4th St., a long, dark blue allk
and chiffon aash with fringes. Reward will
be paid when returned to Mrs. RRYNOLDd,
30 Kant 60th t.
LOST Stone mnrten fur scarf about 7
Wednesday evening, on Cedar, Church or
Cortlandt at. Llbeial roward If returned
to room 110. 3t Nassau st.
LOST Sunday afternoon, 0:3U, a silver (ox
ikln, between entrance and ninth floor of
Illtz-Carlton. Kln'lly return to cashier Rlti
Carlton, 12.1 reward, no questions asked.
LOST Seal atole, In Twentieth Century or
Drown and White Taxi, between Forsyth
and West 119th sts. Tuesday night. 11:30;
irard. Mornlngslde 71IT. Ml" HOSE.
LOST Russian sable necaplece, Friday
mnrnlnir, at liloomlnndale'a nr between
r.Iiili and 74th sti; label mark Stein
Blaine; liberal reward. Phone Rhlnclander 2.
LOST Double akin Eastern mini: scarf, Sun
day, 3-8, I.ynbrook-Bedford av. ; reward.
ROKSL"lt. 7.1 Lafavette av.. Drooklyn.
LOST Two piece mink ecarf between,Jl8th
and nth av. and JUth and 5th av.Call
3711 Harlem .
LOST Ulua rape, In taxi. Commodore Hotel
lo Pennsylvania Motel, May 20: reward.
Return Room 5W Hotel Commodore.
Cel. and Doj..
LOST Fox terrier, white, black specks on
bark, brown spot left aide face, female,
tall, ears cut, lost June 2; reward for re
turn. MRS. 8. MURRAY, 100 West 139th,
apartment 23.
1 LOST 150 reward for return of Blenheim
' ... . . -I-. ... 1. 1 , ... .
spaniel t,r"""', miur. ,iu,wi spuia,
brown ears, short (all, brown pants on hind
less: lost Thuraday nlfiht. MORGAN, 313
West 24th at. rnone uneisca jm.
LOST. In the vicinity of 75th st. on Friday
morning, n largo chow dim, no collar, Re
watd If returned to 034 5th av. Rhlnelande'
LOST Small tan and black female dog, hair
about one Inch long; child's pet; reward
$10. Return to 170 0th av., Drooklyn. Phone
1114 Sterling.
150 REWARD foi return of spaniel, female;
white, brown spots, brown ears, short tall,
brown pants on hind legs; lost Thursday
night. MORGAN, 315 West 24th at. Chel
sea 394.
for the return of male Iloston terrier named
Tony, color onnnie, wun wnue necK, cnesc
and etomaeh, white stripe down middle of
lu-nd and 4 white legs, with two white spots
cn back, one being on each hip; disap
peared from 227 Riverside Drive, corner 03th
at Wednesday morning, June 2. Tinder or
any one furnishing Information as to his
whereabouts will receive reward by com
municating with T. J. O'REILLY. 227 River
side Drive. Riverside 420.
FOUNDSmall launch. L. DE CONINCK.
The Raunt Station, Rockaway Reach, N. Y.
ALEXANDER. Mr. and Mrs. AbMe Atexan-
' iter, nee Beatrice O. Levy, 790 Riverside
Drive, announce the birth of a. eon, June
2, 1020. San Francisco, Portland and
Atlanta, papers please copy.
BODBE . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Bobbe,
1220 Orand Concourse, announce the birth
of a son, June 4, at Hill's Sanitarium.
KLEINBEROER. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wein
berger announce the birth of a daughter,
Ruth 'Cecelia, on June 1, 083 East 238th st.
NH'.DENTHAL On June 4, 1P20, a daugh
ter to Mr. and Mrs. Noah Nledenthal (nee
Seellg), at Dr. Bruno's Sanitarium, 137th
. at.Edgeromb av.
OPPENHE1M. Born at Flattaburg. N. Y.,
June. 4, a daughter to Mr, nhd Mrs. Edwin
J, Oppenhelm (nee LSretta Scheler),
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheler
nf Plattsburg. N. Y., and sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Oppenhelm of Nw York city.
lOHL. Mr. and Mrs. Inward L. I'ohl an
nounce th'e birth of a daughter, on May
30, 1920. at Lenox Hill Hospital.
ROSALSKY .-Dr. and Mrs. Harry XV. Rosal
sky announce the birth of a son, Donald
II., on June 1, at Hill Sanatorium,
ROSEN. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Rosen (nee
Hnnnah. lU Solomon), 473 West 1581b St.,
take pleasure In announcing the birth ot
a baby girl on June 3, 1920. Mother and
baby doing well.
BAKEWELT DUNN.-Mr, and Mra. Harry
T. Dunn ot U7 Fifth av.. New York, an
nounce the engagement of their only
daughter, Estene. Lytle Dunn, to Ben
jamin P. Bakewell of Pittsburg, Pa.
BERGKR OObp, Mr. and Mrs. Gold of
l'attrson. N, J., announce the engage-pent
of their daughter. Rose, to Sarriucl Berger
of New York city. No cards,
Maurice. Kernsand of 12291 Park av. an
nounce the engagement at their daughter,
Evelyn W., to Mr. David M. Bernstein,
son ot Mr. nnd Mra. I. Bernstein ot
tiM 1'lst at., Bensonhurst.
ITtANK HAFT. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Haft.
175 Hewrs St., Brooklyn, announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Henrietta, to
Mr. Hary Frank of New York. Reception
will be announced later. Chicago. Los
Anceli-) and Philadelphia papers please
GOI.IiBEltiiHR - GREENBAl'il . Mr. and
Mra. Adolph Greenbaum of rerth Amboy,
T T nniminM th tnp.rntn.nt .t .hat
ilalichtpr. tlnrnthv TsAbflle. tn Mr. JpaftM 1
Leo Goldberger, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Goldberger of 881 Riverside Drive,
New York City.
GUTTMAN COHEN -Mr. and 'Mrs. G. M.
Cohen of 773 East 183d at. announce the
betrothal of their daughter, Sylvia, to Mr.
Nelson Cullman, son of Mr. and Mra.
Aaron Guttman.
HlGHEIl-REICHMAN.-Mr. and Mra. Sam
uel Relchmau announce tho engagement
of (heir daughter. Cora R. Relrhman, of
5012 5th av., Brooklyn, to Mr. Jack
Higher of Brooklyn on June 13. No cards.
Toil West 172d St.. wishes to announce
the engagement of her daughter, Mae, to !
Mr. William I.lmenfeld, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Llmepfeld, 7(3 Trinity av.. New '
York. '
MARMPR-I'LAFM.-Mr. and . Mra. Jacob
Mannnr 'vlli receive tneir inentia on nun-
1 ,laj. June fl. (loin 3 to . nt the Rlu-
ICarltii!. In honor ot their daughter.,
P.nw.,. (Mtrvlhsl te Mr. Hesry lr.s
JTJaum. . J
lilirlnsteln." Verv liberal reward noon ie. 'n' l0 f.V.ii' rti.,Jier ?-TrinVtS
turn to H. IIHMINHTBIN, 814 Wt With t. TO"' n ,1. NaMu"r ,' cl Pmm K
':RTZnr-KlHM:n.-Mr. nmf Mm. I.mU
Keller, 2S0 Kast 63d U city, announc
tho engaRcnient of their ilanshter, I.llllsn,
to Mr. Iludolph Mertzel o( Unyonnc, N. J,.
Jim 3, IfrJO,
PARKUR-KAT55 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Katx
of 220 West 110th at. announcu the en
gagement ot their daughter Juliet to Mr.
Albert Pal Iter, son ot Mr. and Mr. Jacob
Parker. Reieptlon Hotel Astor, Sunday,
June 0, 3 to 0. No cards.
Udell of 1434 Kast HUh st.. Drooklyn. an
nounco tho hetrnthnl of their daughter,
Helane, to Myron, P, Robinson pt New
Yr. V city.
ROSENZWEIG fiROfi85f.N. Mr. and Mrs.
William Qrossmnn of D87 Elton St., Brook
lyn, announce the engagement of their
daughter Jeahnelto to Mr. Hnrry Rosen
zwelg, June ft, 1920,
SCBWAHTZ-STIIAU8.-Mr. and Mrs, Emll
Straus of 054 West Jfllst St. announce the
engagement of their daughter, Elanor U
to Mr. Herman BchwarU. (
Itosenzwclg of 1 East lOdth St., New York
city, announces the engagement of her
daughter Hello to Mr, Herman Shackman,
Juno 1920.
EOUR-AllORN.-Mr, and Mrs. Milton Aborn
nf 303 West 72d st. announce tho engage,
inent of their daughter, Fannie, to Mr.
Alvln II. Hour of Shreveport, La.
WALD-WACIIT.-Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Wacht of 700 Riverside Drive announce
tho engagement nf their daughter, Jean
nette, to Mr. Albert Wald of New York
COIIEN-DAUII.-On June 1 Mathilda
Daub, to Mr, Ezra Cohen.
DRUMMOND-HUnitULL.-At Ray Shore, L.
! June 3, 11)20, Lulu Hyde Huliboll,
daughter of tho Into Richard Hyde, to
Howard Drummond of Now York city.
FALZER RENDER. Mr. and Mr. I.ou:s
Bender announce the mnrrlage of their
daughter, Sylvia, to Mr. Charles Falzer,
Thursday ccnlnr, June 17, at Wllloughhy
Manslon. 0117 Wlltoughhy a., Brooklyn.
Reception after S;30. No cards.
Victor Goodman. (Hit Hoe av.. Bronx, an
nounce the marriage ot their, daughter...
iieien is., to ixiu uoitneimer, at tueir
home on June 0, 1920.
Miss Sylvia Oabrlel, 513 West 150th st
and Sir, John Greenberger, 153 Audubon
av., both nf this city, will take plane at
3 P. M. to-day (June 0), at tho roaldence
of the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Julius
Schwartz, 1710 Avenuo I, Flatbush. The
Rev. Dr. Paul Held will officiate.
HAINES HOBBS. On .Tune .5. 1920, In SI.
John's Church, Flushing', L. I., by the
Rev. Oeorgo W. Eccles, Harriet, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs, Francis Jerome Hobbs
ot Murray Hill, Flushing, tn William How
ard Haines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllairl
M. Haines of Englewood, N. .T.
BAItT-WARriEN.-Chailes E. Warren of
823 St. Mark's av., Brooklyn, nnnnunces
the inarrliico of his daughter, Emma, tn
Mr. Henry llelllngtnn Hart ot Council
Bluffs, Iowa, on Wednesday. June 2.
1920, by the Rev, Frank M. Townley of
JAC'ISON ANDRKAS. On Saturday. June
5, 1920, at the chapel of St. Ansgarlus of
(he Cathedral Church of St. John the Di
vine. New York city, by the Rev, Dr.
George F. Nelson, Battle Van Brunt
Andreas, daughter of Mrs. and the late
Mr. Justice Charles B. Van Brunt, to Ken
neth M. Jackson.
JORDAN NATHAN. Mr. Samuel Franklin
Nathan of Far Rockawae announces the
marriage of his sister Irma to Mr. Will
lam Jordan of Lawrence, L. I., on Tues
day, June 1, 1920.
KLEINER ZIMMERN. On Monday,. May 31,
at tho Hotel Gotham, by tho Rev. Dr.
Krass, Edna, daughtrr ot Sarah and the
late Samuel Zlmmern, to Joseph J. Kleiner,
son of Mr. nnd Mrs, Max Kleiner.
LEVY-MOSKOWITZ.-On Tuesday. Jure
1, at Pouch Mansion, 343 Clinton av.,
Brooklyn, Margaret, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Max Moskowltz, 147 Grand st.,
Brooklyn, to Mr. Harry Levy.
LOIICKS-ENO.-At St. Mlihael'a Chap-I.
Saturday, June 5, by Rev. Dr. W. D.
Johnson, Jean'Eno, daughter of Mrs. Wil
liam Olassell Eno of New York, to P. Du
pont Loucks, son nf Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Loucks of Oradell, N. J.
McBBlDE STANTON. At the Church of
tho Holy Infancy, Luzerne, N. X., June 4,
1920. by the Rev. John A. Delgnan,
Frances Isabelle Stanton, daughter ot
Mrs. John Stanton of Troy, N. Y.. to
William M. Mcllrlde of New York city.
Cornwall, N. Y June 5. 1020, by the Rev.
Harvey Officer, O. H. C, Marjorle,
daughter of Justice and Mrs. Alfred R,
Page, to Penne. Fellows Schauffler.
SMALL ABRAMS. Marvin Stanley Small to
Blanche Dorothea Abrams, on Thursday,
June 3, 1020, , N
E. Church, New York, June 5, 1020, by
Dr." Raymond Lalor Forman, Erma Made
Ion, daughter of Mrs. Cora I. Bralnard,
to Clarence Hutchison J. Stelnert of Has
brouck Heights, N. J.
UI.MAR-BLOOM.-On June 2. 1920. Mrs.
Charlotte Bloom of 25.1 East 77th st.,
announcea the marriage of her daughter,
ElUaJieth, to Silvester Ulmar.
WAhD-COLLINS. Mrs. Charles W. Collins
announces the marriage of her daughter,
Madelalne Reglna, to Mr. Thomat Henry
Ward of Connecticut", April 7. 1920.
FRANK Mr and "Mrs. Leopold Frank of
fifli W.-st lROth st.. announce the 50th an
niversary of their marriage. Reception at
Delmontco a stunuay, june is, at rj:ao
P. M. No cards.
PARDO. Mrs. and Mr. I. R, Tardo. 1243 Tin
ton n. The Bronx, will celebrate ' the
fiftieth anniversary of their wedding on
June 10.
SO-EL, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sobel of 302
Convent av. beg lo announce the 20th an
niversary of their wedding on Sunday,
June fl. 1920, and will be pleased to re
ceive their relatives and friends at their
residence after 8 P. II.
STERNLICHT. Mr. and Mrs. A Sternltcht
of SAO Caldwell av. beg to announce the
2.1th r annlvereary of their marriage on
Wednesday, June P, 1020. . At home to
. relatives and friends after 8 P. M.
VAN LEEUWEN. Mr. and , Mrs. Benjamin
Van Leeuweq celcbrste their golden wed
ding on June 12. Reception at their resi
dence, 157 Beach 113th' St., iRoekaway
Park, on Sunday, June 13, from 3. to 0.
A faintly dinntr at the Cherry Inn, 101
Beach. 115th St., at 7 P. M. No cards.
Arnold. Wltlard J. Bay. Anita P..
Auerbach. Samuel H. Lang. Daniel O.
Rtckman. Ellxabeth M.Martens. Matilda V.
Blvn. MM Iln
Morgenthaler, Marts
Moss, Frank
Myers, Ralph
Oestrlch. Sarah
Raymond, George T.
Robinson, Eatelle M.
Conway. Robert It.
Corne, William E.
Crochoron, Mary L.
Davis. David
Falconer. Alexander
FlUhugh, William W.Ro-ve, GeQrgeM.
Friedman. Anna
anyner. ja-yB.jr-,
Graham, Francis E
Hall, Andrew A.
Sturgcs. Anne IC.
Wobd. Edna G.
Tn Memortam.
neach, Sophia V. Mnmielbaiim, Fanny
Danzlcer. I,ouls Jf.
Roach. David
Hart. Betty
Hartmann. Julius V.
KInsella. Daniel F.
Mahon, A. B.
Uoblnsnn. Caldwell C.
8iar- iKas
Wiener, Max
ARNOLD. At Summit, N. J,. on Saturday.
i,in !t tn"n. Wlllard J.. beloved husband
of Jennie Arnold. Funeral aen-lco will
bo held at bis lato lesldence. 50 Valley
View av.. Summit. N. J., on Tuesday,
.Tune 8, at 8 P. M. Interment private.
Please emit flowers.
AUERBACH.-Famusl H. of Salt Lake City,
nt 40 West nth St., on Juno 4. In hla 7.td
year. Beloved husband of Evelyn Brinks
and father ot Herbert, George, Frederick,
Resale, Jennie, Madeline. Selme Mohr and
Josephine Slegel, Funeral from above ad
dress on Sunday, at 215 P. M. inter
ment at Salt Lake City. Tlcase omit
EICKMAN.-'Etliabeth Manning, beloved wife
of the late John Hickman, mnerai
day momlng nt 10 o'clock from late
dence. 327 Eaat 18th at.: thence ti
riinrrh nf (ho Rntohanr. 2d av.. near
st.. where solemn high mass will be of
fered for the reposo ot her eoul. Kindly
omit Rowers, masses preferred. Funeral
BLYN. Suddenly. Juno 4, Millie, beloved
ilaughttr of the lata Isaac and Marlanna
Blyn and devoted sister of Nathan, Jacob,
Hannah Stoff, Henry. Benjamin, David.
Eva Curtlck and Rosa Ixvlnson. Funeral
from the rhapol of Saul A. Rothschild, 150
West 120th St., on Sunday, June 6, 2 I'. M.
CONWAY. On Friday. 'June 4, 1920, Robert
II.. b'loved husband of Mathilda Conway
(nee Khmer). Funeral from his late res
idence. 149 Weet Bfith St.. on Monday, June
7, at 0:30 A. M., thence to St. Matthew's
Church, 67th St., near Amsterdam av.
Member of Lodge No. 1, R. P. O. Elks.
CORNE. William E.. In his 53d year, be
loved husband of Cora B.. neo Dalton, at
his resilience In Tappan, X, Y.. on Juno .,
llr'O. Funeral services on Monday even
ing. June 7, at 8 P. M at his late resi
'':',. , ,,.,,.,., I
c i-- iiwiu...-. j ":"".," ,", ' .
paaced a way I- Hilay. I I 1 .. at her resl-
dence. 168 Arthur HII road. Richmond..
atatsa lilioJ. r.ua2 .'... ouaday,,
Jun9.lJVM, ... A
DAyiB.-DavM. MovH liujibanf. of Mart
ali, resilience 200 Vtt 107lli t or
i""" . iS P- M- from Martin VKk'i
i, t-uiiriHi -firviPL'- on ivin inav.
pbapcl, 227 Unox av,
'"-Cosmopolitan Lodge. No. 202,
...I fyitJ..of ''J'lhlas, regretfully announces
. .V1 "f mir "lol brother and re.
quests the pierenrn of Hie members at tlm
l"K P'ac. (mm Martin Peek's
Mineral Parlors. 227 Lenox av., Menday.
riM. . 1, M Ilerment Union
1 Ichls, Cypress Rills. Fraternally. Morton
8, Coan, C. O,; W. O. Cohen, K, it, B.
m;l'l 9n, B!!"ty. June 3, at the rel
denco nf her daughter, Mrs, Lyman T
Der, Mary Elizabeth Wilson, widow of
1 W,,1.1.1 rakn and daughter of the late
Dr. William Wilson and Elizabeth Ooelet
Rurknor. Nolleo nf funeral hereafter.
Boston nnd llaltlmoro papers pleaat. cw-V.
FALCON fill.-At Stumford, Conn., on Fri
day, Juno 4, 1920, Alexander Falconer, be.
loed husband of Lilly H. Falconer, father
of Mrs. Alden L, McMurtry and Alexander
l alconer, Jr. llaltlmoro and Atlantic Cl"
papers pleuao copy,
nTZHUOH.-Wll!la'm Wyv'lll. on June 4. In
-i?, S0 " r?r! nt ''la residence. K0 Went
t''i1 V H;,ty, If" M Tl" I'uneral Church.
Campbell Building, Binadwny at fidth st ,
prlvMe' 8 ''' M" ,nl"mmt
FRIEDMAN. June 5, Anna, wife nf tha
late Isnatx and devoted mother ot Rose
. Srhnltiler and Jacob. Funernl from the
."f..8aul A. Rothchlld. 159 West
1.0th St., Monday, June 7, at 10:30 A. M.
fI';i!'M.-Oii Friday. June 4, at Ma home,
7;"l,"y"K P'-' ow vork city, Francis
'VJ,,ll,a", beloved husband of Agnes
8 ical-or, aged 53 years. Funeral sen Ices
at Ills late rcaldence Monday afternonn
at 1 o'clock. Interment Cyprcaa Bills
1,ALt.-Frlday, June 4. Andrew A,, son of
i .Austin a, and liieanor L. Hal .
1 1 uncral prhatc.
HAV.-On Tuesday, Juno 1. nt Demllle, N.
' Anita Blanche, beloved wife nf A. 8.
Hay and mother of Walter. Connie ami
John IVnn, runlvnrs of S.S. Carolina,
sunk by German submarine June. 2, 1918,
off Cniw llattcras, N. V. London. Jtong
, hong, Yokohama papers please copy.
LANO.-nnnlel O.. at the Post-Graduate
Hospital, on Juno 4, In his 58th year.
Funernl nrliate.
I.ANG.-Vi'ternns of the Seventh Regiment
jtrc rrques.a to attend the funernl ser
vices of Daniel O. Lang. (4th Company)
at Stephen Merrill's Lndtaking Parlors,
.".01 West 120th St., Sunday, June fl, at
7. P. M.
WILLARD O. FISIC. President.
MARTENS. On Thuraday. Juno 3, 1020. Ma
tllda Yesser, beloved wlM of the late Fred
erlck W. Mnrten. aged 00 yoars. Services
at her lato residence, 121 East 170lh St.,
Bronx, Sunday, the 0th, at 5 P, M. Inter
ment private.
MOKGENTHALER.-On Thursday. June J,
1920, Mario, wife' ot the late Jacob, and
mother of William, 'Jacob, Leonnrd, Emily
nnd Elttabcth Morgenthaler, In her 75th
year. Services nt'her late residence, 181
Lincoln Road, Brooklyn, Sunday, 4 P. M.
Plcnse omit (towers. Interment at con
vcnlenco of family.
MOSS. Frank, on June 5, afler a, prolonged
Illness, at his home, 23 East 127th st.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MYERS, On Juno 4, In Ms 58th yenr, Ralph,
husband of the late Fanny Myera and de
voted father of Ray, Florcnoo and Harry.
Funeral from tho ihapcl of Saul A. Roth
schild, 159 West 120th St., Sunday, June 0,
at 10:30 A. M.
OESTIUCH.-On Saturday, June H, In her
7Jth year. Sarah Oestrlch, beloved mother
ot Mrs, Cora Oestrlch Goodklad and the
lato Abraham and grandmother of Muriel
Oestrlch Brady. Funeral services at her
late residence. S00 West 100th at., Mon
day, June 7, 10 A, M. Interment private.
RAYMOND. On June 4, 1920. George T.
Raymond. In his 70th year. Funeral ser
vices at the U. S. Giant Post Headquar
ters, 489 Washington av.. Brooklyn, Mon
day, Juno 7, 3 P. M. Interment Green
wood. ROBINSON. Eatflle M.. belovd wife ot
Thomas A. Robinson of Liverpool, Eng
land, nt her residence, 3."0 West 83th
st., June 4. Services Sunday, June 0, at
2 P. M. Texas. Oklahoma and Colorado
pnpers please enpy.
ROWE. June 4. 1920, George A. Remains
at Stephen Merrlt's Chapel, 223 8th av.,
' near 21st st.
SNYDER, Jane F., widow of William 8.
Snyder, on ' June 4. Interment Fernwood
Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa,, Sunday, June
li. Newport, Perry county, Pa papers
please copy.
STURGES. Anne Kneeland Sturges, sud
denly June fl, In her 52d year, daughter ot
Almlra and the late Edwin C. Eturget,
Funeral private.
WOOD.-On Jun 5, Edna Gambia Wood,
wife of Charles E. Wood, at her resi
dence. Grand View, New York. Sen Ices
at the North rre3bytcran Church. 153th
st., between Broadway and Amsterdam
av.. New York city, an Monday, at 3 P.'.M.
Interment Woodlawn.
Edna Gamble Wood, wife of Charlea E.
Wood, crude rubber broker, nnd mother of
Richard, William r.nd Mary, on Saturday,
June C, at her summer home at Grand
Vlew-on-the-Hudson, New York, after m
lingering Illness. Mrs. Wood was t ie I
sister of S. Leslie Gamble and Mrs. Will-i
lam Tajlor and daughter of William
Gamble, vice-president of the Inlng Na
tional Bank.
BEACB.-In loving memory of Sophia VIr-,j
alula Beach (Bluhm). who died at Nut
ley. N. J.. June 0. 1918.
DANX.1GKR. In sad nnd loving memory of
Louis Moses Pamlger. who departed this
life June fi, 1918. Gone but not forgotten,.
HART. Betty. In loving remembrance of,
our dear mother, yho died June 5, 1915.
HARTMANN In loving memorlam of Julius
Victor Hartmann (Inventor and builder ot
Brooklyn Bridge. New York, under pseudo
Von Rochllng, head engineer). Died on
June tl, 2:30 P. M., 1917, at the German
KINSEI.LA.-In loving remembrance Daniel
F. KInsella, died -June, 0. lfXfc.
MAHON. In mfnory-of mr Jiusband, Arcul
tmld'B. Mr'n.Avho died Juna 4, 1914.
"Tn l.i "i in'the hearts
Of "Nose "we leave behind
' Is "fcto die."
MANDELRAV;l.-tn memory of pur beloved
mother, Fcti.iy Mandelbaum, who departed
this life JCie 0. 1913. .
ROACH.-In tMr.stant and affectionate re
membrance o my brother, David Roach,
who died Juit 10. J018.
BOBI.NSON.-CXcwolf Colt Roblnsnn. D. 8.
C. Lleutenan. Ui Co.. Bth Reg. of Ma
rlnes, heredlfc-fy' member of the Society
ot tbe Clncln,jintl. Killed In action in
the Bols de. Utvleau. France, June fl, 1018.
"Ai Christ d'.d to make men holy, let
us dlt to make men free."
KTMlri Ellas. In cherished memory
our beloved brother and uncle, Ellas, who
passed rway June 7, 191..
WIENER. In loving memory of Max Wiener,
beloved husband of Rebecca, devoted
father and. grandfather, who passed away
June 6, 10 lo. t
BLOCIL Unveiling of monument In memory
nf Theodore Bloch. beloved nephew of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Bloch, Union Field Cemeterv.
Cypress Hills. Sunday.. Jdne fl at 2:30
T. M. In case of Lain following Sunday.
BOB, Unveiling f tbe monument of my be
loved wife and dear mother. Anna Bob
(neo-Garllnkel), at Mount Lebanon Ceme
tery, Glendale, L. I., Sunday, June 0, at
2:30 T. M. Relatives and friends Invited,
EPBRA1M. The unveiling of the monument
cf Isaac J. Ephrnlm. beloved husband of
Fannie (neo Tuck), Sunday. June 13. at
2:30 P. M., Bayslde. Cemetery. In case of
rain following Sunday.
FIX The unveiling of tho monument for
my dear husband and our dear father,
Eiiill Fix, will tako place on Sunday.
June 13. at Mount Neboh Cemetery at
2:30 P. M. In case of rain tho following
GOLDSMITH.-Unvelllng of the monument
erected In memory of Till e Goldsmith
(neo Kaufman) will take pace on Sun
day, June 6. at 3 P. M.: Union Fields
Cemetery. Relatives and friends are
kindly requested to attend.
GREENBAUM. Unveiling of the monument
to the memory of our beloved jnothar,
Frances Greenbaum. will tako place at
i. "... r-.ri rv oterv. Section A. Sun-
dav June' 0. at 4 P. M.. weather permit
Ing." n B. and Joph U Greenbaum.
at liruuW" ;-"".. ,,..1 f,, .nllnulnP
. .. ,., i
Is unravoraoie iu.ii, -
Titnt-'I.SOHN Unveiling of monument on
,LJ?nnda7. June 13. 1020. 3 P. M.. at Cypress
Hills CemcteiV to the memory of the late
Clara H. Judclsohn. nee Hartogeiuls.
t VIP7IOER. Unveiling of monument In
memory of our beloved father, Abraaam
Lelptlger. Rayridgo Cemetery. June 13.
3:30 o'clock.
t pvy Tlie unveiling nf the monument ot
our" beloved father, lsldor Jvy, on Sun
day. June 13, Starhpelari Cemetery, si It
A. M. sharp. In caso of rain the fo iw
In'g Sunday.
ROEVSTO'IC. Monument In memory of my
dear husband and our beloved father.
Bemhard Rnsenstock. will be unveiled on
the Reuben Lodge grounds In Mount Hope
f'em-tery. Cypress Bills, on Sunday, June
13, 1920, at 3 P. M.
VAN NIEROP (neo Hartogensls).-l'nvelllng
of monument In memory of Bertlna H '
Van Nlerop. devoted wife of Mnnrlts and
Moved mother nf ltc;irk-ti ?i . r
Spanish Porte-ice,' '-in-iTe.-,lm nt
tery. Oypress Inns, oa aunuay. Jau l
gX&.iU . , '
ion. jponOWITZ.-vniciiinK u. ""'""' ' p'V,
rest' Herowltz. Sundayt Juuo tl. at - P. M.,
J thS Aeacla Cemetery, Bayalde, L. I. City line.
a ' v .. ,.,., Tiri,irn to novel av. ii wrainer

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